Posts Tagged ‘Newt Gingrich’

Santorum Supporter switches to Ron Paul and tells why

April 22, 2012
Ron Paul supporters at a pre-debate rally in M...

Ron Paul supporters at a pre-debate rally in Manchester, New Hampshire on June 5, 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

See what he has to say at the following link, it’s below his picture:—visits-ron-paul-rally-ft-worth-texas—shares-his-reaction/question-2587931/

Over the years I have been to more political rallies, events, forums,
roundtables, discussion groups, debates and whatever than I care to
remember. While a whole range of adjectives from boring to thrilling
could be used to describe these events, I have never before been moved
to use contradictory metaphors for the same event. Attending a Ron Paul
campaign rally is a singularly unique experience. I have never seen
anything like it before. Perhaps phenomenal is the word that comes
closest in accuracy, not in the ordinary “awesome” sense, but in the
other-worldly, spatiotemporal sense.



Romney, Gingrich, Santorum are all Establishment: Supported TARP and Individual Mandate, ALL of them

January 29, 2012

Newt, Romney, Santorum all supported the TARP rip-off that robbed the American people to give to the rich white-collar criminals that ripped off families and old ladies with mortgage scams and empty “derivatives”, playing musical chairs with them till the bottom fell out like Ron Paul told everybody it would. So of course instead of letting the bad guys pay, Bush, Obama, McCain, with Romney, Santorum and Gingrich all said, “Let the American Middle Class pay!” and they took our money, ignored the Tea Party roar and the shouts from other Americans and did it anyway. In broad daylight!

How quick Americans forget! There is only one who has been the consistent constitutional conservative, and sure, the Big Money Media calls that “crazy” today eh? We all know who the consistently honest one is, who does better in all the polls against Obama, and who both the Big Media and the Establishment is against.

Ron Paul, member of the United States House of...

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Don’t believe this fraudulent myth. They’re setting up Romney as the CEO business guy, Gingrich as the anti-Establishment guy, and Santorum as their “Christian conservative” guy, but they are like the different brands in the store of the same product that are made in the same factory. None of them are talking about the biggest rip-off of all time, the Federal Reserve and baseless currency. That would be Ron Paul.
Radical individual freedom, and one honest Big Dog in this fight for liberty against the Machine.


Jack Abramoff names Gingrich as corrupt and flip-flopping chameleon

January 29, 2012

Michael Savage has lost credibility with some of his attacks on Ron Paul, but Jack Abramoff now calls himself a libertarian. He named names in his book and one of the names was Gingrich:

Abramoff credits [Michael] Savage for prison epiphany:

He said Gingrich was unpredictable, flip-flopper, and one of the most corrupt in Washington.

I don’t know who was thinking what when they went after Jack Abramoff, but now he’s naming names and telling on all the bad guys and blowing the whistle on the whole system.

Presdential Candidate Issues Matrix – How They Voted

January 16, 2012

Cutting through the hype, you can find a candidate vote matrix at the following link that lists out how the various Republican candidates have voted on several issues:

Hypocrites demand loyalty oath from Ron Paul but not Newt Gingrich

January 14, 2012

Ron Paul‘s presidential campaign is busy letting everybody exposing themselves in the “conservative” media and the “liberal” media and party hacks of both halves of the Political Power Cartel.

Now we have critics piling on because Ron Paul refuses to enter a promise to support any nominee of the Republican Party, and because he has not signed a sworn statement saying he won’t run as an independent or on a third party ticket.

But nobody seems to talk about the fact that Newt Gingrich has said he will not only not support him but publicly declared he will refuse to vote for Ron Paul if Ron Paul is the nominee.

“We can do nothing against the truth but for the truth”.



Is CBS News Biased Against Ron Paul?

January 10, 2012

Well, we know the media has been trying to make Ron Paul an “un-person” in the style of George Orwell’s 1984, but this has got to be one of the most crazy things they’ve done so far:


Is CBS News Biased Against Ron Paul?


Ron Paul is number two in the poll from last night (the night before the primary), but CBS reported (with graphics) the number 1, 3, 4, and 5 candidates, totally omitting Ron Paul.

What better testimony that Ron Paul is shaking up the Establishment, the crony capitalists?

This should backfire on the media in a big way.

We shall see. In case the reader hasn’t noticed, Ron Paul is getting positive attention for this and for his ideas from a growing number of “liberal” as well as “conservative” commentators.


NYT’s Timothy Egan: “Soldiers’ Choice” Ron Paul

December 27, 2011


NYT: ‘Soldiers’ Choice’ Ron Paul

Writes The New York Times’ Timothy Egan:

Representative Ron Paul, the congressman who favors the most minimalist American combat role of any major presidential candidate and who said all of the above quotes, has more financial support from active duty members of the service than any other politician.

As of the last reporting date, at the end of September, Paul leads all candidates by far in donations from service members. This trend has been in place since 2008, when Paul ran for president with a similar stance: calling nonsense at hawk squawk from both parties.

This year, Paul has 10 times the individual donations — totaling $113,739 — from the military as does Mitt Romney. And he has a hundred times more than Newt Gingrich, who sat out the Vietnam War with college deferments and now promises he would strike foes at the slightest provocation.

What seems, at first blush, counterintuitive makes more sense upon further review. There’s a long tradition of military people being attracted to politicians with Paul’s strict interpretation of the Constitution.

Not even a full 1 percent of Americans are active-duty military. The troops have become props for politicians who shower them with fulsome praise, while dreaming up schemes to send them into harm’s way.

Yet, these soldiers, sailors, air men and women, and assorted boots on the ground know the cost — in trauma, in lives ruined, in friends lost, in good intentions gone bad — of going to war far more than the 99 percent not currently serving. Where they put their money in a campaign, paltry though it may be in comparison to the corporate lords who control a majority of our politicians, says a great deal.

And if the overwhelming service support for Ron Paul is any indication, the grunts of American foreign policy are gun-shy about further engagement in “useless wars,” to use Dr. Paul’s term.

“It’s not a good sign when the people doing the fighting are saying, ‘Why are we here?’” said Glen Massie, a Marine Corps veteran who lives in Des Moines, Iowa, and is supporting Paul for president. “They realize they’re being utilized for other purposes — nation building and being world’s policeman — and it’s not what they signed up for…”

The young people who actually fought in Iraq know better. They can tell a phony warrior from a real one. And in Ron Paul, the veteran who served as a flight surgeon for the Air Force, the man some call crazy, they hear a voice of sanity — at least in the realm of war and peace.


Ron Paul, the most anti-racist presidential candidate

December 25, 2011

Now Newt Gingrich has joined Insider Big Money Media in pulling up newsletters from 30 years ago and trying to get mileage out of negative campaigning which he sniffed he would not do.

He is indeed a hypocrite and flip-flopper. He sat down on a couch with Nancy Pelosi in a commercial to endorse absolute government control over everybody’s jobs and economy and household using the pretext of the anthropogenic global warming narrative. It was junk science then, and its most prominent “scientist” advocates have been exposed to be frauds.

He thinks he can wave his hand and say “he was stupid then” and that’s that, but it was just a couple of years ago. But he endorsed lots of government programs. He is still in the habit of announcing off-the-wall ideas just to keep attention on himself.

Back when he was speaker he endorsed taking the children of single mothers receiving government help and putting them into state foster homes, while Hillary Clinton pretended to want to keep families together.

The media is so hypocritical. Where were these kinds of questions with Robert Byrd, the guy who was an actual Klansman, leader in the Ku Klux Klan, Democratic Party Senator?

These same hypocrite questioners have also gone AWOL on the issue of the wildly different prison sentences mandated by law between cheap crack cocaine on the one hand, and the higher-quality cocaine sniffed up by the rich. That rich group includes the Hollywood group that wails and whines about racism, by the way, but does not complain about this disparity.

Ron Paul notes that the sentencing for these non-violent drug “crimes” is also applied more severely against blacks compared to the convictions achieved by prosecutors.

They also have gone missing on the fact that the federal war against drugs is playing out the same way the war on alcohol played out during prohibition.

The prohibition adds a big overhead margin to the cost of drugs to those who want to get them anyway, and that makes the markup profits hugely bigger for those who are willing to sell them illegally. Next, by definition, it is those who do not care about the laws who do get into the business of selling them, which brings in the guys who are willing to use bloody and brutal murders to their competition methods.

So the war on drugs has caused an extremely violent war between criminal cartels on the border, and is an extremely heavy burden to taxpayers to support the entire criminal justice system infrastructure.

And it is the worst racial disparity that still exists today in the United States of America, and Ron Paul is the only presidential candidate even talking about it. And what’s more, he is the only one with a 30-year record of actually doing what he says he will do to the full extent that the constitution allows.

Get ready, this is one good video collage on the subject:

Busted! Ron Paul racist rant caught on tape! OMG! OMG!–>!

Ron Paul vs. Two-Faced Newt, Flip-Flop Romney

December 9, 2011

I can’t see why anybody would avoid considering Ron Paul. He holds Reagan‘s positions on everything everybody praises Regan for, except that Ron Paul has a 100% consistent voting record in that regard.

He is the most pro-strong-defense candidate out of all of them, and our uniformed brethren agree with their donations by donor count and by dollar count.

He has said he would bring our troops home and put them on the borders.

Israel? His policies would end the practice of giving twice as much to Israel’s enemies as to Israel, and set Israel free to do what it has to do to defend itself, instead of kissing Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama rings for permission. Ron Paul was the Lone Ranger when Congress raced to condemn Israel for taking out Iraq nuke sites, he voted against the resolution.

Education? Abolishing the federal department would free education from the shackles of central planning. Local communities and states should be free to teach their own children without interference. Home schoolers, who have proven consistently in academic competitions of all kinds, would be encouraged, as well as school choice for parents.

Foreign aid? My wife is from Honduras, and you can ask any Honduran-American whether it does the country any good. Ron Paul is “right on” when he says foreign aid robs from the poor people  in a rich country to give it to the rich people in a poor country. That’s exactly what it does. It corrupts the political class in those countries. So like one African economist said about foreign aid, “For God’s sake, please stop!”

He was and is one of the precious few in Washington to push back against TARP and Fat-Cat-Wallet-Stimulus while Dems and Rips alike rushed to pour out our money like rivers to Wall Street and to other fat cat friends like Europe‘s Central Banks and Wall Street hogs and Caterpillar Corp, while getting it out of our pockets by taxation and by robbing our bank accounts with trillions of “quantitative easing” and “injecting liquidity”, euphemisms for adding to the dollar supply.

Ron Paul is the one who can best beat Obama, because there’s no surprises like WILL come up with Gingrich and WILL come up with Romney and WILL come up with Perry, take it to the bank. Trump is another loose cannon, with he and Newt probably playing along with each other to throw the Republicans out of the race again, because dirty tricks are the only way they can keep Obama in there.

Bachmann and Santorum have shown they lack the appeal factor or the media factor.

Ron Paul has no surprises they can pull up from the past.

Right out of “1984”, here’s Mr. Romney, the guy who today “has always been pro-life”:

RP pushed until the Fed was forced to reveal the trillions it gave away to big bankers in Europe that don’t help us with anything except to get us more addicted to “quantitative easing”.

“Major Media” Esposed by Ron Paul

November 18, 2011

Looks almost like they WANT to make it obvious they are monolithic, homogenous, and are all playing the same game for somebody, and want to suppress this anti-Establishment message of freedom from an honest maverick:

Palin sticks up for Ron Paul about media black out (Daily Show video)-