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When asked about all the attack ads on him, Newt Gingrich replied;

What we're seeing is how nasty and dishonest the other candidates are.

 

Isn't he more or less a spokesperson for democrats by saying that ? I mean, if Romney, who has

the most anti-Gingrich ads in Iowa ends up the nominee, why would anyone want to vote for him

when another Republican, and others such as Paul are calling him dishonest ?

 

 

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I'm glad I don't live in Iowa, being bombarded by political ads for weeks and months on end gives me fatigue, and I just want the elections to be over.

 

Newt calling someone in the political arena dishonest is a classic case of the pot and the kettle.

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I'm glad I don't live in Iowa, being bombarded by political ads for weeks and months on end gives me fatigue, and I just want the elections to be over.

Newt calling someone in the political arena dishonest is a classic case of the pot and the kettle.

 

I'm done with Newt; this was the last straw. Newt said he stay positive; I guess that promise wasn't worth his weight in spit. Newt always invokes Ronald Reagan's 1st commandment of politics, 'Do not speak ill of a fellow Republican', but seems to feel that mantra doesn't apply to the right honorable Ron Paul? I'll vote for Paul in the primary; muck Newt Gingrich. :mad:

 

My guess is that Newt just stuck the fork into himself. He's done. :clap:

 

 

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