Monday, January 16, 2012

Will Newt Take Obama to the Woodshed?

Would Newt Gingrich take Obama to the woodshed in debates and in the general election, as I have said now for 2 months?

I truly believe he can and will.

Case in point.
Newt takes Juan Williams to the mat.

In a directed question to Newt Gingrich tonight in the South Carolina debate, Juan asked Gingrich about labeling Obama as the food stamp president and that young people should get jobs as a janitor.

Newt set Juan straight.

For the first time in all the debates this presidential election year, Newt Gingrich got a standing ovation for that power statement.

2 comments:

Reaganite Republican said...

People need to forget the baggage bit... it's all out there on Newt, and he fights back.

Romney is not being vetted properly on the other hand... at least not until now

Go get' em doughboy

Mark Adams said...

Yes sir, RR. Most of Newts negatives happened 15-16 years ago that upset conservatives. Back then, I was a moderate. But over time, we have a tendency to change our views. Times have changed and so did I. (and so did Newt)
His record in the house is crystal clear and for the most part, it’s a good one.

Newts "right wing social engineering" pissed me off, but his explanation satisfied me and I understand his line of thinking on what we was referring to.
The Nancy Pelosi ad was done before all the emails came out and where exposed that the data was cooked. Newt might have fallen for the trap then, but since those emails came out, he looks at it in a different light now and has said that was the dumbest thing he has ever done. If people can't be honest that they made a mistake, what good can come from them.