*VIDEOS* CPAC 2014 (Day 2) – Featuring Rick Perry, Oliver North, Rick Santorum And Rand Paul


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RALPH REED

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OLIVER NORTH

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JOHN CORNYN

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HOLLYWOOD CONSERVATIVES (PANEL) – DINESH D’SOUZA (SPEECH)

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DINESH D’SOUZA’S ‘AMERICA’ (MOVIE TRAILER)

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RICK SANTORUM

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AL CARDENAS

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RAND PAUL

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ENTIRE EVENT

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CPAC is hosted by the American Conservative Union.

Click HERE for videos from Day 1 of event.

Click HERE for videos from Day 3 of event.

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*VIDEOS* 2013 NRA Leadership Forum: Featuring Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin & Rick Perry



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SARAH PALIN

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WAYNE LAPIERRE

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JOHN BOLTON

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TED CRUZ

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RICK PERRY

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CHRIS COX

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ASA HUTCHINSON

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BOBBY JINDAL

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JEANINE PIRRO

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RICK SANTORUM

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DAN ROONEY

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GLENN BECK – NRA STAND AND FIGHT RALLY

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Bill Quick’s announcement

The Daily Pundit is a great blog, and Bill Quick is an asset to the Right. But, Bill has become disillusioned with the Social Conservatives. I understand his frustration, I have been rubbed the wrong way by many of them myself. His issue with them seems to be my issue with them. Too often they wish to talk of small government, until something offends them on TV, and then they turn into Statist starter kits.

Frankly, I disagree with Bill on one thing. I do not think most Conservatives are wired that way, even Social Conservatives, but, the Rick Santorum’s of the GOP are a problem. Sorry but what people do in their bedrooms is their business, no matter how disgusting you or I might find it. We are a Christian nation, with a secular government, which is how it ought to be. Too often Social Conservatives blur that distinction.

And of course some Libertarians go too far as well. What I long to see is for Libertarians and Conservatives to come together on some core principles. Small government, strong support for Constitutional rule, low taxes, low regulation, and less government in our personal lives. We cannot let an issue like Gay marriage split us apart. I can see both sides of that argument. It is to me a state by state decision, but something must be done to protect states, and churches, and businesses than recognize traditional marriage from the zealots who wish to use this issue to radically change America through lawsuits and thuggish intimidation.

Sadly, the Gay activists are not looking for equality. They are looking to use the issue to attack people of faith. For me it is like this. I do not care if you marry your Gay lover. I do care if you try to force churches and businesses into accepting your lifestyle. To me, liberty is the most important thing, nothing matters more. And yes, that includes our liberty to discriminate if we choose.

Bill says he might quit visiting certain blogs. I really hope that does not include this one.

 

Trump at CPAC-Publicity Whore FAIL!

LOOK AT ME DAMN YOU! SOMEONE LOOK AT ME!

LOOK AT ME DAMN YOU! SOMEONE LOOK AT ME!

Everyone who has read my writings on Trump knows that I detest this walking publicity whore. He has ZERO credibility with me frankly. He would likely run over his own dog to get some attention, and, I guess we have to give him credit because he has the media played. He speaks, and they come running. At CPAC though, Trump fell rather flat as Hot Air’s Erika Johnson tells us

CPAC announced they were inviting Trump last week, ostensibly because his “previous CPAC appearance was hugely popular” and “he’s an American patriot and success story with a massive following among small government conservatives” (small-government conservatives, say what?);

but for all the media attention Trump’s presence received, the people actually attending the conference weren’t all that excited. The ballroom was not at all full and there was some mildly assenting polite applause, at best.

Glad to see that the attendees are brighter than the folks who invited Trump. 

 

*VIDEOS* CPAC 2013 Highlights: Day 2 – Friday (03/15/13)


CONGRESSMAN PAUL RYAN

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NRA EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT WAYNE LAPIERRE

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FORMER SENATOR RICK SANTORUM

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CONGRESSMAN STEVE SCALISE

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LOUISIANNA GOVERNOR BOBBY JINDAL

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CITIZENS UNITED PRESIDENT DAVID BOSSIE

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Rand Paul is right, and so is Bill Quick

Rand Paul had this to say about the direction of Conservatism

Rand Paul: Republican Party needs to be more ‘tolerant’ » The Right Scoop -

I believe a Republican Party that is more tolerant and dedicated to keeping the government out of people’s lives as much as possible would be more appealing to the rising generation. We have a nation of 300 million people who all harbor very different opinions on various policies. We have a Constitution that allows, even requires, many of these decisions to be made at the state and local level, which could accommodate the diversity of opinion in this country. Most young people I encounter simply have no desire to tell other people what to do or how to live.

Well I could not agree more, even though The Right Scoop disagrees

That said, I don’t agree with his foreign policy and I don’t like what I think I’m hearing now, that Republicans need to take the ‘social conservatism’ and chuck it. I don’t know what else he could mean in the above paragraph. “Diversity of opinion”? Telling other people “how to live”? “Republican Party that is more tolerant”?

Sorry, but I’m not a libertarian for a reason and I just can’t chuck my principles out the window either. As I’ve pointed out many times before, some of these so-called ‘tolerant’ views will infringe on my right to disagree with these views down the road. When we go the route that the left wants us to take, often times giving someone else a right means taking a right away from someone else.

In my view, this is not about “chucking” my, or anyone else’s principles. Paul is right about the Constitution leaving most decisions up to states and municipalities. And we DEFINITELY need to make the federal government as insignificant in our lives as possible, and, I would add making state government as insignificant in our lives at the state level, and definitely the same goes for county and city governments. It is called liberty. Sorry I DO NOT trust government to constrain itself, and I am not a fan of some Social Conservatives who want the government limited until THEY get offended by something, which is why I have disdain for groups like the American Family Association, and Conservatives like Rick Santorum. Now, Right Scoop IS correct in that we must guard against what the Left wants, which is to ban the ability to disagree with other’s choices, for example, Gay couples suing a bakery or florist who does not want to do their wedding. Businesses ought to have every right to NOT do business with anyone they damn well do not want to do business with. Again, THAT is liberty. And , I would think that taking power away from government would help in that venture. The fact is government at all levels is far too involved in our lives.

Bill Quick puts it this way

The wave of the political future in America is not socon, by the way. It’s libcon. Of conservatarian.

I agree. I talk to so many people, especially young people who have more in common with Conservatism, pro-life, pro gun rights, pro smaller government, lower taxes, less regulations than they do Liberalism. But they also cringe when Conservatives start talking about blaming video games for school shootings, or banning pornography, or turning the FCC loose on shows that some SoCons are upset by, or getting the government involved on our personal morals. Like it or not those stances turn many folks off. Frankly they think it is best if they decide for themselves in  most decisions, free of government interference. they may not like big government done Liberal style, but are equally distrustful of big government that leans the other way.

 

Remember when Ashley Judd was hot, and not an annoying loud-mouthed Leftist?

A pretty face, with the personality of a rabid badger with hemmorhoids

A pretty face, with the personality of a rabid badger with hemorrhoids

Remember when Ashley Judd was a smoking hot actress? She was talented and then she opened her mouth and let her inner leftist out! BLAM, Puffy Face had emerged! And Stacy McCain mocked!

One of the important things about appreciating sarcasm is that it helps to understand intent: What is being mocked, and why? Otherwise, the cruel jests may seem entirely pointless and personal.

Here are three facts about Ashley Judd:

  1. She has been a spokeswoman for the abortion-industry lobbying group, NARAL. You can look it up.
  2. She is childless, and the failure of her fertility treatments was widely reported. You can look that up, too.
  3. After pro-life Republican Rick Santorum ended his 2012 presidential campaign, Ashley Judd starred in a “humorous” video that mocked Santorum by comparing his campaign to an abortion.

If you know that I am a pro-life father of six who supported Santorum’s candidacy, it is not necessary to explain why I’m so (ironically) excited by news that Ashley Judd is reportedly moving forward with plans to run for the Senate in Kentucky. A long season of mockery, ending ultimately in the “abortion” of Judd’s own campaign, offers ample opportunity for sweet, sweet payback. So . . .

Ms. Shriveled Lifeless Womb, who disparages motherhood and Ronald Reagan, and has compared coal mining to rape, thinks she’s going to get herself elected Senator in Kentucky. Need I mention she wrote a whole self-dramatizing feminist essay about her puffy face?

This — this — is “the marquee political story of 2014″?

Please, dear God, let this happen. The National Republican Senatorial Committee shares a mock Judd-for-Senate fundraising e-mail:

It’s time for Kentuckians to stand up and be counted.
We need someone representing us in Washington who was a Tennessee delegate for Barack Obama in 2012.
We need someone who believes it is “unconscionable to breed.”
Someone who has compared mountaintop removal mining to Rwandan genocide and has criticized Christianity as a religion that “legitimizes and seals male power.”
Someone who has called the tradition of fathers “giving away” their daughters at weddings “a common vestige of male dominion over a woman’s reproductive status.”
Finally somebody had the courage to say it!

Judd is a stupid woman. Sorry, I suppose that is harsh, but she is stupid. I recall she ballistic on Governor Palin because of wolf hunting in Alaska. The fact was that the wolves were decimating the reindeer population, so the policy actually was GOOD for the environment, but the facts did no derail the Ashley Judd Stupidity Express. Running on pure emotion, Judd exposed her lack of knowledge, as Leftists always do if you listen long enough. The fact is this Judd is an angry woman who suffers from Eternal Bitterness Syndrome, or EBS. She is only happy when playing the outraged victim of some imaginary Right Wing conspiracy, which also makes her delusional, and delusional puffy-faced broads who suffer from a Liberal malady like EBS are just annoying, no matter how hot they once were.

*VIDEOS* Values Voter Summit 2012: Featuring Paul Ryan, Dennis Prager, Bill Bennett And Steven Crowder

PAUL RYAN

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RICK SANTORUM

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STAR PARKER

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DENNIS PRAGER

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STEVEN CROWDER

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STEVE KING

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MICHELE BACHMANN

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KIRK CAMERON

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RAND PAUL

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BILL BENNETT

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TED CRUZ

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BOB MCDONNELL

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JAN BREWER

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KEN CUCCINELLI

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JIM DEMINT

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*VIDEO* The Best Of The Republican National Convention

ANN ROMNEY

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TIM PAWLENTY

CHRIS CHRISTIE

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TED CRUZ

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CONDOLEEZZA RICE

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JOHN THUNE

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LUIS FORTUNO

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MIA LOVE

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BOB MCDONNELL

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MITT ROMNEY

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ARTUR DAVIS

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TED AND PAT OPAROWSKY

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MIKE HUCKABEE

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SCOTT WALKER

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JANINE TURNER

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RICK SANTORUM

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PAUL RYAN

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NIKKI HALEY

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NEWT AND CALLISTA GINGRICH

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JEB BUSH

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CLINT EASTWOOD

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CONNIE MACK

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MARCO RUBIO

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Poll: Who Should Mitt Romney Choose As His Running Mate?

Why? Because they deserve it!

Why would I mock Feminists? Actually, if you really pay attention to Feminists, they do  a darned fine job of mocking themselves, but, I like to help them. It is the least I can do to help empower Feminists! Stacy McCain, like me, does his best to empower the Feminists. I mean just LOOK at this headline from The Other McCain!

The ‘Million Ugly Women’ March

Stacy, of course, being sensitive to the rampant BS spewed by the Feminists, tries to clarify the headline, so as to not offend unnecessarily.

R. Stacy McCain

Stacy McCain, helping Feminists be angry! Because he cares!

OK, I’m lying. There weren’t really a million of them:

Now, I am sure Stacy would point out that, even though there were not one million ugly Feminists, there WAS enough ugliness, both physically and ideologically to make up for the lack of numbers!

Feeding the Feminists, however? Neither Stacy nor myself would attempt that! You could lose a hand or worse!

Santorum is out, so, it is time to back Mr. Inevitable

Chris at Wyblog has it right

The good news is, now we can concentrate on defeating Barack Obama. Remember him? He’s the guy who’s busy screwing up the country.

It’s our job to make sure Barack Obama loses his job.

Mitt Romney for President!
Because he’s not Barack Obama.
And that’s enough. 

Yep, that sums it up for me. I know a lot of “political insiders” and pundits were concerned that the infighting of the campaign would hurt party unity, but that was never a realistic concern for me.The Right, all of us, will unite behind Romney, and now it is our duty to do everything we can to get Mitt Romney elected in November.

Whether he was your guy at the outset or not is of no consequence now. It is either Romney or Obama, and Romney is far better qualified than Obama. The Left will launch everything they have, every smear, half-truth, and dirty trick. It will be up to us to shoot those attacks down.

So, now, the real fight begins. Lets go!

Santorum Drops Out Of GOP Presidential Race (Video)

Santorum Drops Out Of GOP Presidential Race – New Haven Register

Bowing to the inevitable, Rick Santorum quit the presidential campaign Tuesday, clearing the way for Mitt Romney to claim the Republican nomination.

Santorum, appearing with his wife and children in his home state of Pennsylvania, told supporters the race for him was over, but the fight to defeat President Barack Obama would go on.

He pointedly made no mention or endorsement of Romney, whom Santorum had derided as an unworthy standard-bearer for the GOP. The former Pennsylvania senator stressed that he’d taken his campaign farther than anyone expected.

“We will continue to go out and fight and defeat President Barack Obama,” Santorum declared.

Santorum spoke with Romney before the announcement, a Republican source close to the campaign said.

The delegate totals told the tale of Santorum’s demise. Romney has more than twice as many delegates as Santorum and is on pace to reach the 1,144 needed to clinch the nomination by early June. Still in the race, but not considered a factor: former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Texas Rep. Ron Paul.

Santorum had been hoping to hold out through the primary in Pennsylvania on April 24, but decided to fold up after his severely ill 3-year-old daughter, Bella, spent the weekend in the hospital.

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Santorum, a feisty campaigner who took everyone by surprise with his win in Iowa’s leadoff caucuses, ran on his conservative credentials and his experience in Congress – he was a House member for four years and senator for 12 – but was hobbled by a lack of money and organization.

Santorum stressed the improbable accomplishment of the past year, saying that “against all odds, we won 11 states, millions of voters, millions of votes.”

He said that while Romney was accumulating more delegates, “we were winning in a very different way. We were touching hearts” with his conservative message.

In a statement, Romney called Santorum “an able and worthy competitor” and congratulated him on his campaign.

“He has proven himself to be an important voice in our party and in the nation,” Romney said. “We both recognize that what is most important is putting the failures of the last three years behind us and setting America back on the path to prosperity.”

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*VIDEO* GOP Candidates Speak At Wisconsin Faith And Freedom Forum – 03/31/12

Mark Levin vs. Ann Coulter | Sarah Palin Criticism | The Daily Caller

I have been very critical of Coulter and her Romneygasms. Looks like Levin has issues with her as well. Basically, it sounds like Coulter is a tad jealous. Maybe she is worried that Palin has surpassed her in popularity?

Bill Quick: Is this any way to select a nominee?

Quick,who really should link me every once in a while, notes the lack of common sense in the way the GOP conducts business

His Newtness and His 176,000 Donors : The Other McCain

It’s Friday night and the Missouri caucuses are Saturday. Newt Gingrich isn’t even on the ballot in Missouri, which will award 52 delegates. There was a Missouri primary in February but, because of legislative hassles, that vote was officially “non-binding.” However, Rick Santorum won that primary with 55 percent of the vote — nearly a 30-point margin over Mitt Romney — and today’s caucuses will certainly ratify Santorum’s victory.

Think about that. They had a primary – which didn’t count, but was hugely covered by the media. Now they’re having a caucus. At some point actual delegates will be actually awarded.  Probably.

Why should you trust the GOP to run a government? They can’t even design a sane primary process.

Yep, sad state of affairs, it really is. As a side note Stacy McCain notes that Santorum is set to gain more momentum

My point is that Santorum is about to put another one in the “W” column, the seventh state he will have won this month: Tennessee, Oklahoma and North Dakota on March 6, Kansas on March 10, Alabama and Mississippi on Tuesday, and now Missouri.

It’s important to say this, because none of the reporters, analysts or commentators on Fox News are going to tell you that Santorum’s on a winning streak, because they are indeed biased against him.

I will say that Fox News has not been unbiased in this race, nor were they in 2008 in my view. Frankly, I think ratings means more to them than being “fair and balanced” at least in this race.

The newest RAAAAACIST word?

Well, according to some pinhead on MSNBS, where else, the year 1965 is now RAAAAACIST!!

Via Newsbusters:

No, not at all. When Rick Santorum first announced he was running for President, in his announcement speech, he was criticizing President Obama for saying America wasn’t as great as it was until there were programs like Medicare and Social Security. But in that criticism, he said directly to the President, he said, “Mr. President, America was great before 1965.”

I called that out as a coded message. You know, I go to Selma every year, and 1965 is a sacred year in the history of this country, and a never-forgotten year in terms of the history of Alabama. When he said that, I knew exactly who he was speaking to in that coded language. So I’m not surprised at all that he won Alabama.

What can I say? These Liberal race pimps are always hearing “code words”. Good Grief! This calls for the ultimate face palm!

 

*VIDEO* Entire Alabama Republican Presidential Candidates Forum – 03/12/12


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*LIVE STREAMING* Alabama Republican Presidential Candidates Forum (C-SPAN / WBMA) – March 12, 2012 – 6:30pm EST

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Santorum wins Kansas, GOP establishment, Newt Ginghrich hardest hit.

Stacy McCain is pleased, to say the least. Both because of Santorum’s win big, the political nut shots Newt has been suffering

This pattern of Gingrich’s fade since the Jan. 31 Florida primary — which was exacerbated by his Feb. 4 meltdown in Nevada — hasn’t gotten much serious analysis from most conservative pundits, who seem rather embarrassed to admit that Gingrich is no longer in serious contention.

Or maybe the pundits are just embarrassed to acknowledge that Santorum, the candidate they never thought had a snowball’s chance in 2012, has run a surprisingly effective campaign and emerged as the only viable conservative alternative to Romney.

Well, Santorum has surprised me, he deserves credit. And, best of all, I think he has trashed that horrid insult to manhood, the sweater vest!

As a side note, isn’t it time that Newt packed it in? I know he really wants to be president, but that was never going to happen. First of all, his head would never fit in the Oval Office, and two, he would forget which wife was First Lady. But, Newt really should step aside if he is serious about beating Romney. If he needs comfort, I am sure Nancy Pelosi still has that couch……….