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Ann Coulter on Newt

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by wireguy, Nov 17, 2011.

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  1. wireguy

    wireguy TS Member

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    http://townhall.com/columnists/anncoulter/2011/11/16/if_not_romney,_who_if_not_now,_when
     
  2. g7777777

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    She is hot and has money

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
  3. Recoil Sissy

    Recoil Sissy Well-Known Member

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    wireguy:

    Coulter has been a Gingrich detractor for a long time. She wanted Cristy but Cristy won't run so she got on board the Romney bus. None of that is big news or particularly interesting. Here's what is...

    According to a poll in today's news, Gingrich has blown passed Cain in Iowa and is in a dead heat with Romney. Several other recent polls suggest Gingrich has gained enough ground to make the top tier in other states.

    If these results hold up, and assuming Gingrich can avoid stepping on his thingy for a week or two, expect the liberal press to launch an attack. They might launch a full blown assault trying for a quick knockout. However, suspect it will be a smaller scale flow of unending negative stories. Call it death by 10,000 paper cuts. Either way, it will be well coordinated. Watch for it.

    sissy
     
  4. John Galt

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    Sissy, I wouldn't bet against a frontal assault on Newt by the press at all and he's given them plenty of ammunition over the years.
     
  5. GW22

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    The mainstream press and liberals in general would consider a Gingrich nomination a wet dream. It would virtually guarantee Obama's re-election. Even the Republican Party isn't that stupid.

    -Gary
     
  6. Recoil Sissy

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    John Galt:

    You may be correct but I'm leaning toward the drip, drip, drip, Chinese Water Torture approach.

    Why?? Because it creates a continuous negative drum beat. That keeps libs on the offense and GOP candidates on the defensive. One never wins in politics playing defense.

    And... the longer it takes to pick the final GOP candidate, the more GOP candidates spend on primaries. It's money the final winner won't have available to campaign against Obummer and other socialist/lib congressional candidates.

    Stay tuned.

    sissy
     
  7. b12

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    I'll Stick with Cain. Gingrich in second. Wild Bill
     
  8. GW22

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    Like I told you six months ago -- you're going to eat a Mitt Sandwich... and LIKE it.

    (OK, we won't like it, but we'll eat it anyway).

    -Gary


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  9. mrskeet410

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    Mitt was on Cavuto today. Coulter was correct. He is very well spoken. He will have great appeal to the voters of the normal middle that will determine this election. He'll loose the extreme left. The extreme right will have the choice of eating a GW22 sandwich or sulking in the corner and giving us another four years of Obama.
     
  10. 391 shooter

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    For Gingrich to have a chance he will have to do a pre emptive strike by going ahead and talking about his past errors and get them out of the way early.

    But, I feel Mitt is going to get the nod.
     
  11. Leo

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    Compared to the arrogant kenyan in the oval office right now, it would seem that the conservatives could find at least one man that was better. It is sad that finding a better man is so difficult.
     
  12. wireguy

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    If you want to predict a man's future behavior, look at his past behavior. This is just as true of Newt as Obama. Newt is a reckless man who stands for Newt. If he's the best we can do so be it, but he will stab us in the back given the opportunity.
     
  13. mrskeet410

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    Leo - They are ALL BETTER. But which is most electable?
     
  14. Stl Flyn

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    I agree with Leo. It seems lately that people vote more to eliminate someone from office, than to put a viable candidate in. That is the sad part about politics in this country. Kind of running in step with society as a whole.
     
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