To: Happy Rain
The unspoken smartest of the bunch, Newt Gingrich unveiled some of his plans to Larry Kudlow on his radio show on WABC yesterday.Though I can't recall all of it Newt was brilliant as usual extremely coherent and smooth you couldn't help but applaud what he is doing.
Part of Newt's approach is drill here drill now.
He shows how drilling our own crude solves the balance of payments, unemployment, money to govt. problems and quickly. Lets hope its adopted at some point before its too late.
posted on 10/30/2011 5:40:05 AM PDT
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The problem with Newt is he has a history of choosing political expediency over Conservative principals. His jump on the Global Warming train, his trash talking of Paul Ryan and “Right wing Social Engineering” and his chastising Conservatives for not baccking Dede Scusafasa in NY 23 are just some recent examples.
Newt talks a good game but in the end he will always choose political expediency over Conservative principals.
posted on 10/30/2011 6:09:50 AM PDT
(Giving more money to DC to fix the Debt is like giving free drugs to addicts think it will cure them)
The second a Republican president and Congress is elected crude prices will drop so low so fast thousands of pawn shops will open up all over the Muslim world.
Terrorists will have to go to Wal Mart for their bombs.
posted on 10/30/2011 6:15:44 AM PDT
by Happy Rain
( "Many of the most useful idiots of the Left are on the Right.")
Newt: He shows how drilling our own crude solves the balance of payments, unemployment, money to govt. problems and quickly. Lets hope its adopted at some point before its too late.
I thank my lucky stars that there IS a solution to our economic problems. Perry seems almost as strong on this as Newt, and suspect Perry may well win the nomination because of it.
posted on 10/30/2011 9:21:36 AM PDT
( Elect another batch of TPartiers and it won't matter which R we elect. WE will lead.)
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