Skip to comments.Newt Gingrich Town Hall, Ruston, Louisiana – March 20 2012
Posted on 03/20/2012 4:38:38 PM PDT by Marguerite
Newt Gingrich held A Town Hall style event at Louisiana Tech Student Center, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana.
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That was a terrific Town Hall!
I liked the students’ questions and the very detailed Newt’s answers. Please, watch it!
I’m 5 minutes into the Town Hall wondering how we ended up with Romney and Santorum.
I am listening to him- now on question one.
We need Newt.
We need Newt.
I hope Newt stays in Government and runs for Governor of Georgia. I think he would be good there and would win there most likely. Since he is no longer running for President that might be an opportunity to begin setting up a campaign there.
“Im 5 minutes into the Town Hall wondering how we ended up with Romney and Santorum.”
Frankly, I don’t KNOW.
Gingrich is so obviously above them, that I cannot believe any conservative could vote for the other two.
Sometimes I think those voters must have been lobotomized ...
My old alma mater. saw Hubert Humphrey speak there in 1972. wow that was incredible (sarcasm)
They say Newt only has 12% support in the polls. This is the problem with our country, only 12% of the people are thinking. The rest are uninformed and ignorant.
“Since he is no longer running for President.....”
You need to take your loony b/s and stuff it.
Yes, that was excellent.
At about the 25 minute mark, he had me laughing at his responses regarding Mr. Ricky Saintorum.
It is beyond me why any so called conservative is against this man. Newt is what our country needs right now.
** President Newt Gingrich-”Our beloved republic deserves nothing less.”
I thought you were ignoring me. Man you are a flip flopper. Now wonder you love Romney and Newt.
I ask that question every time I hear him speak : |
Problem is, the StateRunMedia does a very good job of simply not reporting his speeches, and Romney and Santorum wave off on the debates which effectively does the same thing. Add to that, the unfortunate reality that a lot of Americans today do not have the attention span to actually LISTEN to what the man is saying.
He seems to have matured into a very intelligent, quick witted, good natured man, and it saddens me greatly that it appears that the electorate still has not learned to research the candidates, or even listen to them, electing instead to go for the central casting types who tell them whatever they want to hear : |
May God guide our course.
Just listened. Truly excellent presentation.
35 minutes I think you’ll appreciate:
It's not like the Founders didn't warn us, they didn't put a right to vote in the Constitution for a REASON.
The Republic was mortally wounded in 1865, and drawn and quartered in 1920 with the passage of the 19th Amendment.
Whats going on now is just death rattle.
I am convinced that American voters are not as aware of Newt's magnificent record as Speaker and his amazing ideas as a candidate for president. We will lose the opportunity to elect the greatest president since Reagan ...sad time for the USA.
Newt is on Sean Hannity at 9:30 pm tonight.
The universal suffrage is the culprit.
I would attach the privilege (not a “right”) to vote to each person’s personal IQ. Under a low limit - say 95 - one cannot vote.
Naps is a strong advocate for his guy. I think he’s off base most times, but he seems decent.