Newt has a history. Affairs, divorces. Caving to clinton after his good early start in the House. And lack of moral principles.
I was a Santorum supporter. Santorum ran SECOND to Romney, Newt ran third. Rick might have beaten Romney if Romney hadn’t managed to demonize him so thoroughly, while Newt stayed in the race just long enough to ensure a Romney win—even though it was evident much earlier that he had no chance to win himself.
That was hard to predict. Sarah Palin and Jim Robinson evidently decided that Newt was the best bet to edge out Romney. At the moment they threw their support to Newt, that looked like it might be true—but it didn’t last long.
Rick was not a perfect candidate, but he was much better than any of the others who were in the running.
Go ahead. Flame away.
Newt’s always been about Newt. First and foremost.
Also overlooked is that Gingrich has drifted ever more leftward since he enjoyed the under-the-desk ministrations of the pious Catholic Calista, for whom Gingrich converted to Catholicism.
Santorum, who proudly proclaimed George Zimmerman a murderer, does demonstrate that one should not trust ANY politician.
I've stayed away for many months because of the vile & false accusations against Santorum on a daily basis here.
Still....very disappointed Newt would say this........also Beck.....also, from what I hear Hannity and definitely O'Reilly.
They all can fold if they want....
I intend to stand.
Santorum was my guy, as well. A decent man, a true conservative, which is why the GOP establishment wanted him gone.
I never trusted Gingrich, although I much admire his glibness.
I like Santorum, but he had no chance at all to win , Romney was a viable candidate, Santorum wasn't.
Yep. What you said.