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August 4, 2007

Newt Gingrich: Defeatist

Filed under: Idiocy,Newt Gingrich,War on Terror — Psycheout @ 7:04 pm

Newt GingrichIt would seem that Newt Gingrich has gone even further into moonbat territory than The Tanc did recently. While Tancredo argued over semantics, Newt channels Cindy Sheehan and says we’re losing.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Thursday the Bush administration is waging a “phony war” on terrorism, warning that the country is losing ground against the kind of Islamic radicals who attacked the country on Sept. 11, 2001.

In his own words:

“None of you should believe we are winning this war. There is no evidence that we are winning this war.”

And he goes farther:

“We were in charge for six years,” he said, referring to the period between 2001 and early 2007, when the GOP controlled the White House and both houses of Congress. “I don’t think you can look and say that was a great success.”

Nice of you to stick a knife in the back of President Bush and the Republican party. In fact he seems to want to embrace our enemies.

Hillary Clinton Smirk“We have got to get past this partisan baloney, where I’m not allowed to say anything good about Hillary Clinton because ‘I’m not a loyal Republican,’ and she’s not allowed to say anything good about me, or she’s not a ‘loyal’ Democrat.”

Perhaps somebody needs to look into what’s going on between the former Speaker and the former First Lady and present Senator from New York. Perhaps Newt is seeking the VP slot on the Democrat party ticket.

Cindy Sheehan Hearts al QaedaCindy Sheehan or Newt Gingrich?

“We’ve been engaged in a phony war.”

Newt or Cindy?

We’re about to enter the seventh year of this phony war against … [terrorist groups], and we’re losing.”

What’s become of Newt Gingrich? He used to be so strong and principled. He led the Republican Revolution. And now he wants to get chummy with lady Clinton. Oh how the once mighty have fallen.

— Psycheout


  1. Are Newt aand Cindy Sheehan getting married?

    Comment by Ann O'Maly — August 4, 2007 @ 9:07 pm | Reply

  2. I don’t mean to say “I told you so” but that boy’s been drinking out of the same glass as his lesbo stepsister. First he goes and apologizes in Spanish to the taco jockeys THEN he’s believing the lie of “climate change.

    I hope y’all don’t mind reposting this limerick I a while back

    There once was a conservative politician named Newt
    Liberal democrats were afraid of him to boot
    But he got deranged
    About climate change
    Now he’s a liberal in a conservative suit

    Comment by Billy Bob Neck — August 4, 2007 @ 10:47 pm | Reply

  3. Perhaps Newt is trying to get thinking voters to understand that the whole point of politics and the vote is to better America, not better a party. Look at it this way – drop the standard party titles and call them the Gambinos and Genoveses and you could then rightly view them as two highly organized crime families that are stripping this country bare of not only revenue and jobs, but also your Liberty and self-determination.

    If you care about the America of our founding fathers and the one you were taught to love as a child, you will start to evaluate candidates on their inclination to actually defend the constitution and your rights as Americans, not on their party affiliation.

    Step away from the programming we’ve all been spoon fed to distract us from the real problems in America. Take some time to learn about where we are, where we’re going and why we’re on this fast-track away from the America we love and mistakenly call “Free”. Step back and actually look at the Patriot Act and play devil’s advocate. research the Echelon Project (that Clinton used to wiretap 3 million Americans, and Bush has raised to an art form), and understand why savvy executives remove the batteries from their cell phones when they’re not in use. Read the report prepared for Reagan – the Grace Commission Report, and see that not one nickle of tax revenue goes to pay for services and infrastructure, every cent goes to pay interest on the debt.

    Then understand that the private corporate (incorporated in Delaware) Federal Reserve bank, as federal as Federal Express, funds all of our government spending, every dollar of spending is borrowed – the Fed prints it, almost out of thin air (it costs the same to print a paper $100.00 bill as it does to print a $1.00 bill, each additional dollar printed and given to the governmant being an addition to the debt to be paid later (we owe these private bankers close to $9 trillion and growing every second). Have Congress take back the constitutional duty to print the money, tell the owners of the Fed to shove their debt.

    Do you think any of the media darling candidates you so dutifully accept as your candidate cares to inform you or save you from the true problems and treason that abounds in Washington. Call me a Kook, Freak or whatever you want, but call me after you educate yourself and understand that the bankers love war as a tool to increase debt and thus their revenues, and the mythical “War on Terror” was found to be the perfect tool – no end to the war, so no end to the debt; no real target, so no way to focus; easy to keep the population fearful – an occasional planted story of an alleged threat is enough to keep the manipulation going and strip freedom from the citizens who are too distracted by minutia to see that their freedom is actually hanging by a thread.

    I hope some of you will begin to understand that party affiliation is meaningless unless one of those parties is actually concerned with bettering AMERICA. This former Bush supporter and staunch Republican has seen the light and is supporting Ron Paul, the only candidate in either party who is more than an empty suit, and perhaps the last hope in restoring the Republic.

    [Ed Note: Added paragraph breaks to this “truth seeker’s” diatribe. Oh, Ron Paul? Why didn’t you say so in the first place?]

    Comment by Mike Malloy — August 4, 2007 @ 11:49 pm | Reply

  4. Newt has showed his true colors for the RINO that he is.

    A shame and a waste of a sharp mind, but we won’t be fooled again.

    Comment by Johnny R — August 5, 2007 @ 9:38 am | Reply

  5. Amen, Johnny. We won’t be fooled by that poppycock again!

    Comment by Harry — August 6, 2007 @ 8:09 am | Reply

  6. I sure do like to kill faggots.

    Comment by Conservative — September 6, 2007 @ 11:34 pm | Reply

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