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.
“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 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.