A big Gingrich win would be GOP nightmare

UPDATE: That was an impressive win. A 14-point margin for Newt Gingrich is probably more than the former speaker could dream of a week ago, and certainly was unimagined by the Romney camp. A lot of Republican Party officials will not sleep well tonight.

The voting booths close at 7 p.m. in South Carolina, and given movement in the most recent polls, it wouldn’t be surprising if the networks name Newt Gingrich the winner shortly thereafter.

If that happens — and particularly if Gingrich can push his margin into double digits, which seems plausible — the Republicans have themselves a serious problem. Newt will come out of South Carolina with the smell of napalm in his nostrils, and we all know what napalm smells like: victory.

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The greater the Gingrich margin, the more it will validate his strategy of attacking Mitt Romney on the issue of his Bain-gotten wealth. As his high-school yearbook photo tells you, this is a man with a grandiose sense of destiny, and the closer he gets to seeing it realized, the more aggressive he will become.

And as I’ve pointed out before, the Republican establishment will have only itself to blame. They have trained their base to turn up its nose at even the slightest aroma of moderation. They have fed it on resentment, and instilled it with a deep disdain for the media. In short, they have turned it into an audience utterly susceptibel to a man of Newt’s talents and eccentricities.

On the other hand, if Romney wins, this thing’s all but over. We’ll know in a few hours.

– Jay Bookman

1,053 comments Add your comment

getalife

January 21st, 2012
5:04 pm

I think the fig newton will win SC .

josef

January 21st, 2012
5:07 pm

All I can say, is if that (descriptive deleted) goes in, G-d save THIS queen!

getalife

January 21st, 2012
5:15 pm

How ya feeling josef?

Kamchak

January 21st, 2012
5:17 pm

“These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.”
–Thomas Jefferson

Common Sense isn't very Common

January 21st, 2012
5:19 pm

Josef – sorry to say this as I have always liked and respected the South Carolinians I have come in contact with, but WTF are they thinking?

horse

January 21st, 2012
5:19 pm

Delicious, isn’t it? The idea of Newt as the GOP’s nominee is such a gift.

ProgressivePeach

January 21st, 2012
5:19 pm

GOP’s about to reap the whirlwind. I’ve got my popcorn ready for the battle. In a political party where concession, moderation and cooperation are evil, there’s no way they rally around a candidate this November. Obama 2012 is looking pretty good. Now if the Democrats can just get their act together, they can get some effective majorities in the House and perhaps even the Senate, too.

Common Sense isn't very Common

January 21st, 2012
5:20 pm

‘You Mr. Gingrinch are no John Kennedy’

- Marilyn Monroe

Jay

January 21st, 2012
5:21 pm

“There’s no question at times of my life, partially driven by how passionately I felt about this country, that I worked far too hard and that things happened in my life that were not appropriate.”

– Thomas Jefferson

ByteMe

January 21st, 2012
5:21 pm

It’ll be Newt by at least 6 tonight.

The thing is, he’s still going to have trouble beating Romney in any state that didn’t secede. Pass the popcorn, this could go on a while… and I don’t mean that in a good way.

Redneck Convert (R--and proud of it)

January 21st, 2012
5:22 pm

Well, I want old Newt to win and then go on and take the White House. The reason is because this Obama is as boring as watching paint dry. I mean, at least he could pinch a intern on the fanny or something just to let us know he’s human and a real manly man.

We won’t have that problem with President Newt. No sirree. There’ll be women and maybe some men squalling about getting punctured during a visit to the Oval Office. Heck, after awhile the Oval Office could get to be the most loneliest place in America. Just think of how sales of the scandal mags would pick up. And the t-shirts. Just think of the millions of people that would be walking around with a t-shirt reading “I went to see the White House and got laid.”

Anyhow, I got to get ready for a big night up at Billy Bob’s. Have a good night everybody.

detritusUSA

January 21st, 2012
5:23 pm

Radical republicans, you rained ruin on the South after the civil war. You brought America the “gilded age” and the great depression. Now you quite possibly will bring the end of America. Greed is bad, unregulated greed is evil. As my grandparents often said, republicans are the party of the rich. They care nothing for ordinary people. I say republicans are evil people.

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:23 pm

Then why do you care? Isn’t that what you want or are you whistling in the dark?

Hummmmm ………………. ?

Common Sense isn't very Common

January 21st, 2012
5:24 pm

Jay – let me guess. you like the Nutster even less than I do.

At least he wasn’t your Rep :-)

ByteMe

January 21st, 2012
5:24 pm

Hey Mitt, I know this hot former governor that can help you out…

– John McCain

Pea Tardy

January 21st, 2012
5:26 pm

Callista is hot

TaxPayer

January 21st, 2012
5:27 pm

Perhaps this new Republican Tea Party is having second thoughts about being the party of the 1 percent… Nah.

Common Sense isn't very Common

January 21st, 2012
5:27 pm

‘I can see Russia through my glass navel’

– Newt Gingrich

josef

January 21st, 2012
5:28 pm

How far have we strayed from the path of rightousness in this country? When the evangelicals can bring themselves to vote for and support as their leader this type of moral degenerate. Forget what an ignorant, grandiose and pompously arrogant quasi-literate windbag he is for the moment. His life has been the paragon of everything that those wanting to claim they are out to restore our sense of values say they stand against. Have they (we) sunk to that level? The worst part of it is the pride with which he doesn’t deny his moral turpitude “in the past.” Well, the past is all we have to go by and the present doesn’t seem to be much of a change. However, we can take a modicum of solace in the Sciptures,

“Pride goeth before destruction: and the spirit is lifted up before a fall.”
–Proverbs 16:18, Douay-Rheims Bible, that of his current confession

I ta

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:28 pm

josef:

Just for you ………… interesting. :o

Deuteronomy 17:

“14 When you enter the land the LORD your God is giving you and have taken possession of it and settled in it, and you say, “Let us set a king over us like all the nations around us,”

15 be sure to appoint over you a king the LORD your God chooses. He must be from among your fellow Israelites. Do not place a foreigner over you, one who is not an Israelite.

16 The king, moreover, must not acquire great numbers of horses for himself or make the people return to Egypt to get more of them, for the LORD has told you, “You are not to go back that way again.”

17 He must not take many wives, or his heart will be led astray. He must not accumulate large amounts of silver and gold.

18 When he takes the throne of his kingdom, he is to write for himself on a scroll a copy of this law, taken from that of the Levitical priests.

19 It is to be with him, and he is to read it all the days of his life so that he may learn to revere the LORD his God and follow carefully all the words of this law and these decrees

20 and not consider himself better than his fellow Israelites and turn from the law to the right or to the left. Then he and his descendants will reign a long time over his kingdom in Israel.”

CJ

January 21st, 2012
5:28 pm

Any time the ethically-challenged, thrice-married, serial adulterer Gingrich lectures an audience or writes about the “counter-cultural” left, family values, the importance of protecting traditional marriage, the role of faith in America, and the values endowed by “Our Creator”, he commits an act blasphemy.

It’s because he worked too hard? He asked God for forgiveness? I call b.s. And anybody who doesn’t see through this clown, especially after all the snake oil he’s sold us for decades, is a fool.

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:29 pm

josef:

And what about Bill Clinton?

CJ

January 21st, 2012
5:29 pm

Common Sense isn't very Common

January 21st, 2012
5:30 pm

Josef – I will include you with Jay in my earlier statement

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:30 pm

JamVet

January 21st, 2012
5:30 pm

“I went to see the White House and got laid.”

Hysterical.

Even with his long, hard, big, fat………………….wallet, I’m amazed that any woman would ever let that Porky Pig lookalike touch them, much less………………..ew!

As for this seemingly endless traveling circus, it sure isn’t the same without the other serial groper, the global cooling expert and the crazy eyed chick in the race, but it still is pretty damn funny…

I don't get it

January 21st, 2012
5:32 pm

Democrats hate the evil rich and have wealth envy has been the republican mantra for the last year or so; but Newt attacks Romney’s wealth and his stint at Bain and his supporters rally behind him? I don’t think the republicans themselves know what it is in which they believe. This is really getting to be hilarious.

Keep Up the Good Fight!

January 21st, 2012
5:32 pm

They have trained their base to turn up its nose at even the slightest aroma of moderation. They have fed it on resentment, and instilled it with a deep disdain for the media.

We see it here daily. Posters who cannot distinguish between a “source” and what is reported. The absurd claims that “Obama was not properly vetted” which I take as their recognition that Fox, Brietbart and so many other organizations which most would consider “acceptable” apparently don’t have reporters, investigators and others who can report or investigate. Either they are suggesting NBC, ABC, CBS, the NY Times and others are the only real investigative and reporting sources and their Fox is not up to the task apparently or they only know what they have been told with no ability to perform even a basic assessment of the claim. They doom themselves to ignorance.

josef

January 21st, 2012
5:33 pm

ByteMe

Any state that didn’t secede, you say? That’s what happens when you forget history…you wind up with Carpetbaggers… :-)

getalife

Much better, thank you kindly….

Common sense

Methinks the geneology blue haired biddies in the family are about to start playing down the Charleston roots… :-)

Kamchak

January 21st, 2012
5:35 pm

Forget what an ignorant, grandiose and pompously arrogant quasi-literate windbag he is for the moment.

If only!

ByteMe

January 21st, 2012
5:35 pm

Democrats hate the evil rich and have wealth envy has been the republican mantra for the last year or so;

People need to start thinking in more than 2 directions. There’s not just left-right. There’s also up-down, as in elitism vs. populism. Right now, Obama isn’t going left or right, he’s going down, while Mitt is stuck moving right and up. Which do you think is going to have the more riled up constituents come November, the far right elitists or the centrist populists?

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:35 pm

1 John 1:9

“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.”

Just sayin’

JamVet

January 21st, 2012
5:35 pm

Newt is the political version of Jimmy Swaggert.

A made for TV fraud who’s made big money off of incredibly gullible rubes…

ByteMe

January 21st, 2012
5:37 pm

Newt, if you didn’t notice, is also moving down toward populism, which is why he’s moving up in the polls.

josef

January 21st, 2012
5:38 pm

Scout

The Deuteronomy pretty much sums up why he ain’t G-d’s chosen candidate…

And Clinton…?

He ain’t runnin for President and he didn’t come sticking his nose in my bedroom calling me out in the name of G-d while he was doing his philandering…

CJ

January 21st, 2012
5:39 pm

1 CJ 1:9

“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.”

Just sayin’

Common Sense isn't very Common

January 21st, 2012
5:39 pm

I wonder what position Callista is going to have if Newt EVER gets to the WH :-)

josef

January 21st, 2012
5:41 pm

Scout

“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.”

Which is, no doubt, why ole Newt left the Reformation and joined with the Papists in the Counter Reformation…as so many Protestants like to say, “a quick couple of Hail Mary’s, a c-note in the collection plate and all is forgiven…”

Jus sayin…

DebbieDoRight

January 21st, 2012
5:42 pm

josef: Forget what an ignorant, grandiose and pompously arrogant quasi-literate windbag he is for the moment. His life has been the paragon of everything that those wanting to claim they are out to restore our sense of values say they stand against. Have they (we) sunk to that level?

Short answer. Yes.

JamVet

January 21st, 2012
5:43 pm

Leroy boy is that you?
I thought your azz groping days were through

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98zq9bsX-Sg

Common Sense isn't very Common

January 21st, 2012
5:43 pm

Josef – This papist thinks he is lower than whale shyte meself :-)

Hey DDR

Adam

January 21st, 2012
5:44 pm

I hope he wins

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:44 pm

Good for them !

Headline (The Washington Times) : “Arizona strikes back: State investigates feds over gun-running”

“Arizona’s state legislature will open its own investigation into the Obama administration’s disgraced gun-running program, known as “Fast and Furious,” the speaker of the state House said Friday.

Speaker Andy Tobin created the committee, and charged it with looking at whether the program broke any state laws — raising the possibility of state penalties against those responsible for the operation.

It’s a turnaround from the rest of the immigration issue, where the federal government has sued to block the state’s own set of laws.

A law requiring businesses to check new workers’ legal status was upheld by the Supreme Court last year, and the court has agreed to hear the case of Arizona’s crackdown law that makes being an illegal immigrant a state crime and gives state and local police the power to enforce that law.”

http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/inside-politics/2012/jan/21/arizona-strikes-back-state-investigates-feds-over-/

Kamchak

January 21st, 2012
5:46 pm

Ooohh, a Moonie Times rabbit hole!

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:46 pm

josef:

Only God knows and that’s the way it should be.

Keep Up the Good Fight!

January 21st, 2012
5:47 pm

Sure hope AZ investigates the Bush Admin for the essentially same program (different name). Cheney could use some jail time.

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:48 pm

Kammie:

You shouldn’t say things like that about a state legislature.

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:48 pm

Good Fight:

Call ‘em ……. ask to testify !

Common Sense isn't very Common

January 21st, 2012
5:48 pm

Scout

Only God knows and that’s the way it should be

———————————————

That is true, but God isn’t registered to vote in this primary

josef

January 21st, 2012
5:48 pm

For the good Protestant voters of South Carolina,

“Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. And they parted his raiment, and cast lots.”

The Gospel of Luke, 23;24 King James Bible

DebbieDoRight

January 21st, 2012
5:50 pm

Keep: Posters who cannot distinguish between a “source” and what is reported. The absurd claims that “Obama was not properly vetted”

Don’t forget the part where he wasn’t even born in the U.S. or the claim that he is still a British Citizen and/or a citizen of Kenya.

which I take as their recognition that Fox, Brietbart and so many other organizations which most would consider “acceptable” apparently don’t have reporters, investigators and others who can report or investigate.

Don’t forget about the CIA or the FBI …

They doom themselves to ignorance

They also doom themselves as well as their children into perpetual servitude and serfdom. HOw they can’t see that is a real head scratcher.

Kamchak

January 21st, 2012
5:50 pm

You shouldn’t say things like that about a state legislature.

I didn’t.

You should work on your reading comprehension.

Just sayin’.

josef

January 21st, 2012
5:51 pm

Common sense…

Believe me, I do understand how you Papists must feel about getting saddled with y’all’s share of nut cases…

JamVet

January 21st, 2012
5:53 pm

After seeing that collection of caustic clowns in the Charleston audience, I’m pretty that they will choose the disgusting degenerate Leroy of Cobb…

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
5:54 pm

I LOVE IT WHEN A PLAN COMES TOGETHER !

Headline (New York Times): “Justices’ Texas Redistricting Ruling Likely to Help G.O.P.”

WASHINGTON — “The Supreme Court on Friday rejected elections maps drawn by a federal court in Texas that had favored Democratic candidates there.

The unanimous decision said that redistricting is primarily a job for elected state officials and that the lower court had not paid enough deference to maps drawn by the State Legislature, which is controlled by Republicans. The justices sent the case back to the lower court, extending the uncertainty surrounding this major voting-rights case.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/21/us/supreme-court-rejects-judge-drawn-maps-in-texas-redistricting-case.html?_r=1&hp

DebbieDoRight

January 21st, 2012
5:55 pm

Hi Common!

Adam – Me too. :lol: :lol:

josef

January 21st, 2012
5:59 pm

“So, tell me, Malka, for this we left Poland”
–Thomas Jeffersonberg

DebbieDoRight

January 21st, 2012
6:01 pm

anybody read this bullcrap from a georgia judge:

Georgia Judge Orders President To Appear AT Hearing

Now the whole word will know how utterly STOOOOPID the officials of this state are. We’ll all have to walk around with a bag over our heads whenver we leave the state.

josef

January 21st, 2012
6:02 pm

DDR, ADAM

Be careful what you ask for. You just might get it. And with the way this season’s been going, it wouldn’t surprise me one whit if the village idiots didn’t pull it off…he may well be the “g-damning” of America prayed for from the other side’s pulpit heretics…

josef

January 21st, 2012
6:04 pm

DDR

Mississippi is rejoicing, however…finally they can hold their heads up and say “well, thank G-d we ain’t Georgia!” :-)

Kamchak

January 21st, 2012
6:06 pm

“My daughter! O my ducats! O my daughter…”
– Thomas Jefferson

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:08 pm

DebbieDoRight:

I read it and here is a couple of points:

1) The president will not have to show up personally. That is already case law.

2) As I understand it, the case is not about where the president was born (that has been decided) but instead what is the Constitutional definition of a “natural born citizen”.

3) I hope this case works its way to the Supreme Court NOT for this election but in time for the 2016 election. Since we will continue in the future to have candidates for president who have issues in their background, citizenship of parent(s), etc., we need to resolve this issue once and for all.

Kamchak

January 21st, 2012
6:10 pm

Soothsayer

January 21st, 2012
6:10 pm

Gnute winning in SC would be a dream come true!

No other numb-skull RepugNOcan’t candidate will be as easy to beat in November.

Prayse Jaysus-ah! The abomination of the Gnute will visit itself on the abomination of the RepugNOcan’t Party.

And they will be great gnashin’ of teeth (if you got any) and great wailin’!

You can’t make this stuff up!

Drink it up, RepugNOcan’ts! It’s you! It’s all you!

Keep Up the Good Fight!

January 21st, 2012
6:11 pm

DDR, I posted that yesterday….shocking isn’t it. I have not been able to find a whole lot on the briefs and the decision but I suspect its an administrative law judge who seems to have made a very foolish decision. I cannot imagine any reason that the President should be required to come to Georgia to testify on matters which the State of Hawaii have certified. The claims reqarding what is a “natural born citizen” seem rather foolish.

Michael

January 21st, 2012
6:13 pm

Newt has said that he asked God to forgive him for his sins, and I bet they will lap that up in SC. I’m almost sure that he was sincere.

Keep Up the Good Fight!

January 21st, 2012
6:14 pm

Scout, please explain what part of a denied motion to quash an order on motion to appear means that the President does not have to attend the hearing?

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:15 pm

Kammie:

Do you not think with the continued diversity in America that this issue of the definition of “natural born citizen” needs to be decided by the Supreme Court ?

I think it’s a fair Constitutional question and I predict eventually they will have to resolve it.

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:16 pm

Good Fight:

The Supreme Court has already ruled on those types of cases otherwise the president would be running all over the place.

Trust me on this one ………….. he does not have to appear before that “Administrative” judge.

td

January 21st, 2012
6:16 pm

Why are all you libs so upset that Newt will win the SC primary? I thought you have been saying for months that if Newt wins the nomination then Obama will win re election in a landslide. Could it be that that was just a talking point and you are all really afraid of Newt?

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:17 pm

Good Fight:

Now ……. what do you think about my 6:08 ?

Kamchak

January 21st, 2012
6:17 pm

Do you not think with the continued diversity in America that this issue of the definition of “natural born citizen” needs to be decided by the Supreme Court ?

Ooohh, an activist judge rabbit hole!

Cool beans!

Keep Up the Good Fight!

January 21st, 2012
6:18 pm

Ummm Scout as to your claim about the birth certificate, what part of the complaint item 1 says that the birth certificate is “accepted’

The official state certified birth certificate proffered by Barack Obama contains a factual inconsistency and other anomalies that calls into question the veracity of the rest of the information contained within said document.

Kamchak

January 21st, 2012
6:19 pm

Could it be that that was just a talking point and you are all really afraid of Newt?

No.

This has been another episode of one word answers to simple questions.

josef

January 21st, 2012
6:20 pm

td

Why do the libs get excited about a Newt win? Well, remember, the libs are against antiquated morality and Christian family values, and like to hear themselves pontificate…why wouldn’t Newt be their candidate…? :-)

Keep Up the Good Fight!

January 21st, 2012
6:20 pm

Scout, I read your 6:08. I think you have seriously misrepresented the case. Whether intentionally or because of a failure of comprehension, I do not know. The natural born issue is part of items 3 & 4. You seem to skip over item 1.

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:21 pm

td:

You bet ………………… :o

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:22 pm

Good Fight/Kammie:

So ? If it goes up the latter it would probably go without #1 ! Happens all the time when an appellate court rules part of a case moot.

The real issues of 3 & 4 need to be decided and clarified for down the road.

td

January 21st, 2012
6:23 pm

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:16 pm

You are absolutely correct. My question is what happens if this Administrative Judge makes a decision and orders the Georgia Secretary of state to not place the Obama electors on the ballot in Georgia? It is my understanding that the states determine whose electors meet their own qualifications to be placed on the ballot.

Lord Help Us

January 21st, 2012
6:23 pm

Yes…it is the GOP candidate with the highest negatives and the one who polls the worst in a head to head match up agains Obama that the libs are skeered of…(eye rolling emoticon…)

Lord Help Us

January 21st, 2012
6:24 pm

Obama not being on the ballot in the only hope the cons have if Newt is the GOP candidate…

Kamchak

January 21st, 2012
6:25 pm

Tenther birthers.

:roll: :roll:

JamVet

January 21st, 2012
6:25 pm

Upset? Afraid?

Did the constant chuckling at the degenerate give it away?

CJ

January 21st, 2012
6:26 pm

Do you not think with the continued diversity in America that this issue of the definition of “natural born citizen” needs to be decided by the Supreme Court?

I hear you, 0311/1811.

McCain was born in Panama, Mitt Romney’s father was born in Mexico, and Barry Goldwater was born in the Arizona territory before it became a state. It’s very important that we prevent such people, and their children, from every becoming a Republican presidential nominee, much less, the President. Too much diversity for my taste.

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:27 pm

td:

Then the attorney for the presient’s campaign would take it to federal court but maybe not since they will lose Georgia anyway.

The real issue is a case needs to go to the Supreme Court on the definition of “natural born citizen”.

If it doesn’t go this time, and a future Republican canidate has a similar background, you can bet the Dems. will try the same thing.

I don’t care, I just want to see it resolved. To not do so cheapens the Constitution.

JamVet

January 21st, 2012
6:28 pm

At the time, who could have known that that awful little woman who told John McCain, “He’s an Arab.” would be considered mainstream in the GOP?

Lunatic fringe, we all know you’re out there…

josef

January 21st, 2012
6:29 pm

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:29 pm

CJ:

“McCain was born in Panama, Mitt Romney’s father was born in Mexico, and Barry Goldwater was born in the Arizona territory before it became a state. It’s very important that we prevent such people, and their children, from every becoming a Republican presidential nominee, much less, the President. Too much diversity for my taste.”

I’m not saying that. Our “expaning” diversity will just cause even more problems in the future.

We just need the Supreme Court to nail it down (as they have hundreds and even thousands of other issues) and if we don’t like what they say ………. we can amend the Constitution.

Keep Up the Good Fight!

January 21st, 2012
6:29 pm

Moving the goalposts Scout? First you claim “you understand” the b/c was not a part of the case and now you claim it would be moot on appeal. One excludes the other.

Do you have a problem with Chester Arthur’s presidency? George Romney was born in Mexico. Guess you better hope that Newt is nominated or that any ultimate decision on “natural born” does not wipe out Romney’s eligibility. But…but…but…. I am sure you will find distinctions.

0311/1811

January 21st, 2012
6:31 pm

Out for awhile.

Be nice.

getalife

January 21st, 2012
6:33 pm

I want to see willard’s birth certificate and tax forms.

CJ

January 21st, 2012
6:33 pm

We just need the Supreme Court to nail it down (as they have hundreds and even thousands of other issues) and if we don’t like what they say ………. we can amend the Constitution.

I agree. Nobody noticed when Goldwater, the elder Romney, or McCain were on the ballots, but now that we have a dark-skinned president whose father was born in Kenya, we need to get to the bottom of it.

Lord Help Us

January 21st, 2012
6:34 pm

I want to see Newt’s contract with Freddie Mac. Freddie has already said they will waive the non-disclosure…

Billybob

January 21st, 2012
6:35 pm

wreaks of desparation bookman….the fact that the electorate votes for a conservative is the nightmare for you and hussein………your ending was schizo….’resentment and deep disdain for the media’…..your words create the disdain and the jig is up for the leftwing media……….enjoy lib

josef

January 21st, 2012
6:36 pm

CJ

Not exactly true. I was around when Romney the elder was running and it was a big issue…it was especially tied in with the Mormon angle…

Billybob

January 21st, 2012
6:37 pm

libs always project who they are really afraid of…….eh jay?

josef

January 21st, 2012
6:38 pm

Billybob

I take it you aren’t of the morally upright and rightous school of conservativism.

Help Us…

Freddie Mac, when are you coming back?

Keep Up the Good Fight!

January 21st, 2012
6:39 pm

Is billyboy projecting he is afraid of Jay? eh?

CJ

January 21st, 2012
6:39 pm

Thanks for the info josef. I should have know that despised Mormons would have been even more despised in the 60s. Glad that pagan received the scrutiny he deserved.

Billybob

January 21st, 2012
6:42 pm

private citizen josef…….afraid of jay me thinks not