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Gingrich warns GOP to not be the 'anti' party

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Petaluma, CA

#24 Apr 1, 2014
"If our movement is primarily anti-Obama, we will in fact reduce the number of victories we should win this fall. If we spend the next three years being anti-Hillary, we will virtually guarantee her election," gingrich said.

Good luck newtboy with your advice but throwing our red meat is a hard act to change and being the party of no will need more autopsies and retreats to change "tone", "message" and heck why not find solutions.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#25 Apr 1, 2014
Gingrich warns GOP to not be the 'anti' party? That's like warning crack addicts to stop using drugs.
xxxrayted

Berea, OH

#26 Apr 1, 2014
swedenforever wrote:
What detered me from Ron Pauls ideology was his view on regulatory agencies, I liked his foreign policy
I consider myself about 70% conservative and 30% Libertarian. I'm slowly getting sick of the GOP focusing on personal and social agendas and not smaller government. I like the Libertarian view on small government but don't like their stance on narcotics and the military. If not for that, I would probably switch parties.

I want to see candidates or a party that wants to eliminate most bureaucracies. I want to see a candidate or candidates that want to go to Washington to erase laws, not create more laws. I want to see a total revamp of our tax system where everybody pays and not just half of the country. I want to see a social system where everybody mentally and physically capable of working has a job, and those that can't have a decent way of living.

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#27 Apr 1, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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I consider myself about 70% conservative and 30% Libertarian. I'm slowly getting sick of the GOP focusing on personal and social agendas and not smaller government. I like the Libertarian view on small government but don't like their stance on narcotics and the military. If not for that, I would probably switch parties.
I want to see candidates or a party that wants to eliminate most bureaucracies. I want to see a candidate or candidates that want to go to Washington to erase laws, not create more laws. I want to see a total revamp of our tax system where everybody pays and not just half of the country. I want to see a social system where everybody mentally and physically capable of working has a job, and those that can't have a decent way of living.
I want to be 25 again but Im SOL

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#28 Apr 1, 2014
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Too late Newt...
and a dollar short

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#29 May 19, 2014
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Too late Newt...
lol!

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#30 Jul 14, 2014
Gingrich 2030

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#31 Jul 22, 2014
kuda wrote:
Gingrich warns GOP to not be the 'anti' party? That's like warning crack addicts to stop using drugs.
The same Newt Gingrich that attended a dinner with House republican's on the eve of President Obama's first inauguration....where they decided to block any legislation, that might allow Obama a second term......thus, also stalling our Economic Recovery for all Americans.....
who cares

Washington, DC

#32 Jun 29, 2015
This is news?
Insider R crooks

Washington, DC

#33 Jul 13, 2015
swedenforever wrote:
They're gonna need about 10 more red states..
FDR (while in a wheelchair) beat the Republican party like a redheaded stepchild
Rand Paul at the end of the day, the victory is Clinton's...Its too late for immigration reform..There's just too many registered Democrats-but your Dad is good man
Hehe!!

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#34 Sep 10, 2015
Trump has started to implode
serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#35 Sep 10, 2015
swedenforever wrote:
Trump has started to implode
Unlike Hillary , he has not sold out the nation to the middle east and china. And the worse part is, hundreds of thousands of deaths are on her hands and millions of refugees with it.

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#36 Sep 12, 2015
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> Unlike Hillary , he has not sold out the nation to the middle east and china. And the worse part is, hundreds of thousands of deaths are on her hands and millions of refugees with it.
We won't forget Maliki
Big Bad John Roberts

Brooklyn, NY

#38 Oct 9, 2015
Mutiny in the circus

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