An Official Newt Gingrich Video You Just Have to See!

The “Cheerful One” puts his sights on Rick Santorum and joins the ranks of those seeking to vet the vest. My guess is Team Romney has to be thrilled to see this video and secretly wishing there were a way for they could give it more play – it clearly helps Mitt more than anyone else.

UNRAVELING…Unraveling…. unraveling….

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15 Responses to An Official Newt Gingrich Video You Just Have to See!

  1. Graham says:

    The only thing I can see in this that might possibly benefit Gingrich is that it shows Santorum’s support for Specter, then tries to draw a parallel with his support for Romney.

    I don’t think a lot of people will buy it, but that’s the thing Gingrich is trying to do.

  2. danny says:

    This is Great,shows the real side of santorum. i hope the super packs run this for the hole country to see. The guy is a fake!!!!

  3. sm says:

    Rick’s a good guys…but everyone knows that Romney is by FAR the best candidate. These other guys just can run a campaign like Romney can…maybe for a short period…but not long term. That is where Romney’s steadiness and executive experience makes him so good. Romney/Rubio ’12!

  4. ccr says:

    I used to think Rick was a good guy, too. Not so much anymore.

    When one knowingly lies, distorts to win, it’s not becoming.

    When one whines over the process continuously, when one makes snide remarks about his major opponent’s wealth while he lives in a $2 mil home, when he whines about the $$ his opponent has to work with, he’s too immature for the WH.

    When one attends, preaches at and panders to a religious group other than his own for months so that it promotes himself politically, it reeks of “whatever it takes”.

    Yeah, those two things alone changes my opinion of him tremendously.

  5. Rosemary Davis says:

    My parents always told me experience is the best teacher and Mitt has had aot of experiences both in business and politics!!!!!Go Mitt GO!!!!!

  6. Noelle says:

    I’m with you ccr. Santorum is a good guy compared to Gingrich when it comes to his personal life, but in his public life, his political life, his character is being revealed as dishonest, unprincipled, egotistical and childish.

  7. ccr says:

    oops…….I added another paragraph and didn’t change my last sentence. “Yeah, THOSE things change my opinion of him tremendously.”

  8. Donna Gibbons says:

    I am not sure how good this is for Newt but glad he is the one that paid for it. It is powerful for Mitt. Hope he uses it to his advantage!

  9. AfricansforRomney says:

    Sant-bordum needs to grow up. I started out laughing watching it and then i got very annoyed by his lack of integrity. I never liked this guy i can tolerate Gingirch now. But, i never paid attention to him that much b/c he was kinda respectful to Gov Romney. Now i know that his respect to Gov Romney was FAKE. What motivates politicians to sell their soul? Plese, integrity matters.

    At least, Gingrich is smart and will make you think for a second that sky is t he limits. I don’t mind to see Gingrich a “Food stamp police cabinet job” under President Romney.

    Independents for Romney!!!

  10. GitchiGummiPress says:

    Santorum’s illegal charity, Operation Good Neighbor, paid over 60% of it charitable donations to aides, fundraisers before it folded in 2007, the foundation raised $2.58 million, with 39 percent of that donated directly to groups helping the needy. By industry standards, such philanthropic groups should be donating nearly twice that, from 75 to 85 percent of their funds. Instead, the foundation spent most of its money to run itself, including hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees for fundraising, administration and office rental paid to Santorum’s political allies.

  11. GitchiGummiPress says:

    Santorum supported, the Benedict Arnold of the Republican party, Arlen Specter for reelection. Specter once a Republican switched to be a democrat. Specter became the culminating and final vote for ObamaCare. For you conservatives out there, Specter then went on to call for the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act. ObamaCare depending on the source states that it will cost between $400 billion and $1.2 trillion. The Congressional Budget Office states that the cost will be $829 billion with job losses totaling around 1.6 million. All because Santorum willingly supported the Specter. In fact, read the PA articles he was on a crusade to get Specter reelected. Watch the video Santorum the Enemy Within.

  12. GitchiGummiPress says:

    This Saturday the No. Mariana Islands commonly known as Saipan votes. They are an United States commonwealth. It is know for its clothing manufacturing. Many people go there hoping to get jobs but get forced in to prostitution and have forced abortions. Absolutely, horrendous. Watch the 20/20 Special The Shame of Saipan. Jack Abramoff, a lobbyist who went to prison for conspiracy and bribing politicians, worked to protect these sweatshops. Watch the connection between Rick Santorum and Jack Abramoff. Watch the yt video The Gang of Four.

  13. GitchiGummiPress says:

    Thanks for sharing the video.

  14. Steve says:

    Wonder Santorum’s voice is so much deeper when he was younger. It is kinda high pitched now

  15. Steve says:

    Santorum Called for Federal Ethanol Mandate

    ” Across Pennsylvania, farmers are also digging and planting corn and other crops that will be turned into ethanol that can replace gasoline in our cars. Most cars in America cant run on ethanol, however, so who is going to install ethanol pumps at the gas station without the cars to run on it? At this point I would say to all of my hard-core conservative friends: Hold on to your hats.

    What we need is a government mandate! We need to mandate that all cars sold in the United States, starting with the 2010 model year, be flex-fuel vehicles that is, they should be able to run on a blend that is 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline (the so-called E85 blend), or even a coal-derived methanol/gas mixture. This mandate would cost a fraction of the new fuel economy standard with the added benefit of saving barrels more oil.”