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    Newt Gingrich: Mr. New World Order ~ ultimate RINO globalist

    Newt Gingrich: Mr. New World Order

    Establishment throws its weight behind the ultimate RINO globalist

    Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
    Monday, November 28, 2011

    Desperate to derail Ron Paul’s momentum in New Hampshire, the key early primary state in which polls show Paul has a very real chance of winning, the establishment has thrown its weight behind Newt Gingrich, the ultimate RINO globalist who in reality is about as conservative as Mao Tse-tung.

    With the campaigns of Mitt Romney and Rick Perry collapsing, the editorial board of the New Hampshire Union Leader chose to endorse Gingrich on Sunday, a move that the mainstream press immediately hailed as all-important, attempting to bestow kingmaker status on a relatively irrelevant newspaper in the grand scheme of things.

    The anointment of Gingrich as Republican frontrunner is just the latest desperate bid to fool voters into supporting anyone other than Ron Paul. From Perry, to Romney, to Cain – the establishment has attempted to crown all of them as top dog – failing every time as each campaign subsequently crashes and burns.

    Gingrich will inevitably follow suit because he has more skeletons in the closet than a halloween costume shop. Newt Gingrich is Mr. New World Order – a committed globalist who has publicly made clear his contempt for American sovereignty and freedom on a plethora of occasions, not least when he joined forces with Nancy Pelosi to push the Obama administration’s cap and trade agenda ... r_embedded that would have completely bankrupted the country.

    “I think if you have mandatory carbon caps combined with a trading system, much like we did with sulfur, and if you have a tax-incentive program for investing in the solutions, that there’s a package there that’s very, very good,
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    ALIPAC: Gingrich could draw GOP ire on immigration ... rasc-.html

    Gingrich support for dream act amnesty will derail campaign ... rasc-.html

    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is predicting that the Gingrich campaign will implode in reaction to Speaker Gingrich's support for Dream Act Amnesty during tonight's CNN debate. ALIPAC successfully predicted the implosion of Rick Perry's campaign immediately following Perry's debate support for in-state tuition for illegal immigrants.

    "Newt Gingrich's campaign will now take the 'Perry Plunge' due to his support for Dream Act Amnesty," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "Newt Gingrich is finished!"

    Rick Perry fell from first place to fourth place in many polls following his debate support for in-state tuition for illegal aliens. ALIPAC was quoted across the nation correctly predicting "Perry is finished."
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    Gingrich Endorsed; Cain Criticizes Immigration Proposals

    November 27, 2011 Fox News Latino

    Newt Gingrich managed to get the support of New Hampshire's largest newspaper on Sunday.

    Meanwhile, rival Mitt Romney earned a dismissive wave, potentially resetting the race in the state with the first-in-the-nation primary.

    For Gingrich, the former House speaker, the backing builds on his recent rise in the polls and quick work to build a campaign after a disastrous start in the summer.

    Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who has a vacation home in the state and has been called a "nearly native son of New Hampshire," absorbed the blow heading into the Jan. 10 vote that's vital to his campaign strategy.

    "We are in critical need of the innovative, forward-looking strategy and positive leadership that Gingrich has shown he is capable of providing," The New Hampshire Union Leader said in its front-page editorial, which was as much a promotion of Gingrich as a discreet rebuke of Romney

    "We don't back candidates based on popularity polls or big-shot backers. We look for conservatives of courage and conviction who are independent-minded, grounded in their core beliefs about this nation and its people, and best equipped for the job," the endorsement said.

    The Union Leader's editorial telegraphed conservatives' concerns about Romney's shifts on crucial issues of abortion and gay rights were unlikely to fade. Those worries have led Romney to keep Iowa's Jan. 3 caucuses — where conservatives hold great sway — at arm's length.

    At the same time, the endorsement boosts Gingrich's conservative credentials. He spent the week defending his immigration policies against accusations that they a form of amnesty. On Monday, Gingrich takes a campaign swing through South Carolina, the South's first primary state.
    Even Democrats on Sunday were noting Gingrich's rise.

    "He's clearly a smart guy," said Sen. Chuck Schumer, a Democrat from New York. "And look, I give him some credit for not just blowing with the winds on an issue like immigration. That showed some real courage."

    Romney, taking a few days' break for the Thanksgiving holiday, has kept focused on a long-term strategy that doesn't lurch from one development to another. Last week, he picked up the backing of Sen. John Thune, a South Dakota conservative, to add to his impressive roster of supporters.

    The Union Leader's rejection of Romney wasn't surprising despite his efforts to woo state leaders. The newspaper rejected Romney four years ago in favor of Arizona Sen. John McCain, using front-page columns and editorials to promote McCain and criticize Romney.

    In the time since, Romney courted publisher Joseph W. McQuaid. Earlier this year Romney and his wife, Ann, had dinner with the McQuaids at the Bedford Village Inn near Manchester, hoping to reset the relationship. It didn't prove enough.

    Romney's advisers were quick to point out that Gingrich went into October with more than $1 million in campaign debt. Romney, meanwhile, was sitting on a pile of cash and only last week began running television ads — a luxury Gingrich can't yet afford.

    The duo's rivals, meanwhile, tried to gain traction.

    Herman Cain on Sunday criticized any immigration proposal that included residency or citizenship but struggled to explain how he would deal with the millions of people estimated to be currently living illegally in the United States.

    Cain, who joined the race to great fanfare, has seen his luster fade as his seemed to have trouble articulating the nuances of his policy positions. For instance, he was unable to explain the difference between "targeted identification," which he says would determine common characteristics of people who want to harm the United States, and racial profiling.

    At the same time, Cain acknowledged that accusations that he sexually harassed several women during his days running the National Restaurant Association in the 1990s have pulled him from among the front-runners. He has flatly denied the allegations repeatedly.

    "Well, obviously false accusations and confusion about some of my positions has contributed" to his fall in the polls, Cain said.

    While Romney enjoys solid support in national polls, many Republicans have shifted from candidate to candidate in search of an alternative to Romney. That led to the rise — and fall — of potential challengers such as Cain, Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota and Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

    Romney enjoys solid leads in New Hampshire polls, too. A poll released last week showed him with 42 percent support among likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire.

    Gingrich followed with 15 percent in the WMUR-University of New Hampshire Granite State poll.

    Rep. Ron Paul of Texas posted 12 percent support and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman found 8 percent support in that survey.

    Those numbers could shift based on the backing of The Union Leader, a newspaper that proudly works to influence elections, from school boards to the White House, in the politically savvy state.

    Huntsman, President Barack Obama's former ambassador to China, said the endorsement points to how competitive the New Hampshire contest is.

    "A month ago for Newt Gingrich to have been in the running to capture The (New Hampshire) Union Leader endorsement would have been unthinkable," Huntsman said in an interview Sunday during a break in campaigning. "I think it reflects, more than anything else, the fluidity, the unpredictability of the race right now."

    The endorsement, signed by McQuaid, suggested that New Hampshire's only state-wide newspaper was ready to assert itself again as a player in the GOP primary — even if the newspaper has reservations.

    "We don't have to agree with them on every issue," McQuaid wrote in the editorial that ran the width of the front page. "We would rather back someone with whom we may sometimes disagree than one who tells us what he thinks we want to hear."

    Yet with six weeks until the primary, The Union Leader's move could again shuffle the race, further boosting Gingrich and priving a steady stream of criticism against his rivals. In recent weeks, Gingrich has seen a surge in some polls as Republicans focus more closely on deciding which candidate they consider best positioned to take on Obama.

    He has also started to put together a strong campaign organization.

    In New Hampshire, he brought on respected tea party leader Andrew Hemingway and his team has been contacting almost 1,000 voters each day. Gingrich hasn't begun television advertising and has refused to go negative on his opponents.

    The newspaper has a decidedly mixed record of picking candidates. It backed Steve Forbes in 2000 and Pat Buchanan's 1992 and 1996 bids. Neither candidate won the Republican nomination.

    Gingrich, who left the House in 1999 under the cloud of an ethics investigation and after disastrous midterm elections for the GOP, has faced skepticism of his personal life. He married to his third wife and acknowledged infidelity during his first marriages.

    Even so, voters are giving Gingrich a look — and the timing appears to be ideal for him.

    "Romney is a very play-it-safe candidate. He doesn't want to offend everybody or anybody," said Drew Cline, the op-ed editor of The Union Leader. "He wants to be liked. He wants to try to reach out and be very safe, reach out to everybody, bring everybody on board."

    That isn't the brand of candidate The Union Leader was looking to back, he said.

    Schumer was interviewed on NBC's "Meet the Press." Cain and Cline spoke with CNN's "State of the Union." Huntsman appeared on "Fox News Sunday."

    Based on reporting by the Associated Press

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC
    August 15, 2011

    Please make it clear to the GOP and GOP voters that if they send us * another George Bush or John McCain * on immigration matters that they will be handing the White House back to Obama. ... rasc-.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by HAPPY2BME

    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC
    August 15, 2011

    Please make it clear to the GOP and GOP voters that if they send us * another George Bush or John McCain * on immigration matters that they will be handing the White House back to Obama. ... rasc-.html
    you could not pay me BIG bucks to vote for this man

    GOP ... you better listen ...If my choice is this man or Obama; my back side is staying home on election day... you puting him in from of us will effect other elections as well that could be won or lost by a few votes and conservatives refusing to go to the polls

    I cant do it ... in my heart of hearts I cant sell America down the river by voting for this man
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    Why Gingrich's N.H. endorsement is a bigger deal than it seems

    By Paul Steinhauser, CNN Deputy Political Director
    updated 3:36 PM EST, Mon November 28, 2011

    Washington (CNN) -- The timing couldn't have been better for Newt Gingrich.

    He's under fire from some of his rivals for the GOP presidential nomination and from some top conservative voices for suggesting at the CNN Republican debate last week that there should be a "path to legality" for some illegal immigrants. But the former House speaker got a shot in the arm in the form of the New Hampshire Union Leader's endorsement.

    The newspaper's support is akin to a conservative stamp of approval: The Union Leader is the only statewide newspaper in the state that holds the first-in-the-nation primary, and its editorial page is influential among Granite State conservatives.

    Gingrich grabs major N.H. endorsement

    The endorsement, which labeled Gingrich as the "best candidate who is actually running," could also make him a player in a state where former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has home-field advantage.

    Romney is the overwhelming front-runner in polls of likely New Hampshire primary voters, thanks in part to name recognition. Romney was governor of neighboring Massachusetts, and much of southern New Hampshire is in the Boston media market. Romney also owns a vacation home in the Granite State and spent a lot of time campaigning there in the last presidential cycle, as well as making very public stops the past two years to help local New Hampshire Republicans.
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    But Gingrich has seen his Granite State poll numbers rise lately, and he now places second in the three most recent surveys released last week. The Union Leader's endorsement could make him the conservative alternative to Romney.

    However, the paper's track record is not the best indicator of which candidate will win the nomination. Though it got it right in 1980, endorsing Ronald Reagan, the candidates it supported in 1988 (Pete DuPont), 1992 and 1996 (Pat Buchanan) and 2000 (Steve Forbes) did not end up winning the nomination.

    The newspaper's endorsement four years ago of Sen. John McCain did help restart his campaign, which was nearly left for dead a few months earlier.

    Gergen: Is there a "New Newt" in town?

    The Gingrich endorsement is likely to be more than a one-day story. The crucial question now is how aggressive the Union Leader will be, in the six weeks until the New Hampshire primary, in supporting Gingrich while attacking Romney and the other Republican White House hopefuls campaigning in the state.

    Four years ago, after endorsing McCain, the newspaper repeatedly criticized Romney.

    Could we see the same strategy this time around? Union Leader Publisher Joe McQuaid tells Politico that his paper will most likely follow its usual formula, which we saw in the last cycle.

    "I've run campaigns in New Hampshire with the Union Leader with me and against me. I'd rather have them with me," says Granite state based GOP strategist Patrick Griffin.

    Besides Romney, the other candidate who could be hurt by the endorsement may be Jon Huntsman. The former Utah governor and ambassador to China is concentrating most of his time and resources campaigning in New Hampshire.
    No one can do more damage to Gingrich than Gingrich. He needs to hire a bodyguard to protect himself from himself.
    Alex Castellanos, GOP strategist

    "Now, with the Union Leader endorsement, Gingrich cuts in front of Huntsman's wind in New Hampshire," said Alex Castellanos, a GOP strategist and CNN contributor who was a top media adviser to Romney's 2008 campaign but who is not taking sides in this cycle.

    With only five weeks until the Iowa caucuses, Castellanos says, Gingrich may end up being the Romney alternative in Iowa, and "that could catapult him into a mano-a-mano death match with Romney in the Granite State."

    But Gingrich has plenty of baggage: from his past stances on illegal immigration and a health care individual mandate to his teaming up on a couch with Nancy Pelosi in a long-ago TV commercial to his three marriages.

    Castellanos, who was also a top media adviser to the 2004 Bush-Cheney re-election campaign, says that with Gingrich, "every day is an adventure, like roller-skating across a tightrope. He always has the potential to take himself down as quickly as he has gone up. No one can do more damage to Gingrich than Gingrich. He needs to hire a bodyguard to protect himself from himself. As he becomes more relevant, so will his flaws." ... index.html

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    Americans have such a short memory-what's scary is that this is what will get him elected. I can barely stand to watch...
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    Lest we forget, Gingrich is the most "intelligent" Republican running for President. But not to worry, there's no way he's going to get elected even if he gets the nomination.

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