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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The next president of the United States....

While others have jumped on one or the other presidential bandwagons I have often held out. Four years ago I held out and did not jump on the Tennessee Fred Thompson bandwagon because I held out hope that one person would get in the presidential race.

He never did.

That man was Newt Gingrich.


Now its four years later and things are different. Newt is not only in but in and moving up fast. As many of you know I have always liked Newt Gingrich. I have always thought of Newt as an idea man in a field that is often devoid of creative idea people. A man who could sell our vision and message where others could not. A man who can unify where others could not.

Candidates have risen and fallen based on their performances at debates. Some go up for a short time then stumble back down. Newt has only gone up. He started off all but dead in the polls, he has climbed the polls after every debate. Debates have been the key and will be what wins the day in the presidential election when it is head to head with Obama.

Newt is a person who knows how and when to fight, but doesn't have to. His arguments are so tight he is near bullet proof. He is a person who always has had a way of presenting facts and issues in a historical light that connected with modern events. An ability to not just yell and scream to make a point but relate complex issues in ways that average people could look at and say "Yes, That makes sense to me."

A way of showing why our ideas are better and will work and not just ripping people down.

Yes, there were and are other quality candidates out there and any would be an improvement over our current president but one man, to me, rises above the others. While he may not be the perfect person, candidate or absolutely right on every single issue with absolutely no shortcomings, the perfect person with a realistic chance of beating Obama is not out there.

Newt is the man who can best pull the factions together and get it done.

I have been in talks with the Newt Gingrich campaign for some time (Even back before he was considered second tier much less first tier). Myself and Rep. Tony Shiply have agreed to be the statewide co chairs for the Gingrich presidency.

Those interested in getting involved can contact me through the comments section on this blog or through my e mail (stacey@votestacey.com) or on my cell (865)455-2627.

17 comments:

  1. Yes, he is a traditional man, married once, twice, three times!

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  2. This is bad news Stacey.

    The real Newt Gingrich
    http://vimeo.com/6445068

    Newt Gingrich is a dangerous Neo-Con. Please read this article.
    http://www.thenewamerican.com/index.php/usnews/politics/2396-newt-gingrich-the-establishments-conservative?showall=1

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  3. Stacey, Newt is entirely too liberal for you. He will say things in his own pseudo-intellectual way just in the next two weeks that will make you blush and regurgitate. If you think Newt's positions on immigration are troublesome for you, wait until he gets back to talking about the Ryan budget, economic policy and many social issues. Newt is a traditional Republican, one who has his own ideas, not someone who slavishly adheres to the conservative line of today.

    If you want an ideological ho, look to Mitt Romney Version 6.o. He agrees with you on everything and if he doesn't, staytuned. He is ideologically flexible.

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  4. Newt Gingrich, in my opinion, is the worst possible Republican nominee of the announced candidates. He is ideologically committed to the Council on Foreign Relations whose aim is (and has been since its founding in 1921) global governance. Global governance and the Declaration of Independence are incompatible. Newt will be consistent in undermining the Constitutional foundations of national sovereignty which oppose global governance as he has been his whole political life.

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  5. Newt Gingrich is dedicated to the Council On Foreign Relations agenda. That agenda is to establish an elitist world government which is, as it must be to achieve dominion, diametrically opposed to the Declaration of Independence.

    Newt, as head of state for the United States, will go to the United Nations/NATO/SEATO (not Congress) to prosecute foreign policy, as did Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy (with exception to Cuba) Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan (with exception to Grenada), Bush 41, Clinton, Bush 43 and Obama.

    Ron Paul, as Head of State, will follow the Constitutional mandate that the President is the Executive for Congress, not the United Nations. My support goes to the Constitution and Ron Paul.

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  6. Newt would make an excellent advisor, or perhaps VP. He does not have much of a record as an admistrator, and what he has is shaky at best.

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  7. I agree with you regarding Newt Gingrich. I think he could make an excellent president. Is he perfect? No, and I don't believe that there IS such a thing as a perfect human.

    I think he, along with other conservatives in Congress and some good cabinet members, could really turn this country around and assist in getting back to our Christian roots. The virtues that spring from said roots offer the greatest freedom and authentic tolerance for all.

    Such freedom encourages common sense...with solid and truly fair economics as a result.
    And, of course, this will also lead to less poverty.
    KM

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  8. BAD MOVE! You have just attached yourself to the Titanic and will be putting a very bad taste in the mouths of many of your constituents. You're guaranteed to regret this; brace yourself.

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  9. I was going to start my response with I can't believe you're backing a CFR global government minion, but others have already pointed that fact out.

    "His arguments are so tight he is near bullet proof." Are you serious? He has so many holes shot in him that pundits wrote him off months ago. It's only because Herman Cain and Rick Perry has proven to have little more than air inside their head and because Michele Bachmann never really polled as high as the media portrayed that Newt is even being given a second chance by those who see through Romney.

    His latest tactic has been to attack the media rather than answer questions. It was funny the first couple of times, until it became obvious that it was a tactic.

    Here are a few examples of Newt's flip flopping. http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2011/11/25/flip-flopping-newt-gingrich/

    He backed the individual mandate, as did Romney, yet attacks ObamaCare with a straight face.

    Look to a man's personal life to see how he may conduct himself in office. Newt has cheated on two wives, while demagoguing the matter by saying the second affair was "partially driven by how passionately I felt about this country, that I worked too hard." He also said this with a straight face. He is the only Speaker of the House to be disciplined for an ethics violation. Now he is obese. Gluttony, adultery and ethics violations are the characteristics of a man with weak moral and personal character, and the inability to exercise will power, not exactly good leadership traits.

    Furthermore, he resigned not only from being Speaker, but from Congress when Republicans contemplated replacing him as speaker because he was such a liability. Do Republicans want someone who may quit midway through the Presidency? Many questioned Sarah Palin's ability to lead when she resigned midterm as Governor. What about a Speaker who resigned after only 4 years because even the Republicans are embarrassed by him? http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2011/11/25/flip-flopping-newt-gingrich/

    You and Shipley choosing Gingrich while several other State legislators are supporting Rick Perry, should show the people that getting rid of the 17th amendment and letting our Senators be chosen by the State legislature would be a mistake.

    This looks like a case of picking a team man, rather than looking to character, integrity and record of the candidate. If you want a Republican, who spends a lot of time talking about the team rather than liberty and freedom, then pick the team R man. But don't embarrass yourself by making ridiculous statements like "His arguments are so tight he is near bullet proof," when your R team man has a lot of baggage you'll have to carry.

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  10. Seriously?, You back and willfully campaign for Gingrich? NEWT GINGRICH??? The same man that supports nationalized healthcare,carbon taxs,WTO,GATT and NAFTA.The only truth in this man is in his name Newt --newt:
    noun
    1. any of several brilliantly colored salamanders of the family Salamandridae, especially those of the genera Triturus and Notophthalmus, of North America, Europe, and northern Asia.
    2. any of various other small salamanders.

    Gingrich is a quintessential Newt, slippery and squirmy to grasp at best.

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  11. Stacey -

    Sorry, man, but the next POTUS is going to ge the same as the last one. We as a Party have not recruited a quality candidate, and the base is not energized. All we have been able to offer are liberal Mitt, cap-and-trading morally devoid Newt, and nutball anti-Semite Paul. We'll get what we deserve for our inability to offer America a choice it can embrace.

    Cheers,

    Rob

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  12. I do believe that ANY of the republicans now in the running, would be FAR superior to Obama. NONE are perfect, but I DO prefer Newt to Romney if it seems to be between those two, otherwise I plan on sticking with Perry

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  13. The heroes of the American Revolution were called the Sons of Liberty. The Constitution was drafted to Secure the Blessings of Liberty from potential threat of the types of government power over which the Revolution was fought. "LIBERTY!" is still the cry of the Patriot today. The Founding Fathers would be ashamed of our present form of unconstitutional and oppressive government. Thomas Jefferson thought we might have to have a revolution once about every 20 years or so just to keep the government in check. The spirit of liberty is a wildfire which can break out all over this country at any time. It's up to the modern day "Sons of Liberty" to be vigilant citizens. Some things are not up for grabs for our government to take from us, after such a lofty price was paid for those liberties. It's time Americans demand a return to the Constitution by this illegal government.
    After the Republican Primary debate held on Tuesday the 22nd of Nov., is there any doubt left that all the Republican Presidential candidates besides one will expand the size, scope, and power of government in every part of our lives? We MUST stand for our God-given Natural Rights for which we fought a Revolution and drafted a Constitution. We must stand with RON PAUL 4 LIBERTY!
    http://cvrp2012.com/2011/11/22/from-the-war-in-afghanistan-to-the-ron-paul-revolution/

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  14. If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck it is a duck. Newt has some very bad connections and character issues as well. I respect Senator Campfield but think he is making a bad association.

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  15. Good move Stacy, some of our other state leaders have sure jumped on the wrong bandwagons! Lamar
    with Huntsman, Lt. Gov. with Perry (not terrible choice) Of course, Madam Speaker and the other usual suspects (Welch & other Rino's) that follow the Washington lead are supporting Mitt after it appeared he would be the nominee! Paul supporters are fierce but certainly riding the
    wrong horse for this important primary.

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  16. Rob define semite. Before you say someone is against someone or something, define it. Semites traditionally included all people who speak a semetic language.

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  17. Newt Gingrich believes that Constitutional limits on the federal government is a far too restrictive way to govern. He subscribes to the ideals propounded in "The Third Wave" a book which he distributed to the entire congress when assuming the speakership. He is dangerous because he voices conservatism in a winning way, but it is not reflected in his philosophy. Please abandon his ship.

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