South Carolina and Newton Leroy Gingrich

Posted: January 23, 2012 in Uncategorized
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January 21, 2012 Newt Gingrich captured the GOP nomination in South Carolina. Many have come to the conclusion that the win of Newt Gingrich shows the racist and backwards nature of the great state of South Carolina. I beg to differ. I think the election of Newt was right on time. Technically Newt would be the best to go against Obama. It’s no secret that I am a Obama supporter but at the same time, I am a political activist meaning I look at both sides making me bi-partisan. Newt is a “Washington insider”, served as Speaker of the House under Clinton administration, and has worked across party lines. This in my opinion makes him a great candidate. Yeah Newt has a history of infidelity and has used the wrong choice of words but I still feel that he would make a great President. Under Clinton administration, Newt worked across party lines to bring the country into a SURPLUS and helped balance the budget in 1998 that hadn’t happen since 1969. All factors that are needed going forward in America. Newt even admitted on CNN this morning that there are more whites on welfare/food stamps versus blacks. The reason why most people say there are more blacks on government assistance is because of the small population of blacks versus whites in America, there is alot of “us” on assistance. Will Newt come in and take away all these programs? No. That will take LONGER then 4-8 years. Will he come in and help create jobs and bring America back to a surplus? I think so. Newt would serve as a great leader under the Obama administration.

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