Conservatives Laugh Off Gingrich Presidential Dreams

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Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 6:00 am
Newt Gingrich speaks at the New York City Tea Party on April 15 (Flickr: ajagendorf25)

Newt Gingrich speaks at the New York City Tea Party on April 15 (Flickr: ajagendorf25)

When Lisa Miller found out that former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich would be signing books on Saturday in McLean, Va., she hauled out her video camera. Miller, a Virginia businesswoman and sometime Republican candidate for local office, had gone to every Tea Party event and town hall meeting that she could get into this year. Every time, she’d turned on her camera and recorded a short on-the-scene video editorial about what was at stake. “I’m asking for Obama and the Democratic-controlled Congress to return our money,” she said in an April 15 video.

Image by: Matt Mahurin

Image by: Matt Mahurin

[buttons1] She had a bone to pick with Gingrich. On October 16, the former Speaker of the House endorsed Dede Scozzafava, the Republican candidate for the open seat in New York’s 23rd Congressional District. He was the last high-profile Republican to do so. Since then, Republicans from Sarah Palin to Dick Armey to Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R-Minn.) have endorsed Doug Hoffman, the Conservative Party candidate in the special election. If those politicians needed proof that they were doing right by the Republican base, they need only look to people like Miller and the twenty other Tea Party activists at the Barnes & Noble to demand an answer from Gingrich. In an organizing e-mail passed on to TWI, one activist suggested that they bring signs reading “Newt, You Know Better,” and grumbled that “if Tea Partiers can’t stop so-called conservatives from selling out, we might as well give up.”

The Tea Party activists got their time with Gingrich. His answer, uploaded to Miller’s YouTube account, made national news. “My bias is to be for the nominee of the local party,” Gingrich said, patiently, “and I don’t second guess the local party.” The Republican candidate had a better chance of winning the election, he argued, and it was foolish “for the conservative movement to think splitting in the special election is a smart idea.”

The day after meeting the Tea Party activists, Gingrich appeared on C-Span and announced, in a roundabout way, that he would consider a 2012 presidential bid. But as far as voters like Lisa Miller are concerned–and they’re echoed by some established Republican strategists–Gingrich has done serious damage to his credibility among the people who’ll choose the next Republican presidential nominee. Conservatives and libertarians who’d already doubted Gingrich have used the Scozzafava endorsement as a cudgel, a way to emphasize their own concerns.

“Newt’s hurt himself a little bit,” said David Keene, the chairman of the American Conservative Union and a pol with experience in intra-Republican squabbles that dates back to the Ronald Reagan-Gerald Ford primary battle of 1976. “It’s obviously not fatal, but if you go with the establishment all of the time, people assume that you’re part of the establishment. And that’s not a good place to be.”

Craig Shirley, a longtime Republican strategist who is working on Hoffman’s media outreach, called Gingrich a “friend” and would not disparage his decision. But he warned that “conservatives are going to point the finger at the NRCC and the Republican establishment for running hundreds of thousands of dollars on ads attacking Doug Hoffman.”

Online, the reaction to Gingrich’s decision has been swift and brutal. On October 22, he posted a lengthy explanation of his thinking on his Newt.org website, usually a hub for his fans. That posting has been drowned in negative comments, some sorrowful, some simply angry.

“You were the leader I was hoping the party could turn to,” wrote one commenter. “And then this…”

“It was people like Dede [Scozzafava] in Congress that got us to this point,” wrote another commenter. “You’re killing us!!”

“I was planning on voting for you in 2012,” wrote another commenter, “but that could be put on the back burner until I see the direction you are taking our country.”

Conservative opinion leaders have been just as rough, piling on Gingrich for mulling over a presidential run at the same time he defended Scozzafava.

“Newt for 2012?” wrote Michelle Malkin. “No thanks… constantly invoking Reagan isn’t going to erase the damage Gingrich has done to his brand over the years by wavering on core issues and teaming up with some of the Left’s biggest clowns.” Washington Times editorial writer Quin Hillyer wrote that Gingrich was “choking and sputtering” and had “lost touch with the concerns of the people he should be listening to.” Robert Stacy McCain, a conservative journalist whose occasional collaborator Lynn Vincent helped write Sarah Palin’s memoirs, labeled the former speaker “an unprincipled partisan hack.”

All of this comes after Gingrich–who polls well in potential 2012 primary tests–has put in several years cultivating the conservative base. In September, he appeared at Americans for Prosperity’s “Defending the American Dream” conference and talked about building a “non-partisan” conservative movement, with small-government activists entering both parties’ primaries to take the country back. In April, he even warned that a third party could rise up to replace the GOP if his party didn’t “break out of being the right-wing party of government” and apologize for its “big spending” ways under former President George W. Bush.

Bob Barr, a former House colleague of Gingrich who was the Libertarian Party’s 2008 nominee for president, chuckled when asked about the backlash to the former speaker’s turn away from that rhetoric. “Is anyone surprised?” asked Barr. “Newt’s not going to change. If conservatives are holding their breath about that, they’re doomed to die. It’s always good when these questions get asked about the Republican Party, but if you give up your principles to make sure the Democrats don’t win, that’s sort of a one step forward, five steps back sort of thing.”

In March, Gingrich became one of the first Republicans with national stature to endorse and embrace anti-tax Tea Parties. Gingrich’s 527 American Solutions for Winning the Future became a co-sponsor of the events, and Gingrich himself spoke at one of the largest April 15 events, a rally in New York City.

“I don’t think he ever was a viable 2012 candidate,” remarked Brett Joshpe, one of the other speakers at the New York rally. With the Scozzafava endorsement, “he certainly didn’t endear himself to his ‘base.’”

Eric Odom, a national Tea Party organizer who famously denied RNC Chairman Michael Steele a speaking slot at the April 15 Tea Party in Chicago, told TWI that he’d been “somewhat glad” when Gingrich endorsed the effort, and he’d added the “American Solutions” button to the official website. The Scozzafava had changed everything.

“On April 15, 2010, he would be one of the last people I’d ask for support,” said Odom. “I would not give him microphone time. I wouldn’t even welcome his endorsement or put his button on our website. If he runs for president, he would be in a position similar to where Dede [Scozzafava] is right now.”

Michael Patrick Leahy, a Tea Party activist who has transformed his TCOT Report website into a hub for Hoffman news, was just as harsh in his assessment. “In one ill informed decision, he has destroyed all the political capital he built up among the grassroots through his early public support for the Tax Day Tea Party,” said Leahy. “Every single person I’ve talked to in the Tea Party Movement is strongly supporting Doug Hoffman and simply can’t comprehend the former Speaker’s reasoning. His chances of securing support for a 2012 Presidential bid from the Tea Party Movement have turned to dust.”

Not all of the conservative activists reached by TWI were gloomy about Gingrich’s long-term prospects. Some suggested that the impact of the NY-23 election could fade as the 2010 midterms approached, and that if Hoffman pulled off a historic upset, all would be forgiven. But all admitted that Gingrich would find it harder to cast himself as a path-breaking conservative, bigger than his party.

“The fact of the matter is — and I happen to like Newt personally — he’s a Republican gladiator, not a conservative,” said David Keene, chairman of the American Conservative Union. “He’s done a lot of good for conservatives. His ideas tend to be conservative. But Newt’s a Republican first.”

Miller, back at home and watching her video of Gingrich answering her question appear on national news, was still disappointed in Gingrich’s response. The book he was promoting was a novel, about the bravery of George Washington and the men who won the Revolutionary War. She was mystified that Gingrich couldn’t see a historic battle when it broke out right in front of him.

“I’ve actually trained and gone to some of his functions for American Solutions,” said Miller. “But there’s a point where ‘pragmatism’ can erode our freedoms.”

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140 Comments

Robert
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 9:10 am

Yeah go ahead and splinter from within you self destructive idiots…we love it! Why don’t you all take your guns, go to Walmart and buy some ammo, and have your own civil war. We would love that also. Also, please let it be Sarah Palin in 2012! Please also continue to help us by supporting and propping up Beck, Limbaugh, and all the other empty headed loud mouths that represent you. The GOP is about as popular as syphilis these days and it is interesting to watch them accelerate their slide into irrelevance.


Pete
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 2:05 pm

Huh, the country couldn’t afford the Iraq War, and only half the country supported it, yet the same people screaming “Tea Party” called Iraq War critics “traitors”.

Do you feel that somehow Newt is incorrect in his assessment that you can’t effectively govern by only appealing to 20% of the country?


trippin
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 2:30 pm

“Conservatives Laugh Off Gingrich Presidential Dreams”

That’s funny — it made me laugh too! And they say right wingers don’t have a sense of humor!


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 3:04 pm

According to http://www.garyjohnson2012.com former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson is laying the groundwork for a possible 2012 presidential run by forming a PAC and releasing his book.

This is the guy to watch. A true fiscal conservative during a time when the economy needs some mending.


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Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 3:34 pm

Let’s just vote for the candidate with our conservative American values! Let that be the NEW party. The other “republicans” can join the democrat party. So sorry Newt has stood by another republican who looks like a dem. That’s a shame. I have been a life-time republican who now wishes the party be REPLACED with Americans who love country, free speech, small businesses. Go America…let’s prosper again!


Danny Johnson
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 3:36 pm

As the tea baggers and the birthers define the republican party it becomes obvious that their goal is to become a small ideology pure, minor, regional party. While as a democrat it is tempting to embrace that idea (vanquishing the enemy) it’s somewhat self destructive. America needs a “loyal opposition”. Americans need more than a single parties ideas. It’s been a long time since a new major party formed but maybe it is time. Perhaps a true liberal party. Perhaps a conservative party with real ideas other than “just say no”. Todays democrats are actually moderates rather than true liberals. Todays republicans have been hijacked by the nut jobs. I believe that Americans want a greater choice.


de stijl
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 3:42 pm

20% of the electorate yields you exactly zero sitting legislators. Is that really a winning strategy?


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 3:44 pm

If Bachmann, Palin, Timmy and Armey support this guy, he has to be the ‘worst person in the world’! Or, just like them, ick.


Greg
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:06 pm

When will these teabaggers realize they don’t represent the right. They represent 15 to 20% of it and they’re heroes are doomed to fail in elections. If they really want to win back any control at all they need to moderate a bit. If they keep up this hate the party they think they own will become as popular as the Green Party. Look who their heroes are, Palin, Bachman. They’re just not that smart.


de stijl
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:11 pm

I’m not an upstate New Yorker, so take this with a grain of salt.

It seems to me that Scozzafava is a mainstream New York Republican which puts her to the left of the Republican party in toto. (Just like a mainstream Democratic legislator in Lousiana is to the right of the national Democratic caucus.)

As evidenced by their reaction, many national stage level Republicans seem unaware of regional degrees of ideology that are appropriate for the local climate.

Actually, they’re not unaware at all; they just placing a bet on Hoffman.

Here’s the rub: if their bet pays off and the insurgent righter-than-thou tea party faction pulls it off and actually elects Hoffman, it will hurt them nationally in that it will encourage others to attack Republican incumbents (or nominees) from the right during primary season and, probably given the existing circumstance (although NY has some wacky ballot rules), into the general election, thereby splitting the Right leaning vote. Republican strategists would like to make the 2010 midterm elections about Obama / stimulus / HCR / unemployment and not about who is the right kind of Republican.

Hitching your wagon to political purists is almost universally a bad idea.

Intriguing blog post idea: Compare and contrast Scozzafava / Hoffman to Lieberman / Lamont.


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:24 pm

It worked in the last election. The flat earth folks screamed like drunken gibbons over McCain, and he STILL got the nomination. Then he kowtowed to them, throws them some bait here and there and got his ass handed to him in November.

Keep going to the right…it works!


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:32 pm

The Democratic Party could have split apart in 2007/08 along Obama/Progressive vs. Clinton/TradLib lines. Indeed, the pundits predicted that highlighting that split all the way to the convention heralded the doom of any Democratic ticket. Didn’t happen. The question now is: Can the TradPubs absorb the Tea Peeps? From all indications, the answer is that the Tea Peeps think thery own the Pubs and won’t compromise.As a Clinton supporter who was perfectly happy to vote for Obama, I couldn’t be happier.


Citizen 4 American Principles
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:33 pm

The issue is not personalities, the issue is what is best for America’s future.

Hoffman is best for America’s future, so everyone should support Hoffman.

Gingrich’s mistake is understandable. Had he thought Hoffman had a ghost of a chance, he’d likely have endorsed Hoffman.

FYI – Club for Growth polling has Hoffman in the lead (as of 10/25/09).


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:40 pm

Tea Partiers need to just come out and become what they are — The Evangelical Christian Party. They are not republicans or conservatives so much as they are religious zealots of the scary cult known as modern American Evangelical Christianity. Those people would just as soon see a liberal or progressive literally dead than not.


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:42 pm

My God, this is hilarious. The republican party is having it’s very own purity jihad, it’s very own ‘let’s burn all the witches’ crusade.

The un-pure and un-worthy must be cast into the fires of hell.

This is what a gloves off, back alley beating over political power and party control looks like.

Pass the popcorn. The implosion of the republican party is going to be fun to watch.


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Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:48 pm

“Sieze” control? “Only” half the country? In a democracy, we hold elections. Half plus one wins. In the most recent case, it was half plus several million. We can debate why that happened, but the why does not change the reality that the ticket that was clearly the more conservative failed miserably and the ticket, including the Congressional candidates, that were clearly more liberal won. You’ve got two years (minus the last few months) to begin the process of changing that. This article demonstrates the difficulty that the Pubs will have doing that.


Wintermute
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:02 pm

This and Kristol saying the center of gravity of the republicans is with Beck and Limbaugh. These people are circling the bowl, making the last round trip before the long plunge down into the sewer where they belong.


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:02 pm

Yes that is what I think. They should be done with it.


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:03 pm

Then you should be a democrat. We love free speech – just check out the ACLU. Just as many democrats die in our wars as republicans. And we love small business – its big monopolistic cartels we are against, as you should be too. I think the main difference is we insist on facts to bolster our arguments. Why are you ant-fact? Why make up so much vile stuff? Did you drop out of school too early? Do you come from a family where education is distrusted in favor or faith, rumor, and lie?


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:09 pm

wrong! They are also agnostics, like me. I guess it’s just easier to dismiss something than make an honest effort to understand – or are you deliberately trying to denigrate the whole movement?. YOU and people like you who can’t think outside the box are a large part of the problem.


Michael
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 12:11 pm

Yeah go further right idiots, you can see how well its working.


Dickshady2
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 12:19 pm

Gingrich's endorsement of Scozzafava is like Charlie Crist, supposedly a Conservative, hugging Obama down in Florida.


yknot
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:21 pm

The rep contenders:-

Silver haired Senator from Texas who benefits from taxpayers monies to pay for his health care and then calls the “public health option a trojan horse” Hypocrite.

Newt: The gad about Republican that has become a comic figure in politics.

Ms. Palin: A mother and politician(?) whose efforts have been to make believe that she really stand for Republicanism.

Mike Huckabee: Several Republicans call him, “Israel’s candidate and others call him (because of his past religious associations) Mullah Huckabee.

The party of Lincoln has sad to say fallen to new lows. Which in an unplanned way could provide the venue for young and more serious and representative Republicans to run for office.


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:25 pm

You think so? I am a small government, ex-military and I worked the CA primary for Ron Paul. You are welcome to algin yourself with bigots, white racists and people with no respect for real liberty. Until people like YOU toss out the lunatics from the movement you will be foreever defined by them.


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:29 pm

Pete’s right, plus, I can’t accept your description of these teabaggers as “a citizen revolt at a government that is determined at any cost to sieze more control and ram through an agenda”. You might have more credibility on this point if these same people had protested the Bush Administration’s non-stop assault on the Constitution and our freedom’s during it’s 8 years in office. No Presidency in our history has mounted a stronger campaign to “sieze more control” than Bush-Cheney. Where were you then? Nowhere. A deafening silence. Pure hypocrisy.


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:33 pm

With a name like Scozzafava, she couldn’t possibly be one of “us.”


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:39 pm

What this country needs is a Palin/Gingrich team or maybe a Bachmann running on behalf of the GOP. The right wing may as well bury itself after it digs its own grave.


Anonymous
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:41 pm

It’ll never work for Newt. He isn’t crackpot crazy enough for the new Tea Bagging GOP whackadoodles. Which is a pretty sad indictment of the GOP these days…


rockinrod
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:48 pm

Where were all these nitwits while so many American freedoms were being eroded and trampled by the last administration? How very near sighted!


Happy Liberal
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 12:54 pm

Wonderful to see the Republicans savaging each other. The best protection for our country is for the far right to keep its grip tight and make sure that only unelectable candidates are nominating. Undoing what Bush and his minions did to this country will take at least 20 years of Democratic dominance. Thanks for helping us out!


de stijl
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 1:26 pm

When Newt Gingrich is your voice of reason, you have a problem.


Tom Mariner
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 1:48 pm

Everyone wants to grab a piece of the “tea parties”. The left and the Administration toss it off as a piece of not too clever showmanship, while the right claims it was a grass roots uprising for Conservatism. Both are wrong. The gatherings were and are a citizen revolt at a government that is determined at any cost to sieze more control and ram through an agenda. Even though some of the jerks attending the “parties” were disrespectful of our President, the real worry they have is that we can't afford it, and it is something that only half the country wants.

I have followed Newt, not for any political reasons, but for his clear knowledge of my field, healthcare and his very experienced and rational (although Republican) view on the way our Congress is being run. I also like that although he disagrees with a lot of what is going on in Washington, he will put up with no disrespect for our President and elected leaders.


wikwox
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 1:51 pm

Miller is Bat Sh*t Crazy! Behold this brand of Conservatism and tremble Republicans, it will doom you and your party. Without unity Republicans will never win elections, there just are not enough of them. Newts history but he called this one right.


Name
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 2:11 pm

I may have found the “third party” that Newt was looking for,
http://www.theregressiveparty.com


gaggy
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 2:12 pm

Though I wholeheartedly disagree with nearly every position Newt Gingrich has ever taken — at least I can recognize him as a smart, dedicated man with the chops to run the country if elected. The best part of this story was when the journalist who helped write Palin's memoir labeled Gingrich “an unprincipled partisan hack.” That this journalist apparently couldn't see the irony in anyone suporting Palin calling anyone else, in the world, unprincipled and partisan, displays the requisite amount of cognitive dissonance required to support today's GOP. I only hope America keeps deciding not to let these mouth-breathing neanderthals drag us down with them. These cretins hate science and education, not to mention diplomacy, intellectual curiosity, the environment, and anything that wouldn't fit nicely into an episode of “Leave it to Beaver.” America, for some reason, gave the a shot from 2000 to 2008 — and can anyone think of a single good thing that came of that? We stood still, and in many ways slid backwards for 8 full years, when we should have been securing our place at the top. It's time to shrug off these dusty remnants of our supersticious, brutal, selfish past and progress into the future.


IreneH
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 2:42 pm

If Newt is so offensive to the conservatives in the GOP, who do they consider an acceptable, realistic leader? I find most of them embarrassing and appalling.


tjwdraws
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 2:43 pm

If the devil (Michelle Malkin) doesn't like him – there must be something good about him after all!


Swan
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 2:48 pm

The Republican party's Frankenstein they created has gotten off the table and started to attack its creater. The Republican party will live to regret what they created in the TEA PARTY movement.


dianaokay
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 3:05 pm

I say the right of the Repub party has every “right” to promote their own candidates. The only way the Repub party will get a clear message is to know which direction they are going in. Let the RINOs join the Democrates. (Actually, if McCain had chosen Tom Ridge as VP, he might have won or narrowed the margin. He lost because he was too conservative for the general population.)


Rockinrod
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 3:16 pm

I love “mouth-breathing neanderthals” and will use it in my future posts…without accreditation. Thanks, gaggy!!!
Rod


essar1
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 3:25 pm

And don't forget how much a drag Palin was on the ticket. They try and dance around that, the conservative pundits especially, but the public saw through her pretty quickly – and she did herself no favors outside of a scripted format. And that trend continues for her…


kladinvt
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 3:53 pm

Repugs and Fox played up to the lowest common denominators out there and this is what they reap! GOOD, keep it up wing-nuts!


ClayBarham
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:12 pm

Gingrich is a typical Republican “leader” who follows anyone accepted as a republican, regardless of whether that person supports the advertised GOP positions, which most of their leaders do not, such as McCain and Graham. This is what will propel Sarah Palin to the top in the view of most grassroots republicans…let us hope. Look at the Dems, as cited in THE CHANGING FACE OF DEMOCRATS on Amazon and http://www.claysamerica.com, when they switched from Jefferson and Madison to Rousseau and Marx, where they are now. It is time for the GOP to switch to Jefferson and Madison.


Rockinrod
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:23 pm

Agreed…but third parties have a pretty miserable record in American history…


tajitj
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:26 pm

I am with you, Gary Johnson will be the dark horse. With the term libertarian being thrown around, having a guy who actually have libertarian positions will be interesting.
Of course the war party leaders will do everything in their power to make sure he is downplayed. He is not just another Ron Paul, Gary is a better politician, something Ron Paul is not, meaning he will be able to make the case alot better than Paul could.


jupitor
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:30 pm

I wouldn't vote for any one Palin had a mind to vote for! That lady scares me. The problem is the party is so fractured now, I don't see any leaders at all! I was hopeing a good one would amerge, so I could at least go back to the party I supported for so many years once again. Palins the reason I voted Obama.


Rockinrod
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:37 pm

You are indeed a nitwit. This “Only me and my friends love country, free speech, small businesses” BS is so arrogant. My father served his country and became a Maj Gen in the Army…my uncle served his country and became 4 stars in the Air Force. He's buried on a hillside in Arlington, my father is buried at West Point. So why don't you and your arrogant know it all super-patriots go stuff yourselves!!! You don't have to be a Teabagging idiot to love your country, fool. Your kind nearly destroyed this country over the past 8 years, or were you too busy waving a flag to notice??!!


metanoia2k
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:51 pm

The Tea-Baggers remind me of the LaRouche followers during the New Left days of the Anti-War 60's and early '70s. LaRouche's militancy and self-destructive tendencies metastasized to the Left and fragmented the Democratic Party, crippling its ability to move McGovern beyond the base. The egomaniacs who run the Tea-Bag party are high on the adulation and the feel-good sensation of their 12%, but at some point, the 'pragmatism' that Lisa Miller abjures will enter the noisy study hall like the Vice Principal for Discipline and they will either behave or get the hell out of school.


stevesemple
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 4:53 pm

Great work, David Weigel. In one commentary on Dr. Cockamamie, Newt., you manage to include almost every right wing nut case. Malkin, Palin, Armey, Pawlenty. I love it. Next time you offer something about Newt, don't forget Coulter, O'Reilly, and maybe mention Cheney as well.


KarenJ
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:04 pm

You said, “…the journalist who helped write Palin's memoir labeled Gingrich “an unprincipled partisan hack.”

That's exactly what Robert Stacy McCain is, and more. He's led some vicious lying attacks on several Alaska bloggers who've had the temerity to question his idol Sarah Palin's ethics, her truthfulness (not much, if you refer to the decades-long list compiled by Andrew Sullivan's researchers), and her governance of Alaska in that self-shortened 2-1/2 years (she was good at taking credit for work done by others, or for plans that may never be realized — ex: the natural gas pipeline).

Look at the Archives at Palingates, most particularly the entry at palingates.blogspot.com/2009/08/sarah-palin-and-truth.html and the comments under palingates.blogspot.com/2009/08/so-sarah-palin.html


KarenJ
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:10 pm

I applaud Charlie Crist for being the face of a potential bipartisan legislator, unlike the majority of partisan Republican hacks unwilling to part with their corporate campaign contributions or the opinions of the ignorant rubes that comprise a small segment of their constituency.

If that bipartisan-seeming gesture to President Obama earns him no praise in his state, he should head for one that's more likely to welcome a man willing to reach across the political divide/aisle.


Neal Norvell
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:31 pm

Newt your time has come and gone. And the sad part abut it is that not too many folks remember who you are/were.


Neal Norvell
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 5:33 pm

If those old white staunch Conservatives knew what the 20th century definition of tea bagging was they wouldn't use the phrase. It goes against their conservative values.


Annie
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 10:38 pm

Metanoia, sorry to tell you, but the LaRouchites had nothing whatsoever to deo with fragmenting the Democratic Party! They were a bunch of certifiably wacko children living off their parents lifetime proceeds, and not even close……..really not close to being anything like the new wacky true blue Americans who think, or have convinced themselves that they are the “only real” Americans ………at least the only ones who count. Crazy is crazy, but the LaRouche crowd really really needed meds, and probably still do.


moorlock2003
Comment posted October 27, 2009 @ 11:03 pm

Newt is a has-been. He comes crawling out of the woodwork thinking he has a chance at become the leader of the Republican party? Pathetic.


SeattleSean
Comment posted October 28, 2009 @ 12:16 am

Hoffman doesn't even live in the district he is running in; let alone being unable to discuss or address the needs of the community – as per the local editorials there. That's best for America's future?


SeattleSean
Comment posted October 28, 2009 @ 12:20 am

If you studied your American history you would know the democrats are more of the Hamilton and Madison persuasion. The repiblicans are more like Curly and Moe and the tea baggers are irrelevent to the needs and lives of their neighbors and fellow citizens. Rousseau and Marx- obiously you haven't rad them or have an understanding of the background that bred their values and thoughts.


GettingItDone
Comment posted October 28, 2009 @ 1:29 am

All of these democrat hacks commenting on here about how the Republicans are imploding, and how the “Tea Party” movement is a dangerous “fringe” movement make me laugh. The fact of the matter is that these posters are actually liberals and progressives that are alarmed and scared, and trying to covertly stop the reshaping of the Republican party. The fact of the matter is that writer of this article is spot on. The old Republican GOP establishment is over. Done. Longtime Republicans are ticked off at Newt Gingrich for not having the stones to bravely stand up, while the brave conservatives who did stand up are growing: Sarah Palin, Fred Thompson, Dick Armey, Michelle Bachman, Tim Pawlenty, Rudy Gulianni, Jim DeMint, etc, the list is growing. The Tea Party movement is NOT some fringe right wing fractious movement like the La Rouche people. The Tea Party movement is a MAINSTREAM movement, made up of democrats, independents, and republicans of all races. Conservatives don't care if democrats are elected over liberal RINO's (Republican In Name Only) by the vote being split 3 ways, as long as we root the fake RINO's out of our party, and send them packing. If a few democrats get elected, people will get even sicker of the democrats failed policies, high unemployment, and over government regulation on their lives and businesses. The long term strategy of Conservatives is to take back the Republican Party. If the old Republican GOP establishment does not join us, they can step aside. If they do not step aside, we will PUSH them aside. Conservatives are not kidding around this time, and are sick and tired of being lied to. Minorities are also trending conservative because they are sick and tired of the victimhood and go-Green brainwashing of the democrats. Minorities have conservative values rooted in their families and cultures, and are being welcomed in the Tea Parties, and Conservative groups. Conservatives and Tea Parties are NOT racists, and have no room for racists in their ranks. Racists will be sent packing also.


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Yeah, we're deliberately denigrating the whole tea party movement. Why? Because it's made up of idiots, morons, and fanatics.


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I surprised anyone would have trouble “understanding Newt's reasoning” on this. It's the same old song we've been hearing from the GOP beltway leadership since Reagan left town.

Here's the dealio, peeps. They are the Wise and Mighty Party Leaders who govern from upon high. We are not to question them at any time, because that would be divisive to the Party (may its tribe ever prosper). So just sit down, shut up, send in your checks and do what you are told like good soldiers, mmmkay?

That's your part of the Covenant. The Wise and Mighty Party Leaders' part of the Covenant is to graciously accept your checks, grant thee the privilege of writing more (assuming the first ones clear, otherwise credit card only, please), insert meaningless and unenforceable core-issue-sounding clauses into legislation, and regularly spout strong conservative rhetoric where it has no actual effect, and constantly invoke Reagan's legacy to do things he would never consider. The Wise and Mighty Party Leaders will do these things for thee, that thee might be sated, until the Moon falls into the Earth (unless of course the strident and divisive nature of what thee needs to hear causes strife in the Wise and Mighty Party Leaders' efforts to sacrifice principle in seeking accommodation with the Left, in which case thee shall sit thee down and shut thee up until the Wise and Mighty Party Leaders signal it is time for thee to resume, engaging in quiet meditation or writing out checks).

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