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Newt Gingrich & David Barton

OK, the source is Right Wing Watch, but here is Gingrich speaking with Rick Green, one of David Barton’s colleagues at Wallbuilders, but, clearly, ‘at’ Barton.

Gingrich: All I can tell you is that sometime in February or March, Calista and I and our family will be making this decision. As you know, I’m a great admirer of your work and of all you’ve done to teach Americans about their history and the roots of American freedom. And I can assure you that if we do decide to run next year, we’re promptly going to call you and say “we need your help, and we need your advice, and we need your counsel.” It’s more than a voting matter. If we decide to run, David, we’re going to need you.


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  • Polichinello · December 20, 2011 at 3:29 am

    Whoa, there. You found a politician pandering to a supporter. Wow, sure am glad I’m sitting down for that world-shaking news!

  • cynthia curran · December 26, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    Well, Gingrich like Perry is a loser. Rommey won because Gingrich was too lazy to put himself on the ballot in Virginia. Also, its good because both the south and the southwest have not always been great on the Republican Party. Both Bushes and Reagan were influence too much by Mexico on the immirgation issue. And Newth represented the county in Gerogia which had the highest foreign born which is why he was involved in a scheme for legalization of at least 5 million hispanics. Rommey not the greatest but he is from a region where the Republican party has not had much infleuce which gets the party away from the Evangelical South and since he is a mormon this might in the long term mean the party will be less Evangelical 10 years from now. G W Bush was the ideal candidate for a lot of the relgious right while Mccain and Rommey are not.



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