Newt on the Attack!

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by RCG Trader, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. Maverick74


    You don't understand how the game works. This is exactly what got Obama elected. Hilary and Bill beat the shit out of him in the primary and toughened him up so much that he devoured McCain in the general. Romney needs someone to pound him into the ground so he will be ready for Obama. Think of it like preparing for a heavyweight fight. Romney is a wimp and needs some gym time. That old "aww shucks guy" from 2008 needs to be killed and he needs to be re-born into a man eating monster. Newt will do that for him. Obama is toast.
  2. +1

    Cant wait.I do like seeing Newt crying like a little girl over super pac adds destroying him after he supported The Supreme Courts decision to allow them

    Its also going to be fun watching Romney get destroyed by them after using them to destroy Newt.Obama cant touch the Mormon issue,but the super pacs can
  3. Maverick74


    And what exactly is the "Mormon" issue?
  4. pspr


    Gingrich has shown us why he can't be the nominee. He gets angry and vindictive above all else easily. He loses his perspective. This is the same way he became when things didn't go his way as Speaker.

    That's not the temperament a President should have. Obama is much the same way but not as bad as Newt.
  5. lol, hope does spring eternal with you righties:D

    Newt is going to throw the kitchen sink at Mittens, and Newt is a pit bull, everyone knows that.

    By the time Newt is done, all the DNC will have to do is run Newts attack ads in the general, they won't have to make any of their own.
  6. The Mormon issue is that many Christians think Mormonism is a cult, especially in the South. Between the Mormon thing and Obamneycare, the base of the GOP might just sit it out.
  7. Maverick74


    The GOP would vote for a scientologist over Obama. Trust me on this. Just trust me.
  8. Maverick74


    That theory is bullshit. You could have said the same thing about the GOP running Hilary's ads. It doesn't work that way.
  9. Magic underoos,they're a cult,they're not Christians,polygamy,many republicans and independents wont vote for a Mormon etc

    PRINCETON, NJ -- Though the vast majority of Americans say they would vote for their party's nominee for president in 2012 if that person happens to be a Mormon, 22% say they would not, a figure largely unchanged since 1967.

    The question is mainly relevant to the Republican and independent vote in 2012, given that the current Republican front-runner, Mitt Romney, is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, commonly known as the Mormon church, and that another Mormon, former Utah Gov. and former Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman, may enter the race for the GOP nomination as early as next week.

    The new Gallup poll, conducted June 9-12, finds nearly 20% of Republicans and independents saying they would not support a Mormon for president. That is slightly lower than the 27% of Democrats saying the same.

    The largest differences in opposition to voting for a Mormon for president are by educational level, with adults who have not attended college more resistant than those with some college experience or college graduates. This educational pattern is seen in attitudes about voting for someone from almost all of the specific religious or demographic groups tested in the poll.

    There are no significant differences on this question by gender, age, region of the country, or religious preference. Additionally, the views of Americans who attend their place of worship weekly are no different from those of less frequent attenders or non-attenders.

    Opposition to Mormon President Among the Most Common Voting Bias

    At 22%, Americans' resistance to electing a Mormon president, even one nominated by their own party, is exceeded only by their opposition to electing someone who is either gay or lesbian (32%) or an atheist (49%). By contrast, less than half as many, 10%, say they would not vote for a Hispanic, and fewer than 10% would not vote for a nominee who is Jewish, Baptist, Catholic, female, or black.

    #10     Jan 5, 2012