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gcdugas
01-23-2012, 12:05 AM
John King was bamboozled with sheer brazenness and bullying bluster of a raving sociopath. Startled by Gingrich's in-your-face nastiness, he never regained his composure enough to think clearly and then "agree" with Newt that such tawdry stuff should not be a focal point and then put the screws to Gingrich by demanding an on-the-spot apology for the exact same way he treated Clinton.

Step #1)
We should make an internet petition go viral (and plant it on several left-wing sites as well such as Salon and Huffpo) demanding that Newt issue a public apology to Bill Clinton. Even make a simple YouTube of Newt in the 90's blovating piously about Clinton's peccadilloes and then lace in some clips when Newt was dressing down John King. MUST MAKE this idea as viral as possible.

Step #2)
Anticipating silence from the official Gingrich camp, Dr. Paul should immediately make reliability and consistency an issue by saying.... "the American people deserve to know where a candidate stands on things. If Mr. Gingrich has changed his mind on the matter, the people deserve to know... Do you want to take the time right now to offer Bill Clinton an apology for the way you treated him?"

And Dr. Paul should refuse to go any further until he had secured that apology from the Newtster on-the-spot. Newt would have no choice but to offer that apology or admit guilt to prima-facia hypocrisy and lying.

This what we need to do... Start everything we can do to bombard every corner of social media and the blogosphere with the online petition and somehow get through to the RP campaign and have Doug Wead drop this same bomb when he is interviewed live on the morning shows. We MUST NOT relent until Newt cries "uncle" in public humiliation.



Sincerely,
Graham C. Dugas III
Hilton Head, S.C.


Vi Veri Veniversum Vivus Vici.

emazur
01-23-2012, 02:53 AM
Couldn't Gingrich just claim that he was going after Clinton for lying, not for adultery? That's why Paul supported Clinton's impeachment

RonPaulMyPresident
01-23-2012, 04:15 AM
I don't think its a good idea for Ron Paul and Ron Paul supporters to be focusing on Newt Gingrich. Mitt Romney is much more of a threat to Ron Paul's campaign.

Newt will have his popularity in the south but there's no way he's going to get delegates when we travel up north and to the west. We can use Newt to damage Romney hard and get Romney out before Newt because we are competing for the same voters Romney is gathering (the educated voters).

Mostly the minority uneducated warmongers in the south are voting for Newt. He'll be destroyed once we get up north and to the west of the country.

LineHogs
01-28-2012, 07:14 PM
Couldn't Gingrich just claim that he was going after Clinton for lying, not for adultery? That's why Paul supported Clinton's impeachment

Yes because you can't impeach someone for adutery. Every single charge and press conference was about lying under oath. At most you might catch some clips on the ethical side of it but nothing directly relating to the charges. Therefore any Republican of the time can easily say the charges and votes had nothing to do with the morality of the affair but the legality of the response.