Thursday, December 24, 2009

The Real Newt Gingrich - A wolf in sheep's clothing?

Newt Gingrich is often viewed as a conservative politician. This video is a speech John McManus, president of the John Birch society, gave which exposes the REAL Newt Gingrich by examining his track record and showing his true motivations.


The Real Newt Gingrich from Frank on Vimeo.

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1 comment:

  1. Great video Paul,
    George Washington in his farewell address mentions the dangers of Party Loyalty. And Newt is a classic example.
    He waves the Flag and calls himself a Conservative and most in the Republican Party automatically believe it.
    Even though his voting record proves otherwise.
    Yet He is one of the Darlings of the Republican hierarchy & media talking heads.
    Why do you suppose this is ???

    I would be willing to bet my lunch money, If a poll was conducted, 95+% of the Republicans in this county would consider MR. Gingrich a Conservative.

    To often loyal supporters from either party, point the finger of blame at the other, but are unwilling to consider their own party's flaws.
    I believe this Blind Faith Loyalty is why were stuck in the stus quo of decline.

    The video also mentioned Congressman Larry McDonald,
    (Interesting guy)
    wiki has this written about him:
    He was a Conservative Democrat.
    He was a cousin of George S Patton
    He was killed by the Soviet Union while on board Korean Flight 007.
    Jerry Falwell in a Washington Post article thought Flight 007 was shot down to get rid of Larry McDonald:
    Ron Paul said he was the most principled man in congress
    He had a perfect or near perfect voting record Constitutionaly, according Gun Owners of America and several other organizations.

    In 1980 wrote a resolution calling for a comprehensive congressional investigation of the CFR & The Trilateral
    Commision.
    (Apparently Larry was a fan of Transparency too)

    Jeff

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