Nit wit Newt!!!!!  

sexwyounow 51M
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5/15/2006 9:44 pm
Nit wit Newt!!!!!



This is the same man the was on the war wagon trying to impeach President Clinton and when his own dirty laundry was aired out he lost his seat of Speaker of the House. Just goes to show you what kind of idiotic morons are running our country!!!


Updated:2006-05-14 15:40:09
Gingrich Says Hillary Clinton Is Beatable
By HOPE YEN
AP
WASHINGTON (AP) - Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich agrees that Sen. Hillary Clinton is the Democratic front-runner should she make a bid for president in 2008. But winning, he says, is another matter.

"This is a country which has elected a peanut farmer, an actor who made movies with monkeys. I mean, you know, with chimpanzees. I mean, many things happen in America," said Gingrich, referring to Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.

"But I think, you know, she has a lot of challenges, and there's a question whether or not there's a ceiling, that when you got down to the Hillary/anti-Hillary, whether or not she can break 50 percent in primaries," Gingrich said on NBC's "Meet the Press."

Calling Clinton "formidable" as a presidential candidate, Gingrich said: "If we beat her we're going to beat her with better ideas. We're not going to beat her with some kind of negative campaign."

In recent weeks, the architect of the Republican takeover of the House in 1994 has traveled several times to Iowa and New Hampshire, urging congressional Republicans to rein in federal spending and focus on maintaining - if not building - their majority in the November midterm elections.

Gingrich downplayed suggestions that he might be plotting his own run for president.

"I doubt it at this point," he said. "I'm not ruling out running, but I'm also saying we have real things to do in '06. We have real things to do in '07. And it'll be nice to have a couple of years of talking about solutions, not just talking about ambitions."

WASHINGTON (AP) - First lady Laura Bush isn't worrying much about President Bush's low poll ratings - she says they're wrong.

"I don't really believe those polls," said Bush, who added that the news media seem to have "a lot of fun" writing front-page stories when ratings are low but ignoring the numbers when they are high.

"As I travel around in the United States, I see a lot of appreciation for him. A lot of people come up to me and say, 'Stay the course,"' she said on "Fox News Sunday."

She also defended her husband's decision to authorize a domestic surveillance program without court approval, saying that Americans understand he has to make tough decisions involving the war on terror.

Critics who question the president's decisions would also be complaining if the U.S. were attacked again, she said.

"If intelligence activities had not been authorized by the president, within the law as they are, and we had a terrorist attack, people would - the question would be the opposite," Bush said. "'Why haven't you been trying to track al-Qaida or links to al-Qaida in the United States?"'

An AP-Ipsos poll earlier this month found that 33 percent of the public approves of Bush's job performance, the lowest of his presidency. Forty-five percent of self-described conservatives now disapprove of the president.

"Of course, some people are unhappy," Laura Bush said. "But I think people know that he is doing what he thinks is right for the United States."


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