Gingrich popularity is a crowd choosing evil before our eyes

December 6, 2011

Gallup Tracking 12/1 – 12/5 1277 RV 37 22 — 8 7 6 3 1 Gingrich +15
Rasmussen Reports 11/30 – 11/30 1000 LV 38 17 8 8 4 4 4 3 Gingrich +21

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/president/us/republican_presidential_nomination-1452.html

GOP voters illustrate a crowd choosing by popularity. Between Gingrich and Romney, Romney is the better man, more reliable, more solid, makes decisions more carefully, weighs consequences, and is morally superior.

Gingrich is morally unfit to make money except by corruption. Romney has patient merit even if there are flaws in what he did. He nonetheless was involved in making things work according to the circumstances of the 1980s and 1990s. Gingrich had to be defenestrated by his own caucus because of his manifest inappropriateness for any position of leadership.

Gingrich also caries hatred in his heart for those who saw the truth about him and acted on it. This is why he takes money in graft and feels no compunction about it. Gingrich is a profoundly evil and amoral man. That the GOP chooses him shows they lack a center of solidity themselves.

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One Response to “Gingrich popularity is a crowd choosing evil before our eyes”


  1. Hi OA,
    It looks like Newt is gaining momentum, and that’s not good news.
    Above all, he is a globalist in ‘conservative’s’ clothing and there is no way that one can be a globalist and be ‘conservative.’ Unfortunately many simple-minded folk just don’t get this. The last thing we need is another insider/globalist shill as President.
    It’s good that you are warning people about Gingrich.
    -VA


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