Newt Gingrich

Saturday Evening Blog Round Up – S.C. Primary Special

BREAKING: Newt Gingrich Wins South Carolina Primary

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Romney brags about how he never held elected office… yeah, because he kept losing elections

Gingrich Agrees To Meet With Rev. Sharpton After Being Confronted By Black Man In SC

Fox Gets The Message: Calls Obama “The Food Stamp President”


Are They Presidential Debates or the “Elevation of Stupidity” to Our National Discourse?

Mitt Romney’s Bad Week

Video: Romney affirms Obama’s economic record. Oops.

Video: Cain responds to ‘performance artist’ question


West Wing Week

West Wing Week: 01/20/12 or “The Time is Always Right to Do What is Right”

The White House

This week, the President called for government reform through reorganization and a new Cabinet position, honored Martin Luther King, Jr., welcomed the Tuskegee airmen, the King of Jordan, and the 2011 World Series Champs, and traveled to the Magic Kingdom to unveil the latest “We Can’t Wait” action.

Politico's Top Political Quotes

The week in one-liners: Newt, Palin, Obama


The top quotes in politics …

“He was asking to have an open marriage and I refused.” — Marianne Gingrich talking about Newt, her ex-husband.

“No, but I will.” — Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on whether or not he’d like to address his ex-wife’s statements.

” …So he wouldn’t get my vote.” — Former first lady of South Carolina Jenny Sanford taking note of Newt’s marital issues.

“I call them dumb arses.” — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin criticizing the media for its coverage of Gingrich.

“These are not cogent thoughts.” — GOP White House hopeful Rick Santorum dismissingNewt’s call for him to leave the race.

“I confess, I’m excited to see Mickey.” — President Barack Obama speaking at Disney World in Orlando.

“He’s giving a speech at Fantasyland!” — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romneymaking fun of Obama.

“My unconventional endorsement is the people.” — Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain making an annoucement in South Carolina.

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