Tinytown Gazette endorses Newt Gingrich

Tinytown Gazette endorses Newt Gingrich

By Tanna Kasperowicz

Newt Gingrich is a Pennsylvania guy and I am partial to them, having been raised there and then having married one. I like their tenor voices. They’re very warm and buttery ––like Pennsylvania fields in the spring.

Gingrich is fun. He’s thought about and written about the hard issues. He knows where he stands on them and he’s not afraid to be on the other side of any issue.

“Here’s what I think and here’s why I think it,” Newt says. He wins you over with his facts, because you have one or two facts and he has 1000. And through the years he’s churned those ideas around and around and up and down and authored or coauthored 23 books about America and an historical novel. Below are just a few of his books:

Winning the Future: A 21st Century Contract With America

A Nation Like No Other: Why American Exceptionalism Matters

Real Change: the Fight for America’s Future
To Save America: Stopping Obama’s Secular-Socialist Machine

There are those critics of Newt and America who say Christianity has no place in America. But it was Christianity, and the ability of people to directly intercede with their God, that made America possible.

Newt points out in his numerous works that American Exceptionalism is comprised of 5 habits: faith and family, work, civil society, rule of law, safety and peace.

Several years ago Cousin Carol  (CC) and I had a big argument about Benjamin Franklin, who I said was a great man.  CC deplored his many mistresses and the fact that he went to France to empty the French coffers and spent so many years in France that his wife died without his ever having seen her again.

“But he discovered electricity, invented public libraries, the fire department,” I said.

CC wanted to know what that had to do with his many indiscretions.
Politicians are lovers,” I countered. “They love people so much they end up sleeping with a lot of them,” I said, as my cousin snorted milk up her nose.

Gingrich has married three times and I couldn’t care less – nor should you. My doctor has been married a lot of times, too. So has my sister; and several of my good friends live in sin.

I love Gingrich for his big, giant gorgeous brain; for his conservative leadership, for the reforms he has made in government and for his stewardship in the conservative movement.

Alas, I can imagine no other GOP    candidate debating Obama as effectively as Gingrich will with over 7,000 votes in the Senate, 1500 speeches,  national TV and radio appearances. He will not need a teleprompter.

Did you notice? Something interesting happened to the GOP candidates when Newt joined the race.  Before Newt they were bickering among one another and then Newt arrived and they acted as gentlemen and women should.

When Newt speaks people listen because his remarks comprise both a history lesson and  a call to action.

Everyone loves it when the press asks an incipient question and Newt says “This is the question you should have asked” and then puts forth the right question and answers it in short order.

If Newt should not make it in the primary, I will happily support any of the other fine Republicans running for president this year.

I will not support a third-party candidate. I learned that hard lesson in 1992.  Tinytown Gazette endorses Newt Gingrich.

© Copyright 2011 Tanna K, All rights Reserved. Written For: Tinytown Unleashed

  2 comments for “Tinytown Gazette endorses Newt Gingrich

  1. December 8, 2011 at 9:35 pm

    I was very pleased that the TTG endorsed Newt. In the past Republicans have chosen the establishment candidate. With the surge of Newt in the polls the electorate is sending a message. Mitt is the establishment candidate and he can never move past 25 %.

    Go Newt

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