All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Newt Gingrich’

Twitter Responds to Newt’s Robocalls

In some last-minute robocalls in Florida, Newt Gingrich accused Mitt Romney of de-funding kosher meals for Jewish senior citizen Holocaust survivors in rest homes. Twitter is ablaze with reactions: Just got my first positive Newt robocall of the day…..they are definitely not making enough calls. #NEWT2012 — Linda Fair (@vroom222) January 30, 2012 OMG. MT @commentary: The line has been …

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Florida Primary Election Tech: Gingrich Robocall Aimed At Jews

As the GOP primary race in Florida comes to a head today, Mitt Romney has a decisive lead in all polls. The Gingrich Campaign has sponsored robocalls to Florida’s Jewish senior citizens that are specifically aimed at turning the Jewish vote away from Romney. “As governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney vetoed a bill paying for kosher food for our seniors …

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Gingrich Sued For Playing Eye Of The Tiger At Rallies

Newt Gingrich has been sued for playing the Grammy-award winning Eye of the Tiger at his political rallies. Rude Music Inc, which is owned by Frank Sullivan, who co-wrote the song, filed suit against Gingrich, his campaign, Newt 2012 Inc, and the American Conservative Union for copyright infringement. The suit alleges that Gingrich is knowledgable about copyright issues and that …

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Pets With Newt 2012: Gingrich Wants The Domesticated Animal Vote

Presidential candidates have been trying to find efficient, effective ways to incorporate the realm of social media into their campaigns ever since Barack Obama parlayed it into a four-year (at least) stay at the White House. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, perhaps known as much for his unconventional habits as he is for his unconventional “wisdom, is really …

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Romney Has Drudge Report In “Back Pocket”, Says Thompson

Former Senator Fred Thompson, an also-ran in the 2008 GOP presidential race, has made his support of Newt Gingrich well-known. On NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday, Fred Thompson and Senator John McCain, who endorses Mitt Romney, sat side-by-side. Each extolled the virtues of their respective candidates, prognosticated on the outcome and consequences of the upcoming Florida GOP primary, and talked …

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Newt Gingrich Wants a Moon Base

As the political season heats up, the presidential candidates are campaigning harder to earn your vote. All kinds of promises have been made, hands have been shook, and negative ads have been created. Most of the content being the same stuff we’ve heard before. Luckily, Newt Gingrich made things a little more interesting when talking about his plans for America’s …

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Twitter Responses To Newt’s GOP South Carolina Upset

Newt Gingrich won over South Carolina’s conservative voters this past weekend. Mitt Romney had performed strongly in the past two match-ups – Iowa and New Hampshire – but just couldn’t shake the Newt in the Palmetto State. Twitter lit up in response: @eileeningaEileen Johnson@russellcrowe Newt Gingrich finally discovers his ideal constituency. ” 900 dead people voted in South Carolina”| http://t.co/zlpuSac0 …

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SOPA: Twitter Weighs In On GOP Debate

As we reported earlier, all four candidates in last night’s GOP debate in South Carolina stated their opposition to SOPA. Ron Paul pointed out that he had always been against it and waiting for the others to catch up. Newt said he ‘favors freedom’. Romney agreed. Santorum doesn’t like SOPA, as is, but still thinks that government should regulate the …

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SOPA: GOP Candidates All Agree

Last night’s CNN debate in South Carolina found all four remaining GOP candidates in harmony on one issue at least. They all feel that SOPA is overreaching and needs to be rethought. Newt Gingrich answered the SOPA question first, saying, “I favor freedom.” He said that there are already tools and avenues of recourse in place to allow copyright holders …

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Ron Paul Is Still President Of The United States Of Twitter

Now that Rick Perry has awkwardly called it quits, there are only four remaining members in the Fellowship of the Ring of Republicans. There’s another primary coming up this weekend, this time in South Carolina, that will surely winnow the field of candidates a little more so as to further solidify the conclusion that Mitt Romney is already the Republican …

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Google Election & Politics Helps Informed Voters Stay Informed

The U.S. presidential election cycle used to be like a regulated yet exhilarating amusement park ride that you could count on starting and stopping at certain times. Think of the Scrambler: dizzying in experience yet timed to end at a reliable time. Now, with the ubiquity of the 24-hour news cycle and the hordes of blogs and other commentators, the …

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