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Wolf talks with GOP candidate Newt Gingrich about his campaign.
Gingrich said no one asked him to drop out? OK, I'm asking. Now we're told it's costing taxpayers $38,000 per day for Secret Service protection for him on his admittedly now futile campaign. It's just an ego trip. How about asking viewers to vote for which they would rather spend $1,000,000 of taxpayers' money on: (A) The next 30 days of Secret Service protection for Gingrich, or (B) Completing the safe haven for chimpanzees rescued from laboratory experiments. I vote for the chimps!
The party over for Paul and Gingrich turn off the lights the party over.
Newt, you've been "Newtered." You are not a threat to Romney or Obama. That is why you haven't been asked to drop out. Could have sworn you were smarter than that to still not realize you're being used. Spend your money doing some good for America and working Americans.
Is Newt looking for a job in the Republican Administration if they win ????
I really hope not. I think America has seen enough of him.
You guys need to get your act together and wipe out obama and his idiots.If you all screw up and he wins our country is in BIG TROUBLE.You want our votes then get your act together now.Jim Thomas Phx.Az.
The country will be in much more trouble if power is given back to the idiots that got us into this mess. Where were you when Bush and Paulson told us we are heading for another depression if we didn't give their friends 700 Billion??
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