Evangelicals Flocking Toward Newt Gingrich

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Evangelicals Flocking Toward Newt Gingrich
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Mon, 11-28-2011 - 12:56pm
Is there enough forgiveness for Gingrich to succeed in Iowa? How the religious right is learning to love the adulterous, thrice-married former speaker. by Michelle Goldberg

 


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Wed, 11-30-2011 - 3:47pm

iluvkrat wrote:

"Nwtreehugger simply asked for clarification, likely in light of the post to me."

And yet clarification was never asked for, just asking if I was saying something that I clearly didn't say.

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Registered: 05-03-2011
Wed, 11-30-2011 - 4:42pm
There is a difference between a statement and a question. Nwtreehugger clearly asked a question. Questions are usually asked in order to get clarification.
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Wed, 11-30-2011 - 5:37pm

iluvkrat wrote:

"Nwtreehugger clearly asked a question. Questions are usually asked in order to get clarification."

I answered her question.

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Registered: 04-07-2002
Wed, 11-30-2011 - 6:01pm
"It is probably your liberal views that one could assume you supported Clinton. It's hard to believe you supported Bush Sr. or Bob Dole. So...if you didn't vote for Clinton are you saying you voted for Bush and Dole? Just curious."

Your comment seemed to suggest that one had only 2 choices. Either Clinton or Bush Sr., or Clinton or Dole. That's why I asked my question...considering I voted for Ross Perot and I'm generally considered to be a liberal... ;)

 nwtreehugger  

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Wed, 11-30-2011 - 6:11pm

nwtreehugger wrote:

"Your comment seemed to suggest that one had only 2 choices."

Actually I didn't suggest anything but merely asked if they voted for Bush or Dole.

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Wed, 11-30-2011 - 6:32pm

A liberal might obviously vote Green.



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Wed, 11-30-2011 - 7:37pm
Heck...my very first election I voted for John Anderson. Even though I'm a liberal, I've never felt tied to any one party. I've even voted for GOPs on occasion! ;)

 nwtreehugger  

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Wed, 11-30-2011 - 7:39pm
Yes, I have voted for Republicans in the past. I have no plans to in the future unless they finally start pushing back against their most extreme members.
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Thu, 12-01-2011 - 4:51pm

I just keep wondering, out of all the Republicans out there, they can't come up with any better options than the ones they keep trotting out?

Really?

.............................................................Really?

(still.....trying................... to................. wrap........................... head......... around............. this..........painful idea.........that this is the......... very........... best......... they have to offer)



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Registered: 11-20-2011
Thu, 12-01-2011 - 5:07pm

hottlipps wrote:

".this parade of fools is their best and brightest? OMG!"

They are not fools and it appears you are republican bashing.