NEWT GINGRICH TO MITT ROMNEY, "DROP THE PIOUS BALONEY"
One of the most aggravating things about Mitt Romney is that he is a spin master of the highest degree and because the media has crowned him as the GOP nominee even though he has but one win and that is questionable as 20 votes have been shown as possibly counted wrong which would place Romney in second in Iowa, he is seldom called on his spin.
Romney talks about his repealing Obamacare yet he gets a free ride as to the fact that his Romneycare was the blue print for Obamacare. He claims to be a tax cutter yet again gets a free ride with the facts. While Governor of Massachusetts he did lower taxes 90 times but for every dollar he lowered taxes he more than doubled fees on state programs which actually increased the financial burden on citizens in his state especially the middle class who was affected most by the increased fees.
Now Romney's spin is that he is the ultimate outsider because he spent so much time as a business man and not a politician. Never mind that he has been running for one office or another since he lost to Ted Kennedy in 1994. Between all of those office runs Romney has been campaigning in one manner or another either for Governor or President. In fact while he was Governor he spent countless days out of state building an organization for his 2008 run for President and after that loss to McCain he has been running for President since.
Not being one to beat around the bush and always willing to tell it like it is and call a spade a spade Newt Gingrich takes Romney to task on his false claim that he is the ultimate outsider and not a politician. Telling him to,"drop the pious baloney," Newt hammers Romney with the truth about his real political career and his running for some office since 1994. Of course Romney spins it differently after Newt's fact filled challenge and as usual the biased media lets him get away with it.
The Obama light candidate is not only similar to Obama on much of his policy but also in the way the media is having an affair with him and only willing to throw softball questions and let the spin master have a free ride just as they have Obama. Just one more reason why Romney is not the candidate we need for the GOP nomination to run against Obama.
Those who are caving to the so called inevitability of a Romney nomination consider this. With him being the Obama light candidate and the candidate that the left continues to talk about, doesn't it make sense that one, they and Obama believe he is the candidate Obama can beat? And two, since Romney's record in many respects mirrors that of Obama's isn't it also logical to know that Obama will use the similarities to tell voters why change since a Romney administration will be no different in many respects than an Obama administration?