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Former Speaker Newt Gingrich (R)
Location: Georgia
Affiliation: Republican
Website: http://newt.org/
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Ross Willson Posted 11 months ago
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Piotr Nowaczewski Posted 5 months ago
Oh yeah, I have seen it quite recently - interesting video. Finally somebody has decided to stand up and tell the truth!
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B. DeFazio Posted 1 year ago
What are you thoughts about the current administration that seems to be loaded with scandals like the IRS and Benghazi?
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Former Speaker Newt Gingrich Posted 1 year ago
VIDEO RESPONSE: Former Speaker Newt Gingrich gives his assessment of the current administration in response to a TellDC question about the IRS and Benghazi.

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Aaron Stiltner Posted 3 years ago
I would like to gracefully ask for your help to submit my ideas to some highly educated engineers these ideas, if materalized would set america apart from any other advancements thus far, I have skills as with most great skills come a great hinderance. I have 4 ideas, one of which I have pitched to some of our soldiers who loved the idea, having little to no funds make it virtually impossible to create, help?
If you like I can give you a few examples, I can tell you men from the fortune 500 have called me for ideas also mercedes as a direct reference... I feel I have a gift help me use it.
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Fiscal Responsibility
Tom Hensley Posted 3 years ago
Do you believe that stronger Republican leadership such as yourself and Tom DeLay could end Congressional gridlock, stand up to the Obama administration, and get America back on track?
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James Cooksey Posted 3 years ago
It is plain and clear; AID AND COMFORT TO THE ENEMY.
Especially when looked at in in conjunction with arming Al Qaeda in Syria
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Adam Yale Posted 3 years ago
My question is about the national debt and potential government shut down. As one of the major players in the prior government shutdown what specific items are you hoping we gain from the process?

Also I would like your opinion as to what nation throughout all of history do you feel today's America is most similar to and how if they collapsed does the United States prevent this from happening?
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Health Care
Beth Paine Posted 3 years ago
My husband and I both work in the healthcare industry and it's become a somewhat unsettling and scary place to work. Not only because of Obamacare, but also because of the frivilous malpractice suits that are put against doctors on a daily basis. I work for a solo physcian practice and he almost can not continue on because of the amount he has to pay for malpractice insurance, and reimbursement being cut. The hospitals can't earn money because the doctors are ordering every test available in order to cover their behinds against malpractice suits. How can this be fixed???
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Foreign Policy
Robert Hoffman Posted 3 years ago
If the image of murdered children is cause to go to war - Please suggest Africa as the place to display the might and furry of America. If a display of strength by military action then I suggest we wipe out the evil crack-head and their forces in the African nations who are killing children, women and Christians as fast as they can. Maybe that will get Egypt, Iran and the rest of the nations who don't fear the US paying attention... Oh, I forgot they are not important for global trade and commerce. Very hypocritical across the board.
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Foreign Policy
Betty H Posted 3 years ago
I thought you did good today on the first day of Crossfire. What I want to know is why you didn't get into it with Stephanie and Senator Bob Menendez. Their logic was bad and I could tell you knew it was but you were so nice. Common Newt, get after these people and get back to telling the truth to the American people and calling out the bologna when you hear it. I'll be watching tomorrow to see if you go after them.
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Louis TitaJr. Posted 3 years ago
Mr. Speaker, I am a financial rep, and help many of my clients plan for the future. Lately, it is a difficult chore, as clients do not trust any financial institutions any longer. They feel like spending everything they got, and let the chips fall where they may. Sorta looks like the current blueprint our government is following. If they cannot balance their budget, then the trust in government is gone, and it will be utter chaos down the road. Can*t any of those Democrats stand up and tell America just why they refuse to balance the budget?
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David Johnson Posted 3 years ago
"It is better to Trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man" (Psalms 118:8). Man has proven to be incapable of producing good results; especially, those who call themselves politicians, be they either Democrat or Republican. They sleep together in the same bed. Even thought there is conflict (Hegelian dialectic), they are working for their own good, not yours or mine. Add to that the central banking system (Rothschild, etal.) and you have the mix for total disaster. It's time to get out of Dodge or prepare to defend your liberty.
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Health Care
Randy Brinson Posted 4 years ago
Numerous Christian leaders across the country have voiced concerns that other candidates in the race, such as Governor Romney, have not had the commitment to Christian values, such as abortion and marriage, which you have demonstrated. RomneyCare is a prefect example of their concerns.

How do you think your presidency would promote Christian values compared to Mitt Romney?
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Former Speaker Newt Gingrich Posted 4 years ago
It would be hard to tell the difference between Romney and Obama on many issues.

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