Kudos for Newt
Ashes always fly back into the face of the one who blows them: During the Republican Presidential debate held in South Carolina on Monday, Jan. 16 at approximately. 9:10 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Newton Leroy Gingrich (after long, long last) abruptly and pointedly demolished an attempt by a Democrat racist to use the race card to silence the voice of reason.
Using difficult to digest facts, Newt Gingrich so effectively took the wind out of the sails of a debate moderator who flashed the over-worked race card that it is unreasonable to believe that Democrats will ever be able to use it the way they have in the past. The race card has been used for decades by sandlot tyrants as a bullying tool to shakedown America on a federal, state and local level.
In referring to Newt’s stunning comments, one respected and well-known political pundit stated, “It was the first time in American history that a political candidate received a standing ovation during a Presidential political debate.”
Newt Gingrich’s piercing, liberating words resonated throughout the entire political spectrum from left-leaning pavlovian liberals to discerning constitutionalists, and set an indelible, historical precedent that will be ignored by the liberal press, yet will continue to ring in the hearts of discerning Americans.