31 January 2012

President Gingrich's First Day in Office

'I will ask the Congress to stay in session on the 3rd of January. 

I will ask them to repeal Obamacare, Dodd-Frank, and Sarbanes-Oxley. 

My request will be to have all three repeals ready so that on the day that I am sworn in, I can sign all three repeals that day, that's a real start. 

I will then on the first day have an entire series of Executive Orders, all of which will be published by the 1st of October, so everybody will know what's coming'

First Day Exective Orders:

1) Abolish ALL of the White House czars as of that moment

2) Reinstate Ronald Reagan's 'Mexico City' policy (no taxpayer funding for abortion overseas)

3) Reinstate George W Bush's 'Conciense Clause' (no HC worker/firm can be forced to do something against their religion, i.e. abortion)

4) State Department WILL open the embassy in Jerusalem in recognition of Israel's legitimate right to name it's own capitol.

5) Keystone pipline approval

'My goal is at the end of my first day that I'm in office, we will have repealed about 40% of Obama's government, and have things rolling towards creating jobs...'

-Newt Gingrich

Good luck down there in Florida today Mr. Speaker, also am impressed with your long-term strategy for victory in the GOP primary race...

An internal Gingrich campaign memo obtained by The Daily Caller shows the campaign is planning to continue long after Tuesday’s Florida primary, stating simply: “this race is just getting started.”

The memo, from National Political Director Martin Baker, notes Romney’s lack of conservative grassroots support, and stresses that Romney currently has just 33 of the 1144 needed (Gingrich has 25 of 1144).

“Regardless of who wins on Tuesday,” the memo says, “they will have less than 10% of the delegates they need to claim the nomination….”

Additionally, the memo stresses that the proportional nature of the upcoming contests “essentially guarantees that no candidate will secure the nomination anytime soon and the map quickly becomes more favorable for Gingrich.”

More than 20 percent of the available delegates (467) will be awarded on Super Tuesday, and the memo notes that, one of the Super Tuesday states is Georgia, with 76 delegates at stake. To put that in perspective, “even if Romney wins Florida on Tuesday, he will only have 83 total delegates; Newt’s home state could effectively cancel out his entire delegate count to date.”

Don't let the MSM/Romneyites try to tell you this race is over... they wish.
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