Chuck Baldwin: ‘Newt Gingrich? Really?’

From an article at Chuck Baldwin Live by 2008 Constitution Party Presidential Candidate Chuck Baldwin:

If one believes that the problem is out-of-control government trampling our Bill of Rights, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes the problem is the lack of Christian morals among our civil magistrates, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes the problem is the slaughtering of over 50 million innocent unborn babies, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes that the problem is honesty and integrity in the White House, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes that the problem is out-of-control federal spending, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes the problem is the United States catering to the evil machinations of the Security Council of the United Nations, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes the problem is more and more outsourcing of America’s manufacturing jobs and products, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes that the problem is ever-burgeoning deficit spending, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes the problem is the banksters at the Federal Reserve, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes the problem is illegal immigration, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution. If one believes the United States gives away far too much foreign aid, Newt Gingrich is definitely not the solution.

Newt Gingrich? Really?

Baldwin goes on to further detail his case against Gingrich, as well as Santorum and Romney, and to elaborate on why he supports Ron Paul.

Paul, who was the 1988 Presidential candidate of the Libertarian Party, is seeking the Republican presidential nomination this year, as he did in 2008. Baldwin actively supported Paul in 2008 and is doing so again this year, and in return Ron Paul endorsed Baldwin in the 2008 general election.

Meanwhile, 2008 Libertarian presidential nominee Bob Barr, who famously backed out of Ron Paul’s joint appearance with Baldwin, independent Ralph Nader and Green Party candidate Cynthia McKinney because he would not appear on stage with “people like Cynthia McKinney,” has endorsed Newt Gingrich.

Recent Barr columns include The bizarro world of Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum (published yesterday), and several previous columns expressing his support for Gingrich.

Barr, Gingrich and McKinney all represented Georgia in Congress.

More of Baldwin’s article here.

11 thoughts on “Chuck Baldwin: ‘Newt Gingrich? Really?’

  1. Jill Pyeatt

    I don’t agree with everything Mr. Baldwin says, but I think he’s right much of the time. I’m glad that he’s spoken out against Gingrich.

  2. Cody Quirk

    He’s right on the spot about Newt.

    Plus I think its very possible that Newt is bi-polar, which explains his varied behavior at the debates.

  3. NewFederalist

    I am in full agreement with #1 and #2 above. I would have voted for him over Barr in 2008 but he wasn’t on my ballot. It is rather sad to realize that Baldwin is more of a libertarian than Barr but hey… that’s the way it is.

  4. Catholic Trotskyist

    I agree about Gingrich. Gingrich’s fake conversion to Catholicism, his hipocracy and his poor leadership, have prompted the Catholic Trotskyist Party to disendorse Newt Gingrich for the GOP nomination. We endorse Paul, Santorum and Romney in that order. I actually met Rick Santorum once, though I did not make him aware directly of the concept of Catholic Trotskyism.

  5. Let the T-Rex of Talk Radio Entertain U2day

    all sound and fury signifying nothing….

    Everyone needs to keep up with the game or the game will leave you behind. Romney will either be the nominee or the Rs will have a “brokerd” convention for the first time in decades!

    While Newt wins South Carolina, Paul campaign celebrates – http://www.examiner.com/conservative-in-washington-dc/while-newt-wins-south-carolina-paul-campaign-celebrates

    Doug Weade on MSNBC w/ Alex Witt 01/21/12 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxKpRctPHyc&feature=youtu.be

    Three of a Kind ! – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSVi45vfA6o&feature=digest_thu

    Volunteers Needed
    Jeb Bush in 2012 !

    I’ve tried to tell ya’ll he’s rested and ready to “lead” the mushrooms to “victory”…….

    Naw, just joking. Romney has the money behind him. Hard to beat MONEY in politics!

  6. Rob Banks

    Also, if you read the whole article, the people that Baldwin is addressing are not the ones going for Romney for the part.

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