A Message From The Gingrich Campaign:

We Respectfully Disagree With Lincoln Day Dinner Speakers



There ARE Other Candidates For President

Gingrich Campaign Organizing New Jersey



We read with a slight tone of amusement, this morning’s post and comments here on MMM about last night’s Monmouth County Lincoln Day Dinner. The first thought that came to our mind is this, “Fellow Republicans, is there not a Primary scheduled for June where THE PEOPLE get to decide on who N.J. wants as their Presidential candidate?”


We’ll not comment on some of the comments at Sunday night’s Monmouth County Lincoln Day Dinner because such “heated passion & exuberance” is often expected, although often over the top.


We’re just not going to be distracted by such attempts from the Romney camp to grab the media spot light.


What we are here to say is that YES, there is a Primary in N.J. and that primary WILL include a very strong contest by the Newt Gingrich Campaign


The Newt 2012 campaign has actually been on the ground for more than a couple of weeks and just recently finalized its leadership team. We are collecting ballot petition signatures and going door to door talking with the voters rather than the leadership. After all, it’s the voters that make the decision


And, New Jersey’s voters deserve a Conservative choice on the primary ballot, not someone who claims to be a “Severe Conservative,” yet has a record as liberal as they come.


So, while Newt Gingrich continues to promote his candidacy, vowing to go all the way to the convention; and despite the Conventional Wisdom which says that a Romney NJ win is guaranteed,  in N.J., Newt’s N.J. supporters will fight for each and every delegate to bring the 2012 Presidential Nomination home for Newt Gingrich. Only a Clear Conservative Choice between President Obama and our nominee will bring the win home for Republicans in November. Newt Gingrich is not only best suited to win, but deliver on his platform as he did in the past, creating jobs and balancing the budget. Newt has the experience to get the job done while bringing bold ideas to the table.




Not only are we asking grass roots volunteers and supporters to be with Newt, we are also building a slate of delegates for Newt, so Newt’s supporters are welcome to contact us as soon as possible if they are interested in standing as a delegate for Newt at the convention in Tampa, Florida.


Wouldn’t it be nice for N.J.’s Presidential Primary to actually mean something this year? You can start to see that happens by getting involved in making sure a true Conservative is on the ballot this June, and help us to fight for the Party of Reagan.


We’ll soon get to work on defining Newt’s message of REAL Conservatism while we illustrate the differences between Newt & other candidates real soon, but right now, we’ll be working on putting Newt on the ballot with a full slate of delegates and discounting such “puffery” exhibited at the Lincoln Day Dinner.


Don’t fall in line as sheep. Investigate and decide for yourself. Be Bold, Be Brave & Fight For Conservatism Like Newt Does In The Following Video. It says it ALL about there being a lot more to happen with this primary season.




Newt Supporters, Contact The Organizing Committee Today & Say YES, We Want A Primary In N.J. Without A Pre-ordained Candidate.


Sean M. Connelly – N.J. Leadership Team


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Posted: February 13th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 Presidential Politics | Tags: , , | 17 Comments »

17 Comments on “A Message From The Gingrich Campaign:”

  1. Tom Stokes said at 1:22 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    With three wives, I suspect Newt is already damaged goods.

    Family values coming from Newt is hypocrisy at best.

    I supported Newt and the Congressional Republicans with their Contract With America. Unfortunately, once elected, too many deserted their promises.

    Promises, promises. Too many of these Washington insiders play their slick games with us being the suckers.

    While I will vote for anyone running for President other than the incumbent, the two remaining choices are either Senator Rick Santorum or Mitt Romney.

    I urge Conservatives to fight like hell for Congressional and the US Senate candidates. I just am too afraid that if we nominate a candidate who has no chance of beating the incumbent President, we are destroying our last chance to turn America around from the dangerous course we find ourselves in today.

  2. Chris said at 1:38 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    None of the current candidates in the race will beat Obama. I think our only hope is a brokered convention where a new candidate will come out.

  3. Barbara said at 1:45 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    I was quite delighted to see this post…quite delighted.

  4. Edward Koverty said at 2:04 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    One of the reasons I am supporting Rullo for Senate is his first decision to stay neutral on the Presidential republican primary.

    Rullo is leading by an example to enable the voters to decide.

    As an OC republican operative Rullo could have gone the easy route like Kyrillos. It was the fair thing to do giving voters the right to vote without influence.

  5. njclay said at 2:41 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    “One of the reasons I am supporting Rullo for Senate is his first decision to stay neutral on the Presidential republican primary.”

    Who is Rullo and who cares that he stayed neutral?

  6. Newt Jersey 2012 said at 2:42 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    Rullobots aside, commenting on things other than the content of this message.

    To those that want to take cheap potshots at Newt, enjoy yourselves.We would rather be talking to the heck of a lot of regular street folks who were NOT at the Lincoln Day Dinner and are very much interested in Newt’s Candidacy.

    Hell, one even volunteered for us after saw my bumper sticker when I pulled into the gas station to fill up.

    Oh, and Barb; “you ain’t seen nothin’ yet” with all due respect 🙂

  7. Rick Ambrosia said at 2:51 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    I sincerely hope that Newts the nominee…that would fare well for the President since Newt is such a reprehensible human being with severely upside down numbers. And, Santorum lost a whole lot of the woman vote with his comments on their emotions and serving in a front line role. Even the republican Governor of Virginia basically said how stupid a statement that was since his daughter serves. What a bunch of winners!!

    Run Newt Run!!!

  8. JerryW45 said at 4:54 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    Whatever let’s you sleep at night Rick, whatever let’s you sleep at night when the demons come.

  9. Amy Farrah Fowler said at 9:35 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    Eye of newt and toe of frog
    Wool of bat and tongue of dog…

  10. Midnight Hag said at 11:17 pm on February 13th, 2012:

    …by the pricking of my thumbs,
    something wicked this way comes.

  11. Freespeaker1976 said at 8:03 am on February 14th, 2012:

    It’s simply amazing how much hate people have. Rather than defend their own personal candidate, people resort to the politics of personal destruction to tear others down; instead of dealing with the issues and policies that are tearing America down.

    That just goes to show how small people are. This folks, is what is wrong with America.

    Maybe this is why we need a test for voters, in order to see if they are literate with regard to issues. Childish games and name calling are not going to solve our Country’s problems.

  12. Rick Ambrosia said at 9:17 am on February 14th, 2012:

    Please Freeloader1976…spare me the histrionics. I wonder if you have ever defended the President against such attacks. I doubt it. He’s been called communist, marxist, socialist, Muslim, anti-Christian, anti-American, had his picture next to Hitler and Stalin, had the hammer and sickle superimposed over his head, and a slew of other “personal destruction” elements. How are these issues? Lets see you defend him as much as you do the reprehensible Newt, who has called the President most of these supremely erroneous names. Then maybe your hollow words would have some meaning.

  13. Wow! said at 11:03 am on February 14th, 2012:

    Wow! How true!

    Kyrillos & Menendez Perfect Together said at 11:55 am on February 13th, 2012:

    State Senator Kyrillos will not be able to defeat US Senator Menendez. They are identical in contrast giving the edge to the incumbent.

    Illegal immigration – Both did nothing.

    Unemployment – Both caused it.

    Dirty donations – Both accepted them.

    Foreclosures – Both did nothing.

    Health insurance – Kyrillos gets caddie benefits for part-time position in Senate.

    Debt – Both caused it in NJ.

    Change – Both are career politicians.

    Reality – Public goes with incumbent by default.

  14. Anonyman said at 12:08 pm on February 14th, 2012:

    Can someone please explain to me why these annoying “bots” think that spamming the comment pages is an effective way to support a candidate?

    They’re so irritatingly intrusive, I’m inclined to vote against anyone a “bot” may endorse.

  15. RINO HATER said at 12:25 pm on February 14th, 2012:

    Real truth is that our double dipping disabled, politicians are more interested in Mon. county of attending the fundraisers to get re-elected than anything. Only in NJ can a cop retire at 48 and become a multi-millionaire due to a Cadillic pension and another state or county job?

    Or a teacher union pay their leader $500k a year to be “in bed” with politicians? The Soprano State is alive and well.

  16. Midnight Hag said at 2:32 pm on February 14th, 2012:

    With all due respect, a Shakespearean tragedy can be construed in any number of ways, but “childish” sure as hell ain’t one of ’em.

  17. mydoglisa said at 11:24 pm on February 14th, 2012:

    I support Newt Gingrich but rather than write a huge comment about why, just read this as it seriously explains everything: