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Newt Gingrich: “I Don’t Fear Anybody!”

Newt gets interviewed after his CPAC speech. For more information on Newt’s plans, go to

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February 10, 2012 at 9:26 pm Comments (0)

Newt Gingrich’s Speech at CPAC 2012

Newt Gingrich’s speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in 2012. Go to

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February 10, 2012 at 5:34 pm Comments (4)

Ann Coulter Flip-Flops for Mitt Romney

It’s incredible to see how many times Mitt Romney has flip-flopped on issues. In fact, there are so many that I’ve created a huge catalogue of Mitt Romney flip-flops that grows larger everyday.

These days, Ann Coulter has come out as a strong supporter of Mitt Romney for president. Virtually every day she is out saying something in support of Mitt: “He’s the most electable.” “He’s the most conservative.” She is becoming more and more like the lying candidate who she supports.

In fact, much like the flip-flopping Mitt Romney, Ann Coulter has flip-flopped on supporting him. In 2008, she was for him. In 2011, she was against him because he would lose. Now, she’s claims that he can win. See for yourself in the videos below. We’ll call this the flip-flop for Mitt Romney campaign.

Ann Coulter now regularly calls Mitt Romney the most conservative candidate. It’s funny that, in 1994 Senate campaign, Mitt Romney said that he “was an independent during the time of Reagan/Bush.” Then, in the 2002 Massachusetts Gubernatorial campaign, Mitt Romney affirmed that “his views are progressive.” Never fear though, Ann Coulter assures us that he’s the most conservative. Sure Ann, whatever you say.

Ann Coulter CPAC 2008: “I think he is our best candidate.”

Ann Coulter CPAC 2011: “If we don’t run Chris Christie, Romney will be the nominee, and we’ll lose.”

Ann Coulter now says that Mitt Romney can win.

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February 5, 2012 at 3:11 am Comments (0)