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After spending at least 15 minutes on contraception and gay marriage, Newt finally had enough and told the media the bigotry question goes both ways and that there’s more “anti-Christian bigotry out there than there is concern on the other side” that the media ignores:

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  • http://twitter.com/113KriEger 13Krieger

    Great line Newt! As always the master. I think it is hilarious that right after Newt’s great line….the moderaters decide….hmmm lets move on to a new topic. LOL

    Classic!

    • http://twitter.com/Rushlimbang Brian Skinner

      That line was stolen from Glenn Beck’s monologue yesterday I guarantee it. Romney’s europe spill was probably in response to something Dennis Prager said yesterday too.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Joan-Wilkerson-Cook/100001396192461 Joan Wilkerson Cook

        Who cares whether it was brought up by someone else — the point is that the news media was called on this one-way favoritism in a situation where millions heard it.

  • http://www.envisionliberty.weebly.com/ Mike Leavitt

    This was the best moment – clearly.

    • Anonymous

      No question! We ALL won.

  • Anonymous

    Hooray for Newt!! It’s just so NICE to see the relentless, anti- Christian media taken to task!
    I’m lovin’ me some Newt right now.

  • Anonymous

    That’s gotta be worth a few points. Hopefully it’ll inspire the others to speak up a little louder….I mean a lot louder.

  • Anonymous

    It’s a great moment when the Left’s hypocrisy is exposed!

  • Anonymous

    Oo bad some of the other candidates didn’t give recognition to the truth Gingrich explained. It would have been a strong gentlemen’s touch to what was said…a missed opportunity for a strong solidarity moment for the conservative stance.

  • http://twitter.com/doorsxp Doors Xp

    10+ minutes on contraception!!! George Stupinopoulass was rightly booed by the crowd for continuing that utterly pointless and irrelevant discussion for so long. George and Diane Sawyer are among the most annoying brain-dead liberal windbags in news media. It is truly painful to listen to them ask these stupid questions and interrupt the candidates with even more moronic follow-ups.

  • Maxsteele

    Wow! Newt is really making the comments that take some very big cajones. First, the truth about the fakestinians in Gaza and West Bank and now this. He is preacking the truth these days.
    Personally I am a Santorum fan but I have to give props where it is due and Newt deserves it 100%/

    • Linky1

      Mr. Gingrich “Newt”-ered the press in public view.

  • StNikao

    That was one of my favorite moments in this debate. Gingrich is a big thinker. He had some great moments. Especially about the war with Islam. He may be a deeper more gestalt thinker and seems to understand the situation in a way the others do not…as a battle of ideas and beliefs about the value of human life, as well between leaders/nations/people and religious/political systems.

    They ALL did a good job differentiating marriage from civil legal partnership arrangements…with grace, civility and compassion that seemed convincing to the news anchors and the audience.

  • Anonymous

    I did not watch the “debate” because I can see the highlights on TRS. Having said that, I think the Presstitutes need to stop playing pocket pool and focus on LIAR Obama.
    Back to watching the millionaires and billionaires in the NFL.

  • Anonymous

    While I don’t think Newt would be the best President of them all, I do think he is the one that would run circles around Obama.

  • StNikao

    Hallelulah – that was the longest applause of the evening.

    Throughout this campaign – Newt has said what has LONG needed to be said.

    He has challenged the PC myths and propaganda concepts one by one. I have loved him for that. Once he investigated the issue, he even backed down on global warming/climate change.

    Way to go – Newt.

  • Anonymous

    Hypocrisy exposed …. cognitive dissonance.
    Pathetic attempt at superiority thwarted …… thunderous applause.
    Having to change the subject due to having eggs on face, with both hands in the cookie jar, while wearing a BHO cheerleading outfit ……. Priceless.

    • Anonymous

      You said it so well! This was my favorite moment of the debate.

  • Anonymous

    Genius.

  • Anonymous

    Newt is a genius and can zero in on an issue and get to the heart of it in a few sentences. I always find his commentary very interesting because his viewpoints are intricate but stated in an articulate, succinct manner.

    The thought of Gingrich being the Republican nominee must have Obama soiling himself.

    Perhaps that is why Donna Brazille, one of Obama’s national campaign organizers, said after the debate that Romney is the WEAKEST Republican candidate and the one they hope gets the nominee.

  • Anonymous

    These candidates need to grow some. At least Newt will speak up and challenge the media. When will the others? Thank you Newt. Keep speaking up.

  • Anonymous

    Newt continues to stand up to the media. I appreciate that. He’s doing us all a great favor.

    During WW2, Churchill talked about the kindness he was shown by the suffering British populace. He said that wherever he went, people told him, “We can take it” (whatever the Germans dropped on them) but Churchill said that everywhere he went, they also told him, “Give it ‘em back!”

    I suspect many millions of Americans feel that way about the media.

  • Anonymous

    Newt at his best.

  • Linky1

    You have to give it to Newt for putting the media in its place.

  • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

    Well I have to say, I missed the debate because my silly computer decided it didn’t like streaming from All Barack Channel- but I’m kind of glad I missed it, therefore didn’t have to suffer through more of Diane’s tone, as if she’s the teacher and the guys on stage are all 4th graders. I hear it was typical though, and have to shake my head once again at WHY the RNC keeps having these liberal forums for the debates. I mean, we all know the candidates views on the social hot topics, is it necessary to keep going on stage where dear leader’s lapdogs are asking the questions? They purposely keep the topics on gays to show how Conservatives are just so homophobic and bigoted, but NEVER do they dare question anything dear leader has done.

    That said, my computer must be smarter than I imagined, because even the replays are slow for me tonight. Newt answered this incredibly, but people need to focus on the hypocrisy and bias against Bible believing Christianity in general. Although I realize that Newt is Catholic, so of course he’ll give it from the Catholic view.. but all Christ following churches are under fire from these humanist commies.

    • Is_Sense_Common

      We missed you on the Open Forum AbC! If it wasn’t for those folks, I would have thrown bricks at the tv or maybe just turned it off!

    • Linky1

      ABC-it’s obvious that your computer has a Conservative bent if it wouldn’t stream from ABC. For all we know, it has its own personal spam filter for liberal crap.

      • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

        :-D

  • Anonymous

    That was an incredibly powerful answer, and he did it under a minute! This is when I like Newt!

  • Chauncey Freeman

    Tell the truth and shame the secular anti-Christian bigoted government/media complex devil. PS: When is George Stefanopolis going to exercise his hard fought right to a same sex wedding?

  • Anonymous

    I wish these candidates would understand that stating the truth without reservation goes a long way with Americans. Even if they disagree I think the folks appreciate candidness.

  • Anonymous

    Anyone else notice that George’s face was literally dripping with sweat after that?

    The question was intended to get Romney, or anyone else, to say that states have the right to ban contraceptives (as if that would ever happen) so that it could be the next day’s headlines — “GOP Candidates say States can ban Contraceptives!” — and instead, Romney wouldn’t give it to him no matter how hard George tried, and in the end Newt skewered him with his own question. Let’s see how often Newt’s comment gets shown on the likes of MSNBC and HuffPo today.

    • Anonymous

      I watched that 3 or 4 times…… something dripped from Stephanopolus….. couldn’t tell if it was sweat, or something from his nose! hahaha….

  • Anonymous

    Newt schooled them, well! Loved it!

  • Anonymous

    Amen Newt!

  • Anonymous

    It’s about time somebody said that. I am so tired of all the Christian bashing. All the pea brain football players dumping on Tim Tebow. I guess he should be kneeling down and sticking his butt in the air like the rag heads, then he’d be A-OK in their book.