The liberal Republican RINO Party Establishment, have openly exposed themselves, and has thus openly declared themselves the most repulsive repugnant and vile Anti-Reagan Conservative RINO scum, in the history of the American politics and the Republican Party.
Their vile hostile attacks against Newt, with the most blatant lies and propagandist smears, all over the media outlets, via TV, newspaper print, internet, etc, that has ever been done to a politician, since Barry Goldwater in 1960 and 1964, then Ronald Reagan in both 1976, then 1980.. where they, the Rockefeller-Nixon-Ford-Bush Republican Party RINO elitist establishment, has a long history of hypocrisy and permanent political class entrenched arrogant elitism, about being an opposition political party to the liberal Democrats.
Why.. because the entrenched GOP Republican Party establishment elitists are actually just in collusional cooperation with liberal Democrats, in a mutually agreed power sharing agreement between each other, to control and maintain their self-proclaimed elitist privileged power in Washington DC.
And to ensure the status quo stays as is, they do this by attacking Constitutional Conservatives, like and more specifically the Barry Goldwater, Ronald Reagan, Jack Kemp, and now Newt Gingrich conservative Republican politicians who seek the U.S. Presidency, who do not tolerate, and will not allow, their unethical greedy political corruption, with their liberal agenda of borrowing and spending on massive govt. programs, while they gut the U.S. Military and it's budget, sacrificing U.S. National Security, which the Goldwater-Reagan-Kemp-Newt conservatives will root them out from within the govt. They don't like that.. well that's too bad..
Honesty and Integrity in Washington DC politics, have gone from bad to worse, and only real Goldwater-Reagan Conservatives like Newt can put the American people back in power at America's helm.
This is article speaks and gives factual historical insight to what I said-
"Gingrich: The Rise of the Hoi Polloi" by Craig Shirley, January 23, 2012
It is hard to over-estimate the importance of the South Carolina Republican primary. It was the second earthquake to hit the East Coast within the last six months — but this one could have far greater aftershocks.
The epicenter is the Republican Party. With its future now radically altered, it could have profound implications for the nation.
This could rank with California in 1964, North Carolina in 1976 and New Hampshire in 1980. Barry M. Goldwater in the Golden State, Ronald Reagan in the Tar Heel State and Reagan, again, in the Granite State, all ran as insurgents at crucial times for the GOP. All won major victories over moderate opponents, changing the party’s future — and the nation’s.
At the Republican convention in 1960, Goldwater was not happy with Richard M. Nixon’s nomination. The Arizona senator stormed at conservatives to “grow up,” stop complaining and get to work to take over the party.
Four years later, they did. Goldwater had been deeply concerned about the then-vice president’s recent concessions to New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller. Goldwater felt that “Tricky Dick” had displayed weakness by going to New York essentially to kiss the ring of the leading GOP moderate. It was dubbed the “5th Avenue Compact.” But Goldwater acidly labeled it, “Munich of 5th Avenue.”
This indeed undermined Nixon’s presidential effort. Some staunch conservatives, who might once have favored the longtime red-basher Nixon, decided to support Democrat John F. Kennedy instead — because he portrayed himself as more anti-communist.
When Goldwater ran in 1964, the nomination race came down to the key California primary against Rockefeller. Rocky had money and California’s cosmopolitan culture on his side. He had the TV networks and the newspapers. He didn’t, however, have the voters. Goldwater won a stunning victory that propelling him to a win on the first convention ballot.
By 1968, Nixon had learned his lesson. He had also convinced leading conservatives, including William F. Buckley, to support him over then-Gov. Ronald Reagan. But Nixon’s White House years helped convince conservatives not the trust the GOP establishment — and establishment supplicants like Nixon.
In 1976, Gerald R. Ford, advised by Henry Kissinger, Donald Rumsfeld and others, pursued Nixon’s liberal policies. He seemed to almost push Reagan into challenging him in the primaries, hurling personal insults at the Gipper.
Reagan lost the first five primaries. By North Carolina, he was $2 million in debt, reeling and opposed by virtually everyone in the GOP establishment. And I mean everybody.
In Raleigh, N.C., Reagan received a telegram signed by numerous GOP officials, telling him to get out of the race. Paul Laxalt was with him and Reagan exploded, telling Laxalt that the Republicans who signed the missive “could go [do something to] themselves,” according to Laxalt.
Reagan did not withdraw. Instead, he mauled Ford there — winning more than 53 percent against the incumbent president. It was in North Carolina that the Reagan whom Americans would come to know and love stepped forward. He ran a populist insurgent campaign against the establishment Ford & Co.
The win stunned the country and changed the future for the party.
The 1980 New Hampshire primary is also a storied race. Reagan issued his famous line, “I am paying for this microphone.” But the really stunning moment was when he crushed George H.W. Bush by 27 percent. This big win
changed the future for the GOP.
The Palmetto State primary on Saturday was no less stunning. Though some of the elites insist Gingrich is an insider, he has never been considered one by outsiders. He always challenged conventions and threatened the status quo. He has run an insurgent campaign — eschewing elites, raising the rhetoric and storming the country club.
His South Carolina strategy was broad, wide and deep. Gingrich defeated the elites’ arguments by capturing the votes of Republicans who decided he had a better shot than Romney at defeating Obama. Gingrich won pluralities of all women — laying to rest the argument that he can’t appeal to them.
On primary day, I traveled with Gingrich as he met with hundreds of voters. None of these voters seemed to pay any mind to the Washington know-it-alls. If they did – it was to show them their backside.
Romney’s very persona helps Gingrich. The former Bain Capital chief is the elitist heir to Rockefeller and the malapropistic heir to Ford and George H. W. Bush. Watching Ford speak extemporaneously was like watching a drunk cross an icy parking lot — and the same can be said for the exuberantly monosyllabic man from Massachusetts.
Gingrich, like Goldwater and Reagan, is running as a strongly populist outsider. His future is still unclear, however.
Insiders insist the former speaker lacks discipline. But they always come up with a world view based on their own expense-account perceptions.
After all, how could a former grade B actor with premature orange hair (as Ford once described Reagan) have become one of the greatest U.S. presidents?
On the other side, conservative outsiders never trust the GOP insiders. Sometimes they tolerate them – but, right now, they despise them. In cases where this happened before — California in 1964, North Carolina in 1976 and New Hampshire in 1980 — —it became a badge of honor to vote against the GOP establishment.
In each case, history was made, just as it was made once again Saturday in South Carolina.
No one goes around calling themselves a Nixon Republican or a Ford Republican or a Bush Republican. But plenty now proudly call themselves Goldwater Republicans and Reagan Republicans.
Maybe some conservatives will one day be calling themselves “Gingrich Republicans.”