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Newt Gingrich vows to fight on

Wednesday, February 01, 2012 - 04:33

Jan. 31 - Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is defeated by Mitt Romney in the Florida primary, though he vows to keep up the fight. “I may not get in as much golf as Obama, but I’ll get in a lot more job creation,” said Gingrich during his Orlando rally. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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There -- question. Both in the primaries and the general election that's simple question. If you're comfortable. With the way America's decay. Then we don't have to change much. We can just manage it okay. If you think that's a terrible thing to do your children -- it's a terrible thing to do your country. And if you are prepared to do what it takes to make sure that we changed direction not just the presidency. But the congress the bureaucracy. The judges the policies so that the entire system gets on the right track so that America can give our children and grandchildren. -- more prosperous and -- better future. This is how big the campus there folksonomy -- both parties were quite comfortable managing the decay. I am running because I made the decision running our children so most -- -- that decision. Because we believe. It is cheating our grand children to not insist. On fundamental basic change in Washington even if the establishment doesn't like. Okay. Could you help us in addition to winning the presidency if we elect a Republican senator and Republican House. I will ask them on January 3 to stay in office. Now I asked them to immediately. Pass. The repeal of obamacare. Okay. I will ask them to immediately. Pass the repeal of the Dodd-Frank bill which is killing housing killing small business and -- independent bank. And Iowa asked them to pass the repeal of sarbanes Oxley which is crippling American business says -- no net profit. And my goal. There's to have all three bills sitting there waiting so the minute I am sworn man. I can sign all three and we're off to a pretty good opening morning. Okay. There're a series of executive orders I can issue. That the congress can't stop as long as it within the law. The very first executive order will abolish. All of the White House ours as of that and we will issue immediately an executive order on the same day all this is gonna happen about two hours after inaugural address. -- No point in hanging out and haven't tried before we get to go to the various balls that night we're gonna have you worked period. There's there's going to be any working presidency. I may not get in as much -- as Obama but I'll get in a lot more job creation. We're. And I'd say up front. I'm not gonna compete with -- Obama and singing news I'm not running for entertainer and -- My commitment. Is too long leash the spirit of the American people. To find noon. And innovative and positive things to do them seven days a week. To do that relentlessly. To do them without stop. To make sure that we have fundamentally gotten America back on the right track and I pledge to each and every one of you personally. If you will reach out across the country if you use FaceBook and YouTube and Twitter and phone calls and even business. If you will tell all of your friends and other 46 states. That there is a chance to nominate a conservative. Who knows what he's doing who has done it before and who has the courage and determination get it done. I promise you. If I become your president. I pledge to you. My life. My fortune and my sacred honor this is about America thank you. Good luck and god bless.

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Newt Gingrich vows to fight on

Wednesday, February 01, 2012 - 04:33