Newt Gingrich’s 2012 Presidential Ship is set to Sail

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Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich is now up to his waist in a bid for the White House next year.  From Georgia’s State Capitol, Gingrich said, “We will look at this very seriously.”

During his visit to Harrisburg in October, Rock The Capital predicted Gingrich would enter the upcoming presidential race. Gingrich has not declared himself a candidate, but if you listen closely, yes, he is running.

Gingrich has set up a website to start raising money, which Scott Paterno pointed out in a recent article that cash-flow is all that truly matters when mounting a campaign.

Gingrich 67, has taken proactive steps to cast a wider potential voter interest net, chiefly converting to Catholicism. “We believe that it is possible to re-establish American exceptionalism as a core value,’ he said.

The main themes of Gingrich’s campaign; create jobs, shrink government, and make America safer.

RTC speaking by email with his Gingrich’s sister, fielded her reaction,”I am excited at the prospect of Newt running for President. With his intellect and original ideas, it will be an unusual and interesting campaign. Open minded voters, who have never listened to Newt, will be surprised at how much they agree with him. I have never introduced Newt to anyone, including the most liberal democrat, without Newt finding something in common to discuss with the person. Newt has the experience, ability, and commonsense needed to redirect and lead our Country, to a better and more secure future.”

In a recent poll, of registered Republicans and conservative independents Gingrich trails Mike Huckabee, and Sarah Palin.

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