Good morning, Netizens...
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich addresses the Southern
Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans, Thursday, April 8,
2010. This is the opening session of the four day conference. (AP
Speaker Newt Gingrich,
a potential presidential candidate in 2012, called Barack Obama on
Thursday "the most radical president in American history"
who oversees a "secular, socialist machine." He went on to
urge his fellow Republicans to stop Obama's secular, socialist
Of course, he did not bother
to expand upon nor define what he meant by a secular, socialist
machine, but he did say the GOP wasn't afraid of recognizing faith's
role in American Society.
He directly addressed the
Republican Party being referred to as the “party of NO” by adding
there were a lot of things the Republicans can say yes to, such as
yes on tax cuts, a lower deficit, fewer regulations and a sensible
energy plan. He did not mention a solution to health care, nor would
he comment specifically upon his Presidential aspirations.
"That will be up to God,"
he said, "and the American
If I were to wildly speculate,
it does seem as if Gingrich is already running for something.
He certainly is not stipulating what that might be, at least not yet.