Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Good story about Newt's campaign in South Carolina paper

From an article in the St. Andrews Patch a voter says why he is going from Cain to Newt:
Brent Rutherford, who recently moved to the Midlands from Alabama, said he likes Herman Cain, but is leaning more and more heavily to Gingrich each day.


"But I'm coming around to Newt and I'll probably vote for him because he's smart and he's got real ideas," Rutherford continued. "And bottom line, I think, is that Newt is probably the closest of these candidates to being a real, true Reagan conservative. And that's what I want, that's what I want more than anything."
On the NLRB overreach, on which Newt has been ahead of other GOP candidates in criticizing:
As for the one of the other hot topics in the state -- the ongoing battle between the federal National Labor Relations Board and Boeing's new Charleston plant -- Gingrich told reporters he's been urging House Republicans to simply "zero out the (NLRB) and quit funding it. When you have a runaway bureaucracy, you have an obligation to get it under control," he said.

"I think they ought to have, absolutely, a prohibition against the kind of destructive activity, not just here, but across the country, that the (NLRB) has been engaged in," Gingrich added. "It is absolutely outrageous. It is destructive to every right-to-work state in the country, and what it will end up doing is driving jobs overseas."

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