Monday, October 31, 2011

Human Events: Gingrich dynamic at Freedom and Faith event

I didn't see it until now, but Jarrett Stepman of Human Events wrote a terrific article about Newt's speech at the Iowa Faith & Freedom event. (For those who haven't had a chance to see it, here's the video of Newt's speech and the Q&A session that followed.)

Under the headline "Gingrich Dynamic at Faith and Freedom conference,:" Stepman writes:
Gingrich stood out because he stated clear and concrete policy ideas, discussed his opinions about the latest events in foreign affairs, and sprinkled in a healthy dose of history and beliefs about American Exceptionalism as well.

Putting the 2012 presidential contest in focus Gingrich marked the 2012 election as the most important since 1860.

“Next year we will decide whether the disastrous policies of class warfare, bureaucratic socialism, radical judges, and bureaucrats who treat us like as subjects rather than citizens will continue in office, or we will decisively repudiate an eighty year drift to the left,” said Gingrich.
And later in the article:
The setting for Gingrich seemed perfect and he received a far greater applause than the previous speakers. He demonstrated knowledge, ideas, and pitch-perfect political rhetoric that won the crowd over and will perhaps help his campaign on its slow climb to top-tier status.
Here's the link to the full article again.

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