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GOP insiders rise up to cut Gingrich down to size

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  • deep in thought Salt Lake, UT
    Jan. 27, 2012 4:16 p.m.

    You must read the opinion article from Joe Scarborough written today about his time in the house with Newt. It is a gem. Paints him as a completely erratic wild man who turns vicious on the people who love and support him at the drop of a hat.

  • Brother Chuck Schroeder A Tropical Paradise USA, FL
    Jan. 27, 2012 5:12 p.m.

    When will these GOP insiders rise up to cut Romney down to size along with Damon Corporation, who pled guilty to Federal conspiracy charges as a result of tens of millions of dollars in systemic Medicare fraud. Damon was fined over $119-million which was, at the time, the largest criminal healthcare fine in Massachusetts history and Mr. Romney's participation was characterized in 1996 by Corporate Crime Reporter thusly. "As manager and board member of Damon Corp, Mitt Romney sits at the center of one of the top 15 corporate crimes of the 1990's." We got another Rick Scott, 57, addresses the controversial past of Columbia/HCA. When he was chief executive, the hospital chain committed among the largest Medicare and Medicaid fraud in history and paid $1.7 billion in fines after Scott left. The top donor Romney presidential campaign, investment banking and securities firm Goldman Sachs, received over $10 billion in emergency lending and bailouts from the Federal Reserve after the 2008 financial meltdown. Now I'm sorry I voted for Romney. Their all crooked.

  • ER in AF Belgrade, Serbia
    Jan. 28, 2012 3:45 a.m.

    You can tell alot about a person by who supports them.

    Dole, a WWII vet who gave part of his body as a sacrifice for what he believed in, served as a stalwart Senator for decades; or a crazy lady from Alaska who did not even finish a single term. Bachman? Don't even want to go there.

  • Furry1993 Clearfield, UT
    Jan. 28, 2012 11:53 a.m.

    To Brother Chuck Schroeder | 5:12 p.m. Jan. 27, 2012

    Thanks for the information. I had known Romney wasn't the picture of ethical behavior (like he tried to portray himself as being), but it's good to have specific information to counter that delusion.

  • peter Alpine, UT
    Jan. 29, 2012 2:52 p.m.

    VST, thanks for the clarification on Romney's noninvolvement in Damon Corp. fraud claims. It proves again why ignorance-including false claims-is the most expensive commodity and will lead a nation into bondage.