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January 19, 2012

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Faith Martin

All of this dirt with Marianne Gingrich is old news, and all the "oh she was hurt" come on it was over a decade ago, she came forward with this to reopen an old news file, to play get back, not for any noble idea that people need to know what was going on. DUH... and she changed her story, this is a rehash of the Esquire article, which didn't have the "open marriage" accusation. I truly believe she added it for sensationalism or at the direction of whomever encouraged her to "come forward" yet again.

Jay

I thought Santorum was the winner of the Thursday night debate. He really showed what a pompous egotist Gingrich really is which may, in the end, help Romney. I wouldn't be surprised to see a dead heat or a slight Romney win on Saturday. I don't think Newt can get any more votes than he already has in the polling to date (31-35%). If Santorum moves up after the debate due to his strong performance and the reminder of Gingrich's three wives problem, Romney could still pull this out.

Supes

Old news or not, it demonstrates the rampant hypocrisy that characterizes Gringrich's entire career. If the Republicans choose Gringrich, then Obama will trounce them. It is that simple.

Obama 2012

Jay - Santorum is going nowhere. He will drop out after a single digit showing Saturday.

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