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Newt Gingrich for President


Graham*

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Can we possibly have a President of the United States called Newt Gingrich? click here

I can't help wondering what his parents were thinking - 'I know, lets call him Newt'

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Lazarus The 2nd

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His full name is Newton Leroy "Newt" Gingrich (born Newton Leroy McPherson)..

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zzzz999

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Let us pray to whatever God you have that we never have that man as President

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wiz-king

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It could be worst given the America naming habits:- 'Jr.' or 'the 3rd'

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morddwyd

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"Let us pray to whatever God you have that we never have that man as President"

I don't think we will.

This country seems fairly well set on staying a Monarchy!

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interzone55

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Rick'scafe

Ditto

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sunnystaines

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another american election still about a year away, yet the news channels are full of it, are english viewers really interested in it all this at this stage. we dont have all the election dribble from other nations so why american.

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Condom

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From my point of view I simply cannot understand how the Republican party have ended up with such a large number of no hopers especially at a time when the incumbent Democrats are having such a hard time of it. Do they know something we don't?

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Aitchbee

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Maybe his close friends call him ZAK. (Isaac Newton)

That nickname would have inferred 'genius' traits, rather than amphibian undertones.

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chub_tor

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wiz-king

During my working career we had an American join us who had his business cards made up with his name and the suffix III - from then on he was known as The Yes Man or aye aye aye

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gardener

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If you think their names sound ludicrous, have a look at their policies.

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