Date: January 24th 2012

Conservative Resources by J.P. Travis at

Gingrich: Another two-faced RINO wins a primary

Newt Gingrich won the South Carolina Republican primary on Saturday. He accomplished this feat by winning an overwhelming majority of conservative and religious voters in spite of the fact that he is neither, and by convincing South Carolinians that a former Speaker-of-the-House and longtime lobbyist is a Washington outsider.

Face it, the Republican nomination process is an embarrassing mess.

Republicans have voted in three different states and produced three different winners. Rick Santorum won Iowa on January 3, Mitt Romney won New Hampshire on January 10, and Gingrich won South Carolina on January 21. Ron Paul has been hanging around collecting votes, too, and because primaries are not necessarily winner-take-all, the delegate count is very confusing. For instance, Iowa sends 28 delegates to the Republican convention...

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