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    Sunday, February 11, 2007

    Murdoch Endorses (?) Gingrich

    According to this article out of Australia, Rupert Murdoch wants Newt Gingrich, the former speaker of the house, to run for the 2008 presidency. As I've said before, I would support Newt, as well. In my opinion, he would bring a unique, fresh, and truly conservative viewpoint to the mix. And, while he may not have the political momentum to garner the needed support, his ideas may well influence his republican counterparts in positive ways.

    Newt has some interesting ideas on issues such as Health Care, and the minimum wage. He is a general believer in the free-market, and supports free-market approaches to solving many social issues. Furthermore, he knows how to win an election, and how to get things done, which he has shown in years past. I think he would make a great president, and it will be interesting to see if he chooses to pursue it.


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