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Ohio -- read your own your essay on Daily -- on the photo was new Gingrich.
And I thought it was terrific.
Explain it to -- -- in the final total.
He hangs around and elbowed his way into the Republican meeting in Washington.
Especially at the Capitol Hill club -- five floors of luxury they hang out and worry about being in the minority.
And the younger members whom I spoke with -- I don't know who this guy is that -- appeared like -- yelling at -- especially was that the fact that when they were in the minority a year ago and flat on their backs and everybody was laughing at them including me I he would come in and yell at them and election them and castigate them and mock them.
And now that it looks like they're going to be the majority again.
He's coming into it tell them how much he -- the men that they should follow his lead so they roll their eyes and -- And it has visions are running for president of name.
Thank god he -- he's got the Potomac fever.
Any imagined himself president of the United States -- you know these -- sure anything's possible.
But of the -- -- of the world them Paul ram them Kevin McArthur has led to three guys around us.
-- -- and I'm sure you're aware of -- and arms.
-- innocent do as you point out that or is.
And then there -- various times past sudden.
It -- passed but remember that.
John Boehner came up as one of the foothills suspect in 1990 and that John Boehner who he is now the minority leader and expects to be speaker.
Helped write the contract with America with news back in nine 392.
And that means that Boehner tolerate is.
Present it's -- -- what does -- message voters.
Witness's advice and everybody finds so repellent.
It's hard I can say -- -- idea is that it's not over till it's over take a day at a time you know an enormous amount of -- recommendation.
They roll their eyes -- think that he is in charge of no one's.
And want to know why he's in the room it's very frustrating to them because they keep having these meetings where this posting here from the wise man Newt Gingrich.
And here's the deal for him.
He says you either invite me to these -- Or I'll go on fox and say ugly things about you so Boehner collapses and he comes on the form of extortion using television.
How -- call -- Rosen and when these people.
-- is considered a philosopher and historian of the party.
And nothing like Gingrich they pay close attention to because -- -- numbers love polls.
Loved history and they want that especially when -- on fox that the he's important to them just because he he he provides the backdrop to what what they see going on -- a daily basis.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- By the way her announcement ornaments on nine to midnight on coveted BC radio in New York incidentally.
And corrupt country.
I know it's fashionable for my they're my friends and others not to like.
Tolerable via a sign of you don't seem to Marion monoline nobody seems pretty Smart.
He is Smart he's he's he's -- Republican historian I first heard his name or heard from him I wrote a book -- -- -- you know 500 years ago back from the nine.
And I send it to George Bush.
In Texas then governor.
-- -- history of the party Republican Party.
And -- -- Brett back very generous thank you the government seeing that it we want to add this endorsement and that was the first time I saw.
His role at Ford George Bush but also he really likes the Republican Party like stories about it -- anecdote -- why.
So we share a passion I've never met him I've never spoken let him.
But I appreciate when he speaks he's telling stories about the party and and the party done everything that made all the mistakes of the stories -- -- The the Tea Party.
Phenomenon for lack of about a way to -- monitors.
I had I had fifteen people on last night -- I have -- I asked everybody everybody's got a different version.
They all agree though that it's not led by one person and it's not got one philosophy.
-- it's energy it's a great deal of energy and it focuses and then -- gone.
Something like this storm storm cell in the summertime it'll show up it'll rain where you are nobody else every -- over there are some.
Well -- part of the Republican Party.
-- no I can't see that they are just because they've made a lot of problems for it over the last.
And in some instances made it impossible for the Republicans to pick up -- -- either in the house or.
Sometimes it sometimes in the senate the example being Delaware.
Made it very difficult for the party with -- flawed candidate in Delaware.
Also thrown out Robert Bennett in Utah Lisa Murkowski in Maine and Alaska and probably is -- chiefly responsible for what happened in Delaware -- All of those were safe Republican seat and then now at risk and that the Tea Party that's not somebody who's working -- Scott promised on a good question in Alaska I don't know.
-- Scott brown and there's of their creation of all of the coupon and.
He is in January but that was early con man it was in its energetic.
And my I'm told that he he he routinely get sort of threat from the Tea Party.
Because he's voted in a way that is it's on an acceptable.
He and the two senators from Maine are regarded as.
Rhinos Republican in name only and there are other -- out there Mark Kirk.
Is running in Illinois and -- regarded as unacceptable the Tea Party I'm told.
But that was march when he was nominated.
So this phenomena that we're seeing now has not been consistent all year.
It's just mostly -- emerged in the last month that as something that talk about all the time and that's given energy that you get news you get out hopefully get healthy get it.
When I can't -- rated stations along the collaborative solutions mr.
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