Newt calls for repudiation of the left: In “newsrooms, universities, judges, politicians”

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below, from Gingrich campaign….

Newt 2012 Releases New Ad: “The Decision”

Atlanta, GA – Following Newt Gingrich’s speech last Friday to the Conservative Political Action Conference, Newt 2012 released a new web ad, “The Decision.”

The ad makes the case, as Gingrich did in his CPAC speech, that it will take a big change election to get the bold solutions we need.

Watch the video here: http://youtu.be/TPw2hKYRwKM

TRANSCRIPT:

2012 is the most important election in this country since 1860.

Next year, we will decide whether the disastrous policies of class-warfare, bureaucratic socialism, radical judges, and bureaucrats who treat us as subjects rather than citizens will be continued in office.

Or whether we will decisively repudiate an 80 year drift to the left: a drift in our newsrooms; a drift in our colleges and universities; a drift with our judges; and a drift among elected politicians.

Ant it takes you to be with me not just for me because all of us are going to have to make it happen.

Thank you, good luck and God Bless You.

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