As reported on Newt's Facebook page, and quoted here, "Tea Party Nation founder, Judson Philips, announced his full support in his blog earlier today. He goes on to ouline how, “Gingrich has the unique capabilities to be the field general. He is the big idea man, much as Ronald Reagan was.” If you have not been to the official site offor awhile, be sure to visit since you are immediately asked to engage there!
Go here for the information and activel links to learn more and get involved:
You may want to consider the ideas and solutions of this Former Speaker of the House of Representatives, even if you find some "dirt," since the goal of leadership is to serve the country and promote teamwork, diba!
Wikipedia states the following: "The Tea Party's most noted national figures include Republican politicians such as, , , Eric Cantor, and Michele Bachmann, with Paul described by some as the "intellectual godfather" of the movement."
Interesting how Newt Gingrich got this endorsement. Perhaps he will become a Vice Presidential candidate for the eventual nominee of the GOP?
Also from Wikipedia: "Tea Party Nation Corporation is a Conservative American political organization considered part of the tea party movement." So, how many Tea Party endorsements are available? Wiki goes on to state that "Their official website describes them as "group of like-minded people who desire our God given Individual Freedoms which were written out by the Founding Fathers. We believe in Limited Government, Free Speech, the 2nd Amendment, our Military, Secure Borders and our Country!"
Continued there, Wiki states that "The group was created by former Shelby County, Tennessee assistant district attorney Judson Phillips in 2009. It runs a social networking site for conservative activists and is best known for organizing the 2010 National Tea Party Convention."
There are there two L's in Judson's last name, right?
To your success!
Update Note: These are some of the comments that this report has generated from readers:
" @manilatop10 I, too, feel like Gingrich is the best *qualified* person to be President that the GOP has in its current field. He’s intelligent, politically savvy, knows Washington, is an idea-man, and is (on most things) a basic Conservative. The only real thing that people have against him is his personal life; I don’t like how he’s handle that either."
"One major rule among tea party groups is that “we do not endorse candidates.” We are there to educate and inform. Endorsing Newt of all people, an establishment GOP candidate shows genuine lack of concern for the very ideals that the tea party stands for. Using the tea party name with your endorsement will stigmatize all tea parties across the nation and will give the left more ammunition to fire at the conservatives running for many of the different offices in 2012."