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Published on Jan 21, 2012
John Roco argues that a pattern of increasing power enabling access to a female 'of more desire to him' has defined Newt Gingrich for the election, debates, presidential race of 2012, as well as leaving a wife when she was 'baggage' of being ill, and seemingly not to serve his purposes. John Roco also argues of Newt Gingrich's attack ability at debates, whether South Carolina, Florida or future, actually becomes an extreme deficit of one who would want to be leader of our nation, needing to 'contain' outbursts and expressions of ego empowerment.
Admiral Patrick Walsh is mentioned as one who spoke of potential flareups that could happen in the Pacific. Admiral Patrick Walsh is the retiring commander of the U.S. Navy's Pacific Command and spoke of potential escalations at the Senkaku/Diaoyutai islands:
John Roco, a counselor and faculty of psychology on Oahu Hawaii with practice in Waikiki, is also a GOP Republican primary candidate for the U.S. Senate in Hawaii 2012, in a race with fellow republicans Linda Lingle and John Carroll.