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Newt Gingrich's NRA Speech 2012 | High Quality

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Published on Apr 13, 2012

Newt Gingrich is:
-A lifetime member National Rifle Association and speaks regularly at the annual meeting.
-He received an A or an A+(Plus) rating from the NRA all 10 terms he served in the House.
-He received the NRA's defender of the second amendment award in 2010.

Please support Newt in the 2012 Republican Presidential Nomination process. Go to Newt.org to donate and learn how you can help. (Make the call button)

Please also review this article about the differences between Romney and Gingrich at the meeting this year: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles...

Here are a few quotes from the article:

- The stump speech (Of Romney) painted the election in broad brush strokes, contrasting the bright hope of freedom, a word Romney used nearly two-dozen times against the dark threats of a massive, sun-blocking bureaucracy that he said flourishes under Obama. Romney cannot claim a life of gun enthusiasm.
- Nor can the NRA claim a long courtship of Romney. In 2002, the lobby did not endorse his run for governor, despite his Meet the Press claim to the contrary.
- Romney signed up for his lifetime membership just six years ago, when he first explored running for president as a Republican.
- The crowd was appreciative of the man who will likely court their votes this fall, but the NRA faithful became far more animated for Gingrich. With his characteristic flourish for sweeping and historical ideas, the former House speaker laid out a guideline for an international gun-rights movement that the NRA's Cox called "the Gingrich Doctrine."

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