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Posted at 12:11 PM ET, 12/ 6/2010

Mulligans: Que pasa, Newt Gingrich?

By Dana Milbank

But she can't do this and be president. TPM: Tea Party Nation Calls On Sarah Palin To Run For RNC Chair

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Rapunzel! Rapunzel! Let down your campaign. San Francisco Chronicle: David Harmer confirms he conceded East Bay Congressional race -- via text from screening of 'Tangled'

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Will Newt repeat his claim that bilingual education is teaching "the language of living in a ghetto"? HispanicPRBlog:Newt Gingrich launches bilingual site for 'conservative' Latinos, The Americano.com

By Dana Milbank  | December 6, 2010; 12:11 PM ET
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===Mulliganagains===
In addition to his letter asking Sarah Palin to help retire RNC chairman Michael Steele, Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips also wrote a letter asking people to help “retire” Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) because, "He is the only Muslim member of congress." Actually, most thinking Republicans think it’s time to “retire” the Tea Party!
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David Harmer called his opponent to concede the race BEFORE taking his kids to the movies. While the cartoon Repunzel was letting down her hair in “Tangled,” Harmer texted a reporter to confirm that he had conceded. What else are you supposed to do in a kid’s movie?
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I checked out Newt’s new website, theamericano.com, and found this quote, “When talking about immigration, some Republicans deserve encouragement. Some deserve scoldings. And some deserve a trip to the woodshed.”

Mr. Gingrich confirmed this quote in a text message from the woodshed.

Posted by: divtune | December 6, 2010 9:25 PM | Report abuse

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