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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Newt spreads Christmas cheer in Iowa

Posted By on Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 9:11 AM


HAVE A COOL YULE: Newt and Callista.
  • HAVE A COOL YULE: Newt and Callista.
Taking a page from the Mike Huckabee playbook (how could you forget the image above, with the "accidental" cross image?), Newt Gingrich and his third wife, Callista, go all feel-good Christmasy in an ad in Iowa to lift themselves above the carnage of the bunker buster bombs Mitt Romney has unleashed on the Gingrich campaign. Romney has called a brief cease-fire of hostilities, on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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