Newt Dawn? Gingrich Seizes His “Moment”

From MSNBC’s First Read:

Relishing in controversy, Gingrich cuts ad out of debate moment

[From the Campaign Outsider Syntax Squad: No, guys – you either relish something or revel in it. Pick one.]

To continue:

No one can say that Newt Gingrich shies away from controversy. To the contrary, he seems to relish in it [Hey! What did we tell you?], to be emboldened by it.

He drew big applause from the South Carolina GOP crowd during his latest sparring with a moderator at last night’s debate when talking about food stamps and children working as a janitors, which some have perceived as having racial overtones.

Now, he’s made an ad out of it. His campaign cut down his response to 30 seconds, added music, and played up the applause.

And here it is:


Whatever you think of Gingrich’s message, you really have to admit: that was some serious showmanship on display.

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1 Response to Newt Dawn? Gingrich Seizes His “Moment”

  1. Sounds to me like added applause, not played up applause. He got applause, but it didn’t sound like that.

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