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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

A thought on Fred Thompson's endorsement of Newt Gingrich; Newt will be in Coral Springs on Wednesday morning



Fred Thompson Endorses Newt Gingrich on Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity Show, January 23, 2012. http://youtu.be/_XYzaHkpEQg


Speaking of making the case for American Exceptionalism, how great would it be to have Fred Thompson as the U.S. Secretary of State representing our interests abroad, and to know that no matter what country he visits, he is instantly recognized by both the general population on the street and the elites in power, as someone that can forcefully and articulately make the case for this country in ways that few other Americans can?


If Fred Thompson gives a foreign minister, a prime minister or some ruling general a message on behalf of the president and people of the United States instructing them that they have until a certain time to make a decision, the right decision, you DON'T have to worry about whether or not they fully understand that it's a real deadline with genuine consequences.
They know.



Fred Dalton Thompson's Best Movie Moments
http://youtu.be/tjXgS5lqqRQ



Arthur Branch's Final Scene -Law & Order, Season 17, Episode 22, aired May 18, 2007. http://youtu.be/RyCedhLgUYk


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