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Gingrich renews criticism of Ron Paul, calls him ‘a protest candidate’



 

Gingrich renews criticism of Ron Paul, calls him ‘a protest candidate’

Gingrich renews criticism of Ron Paul, calls him ‘a protest candidate’
News from Washington Post:

Former House speaker Newt Gingrich is doubling down on his criticism of Rep. Ron Paul, calling the Texas Republican “a protest candidate” who lacks the potential to win the presidency.


Former House Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) says Ron Paul won’t be the GOP presidential nominee. (Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)
“Oh, I think in the long run that Ron Paul’s not a very serious potential to be president because the American people aren’t going to elect as a commander-in-chief somebody who does not believe that Iranian nuclear weapons are a direct threat to us,” Gingrich told CNBC’s Larry Kudlow in an interview to be aired 7 p.m. Eastern on Thursday.

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Former San Francisco 49ers great Joe “The Jet” Perry dies at age 84
News from FOXSports.com:

Updated Dec 29, 2011 11:34 PM ET

Joe “The Jet” Perry, the Hall of Fame running back who broke barriers as the first African-American to play for the 49ers, died at 84 of complications from dementia on Monday in Chandler, Ariz.

Perry, possibly the fastest fullback ever, was the first NFL running back to gain 1,000 yards rushing in consecutive seasons. He did it in 1953 and ’54, when the season consisted of just 12 games.

Perry joined the 49ers in 1948, the team’s third season in the All-America Football Conference. The 49ers didn’t join the NFL until 1950. But as their first black, Perry endured considerable racial abuse.

“It was no picnic,” he recalled in a 1999 interview. “I can never remember a season where I didn’t hear a racial slur.”

Perry played 16 pro seasons…………… continues on FOXSports.com

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