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Gingrich Robo-Call Features Chuck Norris

Monday, 12 Mar 2012 04:47 PM

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Chuck Norris, after endorsing Newt Gingrich for president, has been featured in the former Speaker’s most recent campaign robo-call.

The robo-call, which will target voters across Alabama and Mississippi, features Norris highlighting the fact that Gingrich is the only candidate capable of defeating President Barack Obama “head to head.”

Norris goes on to laud Gingrich’s record of job creation during his time as Speaker of the House as well as his American energy plan to reduce gasoline to $2.50 a gallon.

“Under Newt’s leadership, the budget was balanced, taxes were cut, and we began to pay down our debt. His policies helped create 11 million new jobs. As president, Newt will repeal Obamacare, get rid of Obama’s czars, and use commonsense measures, like building the Keystone Pipeline to lower the cost of gas to two and a half dollars a gallon,” Norris says.

“The election is too important to get wrong. We need a bold conservative leader to take on President Obama. We need Newt Gingrich.”


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