I know that. Maybe I should have used a smiley there. I just wanted to point out what a douch Gingrich is.
The same thing happened here some years back when then-governor Rosselló used an interview with a reporter in his ad. The reporter sued him for using his likeness without permission, and the station threatened action for using the interview either way. They had to pull the ad within a week or so after it went up.
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Bullshit, if it were Obama trying to use this same footage against Gingrich they wouldn't allow it either.
You sir, are a hideous hermaphroditical character which has neither the force and firmness of a man, nor the gentleness and sensibility of a woman.
Fuck NBC. It's Romney's ad money, he can do whatever he wants with it.
If you're basing your vote on TV advertisements, you're dumb, anyway.
Elections are always decided by TV advertisements.
After last night's primary, is Newt even relevant anymore? The margin seemed pretty decisive; I'm happy that Mitt seems to be getting stronger majorities.
But in the end, he's just gonna be Republican-flavored 2004 John Kerry.
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