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Phil Gingrey

John Phillip Phil Gingrey, (born July 10, 1942, Augusta, Georgia) is the U.S. Representative for , serving since 2003. He is a member of the Republican Party.

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I think Tom Frieden, the CDC director, is a good man, is a good doc...
Reminds me of my former Congressman, Phil Gingrey, who infamously said that Mexican terrorists were sending Ebola a…
I'll help repeal Obamacare in my first term, or go home, because yo...
My friend and Georgia colleague is an excellent nominee for Secretary. Read my statement here: http…
Just when you thought Todd Legitimate Rape Akins and his jockstrap Phil Gingrey were the worst of 'em. Nope. There's worse.
John Barrow and Phil Gingrey and Joyce Beatty . Don't be a part of this failure. Please pass H.R.1830...
Mr 'Pen' President couldn't have had better timing: (Did he plan this?) The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is fueling concerns that the porous U.S.-Mexico border poses a growing health risk, with statistics showing dozens of people from the epicenter of the Ebola scare illegally entered the U.S. -- or tried to -- this year alone. Breitbart.com on Monday published a Customs and Border Protection document breaking down where illegal immigrants who turn themselves in or are caught by immigration authorities are coming from. The statistics reportedly showed they are traveling from more than 75 different countries. Among them, between January and July of this year, at least 71 reportedly arrived from the three West African nations hit with the current Ebola outbreak. The numbers come after Rep. Phil Gingrey, R-Ga., wrote to the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last month raising concerns about illegal immigrants carrying "swine flu, dengue fever, Ebola virus and tuberculosis." "As the unac ...
"Yes actual doctor and republican congressman Phil Gingrey says these immigrant kids could be carrying Ebola. And yes that virus has never been seen anywhere outside of Africa, but Gingrey may have caught it from an illegal already because I believe one of the symptoms is baseless fear leaking out of your *** Stephen Colbert
Sources: Jack Kingston to pick up Phil Gingrey's endorsement today.
GEORGIA PRIMARY ELECTION: I'm actually pleased with the results. IN the US Senate primary The Republican cult let the worst of the bunch go including nutcases like Paul Broun and Phil Gingrey and that insipid Karen Handel didn't survive to even make the runoff. It would have been scary if she had won. There is a runoff primary in July for David Perdue and former Congressman Jack Kingston. (no further comment) Even better news is several of the republicans running for US Senate left their congressional seats. So be thankful some of those *** will be leaving Washington completely. But I am hopeful that their eventual replacements aren't as bad. Sorry that Macon area voters are still stuck on Stupid and kept a member of the Lucas family in political office but pleased that my neighbors in Warner Robins voted against Willie Talton. I am amused at how media reported the wins of Michelle Nunn and Jason Carter as if they were big deals. But really, when the democratic cult hardly puts forth candidates for o ...
Rep. Jack Kingston will join businessman David Perdue in the Georgia GOP Senate runoff on July 22, according to The Associated Press. With 87 percent of precincts reporting, Perdue was in first place with 30 percent of the vote. Kingston was in second, at 26 percent. Former Secretary of State Karen Handel was third, at 22 percent, too far behind Kingston to catch him in the AP's estimation. The winner of the runoff will face Democrat Michelle Nunn in the general election. Some Republicans feared nominating a more outspoken conservative candidate, like Reps. Paul Broun or Phil Gingrey, would endanger their chances of holding the seat being vacated by retiring GOP Sen. Saxby Chambliss. But Broun and Gingrey were both well behind, each with just under 10 percent of the vote at latest count.
Looks like it is David Purdue and Michelle Nunn for the Senate contest although Republicans will have a run off primary in July. Jason Carter and Governor Deal will face off in November. The Congressional race for Phil Gingrey's seat will run off between Bob Loudermilk and Bob Barr for the Republican vote. So here we go again with robo-calls. I really hate those. I think I have gotten about 110 calls.
Georgia primary results: so the associated press declares Jason Carter winner in the democrat primary for governor. Well duh! He was the only candidate. former Atlanta TV reporter Steen miles didn't get quite as many votes in the US senate primary as Michelle Martin (excuse me "Michelle Nunn"). Like anyone would? And of the republican cult it looks like the worst of that bunch will go away. People like Phil Gingrey, Paul Broun and hopefully Karen Handel. Even more beautiful a result is since Gingrey and Broun had to give up their congressional seats to run for senate. So they are losing the US senate race and are no longer in congress. And that is a good thing. Until their voters replace them with the same type of politician. (And they just might do that)
Barring a miracle (or lightning strike) neither Paul Broun nor Phil Gingrey is going to be in the runoff. So much for the crazy candidates winning in GA. My bet is Michelle Nunn loses to either Perdue or (hopefully) Kingston by 7-10 points.
Charles Stoker 4 hrs · Are your Candidates Pro-Gun or Anti-Gun? Dear Fellow Patriot, If ever there was a time for gun owners to charge up a hill together to reclaim the high ground from our anti-gun enemies and their sympathizers, it's right now. But I'm afraid I've got some bad news. Several candidates in your U.S. Senate race including David Perdue, Phil Gingrey, Karen Handel, and Jack Kingston are showing early signs they'd vote anti-gun. David Perdue, Phil Gingrey, Jack Kingston, and Karen Handel all refused to return their NAGR candidate surveys. More on that in a minute. Now, sometimes folks assume that just because a politician is a Republican that he is a solid supporter of the Second Amendment. I hope you don't make that mistake with Perdue, Gingrey, Handel or Kingston. You see, you and I were just one or two votes away in the U.S. Senate from losing our right to keep and bear arms last year. The 2013 debate over the Feinstein "assault weapons" ban and the Toomey-Manchin "Expanded Background Che ...
Ok folks- here is the way I see it- some of you may not agree and that's ok. Barry Loudermilk is the best choice for our Representative --- period! Phil Gingrey made have said a couple of things semi controversial but he's the best darn choice for the Senate that we have---he will always tell the truth and he will work hard for our State! Anyone else on the slate is ineffective and have bad voting records!---period! Nathan Deal has done a great job for all the issues concerning our State-period! Again I know some of you will disagree--- but I so very much want to share at least a few of my political picks! God Bless you All and God Bless our great Nation! Buddha
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I am so special, I've gotten personal calls this week from Karen Handel, Phil Gingrey, Jeri Barr, and now Sonny Perdue!
Election Day for *** Georgia Edition~ Kentucky isn’t the only state having a primary tomorrow with more than one *** facing off; Georgia is having their own *** showdown. The contenders are Phil Gingrey, Paul Broun, Jack Kingston, David Perdue, and Karen Handel. And of those, only Handel hasn’t been featured on this site— but that’s only because this site started after her big debacle when she was at Komen and tried to get rid of Planned Parenthood’s cancer screenings for poor women. So let’s review what *** these guys are: Jack Kingston Jack Kingston is a congressman, who decided to expand upon Newt Gingrich’s idea about forcing poor kids to do chores so they could eat. And then he tried to claim he didn’t mean what he said. Full details here. Phil Gingrey Gingrey is also a congressman, and it looks like he’ll lose his seat and this Senate race. But maybe that’s for the best since he was featured here when he complained that he only makes $172,000. Only. Paul Broun ...
Oh the political commercials! I just saw the one that Phil Gingrey is using to attack his republican competitors for the primary. And his attack on Karen Handel is funny to me. His attack on her is to say that Karen supports "Teenage Homosexality" because she apparently supports an organization called "YouthPride". What's funny about that is that "youthPride" in Atlanta is an organization in turmoil. They have had financial problems, been evicted from their offices and is led by an arrogant *** who single handedly ruined the organization and is combative with everyone. YouthPride has not served its intended community in any serious fashion in several years now. Youthpride's problems caused others in Atlanta's LGBT community to start new organizations to serve in the capacity that YouthPride had served in the past prior to its current executive "leadership". But US Senate candidate Phil Gingrey felt he needed to use YouthPride as an example of something to hold against Karen Handel claiming she suppo ...
Only a few more hours and this round of nasty ads from the Republican'ts for this primary season will calm down, at least for a while. I admit that there is some entertainment value in seeing them devour each other, but they are competing for the bottom, trying their best to establish which among them can be the most restrictive, regressing, oppressive, a/k/a Conservative Republican. All of the "pro-family" tags are really anti *** It is laughable for all these candidates to say that 6 years into his 8 years as President that they will go to Washington and "STOP Obama!" It is equally laughable that they alone will be able to undo health care benefits for over 8 million people. I find Jack Kingston's smile to be creepy - it looks as though his mouth is just handing open. But chief among the creeps is Phil Gingrey. When he attacks Karen Handel (for whom no love is lost from me) for 'promoting teenage homosexuality' it is infuriating. Republicans do not give one good sh!t about our *** youth. They will do n ...
LMS: Nathan Deal, Phil Gingrey an Jack Kingston. over 316,000 peoples in Ga has signed up for Obama Care. Do you all get the message?
I'd feel sorry for you if my state didn't boast Paul Broun, Phil Gingrey, Newt Gingrich and Erick Erickson. 😜
One must ask: Can we really send these people back to D.C. and expect a change?! I could think of much better way's to spend (or should I say, SAVE) your money. Money Spent Per 1% share of electorate: Paul Broun- $95,691 Phil Gingrey- $74,431 David Perdue- $70,929 Jack Kingston- $55,067 Karen Handel- $28,228 Derrick Grayson- $424
I am concerned that we make decisions about local Republicans from some not-too-intelligent statements made by some of the extremists within the party at the state and national level. The internet is replete with those comments made by Republican extremists that should not reflect negatively on the Party. Just today I scrolled several videos and articles and found some horridly illogical comments from: Greg Abbott, Justin Amash, Sharron Angle, Michele Bachmann, Joe Barton, David Barton, Andre Bauer, Glenn Beck, Diane Black, Marsha Blackburn, Brett Bozell, Jan Brewer, Mo Brooks, Paul Broun, Herman Cain, Stacey Campfield, Ben Carson, John Carter, *** Cheney, Bob Corker, Jerome Corsi, Ann Coulter, Rafael Cruz, Ted Cruz, Ken Cuccinelli, John Culberson, Ron DeSantis, Scott DiJarlais, Tom DeLay, Jim DeMint, Gordon Denlinger, Jeff Duncan, Jeremy Durham, Stephen Fincher, Bryan Fischer, John Fleming, Virginia Foxx, Trent Franks, Scott Garrett, Phil Gingrey, Louie Gohmert, Trey Gowdy, Tom Graves, Sean Hannity, Vic ...
Paul Broun, Jack Kingston, Phil Gingrey... is there any surprise that my home state of GA wants it's own
Great show today check out the 6 pm replay with Congressman Phil Gingrey in studio guest renowned Fitness expert Scott Godwin! Tune in at 6 pm EST! We also talked a little about HB 907, the Taxicab Monopoly Protection Act...Click the link, then Listen Live..Greg's Greg's List
Democrats and their allies currently control the Senate by a margin of 55 to 45. In order to win back control of the Senate, Republicans need a net pick up of six seats. Both parties consider at least 11 races competitive. One of them is in GEORGIA: The race to replace retiring Sen. Saxby Chambliss is considered a must win for Republicans if they want to get a majority. However, polls show that the Democratic candidate, Michelle Nunn, daughter of former Georgia Sen. Sam Nunn, is enjoying a steady lead among the eight Republican candidates -- including Reps. Phil Gingrey, Jack Kingston and Paul Broun and former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel. Nunn has raised the most cash—a cool $3.3 million – and has received backing from several Republicans including former Senators John Warner of Virginia Richard Lugar of Indiana.
Legislative Day! Congressman Phil Gingrey, MD had a successful medical practice for 30 years as an ob-gyn - and...
Congressman Phil Gingrey was born and raised in Augusta. After graduating from St. Thomas Aquinas High School, he moved to Atlanta to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology. Phil co-oped his way through college, and completed his undergraduate studies in Chemistry. With a Bachelor's of Science d...
This coming Saturday I will have the opportunity to speak at the GOP breakfast. David Perdue and Phil Gingrey candidates for the U.S. Senate will also be addressing the Republicans from Gwinnett County.
English Must: Broun Touts English as Official Language in Georgia Senate Race Georgia Senate candidate Paul Broun, seeking to distinguish himself in a crowded Republican primary field, highlighted his support for designating English as the official U.S. language. Appearing with six other Republicans seeking the party’s nomination, Broun made the language issue a central part of his answer to a question about immigration during a debate tonight in Gainesville, Georgia, “The only new law I’d like to see passed is one that makes English the official language of America,” said Broun, a four-term U.S. House member. With no clear frontrunner on the Republican side of the race to replace retiring Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss, Democrats are optimistic about their chances to win in Georgia and have coalesced around Michelle Nunn, the daughter of former Senator Sam Nunn, as their nominee. If no Republican candidate wins a majority in the state’s May 20 primary, the top two vote-getters will compete ...
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As was expected, the 2014 Georgia US Senate Republican Primary is a pure toss up. According to recent polling, the primary is in a dead heat with 5 candidates polling within 1 point of each other: David Perdue, businessman and the cousin of former Governor Sonny Perdue; Jack Kingston, from the US House of Representatives, 1st district; Paul Broun, US House 10th district; Karen Handel, Former GA Secretary of State and 2010 candidate for Governor of GA; and Phil Gingrey, US House 11th district. What makes the race a toss up is that more than 40% of Republican primary voters are undecided. I expect for that number to go down as we approach the primary. Most voters probably aren't tuned to the election yet.
Dear Phil Gingrey. thank you for sending us not one, but 2 campaign flyers to us in our mail yesterday... I'm honored that you want my opinion on immigration/amnesty... now, we are waiting for you to send the stamps so that i can mail this back to you... "this mailing was prepared, published, and mailed at taxpayer expense"
Invocation spoken by Vivian Childs, Pledge led by Anne Mueller. Candidate speeches from Rep. Phil Gingrey, Derrick Grayson, Vivian Childs, and Nancy Jester.
Karen Handel lays into Phil Gingrey and Jack Kingston for past votes to raise debt ceiling, references Gingrey's safari trip
I have just sent letters to the editor for my local, state, and national papers...11 publications in all regarding Gov Deal's failure to enact Medicaid expansion in Georgia, even though Georgians are PAYING for it! I addressed the closing of many rural hospitals as well. ALSO, I condemned the Governor's passing of the buck by leaving the decision up to Tea Party Republicans like Paul Broun and Phil Gingrey who use the ACA for political posturing and care not for the welfare of Georgians. I recommend that everyone write their local editiors - and if you're up for it - the State and National publications as well. Even if they don't get published, the statement is still made. I will be happy to provide talking points to help you with your letter if you so wish. Just let me know. Together, we can do this.
Section 1311(h)(1)(B) of the health law gives the secretary of Health and Human Services blanket authority to dictate how doctors treat patients. Not just patients in government programs like Medicare and Medicaid, but patients with private plans they pay for themselves. On Dec. 2, 2013, we learned from the Federal Register that the rules are now being written. Starting in 2015, insurance companies will be barred from doing business with doctors who fail to comply. The rules will be offered in the name of ensuring “health-care quality,” which of course could mean anything. “The powers given to the secretary are so broad, he or she could literally dictate how all physicians nationwide practice medicine,” warns Congressman Phil Gingrey
New mailer from Phil Gingrey paid for by tax payers! So what are your thoughts?
A friendly, taxpayer-funded note from Phil Gingrey and a new Super PAC for Nathan Deal. Today's Jolt:
Frankly, my dear: A friendly note from Phil Gingrey
Please read especially if you are a Georgian, and remember these names carefully when it's time to vote. Forty-three Republicans have co-sponsored the resolution since Obama’s State of the Union address, where he threatened to enact policies if Congress didn’t act. The Stop This Overreaching Presidency (STOP) measure, introduced by Rep. Tom Rice (R-S.C.), now has 104 co-sponsors, including Senate GOP hopeful Reps. Jack Kingston (Ga.), James Lankford (Okla.), Steve Stockman (Texas), Paul Broun (Ga.), Steve Daines (Mont.) and Phil Gingrey (Ga.). As of now, there are 232 House Republicans, so the STOP resolution has the support of nearly half the caucus. In general, proponents of the measure defend it by relying on platitudes. Rep. Candice Miller (R-Mich.) said she signed on as a cosponsor because it’s wrong for a president to “rule by fiat.” Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) added, “We have a president who once taught the Constitution who has now forgotten the Constitution.” Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) ...
At the UGA College Republicans, I gave a great shoutout to Brian Slowinski, mentioned his famous catchphase. Then, listening to Art Gardner, and now, Phil Gingrey. Any questions, my friends, you want me to ask him? :)
*** Tea Party Takes on Boehner Conservative groups like the Madison Project are using a candidate’s support for House leaders as a litmus test in the mid-term elections. After House Speaker John Boehner pushed through a series of votes opposed by conservatives, including the Farm Bill, the continuing resolution to fund the federal government, and a bill to increase the nation’s debt ceiling, a national conservative group says it will not support GOP candidates in 2014 who support Boehner for Speaker in the next Congress. Daniel Horowitz, policy director for the Madison Project, tells the Daily Beast that the group will not endorse or support candidates in the mid-term elections who would vote to keep any of the current House leadership in the next Congress, including Boehner. “Rubber stamping the omnibus bill, the Farm Bill, and debt ceiling while pushing for Obama’s immigration priorities represents just the latest indication that Boehner would rather fight us than Obama,” Horowitz said. “ .. ...
Here is the the text from HR4008 (Education Freedom Act) from Congressman Phil Gingrey, MD (11th district, Georgia).
Phil Gingrey handed out giant stimulus checks in Georgia.
I've engaged in a constructive dialogue with activist DA King regarding our opposing views on how to deal with illegal immigrants. I challenge the other Senate candidates to join in a substantive discussion on this important issue. Jack Kingston Phil Gingrey Paul Broun Karen Handel David Perdue - U.S. Senate Eugene Yu for US Senate Derrick Grayson for Senate
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Tricia Pridemore (Congressional candidate running to fill the vacated seat of Phil Gingrey) is having an Open House next Saturday, February 22 from 2 - 4 p.m in Towne Lake. Please message Linsey Wisdom if you are interested in attending.
This afternoon, we are hosting a chili tasting for Tricia Pridemoe. She is a conservative Republican running for Congress from Georgia's 11th district. This the seat being vacated by Phil Gingrey who running for Senate. Tricia is the only candidate from Marietta running. Why would we want to be rep rented by someone from Smyrna, Cartersville or Buckhead. That's where her opponents are from. We need fresh new faces like Tricia, who is a successful business person vs. a politician.
/ - Chuck Woolery discusses the budget and AARP with U.S. Representative Phil Gingrey.
Just got back from Ridge Road Kroger. Picked up a voter for Phil Gingrey and Micah Gravley.
According to Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA), $174,000/yr isn't enough to nearly crush the American economy.
I have just listened to a podcast for Paul Broun for U.S. Senator to replace Saxby Chambliss. Congressman Broun is a Marine, and is a Navy Reserve Medical Doctor. He spends his reserve time at Quantico treating Marines and Sailors. He has a plan for health care where the patient has control instead of the government. His immigration policy is to secure the borders first. He practices Judeo/Christian principles. He is endorsed by the Tea Party Express. His main opponents are Phil Gingrey, Jack Kingston, David Perdue and Karen Handle. He has not raised the funds needed in this important race, but in my opinion, he is the best candidate. More than likely, there will be a runoff for the top 2 vote finishers. I believe Paul Broun is the man and I hope you will listen and consider him...
Can anyone tell me why Jeff Mullis, John Deffenbaugh, Nathan Deal, Tom Graves, Tom Price, Johnny Isakson, Phil Gingrey and the Walker County and Catoosa County republican parties doesn't care that President Obama and the Washington RINO's hammer nails in the coffin of the constitution and our country as we know it???
Here's hoping they packed their snow boots. This group of students is in Washington DC, seeing democracy at work through the Close Up Foundation program. They got library cards at the Library of Congress, then toured the Capitol Hill offices of Rep. Phil Gingrey. Their tour guides? Gingrey staffers Sally Rose Larsen '07 and Elizabeth Ezzell Perry '04. Why, there are Wildcats everywhere!
Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) told Breitbart News on Wednesday that his startling exchange with Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius over how many times she met one-on-one with President Barack Obama displayed an alarming level of "evasiveness," an inability "to answer basic questi...
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has caused doctors to react in several ways. Many doctors have already began to either flat-out reject Obamacare or simply leave the industry entirely. However, another group of doctors plan to take their fight all the way to Capitol Hill – by running for the Senate. Eleven reputable doctors across the country have recently put their hats in their respective Senate races to dismantle Obamacare. Among them are Rep. Phil Gingrey, Rep. Paul Broun, Monica Wehby, and Annette Bosworth.
Rep. Phil Gingrey speaks 'On the Record' with Fox News' Greta Van Susteren on his "accountability pledge" and Obamacare's disastrous rollout.
FOR A GOOD LAUGH Is your congressman underpaid? By MICHAEL HILTZIK in MJS's friday Oct. 25th, 2013 Give Congress a pay raise! Oh, have I got your attention now? This may be a case of the worse timing ever, but the question of whether Congress is underpaid actually is on the table right now. You can thank tin-eared representatives such as Phil Gingrey (R-Ga.) who complained at a caucus that his staffers can hop to a lobbying job and make $500,00: "Meanwhile I'm stuck here making $172,000 a year." (Actually it's $174,000) Still, it's not unreasonable to ponder even now whether congressional salaries are so low they interfere with good, uncorrupt governing. That's the view of financial commentator Yves Smith, who argues: "If you pay cops terribly, you'll get cops who take bribes. If you pay members of Congress or regulators way less than first-year law school graduates in large New York or D.C. law firms, you're going to get members and regulators who take bribes." That's true in principle. But the question ...
There was a time the United States of America DID NOT negotiate with terrorists. Following is a list comprised of the NEW FACES of DOMESTIC TERRORISM. They were put into the US House of Representatives and US Senate by people who are every bit as ignorant, narrow-minded and bigoted. All present a grave anger to the rest of us as witnessed by the past two weeks' high-jacking of the US Government by many on the list. Stop the madness. Stand up for what is right. Get these terrorists out of government and out of your lives. • Michele Bachmann, Minnesota, • Joe Barton, Texas • Gus Bilirakis, Florida • Rob Bishop, Utah • Diane Black, Tennessee • Michael C. Burgess, Texas • Paul Broun, Georgia • John Carter, Texas • Bill Cassidy, Louisiana • Howard Coble, North Carolina • Ander Crenshaw, Florida • John Culberson, Texas • Jeff Duncan, South Carolina • Blake Farenthold, Texas • Stephen Fincher, Tennessee • John Fleming, Louisiana • Trent Franks, Arizona • Phil Gingrey, Ge ...
What might happen if we hit the debt ceiling? 1. Credit markets could freeze 2. dollar could plummet 3. Interest rates could skyrocket 4. Recession that could be worse than 2008 with resulting huge unemployment yet again 5. Worldwide chaos financially 6. U.S. would lose it's top credit rating, costing billions a month on higher interest payments on the debt. As I've said many times before, republicans are the spend, spend, spend, NON fiscalites party. It's time to kick out debt-denier politicans: Ted Cruz and his *** co-horts, Mike Lee, Rand Paul, Pat Toomey, Ted Yoho, Mike Crapo, Paul Ryan, Tom Coburn, Steve King, John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Paul Broun, Phil Gingrey, and ALL the others.
It’s enough to make a GA Democrat seriously consider just letting Paul Broun or Phil Gingrey have the seat.
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NEGOTIATION'S IN PROGRESS ? ~ WASHINGTON—As the federal government shutdown stretches into its fourth day, 20 members of the Republican’s Tea Party faction announced this morning they would be willing to support a clean budget resolution bill in exchange for the president’s firstborn daughter, Malia Obama. While members of the Republican Party’s far-right wing have heretofore been resistant to any sort of deal with the White House over the issue of Obamacare, the Tea Party caucus authored and released a short, tersely worded statement this morning in which they agreed to a swift negotiation of an unstipulated spending bill if the president were to deliver “the firstling.” “The girl. Bring us the girl,” said Congressman Steve King (R-IA) as he stood beside fellow Tea Party leaders during this morning’s press conference on the steps of the Capitol. “The bill may pass, but the firstborn shall be ours.” “Heed our bidding,” added an unblinking Phil Gingrey (R-GA). “And thy wish shal ...
Our Government has shut down as planned in 2010 by Lynn Westmoreland and other Tea Party extremists and as now accomplished thanks to extremists like Tom Graves, Paul Broun, Phil Gingrey, Ted Cruz, etc. Shame on those who know better like John Boehner.
A pretty accurate rendering of Ted Cruz's position (and Tom Graves and Phil Gingrey). They as much as admit that most Americans are going to love "Obamacare" after it takes affect, so this is their last chance to stop it, even if a default does wreck the economy. He says we will be, and I quote Sen. Cruz, "addicted to the sugar" of affordable healthcare. That's some "sugar" I want for my loved ones and our posterity.
Making the rounds is a video of U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey of Mareitta suggesting that schools teach appropriate gender roles in marriage. Agree or disagree? Learn more and watch the video here:
Phil Gingrey is running to replace Saxby Chambliss as Ga Senator. Trying to establish his ultra-conservative cred.
Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) suggested Tuesday that young boys and girls should be enrolled in classes to educate them on gender roles so that they can learn "what's important." "Maybe part of the problem is we need to go back into the schools at a very early age, maybe at the grade school level, and ha...
U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey: Gov't should instruct children on abiding by gender roles;
Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) wants American youths to be taught gender stereotypes in grade school classes, so they understand the roles of mothers and fathers — and the importance of allowing only opposite-sex couples to marry. In a speech Monday on the House floor, Gingrey stressed his continued suppo...
The House is expected to vote on H.R. 1797, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, early next week. You may have noticed some negative press the past
Also, Phil Gingrey pulled out a copy of The Constitution today during his speech. lol, like he has even read it.
I forward and post this FYI and interest. Robert Donin Robert Donin Insurance GOP to constituents: Questions on ObamaCare? Call Obama. By Elise Viebeck - 06/15/13 12:00 PM ET Republican lawmakers say they anticipate a flood of questions in the coming months from constituents on the implementation of ObamaCare, which will pose a dilemma for the GOP. [WATCH VIDEO] People regularly call their representatives for help with Medicare, Social Security and other government programs. Yet, Republicans believe healthcare reform spells doom for the federal budget, private businesses and the U.S. healthcare system. They're also enormously frustrated that the law has persevered through two elections and a Supreme Court challenge and believe a botched implementation could help build momentum for the repeal movement. Some Republicans indicated to The Hill they will not assist constituents in navigating the law and obtaining benefits. Others said they would tell people to call the Department of Health and Human Services ( ...
The House of Representatives unanimously passed a resolution Friday that expresses the sense of Congress that active duty military living or stationed in the District of Columbia should have the right to carry a gun. The measure sponsored by Rep. Phil Gingrey, Georgia Republican, was passed by voice...
Like so many times before, I couldn't get a song by James Taylor out of my mind yesterday. "Wasn't that a mighty storm?" It hit all around and the sky was, as has been mentioned so many times...some strange colors. High winds, heavy rains, and now...this afternoon...I'm hot!
Dear Oscar -- My sincere thanks for your incredible encouragement and enthusiasm during these initial weeks of my campaign. The campaign is off to a great start! We received a couple of big boosts this past week. At the 20th Annual Fulton County GOP BBQ this past weekend, I won the straw poll by a significant margin: Karen Handel: 42% Paul Broun: 29% Jack Kingston: 23% Phil Gingrey: 4% David Perdue: 2% Derrick Grayson: 0% This win comes on the heels of finishing a strong first in the straw poll at the recent Georgia GOP State Convention. I appreciate all of the support that made this happen. This Tuesday, it was off to beautiful Ellijay where a big surprise was waiting. The one and only Oscar Poole endorsed my candidacy in front of a great crowd at Sue’s Log Cabin Restaurant. I am honored to have his support – and now I get my very own sign on Oscar’s famous “Pig Hill” outside of Poole’s BBQ. Joe McCutcheon and many other friends from across NW Georgia, were on hand too. Oscar and Joe are suc ...
MORE GUESTS FOR OUR MEETING! Ron Johnson, the newly elected 2 nd. Vice-Chair of the GAGOP will join us Saturday the 15 th. at the Whistle Post. This will definitely give Rockdale a full house as we have Congressman Phil Gingrey, candidate for the U.S. Senate, and Field Searcy, an expert on the dangers of Regionalism, on the roster as well. Come join us, please bring some non-perishable food items along with your donation to the Party. The Food Pantry at Rockdale Emergency Relief is in need of canned meat, peanut butter & jelly, breakfast cereal, Hamburger Helper, pasta and pasta sauce.
What is it with some of these Republican Representatives and their views and opinions on RAPE??? Phil Gingrey, of Georgia, Todd Akin of Missouri, and Trent Franks of Arizona should open mouth and insert foot -- Oh that's what they already did!
Phil Gingrey WANTS GOP nomination for U.S. Senate in 2014. he said he'd be open to regulating the size of magazines you can own. No 2 Phil
Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) is the newest member of Congress launching an attack on DC Home Rule.
Not Todd Akin, not Richard Mourdock, not Phil Gingrey, not Roscoe Bartlett, not Tom Smith, not Roger Rivard in WI. None of them.
Rep. Gingrey responds to constituent taxation concerns, and explains his support for H.R. 25, the Fair Tax Act.
New post: Phil Gingrey to offer D.C. military right-to-carry amendment
Just got off the Phone with the Offices of Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson, The aids that answered the phones sounded worn out, i know it took me several calls to get through this morning, So I do believe the People of Georgia are calling their senators about the Immigration Bill, the Reid Gun Grab and the UN Gun grab. When i touched on these three subjects they sounded even more tired. Apparently this is what they have been hearing all morning and probably for several weeks. So folks keep calling them. keep reminding them who they work for, Now Saxby is not seeking election, and several Good conservative candidates have come forward. But there is a Dem in the Mix. Sam Nunns Daughter, we all remember Sam. "Sam Nunn Wants your Gun" He still does and will use his daughter to get it. Come election time, Choose a candidate that will stand for the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. Ms. Nunn is not that person. Phil Gingrey is, Lets take back the Senate in 2014, and Gain even more seat ...
June 29 Come Joins us at Lake Burton LaPrades for the Senate Candidate Forum. Get up close and learn about each candidate. Phil Gingrey, Paul Broun, Jack Kingston, David Purdue, and Karen Handel. Its gonna be a great day and a great event.
"Phil Gingrey, Tom Price, a black guy with a felony who can't run"-My unintentional Stefon moment in speaking about a GOP function I was at
In response to constituent concerns about the recent discriminatory targeting of Tea Party groups by the IRS, Rep. Gingrey outlines his concerns and his ongo...
Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-Ga.) is apparently thinking about jumping into the race to replace retiring Georgia Sen. Saxby Chambliss and, as a part of getting ready to present himself as a credible candidate, is walking back some of his previous positions. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Jim Galloway --...
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Email from Congressman Alan Grayson. A democrat who cares. Dear Emil: How is that crazy proposal to cut Social Security benefits? Food for worms. Kicked the bucket. Bought the farm. Six feet under. Dead dead dead. What do I mean? On April 5, the New York Times ran this disturbing headline: "Obama Budget to Include Cuts to Programs in Hopes of Deal" But here are some more recent headlines: Red-State Democrats Buck Obama On Social Security Cuts, Huffington Post Ryan Sees No 'Grand Bargain' on Budget, Wall Street Journal Republicans Sean Duffy, Phil Gingrey Oppose Obama's Social Security Cut, Huffington Post Richard Trumka: The 'grand bargain' is a dead end, The Cap Times Deficit Deal Even Less Likely, Wall Street Journal No Push for a Grand Bargain on the Deficit? Fox Business News And who led the charge? Moi, as John Kerry would say. Consider this quote from the lead article in the New York Times on April 10, just after Obama's budget was released: "The A.F.L.-C.I.O. president, Richard Trumka, in a blister ...
Candidates for primaries voice either support or utter outrage
From Marietta Daily Journal: U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-Marietta), who is running for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Saxby Chambliss, also voiced his support for the program. “When used appropriately” the gathered intelligence has exposed national security threats and stopped terrorist plots, he said. “We must utilize every available resource in our efforts to prevent terrorist attacks and protect American lives. Of equal importance, however, is ensuring the rights and privacy of law-abiding citizens,” Gingrey said. My take: Liberty vs. Security is a balancing act. It is not a 50/50 proposition though, as Cong. Gringrey would have us believe. Liberty always wins. Liberty gave the world America. The only real hope for mankind is liberty, and America has shed blood, lots of blood, to spread the concept of liberty worldwide. What Gringrey and others who drink the Koolaid in Washington believe is that the government can be trusted. So we intercept hundreds of millions of calls to identify 600 +/- ind ...
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The loudest Republican members of the Georgia Congressional Delegation have managed to make our state the laughing-stock with jewels that have included: Paul Broun, MD (Medical College of Georgia) ...
Saxby Chambliss feels bad that women in the military get raped, but hey, there's hormones, so what can you do?
Rep. Phil Gingrey, (R-G.A.), on Susan Rice as National Security Advisor and the IRS Scandal.
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss believes that raging hormones are an excuse for sexual assaults in the military. He explained it like this yesterday: “The young folks that are coming into each of your services are anywhere from 17 to 22-23. Gee whiz -- the hormone level created by nature sets in place the possibility for these types of things to occur.” Sen. Chambliss said this during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing. But here’s the thing. Not a single candidate running to take his place in the U.S. Senate has pushed back on those comments. Not Paul Broun. Not Phil Gingrey. Not Jack Kingston. Not even Karen Handel. This is just wrong. After Sen. Chambliss made his outrageous comments, elected officials from both political parties have gone out of their way to say how incredibly wrong and misguided it is to write-off sexual assault against women as just something that kids do. And one Republican got it exactly right: "It’s simple; criminals are responsible for sexual assaults, not hormones." But ...
Went to a Gingrey meeting for women tonight. To all my FB friends that live in Georgia. Phil Gringrey is running for US Senate. He is a conservative and has been in politics for many years. He is currently a US Congressman and he was an OBGYN Doctor. He has family values. If you can put a yard sign up or hand out flyers, let me know. Wherever you are in Georgia, we need you. Thanks.
Meets at 4:00, 2nd Sunday of the month, Latimer Hall, downtown Woodstock. Stands for less government and less spending.
Donna Sheldon, Phil Gingrey and Karen Handel were our guest speakers.
Today we wanted to show you a video released by the U.S. House GOP Doctors Caucus which features Rep. Phil Gingrey, M.D. (GA-11); Rep. Andy Harris, M.D. (MD-1); and Rep. Phil Roe, M.D. (TN-1). This video is well worth watching as it discusses the failure (at least according t...
U.S Congressmen Paul Broun, Phil Gingrey, potential candidates Congressman Jack Kingston and former Secretary of State Karen Handel have agreed to participate in the first public forum of the 2014 Senate Race. The Forum is hosted by citizen watchdog group C.H.A.R.G.E. and will be held on Saturday, J...
Phil Gingrey's in Senate race; Bob Barr and Ed Lindsey may run for his 11th District House seat . . .
Paul Broun, watch your six: Phil Gingrey has made a senior hire for a likely Senate bid of his own
State Senator Barry Loudermilk is considering a run for Congress for the seat now held by Phil Gingrey,If Barry decides to run, I will endorse him with enthusiasm as he is a super taxpayer champion.I am looking forward to Steve Moore speech in Atlanta the 27th of March and to having stock market expert Ted Parrish on my show this Thursday.
All of the GOP congressmen looking at a run in Georgia: Reps. Tom Price, Phil Gingrey, Jack Kingston, Paul Broun and Tom Graves.
So you might have heard that U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey of Marietta got himself into some trouble last week when he talked about rape. Gingrey, now in his sixth term in the House, said fellow Republican Todd Akin of Missouri was "partly right" when Akin said last year that a woman’s body...
OATH KEEPERS - Believe that the day is imminent per a group called Oath Keepers, one of the fastest-growing "patriot" organizations on the right. Founded last April by Yale-educated lawyer and ex-Ron Paul aide Stewart Rhodes, the group has established itself as a hub in the sprawling anti-Obama movement that includes Tea Partiers, Birthers, and 912ers. Glenn Beck, Lou Dobbs, and Pat Buchanan have all sung its praises, and in December, a grassroots summit it helped organize drew such prominent guests as representatives Phil Gingrey and Paul Broun, both Georgia Republicans. SCARY GROUP
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Phil Gingrey *and* Paul Broun in GOP primary? Who knows what voter blocks they'll upset! The possibilities are endless!
Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) has decided to run for the open seat of retiring Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R), the Washington Post reported Friday. Over a decade-plus in Washington, the self-described “pro-life OB-GYN” has become famous for amassing on of the most extreme voting records in Congress and a long…
So, in all seriousness - I am writing a list of all potential US Senate Candidates on the GOP side and I am wondering if I missed anyone. I have Paul Broun, Casey Cagle, Phil Gingrey, Jack Kingston, Karen Handel and Tom Price. Did I miss an obvious potential candidate?
Meeting with Saxby Chambliss, Phil Gingrey, Johnny Isakson, John Lewis staffers today. Why? and because
YOU DON'T SAY For some members, their gun ownership is a point of pride. Rep. Phil Gingrey, R-Ga., provided a list of weapons he owns, and his spokeswoman followed up a few days later to note the congressman had also just bought "a third-generation Glock G27" handgun. Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, who famously used a rifle to shoot a copy of an environmental bill in a 2010 campaign ad, seemed surprised by the question about his gun ownership, pointing out that he is from West Virginia. "Why would anybody not own a gun?" he asked. At least a dozen members spoke of heirloom weapons, inherited from fathers, grandfathers and mothers, that are as much a part of the family as their name. Rep. John Barrow, D-Ga., in a television ad, proudly brandishes the Smith & Wesson his grandfather used to stop a lynching -- but his office did not return phone calls to confirm his gun ownership. Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pa., keeps a pistol and two rifles as mementos of his late father. Asked about his gun ownership, Sen. Rob Port ...
I live in GA..Rep. Paul Broun or Phil Gingrey would not only win the GOP primary here, one of them would be the next Sen. OMG
Dr. Phil Gingrey, just one of several embarassments in the Georgia GOP delegation. Eyes on you Paul Broun, Tom Price...
To those of us who hoped Erick Erickson would leap into the Republican primary to succeed retiring Sen. Saxby Chambliss--perhaps mixing it up with other "true conservatives" like Paul Broun and Phil Gingrey and maybe Karen Handel--today's news bulletin from
I am sure you know I am a true blue Democrat. With Saxby Chambless' announcement Rachel Maddow floated the names of Herman Cain, Paul Broun, Phil Gingrey and Karen Handel as possible Rep candidates. What good, honest Georgia Democrat can run?
My Congressman, Saxby Chambliss, is giving it up! And the RW selections that are being touted to run for his seat are real nut jobs: Phil Gingrey (who said Todd Akin was right) and the woman who got Susan B. Komen in so much PR trouble... HERE'S OUR CHANGE GEORGIA DEMS - Maybe we can have an outcome like Claire McCatskill who took Akins seat in Missouri last November. Georgia's not as red as they think...
Late Breaking News out of Washington: Our Senator Saxby Chambliss will not seek a third term next year. He cites frustration with Washington politics in his decision to leave Congress after serving a combined 20 years in the Senate and the House. "The debt-ceiling debacle of 2011 and the recent fiscal-cliff vote showed Congress at its worst and, sadly, I don't see the legislative gridlock and partisan posturing improving anytime soon," Chambliss said. Chambliss' impending departure is sure to lead to a spirited contest to succeed him. Names that have been floated as possibilities on the Republican side include U. S. Reps Tom Price of Roswell, Phil Gingrey of Marietta, Paul Broun of Athens, Jack Kingston of Savannah and Lynn Westmoreland of Grantville.
"None of the things he said were rooted in fact." - Dr. Willie Parker on Rep. Phil Gingrey's remarks about rape and conception
Feminist Friday on Geena Davis has a new show! Phil Gingrey is an *** Amy Poehler fights negativity!
GOP Rep. Phil Gingrey said Todd Akin was "partially right" when he said a 'legitimate rape' rarely causes pregnancy.
Rep. Phil Gingrey, thanks for letting us know how you really feel... SMDH.
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U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-Marietta) tackled such sensitive topics as gun reform, abortion and rape during the Smyrna Area Council of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce breakfast which took place Thursday at the Smyrna Community Center.
Phil Gingrey, Todd Akin, and Richard Mourdock: The GOP’s rape problem is spreading.
Rep. Phil Gingrey: Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock are right about rape - In an address to the Cobb County, GA...
Hey ladies! Check out U.S. Rep. Paul Broun of Georgia's bill, The Sanctity of Human Life Bill". Co-sponsored by Phil Gingrey, Lynn Westmoreland, Paul Ryan and other Republican legislators, the bill states “the life of each human being begins with fertilization, cloning, or its functional equivalent, irrespective of sex, health, function or disability, defect, stage of biological development, or condition of dependency, at which time every human being shall have all the legal and constitutional attributes and privileges of personhood.” With no exception for rape, that means that if you get raped and became pregnant, you'd have to keep your rape baby...
Rep. Phil Gingrey says Todd Akin's "legitimate rape" comment was partially right | Slate
I arrived in India on December 16, the same day a 23 year medical student was brutally gang-raped on a bus in Delhi. Her fight for life-- a fight she eventually lost-- was the only story anyone cared about in Delhi for the entire time I was there. The core of the downtown was often shut down-- the metro stations closed and the roads in and out barricaded-- as hundreds of thousands of Indians protested, first the brutality of the crime and Indian society's nonchalance towards violence against women, but eventually the inevitable police brutality directed against the protesters. Like everyone in Delhi at that time, I got to know her story well. The culprits have been caught and are facing widespread calls for the use of the death penalty. We've looked at this here through the prism of right-wing fanatics like Todd Akin, Phil Gingrey and Richard Mourdock, all of whom, like primitives in India believe in "legitimate rape" and have an inborn tendency to blame women for arousing men to commit the terrible crime ...
Introducing a new candidate for douchbag congressman of the month: Phil Gingrey. He's a OB who says that Todd "legitimate rape" Akin was partially right. He also tells infertile couples to go have a glass of wine and relax. Neither are correct. For a couple with actual infertility (one year of unprotected sex, 2 or more miscarriages) "go on vacation" is incredible patronizing and horrible medical advice. You would never tell someone on diabetes to go to Disneyland instead of doing a work up and treating their condition. The inability to have children is incredibly painful and as reproduction is of the major body functions, it is a real medical condition and should be treated as such. I would not have my babies without skilled medical care including surgery. On to his statement that Todd Akin was partially right, again it is astounding to see someone who has gone to medical school and is an OB/GYN display that level of ignorance about the basic functions of the female reproductive system. Oh and this ...
Last year, Republicans likely lost two U.S. Senate seats because their candidates claimed “legitimate rape” is a form of contraception and that pregnancies resulting from rape are a “gift from God.” Last week, Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) again demonstrated the GOP’s frequent willingness to belittle rap...
Now another Republican leader is speaking up. Rep. Phil Gingrey of Georgia, a 10-year congressman and co-chairman of the 21-member House Republican Doctors Caucus, is defending Akin’s remark in addition to other GOP Rape Extremists.
Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-Ga) Sat on the House Science Committee - Gingrey, who partially defended Todd Akin on "legitimate rape," also chairs the GOP Doctor’s Caucus
"Gingrey on Akin’s ‘legitimate rape’ comments: ‘He’s partly right’ " Nat Journ Jan 11 Phil Gingrey has waded dangerously into the “legitimate rape” debate that helped derail two Republican Senate candidates in 2012. Gingrey, a Georgia Republican, defended Missouri Republican and former Rep. Todd Akin’s controversial suggestion last year that women who endure a “legitimate rape” have biological mechanisms to " shut that whole thing down” and prevent pregnancy. Gingrey, citing his work as an OB-GYN and helping deliver babies for decades, told the Marietta Daily Journal that Akin “was partially right” and that “the media took that and tore it apart.” Here’s the relevant part of the interview, as printed in the Journal: Gingrey: “And in Missouri, Todd Akin … was asked by a local news source about rape and he said, ‘Look, in a legitimate rape situation’ — and what he meant by legitimate rape was just look, someone can say I was raped: a scared-to-death 15-year-old th ...
Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) told an audience this week that former colleague Todd Akin was “partly right” when he claimed women can resist pregnancy from “legitimate rape.” Gingrey has something else in common with Akin — both served on the House science committee, whose members have left a trail of ou...
Ladies, if Phil Gingrey leaves congress and goes back to being a Doctor promise not see him professionally. HE HAS BACKED UP Todd Akin with the "female body shutting down when there is a legitimate rape". What is the matter with these GOPs?.and Gingrey had the nerve to admit to being a doctor so he knows what he is talking about?QUACK QUACK! He not only missed the whole female reproduction in medical school but he didn't seem to catch the K-12 presentation either. I see a pattern here, education is lacking. I could almost understand if this was a statement made by a centenarian or older but these men are about 70 years old.
I just signed a petition to Rep. Phil Gingrey (GA-11): Because of your flatly false and incredibly offensive defense of "legitimate rape," we the undersigned call on you to immediately resign from Congress.
Between the irrational liberal freak-out over Rep. Phil Gingrey and the ongoing irrational conservative freak-out over gun control, I'm feeling pretty annoyed with politics today.
If anyone is looking for a reminder of why you should hate the religious conservatist fervor that has completely subverted the Republican Party, there's a gallery on the Daily Beast of some of the really dumb stuff that various Republican candidates/politicians have said recently. Thanks, Phil Gingrey for reminding us just how cracked your side is.
Add Georgia representative Phil Gingrey to the ever-growing list of Republicans who can't stop making offensive comments about rape. During an interview with
The National Rifle Association, a lobbying organization that exploits the fears of millions to protect the financial interests of gun manufacturers, says it wants an assault weapon ban off the table. OK, good luck with that! Tonight on “The Ed Show” at 8pET on MSNBC, Ed Schultz welcomes Mark Glaze Director of Mayors Against Illegal Guns, for a closer look at what’s behind the NRA’s agenda. Then, gun extremists grasp for straws, even exploiting the civil rights movement, in the face of gun reform. Michael Eric Dyson, Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University and author (“Can You Hear Me Now?”), sets them straight. Rep. Phil Gingrey backs up Todd Akins’ disgusting “legitimate rape” claim. Karen FinneyMSNBC Political Analyst and former DNC Communications Director, responds to the GOP’s newest charge on women. The key to filibuster reform could all be in Harry Reid’s hands. Howard Dean, former Democratic National Committee Chairman, former presidential candidate and the founde ...
A Georgia Republican congressman said that former Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin, R, was "partly right" in asserting that victims of "legitimate rape" rarely become pregnant. Rep. Phil Gingrey, R-Ga., a former obstetrician-gynecologist, said at a town hall meeting th …
Former Senate candidates Todd Akin (R-Mo.) and Richard Mourdock (R-Ind.) may have lost their respective elections over their controversial comments about rape and abortion, but Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-Ga.) made the point clear on Thursday that they are not alone in their beliefs.
To my Rep. Phil Gingrey: The answer to ANY question about "legitimate" rape is NO. Not "partially right" or "a little bit correct"...it is NO. It is not the "medias fault" they are YOUR WORDS, take personal responsibility for your own answers. Media: "Are Todd Akin and Richard Murdoch correct?" Gingrey: "NO"! If you can't navigate the legitimate rape question from the media, even if its some "liberal rag" reporter...you shouldn't hold elected office.
Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) defended former Rep. Todd Akin (R-MO)’s claim that women who are victims of a “legitimate rape” can’t get pregnant. Speaking to the Marrietta Daily Journal, Gingrey, a doctor who is co-chair of the GOP’s Doctor Caucus, stuck by Akin’s distinction between “legitimate” and “il...
WASHINGTON, DC — If one doubted the power of lobbyist Grover Norquist’s anti-tax pledge, Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) provided a sterling example Tuesday. ThinkProgress spoke with the Georgia Republican today on Capitol Hill about the fiscal cliff negotiations. When we asked about a possible deal that l...
Numbers USA reports: Last month, Rep. Phil Gingrey sent a letter (upload our letter and hyperlink) to the Social Security Administration requesting details to how the agency would manage the issuance of Social Security cards to illegal aliens who receive deferred action and a work permit through the...
Creepy Fact of the day: THESE Congressmen are OBG/YN's Sen. Tom Coburn and Reps. Michael C. Burgess, Ron Paul, Phil Roe, and Phil Gingrey
It was one of the most pathetic things I've ever been forced to witness. Theodore Roosevelt would have said of Phil Gingrey (as he once said of his boss, President McKinley):
Some of the media & democratic LIES LIES LIES, the Democratic Party in CONGRESS have about equal money as Republicans, and Obama is the 6th. richest at 12 million dollars. I'm not saying that both Parties aren't rich, but they aren't one sided . Some might think Republicans are the wealthiest, but not necessarily. That’s true in the House where 110 Republicans are millionaires, compared to 73 Democrats. But in the Senate, Democrats are on top with 36 millionaires, compared to 30 Republicans. What about Georgia’s members? Three of the 4 wealthiest are Republicans: Rep. Tom Price at just over $12-million, Sen. Johnny Isakson at just under $12-million, and Rep. Phil Gingrey at nearly $5-million, followed by Democrat Rep. John Barrow at nearly $3.8-million. Only one of the 4 least wealthy Georgia members is a Republican: Rep. Lynn Westmoreland at $291,001, followed by Democrat Representatives, John Lewis at $72,004,
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Mitt Romney campaign surrogate Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) admitted that the GOP presidential candidates was changing his positions and moving towards the middle in order to win over voters, during an appearance on CNN’s Starting Point on Friday morning. Gingrey’s comments, reminiscent of Romney adviso...
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John Lewis was introduced on CNN as "Phil Gingrey"!
Also I want it to be known that when I speak up for things like the situation affecting Wal-Mart's minimum wage employees, I always consider local businesses and the local economy in the process. I do not want people to think I am a far-left, reactionary figure. I may be "loud", but I think people just aren't used to a moderate, inclusive Democrat being passionate and outspoken. I guess they feel like "moderates" are supposed to be timid. I am "moderate" in that I have an open mind to many political coalitions. From businesses to civil rights groups to traditionalists and/or conservatives... they all have a place in a good southern Democratic party. They might have a lot to argue about, but that is better than nodding in agreement with everything Tom Graves, Phil Gingrey and a couple of certain state senators in the region always seem to dictate as party platform from the top down. The Democratic party is the party of the people. We believe in building things from the bottom up. And no, that's not sociali ...
The Ponder Newsletter 092012-2 Nile Virus vs. The Clean Water Act U.S. Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-OH), Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment, has received numerous reports indicating that mosquito control programs have been severely impacted by reduced operations due to increased administrative costs and fears of litigation surrounding new court-mandated Clean Water Act (CWA) requirements. * The GAIN Act As a result of the GAIN Act, legislation authored by Rep. Phil Gingrey, M.D., the FDA this week conferred special status to delafloxacin, a new drug being developed for use in hospitals as a “first-line” antibiotic. The bipartisan GAIN Act, signed into law in July, aims to spur development of new drugs to treat the growing number of “superbugs.” It also streamlines and fast-tracks the FDA review process, ensuring patients have access to life-saving treatments. The drug is under development to treat lung infections, including pneumonia and bronchitis, and skin infections by R ...
U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey has won a crowded GOP primary in Georgia's 11th Congressional District and will be a favorite to win a sixth term...
Longtime Sandy Springs resident William Llop, 53, will be on the Republican ballot July 31, facing U.S. District 11 incumbent Phil Gingrey, R-Marietta, and fellow challenger Michael S. Opitz of Marietta. Llop made a campaign stop at Sandy Springs City Hall during the public comment portion of last ...
I wonder if Phil Gingrey's secretary looked me up after I hung up and disregarded my comments when she realized I was under 18.
This is why Phili Gingrey needs to go !Mike OPitz ...there is a change . If Republicans are remotely serious about cutting the federal budget, one litmus test should be eliminating the $34 billion loan program that produced Solyndra—the solar company that went bankrupt after receiving $500 million of taxpayer subsidies. Today the House Energy and Commerce Committee will vote on a bill sponsored by Chairman Fred Upton called the No More Solyndras Act. This would defund the Energy Department loan guarantee program. But some Republicans are teaming up with Democrats to save the subsidies for wind, solar, nuclear and advanced coal projects that are in their own backyards. Republicans Joe Barton and Michael Burgess of Texas and Phil Gingrey of Georgia have defended this politicized venture capital operation. Messrs. Burgess and Gingrey didn't return our calls, but Mr. Gingrey said in one hearing that "I'm not ready to say we should throw the baby out with the bathwater and just eliminate the loan programs en ...
U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey called House Speaker John Boehner a likeable guy, and said he would not push for new leadership if he’s elected to a sixth term in Congress. “No one’s perfect,” the Marietta Republican said during a political forum hosted by the Bartow County GOP on Thursday. “There ...
If you're in back-bencher Phil Gingrey's Congressional district, please take a llook at Llop:
6/25 BILL BENNETT 6-9am: Guest Host is Byron York. Guests are Rep. Phil Gingrey and Mark Krikorian. Hear it online
Seems like Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA) forgot about the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850:
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