Monday, January 23, 2012


Dear Fellow American:

Newt Gingrich is winning — because millions of Americans like you are standing up

to the liberal media and the moderate Republican establishment.

Newt Gingrich — and you — won BIG in South Carolina on Saturday.

It was a huge victory!

Just 2 weeks ago Mitt Romney was leading Newt with a double-digit lead.

But Newt came from behind — and won!

He can do the same in Florida and all across the nation.

We were able to win in South Carolina because Winning Our Future PAC took the lead in running TV and radio ads across the state.

Please remember that South Carolina was the FIRST primary in which supporters of Newt were able to get their message out to primary voters by running ads countering Mitt Romney's distortions and lies.

We were outspent by Romney and his allies by more than 4 to 1 in South Carolina.

And we still won! We won because we have the truth on our side.

Once we were able to expose Romney for the liberal establishment Republican he really is, support for him quickly evaporated.

We want to do continue to do this in Florida and across the nation.

Please help us expose Mitt Romney — Donate Here Now

We want to warn voters that Mitt Romney's healthcare plan — Romneycare — which he pushed through  in liberal Massachusetts, was used as the model by Barack Obama for his Obamacare program.

Mitt still refuses to apologize for his mandated healthcare program, one that has caused insurance and health costs to skyrocket in Massachusetts.

And Romneycare — shockingly — even offered free, taxpayer-funded healthcare to illegal immigrants.

Newt Gingrich is promising he will completely dismantle Obamacare.

And Newt is promising to cut taxes by creating a simple flat tax of just 15 percent for all Americans.

Amazingly, Mitt Romney wants a 25 percent minimum tax plan — even though, according to his own admission, he personally pays about 15 percent on all his multimillion-dollar income!

Newt wants every American — rich and poor — to benefit from the same low flat tax that Mitt Romney benefits from today!

Newt wants to offer America a bold vision, one in keeping with Ronald Reagan's conservatism, to renew America's economic prosperity by cutting taxes, cutting spending and balancing the budget once and for all.

He wants a strong America, one that recognizes our exceptionalism on the world stage.

Newt is the only candidate with the proven track record of implementing a conservative agenda.

As Speaker of the House, Newt pushed through his Contract with America that cut taxes, restrained spending  . . . and forced Democrat Bill Clinton to come to the table. They even reformed welfare and led the nation to four successive balanced budgets.

The voters in South Carolina saw right through Mitt Romney's negative attacks and the desperate liberal media efforts to torpedo his candidacy with personal attacks.

Michael Reagan recently endorsed Speaker Gingrich, saying Newt alone is the Republican candidate that will continue Ronald Reagan's legacy.

Sarah Palin urged South Carolina voters to vote for Newt Gingrich, saying he was a true conservative.

And the Reverend Donald Wildmon, president of the American Family Association, has strongly endorsed Newt for President.

In Florida, the former attorney general Bill McCollum, who sued to have Obamacare ruled unconstitutional, has endorsed Newt Gingrich.

In the days and weeks ahead, millions of Americans will follow the lead of these conservative leaders and support Newt Gingrich.

Now is your moment to join with our crusade — Go Here Now and Help Us

Winning Our Future urgently needs your help for the battle in Florida and across the United States.

This battle won't be easy.

It will require your efforts, your financial support, your votes. At the end of this process I have no doubt Republican voters will back Newt Gingrich for President.

Republicans want their party's nominee to challenge the Washington insiders.

They want a candidate who will confront "politics as usual."

They want a candidate who will stand up to the liberal media and the Democrats in Congress.

They want a candidate who can articulate a vision for America, one that contrasts with Obama's socialist agenda.

They want a candidate who can debate Barack Obama and win.

They want a candidate who will defeat Obama this November.

The voters in South Carolina just told us who that candidate is.

Michael Reagan recently said: "So I ask my fellow Republicans and conservatives to join me in supporting Newt Gingrich for president."

If you agree with Michael Reagan, please Go Here Now

In just over a week, Republican voters will go to the polls in Florida.

It's a critical state for Newt. Newt can win Florida.

Just in the last election, Florida voters elected Marco Rubio to the Senate, defeating the moderate establishment Republican Charlie Crist.

Once again, Florida will have a choice — between a Marco Rubio conservative like Newt and a moderate "Charlie Crist" Republican like Mitt Romney.

We believe Florida voters will choose Newt.

Right now Winning Our Future has to raise millions of dollars to buy TV and radio ads across Florida.

Mitt Romney has already spent millions in Florida attacking Newt.

We urgently need to fight back. We urgently need your help.

Please help us fight for Newt and a winning agenda to defeat Barack Obama — Donate Here Now

Thank you.

Becky Burkett

President, Winning Our Future

P.S. Mitt Romney is running scared. He thought that with all the establishment endorsements — he'd waltz to the nomination. But poll after poll shows that Republican voters overwhelmingly don't want Romney. Let's not elect a candidate Republican voters don't like!

Later this year when the Republican nominee debates Barack Obama, it will be a decisive moment. Who do you want to debate Obama? Mitt Romney or Newt Gingrich? We all know that only Newt will expose Obama's liberal agenda and win the debate and the November election.

Help us make a Newt-versus-Obama debate a reality — Donate Here Now

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