How does a Presidential "front runner" like Newt, manage to FAIL to even get his name on the ballot?

Is he that incompetent or just stupid ? Is he following Cain's lead and trying to run from the "outside"? I find it hard to believe that Newt couldn't even FAKE 10,000 signatures. I could probably knock that out in an hour for him. What a clown. Yeah, he's gonna FIX America..........and he forgets to do the simplest , most basic thing he needs to do to even be on the ballot! Wotta great job!

Asked By: - 12/30/2011
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Some candidates use the primaries to further other agenda's. And why not if you can get people to give you money which pays you to travel around and meet people and write it all off and pay no taxes on it. (If this happened to an average citizen it would probably be classified as a gift and taxed.) Also if you do not... More
Answered By: bigB - 12/30/2011
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Because unlike Obama, Newt wouldn't cheat his way into the White House and proceed to ruin our country.
Answered By: Kaleb - 12/30/2011
He's a L O S E R
Answered By: Troy - 12/30/2011
How does an ACTUAL PRESIDENT manage to create less 'shovel ready' jobs than my neighbors two dogs?
Answered By: Death by - 12/30/2011
Ya snooze ya lose!!!! He waited too long.
Answered By: ManBearPig - 12/30/2011
His staff failed him. BTW, only Romney and Paul got on the ballot as far as I know. It isn't that important as it is only one small state.
Answered By: timetravler - 12/30/2011
Obama wasn't even supposed to be on the ballot to run, 1000 illegal on his petition. Newt isn't as slick and sleazy as the other only 2 that did get 10,000 signatures. Paul's 3rd time around and Romney's second. Romney's church friends were all over that and Paul's college children were all over that. I am not so... More
Answered By: Sharon - 12/30/2011
Newt is not a smartest man we all know.. they are all Phony baloney .....
Answered By: Joseph S - 12/30/2011
i defiinitely agree with your last statement. the problem he had is that he did fake signatures. he just didnt have enough real supporters. he nad perry tried to run with only 1000 extra . both werre kidked out. its all a circus anyway. they are playing musucal chairs with the nomination. shows how fickle... More
Answered By: Tom R - 12/30/2011
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