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What You Should Know / July 30, 2010 -- Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich twice called on the United States to attack North Korea and Iran Thursday because the United States has only attacked "one out of three" of so-called "Axis of Evil" members by invading Iraq. He also claimed that Muslims are trying to install Sharia law on America and said that the "War on Terror" should have been a war on "radical Islamists" instead. On the reaction to Bush's declaration of an "Axis of Evil," Gingrich blamed Democrats because Americans had not followed through on President Bush's words:I believe he was right but in fact could not operationalize what he said. That is, there was an Axis of Evil, Iran, Iraq, North Korea. Well we're one out of three. And people ought to think about that. If Bush was right in January of 2002 -- and by the way virtually the entire Congress gave him a standing ovation when he said it -- then why is it that the other two parts of the Axis of Evil are still visibly, cheerfully making nuclear weapons? And it's because we've stood at brink, looked over and thought, "Too big a problem."

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  • 1. FrankMcG  |  July 31st, 2010 at 11:59 am

    Why is the Huffington Post designed like a myspace page.

  • 2. winter  |  August 1st, 2010 at 3:41 pm

    If theres a bigger bald faced opportunist than Newt I have’t seen him. His spots perform like a kaleidescope whenever he’s in front of the cameras. One thing he is expert in is where and how to grease his way to whoring for his handlers. What a pathetic excuse for a human being.

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