Gingrich Unleashes Vince Haley As New Campaign Chair


Thursday, March 29, 2012

Oh NO! Gingrich Unleashes Vince Haley As New Campaign Chair

Vince Haley
As usual, the main stream media spends its time parroting presidential aspirant, Speaker Newt Gingrich’s, recent announcement to reduce his campaign staff by one-third and narrow his focus on those goals which he hopes will carry him on to the GOP Convention in Tampa in August.  But because many of today’s journalists are so lazy and don’t know how to go a step further … they’ve missed the huge story.

So, here is the big news in this whole transition: who Newt tapped as the new man in charge of the Gingrich 2012 election ship, Vince Haley––who replaces Michael Krull.

Now believe me, Haley, is a piece of work!

Best known for his keen ability to “think outside the Washington, D.C. beltway box” and… for not being afraid to verbalize and implement his unconventional–– often radical ideas––Haley, without a doubt was the quiet boots-on-the-ground, mastermind of Gingrich’s South Carolina primary win.
No one in America (including former community organizer, Barack H. Obama, nor Karl Rove of the Bush administration) does grassroots strategising as effectively as Vince Haley. Don’t let the youth of Haley fool you… he is a prolific writer and one of the best opposition researchers in politics today.
His uncanny ability to draft strategic plans that include layers-upon-layers of variables and options, and also his nonchalant style of incorporating matrixes of plans A’s and B’s within any given strategic plan… makes him a force to be reckoned with.
Haley has long been considered one of Newt’s coveted secret weapons. Cloaked in an unassuming, boy-next-door persona, Vince Haley’s behind-the-scenes hardball tactics have disarmed many in the political field… often catching off-guard those who have discounted his abilities. Consequently, by the time it has been realized that he has seized control of the political debate and has forever altered the trajectory of the moment  … it’s too late!

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