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Sam Cummings Pf. Mello Public Communication 040 Crimes Against Gingrich As in most articles written by politicians, the following is staggeringly biased. The side being argued for has sound ‘logic’ to back it, while the opposing side barely has a means of being in the argument at all. In this lies the problem, how is one supposed to read such propaganda and believe it to be anything else? Newt Gingrich is one of the most recognizable and well-known Republican politicians of the last two decades. He was honored with the “Person of the Year” award in 1995, by Time Magazine, for his significant role in leading the Republican Revolution in the House of Representatives. This revolution allowed for the Republican Party to hold majority in the House for the first time in 40 years while Gingrich was Speaker. It should come as no surprise that virtually anything Gingrich advocates would surely be biased to this side, as this article proves. In Gingrich’s article “Food Stamps or Paycheck’s?” he addresses the issues of the increase in Food Stamp usage and increase in unemployment since President Obama has taken office and Nancy Pelosi has take her position as Speaker of the House. He points out several statistics that would lead one to believe what he and his office did during their terms in office are far superior to what is currently being done in the Presidential office. After reading “Crimes
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course COMM 040 taught by Professor Mello during the Spring '10 term at GWU.

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