One of Newt Gingrich's favorite words to associate with Mitt Romney is "baloney." In an interview with CBS News last week, the former Speaker said it was "baloney" for Romney to claim he "had nothing to do with" the onslaught of attack ads against Gingrich before the Iowa Caucuses.
During the NBC GOP debate on Saturday, Gingrich used the word again to describe Romney's motivation in running for office. "Could we drop a little bit of the pious baloney?" he said after Romney suggested he was never interested in a lifelong career in politics.
Now Gingrich has centered a new website around his go-to word: "StopRomneysPiousBaloney.com." It's a simple site with only a single video clip from ABC New's "Meet the Press" GOP debate on Sunday in which contradictory phrases made by Romney are looped. While responding to Gingrich's claim that the negative ads that aired in Iowa were produced by former Romney staff, the former governor of Massachusetts said he hadn't seen the ads. Then began to say "The ad I've seen..."