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“In an interview with The Associated Press earlier Friday Gingrich said he's grown more mature since his days as House speaker, and before that, when he was often described as a bomb-throwing insurgent member of the House Republican minority.”
“In the nineteenth century, people called the bomb-throwing assassins of rulers “anarchists.””
“In time the bomb-throwing Republican'ts like Boehner, Palin, Bachmann, et al. will be held accountable – by voters, by a court of law, by the media, or by someone who takes the law into his own hands.”
“* Wily John Boehner determined to avoid Gingrich fate: Also worth watching: The new House Speaker is proving more politically wily than one might have expected, carefully emphasizing his working class roots and familial ties and generally avoiding the bomb-throwing image that ultimately sank Newt.”
“I was one of those wild-eyed, bomb-throwing freshmen," he said.”
“But what it boils down to is that Steinhauer has pretty much blamed the bomb-throwing commie hippie leftie types for making it impossible for the principled and virtuous conservatives to agree to any deal.”
“That little spark lights our way much more brightly than bomb-throwing, scorched-earth, incendiary political rhetoric ever will.”
“He may also struggle to convince the top dogs at his firm, Holland and Hart, to risk the firm's well laid strategy of playing nice with pro-government corporate clients by representing those pesky, bomb-throwing Republicans who rarely get invited to well-heeled cocktail parties - especially when activist clients won't draw top dollar to the firm.”
“Not a hostage-taking, bomb-throwing, wildly irrational stand, but something I call the Paytriot Pledge.”
“At the same time, Mr. Lawsky is "not a bomb-throwing guy," adds Mr. Bharara, who is still friends with Mr. Lawsky.”
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