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Old 01-26-2012, 06:21 AM
 
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Kinda funny how you go around after Pelosi...while ignoring the vast number of Conservatives that agree with her.

Michael Savage: Newt Gingrich Is Unelectable
Ann Coulter:Gingrich is as unelectable as he is delusional
Chris Christie: Newt Gingrich an “embarrassment”
American Thinker:Newt Gingrich and the Rise of the Flawed Conservative
Byron York at Fox Nation: What Really Happened in the Gingrich Ethics Case?
David Brooks at The Daily Caller: Gingrich is ‘just unelectable’
Why Gingrich Is Unelectable: A Six Pack Of Nutty Newtisms

For your view pleasure as well about the Newt Gingrich South Carolina Debate Hypocrisy.

Besides the problems with the family values crowd, being a serial adulterer, and the ethics sanctions with a $300,000 fine voted by 80%+ of his own party that tend to destroy any look of "moral leadership" that is important to conservative voters.

If you want to support him, go right ahead...but whining that one person in the opposition is saying something you don't like while ignoring the same thing said by a great number of what your own party looks pretty loony to everyone.
Newt committed adultery out of love for his country. Not to mention, his adultery makes him seem more "normal".
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Old 01-26-2012, 06:30 AM
 
Location: New Mexico
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Newt committed adultery out of love for his country. Not to mention, his adultery makes him seem more "normal".

That's right.

Newt's love for America led him to working too hard and that, in turn, led him to stray from his marriage. Twice.

BTW, didn't he marry wife #1 to gain a Vietnam draft deferment?

Why is it that these fire-breathing right wing uberpatriots who now clamor for war with Iran sat on the sidelines in their own day and not only didn't volunteer fro military service, but used every avenue to avoid it?
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Old 01-26-2012, 06:38 AM
 
Location: Portland, Oregon
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Newt committed adultery out of love for his country. Not to mention, his adultery makes him seem more "normal".
I thought loving your country was to act as an upstanding individual with integrity.

Especially when Newt extols the moral codes of the bible, after breaking the 10th commandment.

Which is funny as Newt wants to bring the US closer to gods law, and the punishment for adultery in the Bible is death.

Would that be a suicidal wish or just plain stupidity?
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