Monday, November 20, 2006

Why Newt Can't Win

Newt Gingrich, who has said that he will make his mind up about running for President in September of next year, should not even bother running. Newt Gingrich could not win the general election, if he could even win the Republican nomination.

Newspaper opinion columnist Molly Ivins has already attacked Gingrich's hypocrisy during the impeachment of President Clinton for having an extramarital affair while he himself was having one. She also goes on to point out that during Newt's first marriage he served his wife the divorce papers while she was in the hospital.

Could a person that could not be faithful to his wife (or in this case wives) be true to Americans?

3 comments:

Paul, just this guy, you know? said...

I wouldn't trust Molly Ivins' analysis of the color of the sky on a clear day.

Newt blew it in 1995 when, after winning the House in '94 and then carrying out the Contract With America in the first hundred days, he spent the rest of the next year writing a book instead of advancing the conservative agenda.

Nor, for my taste, is Newt sufficiently pro-life.

CP08 Editor said...

I do not agree with everything Ivins says, but she is correct in what was mentioned in this post.

Zee said...

Here's the full story of Newt's sexual addiction:

http://www.geraldplessner.com/chapter/docs.cgi?doc=20031214011224

He's a serial adulterer who insists on oral sex, including one time in his own daughters' presence. Clinton has nothing on this guy's problems. He's vile.

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