Monday, December 12, 2011

The Gingrich who stole Christmas



The Vancouver Province ran an interesting article about Newt Gingrich today. The title was 'Serial adulterer' Newt dodges a bullet. Most flawed candidate is leading campaign's most charmed existence. In the article Sheldon Alberts asks a valid question:

"Should voters consider marital fidelity when making their choices for president?" Of course they should. The guy is referred to as a Serial adulterer. What kind of poster boy for the religious right is that?

"If you will cheat on your wife, if you will cheat on your spouse, then why wouldn't you cheat on your business partner, or why wouldn't you cheat on anybody, for that matter?" Texas Gov. Rick Perry said during Saturday's Republican debate in Iowa.

"I think character is obviously very important," added Texas Rep. Ron Paul. "I think it should show through in the way we live, and I think it should show through in your marriage." Video: You're a mean one, Newt Gingrich.

It's tragic that the Shadow government can't accept a real candidate like Ron Paul or Mitt Romney. After realizing the people aren't gullible enough to vote for out right idiots like Sarah Palin or Donald Trump, now they have to sink deep into the cess pool and find an immoral leader they can control. It's tragic really.

Mitt Romney said that Newt Gingrich should pay back the $1.6 million he took in fees for advising Freddie Mac. No kidding. This kind of corrupt politics is what has created the manufactured emergency that fraudulently stole tax payers bailouts and put the United States into the deepest deficit in recorded history.

Meanwhile back at the ranch, I noticed two books for sale locally. One by Bill Clinton Back to Work and the other by his partner in crime George Bush Decision points. These two scoundrels are con men. It all centres on Men Arkansas and the arms dealing, drug smuggling and the money laundering that lead to the BCCI collapse. George Bush talks about his drinking problem. That's the least of his worries when you compare that with the unlawful invasion of Iraq based on a lie which his other partner in crime, Dick Cheney financially profited from. If reminds me of Pink's song Dear Mr. President. You've come a long way from whiskey and cocaine.

I totally support religious freedom. I totally believe people can change. I also believe a lot of people out there are con artists pimping the church for their own personal gain and it is truly tragic how gullible the kind hearted public is when the snake oil salesman comes knocking at the door for forgiveness. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.

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