Thursday, April 12, 2012

The Newt Factor

As the GOP scrambles to make sense of it all, Newt Gingrich plows through the campaign trail still hurling his vile onslaught of character attacks, insults, insinuations and accusatory outbursts. Like an aging prize fighting Pit-Bull, foaming at the mouth and dragging his full set of blue balls across the country, the very thought of this ugly Nazi beast getting the nod for Republican Presidential nomination is not only dangerously possible, but an exact sign of the Apocalypse. If he doesn't get the nomination, all of this Newt-Barking and school-yard bullying has been an angle to get into the White House as possible VP or even scarier, Secretary of State. What will the GOP do with the Newt factor? Lets face it, in most circles, Newt would be considered for a long prison term, gang beating or better yet, a Donald Rumsfield special - a good old water boarding session.
Now from the pulpit, lets take a minutes and examine a few quotes by this venomous king snake in an effort to get a feel for his moral foundation and direction he would like to take our beloved United States of America.
"If combat means living in a ditch, females have biological problems staying in a ditch for thirty days because they get infections and they don’t have upper body strength. I mean, some do, but they’re relatively rare. On the other hand, men are basically little piglets, you drop them in the ditch, they roll around in it, doesn’t matter, you know. These things are very real. On the other hand, if combat means being on an Aegis-class cruiser managing the computer controls for twelve ships and their rockets, a female may be again dramatically better than a male who gets very, very frustrated sitting in a chair all the time because males are biologically driven to go out and hunt giraffes.” —Newt Gingrich in 1995
"She's not young enough or pretty enough to be the wife of a President. And besides, she has cancer.'" --Newt Gingrich, reportedly speaking to a friend in 1980 about why he was divorcing his first wife.
"There's no question at times of my life, partially driven by how passionately I felt about this country, that I worked far too hard and things happened in my life that were not appropriate." -- Newt Gingrich, explaining in 2011 why he cheated on his first two wives. He carried on the first affair while his wife was suffering from cancer, and the second while he was orchestrating Bill Clinton's impeachment.
"It is tragic what we do in the poorest neighborhoods, entrapping children in child laws which are truly stupid…These schools should get rid of unionized janitors, have one master janitor, pay local students to take care of the school." —Newt Gingrich on abolishing child labor laws "This is something that no liberal wants to deal with," Gingrich said. "Core policies of protecting unionization and bureaucratization against children in the poorest neighborhoods, crippling them by putting them in schools that fail has done more to create income inequality in the United States than any other single policy. It is tragic what we do in the poorest neighborhoods, entrapping children in, first of all, child laws, which are truly stupid. "You say to somebody, you shouldn't go to work before you're what, 14, 16 years of age, fine. You're totally poor. You're in a school that is failing with a teacher that is failing. I've tried for years to have a very simple model," he said. "Most of these schools ought to get rid of the unionized janitors, have one master janitor and pay local students to take care of the school. The kids would actually do work, they would have cash, they would have pride in the schools, they'd begin the process of rising." He added, "You go out and talk to people, as I do, you go out and talk to people who are really successful in one generation. They all started their first job between nine and 14 years of age. They all were either selling newspapers, going door to door, they were doing something, they were washing cars." "They all learned how to make money at a very early age," he said. "What do we say to poor kids in poor neighborhoods? Don't do it. Remember all that stuff about don't get a hamburger flipping job? The worst possible advice you could give to poor children. Get any job that teaches you to show up on Monday. Get any job that teaches you to stay all day even if you are in a fight with your girlfriend. The whole process of making work worthwhile is central." Well Newt, I'm not too sure of how the rest of Americans feel, but for me, you're a scary, disgusting excuse for a man, and you should be imprisoned within a high security penitentiary and gang raped by fellow prison thugs on a daily basis. You made the above statements, not I, and I'm totally convinced you take too much Viagra as it's turned you into a blithering idiot!

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