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Carol
01-21-2012, 09:53 PM
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You know why I want Newt to win the nomination?

I want to see all those side-by-side photos of Michelle Obama and Callista Gingrich. Then people would have to decide who they want on their television as First Lady for the next four years.
So that's how liberals decide who to vote for-the physical characteristics and how "hip" the candidates wife dresses. :rolleyes:

No wonder we've got an ignorant, juvenile narcissist in office--liberals liked his wife!

SarasotaRepub
01-21-2012, 11:05 PM
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So that's how liberals decide who to vote for-the physical characteristics and how "hip" the candidates wife dresses. :rolleyes:

No wonder we've got an ignorant, juvenile narcissist in office--liberals liked his wife!


You Racist!!!!! :mad::p:D

JB
01-22-2012, 05:11 AM
Then people would have to decide who they want on their television as First Lady for the next four years.We won't know that until after November. If Newt wins this thing, he'll definitely be trading in for a new model.

Dan D. Doty
01-22-2012, 05:52 AM
Its like making a bet on the Super Bowl by picking the team with the prettiest helmets. :rolleyes:

DumbAss Tanker
01-22-2012, 03:03 PM
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No wonder we've got an ignorant, juvenile narcissist in office--liberals liked his wife!

Which just goes to show how messed up they are, if they think Moose is good-looking.

Undies
01-22-2012, 03:28 PM
I watched that Obama woman as a "guest star" on a recent episode of Nickelodeon's "iCarly". She is a natural-born actress, and she is amazingly comfortable in front of the camera. I'm sure she uses these skills in her everyday life. Even more so now, knowing these facts, I would not believe a thing she says nor any emotion she displays.

Kay
01-22-2012, 04:18 PM
Every time I see Newt on tv with his bird-beaked concubine on his arm
I feel disgust. I felt this way long before the ex-wife interview. Newt pulled
off a brilliant tactic by taking a hard offensive crush to the media at the first
mention of the issue cutting off the conversation before it ever got started.

His indignant response of "that was a lie" on wanting an open marraige
does nothing to erase the fact that he had a 6 year extra-marital affair, and
the woman standing beside him at the podium was a hoe and a home wrecker.

Tell me what the difference is again between Newt's affairs and Cain's affairs?
If Newt gets a pass on something that happened long ago why didn't Cain?

DumbAss Tanker
01-22-2012, 05:50 PM
His indignant response of "that was a lie" on wanting an open marraige
does nothing to erase the fact that he had a 6 year extra-marital affair, and
the woman standing beside him at the podium was a hoe and a home wrecker.

Of course, the same could be said of the woman giving the interview accusing him of that.

Kay
01-22-2012, 07:24 PM
Yes absolutely, she was the first original home wrecker in the deal and I have no sympathy for her either. My main point is why does Newt declare that his past infidelities is off limits, and he gets a bump out of it and surges; whereas Hermain Cain was basically in the same situation other than he stayed and held his marriage together, but he is forced to drop out over it. I find this to be a double standard.

AmPat
01-22-2012, 07:44 PM
Yes absolutely, she was the first original home wrecker in the deal and I have no sympathy for her either. My main point is why does Newt declare that his past infidelities is off limits, and he gets a bump out of it and surges; whereas Hermain Cain was basically in the same situation other than he stayed and held his marriage together, but he is forced to drop out over it. I find this to be a double standard.

Newt's affairs and moral failings were public knowledge and Cain's were quiet until, and merely through happenstance, only after he became a front runner.

Who was behind the spill is a matter of conjecture as it serves the GOP establishment and the DIMoRATS. The DIMoRATS are ecstatic because Cain as an O Blah Blah opponent would have pulled the race card out of the deck. Now they have the Joker and the Race card.

Kay
01-22-2012, 08:13 PM
Newt's affairs and moral failings were public knowledge and Cain's were quiet until, and merely through happenstance, only after he became a front runner.

So Newt gets a pass just because it's old news?

All that plus his bashing the last couple of weeks of venture capitalists has really been turning me off. So much so I was on the way to becoming a Romney supporter. I started reading up on Romney to see why not Mitt over a scumbag like Newt. Then I ran across an article where Romney had supported the Boy Scouts being forced to let gays serve as scout leaders among other items that made my stomach churn.

I think this is the worst choice I've ever had in the way of who to vote for. I've tried to get enthused and behind somebody but honestly I don't like anybody running this year. In the end I'll vote for the republican nominee who ever it may be but it will not be enthusiastically. Blech!

DumbAss Tanker
01-22-2012, 09:56 PM
Yes absolutely, she was the first original home wrecker in the deal and I have no sympathy for her either. My main point is why does Newt declare that his past infidelities is off limits, and he gets a bump out of it and surges; whereas Hermain Cain was basically in the same situation other than he stayed and held his marriage together, but he is forced to drop out over it. I find this to be a double standard.

AmPat nailed it, basically Newt's were yesterday's news and Cain's were a revelation. It's not the infidelity that gave Newt the bump, it's the way he handled it. He for instance did not say 'She's batshit crazy, let me tell you what really went down,' instead he reamed the press for wasting the debate clock on it and then simply said that wasn't what happened as he saw it but he wasn't going to fling poo either.

I am hungry for someone who will get in the opposition's face, especially after the fiasco of a campaign McLame put on, and I do not have any confidence in Mitt being able to do that, with his old-boy air and penchant for letting others do the wet work so he can keep his hands clean.

Mitt's abysmal NRA rating is also an issue for me.

AmPat
01-23-2012, 09:23 AM
So Newt gets a pass just because it's old news?

All that plus his bashing the last couple of weeks of venture capitalists has really been turning me off. So much so I was on the way to becoming a Romney supporter. I started reading up on Romney to see why not Mitt over a scumbag like Newt. Then I ran across an article where Romney had supported the Boy Scouts being forced to let gays serve as scout leaders among other items that made my stomach churn.

I think this is the worst choice I've ever had in the way of who to vote for. I've tried to get enthused and behind somebody but honestly I don't like anybody running this year. In the end I'll vote for the republican nominee who ever it may be but it will not be enthusiastically. Blech!

No where in my post did I suggest Newt getting a pass. Let me be clear------------------

I don't like Newt as our best foot forward. I like Romney less. But I detest the Marxist Usurper much more.

I was trying to explain why Newt's lifestyle isn't given the same treatment as Cain's.

noonwitch
01-23-2012, 10:00 AM
My sister, who is more liberal than I am in many ways, says "At least Newt isn't stupid", meaning that she thinks he's the smartest republican in the race.

AmPat
01-23-2012, 10:06 AM
My sister, who is more liberal than I am in many ways, says "At least Newt isn't stupid", meaning that she thinks he's the smartest republican in the race.

That means by default that you are the smarter one.

noonwitch
01-23-2012, 10:09 AM
That means by default that you are the smarter one.

I didn't go to MSU.

Adam Wood
01-23-2012, 12:47 PM
Every time I see Newt on tv with his bird-beaked concubine on his arm
I feel disgust. I felt this way long before the ex-wife interview. Newt pulled
off a brilliant tactic by taking a hard offensive crush to the media at the first
mention of the issue cutting off the conversation before it ever got started.

His indignant response of "that was a lie" on wanting an open marraige
does nothing to erase the fact that he had a 6 year extra-marital affair, and
the woman standing beside him at the podium was a hoe and a home wrecker.

Tell me what the difference is again between Newt's affairs and Cain's affairs?
If Newt gets a pass on something that happened long ago why didn't Cain?Newt's affairs were actually real, rather than some trumped-up Obama-Axelrod Chicago political machine apparition like Cain's "affair" was.

linda22003
01-23-2012, 12:55 PM
My sister, who is more liberal than I am in many ways, says "At least Newt isn't stupid", meaning that she thinks he's the smartest republican in the race.

I forget where I read it recently, but someone said that Newt "talks the way a stupid man thinks a smart man talks." I think that pretty much sums it up.

Bailey
01-23-2012, 12:56 PM
Newt's affairs were actually real, rather than some trumped-up Obama-Axelrod Chicago political machine apparition like Cain's "affair" was.

You see his ex? I dont blame him for cheating on her, she looks mean too.

linda22003
01-23-2012, 02:19 PM
You see his ex? I dont blame him for cheating on her, she looks mean too.

So if a woman isn't beautiful, it's okay to cheat. I hadn't heard that rule before. Her illness has definitely taken its toll on her; he wasn't going to stay around if she was sick!

Callista should take it as a warning. ;)

http://randomoverload.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/addccal-pictures-newt-gingrich-trouble-in-paradise.jpg

DumbAss Tanker
01-23-2012, 02:51 PM
Ol' X2 seems to be pretty much alive, kicking, and stirring shit now. What is it, 12 years roughly?..after the dumping.

Bailey
01-23-2012, 03:25 PM
So if a woman isn't beautiful, it's okay to cheat. I hadn't heard that rule before. Her illness has definitely taken its toll on her; he wasn't going to stay around if she was sick!

Callista should take it as a warning. ;)

http://randomoverload.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/addccal-pictures-newt-gingrich-trouble-in-paradise.jpg



Now you see the light.

linda22003
01-23-2012, 03:46 PM
Now you see the light.

Well, I see his usual M.O.

Kay
01-23-2012, 09:52 PM
Yes to all above, I understand that Cain's affairs were just coming to light, and Newts were already well known. That does not make one easier to put aside than the other. I'm marveling at how Cain being a novice didn't know how to handle the situation, whereas Newt being the old career politician handled it head on and made it a non-issue. If Cain had jumped back in the press's face like Newt did he might still be in the race.

Certainly we don't vote for POTUS based on First Ladies or First Families potential, but when it comes to those things Mitt wins hands down. He has a lovely wife and family. Newt has a bird-beaked home wrecker. I don't care for his helmet-haired wife.

BadCat
01-24-2012, 08:51 AM
Back to the DUmmies original premise, Calista is FAR better looking than moochelle. moochelle has obviously spent the last 3 years packing weight on her ass at the taxpayers expense, while her husband looks like an Egyptian mummy because she won't let him have a cheeseburger.