CANNOT BE TRUSTED.
A vote for Newt is a vote for Barry.
How can any rational person think the Newt can beat Obama?
Newt could probably get 1 out of 10 votes from women. His treatment of his first two wives was scandalous and despicable. And from that one can only conclude that he cannot be trusted.
And he took about $1.6 million from Freddie Mac for ... what ? Was that a payoff for decades of support politically? Or for future lobbying? He takes $1.6 million from an institution that was at the heart of the 2008 Panic and Great Recession. Did he do anything to push it towards responsible behavior. NO.
Can one thus conclude that Newt can be bought?
And in the 1990s, he was attacking Bill Clinton for his sessions with Monica, all the while canoodling with women NOT his wife. He obviously has a problem with his ... short arm aka second brain? Perhaps, as he sometimes seems to think with that other organ.
Newt is a lifer politician, a denizen of the Dark City in the Swamp.
He can be bought, cannot be trusted, is a cluster hypocrite, and is part of the problem.
The R's backing him are showing their stupidity - maybe they want Barry to have another four years, when he can get a majority in the Supreme Court. After that, we'll have a tyranny by the judiciary.
Can the Republican primary voters be dominated by fools?
Word of the Day
"Macaronic" - noun and adjective [$10]
Macaronic means (noun in plural) burlesque verses containing Latin (or other foreign) words and vernacular words with Latin etc.; (adjective)(of a verse) of this kind. [earlier = of the nature of a jumble or medley.
Sentence: [from The Familiar Enemy by Ardis Butterfield, page 25]"... in which love refrains in French are thoroughly interwoven with Latin, and macaronic sermons more generally, ..." [The book referenced is about cultural and linguistic aspects of the Hundred Years War between France and England when they really weren't France and England.]