“Harder to govern with [destructive] media;” isn’t this a democracy? Mr. Gingrich. “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen!”

20 Jan

“Harder to govern with [destructive] media;” isn’t this a democracy? Mr. Gingrich. “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen!”

To Gingrich: If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen!

Newt Gingrich says that it is too difficult to manage where the media can be dig into one’s personal life. Gingrich leaves out the fact personal life is a measure of character, and character is the most important trait a President must possess.

The ex-Speaker, Newt Gingrich, takes liberties with facts, as well as with morality in order to make his case. The ex-Speaker is willing to sacrifice morality and good behavior for votes. For example, in South Carolina with 28% African-American population the ex-Speaker feels free to say things that are offensive to that minority, things that he would never dare use in the general election, should he become the GOP nominee.

Nick Santorum gave a good view of the ex-Speaker: A man with grandiose ideas, but without the discipline, character, or ability to deal with details, to carry out any of his ideas.

The Republicans would make a major mistake if they select Newt Gingrich to be their Presidential candidate. Such selection would give the GOP a black eye that would require many years to overcome!

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