Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Newt “I’ve had THREE wives” Gingrich Preaches to Others about Faith, Prayer and Using Judgement
Isn’t that like Archie Bunker preaching against bigotry?
by Larry Simons
October 19, 2011
Last night at the Republican debate, the topic of politics and religion came up. Newt Gingrich chimed in and said these words:
“There’s a very central part of your faith in how you approach public life, and I frankly would be really worried if somebody assured me that nothing in their faith would affect their judgements, because then I’d wonder ‘where’s your judgements c-----how can you have judgement if you have no faith?’ And how can I trust you with power if you don’t pray?”
Are you serious Newt? This guy preaching to others about “faith affecting their judgement” is like if Hitler had preached to people on the evils of genocide or Archie Bunker preaching about the evils of bigotry [I’m glad I don’t work for ESPN].
It is well known that Gingrich had his first wife, Jackie, sign divorce papers while she was in the hospital undergoing her third surgery [to remove a tumor]. Gingrich cheated on his second wife, Marianne [whom he was also seeing when married to Jackie], with Callista Bisek [his current wife], a Congressional aide 23 years his junior.
What in the hell is Gingrich doing talking to anyone about Christian morality? How is he even accepted into the Catholic religion when he has been divorced twice?
It just goes to show you the severe perverseness of religion. For someone like Gingrich to claim that he should be trusted because he prays [when he has been married three times, cheated on two of the wives, and most likely the current one too, and then be accepted into a religion that abhors divorce] is at the very least the epitome of absurdity and should insult the intelligence of even the most simple-minded human being.
watch and laugh