Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Newt Gingrich

This is my third day of railing about five of the candidates who want to be the Republican nominee for President.  As I have said, it is difficult to find anyone less competent than Bachmann and Perry.

But yet the Republican party seems hell-bent to bring on a group of tragic figures, without substance or qualifications, to become the next President of the United States. Gingrich has no leadership abilities as evidenced by his inability to lead and guide his small staff to get him on the ballot in Virginia, his home state. 

Normally once I conclude that someone is dishonest and that I cannot trust them, I look no further and I end the relationship.  This is my position on Gingrich.  I am not going to listen to him anymore because I don’t trust him.

I doubt Gingrich has broken any criminal laws in the country.  But don’t you get the feeling that he is an amoral individual who believes that as long as his conduct is not felonious, he is free and able to do everything possible to make himself famous and wealthy.

The man will say anything and do anything that will satisfy his ego, regardless of the consequences of what he does and how he does it.  He is also crazy.  

Bachmann, Perry and Gingrich are the reincarnation of the Three Stooges.

I would love to hear your reasoning on why I’m wrong.

(Week #48 on Twitter)

No comments:

Post a Comment