Saturday, June 10, 2006

Presidential Timber?


Former House speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) expects to run for president in 2008 if the contest for the Republican nomination still seems wide open late next year, he said yesterday.

It is literally inconceivable to me that any intelligent person would vote for this hypocrite. (Borking his secretary at the same time that he was bashing Clinton.)

In the afterlife, if there is an afterlife, he will be eternally consigned to riding at the back of the plane.

3 comments:

ChesapeakeBlue said...

Ha! When I read your title and say "timber," my first thought was "TIMBERRRRRRRR." Apparently, there's some old growth that I wouldn't mind seeing cut down, metaphorically speaking.

ChesapeakeBlue said...

That was "saw" timber. Bad fingers, bad bad!

gordo said...

I file Gingrich's presidential fantasies along with his fantasies for doing away with all public assistance and giving poor people free laptops and internet access.

The fact is, Gingrich's pronouncements on such things like foster care (replace with orphanages) and bankruptcy (replace with debtors' prisons) virtually disqualify him from a major party nomination.

And then there's his personal life...