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The Freaker Of The Spouse - The Republican Clown Show Rolls On….

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In Nightline interview airing Thursday, Newt’s Ex, Marianne Gingrich, tells ABC’s Brian Ross that while she was married to Newt, he asked for her blessing in continuing his affair with Callista.

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GINGRICH: I said to him, we’ve been married a long time. And he said, yes, but you want me all to yourself. Callista doesn’t care what I do.

ROSS: What was he saying to you, do you think?

GINGRICH: He was asking to have an open marriage, and I refused.

ROSS: He wanted an open marriage.

GINGRICH: Yeah, that I accept the fact that he has somebody else in his life.

ROSS: And you said?

GINGRICH: No. No. That is not a marriage.


Open marriage describes as an arrangement in which both partners are free to have sex with others. Communication and honesty — before engaging in traditional sorts of infidelity — are generally considered key.

Columnist Dan Savage called Newt out on his retroactive open marriage request.

"Technically you’re not asking your wife for an open marriage if you’ve already been fucking another woman for six years," he wrote on his blog. “You’re presenting your wife with an ultimatum. That doesn’t make you a proponent of open marriage, Newt, it makes you a CPOS (Complete Pile Of Shit ).”

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Bachmann – OUT .. Santortum – OUT .. Palin – Way OUT!

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So who made the cut as the shining role model for all Conservatives to marvel in the 2012 Presidential election? No, not Ron Paul. The last three standing are a DC insider .. A Moron .. and an Idiot.

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The DC Insider, Newt Gingrich, his baggage and his immorality … The Uzbeck – becki – stan – stan Moron, Herman Cain and his immorality … The proprietor of Niggerhead Ranch, caucasus vs primaries and .. ummm … I forget the third, the idiot Governor from Texas … Mr. Good hair himself, Rick Perry.

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Out of a field of 7, this is the best the Neocons have to offer for President. That’s it. The three stooges of politics … Gingrich, Cain, Perry.

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COULD BE WORSE

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Of course there were others swimming in the Conservative cesspool. Mike Huckabee considered a run but alas he would have to give up a lucrative spot at FOX and a few club gigs, so he bolted. Birther Donald Trump was one however he quickly bowed out as the more intelligent field took shape.

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Jim DeMint was another but based on his recent vote, veterans would be unemployed for all eternity and he more than likely feared for his safety.

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LESSON LEARNED

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Conservatives are throwing anyone (everyone) against the wall to see who sticks. It’s a given that these three stooges won’t stick … BUT … never … EVER … “mis-underestimate” those sneaky little bastards who will do anything to win power. This is the same group that gave us George Bush … the ultimate compassionate conservative … and look how that turned out.

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In the end, the candidate that will run against Obama in 2012 will be Republican sloppy seconds, Mitt Romney. The question becomes, how many times can that pancake flip?

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White Hot Republican Race Down To Idiots, Clowns, Fools, Jackasses, Douchebags, and Mentally Disturbed People….
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The Republican presidential primary race has become a joke: The Cain Train has been derailed by a series of accusations, Newt Gingrich has so many skeletons in his closet that they have spilled out and are raiding his fridge at night, Ron Paul is doing his best to earn a spot in the remake of Grumpy Old Men, Rick Perry acts like he has suffered a recent head injury and most of the rest of the pack couldn’t get elected to state auditor in their own state…..Are these knuckle-dragging nit-wits really the best that the Republicans can scrounge up?
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White Hot Republican Race Down To Idiots, Clowns, Fools, Jackasses, Douchebags, and Mentally Disturbed People….

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The Republican presidential primary race has become a joke: The Cain Train has been derailed by a series of accusations, Newt Gingrich has so many skeletons in his closet that they have spilled out and are raiding his fridge at night, Ron Paul is doing his best to earn a spot in the remake of Grumpy Old Men, Rick Perry acts like he has suffered a recent head injury and most of the rest of the pack couldn’t get elected to state auditor in their own state…..Are these knuckle-dragging nit-wits really the best that the Republicans can scrounge up?

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Romney aide pledges to run dishonest ads from now until next November…The Lying Lies Of A Lying Liar

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Well this takes some chutzpah:

“Pick any day between now and the election and go back to what candidate Obama was saying at that time. We will use that to run against President Obama,” [Romney media strategist Stuart] Stevens said. “When he was gloating that the McCain campaign didn’t want to talk about the economy he knew it wasn’t true. So now let’s see if they think they can talk about the economy and win. It’s a challenge.”

Um:

  1. By accusing President Obama of lying when he accurately quoted the McCain adviser, Stevens is adding one more lie on top of Romney’s original lie.
  2. Even if President Obama had been lying, how does that justify Stevens’ pledge to continue lying from now to election day?
  3. I know every pundit in the world has decided Mitt Romney is the inevitable nominee, but shouldn’t his campaign at least wait until the first votes have been cast to before declaring victory?

The only thing sweeter than seeing Mitt Romney faceplant in the primary would be watching him go down to defeat next November. Either way, it’s a win.

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By Jed Lewison

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Herman Cain
Can we be done with this guy yet? (Steve Marcus/Reuters)

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Herman Cain continues to promote himself as the most reliable bigot in the GOP race. And I do mean bigotHe’s very, very clear about it:

Cain speaks for nearly a half an hour and despite a couple fleeting “999” mentions, keeps his speech to topics of faith and his recent battle with cancer. He begins with a story about how he knew he would survive when he discovered that his physician was named “Dr. Lord,” that the hospital attendant’s name was “Grace” and that the incision made on his chest during the surgery would be in the shape of a “J.” […]

[Cain] did have a slight worry at one point during the chemotherapy process when he discovered that one of the surgeon’s name was “Dr. Abdallah.”

"I said to his physician assistant, I said, ‘That sounds foreign—not that I had anything against foreign doctors—but it sounded too foreign," Cain tells the audience. "She said, ‘He’s from Lebanon.’ Oh, Lebanon! My mind immediately started thinking, wait a minute, maybe his religious persuasion is different than mine! She could see the look on my face and she said, ‘Don’t worry, Mr. Cain, he’s a Christian from Lebanon.’"

"Hallelujah!" Cain says. "Thank God!"

The crowd laughs uneasily.

See, he doesn’t have anything against foreign doctors, but that name just sounded too foreign. And holy crap! It turns out he’s from Lebanon! “Maybe his religious persuasion is different than mine!” But it all turned out all right, because the doctor was a Christian, not a filthy Muslim.

You could replace this whole exchange with some other religion or ethnicity and his little story would reliably clear the room, even among Republicans. Can you imagine if he’d been suspicious the doctor was Jewish, and relayed this story? What if Newt Gingrich was telling a story about having a doctor that appeared to be a black man, and how he started to panic about it until his assistant said not to worry, he was just really tan?

Cain apparently has told this story more than once, which leads to the obvious question:why? What on earth makes him think this story makes him look good?

This is a man who is confident in his bigotry: he’s pretty sure his audience, conservative Republicans all, feel the same way. That he keeps telling the story even though his Republican audiences respond with as much discomfort as laughter would get a more intelligent bigot to shut up already; Cain, however, has never been accused of being all that bright.

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By Hunter For The Daily Kos

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