Despicable Newt


“To take an ex-wife and make it two days before the primary a significant question in a presidential campaign is as close to despicable as anything I can imagine,” Gingrich told King, the moderator of the debate.”

Newt, being cute, had a point of dispute:
“Your question is close to despicable!”
Please note that this quote is a hunt for your vote—
He wants to be perfectly pickable.
His ire will inspire (that’s at least his desire)
Lest you think his remark’s inexplicable
And Callista is pissed, she’s just one on his list
Of the women that Newt finds are dickable.
A media screed could put Newt in the lead
And if not, then reporters are kickable
And Newt, in pursuit, is a bit of a brute
And, frankly, it just makes me sickable.

Oh, I think we can all imagine something more despicable. Oh, wait! Newt’s right! That’s not imagination!

That’s memory.

Comments

  1. John Norris says

    Newter took two solemn vows before God and broke both of them. He took a solemn vow on a Bible to uphold the laws of the USA and resigned in shame from the House. Now he expects us to believe him when he swears on a Bible to again uphold the laws. And he doesn’t think his infidelity is an issue.

    This crop of GOP candidates has me nostalgic for Richard Nixon. At least he was competent.

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