I am not a doctor and don't play one on the internets, but there is something very wrong about Newt Gingrich. He simply says whatever self serving thing he feels at the time with no conscience, second thoughts or regrets.
You may have missed it, but the “biggest act of weakness by any American President in my lifetime” took place this morning. At least, according to Newt Gingrich, who has a bit of a problem with hyperbole. Indeed, in the ensuing moments after denouncing the wimpatheticity of Barack Obama, he proclaimed the President “the most radical President in American history” and the election “the most important in American history.” (Shockingly, most of the acts that made Obama “most radical” in American history–like support for an individual mandate for health care and cap-and-trade to control Co2, were things that Newt used to support.)
But anyway, back to…the biggest act of weakness in the history of the worrrrrld! I’ll keep you waiting, hide the answer beneath the fold. Because it was just so damn big and so damn weak. O.K., Here it comes…sit down:
The U.S. and the Israelis announced the postponement of a joint missile-defense exercise in the Persian Gulf because it would be too provocative at the moment. The announcement was made on the Israeli side by that simpering puddle of wimpitude Avigdor Lieberman, the foreign minister who doubles as an anti-Arab extremist. Hmmm….Maybe Lieberman hates Arabs, but has a weak spot for Persians?
The man cannot be well. Someone should arrange for him to move to a farm after the campaign is over so he can run and be free.