I’m not going to talk about Newt Gingrich’s serial sexual infidelity, because, even though he makes traditional Christian values like sexual chastity the foundation of his political platform as a Republican presidential candidate, I think what Newt Gingrich has done sexually is a private matter between himself and his wives.
It has to do with the fact that he insults unemployed Americans who are looking for work but can’t find a job because corporations are decided to hoard their wealth rather than to invest the trillions of dollars of assets that they hold in the United States.
It has to do with the fact that Gingrich uses war as a political tool, dancing on one side of the issue when it’s too his advantage, then flip flopping to the other side when the tide turns, putting American lives on the line for the sake of his own ambition.
It has to do with the way that Newt Gingrich pushes his own religion onto everyone else, trying to use religion in public office as a wedge issue to drive people apart.
Most importantly, it has to do with the way that Newt Gingrich flies off the handle at the least provocation, erupting into infantile tantrums at everyone around him. Gingrich just can’t control his temper.
That’s dangerous in a President of the United States.
When this anti-Gingrich campaign button says that Newt is too nasty to be President of the United States, it’s not just making a personal insult. It’s raising an important warning.
If Newt Gingrich were to become President of the United States, he would be given the authority to begin a nuclear war at his own whim. From what we know of Newt Gingrich’s propensity to sudden outbursts of fury, it’s clear that he can’t be trusted with this responsibility.
(This button is part of the collection of Anti-Gingrich campaign buttons at Irregular Times)