Newt’s Latest Endorsement

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lol

If you don’t know what Ashley Madison is, Google it when you get home from work. And from a computer that your significant other doesn’t use.

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24 comments

  1. Calypso says:

    So, I guess the question is, “Are we debating whether Newt will make us a good husband or a good president?”

    • Rick Day says:

      I guess the answer to your question is “No. Neither”.

      Why do conservative sinners get a mulligan from you guys in the base, and everyone else is shrilly branded a ‘sinner’, or accusations thereof?

      It’s the hypocrisy,etc…

      • Calypso says:

        You misunderstood my question. I know he’d make a lousy husband and I have issues if he were to be the nominee. And I’m not sure I know the definition of a ‘faithful’ Republican any more than I know the definition of a ‘faithful’ Democrat.

  2. smvaughn says:

    I know it will never happen but I can’t but hope that Newt lawyers up and shoots out some C&D letters on this. The country needs a good case to test what additional hurdles, if any, public officials face in protecting their right to publicity, and this is as good of a laboratory with as good of a guinea pig as you’ll ever find.

  3. Ed says:

    True, but the only thing you can’t verify here is the “Faithful Republican” part because that is the most ambiguous part. Not sure a Republican really wants to fight someone calling them a “faithful Republican.”

  4. elfiii says:

    @ Ed

    “True, but the only thing you can’t verify here is the “Faithful Republican” part because that is the most ambiguous part. Not sure a Republican really wants to fight someone calling them a “faithful Republican.”’

    LOL. This message board needs smilies!

  5. greencracker says:

    This must be a prank, bought by Newt opponents rather than by Ashley.

    Unless, of course, Ashley _does_ mean to say: “Come to Ashley Madison for the chance to meet & date ppl like this.”

    Newt is many things … but I’ve never heard him called a hunk.

    • Todd Rehm says:

      I think that website got a few million dollars worth of free publicity for the cost of a month’s rent of a billboard.

      And the problem with sending C&D letters, for an earlier commenter, is that it gives them another free round whenever the get the letter and run to the media with it.

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