June 12, 2011

Newt Loves Callista

Maureen Dowd, New York Times

AP Photo

Newt Gingrich used to get in trouble for cheating on wives and dumping them. Now he’s notorious for being uxorious.

At a moment when powerful men are self-destructing by betraying their wives, Gingrich is self-destructing by honoring his.

The Georgian bomb-thrower’s whole career was about blowing stuff up, and suddenly, in the most spectacular conflagration of all, he has blown up his own presidential campaign.

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Related Topics: election 2012, Newt Gingrich


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