Say it ain’t so Newt

I know it’s hard to believe, but The Newtster is a hypocrite.

Newt Gingrich slammed Democrats in 2008 as wholly owned subsidiaries of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Guess it takes one to know one.

As Republicans presidential nominee John McCain struggled to match his opponent in the polls, Newt Gingrich urged the Senator to reboot his campaign by relentlessly attacking Democrats for being too close to housing giant Freddie Mac.

That would be the same Newt Gingrich who took a reported $1.6 million in “consulting fees” from Freddie Mac during an eight-year relationship that had ended only months earlier.

He says today he was a consultant to Freddie Mac/Mae. I think last week he thought he’d been engaged as an historian.

7 responses to “Say it ain’t so Newt

  1. No doubt he was working undercover scoping out the enemy, the way Michele Bachmann did when she worked for the IRS.

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  2. I’m stunned … and all along I thought he was the smartest and most honest one. 😉

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  3. Newt is smart, but just another old school RNC horse that needs to stay in the pasture. Please have him take Pelosi and the rest of the selfish failures with him on the way out. The legacies in D.C. is are longer acceptable. On behalf of all the drunken zombie hunting right wing nut jobs I call “NEXT please!”.

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  4. The guy has NO chance…..

    The GOP is stuck with Romney….
    The guy they can’t stand….
    Serves’m right!

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