Do you think Newt will boil us in oil if he makes it as President?
Do you think Newt Gingrich would make a good President and why? Does his moral values and how he treats women affect your decision? Would you trust that his religious beliefs would not be part of any decision he makes in the white house? What do you think?
I personally believe Newt to be an extremely bright and articulate "politician".
He is a history buff, and has a tremendous understanding of our heritage and the foundation of this nation.
I have no reason to think that his moral values are any different than most Americans. He has been married and divorced, which I am not a fan of, but it seems to be acceptable these days. He seems to now be devoted to his current marriage.
More importantly he has a passion for applying conservative values in Washington. Smaller Gov, lower taxes, strong military, and restoring free enterprise back into the hands of the entreprenuers.
I think his religious beliefs would no more come into play than any previous POTUS. I think many POTUS have utlized their religious beliefs into forming sound decisions to what is best for the country. JFK was a devout Catholic.
I think he or Mitt would be stronger leaders. They would both have the knowledge and wisdome needed to turn this country back into the right direction.
There is my 2 cents.
As someone from his home county, I'd love to see him get the nomination just to watch the conservatives justify his impeaching a president for basically making out with an intern in the Oval Office closet, while he's abandoned two wives and is on his third marriage. Throw in a fat man and a tree and as far as I'm concerned you've got Christmas!
I am undecided but leaning towards no - not a good choice. I think his debate performance plays well and impresses on a superficial level - but deep down I don't think people will actually put him in office. So if he is the GOP candidate, it will get Obama reelected.
There's no telling what Newt will do, no matter what his political position. He's a time bomb and nobody can tell when he's going to go off!
by RealityTalk4 years ago
Does a judge have the right to change a baby's nameJust recently a Newport, Tennessee court, decided a mother could not name her baby "Messiah." Apparently, Messiah is fast becoming a popular name for a...
by Thomas Byers3 years ago
Do you think the day is coming when ISIS will attack us here in America? Is there any way to stop a ISIS attack here in America? What do you think America should do about ISIS? Should we strike them in such a way as to...
by maddot9 months ago
Why do Christians feel the need to tell us about their religious beliefs?I don't have a problem with Christianity or any religion for that matter, but I view religion/spirituality as a personal and privvate matter and...
by Claire Evans2 years ago
Ashers Baking Company in Ireland was found guilty of discrimination for refusing to make a cake for a local gay activist. It was to mark the election of the first openly gay mayor in Northern Ireland, Andrew Muir. They...
by Jack Lee7 months ago
Let's just cut to the chase. I have initiated a discussion here on hubpages forum regarding the media and conservatives but here is the bottom line.This is an appeal to all liberals and progressives...and...
by Ron Montgomery8 years ago
Possible? Interesting? Shortest thread ever?I was raised in a conservative Christian family, but no longer refer to myself as a Christian. I am agnostic, meaning I live in a world full of...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.