The first question asked in last nights SC debate to Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich was a personal question about one of his prior marriages; his former wife claimed Newt wanted a ‘open marriage’, which he denied as a pack of lies.
Then he laid into the moderator saying he was “appalled” he would open the debate with such a question, and using the traditional Republican method of avoiding an answer, he rambled without really addressing the question.
Newt, I have news for you; if you are elected president, when there is a press conference and it is open for questions to the media, you don’t get to choose the subject, the questions are not always softball questions, some are very personal. And Americans want answers not a debate.
When Newt was Speaker of the House, he didn’t haved any problem pushing Clinton for personal information when he was in the scandal with Monica; he wanted all the details. What’s good for he goose is good for the gander Mr. Newt. Tiring of your politicians telling us to do as you say not as you do.
As Harry Truman once said, “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen”.