Letter to the editor: We should ignore Newt Gingrich’s infidelity

To the editor:

As I read the “It’s My Opinion” column regarding the alleged dalliances as perpetrated by a certain presidential hopeful, Newt Gingrich, I too am somewhat awed if proven to be totally true. (Gees, and I stayed home all them years)

It somehow reminds me of the shenanigans of a former sitting president and a stained dress and when trying to pin him down we got stuck on just what the true meaning of “is” is or something of that nature.

Now that I would say was “Chutzpah”

Definition of Chutzpah: (Yiddish) unbelievable gall; insolence; audacity; and impertinence.

I believe that we are being led today by the master of said same.

From the onset of his campaign, he has failed to deliver on any promises other than special treatment and favors for the unions and the free-loaders whom were instrumental in getting him elected.

I recall I believe, that he had a plan that would create over a million new jobs.

The only newly created jobs in any significant numbers that i know of are around eighty thousand government jobs which adds over 2 billion per year to the cost to run the government, (audacity; unbelievable gall; insolence).

I recall him saying many times that issues of importance would be debated openly on C-Span.

I don’t recall of any appearances there.

If Newt Gingrich does run and does win, I don’t care if he has an official White House harem if he can just curb the drunken overspending and get this country back on track.

Donald Smith