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May 31, 2015

Newt Gingrich. The first time I laid eyes on him I detested him with the intensity of a thousand suns.

My hunch is that in the case of Gingrich, I was picking up on the minor deceptions in his demeanor.
His carefully cultivated presentation lacked authenticity and that’s what triggered my dislike. This was a smart guy really good at lying to people. That makes him very dangerous. Ann Coulter, in contrast, was just a TV phony, not dangerous or threatening, just annoying. As I said, I’ve softened on Coulter. She can still dine out on her looks, but that’s not the sale these days. She can say what she wants as she has her own money so she is more relaxed and honest. Her fake laugh still bugs me, but that’s more than balanced by her ability and willingness to punch a hippie. Ruminations on People I Hate | The Z Blog

Posted by gerardvanderleun at May 31, 2015 9:56 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Look what Gingrich is up against, retarded journalists and demented democrats - of course he comes off as smart in that environment. I knew he was a punk the first time I saw him back in the early 90's. His cheezy and transparent schtick won't fly in the free market. At the conference table he'll get dropped like a used rubber - but quick.

You can't really equate politicians with regular people. You have to align them with criminals because of the similar mindsets. Both strive to live off of others. They are enormously lazy, and greedy beyond belief, and cheaply cunning. And easily detected. I've dealt with a few of them one on one.

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