Hell hath no fury . . .

NEWT EX-WIFE UNLOADS ON CAMERA; NETWORK DEBATES ‘ETHICS’ OF AIRING BEFORE SC PRIMARY

Marianne Gingrich has said she could end her ex-husband’s career with a single interview.

Earlier this week, she sat before ABCNEWS cameras, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

She spoke to ABCNEWS reporter Brian Ross for two hours, and her explosive revelations are set to rock the trail.

But now a “civil war” has erupted inside of the network, an insider claims, on exactly when the confession will air!


Marianne was the woman Newt was cheating with when he was breaking his marriage vows to wife number one. Now Marianne is bitter because he was cheating on her with Callista.

Boo-frickin-hoo. Tell us something we didn’t already know.

I really don’t want to know the intimate details of Newt’s sex life. I already know waaaaaaaaay too much.


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88 Responses to Hell hath no fury . . .

  1. myiq2xu says:

    Jimmy Carter Tells Piers Morgan That Newt Gingrich ‘Has That Subtlety Of Racism’

    “I’m not saying he’s racist, but he knows the subtle words to use to appeal to a racist group,” Carter responded.

    • DandyTiger says:

      Jimmy agreed that the Clinton’s where racists too. Jimmy seems to see racists everywhere. LIke many drinking the Obama kool-aid, he’s got race on the mind and that’s all he can see. There’s a word for seeing race in everything and seeing racism in everything certain people say. Racism.

    • Anthony says:

      I think he’s propping The Changeling up so he can protect his own record as the “Worst POTUS Evah!” He doesn’t want to be eclipsed by “Teh One”

  2. NCguy says:

    So called “moral” Evangelicals should have to hear the details of their hypocrisy in supporting Gingrich.

    I doubt any will reflect on their position that the integrity of the White house had to be restored after Clinton’s BJ.

  3. catarina says:

    Yup, TMI already, Marianne.

  4. Lulu says:

    Cheaters get cheated on Marianne. You knew he was a dog and married him anyway. Unless you can tell us about stealing, fraud, or something pertinent I suggest you keep your post-marital rage to yourself.

  5. DandyTiger says:

    This just in, it’s official. Santorum won Iowa.

  6. DandyTiger says:

    Let’s see, if ABC doesn’t air this, Newt might just win SC. If they do air it, they may be able to do a sort of “october surprise” and get Romney, the choice of the powers that be and MSN, to win. Gee, I wonder which they’ll do. Any bets?

  7. DeniseVB says:

    So the media’s going after marital woes rather than vet the current President’s past non-accomplished-sprinkled-with-failures professional life ? I’d say BO’s doing a pretty good job effing the country, now that concerns me more.

    Sidebar: When people ask me how I’ve stayed married for over 40 years, I joke…… because neither of us wanted custody of the children and both of us wanted the dogs. Ahhhhh, happiness 😀

  8. yttik says:

    It’s kind of tacky to interview ex-spouses. They’re biased, usually for good reason.

    I am also sick and tired of “women in politics” meaning whoever the male candidates were hooked up with. If I were ruling the world, there would be a black out on the Cain women, the Clinton women, Newt’s ex wives, until we had real genuine women running for office all over the country. It’s gets real annoying watching women presented as adulterers, as good enough to sleep with, with but not good enough to run for office.

  9. DeniseVB says:

    Rick Perry’s dropping out via a CNN breaking news email I just got. Stay tuned…..

    • DandyTiger says:

      He’s set to endorse someone. If he’s part of TPTB/party machine, he’ll endorse Santorum to keep the conservative vote split. If he’s “going rogue” he’ll endorse Newt. Will be interesting to see.

  10. DandyTiger says:

    You know what really sucks? That the only opportunity of going against TPTB and party machines is Newt. Doesn’t that just figure. Back to heavy drinking.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Obama’s schedule today, via Keith Koffler…..

    9:15 am || Departs White House
    11:40 am || Arrives Orlando, Fla.
    12:35 pm || Announces new initiative to boost tourism
    2:15 pm || Departs Orlando
    4:30 pm || Arrives New York City
    5:30 pm || Delivers remarks at fundraiser #1; Daniel restaurant
    6:30 pm || Delivers remarks at fundraiser #2; Daniel restaurant
    7:50 pm || Delivers remarks at fundraiser #3; private residence
    9:25 pm || Delivers remarks at fundraiser #4; Apollo Theater
    11:05 pm || Departs New York City
    12:20 am || Arrives White House

    Laser like focus on those jobs, jobs, jobs…….

    • DandyTiger says:

      And sadly after vacations, fundraisers, and campaign stops, I don’t think Obama’s spent more than an hour at the job the entire first term. Then again, he sucks so bad, maybe that’s a good thing.

    • Mary says:

      Like anybody has extra $$$ to go to DisneyWorld right now, with Obama’s sucky economy.

      The man is totally tone deaf.

      • HELENK says:

        when backtrack makes his speech at the Bank of America stadium, it will cause the Carolina Panthers to start their season on the road.
        I am not a die hard football fan, but know many. Interfering with a football schedule is a giant NO-NO

        Between that and closing down Disney’s Main Street , he keeps showing he knows very little about America and her people. This has been evident since the first primary

    • votermom says:

  12. Jadzia says:

    While I don’t feel sorry at all for Mrs. Gingrich #2 (was she unaware that if he cheats WITH you he will cheat ON you?), watching Newt squirm will not exactly make me sad. His last explanation was so entertaining–can’t wait to hear what he comes up with this time!

    • Lulu says:

      He fell into the lifeboat? He could not get out for several hours? This will be my all time insane excuse from now on. Thank you Captain Schettino.

      • DandyTiger says:

        … and then accidentally piloted said lifeboat to shore, then accidentally got in a cab, accidentally told the cabby to go to his house, then accidentally fell out and stumbled into house. Man, that guy sure is accident prone.

        • Lulu says:

          It is simply terrible the accidents he had. Most of which were while on a recorded phone call with the Italian coast guard commander cussing him out. The cabby that took him from the port said he just wanted to stop somewhere and get some dry socks. I am not kidding. Socks.

    • HELENK says:

      dating a married man is like buying a used car, you get someone elses lemon

  13. WMCB says:

    If this were some new revelation, it might hurt Newt. But from what I’m seeing, this is 20 year old news that ABC is dredging up. Unless the ex has something really new and shocking to say (and I’m talking BIG, not more embarrassing details of how he cheated), I think most will yawn at it.

    People don’t care. They knew he was a serial cheater/marrier long before this. Any R who won’t vote for him because of it already made that decision.

    And, I don’t think I’m alone in that I really hate exes who pull this crap. You know why? Because it’s petty and vindictive and has nothing to do with governance. My ex did a lot of bad things. Truth be told, I was no paragon of sanity and perfect behavior in the midst of our breakup and divorce either. If he were to run for office one day, I wouldn’t be running to a reporter and telling them all about the massive fucked-up-ed-ness of our relationship, and every word or deed of anger or pain that the man did. People are sometimes nuts when trying to get out of an unhealthy relationship. They do and say stupid shit. Life goes on.

    Newt obviously has some pathology where marriage and relationships are concerned. I don’t think it’s as simple as the old “new trophy wife” canard. I honestly think it’s emotional with him, not a sex thing. He seems to be looking for something, filling some void, trying to complete something in himself, and always convinced that this next woman is The One, the Ideal He Has Waited For, that will do it. Just my gut feeling – could be wrong. But none of that has fuck all to do with being president.

    My “character” problems with Newt have to do with arrogance and overreach and an unhealthy caressing of power when he’s got it. His marriages aren’t my business.

  14. DandyTiger says:

    If Newt pulls out a win in SC and with Santorum’s win in Iowa already set, this will become an interesting race.

    Given that I don’t have a horse in this one, I’m totally loving it. More popcorn please.

    • WMCB says:

      I know, me too! 😀 It’s kind of fun watching from the sidelines.

      I’ll be voting ABO in the general, and really don’t care who wins the R primary, since they all suck. I do lean toward hoping someone takes Mitt out, though – not because the alternatives are any better (they aren’t), but just to have the little people stick it in the eye of the GOP establishment.

      • DandyTiger says:

        Exactly my thoughts. ABO all the way! I’m secretly hoping for Paul because he’s kind of crazy. Did I just say that out loud?

        • DeniseVB says:

          I thought of Paul too….since he and Romney will be the only ones on the VA ballot. Just want to shake things up, oh the power of one little vote 😀

        • WMCB says:

          Paul’s yer crazy uncle, and would certainly shake things up. He tells the unvarnished truth when he’s not off on some loony tangent. The machinery of govt and congress would likely keep him from doing too much “tear it all down” damage. But I don’t think he’s got a shot at all.

          I still think Mittens will get it in the end, but I’d love to see the party poobahs sweat to the bitter end. Cain is supposed to endorse someone today, too. I’m curious to see who it is.

  15. myiq2xu says:

    Trying to watch Perry presser.

    I keep falling asleep.

  16. Three Wickets says:

    CNN debate tonight is going to be a free for all.

    • WMCB says:

      Newt will be no-holds-barred going for it. I don’t like the man at all, but I will say this: He is one of the best damn debaters I’ve ever seen in a presidential race. He ain’t lacking cutthroat verbal skills and a sharp sharp mind. At all.

      • DeniseVB says:

        CNN ? Wonder how many “ethical” questions he’ll be hammered with ? They better be careful, he’s got Juan Williams’ fresh scalp on his belt going into this one 😀

        I may just watch this one instead of doing a read-along with Vodkapundit……..

        • WMCB says:

          That would be Juan “Boy” Williams. Yeah, he never said it, but Chrissy just knows he meant it in his racist heart, because why else would you verbally rebut and filet a black man on the issue at hand?

          I mean, it’s not like black folk are just like anyone else, and can be argued with, vigorously debated, and even insulted in political debate. They are different and less-than, dontcha know, and we have to look out for the poor dears.

          It boggles my mind that the left and the media are utterly blind to how fucking racist and patronizing their “protective” attitudes toward black people are. I’m beginning to wonder if, deep down, they really do believe that black people are inferior, and could not compete or hold their own on a truly level playing field. Because they behave like overly solicitous parents with a mildly handicapped child that they are fighting to “mainstream”. Makes you wonder.

        • DandyTiger says:

          Nail on head.

      • yttik says:

        It’s quite a dilemma isn’t it? People seem to want a cutthroat fighter who can kick ass, but they don’t want an a&%hole. But there’s just no way around it, somebody tough and nasty enough to beat the Chicago machine is not going to be a nice person. The alternative to a sleezeball like Newt is a boring flat liner like Mitt who may or may not have enough passion to win.

        Our candidates are all rotten and so is our president, but I have to put part of the blame on voters. Our expectations of human beings are all screwed up.We want a multiple personality or something, but then we just accuse them of being a flip flopper. With Obama we wanted an inexperienced, idealistic, non politician from outside the DC crowd, but once in office he better be so skilled of an insider that he can play 11 dimensional chess.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      pass the popcorn. 😆

    • DeniseVB says:

      ….was she paid for this interview ?

      • WMCB says:

        Yeppers. And his two daughters have come out again and in so many words have said “We don’t want to trash our mom, but she has, um….issues, and sees things from her point of view. There’s a lot more to the story, and we’ll leave it at that.”

        I’m not excusing him – not at all. But I have yet to see a bad marriage (short of real abuse), not even where one partner was UTTER asshole, that didn’t have plenty of dysfunction to go around on all sides. And I include myself and my own cheating ex-spouse in that assessment. I didn’t cheat, but I wasn’t a fucking blameless martyr in the whole deal, either.

        • myiq2xu says:

          My exes couldn’t stand that I was always right.

          That wasn’t my fault.

        • DandyTiger says:

          You broke the first rule of marriage, the woman is always right. “She who must be obeyed”. Off to reeducation camp for you. Repeat after me: “yes dear, yes dear, yes dear, whatever you say dear.”

    • votermom says:

      It’s a bit sad that she still hasn’t gotten over this. So he was a selfish @ss and cheated on her. Let go and find a way to be happy already.

    • Three Wickets says:

      Guess ABC got the all clear on airing this from the head mouseketeer at Disney.

    • Lulu says:

      Then they will export every bit of it. What is left will be on the black market. They have no idea how dirty big oil can be.

    • DandyTiger says:

      Interesting. So instead of working a deal with the oil companies like Sarah Palin did where the oil companies own a percentage of the profits to the owners of the resources they’re using, the taxpayers, thus giving power and lots of cash directly to the people, the new Dems want to regulate and control how the company operates and does its finances.

  17. votermom says:

    This made me lol. Newt has been going on about being a changed man etc.

  18. HELENK says:

    http://www.wnd.com/2012/01/obama-argues-against-appearing-at-eligibility-hearing/

    I did not know that hearings were going to be held. I wonder if the msm will cover them

  19. myiq2xu says:

    Rasmussen:

    Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has now surged ahead of Mitt Romney in the final Rasmussen Reports survey of the South Carolina Republican Primary race with the vote just two days away.

    The latest telephone survey of Likely GOP Primary Voters in the state finds Gingrich with 33% support to Romney’s 31%. Two days ago, before the last debate, it was Romney by 14 percentage points.

  20. DeniseVB says:

    Preview of a Romney-Obama debate. I’m guessing it’s an anti-Romney group….lol.

  21. HELENK says:

    Iowa hawk

    If I asked my wife for an open marriage, she’d open a can of whupass and leave me with an open head wound.

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