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Gingrich calls bigotry for asking about his bigotry.
I'll paraphrase, "Boo hoo, asking us questions about gay stuff is attacking our religion."

And yet again, they attempt to hide behind the victim card.

[quote]Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich blasted moderators at a debate in New Hampshire Saturday for
"The world is my country, and do good is my religion." - Thomas Paine
I am watching The West Wing, and I have just gotten to the end of president Barlets second term, and the run up to the elections is going on.

The networks stripped the electoral debate down to their two front runners, at which point one guy (excluded from the TV) decided to hold his own, and challenge the others to turn up, with rules stipulating that the questions asked must be answered before the debates will continue - that, THAT right there is how any politician-public interaction should proceed.
Simply not being silent is construed as attacking and crucifying.
How do people take these guys seriously? I just do not get it.
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." - George Santayana
By cleverly adding the Doubting Thomas story, and all the hate against considered thought, the early church ensured any True Believer(TM) will undoubtably live their religion undoubtedly.Shrug
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