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Obama administration ‘anti-religious,’ Gingrich says

(CNN) – Newt Gingrich said Tuesday the Obama administration is “intensely secular” and “anti-religious,” the former House Speaker’s second hard-hitting criticism of the new administration this week.

In an interview with FOX News, Gingrich said he strongly disagreed with Obama’s choice of Harry Knox – an outspoken activist for gay rights – to the White House advisory council on faith-based initiatives.

“I think their goal is to have a very secular America in which government dominates everything,” he said. “Why wouldn’t you put an anti-religious, left-wing zealot on a faith-based group? It’s a perfect pattern for this administration.”

Since 2005, Knox has served as the director of the Human Rights Campaign, a national organization that advocates on behalf of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals. He is also a former Methodist pastor.</em>

Newt, recent Catholic “convert”, serial adulterer, and shameless whore to his desire for the presidency, hoists his hypocritical carcass onto yet another Fox show and dribbles gibberish from deep in his cretinous soul, no matter that it makes, uh…no fucking sense. Remember Rev. Wright? Remember that Obama “sat in his pew for 20 years…” blah blah blah…and now he’s supposedly “intensely secular” and “anti-religious”? Make up your mind you ridiculous clown of a man.

Not that anyone with an IQ higher than a bowl of pasta will care, but really, as stated years ago:

Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son.


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