"I wish he'd be honest with the American people," Gingrich said, adding that negativity is "a terrible way to run for office.”
Just a reminder Gingrich, lack of integrity and adultery is also not a great way to start either. On Jan. 21, 1997, one of the most memorable days in congressional history, Newt Gingrich became the first House speaker to be reprimanded by his colleagues for ethical misconduct.
The 395-28 vote, to reprimand him for bringing discredit on the House for failing to ensure his use of tax-exempt groups was legal, was historic by itself. But Gingrich's peers didn't stop there. They fined him $300,000 for misleading the House ethics committee and causing it to extend a costly investigation.
"I'm a changed man," said Newt... he just will make sure he doesn’t get caught in the cookie jar next time.
Newt is one of the biggest liars to ever to arise in America...numerous ethical charges...serial adultery...anti constitution ideas...a "frugal" lifestyle with half a million charge account at Tiffany's, encouraged the housing crisis with "historical" advice...and he is calling Romney a liar??