Friday, March 09, 2007

Down On Your Knees With Newt

Remind you of anything, honey?

Did Newt Gingrich appear on James Dobson's Sex Talk to lay the groundwork for a run for President, as some suspect, or was he just pimping his new audio release, Where I Left My D.N.A. In D.C.?

"Rediscovering God In America" takes listeners on a tour of historic American monuments, sights, and documents in Washington D.C.. From the White House to the Capitol to the Constitution, Newt Gingrich and his wife Callista explore America's past from their unique conservative and Christian viewpoints. Because of recent legal challenges to references of God in American government, AKA the conflict for separation of church and state [wtf? -R.A.], the Gingriches wrote this book as a "rebuttal to those who seek to write God out of American history." Through the country's relics, they claim, we can re-discover "our history as a nation under God." With what might seem like a normal sightseeing trip through our nation's capital, the audiobook aims to transcend it into something higher - a "profound...journey of discovery and renewal," touching the spritual as well as the historic.

I'd personally like to see Newt run for the Oval O., so I'll offer him a campaign slogan with historic echoes -- "Two Adulterers For The Price of One."

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