The Gingrich Ethics Violations

How can Newt Gingrich seriously consider running for President?  He disgraced the House of Representatives with ethics violations and paid $300,000 in fines.  The House ethics committee recommended that Gingrich face an unprecedented reprimand and fine after concluding that he violated congressional rules by using tax-deductible money for political purposes and providing inaccurate information to investigators.

So, he moved money around and then covered it up, and he thinks we should elect him President?

The Washington Post has a good list of articles relating to Gingrich’s ethics violations:

via Washingtonpost.com: The Gingrich Ethics Probe.

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