Newt wanted open marriage: So goes the ABC interview with a very bitter woman.

As I write,  ABC "News" is about to release a clip of their interview with Marianne Gingrich, Newts previously happy ex of 18 years.  She hates the guy and is acting out in a most predictable way.  I went through such nonsense,  myself, when my marriage of 23 years went down . . . . .  oh,  the stories she told.  In the end,  I got my boys and raised them into their adult years.  I kept telling my kids,  who knew the truth of it all,  "time is on my side."  And,  indeed,  it was.  

Marianne Gingrich will be telling folks that Newt wanted an "open marriage . . . . .  he wanted to share me."  

I don't know how this will play,  but it can't be good for Gingrich.  His daughters opinions will become a critical matter.  Understand that we now know that those stories about Herman Cain were false. Those stories were only about getting Cain out of the race.

The timing of this story proves the same is the case for Newt and the Marxist Media.  Understand that ABC has had this story "up their sleeve" for some time.  It is simply not a new story . . . . .  been around for years.  

Me?  I don't care about Newt's past . . . . . . and it is a distant past.  His present marriage seems to be more than stable and without controversy.  Indeed,  he has grown up.  

Ed Rollings,  an adviser on Fox News,  does not think this story will work against Gingrich.  Frankly,  I hope Rollings is right.  

Update:  I am adding the letter from Newt's two daughters.  Do with it what you will:  

. . . . . . .  taken from the Newt campaign.  

The failure of a marriage is a terrible and emotional experience for everyone involved.  Anyone who has had that experience understands it is a personal tragedy filled with regrets, and sometimes differing memories of events.
We will not say anything negative about our father’s ex-wife.  He has said before, privately and publicly, that he regrets any pain he may have caused in the past to people he loves.
ABC News or other campaigns may want to talk about the past, just days before an important primary election.  But Newt is going to talk to the people of South Carolina about the future– about job creation, lower taxes, and about who can defeat Barack Obama by providing the sharpest contrast to his damaging, extreme liberalism.  We are confident this is the conversation the people of South Carolina are interested in having.
Our father is running for President because of his grandchildren – so they can inherit the America he loves.  To do that, President Obama must be defeated.  And as the only candidate in the race, including Obama, who has actually helped balance the national budget, create jobs, reform welfare, and cut taxes and spending, Newt felt compelled to run - to serve his country and safeguard his grandchildren's future.