The New Yorker’s 40 Nice Things About Newt


The New Yorker‘s John Cassidy asked readers to say nice things about Newt Gingrich. They did. He compiled it into a funny list titled “The 40 Nicest Things About Newt” that will confirm your best or worst prejudicial thoughts about the magazine’s readers.

Ex. “For a fat man, he doesn’t sweat that much.”

Read all 40.

I watched and tweeted last night’s debate, if you’re into that sort of thing. I can’t help myself.

Newt was clobbered about his lucrative $1.6 million consulting gig with Freddie Mac, and unconvincing in his insistence that he wasn’t really a lobbyist. But other than that, he was star of the debate.