Serial adulterer and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is "outraged" over the "power" exercised by the Iowa Supreme Court in their landmark decision that struck down the state law limiting marriage to different-sex couples.
The former House speaker—speaking at the University of Georgia's law school on Tuesday—says he was astonished by a recent Iowa Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage in that heartland state.
Gingrich calls the decision "outrageously wrong" and says it demonstrated "judicial arrogance."
Gingrich, who is an entrenched foe of gay rights legislation, would know a thing or two about "family values". Gingrich has been married three times, divorcing one wife when she was recovering from cancer, divorcing another when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and, court documents revealed both times he had a much younger mistress. Talk about "outrageously wrong" ...