T. D. Jakes: Take on Newt Gingrich(sinner) over Romney (Mormon)???

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Bishop T.D. Jakes laid down the law recently blasting republicans stating they are more comfortable with having a sinner, Newt Gangrich, in the position of President rather than chosing a Mormon,(Mitt Romney.  He did not hold back his words on a recent interview on Washington Watch with Roland Martin as reported by Black America Web:

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Bishop T.D. Jakes blasted Republicans who support former House Speaker Newt Gingrich for president largely because rival candidate Mitt Romney is a Mormon and offered harsh words about Gingrich’s idea that poor children toil as janitors in their schools to develop a work ethic.

Appearing on “Washington Watch with Roland Martin” Sunday, Jakes noted that Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, appears to be getting the same treatment that President Barack Obama gets from some Christians and evangelicals who insist that he’s a Muslim.

Jakes, pastor of the 30,000-member Potter’s House in Dallas, said he’s baffled that some people won’t vote for former Romney because of his religious faith, but they’ll eagerly pull the lever for Gingrich, a thrice-married, twice-divorced adulterer.

“The thing that’s amazing to me about it is that the people who question whether he is legitimately a Christian because he is a Mormon don’t seem concerned about somebody running who is not a Christian at all,” Jakes said, alluding to Gingrich’s marital transgressions. “So that rationale says, ‘We are more comfortable with having a sinner in a position of leadership than we are a Mormon,’ when the Bible says ‘Righteousness exalts a nation, and sin is a reproach to any people.'”

“I really get frustrated,” Jakes added, “because we don’t seem to understand that whether we have a Christian in the White House, or a Mormon, or an African-American, or whatever, you cannot be the president of African-Americans or the president of Christians. You have to be president of the United States.”

Gingrich has become the front-runner in the GOP presidential sweepstakes leading into next month’s Iowa caucuses despite a somewhat randy past.

His first wife was his high school teacher. Some media reports say he discussed divorce with her while she was hospitalized with cancer, a charge that he denies.

While married to his second wife, Gingrich had an affair with a congressional aide, who is now his third wife. The affair was going on while Gingrich was leading the charge for then-President Bill Clinton’s impeachment over his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

But Gingrich’s personal past doesn’t seem to be a problem for many Christian, evangelical and Tea Party supporters who don’t want Romney to be the Republican nominee. Gingrich insists he’s a changed man who recently converted to Catholicism.

“I’ve made mistakes at times,” he said during a televised Republican debate Saturday night. “I’ve had to go to God for forgiveness.”

Though Gingrich says there a new Newt, Jakes believes that Gingrich’s recent comments about the poor smacked of the Old Newt.

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