Newt Gingrich’s cheating ways have earned him some flack, but hardly hindered his progress in the GOP primary election. He’s acknowledged his infidelity and apologized, so now it’s generally something that’s skirted around, even in debates that address the question of fidelity head-on. The fact that he’s been able to emerge from his personal scandals unscathed is probably a relief for Gingrich, but it’s unlikely that even he would want to be praised for his infidelity, especially by a pro-adultery social network that facilitates affairs for married people. Ashleymadison.com, a website with the slogan, “Life is short. Have an affair,” has put up a billboard in Pennsylvania with an image of the former speaker of the house “shh”-ing alongside the words, “Faithful Republican ... Unfaithful Husband. Welcome to the Ashleymadison.com Era.” The site’s founder and CEO, Noel Biderman, explains the endorsement. “Now that Newt is the leading contender in the race for the GOP nomination, we felt compelled to make a point to illustrate how times have changed when a serial divorcée/adulterer is capturing the hearts of the American people,” he said. In a tight race that seems to see candidates scrambling for whatever votes they can get, Ashleymadison’s endorsement, while honest, is probably not the type of support Newt was looking for.