The Laura Ingraham Show - Newt Gingrich: We're going all the way to Tampa





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Published on Jan 31, 2012

@2:56 Ingraham: So now you're sighting George Soros as an authority, Newt?

Gingrich: I'm suggesting to people that when you have Goldman Sachs, which is the number one funder of Obama, is now the number one funder of Romney—you understand that if you want real change; you're not likely to get it. And I'm suggesting that there is something very revealing about the attitude towards who they think won't be a particularly big threat.

@3:54 Ingraham: Speaker Gingrich, the issue of Goldman Sachs or Bain Capital or the way money is made in the United States—your references to Goldman Sachs. I think that's what causes many conservatives concern about how you—Gingrich: Laura!—Ingraham: What's wrong with Goldman Sachs?

Gingrich: You're talking about an institution that in one transaction alone got $13 Billion from the American taxpayer. I mean Goldman Sachs is not some—we're not talking about capitalism in the traditional sense. They got $13 billion out of the AIG bailout alone.

@4:56 Ingraham: Well maybe [Goldman Sachs] think [Romney] is going to turn around the economy, Mr. Speaker. Maybe they think he's actually the best guy to turn the economy around because he's turned other businesses around.

Gingrich: So you think they [Goldman Sachs] were for Obama in 2008, because they thought he would turn the economy around?

Ingraham: I don't know any of those people at Goldman Sachs. I'm just guessing.

@9:20 Ingraham: How are you going to withstand the pressure that you know is coming—because you've been around for decades here in Washington and obviously in politics. For you to drop out of this race, for the "good of the party," that is going to be what you hear.

Gingrich: Let me just say, Laura. None of the people who are going to say that—not a one of them—told Romney in Iowa not to run negative ads. Not one them told Romney in Florid not to run negative ads. As far as I'm concerned they are part of the hypocrisy of the establishment. You know I didn't hear any of them talk about the unity of the party when I was winning in South Carolina... We're going to go all the way to Tampa.

@12:47 Ingraham: Speaker Gingrich, we've had Obama sing Al Green on the stump. We've had Romney yesterday singing a patriotic song. Anything you want to try out on us today?

Gingrich: No. No. Callista's in the choir, and she's really good at it. People should know their own limits. They shouldn't—I noticed the reaction from the three judges from American Idol. I think my reaction would be similar, and I assume not to embarrass myself.

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