Gingrich Takes Shots At Obama During Georgia GOP Convention
Former House speaker Newt Gingrich labeled President Obama as, “the most successful food stamp president,” at a recent Republican party meeting in Macon, Georgia.
Gingrich addressed the audience at the Georgia Republican Party convention Friday by warning that another four-year bid with President Obama's "radical left-wing values" would lead to economic ruin. Adding that the president is, “the most successful food stamp president in Modern American history.”
Gingrich also labeled Obama's recent address on immigration, "very dishonest."
"Obama has to answer the question: he's had two years to pass a bill and he never made it a priority. Why should they trust that he will now?" he said.
The speech came at the end of a long day of campaigning for Gingrich, who recently announced that he would be seeking the party nomination for the 2012 presidential election.