Florida Independent: GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich accused President Obama of being a “Saul Alinsky radical” who works to “appease the Taliban” at a campaign rally held in a Sarasota airplane hangar today.
Gingrich was flanked by former Attorney General Bill McCollum, Republican Party of Sarasota County chairman Joe Gruters and local campaign co-chair Harry Walia. GOP Senate candidate Connie Mack was also on hand, but he spent his time in the back of the crowd, and did not take the stage.
The former House Speaker didn’t mention GOP rival Mitt Romney by name, instead spending most of his short speech criticizing Obama, whom he says “doesn’t seem to operate on the same planet as we do.” Gingrich hammered the White House’s decision to veto the application for the Keystone XL pipeline, saying the president made the decision in order to please “San Francisco extremists,” and called for Congress to repeal the Dodd-Frank financial regulation package.
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