All eyes and ears were on former speaker of the house Newt Gingrich as he delivered a speech outlining his stances for the presidential campaign of 2012.
Jobs were at the forefront of his talk, Ginrich says he doesn't want to be a food stamp president; he wants to be a pay check president.
"We're going to fight for every sale around the world to maximize American industrial production and American jobs," said Gingrich.
Republic Party members stood to their feet the words of Newt Ginrich filled the Macon Centreplex. Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives David Ralston says Gingrich's going back to work concept will help the economy.
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"Not personalities, policy questions. Are we going to have an energy policy, are we going to have a jobs policy. Are we going to value paychecks over food stamps?" said Bechtel.
Gingrich has a tax cut plan that would eliminate the capital gains tax, to make American entrepreneurs more competitive against other countries. He also plans to dramatically reduce the corporate income tax to 12.5%.