At CPAC, Gingrich invokes Reagan and slams Obama

WASHINGTON – Newt Gingrich invoked the name of Ronald Reagan in the opening lines of a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference here today, and then made a dozen or so policy pledges that he contends are in the revolutionary mold of the Gipper.

“In all the years that I have worked in this party and in this movement, this is the year to reset this country in a decisive, bold way,’’ Gingrich declared in an address that won frequent applause and standing ovations.

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