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muriel_volestrangler Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-10-11 10:30 AM
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51. It wasn't an 'interview'; it was a 'forum with business leaders in South Carolina'
so maybe you saw something else. There's not much reporting of a business forum in SC on Thursday in the media; I suggest it was this one:

Newt Gingrich referenced credit cards, the Wright brothers, UPS package services and Abraham Lincoln on Thursday in Greenville, but somehow threaded those elements together for a common theme that he, not President Barack Obama, can create a "world that works."

Gingrich, whose rise in both national and South Carolina polls has only escalated in recent weeks, was introduced by Greenville Mayor Knox White at the Global Trading Consortium near Laurens Road and Interstate 85 in Greenville.
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