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Gingrich says Romney’s ‘rich enough’ to not worry about rising gas prices

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Newt Gingrich on Monday offered a blistering rebuttal to Mitt Romney's critique of his $2.50 per-gallon gas plan, suggesting Romney was "rich enough" to be unconcerned with rising gas prices.

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"Well, look, if you're Mitt Romney and you're rich enough, maybe you don't get it," Gingrich said on Fox News.

Romney had said Sunday, while campaigning in Georgia, that Gingrich's plan — which the former Speaker said would drive down gas prices by opening up additional federal and offshore lands to oil drilling — was a "pander." But Gingrich sharply contested that critique, saying he would happily debate Romney on rising fuel prices.

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