A subdued Newt Gingrich is focusing on President Barack Obama and ignoring his Republican rivals as he looks to Super Tuesday's contests.

Gingrich spoke before polls even closed in Tuesday's two primaries -- Michigan and Arizona -- and made no reference to the contests. Gingrich says he will make a stand next week, on Super Tuesday when 10 states will vote with a total of 419 delegates at stake, including his home state of Georgia.

Gingrich says Obama is not doing enough to keep gas prices down and says Obama should approve the Keystone oil pipeline and allow more drilling in Alaska. He says if he is elected he can promise gas prices between $2 and $2.50 a gallon.


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