Wisconsin senator endorses GOP frontrunner Sunday morning, but he also teamed up with Congressman Ryan to play a joke on the former Massachusetts governor.
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The former U.S. House speaker describes his plans for jobs and energy independence. He also calls Georgia important to election success.
Updated 9:16 a.m., Feb. 19, 2012 Newt Gingrich worked with the Clinton administration when Gingrich was U.S. House speaker. He does not see any similarities in the administration of Barack Obama. Asked Saturday in Suwanee to compare those administrations, Gingrich told Suwanee Patch, "You can't. ... President Clinton had a streak of practicality. He had been a governor ... he was used to negotiating with the legislature. ... (Obama) tries to dictate everything." Gingrich was just as critical of Obama during his speech to about 400 people at Collins Hill High. He criticized what he called "bigotry" and "dishonesty" of the Obama administration. (See the attached video and Patch coverage of Gingrich's appearance in Forsyth County.) "You can't…