Like other Republicans, the former House speaker pins his plans on more domestic energy production. But he has attached a specific target, saying his approach can bring pump prices down to $2.50 per gallon or lower.
He, too, touts an "all of the above" strategy, arguing that Obama has failed to really do this. Mr. Gingrich would remove barriers to oil and oil shale development. He says Americans like big cars and shouldn't be told by the government to buy smaller ones. More domestic production would also aid job creation, Gingrich says (as do other GOP candidates).
"If you want $10-a-gallon gasoline, an anti-energy secretary, and in weakness requiring us to depend on foreigners for our energy, Barack Obama should be your candidate," Gingrich told California Republicans recently.