Known for at times working outside the mainstream and being unafraid to propose grandiose ideas, Newt Gingrich appears to have lived up to his reputation, releasing a 28-minute, 59-second video on energy and gas prices Wednesday.
Gingrich says his plan could bring gas prices down to $2.50 a gallon, proposes more domestic drilling and says he will approve the Canada-to-Texas pipeline shelved by the White House
The Wall Street Journal reports that the Gingrich campaign claims it will run the entire video in "key cities" until Super Tuesday:
"What’s less clear is how the campaign could afford to do so. It had less than $2 million in the bank two weeks ago, and reportedly raised $2 million during a California campaign swing last week."
Perhaps late night infomercial slots?