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>> chris: i'm chris wallace. as the gop presidential race heads south. newt gingrich goes all in to mount another come back. with alabama and mississippi at stake, we'll ask newt gingrich if they are must wins for his campaign to continue. and then foreign trouble spots. should the u.s. intervene in syria? is the u.s. and israel on the same page about iran? we'll talk about the new movie game change in an exclusive interview with senator john
mccain. better news on jobs and no relief on gas prices. we'll ask the sunday panel how the economy is driving the president's poll numbers and as the candidates recalibrate after super tuesday we go on the trail. all now on "fox news sunday". hello again, from fox news in washington. well, the world waits to see how alabama and mississippi play out on tuesday, we have results from saturday. in kansas, rick santorum easily won the caucaus with 51 percent. mitt romney had 21 percent and newt gingrich and ron paul rounding out the field. in wiom -- wioling, mitt romney first and newt gingrich last. including the three u.s. territories where mitt romney did well. here is the latest delegate count. mitt romney 454.
santorum 217 and newt gingrich third and paul last. it takes 1144 delegates to clinch the nomination . joining us from birmingham, alabama, a man looking for a strong showing in the south newt gingrich, welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> guest: good to be be back. >> chris: the polls so a surprisingly close race. will you win both? >> guest: i think we will win both. we are campaigning aggressively. you start behind because of romney's money and length of time he's advertising. and you catch up with him when you are campaigning . we have great organizations in both states and in particular in alabama where senate majority leader put together a great state wide organization. i will be campaigning in birmingham and mississippi and
campaigning in biloxi and back in birmingham. we are not taking anything for granted. >> chris: we'll talk the math, mr. speaker. you won two of the 25 contest states that voted so far and the romney camp said you have to take 70 percent of the outstanding delegates to clinch the nomination. if you were to lose one or both you will stay in this all the way to the convention. doesn't it become impossible to get to 1144 if you don't win both states. >> guest: the mitt romney camp is trying to sell that i should get out of the race and romney is inevitable. romney is the weakest front runner since wood in 1920 and he lost on the 10th ballot. romney has a challenge. he wins a state, he wins ohio he gets 38 percent of the vote and
places where no one competes because of money. guam, for example he does fine. but vioming 47 percent . loses kansas outright. most he will get in mississippi and alabama is a third and more likely to get 28 percent. yes, he is a front runner, but not a strong front runner. almost all conservatives are oppose that is the base of the party. we are likely to see after the last primary in june a 60 day conversation about what is going to happen as we are to see romney dominating. in that context, remembering that i was in first place both in december and again in midjanuary in terms of the gall up polls, i think there is a space for a visionary conservative with big solution like national american energy
policy and leading at 2.50 gasoline and a savings account for young americans and replacing the social services system with a brand new model. they are big ideas . a lot of states where we are second and gathering delegates and i feel good about representing people. i have 175,000 donors. 95 percent of them 275 dollars and i owe them something for a positive kind of conservatism. >> chris: we'll get to the big ideas in a moment. what i want to ask you romney is winning but not with polarity. and you point out this week an adgoing after rick santorum. >> i teamed up with leiberman and working with barbara boxer
and hillary clinton. politic system a team sport, folks. >> chris: i understand that you think you would make a better president than rick santorum with bigger ideas and bigger solutions. you are both conservatives and said that romney is a moderate. at some point does it make sense to get out and give rick santorum a shot at romney as you point out is not winning by impressive margins in a lot of that state. >> guest: the video makes the point of why i didn't get out. when i was speaker of the house. we lead four consecutive balanced budget. when rick was in leadership we had a big deficit. assuming the label conservative and covering everything is misleading. i worked to change washington and to use rick's own language.
this is somebody who on a number of occasion had washington change him. he admits it and said it is a team sport. you go along to get along. i don't believe that and frankly the leadership team that rick was in suffered a loss in 2006, because the country didn't want the earmarks and bigger deficits and bridge to no where. it is a principle difference. it is not just a label. what are you trying to accomplish and are you in the business to change washington or in the business to be a part of the team. >> chris: talk energy and 2.50 a gallon gasoline which is become the center piece of your campaign. how quickly do you think you be could get us back to that? >> guest: within two years. when george bush signed up the executive order and opening up
off drilling potential it required presidential action and oil prices dropped. i would sign the key stone pipe line immediately . we believe that could be up in a year. but 700,000 barrels a day going to houston from canada. and sign opening up the gulf for louisiana and texas. 400,000 barrels a day. folks in louisiana believe that state would turn around fast once they knew it would be coming. you can 2. 0 and that is not irerational. it was $1.13 when i was speaker. you can imagine the circumstances to get below 2.50. the key thing is, the direction i would take the country is to develop the resources and be independent of the middle east so no american president would
bow to a saudi king. the president is taking us to higher gasoline which is what his secretary of energy dr. chu wants it to be. he wants us to pay european levels and that is 9 or 10 dollars a gallon. >> chris: mr. speaker, gas experts make two points. you point it was $1.89 when president obama took office. they say that was misleading because it was the depths of the recession . and fact is six months before it was $4.11 under president bush. even if you were to begin a onslaught of domestic drilling it would take three-five years for that to result in more production which is not to say we shouldn't do it, but it wouldn't indicate or cause gas price to go down sharply in the
two-year time frame you are talking about. >> guest: it is a question of what the futures market does and if it anticipates production. drill here and pay now and pay less and we had a million 600,000 signatures in 08 prices were up at four dollars. if we started then we would be in the window you are describing. natural gas production went up 11 percent since 2008. and the price crashed from 7.97 a unit to under three dollars. from 2008 to today it crashed. if you had the same pattern in oil as you had in natural gas you would be paying 1.13. and i didn't project that but that is a direct parallel with what happened in united states with natural gas. >> chris: mr. speaker, there is a terrible incident this morning
a u.s. serviceman walked off the base in southern afghanistan firing at civilian and killed as many as 16. your reaction to that, sir? >> guest: we have to investigate it. i see the nato command already commented on it and indicate clearly and convince the people of afghanistan justice will be done and we are not going to tolerate that kind of thing. and i think it is a grave difficulty in reaching out for the families. they should be compensated. what makes us different from the taliban and al-qaida they targeted in killing civilians and we have to live up to our standards and values. >> chris: it brings up a bigger question about our future in afghanistan. after the accidental burning of the qu'ran, so-called afghan partners, target killed six u.s.
servicemen. >> guest: this is a real problem. and there is some problems, you know, you have to live your own miserable life. >> chris: i want to ask you about that. are you saying that we should pull out of afghanistan now? and what about the argument that we need to be there longer because we need to get the afghan government and military and the police to stand up so they can stand up to and defend us against the text and al-qaida. depest guest that was relate to president karzai. as much as we have to be concerned about our impact on the afghan people, he owes the american people apology. those killings were by afghan soldiers. it has to be a two-way street. the idea of us tolerating and
tolerating while things are done to us wrong sends the wrong signal. i reached a conclusion about the region and much more pessimistic. when you look at pakistan and realized they were hiding bin laden for 7 years in a military city where there is a university, and there reaction was not to fine the people hiding him but fining the people who helped the americans. there is something wrong with how we are hoonedling the region . it will get substantially worse. we are risking the of young men and women. >> chris: you didn't just say karzai needs to apology. you have to lead your own miserable life. are you saying that the u.s., we fought bravely and all good intent for more than 10 years, is it time to say enough?
>> guest: i think it is very likely that we lost the lives and suffered injuries to a consider number of americans on a mission that we will discover it is not doable . by not doable. you are not going to get afghanistan and pakistan and watch what is happening in egypt with the mlim brotherhood. look at the region and ask yourself, is this a harder deeper problem that is not susceptible to military force in the scale we are prepared to do? and if that is true, and part of the why i am making energy independence my cam - on campaign. the u.s. ought to back off from the region and not take p.m. responsibility and say chinese and european and indians, you have a problem but not necessarily america's problem and have to recognize this is a
region that is hard to deal with in the near future >> chris: speaker gingrich. thank you for joining us and safe travels and we'll see how things turn out on tuesday . >> guest: thank you, chris. >> chris: up next iran's nuclear program and syria, we'll ask senator john mccain what the u.s. should be doing. this was the gulf's best tourism season in years. all because so many people came to louisiana... they came to see us in florida... make that alabama... make that mississippi. the best part of the gulf is wherever you choose...
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controversial new movie on the 2008 campaign, we have plenty to discuss with our next guest. welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> guest: thank you, chris. >> chris: let's start with the terrible news overnight from afghanistan, what is your reaction . we talked about it with speaker gingrich that apparently one u.s. serviceman walked off his base and went to civilian's home and may have killed as many as cane people including children. what is your reaction to that and also your reaction to the groying sentiment among conservatives like speaker gingrich that our mission in stan tan may not be doable and we may need to get out? >> guest: it is a terrible situation that happened there and you know, it is one of those thing that is you can't explain except to extend your deepest
sympathy to the victims and see that justice is one. i might add there was a significant step forward in agreement concerning the detainees between president karzai and the united states and that would move us closer to a long-term strategic partnership agreement. that is i think an important step forward. but these thing in warfare that happened, they give us a reason to have it avoided and there is serious fundmental problems of corruption in the karzai government and sanctuary in pakistan and it is clear in a cable that was sent back through the cia which naturally appeared on the front page of the washington post. >> chris: but let's walk our way through this. accidental burning of the qu'ran and then our afghan partners,
police and military targeted and killed 6 u.s. servicemen and now this incident with obviously would seem a deranged american serviceman killing a doze yen you know the blow back from that is terrible and you get people like newt gingrich, who is no dog on defense saying maybe it is just time to get out. >> guest: i understand the frustration and anger and sorrow . i also understand and we should not forget the attacks on the united states of america in 9/11 originated in afghanistan. and if afghanistan dissolved in a situation where the taliban were able to take over or a chaotic situation, it could return to a al-qaida base for attacks on the united states of america. that is our goal as it was the
day we went in. >> chris: you became the first senator this week to say that the u.s. in coordination with other countries, should use our air power to go after the assad regime. this is what president obama said in response. >> what happened in libya we mobilized the international community and knew we could execute effectively in a short period of time. this is a much more complicated situation. >> chris: the point that he and others make in response to your call for using u.s. air power, syria has a stronger army and air defense system and they have big caches of chemical and biological weapons. we don't know who the opposition is and that is different than libya.
what about the argument this is different and more complicated than libya. >> guest: i will make it clear that we have a call for unlateral action and no boots on the ground. but for syria and they are going into idlib and the slaughter continues. it is a violation of united states national security policy made by the president of the united states that we would prevent massacres. if the united states does not have the military capability with our allies to subdue the syria military we have wasted 700 billion a year. every time a crisis comes up, we hear from this administration reasons why we can't do something and why we can't lead from in front. instead they want to lead from behind. people are massacred as we
speak. the president and head of central command said if syria fell it would be the biggest blow to iran in 25 years. but the point is, massacres are taking place. they are taking place in bosnia and kosovo and under president clinton we intervened. these people are fighting for their freedom and slaughtered and being supplied by the russians and iranians and not only iranian weapon but they are on the ground. the united states does have capabilities with the allies in exercising a lot of options and air power is one of them and for us not to do so is in my humble opinion disgraceful and shameful. >> chris: turning to iran, the president seemed to send two messages. first jewish leaders and then
republican rifles in a new's conference. let's watch. >> i will not hesitate to use force when it is necessary to defend the united states and its interest. when i see the casualness some of these folks talk about in war, i am reminded of the costs involved in war. >> chris: what would you do, sir if 2008 turned out different. what would president mccain? would you give israeli the green light to strike and would you give diplomacy. we have the oil embargo and european oil embargo against iran and sanctions against the iran central bank, how much time would you give to work? >> guest: the president said he doesn't bluff. his national security policy is to prevent massacre and said
bashar assad is got to go. we'll find out about bluffing. it is bother some that the president of the united states would denigrate the views of other people who feel they have the right to weigh in on the issue. it is not casualness that on the part of mitt romney to say it is unacceptable for the iranians to develop a nuclear weapon. and so the president sends the national security advisor and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff to israel and leaks they are there to urge israel not to act. if you are threatened by extinction, would you rely on another country's capability to make sure you are not attacked with nuclear swadings?
that's what the israelis are faced. that's why netanyahu said israel is a sovereign nation . rather than bring us closer to israel, the president has shown degrees of separation. he should have sat down with the prime minister of israel with our national security advisor. if iran crosses red lines and by the way, they continue, they continue to develop a nuclear weapon. and they they are the following red lines, we will act with you if iran reaches those red lines and they are drawn. instead the president decided to try to persuade israel not to attack between now and november of 2012, it is not helpful and
the relations between the united states and israel have never been worse. >> chris: well, speaking of elections to the new hbo movie game change about your selection of sarah palin as running mate. you have swore that you are not going to watch game change. it premiered on hbo. did you break down and tune in? >> guest: i watched the phoenix coyotes defeat the sharks. of course i will not watch it. it is based on a book that is biased and what i don't understand in the tough world of politics why there is assaults on a good and decent person, sarah palin, a fine family person and a person whose nomination energized our campaign. we were in the lead and they continue to disparage and attack
her character and her person. i admire and respect her and proud of our campaign and grateful that she ran with me and i will always be proud of what she did and humbled that i was able to get the nomination for republican party >> chris: it portrays nuthe movie. for all of your talk about putting country first, that your decision to pick sarah palin was pure pol-- politics. >> we need a game change. none much these middle age white guys are game changers. so find me one. >> chris: so find me a woman; did that happen? >> guest: of course not and by the way, i have been told i am portrayed as using an exceeding
amount of coarse language. i have a larger vocabulary than that. i thought she was qualified and ability to excite our party and the kind of person that i wanted to see succeed in the political aren a. she is effective and successful governor of a state. chris, i look forward and not back. this kind of stuff is something that i don't spend a lot of time on, because right now, i am trying to work on issues such as those we previously discussed >> chris: i want to ask one question. it speak to credibility. and then we'll leave it you said authors and hollywood made stuff up. i want to point out yotes from steve submit who was your chief strategist in the movie.
he said it is the true story of what happened over those 10 weeks. this is schmitt talking. i regret playing a part in the process that yielded someone on the ticket that was not prepared to be president. i am not asking you to respond to hollywood or authors. but what do you say to the guy steve schmitt who said it is all true. >> guest: i regret that he would make such a statement. >> chris: we'll leave it there. thank you for coming on. it always a pleasure to talk with you. in the movie which i part of. you wear like a sailors and i guess that would be unfair to sailors and so i will leaf -a leaf li ave it there. up next. rising gas prices and the reason behind the president's flat poll
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>> i did not run for this office just to get back to where we were. i ran for this office to get us to where we need to be. >> chris: president obama pointing out good news on the economy and promising better news ahead. it is time for our sunday group. dana perino co-anchor of the 5 on "fox news sunday", former democrat senator evan bayh. and chip saltsman from mike
huckabee's 2008 presidential young . liz marlantes from the christian science monitor. we'll start with the numbers on the economy. 227,000 jobs created and unemployment at 8.three percent. and there are still 5.2 million fewer jobs than four years ago. dana, what does that mean for the economy and president obama's reelection chances? >> good news and is good news and it should be called that. in president bush's you could get 150,000 jobs and approximate democrats said it is horrible. but 227,000 is a positive trend and should that continue and see a drop in unemployment rate. good for americans. but the central focus of the campaign will be the economy but will shift a little bit to the
debt and deficit and obama care will play a big role and the economy is for the administration and playing the most important role going forward. >> chris: senator, we'll talk about gas prices, but putting that aside, what does that say to you about the strength of the recovery, and what does it say to you about republicans trying to make the economy and obama's mismanagement of it an issue in the campaign. >> first. the economy is gaining momentum. one set of data is an aberration and two a coincidence dense and three is a trend. we have three in a row. and there is wind in our back now . the stock market is a forward predicting mechanism and consumer confidence is high. we are not out of the woods yet. gas prices is high . europe is a mess and if you look at history, recoveries from
fortunately panic is harder because confidence is effective and people have to get the debt down. it will make it harder for the republicans. they have to run on it. it is the issue but harder to run when times are improve they are. >> chris: chip, looking at this in a historical context, no president even if we are talking about 8.3 or high 7s, no president won reelection since fdr since 1956 with high un. ment and highest was ronald reagan. what is more important. the unemployment rate or conjectory and if you were running the republican campaign startog labor day, how do you go after obama on the economy. >> reelection of the president is based on the president. the economy news is good.
exactly what dana said good for all americans. but the feeling is that the economy is picking up but slow. and typical low in a reelection year, end of the second quarter people lock in their votes on the economy. it is slow but good and as republicans celebrate that and contrast on the issues like obama care and, epa and gas regulations. turning to gas prices, they are now as of today 3.79 a gallon, forecast that it could go up over $4 a gallon this summer liz, how big of a problem for the president? >> it is a problem for the president and obviously they are worried enough about it he talked about it in the weekly address and calling for subsidies to oil companies and newt gingrich has been hammering the issue. >> chris: 2.50 gasoline. >> and mocking president obama
as algae and he's picking up movement in the polls. they are a little bit all over the place. we'll see if this message really works. i will say about gas prices. we had so much volatility in the gas prices, i feel like consumers to some extent feel like they have seen the movie before. i oner if there is a cushion where it is up high now and it may go back down. it is not a sense of it is up high and never go back down necessarily. >> chris: i want the two of you to debate gas prices and dana, set it out there. president obama said domestic production is the highest than it has been in the past eight years. critics say that is because of drilling on private property and not on federal land and because, and why you are brought into this under decisions made by
president bush. how far is it to go after barack obama. >> if you are dealing in fact and reality they are true. public land drilling is down 11 percent. private land drilling is up. certain states like north dakota found new technology and able to go after natural gas and they have a 3 percent unemployment on state and private and not public land. it takes four-five years to find a site, test it. and get the equipment there and get that stuff on line. which is why i don't believe a lot of people think that the key stone pipe line would give lower gas prices tomorrow. but president obama is in a position he's now lostt to go against the type and say i will have a longger range strategy so a president can say there will be a brighter future for us on gas prices >> chris: to sum it up before going to senator evan
bayh, white house said domestic production is highest. >> they never finish the sentence. >> chris, you raised two points in the interview with newt gingrich. gas prices fluctuate and they were over four dollars a gallon under president bush . they go up and down regardless was party and president. only so much a president can do. in the short run. president did support the continued pay roll tax cut in part to off set the blow that consumers are taking in the pump. he was for it. in the long run. it is supply and demand. he did good things with regard to demand and diversify the fuel sore sources and higher mileage for cars and trucks to get the demand down. president bush deserves credit for opening up more land. but the president obama did not role that all back and less
dependent today. and long-time incumbent president deserves credit for that. >> chris: how vulnerable is obama on gas prices >> this is an achilles heel. if they are having problems in the economy and sending 80 dollars to fill up a truck. if he doesn't get the energy prices under control it will damage the economy. it is fragile. >> chris: when we come back, candidates head south and stakes couldn't be higher. we'll ask the panel who has the most riding on tuesday.
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person race. >> chris: candidates rick santorum and mitt romney making their case in the southern states. we are back with the panel e. chip saltsman, from your perspective as mike huckabee's campaign manager, what will happen in alabama and mississippi and what is the potential of shake up the race. >> it could shake up the race if mitt romney gets a win in mississippi or alabama. >> chris: why is he competitive down there in >> he is got a great organization and spending mon yedone mail and radio and everything that a campaign is supposed to do where the other campaigns have lagged behind on the resources and just getting in the game it is not different than any other state he's been in? >> chris: you would think the evangelical and tea party and bigger in other parts of the country. will he have the same problem
with them. >> whether you are evangelical or not jobs are important. social issues are what you are voting for mitt romney is not the choice. but if jobs and economy. he will compete your vote and the polls support that. >> chris: senator bayh, do you believe santorum and newt gingrich that they are in until the convention regardless was what happens. >> no, there is an old saying in politicings. no one ever stops running for president. they just run out of money. in newt's case, as long as they have checks written >> chris: casino owner from las vegas who is giving more than 10 million to newt's super pac. >> if that dries up how does he go on. and santorum at some point how do they continue on? it is ego and some point
supporters say enough already . the point i would make. the real winner is president obama. if you look at the republican nominee. his unfavorables are high and independents are alienate republican enthusiasm is done and swing states in the ugly campaigns he's behind in the polls and longer it goes on. harder to present a strategic delemia and he appeals to the conservative base and moderates and independents, it bleeds into the authtesity issue and he's stuck. sooner they wrap it up, better it is for them. >> chris: dana, i want you and liz to go big picture. where is as we sit here today, where is the republican race now . how close is mitt romney to wrapping it up if not mathematically at least practically. >> if you look at all of the states except for tennessee that
mitt romney has won, he's been two important things. people who think the economy is the most important thing and want to beat obama. i think that voters in the country, whether they are watching it day-to-day, big picture, they think that in the states where he's won and why he's competitive in the south and a lot of people thought he wouldn't be able to show up there. if you ask those questions. romney tends to be the best nominee. >> chris: what is the of what senator bayh said, republicans who may not be sold on him particularly conservative republicans hold their nose. we have to stop the blood letting and go in and vote for him. >> the enthusiasm is there under the surface . i believe that the independents are alienated by president obama and that is the razor thin margin that the republicans can
pick up but they have to do well with the hispanics they have to appeal to the voters. >> chris: same big picture, lizz. where is the race now and how close is mitt romney to put it away. >> i think he's pretty close. the basic big picture hasn't changed. the states where romney has lost are not states that will go for obama in the general election. and he will not lose the southern states even if he loses them in the primary. itate that is matter are ohio, states like florida where romney won. and that is kind of the bottom line. i think in the south, romney finally has a chance to beat expectation and has been hobbled by being a front runner who everybody assumed would win and has significant weaknesses and he's never had a situation where he can go in and beat expectation and this might be
the first time to do that and in terms was perception that goes a long way for him. >> chris: chip, before we are seen anointing rom romm. the fact is santorum is running a strong campaign and did well in kansas and more importantly came within 12,000 votes of winning ohio and three in michigan and how big of a deal does he show strength and conversely romney shows weakness in closing the deal with evangelicals and people who identify themselves as conservative. >> it is a challenge. he is running a crusade and they love watching him and it is an excite we saw for governor romney, his campaign is clinical and surgically approached this santorum is all passion and santorum is all business.
it is a heart versus mind decision and mitt romney gives us our best chance to beat obama. we are having the same debate it is mitt romney. >> chris: as a talented republican strategist. how do you close the deal with those parts of the active and more conservative part of the base he failed to reach? >> he's tried to use the humor which he is not great at. if he can laugh at himself it is great. we are a year into this and not sure about who his bioand why he wants to be president. i am not sure i can answer those questions about mitt romney. >> chris: senator, it is a flip for you. you were a democrat in a red state of the indiana; how do you cross over and persuade people you know, you can be trusted and that you share their values? >> in terms of reaching out to
independents. >> chris: no, reaching out to the base. who would you tell romney to do? >> be himself and say i am fortunate to be successful and i made mon yei may not be the most natural person on the political stuff but i know how to get jobs and run the economy. i will being for you. he needs to relax and be mitt romney. people are wonders is the authtent tick mitt romney moderate who served massachusetts or the arch conservative who is competing for the nomination it reminds me of the line. the key is sincerity. once you learn to fake that you have that. what does he do? >> i like being himself and a point in the michigan speech. his victory speech in michigan forward toward the end. will my children be able to compete in the world and will we
have america we want to have? he did the big picture and the media, of which quee are part. it is like a football. they keep raising the bar. even if he wins, the headlines don't say he won. it romney didn't lose. >> chris: and our group will pick up with the discussion on "fox news sunday".comand we'll post the video. and follow us on twitter. up next, we go on the trail. impact wool exports from new zealand, textile production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing.
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>> chris: after super tuesday, the race shifted down south. that's where we go on the trail. ♪ what would you like to say to mr. romney? >> good luck tonight. >> tonight we are counting up the delegates of the convention and it looks and counting down the days until november and that looks even better. >> we are oing to get couple of gold medals and a pass full of silver. >> we are going to win? >> yes. >> we always win, right. >> morning, u' all. good to be with you. i got started right with biscuit and cheesy grits. >> governor romney indicated it was the first time he tasted grits . i just wanted to reassure all of
you that i have had some acquaintance with shrimpp, with cheese, with gravy. >> if he wants to get out i am all for him getting out. i wish president obama would hand me this thing. >> we are staying in this race because i believe it is going to be impossible for a moderate to win the general election. i spent my life in business 25 years n business you have to be fiscal conservative. outspending your opponent and powning them in the ground will not win the election. ♪ sweet home alabama. ♪ with skies off the blue. >> this is the wildest roller coaster. and i tell people it is like riding space mountain in disneyworld. that is the roller coaster in the dark. you don't know where you are going or where you are.
but it is exciting. >> for all of the anticipation, super tuesday did not mark a turning poign in the race because a good chance results in alabama and mississippi may do just that . now a personal note. wednesday evening, i was honored to receive an award for excellence in broadcast journalism. my thanks to my colleagues and fox for the support. to see the highlights and low lights from my career and my acceptance speech check out our web page at "fox news sunday".com. there you can see me interviewing the olseven twins. that's it for today and have a great week. we'll see you on the next "fox news sunday". ♪