Gingrich: If Obama Imposes Health Care Change, It Will 'Come Back To Haunt' Him : The Two-Way Former House speaker Newt Gingrich, a Republican, says the Democratic president will regret it if he pushes through health care legislation without GOP support.
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Gingrich: If Obama Imposes Health Care Change, It Will 'Come Back To Haunt' Him

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Gingrich: If Obama Imposes Health Care Change, It Will 'Come Back To Haunt' Him

Gingrich: If Obama Imposes Health Care Change, It Will 'Come Back To Haunt' Him

What's the Republican view on what could happen if President Barack Obama and his Democratic allies push ahead with health care legislation that doesn't get much, if any, GOP support?

Well, former House speaker Newt Gingrich tells Morning Edition's Renee Montagne that he thinks that could lead to Republican gains in the 2010 and 2012 elections:

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There will be much more from Renee's conversation with Gingrich on tomorrow's ME. Click here to find an NPR station near you. And if you're trying to follow the health care debate and related issues, check out the NPR Health blog.

Update at 3:15 p.m. ET. Over at the NPR Health blog, Scott Hensley looks at Gingrich's argument for "incrementalism."