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Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich Shares Insights on Healthcare Reform and the Federal Pay Czar with BulletproofBlog.com
Date:11/6/2009

WASHINGTON, Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Bulletproof Blog, the nation's premier high-stakes communications blog, published an interview today with former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich on the latest legislative and regulatory developments to effect America's business landscape.

In the interview, Speaker Gingrich provides insights on the most significant issues impacting the crossroads of business and government, including healthcare reform and the newly appointed federal pay czar. Excerpts from the complete interview, which can be accessed on www.bulletproofblog.com include:

Gingrich on the Federal Pay Czar: "...the destructive impact of a political appointee controlling compensation will drive away first class people and lead to Shanghai and London replacing New York as the center of finance."

Gingrich's predication for the public option in the health care bill: "Health reform on the left is about bigger government, not about better health. The leadership of the socialist wing of the Democratic Party wants this so badly that its passage has to be considered a 50-50 possibility despite intense public opposition."

The entire interview appears as a special exclusive related to Bulletproof Blog's weekly series of interviews with thought leaders in areas of critical importance to companies and countries.

To read the full interview, visit http://bit.ly/1LZM3F

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