I wonder if he is saying what the people want to hear to get elected, then turn around and go with his own agenda
I've spoken with him, and the impression I got was that somebody stuck a microphone in his face and started peppering him with questions before he could wrap his head around the shooting.
Gingrey has been very supportive of the 2A, not just in voting against restrictions, but in actually sponsoring good legislation.
Any politician can renege on promises, but it's looking like a few folks are feeling less afraid to oppose a wave of gun control that doesn't look as inevitable as it did a couple of months ago. That, and I'm sure a few phone calls from the NRA didn't hurt.