David Gregory started out interviewing Newt Gingrich and asked him about Limbaugh's "slut" comment and if this is hurting the Republican Party. As you would expect, and as Gingrich should've responded, he took offense to the question and accused the MSM of avoiding talking about economic problems which would reflect badly on Obama.
What Gingrich should have done is take Gregory back to orginal causes. If we had not had decades of government intervention in healthcare and healthcare coverage, we would have a few hundred million consumers buying policies across the country, and we would competitive insurance companies working to provide the least expensive most personal coverage possible. If we had had a free market, insurance companies would likely have developed comprehensible policies that parents buy for their children when born that the children take over payment of when parent and son/daughter agree to make the transition -- it would likely be a policy that is adjusted, coverage and price-wise, as needs change so that the coverage meets the healthcare realites of the individual as he/she changes throughout life. If this had been the case, the Catholic Church would not be upset over mandates to provide contraception, Fluke would be satisfied with a policy that covers her female needs, Fluke's gay friend would be satisfied, and Meet the Press would not waste an hour on this nonsense.
So, let's get rid of Obamacare, stop government intervention into healthcare and healthcare coverage, allow a free market to provide services that meet consumers wants and needs, and get back to economic growth and job opportunities. What we're seeing, and we saw throughout the Meet the Press show is the absurdity caused by decades of statist interference in the economy -- society devolves into these stupid battles between political parties, men and women, rich and poor, etc. Statist government causes deep divisions and a constant battle over an ever-growing feeding trough. The whole hour was wasted on nonsense.