GOP Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich finds today's college students a coddled bunch, flush with free money as they take a leisurely stroll through their studies. He advises that they borrow little and get a part-time job while in school. Newt's path? Lean on family members for dough, avoid taking on a part-time job and when pressed, assume a part-time teaching position at West Georgia College. But, he apparently spent little time actually teaching and had a high rate of absenteeism. Talk is cheap Newt, but college isn't.
STORY: Newt Gingrich Says College Students Should Have Jobs, But Did He?