He broke out the "Obama is the food stamp president" line that got him in racial trouble earlier in the campaign.
But this time, he spun the line into a suggestion that the African American vote is ripe for the plucking.
Here's how the line works: Obama is the food stamp president, Gingrich says, whereas he wants to be the paycheck president. The difference comes down to creating jobs or not, and Gingrich says he knows how to create them.
And that's where the black vote comes in.
"No administration in modern times has failed younger blacks more than the Obama administration," Gingrich said.
He explained that "in May, we had 41% unemployment among black teenagers in America." That means if Republicans can put on a brave face, they might be able to turn the African American vote their way.
Think of the social catastrophe of 41% of a community not being able to find a job. But we have to have the courage to walk into that neighborhood, to talk to that preacher, to visit that small business, to talk to that mother. And we have to have a convincing case that we actually know how to create jobs.
"The morning they believe that, you're going to see margins in percents you never dreamed of decide there's a better future," Gingrich said. "It takes courage, it takes hard work, it takes discipline and it's doable."
"I will bet you there is not a single precinct in this state in which the majority will pick for their children food stamps over paychecks," he said.
Gingrich isn't the only Republican on the trail talking up Obama's failures when it comes to minority populations. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) told an audience of Republicans in New Orleans that Obama "has failed the African American community" on jobs. She said that he's failed the Latino community -- which is also suffering from record unemployment -- as well.
Most of Gingrich's speech wasn't about wooing minority votes. He spent much of his time on stage talking about a coming "tsunami of violence" from terrorists and warning that Obama's "vision of the American Constitution is a mortal threat to our freedoms."