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article imageRadio host offers Gingrich $1 million to drop out of GOP race

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By Owen Weldon     Dec 12, 2011 in World
Radio host Michael Savage has offered a large sum of cash to GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. The catch is that Gingrich has to drop out of the race.
Savage, the popular conservative radio talk show host, will announce on his show that he will offer Gingrich $1 million to quit the race. Savage said that he believes that if Gingrich does win the nomination, then President Obama will defeat Gingrich. Savage believes that this will lead to another four years of socialist rule.
According to the Washington Times, Savage said that there are two candidates who have a real chance at getting nominated: Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. Savage went onto say that Romney may not be as strong a conservative as a lot of people would like him to be. He then said that one of the most pressing issues in front of America today is seeing that Barack Obama gets defeated, and Gingrich cannot do that.
According to Mediaite, Savage described Gingrich as unelectable. Savage said that Romney is really the only one who has a chance at beating Obama in 2012. Savage said that he wants Gingrich to quit the race for the nation’s sake.
Savage gave a list of reasons why Gingrich should not be elected. He says that Gingrich did not succeed with his so called contract with America. He went onto say that Gingrich wants amnesty for illegal aliens, that he made a lot of money from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and that he cheated on two wives and even left them when they were sick.
Savage said that Gingrich would look very bad when compared to Obama in the debates. Savage also said that if Gingrich loves America as much as he says he does, then he will want to do the best thing for the country.
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