Thursday, September 20, 2007

Me Too!

WASHINGTON (AP) - Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says he still might run for president if supporters will pledge $30 million by November.

"You can't bring all your good ideas if you don't have the resources to communicate," Gingrich told reporters Thursday at a breakfast in Washington.

Gingrich is holding a national Internet-based workshop next week. Afterward, his top political adviser, Randy Evans, will spend October seeing if he can generate pledges of $30 million, which Gingrich said would be needed to compete with the leader in the GOP presidential money chase, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

That is a great idea so listen up. If the loyal readers of Hillbilly White Trash will give me 30 million dollars by November I'll run for president too.

I'll even promise to spend some of the 30 million on my campaign.