Newt Gingrich won’t drop out of the Republican primary, but his campaign bounced a check to get on the ballot in Utah, his think tank declared bankruptcy and Michael Shure talked to a small business owner from Las Vegas who’s owed $7,500 from the Gingrich campaign.
“I’ll try to scrape some money together to get you paid,” Larry Scheffler says Gingrich personally told him.
Still, Scheffler says, “Even if I don’t collect it, I still would have to vote for him if he’s the Republican nominee over President Obama.”
Cenk and Michael talk about the GOP’s bait and switch on being “job creators.” Cenk says, “It’s as if Republicans said, ‘Okay, what do we suck at? Now let me accuse liberals of that — and we’ll hope that nobody every finds out the facts.’”