Radio show host Stephanie Miller has promised to french kiss Fred Karger if he appears at a GOP debate and blasts Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann with Lady Gaga's gay anthem Born This Way.

During his appearance on The Stephanie Miller Show's Thursday broadcast, Miller pleaded with America's first openly gay presidential candidate to “come home to the Democratic Party.”

“All I'm saying is come home, Fred, come home to the Democratic Party,” Miller said. “For God's sake stop this now. Stop spinning on your back and come home.”

Karger reminded Miller that repeal of “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” wouldn't have cleared the Senate without the help of Republicans.

“We would not have repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' if it weren't for eight courageous Republican Senators and fifteen who overrode [House Speaker John] Boehner,” Karger responded. “So, I'm not giving up. I'm 61. I've been fighting this party my whole life. I'm not giving up now.”

When Karger, who has filed a complaint against Fox News for not including him in the Ames, Iowa debate, said he was running for president to show young gay people that they can do anything, Miller promised to french kiss Karger if he appeared at a GOP debate and jabbed Bachmann.

“God, Fred, I am so hoping and praying that you get in that next debate and I swear to God that if you bring a boom-box and turn on baby I was Born This Way and just wave [inaudible] in front of Michele Bachmann, I will french kiss you.” (The audio is embedded in the right panel of this page.)