Gingrich Reaches Out to Conservatives

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By Barry Hussein, IOWA – Moving his arm and stretching it away from his body, 2012 U.S. Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich reached out to conservatives this week, touching many in places they hadn’t been touched before.

“There’s this place, on the body – I had to look it up in an encyclopedia,” ejaculated Mintner Rowe, 56, a man dressed in an inexpensive dark brown suit. “That’s where Gingrich applied the cocoa body oil,” he went on.

Gingrich’s campaign spokesperson Baron Shack, 23, confirmed Newt will be randomly poking, caressing, stroking and goosing conservatives whenever he gets the chance.

“If you’re not up for it, I’d suggest standing a few steps back from the candidate,” Shack advised. “If you’re sitting next to him on a bus or a plane, you could move one seat over,” he went on.

What if I’m stuck next to him on a crowded elevator?

“You could crouch down.”

Is Mr. Gingrich also planning to reach out to liberals?

“No, he doesn’t like the cut of their jib.”

How ’bout those guys who dress like they’re in Gap ads?

Unnamed sources within the Gingrich camp say the issue has divided advisors, with some insisting anyone who dresses smartly and spends a lot on their jeans is a de facto conservative, and others, perhaps predictably, saying, no-no-no-no, but wait, hold on a minute here, bro’, my nephew Chas wears those Julian Assange jeans and he’s down their at that Occupy Wall Street thingy, and therefore, we’ll just never, ever know who’s on our side or not.

“Yes, there is this division within Gingrich’s campaign – over how to even deal with the whole idea of what is a conservative, really,” ejaculated Lauren Jauet, 46, who is writing a book about conservatives, `What Is the Whole Idea of What is a Conservative, Really?`.

OK, so whut kinda ideas people be talkin’ ’bout?

“Well, for example, they been talkin’ ’bout that, y’know, even this whole debate over trying to define something, y’know, is this in and of itself, just wasting more time?”

Huh.

“Yeah, and like, why not just send Newt out there touching – sorry – reaching out – to everyone first, and then later go back and count up the number of conservatives he actually touched – reached out to.”

What?

“They’re saying it’s hard to figure out who’s conservative and who’s not.”

Maybe they should just have Newt touch everybody first and figure that out later.

“Yeah…”

Isn’t Newt too old to be President?

“Well…”

He looks so old…

“Well, there are lots of people older than him…”

Like who? Santa?

“The Queen is older – and she still does a pretty good job.”

That’s right. And the Queen Mum is older, too.

“Right – and look at her go.”

Huh. Where can I vote for Newt Gingrich?

“Oh – ho, ho, ho. I don’t think you can. I mean, the election’s not even on yet. Plus, you live in Japan.”

That’s too bad. I just wanted this story to have a happy ending.

“I guess you can’t just tack one on.”

Why are you laughing?

About Barry Husein

A ferocious intellect, Barry Hussein is not for everybody. Twisting and frugging the nite away, Hussein entices us to sniff his mink sweatpants. Covered in cake, he muses, "Sometimes the hardest sweatpants to fill...are your own."
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2 Responses to Gingrich Reaches Out to Conservatives

  1. italy rules baby says:

    yeh-yeh-yeh-yeh-yeh.
    listen, here’s the breakdown of the ages of the folks running to govern the free world:
    former Munster Herman Cain, 65
    Ron Paul, 76
    Mitt Romney, 64
    Newt Gingrich, 68
    Rick Perry, 61
    Barbara Bachmann, 55.
    The rest are too young.

  2. nagrek horn says:

    where can i go get in line to have newt touch my body? the article doesn’t provide real, hearty info your readers can apply to their endless lives. make it right.

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