In an interview with Newsmax magazine earlier this week, Newt Gingrich announced that — if he should win the Republican nomination (which, by the way, is not the smallest if in the world, though it is considerably smaller than it was last week) — he would consider a Gingrich-Cain ticket to be "a real possibility."
And yes, in case you're wondering, I am talking about the Herman Cain. The one whose new catchphrase is — in actuality; totally not joking here — "We need a leader, not a reader." Not some other different Herman Cain who knows things or is at least slightly ashamed of his ignorance. Nope, the regular ol' Libya-not-knowing-anything-about, sexual-harassment-allegations-having, 999-repeating dude whom conservatives can't stop loving.
And, you know, if Cain's not available or uninterested for any reason, I'm sure Sarah Palin's schedule is pretty free.
After that, if Newt wants to maintain his integrity as a serious politician, he's gonna have to start romancing cast members from Jersey Shore.
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Tags: Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Primaries, Republicans, Veepstakes