New Orleans is a magical party town where you can cut loose and pretend to be someone else. A place where a modest librarian from Des Moins goes to chug drinks and flash her breasts at strangers, or where rival Republican candidates go to meet in motel rooms and pretend they never called each other a liar or a disgrace…
Mr. Gingrich, responding to questions from The Washington Times, did not deny the meeting, but explicitly said he hasn’t been offered a position in a potential Romney administration in exchange for dropping out.
Nor, he said, is there a deal to have Mr. Romney’s big donors help retire Mr. Gingrich’s campaign debt of more than $1 million.
"There is no agreement of any kind, and I plan to go all the way to Tampa," Mr. Gingrich said, referring to the August GOP presidential nominating convention in Florida.
Poor Gingrich. He may have put on a mask of civility and paraded around in front of Romney, but he didn't get the beaded necklace (or even enough money to fill the hole his sugar daddy just left in his freedom pumper, AKA heart/bank account).
Maybe he didn't show enough skin, or maybe Romney is saving his beads to throw at someone else.
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