Herman Cain has endorsed Newt Gingrich for President and in typical Herman Cain style he could not resist saying something stupidly pizza related:
Here are the facts, no one says sausage grinder. The colloquial term is meat grinder. But for some reason Herman Cain decided to specifically call politics a ‘sausage-grinder’. And he didn’t just say this once…he said this three times in the span of 20 words. That had to have been a deliberate choice. Even if you work in a sausage factory you probably don’t say sausage-grinder at the obscene rate applied in Cain’s endorsement.
So why did he make the decision to say sausage-grinder? The most obvious reason is sexual innuendo. The one thing Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich have in common (besides being future Republican Primary drop-outs) is that they have both been hammered by the media due to their promiscuous and varied sexual pasts. When Cain says ‘I know what the sausage-grinder is all about’ there’s a good chance he was being more specific in his analogy than most would like to hear.
The second reason is subliminal advertising. In addition to being a self-aggrandizing power trip, Herman Cain’s succinct political career was also a free-of-charge publicity tour for Godfather’s Pizza. Is Herman Cain a bumbling, sex-addicted, failed politician or is he demented, evil, super-genius pizza man? Perhaps the Gingrich endorsement was just one more way to get some free air time in order to fill the public’s mind with ideas of delicious freshly-ground sausage.
The third reason is demons. We all know the old Italian legend: If you say sausage-grinder three times in the mirror during a political endorsement a kielbasa demon will emerge and grant you three sausage-related wishes. Of course, this didn’t happen, but it could have been Cain’s only shot at realizing his dream to hold a sausage monopoly.
Whatever the reason, one thing is certain, Herman Cain is now endorsing Newt Gingrich. Which means we’re one step closer to having the most sexually deviant Presidential ticket in the history of the sausage-grinder known as America.