Mitt Romney Tells Michele Bachmann to Shut Her Trap

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 17 September 2012

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Michele Bachmann joking around after one of the GOP political debates. (Photo by Ron Paul).

NEW YORK CITY - Mitt Romney was in the Big Apple being interviewed by radio station KREP talk show host Tulips Fibbowitz.

Miss Fibbowitz, who is not the least bit shy, asked him just exactly how much money he's worth.

Romney nodded his head and told her that what he is worth is none of her business no more than his wife Ann's bra size is.

Fibbowitz told the Hairdo Dude that she heard that Ann wears a 36-B bra. And added that she had attained the info from the site www.politicalwivestatasize.tat.

"Old Mittens" shook his head and muttered that it was not right that someone can just put that information out for everyone to see.

He was told that he has been in the political arena long enough to know that in the world of politics everything goes.

Romney was asked to comment on Michele Bachmann's recent remark that President Obama is a much better conversationalist that he is.

The former governor of Massachusetts cleared his throat and informed Miss Fibbowitz that when he heard old "Hair Spray" Bachmann make that remark to a crowd in the parking lot of a Burger Mistress Bar & Grill in Minneapolis he immediately texted her and told her to shut her trap.

When asked what Bachmann replied to his message Romney giggled and said that she texted back for him to do something to himself that is virtually impossible.

In Sports News. There is talk that the Boston Red Sox could be purchased by England's Manchester United.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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