03/07/2011 07:08 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Newt Gingrich Acknowledges That He Royally Confused Everyone With Last Week's 'Campaign Announcements'

In some important self-awareness news, vague presidential aspirant Newt Gingrich is apparently cognizant of the fact that his campaign badly "bobbled" the planned rollout of the next step in his believed-to-be-a-campaign for the White House. Gingrich now joins the ranks of everyone else who attempted to follow the conflicting and confusing noises his campaign last week, who already knew that it had been badly bobbled.

"It led to unfortunate confusion," Gingrich said. "I wish we had been a little more structured last week. But I don't take it as a very serious problem. We do many, many things, and most of them reasonably well."

Perhaps the Gingrich camp will publicly demonstrate one of these things they do "reasonably well" one of these days, even if it's just, say, making a ham sandwich.

Gingrich went on to add that one of the problems his campaign faced last week is that, "We live in an age of 24/7 constant surveillance of really smart people," which I think is maybe a plug for "The Adjustment Bureau", or something?

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