The latest announcement from the bizarro world of Kasich-Hickenlooper is that the dynamicish non-duo Monday “reached “an agreement on a bipartisan proposal to stabilize ObamaCare markets.”

The details are still hush-hush, reports some Washington journalists who apparently have nothing more exciting to write about.

They won’t share the secret details that no one cares about until they can find other governors who wish to share the brief limelight with them in the big reveal. Which, by the way, Kasich insists has nothing to do with their non-race for the White House in 2020.

“Look, Kasich-Hickenlooper, first of all, you couldn’t pronounce it and second of all, you couldn’t fit it on a bumper sticker,” Kasich, a Republican, told NBC’s Chuck Todd on “Meet The Press” Sunday morning.”

That’s not a denial,” Todd retorted.

Kasich came back with a more straightforward response: “The answer is no.”

But “no” to what? Running as an independent? Running with Hickenlooper? Running in 2020?

Perhaps Kasich is correct, they have no intention on teaming up to run together for future office. Maybe they just don’t have enough duties as governors right now to stay busy. Or they are just really enjoying all of the media attention this brings them.