News, but not the serious kind
You got STUFF twirling in your head?
Okay, I’m sorry, I can’t even begin to improve on this video clip.
In an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal, Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain is asked whether he agreed with President Obama on Libya.
After making sure we’re all talking about the same Libya, Cain says, “I do not agree with the way he handled it for the following reason.” Then, amazingly, he stops himself, waves his hand and says, “No, that’s a different one.”
Libya, Herman. It’s been in the news, I’m pretty sure.
After that, it gets worse. “I got all this stuff twirling around in my head,” Cain says.
Really? Because for a U.S. President, twirling head stuff could be a problem.
Yes, this is the same Herman Cain who said, “When people get on the Cain train, they don’t get off.”
And it’s the same Herman Cain who said he was going to “dial back” his campaign and media appearances in order to avoid missteps. Maybe he should have set the dial to zero.
Is this the same Republican candidate who declared at a recent debate that he planned to eliminate three government agencies but then could only remember two of them?
In the words of Herman Cain, “No, that’s a different one.”
Top: Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain pauses as he addresses a Northern Virginia Technology Council breakfast meeting in McLean, Virginia, November 2, 2011. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Right: Screen grabs from Milwaukee Journal Sentinal video