Watch: Asked About Libya, Cain Stays on Message

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Republican presidential contender Herman Cain addresses an audience at AEI(American Enterprise Institute) for Public Policy Research on October 31, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Getty)

Presidential hopeful Herman Cain isn't going to be tricked into any more embarrassing Libya flubs.

Fresh off a week in which his painful and bizarre response to a basic question about the crisis in Libya raised questions about whether the "I'm a leader, not a reader" candidate is, well, either, Cain has learned an important lesson in politician-ship one-oh-one: Stay on message. Whether you're sipping coffee with Cubans and discussing nueve-nueve-nueve or fleeing reporters who want to know about the strength of your foreign policy position, the answer is the same:




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Suggested campaign song:

"Don't know much about history
Don't know much biology
Don't know much about a science book
Don't know much about the french I took"

Sam Cooke - Wonderful World

Nov. 19 2011 01:01 PM

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