Where’s Herman Cain?

20 Jan

Let’s go back to the 9th of January.

Herman Cain had pulled out of the GOP presidential nomination race because he apparently couldn’t keep his hands to himself or his zipper up.

He held a press conference to say, “I’m going to make an endorsement the Tuesday before the South Carolina primary, but let me warn you, it will be an unconventional endorsement. Underscore the word unconventional.”

The Tuesday before the South Carolina primary was three days ago.
We’ve been watching and waiting.

And it finally happened.

Live from Charleston, South Carolina:
“Here is my unconventional endorsement. Not a candidate seeking the nomination, not someone that’s not running. My unconventional endorsement is the people. We the people of this nation are still in charge.”

That’s it?

Well, not really.
He also said he would eventually endorse an actual candidate … just not yet.

“If I make an endorsement of a specific candidate right now, it might split my support. I want my people and my supporters to remain inspired.”

Herman is having something of a Sarah Palin moment.


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