I'm listening to Herman Cain being interviewed by Lawrence O' Donnell. Don't exactly agree with all he says but I do like that he is pretty much forthrightly answering the questions. Seeing some honesty at least.
Huh. I saw most of that interview and I didn't think Cain was being forthright at all. He seemed to only want to push the discussion to the easy, rah-rah lines ("I'm working to improve the economy!"), and when really pressed just said, "Next question, please."
I think he at least tried to engage the question, instead of ignoring it and talking about whatever he wanted to say, as most politicians do.
"one of the things we love about Cain is that there is no filter between the brain and the mouth. He just tells you what he thinks, even if he doesn’t know what he’s talking about." Source Steven PerlsteinSteven Perlstein's wonderful analysis in Friday's Washington Post is covered here in short under the headline:Hermanomics 101: No Health Care, No Incentives, No Minimum Wagehttp://crooksandliars.com/karoli/hermanomics-101-no-health-care-no-incentive
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