This past week has been very tough on Herman Cain, because he has had to starve off allegations of sexual harassment during his tenure as head of the National Restaurant Association and hasn't been able to build on recent momentum. I have absolutely no idea what happened over ten years ago, but it means nothing when it comes my opposition of his campaign.
I oppose Mr. Cain not for the color of his skin, but because of the content of his character, which is woefully uneducated on foreign policy and, apparently, even though much has been made of said inability, has been unable, or unwilling, to do anything about it. He doesn't sit down and study Uzbekistan during campaign trips, he mocks knowledge about the nation.
He doesn't consider what his policy on Afghanistan would be, he tosses the question up to unknown advisers in the Cain White House. And he didn't stand with America's right to hunt down and eliminate al-Awlaki... he opposed it in the summer and celebrated it in the fall. Flip-flopping faster then Senator John Kerry in sandals.
Before people support Herman Cain, they shouldn't read the Politico story and guess whether it's true or not, they should examine his foreign policy experience, or lack thereof, and statements, then decide whether Cain is really able to serve as President of the United States. But we wouldn't have this problem if he just schooled himself for a couple of weeks...
What say you?