Herman Cain, of all people, suggests that folks who voted for Obama are ignorant
Fox News, having recently fired Sarah Palin and Dick Morris, has filled one of the holes thereby created in its lineup of pundits by hiring Herman Cain (as if that’s some kind of step up).
Cain started his new job last night with an appearance on Bill O’Reilly’s show, where he SAID that the 51 percent of American voters who cast ballots this past November for President Obama reflect what Cain called the nation’s “severe ignorance problem.”
Steve Benen puts Cain’s delusions of intellectual superiority in perspective HERE:
Herman Cain is entitled to believe whatever he pleases. We are, however, talking about a guy who doesn’t know China has nuclear weapons. He said the U.S. can’t launch a military strike against Iran because it’s “very mountainous.” He thinks “Cuban” is a language. Asked about an international military conflict in Libya, he said, “I got all this stuff twirling around in my head.” Asked about foreign heads of state, he said he doesn’t care who “the president of Ubeki-beki-beki-beki-stan-stan” is.