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CAIN WILLING TO TAKE LIE DETECTOR TEST AS LONG ALL QUESTIONS ARE ON PIZZA RELATED TOPICS

Herman Cain, candidate for president election 2012 yelling at a squirrel from a distance.

“I have absolutely nothing to hide. I will answer any question, any time, anywhere…as long as they are about garlic, pepperoni and cheesy-bread,” said Cain.

While these are coincidentally the same topics that Newt Gingrich and Chris Christie enjoy talking about, neither of these candidates have completely ruled out all other non-food related topics.

Cain continued, “I’m trying to save America and here you are asking me about silly things like, policies, economics, government and what-not. Why if I had a nickel for the last 10 times I heard such silly questions I’d have at least a trillion dollars.”

Cain then scowled at the audience for ten minutes of awkward silence, followed by yelling, “You think I’m dumb boi!?” and then scurried off into a back alley.

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One thought on “CAIN WILLING TO TAKE LIE DETECTOR TEST AS LONG ALL QUESTIONS ARE ON PIZZA RELATED TOPICS

  1. This is simple. Cain is not presidential material.

    Posted by fluffy | November 15, 2011, 12:06 pm

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