First, there's the following item in which Cain said that he'd negotiate with terrorists, and then walked it back.
Cain said that he approved of an Israeli deal exchanging over a 1,000 Palestinian prisoners for one Israeli soldier, saying that as president, “I could see myself authorizing that kind of transfer.” Negotiating with terrorists flies in the face of years of American policy,and by the GOP president debate a few hours later, he recanted, saying he would “not negotiate with terrorists.” By the time the debate ended, Cain futher walked back initial comment, saying he “misspoke.”
But he continues to stand by his remarks that unemployed people should only blame themselves for not having a job even though there are 11 million more unemployed people than there are available jobs. And the Republican voters love him for it.
Disgusting. Absolutely disgusting. If there aren't enough jobs, who's fault is that? What would Herman Cain say to the 11 million people who can't find a job because there simply aren't any jobs for them? And what would he say to the people who have to take jobs that pay far less than they previously earned, thus sinking them deeper into debt, etc, etc? Let's hear it, funnyman.