Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Bizarre Herman Cain TV Ad, What Was He Thinking?

Is it just me, or is this Herman Cain campaign ad totally bizarre? Why is Herman Cain's campaign advisor in the ad and not Herman Cain? Who care's if a campaign manager supports their boss? Are people going to think, "Oh, wow, Mark Block supports Herman Cain, I think I'll vote for him!" Does anyone even know who Mark Block is? And, most importantly, why is his mustache lop-sided?

When I first heard about his 9-9-9 plan I thought it was an interesting idea, but it seems that's all he will really talk about. When he is asked about anything other than taxation, things start getting a little weird. It's hard to to tell what he really thinks about something, as this article illustrates.

Is this campaign all about selling his book?

Who wants an ex-fed man anyway? Aren't they the ones who had a little something to do with our poor economy?

UPDATE: Jon Huntsman's Daughters Spoof Herman Cain's Ad

I thought this was pretty good.


  1. what the heck? mr. block needs to work on his enunciation - he sounds almost drunk! and what's with the cigarette at the end?

    agreed - bizarre ad!

  2. I was just reading a forum where they were talking about the possibility that Cain purposefuly made the ad weird so it would become viral and so news organizations would pick up for free. Interesting idea and if that's what he did its working.