One day after President Obama slammed Republican presidential candidates for refusing to intervene when audience members at a GOP debate booed a question from a gay solider in Iraq, Herman Cain claimed that "maybe" the crowd was jeering the repeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell".
"In the heat of a debate, [y]ou have exactly 60 seconds to answer any question, you know, taking that time to try and figure out why they were booing," the Black Republican presidential candidate told Cristiane Amanpour on ABC's This Week. "I happen to think that maybe they were booing the whole "Don't ask, Don't tell" repeal more so than booing that soldier. But we didn't know that."
This is the GOP's best talking point more than one week after the debate?
If Herman Cain wants to become president, he may have to learn to multi-task and make quick decisions. Surely he's mastered that after being a successful CEO. Or "maybe" not. Watch the clip WHEN YOU JUMP ...