Any Questions?: The Evolution of Herman Cain Ads

A series of Herman-Cain-sponsored anti-stimulus ads that confuse your senses and make you want to walk away from your computer, send an email to PETA, or take a bath with a toaster and end it all.

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Posted on 4/25/2012

Since early 2012, Herman Cain has started releasing videos that explain his beef with President Obama's stimulus, through the use of shockingly deep metaphor, the likes of which would earn you atleast a B in your 3rd-grade english class.

 

The first video that caught everyone's eye involves the miserable death of a pet fish.

Hermain Cain states that "in essence, stimulus has been just like throwing a bucket of water on a fish and expecting him to swim on land."

 

The second video in the series makes you think that Herman Cain is actually a comedian that has just f***ing around with us for the past year.

In his words: "The rabbit is fine but our current tax code is killing small business! The current tax code allows the Government to pick winners and losers by doling out favors and dividing the country with class warfare."

However, the most recent video reminds us that, no, Herman Cain isn't an Andy-Kauffmanesque genius comedian; he's just a hilarious, crazy, borderline-demented politician who doesn't no when to just go away.

 

 

 

Via SickOfStimulus.com

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