Herman Cain’s Monday in Washington

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  1. Submitted by Bill Schletzer on 11/01/2011 - 10:28 am.

    The progression of Cain responses brings to mind a personal story. My then 15-year old skateboarding step son had started to smoke. Here over the course of several days were his excuses to his mom:

    Day 1: I’ve never smoked, my friends don’t smoke. Why are you always hounding me about this? Because you used to smoke? Because you hate skateboarders?

    Day 2: I was standing near a guy who was smoking and that’s why my clothes smell, but I never saw this guy before.

    Day 3: OK, My clothes smell today because I was talking to a guy who was smoking and, yes, I knew him.

    Day 4: I may have had a puff or two off a guy’s cigarette.

    Day 5: OK, you caught me but that was the first cigarette I’ve ever smoked.

    Day 6: I don’t know how that pack of smokes got in my underwear drawer.

    Day 7: I can’t smoke if I want to and you can’t stop me. I’m gonna go live with Dad.

  2. Submitted by Paul Brandon on 11/02/2011 - 07:04 pm.

    Sounds like Homer Simpson

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