Thursday, March 1, 2012
Herman Cain says no animals were harmed in the making of this video, but that still doesn’t explain this thing:
This man actually led in polls.
I miss him so much.
Imagine there’s no goldfish…….
Is that kid stoned?
Yet another sideshow freak in the GOP circus. Maybe Cain can dust Levi Johnston off and bring him out for his next message.
Are Godfather’s pizzas laced with LSD??
Murder(?) of a goldfish? I thought that was reserved for the premeditated killing of one human by another.
Maybe you should be a lawyer for PETA!
Yes, little girl, it turns out I actually do have some questions. Let’s begin.
1. What the hell were these people smoking?
Maybe not. But I’ll bet she shows up to Girl Scout Troop meetings.
First: I don’t think Cain understands what “harming” animals means… “Naw, we just suffocated it for awhile. Probably multiple times to get the right shots.”
“Yes, we broke that dogs legs to make a point, but we put them in a cast afterwards, so no harm was done.”
Second; WT Holy F?
So they really couldn’t find a kid that knows how to pronounce words? My 3-year-old talks better than this.
Fish are not animals. The 1988 movie The Bear displayed the standard disclaimer that “No animals were harmed filming this movie.”
I’m certain the actor bears in the movie were eating real fish in one scene.
I’ve always wondered how those fish felt about that.
This man was the actually frontrunner at one point……Jesus.
I think I get it. Without the stimulus the goldfish would have scooped the water back into the tank and hoped back in and everything would be fine now.
Those were stunt fish.
@michael reynolds: Close inspection of Herman’s attempt at cinema verite reveals 4 or 5 cuts. This could be several stunt fish Mr. Cain had to hire to satisfy the work rules of the Goldfish Guild.
I’m actually kind of impressed – riffing off Faith No More’s Epic video.
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