Herman Cain Can’t ‘Imagine’ a World with No Pizza
Every election cycle brings its share of cooky revelations and oddball antics. (Remember Howard Dean’s ‘scream heard ’round the world’?) This year is no different; the GOP debates have provided endless fodder for late night talk shows and produced some bona-fide weirdos. Why does Ron Paul always seem like an angry grandpa? Is Mitt Romney really a robot? Are Rick Perry’s shoe size and IQ the same number? While all valid questions, no one has been more entertaining than GOP presidential hopeful and former chairman and CEO of Godfather’s Pizza Herman Cain. From using the word “kajillionaire” in a speech about economic policy to proposing an electrified fence along the Mexican/American border, he’s proven he is quite happy to continue to ride the crazy train. As if that’s not enough, the man refers to himself as “Black Walnut”.
Just when the world thought Herman Cain’s story couldn’t get any crazier–surprise, surprise–an old video surfaced of him doing a gospel rendition of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’. Doesn’t sound so bad, right? It wouldn’t have been so bad if he hadn’t changed the words to make the song an ode to pizza. See the
disaster video for yourself: