Herman Cain's Libya Gaffe: Let's Examine The Video
I heard a lot about Herman Cain’s “Libya” video yesterday. It always works out like this; I’m in no position to sit down and watch a video, and everyone’s talking about it. I heard it was really bad, and the snippets I saw on the news made it look pretty bad also, so I was expecting a train wreck of epic proportions. Well, I hate to tell you, but I was disappointed. It wasn’t as much of a train wreck as I’d been led to believe. It was more like watching someone struggle to parallel park a car, so they circle the block in frustration, and then they find a new space has opened up just as they’ve come back around around the block. It was awkward and sad, but train wreck it was not. I actually felt compelled to annotate the video with my thoughts. Check it out below.
So that’s pretty much it. It looks like they woke him up on the bus, threw some clothes on him, and shoved him in the interview. He seems to be progressively waking up throughout the conversation, and by the halfway point, he seems to know what he’s doing. I don’t know about you, but it didn’t seem like that much of a train wreck upon viewing the whole video.
What do you guys think? Was he just sleepy? Was some “special” liquid in that bottle of “water”? Or was it a total flame-out train wreck, after all?
Let us know what you guys think in the comments below. And as always, resist we much.