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Stephen Colbert Supports Herman Cain Via Rhyme for His Campaign Ads (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 13th 2011 4:32AM
Herman Cain, 'The Colbert Report'If we learned anything from the O.J. Simpson trial, it's that rhyming is very effective. If it's catchy enough, it'll stay with us forever. So it's no surprise that Stephen Colbert is on board the Herman Cain train after seeing a rhyming commercial for the Republic presidential candidate on 'The Colbert Report' (Weeknights, 11:30PM ET on Comedy Central).

"When it comes to a presidential candidate, I look first for an easily rhymed name," Colbert explained. He then went on to show us just how effectively Cain's name could be rhymed.

"I am insane in the membrane for Herman Cain. He's hotter than propane, though he could use some Rogaine. It is Herman for sure, man. He drinks tequila and leaves the worm in. The other candidates are squirmin.' I've determined he's not German."

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Jon Stewart Says Herman Cain Does Not Like to Read (VIDEO)

by Catherine Lawson, posted Jun 10th 2011 8:45AM
New Herman Cain slogan?Herman Cain, successful businessman and candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination, has an interesting suggestion for speeding up the legislative process: "Small bills." In his opinion, only bills of three pages or less should be allowed.

'The Daily Show' (Weeknights, 11PM ET on Comedy Central) host Jon Stewart took this to mean that Cain is anti-reading. Having chastised him for offering "real solutions to fictional issues," Stewart played a clip in which Cain advanced his idea for short bills.

Referring to a bill that was allegedly 2,700 pages long, Cain said "You and I didn't have time to read it. We're too busy trying to live." Stewart carried on with the theme, saying that if Cain's elected as President everything will have to be shorter: "Treaties will have to fit on the back of a cereal box ... The State of the Union Address will be delivered in the form of a fortune cookie."

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