He’s baaaaack. Ripping a page directly out of Sarah Palin’s playbook, Herman Cain is launching a quasi-campaign tour in a bus with a giant picture of his face on the side, he announced yesterday in an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News. Cain says the road trip is part of his new "Solutions Revolution" movement, in which he’ll barnstorm for his various policy ideas. First up? You guessed it: 9-9-9.
"The thing that didn’t happen in Iowa … is not enough is discussed about solutions," Cain said. "We’re gonna make the solutions the star." He intends to pressure congressional candidates to pledge support for 9-9-9, and his other policy "solutions," before the election. Cain also said that he’d endorse a GOP presidential contender if they "totally endorse" 9-9-9, his energy plan, and his "sound money" plan. "What about 8-8-8?" Hannity quipped. "8-8-8 wouldn’t work," Cain said, "Not enough money!" More at CainConnections.com. (Read more Herman Cain 2012 stories.)