Posted by | November 14, 2011 17:45 | Filed under: Top Stories

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel interviewed Herman Cain about Libya, among other things. It didn’t go well.

When asked his thoughts on the president’s policy during an interview with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, he leaned back and appeared to search for an answer: “O.K., Libya.”

“President Obama supported the uprising, correct? President Obama called for the removal of Qaddafi — just want to make sure we’re talking about the same thing before I say ‘Yes, I agree,’ or ‘No, I didn’t agree.’”. . .

“I’ve got all this stuff twirling around in my head,” he said.

On collective bargaining Cain tried to have it both ways.

On Monday, he told the Journal-Sentinel that he supports collective bargaining rights for public workers.

“But not collective hijacking,” he added. What I mean by that, if they have gotten so much for so many years and it’s going to bankrupt the state, I don’t think that’s good. It appears that in some instances, they really don’t care.”

However, as the paper noted, Mr. Cain said last month that he was “right in the corner of Gov. Scott Walker 100 percent.”

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