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In an unprecedented gesture that has sent official Washington buzzing with the audacity of his latest move, GOP front-runner Herman Cain has announced his cabinet should he become President of the United States.  

We recently learned that  Herman Cain's chief economic advisor is Richard Lowrie Jr. a Wells Fargo Advisor in Pepper Pike, Ohio.  Lowrie is the chief architect of the  9-9-9 Cain tax proposal.

Herman Cain has decided that the voters should know exactly what kind of team he will assemble if  elected president.

Secretary of State:  Cheryl Frumkin, a mother of four teenagers and currently Cain's Travel Agent at the Peachtree Travel Agency in Atlanta.  

Secretary of the Treasury:  Richard Lowrie Jr. (see above)

Secretary of Defense:  Michael Griffin, troop leader of Cub Scout local #843 in Poughkeepsie, NY.  Griffin was a top Godfather's Pizza maker when Cain first met him in 1993.

Attorney General:  Ed Mihaluck,  represented Cain in a 1994 small claims litigation in Macon County, Georgia.  

Secretary of Health and Human Services:  Michelle Garcia, currently Herman Cain's family dentist.  Board Certified.

Cain has said that he will announce more members of his prospective cabinet ahead of next week's Republican debate.  Developing.

Feel free to add your own cabinet picks for his other cabinet positions.

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