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Herman Cain, The 4th Godfather, and well known radio host had some harsh words for the administration when it came to the exchange of prisoners this week.  

“It appears the administration did not do its homework,” Herman Cain said Tuesday. “It turns out that this an attempt to make it appear that the administration was doing something wonderful … but it looks again like they didn’t do their homework.”
Strong words from the time traveling pizza patriarch.

Cain, as we know, does not listen to polls, and does not pay attention to the media machine around him.  He is an independent straight shooter, and he's telling it like it is to the lamestream media, amirite? imrite.  

Witness his strong words of condemnation from 2011 where he is heavily critical of the very idea of... um.. not dealing with terrorists in uneven prisoner swaps?  


BLITZER: Imagine if you were President – we’re almost out of time – uh, and there were one American soldier who’d been held for years, and the demand was, al Qaeda or some other terrorist group, you– ya gotta free everybody at Guantanamo Bay– several hundred prisoners at Guantanam– could you see yourself as President authorizing that kind of transfer?

    CAIN: I could see myself authorizing that kind of transfer.

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