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Candidate Cain

"Candidate Cain" Continued...

Issue: "Steve Jobs 1955-2011," Oct. 22, 2011

You've been debating other presidential candidates. Would you put any of them in your cabinet? Yes. I would respectfully request Speaker Gingrich to be secretary of State. ... I would ask Mitt Romney to consider two jobs: chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors or Treasury secretary. I would give Paul Ryan those same two options also. Representative Michele Bachmann-yes, I could see her being in a Herman Cain cabinet, but I haven't figured out what position yet. I have a lot of respect for her.

You've talked about S.I.N. among liberals-shift the subject, ignore the facts, name-calling. Do you ever see S.I.N. among conservatives? That's deep, doc. Not all conservatives are created equal so there are some that will try shift the subject and ignore the facts-but you don't have a lot of name-calling coming from conservatives like we have coming from liberals.

I'll go deeper. What difference does it make whether a person believes in evolution or a person believes that God created the world? None. I happen to be a believer, and I believe that God created the world.... My faith I put right front and center. And I won't apologize for it. I realize there are some people who do not share my faith; that's why this country was created. So to try to make an issue out of "Do you believe what's in the Bible about God creating the earth and universe vs. the evolutionary theory?"-I don't think that's relevant to turning this economy around and protecting this nation.

Listen to a report on Herman Cain from the Oct. 15 edition of the radio program The World and Everything in It.

Marvin Olasky
Marvin Olasky

Marvin is editor in chief of WORLD News Group and the author of more than 20 books, including The Tragedy of American Compassion. Follow Marvin on Twitter @MarvinOlasky.

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