Herman Cain Won’t Take Questions Longer Than Three Seconds

Back in May, former pizza executive and current Republican presidential frontrunner Herman Cain was confronted by a voter over his support for the 2008 TARP bailout. When the voter attempted to ask, “How do you feel about the money going to Libya and China and foreign banks?” Cain shot back, “That’s too long of a question to answer!” Watch it (relevant portion begins at 0:46):

Cain’s penchant for brevity is not just restricted to constituents’ questions. The following month, Cain told voters in Iowa that if he were elected president, he would not sign a bill longer than three pages.