Are Herman Cain's campaign commercials for real?
The spots for the Republican Presidential candidate resemble what you'd think were an SNL spoof of a Herman Cain ad ... like he can't believe he's leading national polls and actually running a serious campaign these days either.
Take this unintentional comedic gem, in which his Chief of Staff, Mark Block, gushes about candidate Cain and urges people to act on his behalf ... while lighting up a cigarette, as Krista Branch's "I Am America" blares in the background:
It's as if someone at Cain HQ is trying to cry out for help.
Please, vote for someone else. Running for President was fun while it lasted, but we weren't prepared for this kind of attention, and are in over our heads.
That, or it's a stroke of pure genius. We can't really tell.
Follow the jump for another of Cain's now famous campaign ads, "He Carried Yellow Flowers," as well as the official Herman Cain Train music video.
Yes, there is a Herman Cain music video. Watch: