Who doesn't believe he's on the Eve of Destruction?
Herman Cain, that is. In his press conference yesterday, he refuted or denied some things that are laughably easy to verify. I was discussing with my blogger pals last night what happens when that happens. It's pretty obvious, really. William Saletan at Slate laid it out very well today: Cain's campaign becomes a smoking crater.
Saletan makes the point that you can lie about a lot of stuff in a campaign (obviously). But you cannot lie about things that are easily proven. When you do, you have no credibility left on the core issues.
Herman Cain has taken a "he said/she said" situation and proven, out of his own mouth, why no one should believe him.
Absolutely monumental stupidity.