So what's the best plan to counter bad press after flopping on a interview on foreign policy? Do the opposite of whatever Herman Cain is doing. When you make stumbling mistakes, you're suppose to let people forget not make it worse. Herman Cain later went to say that "We need a leader, not a reader." and later remarked that a president doesn't need to details about every country. But hey knowing about countries were having conflicts with helps. I also find it weird that an author (even though his books are more blatant propaganda than literature) is biased against reading.