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It’s no secret that Herman Cain is not exactly modelling his campaign after the accepted, tried (and sometimes true) routines that most presidential campaigns rely on, and much of this morning’s New York Times story is just another reiteration of how the campaign is not well-organized. But there’s one curious nugget in the piece:

And then there was that e-mail to the staff about traveling in a car with Mr. Cain: “Do not speak to him unless you are spoken to,” the memo said.

Candidates’ time and energy are valuable commodities, of course, But it’d be interesting to know if any of other candidates have similar rules. 



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