When a bid for the presidency fails, the typical politician can roll over any leftover campaign donations to efforts to maintain a seat in Congress or place at the governor's mansion. But Herman Cain is not your typical politician, as the voters were often reminded; he's a businessman.
Twenty-first century politics, too, is a big business, and the political novice's months-long flirtation with the presidency leaves him with potentially millions of voters' dollars he could spend with few limitations for years to come.
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