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Topic - Daniel Henninger
Instead of rigorously vetted candidates, he says, "we get mysterious candidates who have wandered in from Nowhere Land or obscure state-senate offices."
Dan Henninger, the deputy editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page, argues that Mr. Cain's business acumen makes him a plausible alternative to the original menu of Republican presidential candidates.