Like his campaign strategy, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain's new Web ad is, well, different.
The 56-second ad features a series of close-up shots of Cain's chief of staff, Mark Block, explaining why he decided to work for the candidate. As the spot wraps, Block takes a long drag on a cigarette and an image of a smiling Cain appears on the screen. The Krista Branch song "I am America" plays in the background.
"I really believe that Herman Cain will put 'united' back in the United States of America," Block says. "And if I didn't believe that, I wouldn't be here."
"We've run a campaign like no one's ever seen," he adds.
The Daily Caller's Alex Pappas recently profiled Block, a veteran GOP aide who was once "banned from politics in Wisconsin" for violating election law and who reportedly "talked Herman Cain into running for president" in the first place.
The campaign first posted the ad on Oct. 19, but it was not discovered until nowRead More »from Cain’s unorthodox web ad