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Herman Cain Doesn't Like "Sissy" Pizza

Herman Cain Doesn't Like "Sissy" Pizza


Pizza mogul and Republican presidential frontrunner Herman Cain says there's "manly" pizza, and "sissy" pizza. And it all comes down to how much meat is piled on top.

In an interview with GQ, Cain decries any adherence to political correctness and then uses a term that will probably offend.

"When you learn how to be politically correct, you sound like all of the other politicians," he told GQ. "People like my directness and my bluntness. What happens when you become so worried about being politically correct, you find yourself not saying anything. Because you're trying to offend the least number of people. I'm trying to attract the greatest number of people. Different strategy."

Over a pizza lunch, Cain offered his take on what makes a "manly" pizza. The use of sausage was high on his list. But vegetables were "sissy" pizza.

"I'm very particular about the pizza that I eat," he explained, saying men want a harmony of "abundance" and "taste."

"What can you tell about a man by the type of pizza that he likes?" asked reporter Chris Heath.

"The more toppings a man has on his pizza, I believe the more manly he is," Cain declared. "Because the more manly man is not afraid of abundance," he added with a laugh.

"A manly man don't want it piled high with vegetables! He would call that a sissy pizza," Cain said.

Of the pizzas on his table, his favorite was covered in sausage, salami, capocollo, red peppers, portobello, and red onions.

"Now that's a manly-looking pizza!!"
he said.

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