Picture of the Day: Herman Cain's Encouragement Word Cloud

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For political candidates, anything constitutes an opportunity to raise money. For Herman Cain, that includes the string of allegations about sexual impropriety.

Cain's campaign is now soliciting notes of encouragement, and donations, on a Web page dedicated to reassuring the beleaguered candidate. The word cloud above, comprised of synomyms for "continue one's presidential campaign in the face of repeated accusations," adorns the top of the page.

Image credit: Friends of Herman Cain

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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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