Herman Cain reportedly said on MSNBC that he would make an "unconventional" endorsement in the Republican race on Jan. 19, two days before the South Carolina primary. Naturally, that's led to a whole flurry of tweets as news hounds try to outdo one another in calling out just what that means. "Plans to endorse nine candidates," tweeted Bloomberg social media director Dan Fletcher. Maybe it will be Abraham Lincoln," chimed in comedian Todd Barry. Yahoo producer Mike Byhoff predicted it would be for "all the ladies out there." From what we can tell, however, it looks like Kentucky-based writer Phillip M. Bailey won the race to the most obvious quip: "Himself?"
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