Herman Cain on Technology
Republican Businessman & Talk-Show Host
CAIN: Having been a ballistics analyst and a computer scientist early in my career, cyber-attacks: that's something that we do not talk enough about, and I happen to believe that that is a national security area that we do need to be concerned about.
GINGRICH: I helped create the Hart-Rudman Commission with President Clinton, and they came back after three years and said the greatest threat to the United States was the weapon of mass destruction in an American city, probably from a terrorist. That was before 9/11. That's one of the three great threats. The second is an electromagnetic pulse attack which would literally destroy the country's capacity to function. And the third, as Herman just said, is a cyber attack. All three of those are outside the current capacity of our system to deal with.
CAIN: The nitpicketyness of the media. I did not realize the fly-specking nature of the media when you move up in the polls, because if there is a journalistic standard, they don't follow it, and too many people give out misinformation. Too many people in the media are dishonest and do a disservice to the American people.
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