Besieged GOP presidential contender Herman Cain has released his “vision for foreign policy and national security” on his Web site, and it includes a map that labels countries important to the United States, along with Cain’s summaries of our relationships with them. “Our special relationship”? That’s his label for Britain. “Danger and opportunity”? His summary for Pakistan.


Herman Cain takes the stage at the start of a debate in Washington, Nov. 22. (Jim Bourg/Reuters)

But perhaps the Atlantic Wire’s Eric Randall said it best, writing that Cain’s labels reminded him of the scene in the movie “Mean Girls” in which a character summarizes the high school’s lunch table stereotypes: “You've got your Freshmen, ROTC guys, Preps, JV Jocks, Asian Nerds, Cool Asians...”

“This map feels like Herman Cain's tour of the world's cafeteria,” Randall writes. See the map below:


(HermanCain.com)