Former GOP Presidential Candidate Herman Cain was in town Wednesdayas part of his "College Truth Tour" talking about the campaign and the economy.
Even though his presidential campaign is over, Herman Cain is still campaigning, now with a message geared toward students about the importance of understanding, what he argues is the truth about the government and how it operates.
"This economy is stalled because of uncertainty," Former GOP Presidential Candidate Herman Cain said.
And Cain says that uncertainty could ultimately result in millions of college students not getting a job after graduation.
All the more reason for students to stay up to date about key issues troubling the United States.
"If we allow the number of uninformed voters to grow, uninformed voters will be taken advantage of by politicians that lie, politicians that distort the truth," Cain said.
The former presidential candidate says all you have to do is look at the country's response to the recent attacks on the U.S Consulate in Libya.
"It took our administration two to three days before they admitted it was a terrorist attack, that's not the way we should be responding to those types of things," Cain said.
He added, "that doesn't mean that we go out and start bombing people, but it should be real clear that that kind of thing will not be tolerated."
And Cain says neither will allowing our youth to go forward mis-informed.
"It was Thomas Jefferson who said, when people have the right information, they will make the right decision," Cain said.
Decisions about the economy, government and most of all the future.