Jennifer Rubin asks good questions about Cain’s relevant political/presidential job skills, here. To be fair to Cain, the underlying Washington Post story on which Rubin bases much of her latest post isn’t a very thorough one; indeed, it’s rather a weak effort and seems like a hit piece struggling to qualify as news. On the other hand, Rubin’s points about how some executive skills do not translate to other executive skills is a good one — and it by now is almost incontrovertible that Cain’s campaign organization is a mess. If conservatives want to beat Barack Obama and his $800 million or even $1 billion campaign, they darn well better make sure their candidate can actually put together a coherent political organization and run an effective ground game as well as air war. Cain’s previous foray into politics was an embarrassing 20-plus point loss in a Republican primary in Georgia, which doesn’t offer much promise. A general election presidential campaign is no time for on-the-job training. Let’s all hope he steps up his game, soon.