"Herman We Have a Problem"--Newest Alleged Affair With Daughter of Soviet Space Dog

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Saturday, 3 December 2011

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When astronaut James Lovell first coined the phrase from outerspace on April 17th 1970, "Houston, we have a problem", his craft Apollo 13 was in serious trouble. Today, in the face of another affair-accusation, Herman Cain's Presidential Campaign is also in some serious soup.

Mark Block, the man behind the smoking during the Cain ad in October and Chief of Staff to Herman Cain, was quoted saying "Herman, we have a Problem" in reference to the most recent attempt to deface the Presidential Candidate. The latest affair to surface involves a female canine, the offspring of a former Soviet Space Dog.

The canine, daughter of much loved dog Strelka who rode on Sputnik 5 during a August 19, 1960 one-day tour of space, was quoted on a Russian-Language Television channel. She spoke through two levels of translators. This first translated dog to Russian, the next Russian to English.

"We had a very intimate relationship...I honestly thought he really was a Bulldog" Chernushka told the television program. "That is all I will... Bark!".

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