If you just haven't had enough of Herman Cain — the former pizza company CEO turned politician — fret no more. In a statement on Monday, WSB Radio in Atlanta announced that long-time conservative host Neal Boortz would be retiring and Cain will replace him on the nationally syndicated show. And, in a twist of fate, Cain's first day on air will be Inauguration Day on January 21, 2013.  

No stranger to the world of radio, the 66-year-old Morehouse grad hosted “The Herman Cain Show” in Atlanta for three years before going into politics. “I want to continue to express my views and help educate people about what’s going on in this country,” Cain said on Boortz’s show Monday. “It’s like you say: The dumb masses are ruining this country.”

This should be interesting.