That's why Noel Biderman, the founder of the largest dating website for married people, AshleyMadison.com, has offered him a job. "It's a presidential posting, actually," Biderman tells Yeas & Nays.
"We think we know what kind of individual Herman is and we are trying to say to him that there is a better way to pursue those interpersonal relationships and if he wants to come and be employed with us until 12/12/12 of next year and help explain how people should avoid these kind of disclosures in the future by using Ashley Madison, he'd be a great advocate for the product," Biderman explains.
The official offer, which was extended to Cain last Monday, includes a $400,000 salary and is for the position president of international affairs of Ashley Madison, which has more than 12 million users in 17 countries. "I genuinely believe he is the perfect for it given that he is our target market -- that's exactly the kind of person we find on our service all of the time."
While Biderman tells us he hasn't heard back from Cain or his attorneys yet, he is hoping to get some kind of response.
If he doesn't and Newt Gingrich becomes "available," would the former House speaker be a viable candidate for the role?
"I think the challenge with him is that having confessed and acknowledged infidelity, he seems to not necessarily be an advocate for it, but it's something I would consider, I suppose," Biderman shares.
We reached out to Cain's camp for comment with no response.