The Cain train will keep on going, at least for now. The Republican candidate told a crowd of supporters in Ohio that he would stay in the presidential race, contrary to reports earlier this week that he was “reassessing” whether to continue his campaign after an Atlanta woman claimed she had had a 13-year affair with him. “The American people are going to raise some Cain in 2012!” he told the crowd. “They want you to believe that we can’t do this. They want you to believe that with enough character assassination on me, I will drop out!” When the crowd shouted, “No!” Cain said, “Well, the American people have a different idea.” His decision is expected in a week.