Discussion in 'Politics' started by bugscoe, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. Herman Cain: “Stupid people are ruining America”

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  2. The "Racist ET half-wits" like to spew... "If you don't support Odumbo, then you MUST BE A RACIST".

    Well, I HATE THAT "COMMUNIST, TRYING-TO-DESTROY-AMERICA, SON-OF-A-BITCH", ODUMBO... but I'd support Cain* in his place.... and I'm a "Honky"...

    *Or Alan West, Charles Payne, surely others.

    ** I hated Bush, too... but not as much as Odumbo.

    :mad: :mad:
  3. Well, that didn't take long.

    Leftist Blogger Dismisses Black Conservative, CPAC Speaker Herman Cain As 'Minstrel'
    By Ken Shepherd | February 15, 2011 | 16:18

    The far-left's racially-tinged paranoia and hatred of black conservatives rears its ugly head from time to time, often without the notice let alone disapproval of the liberal mainstream media.

    Hermain Cain is just the latest target.

    The businessman, radio host, and potential 2012 presidential aspirant was the "minstrel show" entertainment of CPAC 2011, according to Alternet's Chauncey DeVega.

    [For full disclosure, Cain serves as the national chairman for the Business & Media Institute, a division of the Media Research Center, NewsBusters.org's parent company]

    DeVega opened his Feb. 12 blog post with a passing swipe at all black conservatives before focusing exclusively on Cain:
    Fortunately for his readers, DeVega included the full YouTube video of Cain's CPAC speech.

    Watching it in its entirety shows by contrast that it's truly DeVega who's the irrelevant political sideshow.
  4. I like Thomas Sowell but I think he's too smart to want the job.
  5. +1