Monday, December 5, 2011

On Herman Cain

All I can say about Herman Cain is that I'm sorely dissappointed that he allowed the media to push him out of this race.

Granted, he was weak on foreign policy but I think that he would have been good in other areas.

The question has be raised on whether or not he should be considered for a VP position on the nomination ticket.  My answer to that is no.

Obviously he couldn't take the heat so he needs to stay out of the batter's box all together.  If you can't handle the hardballs that are thrown at you then it's time to take a seat on the bench.

I have no idea whether or not the man was guilty of the things that were brought forward.  I tend to lean toward perhaps, at the very least, he might have had an affair.  If that's the case, then for the socialist media to report this as if they have some sort of moral high ground is a joke.

Either way, I can only hope that Cain and his family will be able to move past this mess and come out stronger for it.


  1. It will probably be years before we know what actually happened, too. Disappointing, but every candidate is going to go through this, so they better get used to it.

  2. Oh, and according to Ann Coulter - the texts were over 4 non-consecutive months. And the other "proof" of a long term relationship turned out to be two books autographed by Cain:

  3. Sure as hell, I'm disqualified from running for president if helping out someone in need, who happens to be of the opposing gender, translates into "having an adulterous affair."

    My wife is disqualified, too.

    This is what today's presidential politics has come down to--but we have NO ONE TO BLAME BUT OURSELVES.

    We let this happen and we continue to put up with it.

    I'm ready to start backhanding some liberals, myself. Words and their lies should have immediate, painful consequences.



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