Saturday, June 11, 2011

Back to the Future - Herman Cain

My good friend and fellow blogger Western Hero (Silverfiddle) did a great post about Herman Cain and I would like to bolster that opinion a tad with this post of mine.

I, like Mr. Silverfiddle, have yet to proclaim any endorsement of any particular GOP candidate (as though it carries any weight) for the nomination as I agree it is too early and more will indeed enter the race and some drop by the wayside (Gingrich thank God).

I myself, as declared candidates go thus far, believe Mr. Cain is the only conservative in the race (no liberals, not color but the 2012 campaign for POTUS) and thus as my humble opinion goes deserves further attention.

Mr. Silverfiddle admits to being not a fan of YouTube and I fully respect that but must say, as most who happen upon this site, know that I am and for good reason I might add.

Secularstupidest offers my reason as taught to me from my Dad; Get it from the horses mouth!

Flashback or shall I say "Back to the Future" Herman Cain,,,,,,,

Please take time to listen, again if you have already, and or share with others as what Mr. Cain says is all true as well as the other people involved.




Trust me when I say that not many Americans know of Herman Cain at least around the northern States and all must make them aware. It is not about black or white but about all of us, period. Support him or not his voice MUST BE HEARD!

15 comments:

ap-dp.blogspot.com said...

In 2008, and I am sure you know, it was all about Black and White. If Cain gets the nomination, THIS time around it will be about Obama's record. No race baiting going to happen in 2012. Go Herman!

joetote said...

Spot on. The only other person I even think could be a good candidate is Allen West, and either way, the race card would go out the door and the race would hopefully be about records. One shouldn't expect that though as we have already seen leftist scum referring to Mr. Cain as an extreme racist.

King Shamus said...

Go Herman Go!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Christopher said...

The one thing good about Barry's election was that it brought forth true conservatives of all stripes speaking loudly and as such people started to listen as socialism set in.

I agree about 2008 but see it in the light of "white guilt" on the part of many independents. I do not believe in the premise itself, that whites of today should feel guilty at all for what was not our fault, nor blacks of today deserve anything that those of the past did not receive in the way of an apology, affirmative action or reparations. 

That stated there were many that bought into this "white guilt" due to liberal 'education' but here again America learned another important lesson and the MSM and institutionalized liberalism lost another playing card, it's biggest as a matter of fact of racism.

With that theme out of the way and conservatism on the rise it matters not the color of ones skin but the message they carry and people are indeed listening to the message this time around.

Christopher said...

Joe,,,I laugh at the thought of Mr. Cain being referred to as a racist let alone an extreme one.

The MSM can try that but it will not work, even the dimmest bulb in their audience is waking up to the fact that they are the racists in attempting to play that card especially against a man of black persuasion.

Christopher said...

You said it King !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 8-)

joetote said...

Chris,

Case in point as to the racism that will be in the race.

BILL MAHER: New rule: Newt Gingrich - just stop. Seriously, your campaign isn't just off to a rough start. It's like you hired me to run it and I purposely ran it into the ground. Let me put your unpopularity in context for you: you're a Republican and you're polling behind a black guy.

There was also a piece I'll have to find again referring to Mr. Cain as the most racist of all the candidates! The last bastion of a lost cause in this country seems to be to throw out the race card, sad as that is.

Christopher said...

Joe,,, I do not deny that the race card will be played or attempted to be but again is laughable in this case with Mr. Cain.

I am sure the MSM will play ad nauseum the clip of Cain challenging Obama to debate (referring to himself) a "real black man". In this comment Cain was not being racist but rather honest be it genetics or thought processes and everybody knows it to and including Obama himself.

bonsaifromtheright.blogspot.com said...

He would be my choice for President. He will need a lot of money if we want him to win. hint hint wink wink

Christopher said...

Here is your hint, hint, wink , wink Chris,,,,,

http://www.hermancain.com/

ap-dp.blogspot.com said...

Well stated, Christopher. Well stated!

Kid said...

I have to add that Michelle Bachman is one heck of a conservative in the race.  Has she officially?  Anyway, I thiknk she is as electable as Herman, and I'd take Michelle.

Christopher said...

Kid,,,I left out Mrs. Bachman just as your question poses, no she has not officially entered the race and that is why I worded my post the way I did. This is not a snub as I respect her highly, it is just she has not announced if she will run or not.

If indeed Michelle Bachman does throw her hat into the ring she will most definitely be featured here at CP as I view her as a real conservative with a record to back it up.

thegreygeezer said...

Christopher . . . Mr. Cain has conseervativism in his blood. So does Michelle Bachman. Could it be that someone out there is finally listening. The free lunch bunch is almost out of business. Either of these two candidates for President or whatever . . . would be a great replacerment for the current idiot. . . Bump.  

Christopher said...

Grey,,,Many are now listening. It matters not to me gender or color but creed when relating to our government whom we elect and then they appoint others to a position.

I mention creed as it relates to our founding both on principle and Christian-Judea underpinning's.

I welcome all conservatives to the race and reject all RINO's as they go way beyond the utter fallacy of compromise (compromise with those that hate us?) but delve into capitulation.