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Herman Cain's antics are a throwback to the bad old days for blacks

There are 1310 comments on the The Orlando Sentinel story from Dec 2, 2011, titled Herman Cain's antics are a throwback to the bad old days for blacks. In it, The Orlando Sentinel reports that:

In October, Harry Belafonte - the famed Calypso singer - told interviewer Joy Behar that Herman Cain was a "bad apple." And the former GOP presidential front-runner ate it up, later boasting to conservative commentator Sean Hannity that "I left the Democrat plantation a long time ago." Good line, but only half-true. Cain may have fled the ... (more)

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Brown_And_Nasty

Toronto, Canada

#1 Dec 2, 2011
Cain the ultimate in pathetic hypocrisy.

He comes on Christian radio and talks family but screws on his wife and avoids the Covet commandment.

He says Racism is dead and once he gets caught in a sex scandal blames it on the racism of the Liberal media. Of course! Liberals are racist and not the Republikkkans he hangs out with in white sheets?

Herman Cain is so pathetic that he would have to "MOVE UP" to become White Trash. I'm not black but I fear embarrased for blacks having an Uncle Tom like him!

Since: Apr 11

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#2 Dec 2, 2011
You know who else is a Calypso singer?

Screwy Louie Farrakhan!!

One thing is sure. Mr. Cain would make a much better president than the piece of shit in there now.
Mr Bull Dozier

Columbia, SC

#3 Dec 3, 2011
Mr Zaius wrote:
You know who else is a Calypso singer?
Screwy Louie Farrakhan!!
One thing is sure. Mr. Cain would make a much better president than the piece of shit in there now.
Yo' pissface, what the hell does Uncle Tom Cain's inability to keep his johnson in his pants have to do with Farrakhan? You are no smarter than those GOPissbagger candidates of yours. Jon Huntsman is the only candidate the Black president need to break a sweat with. You and the rest of your teabigots please vote for anyone but "the Hunt".
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Lol!!!!!!!!!!
Mr Bull Dozier

Columbia, SC

#4 Dec 3, 2011
Brown_And_Nasty wrote:
Cain the ultimate in pathetic hypocrisy.
He comes on Christian radio and talks family but screws on his wife and avoids the Covet commandment.
He says Racism is dead and once he gets caught in a sex scandal blames it on the racism of the Liberal media. Of course! Liberals are racist and not the Republikkkans he hangs out with in white sheets?
Herman Cain is so pathetic that he would have to "MOVE UP" to become White Trash. I'm not black but I fear embarrased for blacks having an Uncle Tom like him!
Well said! On 10/14/11, he made that stupid statement about racism being dead. A few days afterwards, the sex scandal became public. He then proceeds to pull the race card. He then loans it to a racist p.o.s. like Rush Limbaugh. As far as I know, he never did call out that skankkk Ann Coulter on her stupid comment: "Our Blacks are better than their Blacks". One thing she failed to remember amd that is one of the "their Blacks" as she says in her stupid comment, happens to be president of the United States. Now can one of "her Blacks" top that? Lol!

Since: May 08

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#5 Dec 3, 2011
Brown_And_Nasty wrote:
Cain the ultimate in pathetic hypocrisy.
He comes on Christian radio and talks family but screws on his wife and avoids the Covet commandment.
He says Racism is dead and once he gets caught in a sex scandal blames it on the racism of the Liberal media. Of course! Liberals are racist and not the Republikkkans he hangs out with in white sheets?
Herman Cain is so pathetic that he would have to "MOVE UP" to become White Trash. I'm not black but I fear embarrased for blacks having an Uncle Tom like him!
Brilliant post. You're one of the non-blacks who "gets it." lol. I think they're pretending not to get it because they so desperately want to prove they're not racist and that their dislike of Obama has nothing to do with race. So, they trot out an Uncle Tom and hypocrite, like Herman Cain.

Since: May 08

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#6 Dec 3, 2011
Mr Bull Dozier wrote:
<quoted text>Well said! On 10/14/11, he made that stupid statement about racism being dead. A few days afterwards, the sex scandal became public. He then proceeds to pull the race card. He then loans it to a racist p.o.s. like Rush Limbaugh. As far as I know, he never did call out that skankkk Ann Coulter on her stupid comment: "Our Blacks are better than their Blacks". One thing she failed to remember amd that is one of the "their Blacks" as she says in her stupid comment, happens to be president of the United States. Now can one of "her Blacks" top that? Lol!
I agree, as I do with all your posts! Brilliantly expressed post.

Since: May 08

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#7 Dec 3, 2011
Mr Zaius wrote:
You know who else is a Calypso singer?
Screwy Louie Farrakhan!!
One thing is sure. Mr. Cain would make a much better president than the piece of shit in there now.
You think you're fooling people but the only one you're fooling is yourself. Your reasons for liking Cain has nothing to do with your acceptance of Blacks. You like him because he parrots your views and you know he's controlled and manipulated by whites. Obama frightens white men like you because he's a black man with pride, class, intelligence, and charisma. He's articulate, and has a magnetic personality. He's like no black man any of you have ever seen and it scares the hell out of whites like you. He dosen't know his place, lol.

Cain, make a better president? You're full of chit and our a piece of chit! No one in their right mind would think that Cain is remotely presidential material, let alone would make a better president than Obama. You replusivecans and conservatives want to make America the laughing stock of the world, lol. Who the hell listens to loons like Bachman, Coulter, Cain, Santorum, Perry, etc. The only remotely intelligent candidate you have running is Newt and morally he's about as fit to be president as John Edwards was, lol. An intelligent lout and cad!

You and the rest of the right-wing crowd are not patriotic and don't care anything about this country if because of your biases you're willing to accept Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachman, Newt Gingrich, or Herman Cain as president of this country.

You people are distrubed and crazy. As for Ann Coulter referring to Herman Cain as our "Black" vs your black, someone needs to tell that racist, ignorant, viscious byxtch that blacks don't belong to anyone, least of all her broom riding arse!
icouldusesomehel p

Germany

#8 Dec 3, 2011
CHECK OUT MY NEW WEBSITE.
http://www.dontvoteobama.net/

Since: May 08

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#9 Dec 3, 2011
icouldusesomehel p wrote:
CHECK OUT MY NEW WEBSITE.
http://www.dontvoteobama.net/
Wrong website for this forum, buddy, lol. Akenathan has returned to his rightful place. It's his destiny to rule, once again and nothing or no one can prevent it, lol.

We know you all are scared. It will take some getting used to but eventually you'll realize that this strong, black man, will rule again for another four years!

OBAMA 2012

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

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#10 Dec 3, 2011
bappie wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong website for this forum, buddy, lol. Akenathan has returned to his rightful place. It's his destiny to rule, once again and nothing or no one can prevent it, lol.
We know you all are scared. It will take some getting used to but eventually you'll realize that this strong, black man, will rule again for another four years!
OBAMA 2012
This is just a bunch of racist crap.
icouldusesomehel p

Tempe, AZ

#11 Dec 3, 2011
LESS THAN 2 IN 5 PEOPLE WANT OBAMA AGAIN AS PRESIDENT.THE OTHER 3 HAVE WISED UP.maybe you will lose your job and house this year and change your mind or do you live on welfare-food stamps and section 8 housing?I can see why you want him back..ITS A GRAVY TRAIN FOR YOU

http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/...

Gallup’s latest survey is probably the most damaging poll yet for the Obama presidency. Not only does Gallup give Barack Obama the lowest approval rating of his presidency (44.7 percent), but it also illustrates just how difficult it will be for the president to be re-elected in 2012. There’s no doubt about it. If Obama himself was on the ballot for this November’s elections he would be resoundingly defeated.

A striking 54 percent of Americans now say that President Obama does not deserve re-election. Less than two in five Americans (39 percent) believe he should be returned to the White House. In contrast, at the same stage of his presidency (September 2002), 62 percent of Americans thought George W. Bush was worthy of re-election.

The next presidential election is of course two years away, and as Gallup notes, Bill Clinton had an even worse rating in October 1994, when just 38 percent of Americans thought he deserved re-election. A great deal depends as well on the Republicans uniting around a charismatic candidate who can take full advantage of Obama’s unpopularity while presenting a powerful alternative vision for America’s future.

But the cards do seem to be increasingly stacked against a president whose political decline this year has been absolutely stunning. As Gallup’s surveys have shown, the United States is becoming an increasingly conservative nation, with liberals now outnumbered by a two to one ratio. Barack Obama’s big government vision is increasingly out of touch with a heavily right of centre America, that overwhelmingly cherishes the principles of free enterprise, low taxation, limited government intrusion, and individual freedom.

The presidential elections, like the upcoming midterms, are likely to be dominated by the economy, with little sign of a dramatic recovery in terms of job growth or the housing market, and with the mammoth budget deficit taking center stage. It is hard to see how a president who has added $3 trillion to the national debt will be seen as America’s saviour in the face of a looming Greek-style financial crisis.

As I’ve written before, I’m in no doubt that Barack Obama will run again in 2012. But the prospect of victory looks increasingly illusive. The world needs to prepare for the very strong possibility of a post-Obama era two years from now. A president who once looked invincible is now eminently beatable, and facing the same inglorious fate as the one-term Jimmy Carter.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

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#12 Dec 3, 2011
If Obama wins the 2012 election, it will only serve to prove how incredibly gullible, naive, ill versed, and dependent on government the US has become, all of whick the anti US forces are well aware of, and use agaunst us every day.

Since: May 08

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#14 Dec 3, 2011
General Robert E Lee wrote:
If Obama wins the 2012 election, it will only serve to prove how incredibly gullible, naive, ill versed, and dependent on government the US has become, all of whick the anti US forces are well aware of, and use agaunst us every day.
If? There's no doubt that he will win. Look at the losers running against him, lol. Your party has nothing but losers, lol. Naive, gullible and ill versed were those who voted for Bush! Dependant on government? You idiot! How much money in stock profits do you think Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld received from Haliburton for their shares? Talk about dependant on government for their afluent lifestyles, lol. Sheeples like you just don't get it and you never will. As long as the Republican party can keep you people focused on racial biases and lies about so-called entitlement programs, they can continue to enrich themselves and their corporate buddies.

You fool! lol.

Since: May 08

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#15 Dec 3, 2011
travis wrote:
<quoted text>
http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/timstanley/...
The first woman to speak publicly about Cain’s rumoured “wandering hands”, Sharon Bialek, lives in the same building as David Axelrod – a former senior adviser to Barack Obama. Karen Kraushaar, outed as one of the anonymous accusers of Cain, works for Obama’s Treasury department. But these explanations are tenuous at best (Kraushaar, for starters, is a registered Republican).
LOL! Blame the black man or some liberal conspiracy....Cain was outted by his Republican opponents. They cannot get their message out nor be taken seriously as long as this buffoon was stealing the spotlight and getting all the public attention. Anyone that would take that grinning, cooning and shining Uncle Rukus as a serious candidate for the highest office in the US is out of their rabbit mind! Cain is a stoodge of the Koch brothers. He's a token black and affirmative action hire to fill their racial quotas, lol. Him and that other Uncle Rukus,(also a southern negro from Ga.) Clarence Thomas, both were only too happy to take advantage of what other blacks and whites fought for to benefit themselves and then turn around and kiss white, republican, arses for self-enrichment. They only care about self. Cain is on a book tour. He's a disgrace to blacks, his supporters, his party, and his family. The man lacks character, morals and values and is getting exactly what he deserves. What he did to his poor wife and family is awful. His wife obviously didn't like the public spotlight, yet that lying coward had her speak for him knowing full well that there was info out there about his discretions. Then, to add insult to injury, he makes the spinless comment that his wife will decide if he'll stay in the race or not, wtf????

Since: May 08

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#16 Dec 3, 2011
icouldusesomehel p wrote:
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Yeah, and this is the written bs that's going to make him win another four years. You dumb a55ses think you can disparage blacks with claims of them wanting entitlement programs when there's more whites receiving them than black who only make up 13% of the population. Then you have your Republican Govenors in Ohio, Wisconsin, Fla and NJ, busting unions, denying benefits and firing teachers, policemen, firemen, and gov't workers, who are the bread and butter of this nation as they're the middle-class who have the heaviest tax burden and you expect people to vote for the party that is not only the cause of the deficit with their wars, especially the non-necessary war in Iraq which has cost trillions of dollars? You mean the party that is underfunding or not funding public education? The party that deregulated businesses and allowed Wall Street and the bankers to run amok and rip off Americans, cause the housing collaspe and people's livlyhood and pensions? It has also caused thousands of young Americans to die for NOTHING BUT TO ENRICH, OIL CORPORATIONS, HALIBURTON, CHENEY, BUSH AND RUMSEFELD!
You, and those of your party who think like you are the reason the country is in the mess its in. You may think people have short term memories but they don't! The last thing we need is another eight years of Republican government. Bush inherited a surplus and left office with a trillion dollar deficit and you all think that you're going to lay the blame on Obama as he tries to clean up the mess your Republican president and his administration created! Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld should be in prison for insider trading, for profiting off of wars they pushed for and war crimes! Instead they're living in multi-million dollar estates paid for with the taxpayers money and blood of Americans who died fighting in the wars in Afganistan and Iraq.
What do idiots like you post about? Entitlement programs and other such bs!

Since: May 08

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#17 Dec 3, 2011
General Robert E Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
This is just a bunch of racist crap.
You have no clue as to what's racist and what isn't. It's another new buzz word used by the real and true racists like you, Gen. Lee! LOL!
lolol

Albuquerque, NM

#18 Dec 3, 2011
it worked for randy old bill clinton so why is cain held up to a higher standard, oh yes, he is black and republican

Since: May 08

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#19 Dec 3, 2011
lolol wrote:
it worked for randy old bill clinton so why is cain held up to a higher standard, oh yes, he is black and republican
No, that is not the reason. Blame your party and they hypocrisy. They were the ones who went after Bill with the morals and values clause, lol. They had nothing else to get him on. Of course the majority of his accusers were screwing midgets, little boys and whatever else they could get their hands on, but what did that matter? So now, politicians are held to a higher standard and since Republicans set the bar, you can't complain about it now, can you?

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

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#20 Dec 3, 2011
bappie wrote:
<quoted text>You have no clue as to what's racist and what isn't. It's another new buzz word used by the real and true racists like you, Gen. Lee! LOL!
Why do you feel the need to mention strong "black man"; why not "strong man", racism being pepretuated.

Who decide what is racist, and what isn't? Only those who feel they have been discriminated against; is it only a one way street. personally, I do not believe it is.

Harrisson

Since: May 08

Pacific Northwest

#21 Dec 3, 2011
bappie wrote:
<quoted text>No, that is not the reason. Blame your party and they hypocrisy. They were the ones who went after Bill with the morals and values clause, lol. They had nothing else to get him on.

Of course the majority of his accusers were screwing midgets, little boys and whatever else they could get their hands on, but what did that matter?....
Remember Senator Larry "wide stance" Craig??

http://articles.cnn.com/2007-08-28/politics/c...

LMAO!!

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