At Morehouse, Cain question a live wire
At a packed political forum at Morehouse College -- Atlantas storied and historically black school for men -- a moderator posed a question that cut to the sensitive heart of things on a campus that has produced Martin Luther King Jr.
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#1 Nov 25, 2011
If David "KKK" Axelrod is exposed as being behind the SMEAR of Cain, then CAIN is back in the race.
#2 Nov 25, 2011
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Pauline Robinson Pierce
Born 28 April 1896(1896-04-28)
Image:Flag of Ohio.svg Dayton, Ohio, U.S.
Died September 23 1949 (aged Template:Age at date)
Image:Flag of New York.svg Rye, New York, U.S.
Spouse Marvin Pierce
Children Martha Pierce, 1920-1999
James R. Pierce, 1922-1993
Barbara Bush, 1925-
Scott Pierce, 1930-
Parents James E. Robinson and Abigail Robinson
Pauline Robinson Pierce (28 April, 1896 in Dayton, OH – 23 September 1949 in Rye, NY) was the daughter of James E. Robinson and married Marvin Pierce, who later became president of McCall Corporation, the publisher of the popular women's magazines Redbook and McCall's. She is the mother of former First Lady Barbara Bush and the maternal grandmother of President George W. Bush. Pauline was an avid gardener and served as the Garden Club of America conservation chairman.
W magazine once described her as "beautiful, fabulous, critical, and meddling" and "a former beauty from Ohio with extravagant tastes".
She spent several years in Europe where She met the writers Frank Harris and Aleister Crowley. In 1924 she returned to America.
According to the August 07, 2000 issue of Time Magazine Pauline was killed in an automobile accident when her husband, who was driving the car, lost control as he reached over to stop a cup of hot coffee from sliding across the seat onto his wife. The car crashed into a stone wall, killing Pauline instantly.
Pauline and Marvin's third child, Barbara, was born on June 8, 1925. Barbara went on to marry George H. W. Bush, who later became the 41st President of the United States.
Was Aleister Crowley Barbara Bush's Father?
Pauline Pierce, after sexcapades with Aleister Crowley, gave birth to Barbara Pierce who became Barbara Bush, who gave birth to none other than, George VV ...
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#4 Nov 25, 2011
I personally know three Morehouse grads and they are all disgusted by him. He is no way a representation of a "morehouse man". He is a silly joke being used as a token by the repubs. He isn't fit to be president.
Benjamin Mays would flip over in his grave if he knew an idiot like Cain was trying to soil the Morehouse name
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