On third endorsement, Cain backs Romney

On third endorsement, Cain backs Romney

There are 32 comments on the KOAT-TV story from May 16, 2012, titled On third endorsement, Cain backs Romney. In it, KOAT-TV reports that:

Herman Cain, who suspended his own bid for the GOP presidential nomination amid a flurry of allegations of past sexual impropriety, backed Mitt Romney Wednesday - his third endorsement after dropping out of the race.

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Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#1 May 16, 2012
Thank you! Now let's get back to SOCIAL ISSUES!

LEGALIZE POLYGAMY!

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Your Ex

Madison, WI

#2 May 16, 2012
Isn't he a little early for such a
big commitment?

“Proud To Be An American”

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#3 May 16, 2012
There's been a few good endorsements for Romney, let's hope they had an insight on who the VP selection will be otherwise they jumped the gun.

“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#4 May 16, 2012
I am so happy that we ran that token Uncle Tom buffoon Minstrel Show of the stage… I don’t miss that ignorant rant about “999”; thank God his sexual deviant behavior came back to bite him before he could take his joke of a book tour/campaign any further.
Your Ex

Madison, WI

#5 May 16, 2012
Ted Nugent for VeeP!!
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#6 May 16, 2012
Where are all my conservative friends? Are you guys off the clock so early??

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#7 May 16, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
I am so happy that we ran that token Uncle Tom buffoon Minstrel Show of the stage… I don’t miss that ignorant rant about “999”; thank God his sexual deviant behavior came back to bite him before he could take his joke of a book tour/campaign any further.
Attention moron cow patty!!! The dictionary uncle tom, you progressive democRat history illiterate, is the lord marshal b. h. obama...he is the water carrier for karl marx, bill ayers et al...Furthermore you must be really upset with bill clintoon because nobody matches that pervert. Or were you hoping no one would notice the hypocrisy?
Dr Reker s Bellhop

Philadelphia, PA

#8 May 16, 2012
Your Ex wrote:
Isn't he a little early for such a
big commitment?
He's leading up to his 999 endorsement by teasing us a little, like any good clown would.

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#9 May 16, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
I am so happy that we ran that token Uncle Tom buffoon Minstrel Show of the stage… I don’t miss that ignorant rant about “999”; thank God his sexual deviant behavior came back to bite him before he could take his joke of a book tour/campaign any further.
Spot on, Cain was grilled by progressive media for the sexual harrasment of several women..I thought he had some possibility but he couldn't handle the tough foreign policy questions, The Prez would have blown him away in a national debate

“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#10 May 17, 2012
swedenforever wrote:
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Spot on, Cain was grilled by progressive media for the sexual harrasment of several women..I thought he had some possibility but he couldn't handle the tough foreign policy questions, The Prez would have blown him away in a national debate
Herman Cain is an ignorant idiot buffoon, but he would have been dangerous for this reason:

A good friend of mine that knows better,(knows better - in the sense that he knows history and politics when it comes to republicans and all the evil that they have done since the 50’s, especially when it comes to Blacks) said that when he first heard Cain, the way he talked connected with him because Cain reminded him of family members or church members; and he said just imagine if he felt that way -and he knows better- how many other Blacks would have looked at him and thought “he’s Black” so it’s just like voting for Obama.

So it is great that his deviant past came back to drag his dumb ass off the stage because an idiot that doesn’t know the leader of “Ubeky-beky-beky-stan-stan needs to go the Hell away, LOL.
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#11 May 17, 2012
swedenforever wrote:
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Spot on, Cain was grilled by progressive media for the sexual harrasment of several women..I thought he had some possibility but he couldn't handle the tough foreign policy questions, The Prez would have blown him away in a national debate
Spot on. Nevermind these dumb Democraps. If Joe Plumber is busy, I hope Bishop Romney picks Cain as his VP. Let's keep our fingers crossed!

“Happiness comes through giving”

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#12 May 17, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
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Herman Cain is an ignorant idiot buffoon, but he would have been dangerous for this reason:
A good friend of mine that knows better,(knows better - in the sense that he knows history and politics when it comes to republicans and all the evil that they have done since the 50’s, especially when it comes to Blacks) said that when he first heard Cain, the way he talked connected with him because Cain reminded him of family members or church members; and he said just imagine if he felt that way -and he knows better- how many other Blacks would have looked at him and thought “he’s Black” so it’s just like voting for Obama.
So it is great that his deviant past came back to drag his dumb ass off the stage because an idiot that doesn’t know the leader of “Ubeky-beky-beky-stan-stan needs to go the Hell away, LOL.
I don't think many Blacks would have voted for a token Black who cared only about himself and his book sales. Most Black people are too smart to vote for Republicans, their natural enemy.

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#13 May 18, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
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Herman Cain is an ignorant idiot buffoon, but he would have been dangerous for this reason:
A good friend of mine that knows better,(knows better - in the sense that he knows history and politics when it comes to republicans and all the evil that they have done since the 50’s, especially when it comes to Blacks) said that when he first heard Cain, the way he talked connected with him because Cain reminded him of family members or church members; and he said just imagine if he felt that way -and he knows better- how many other Blacks would have looked at him and thought “he’s Black” so it’s just like voting for Obama.
So it is great that his deviant past came back to drag his dumb ass off the stage because an idiot that doesn’t know the leader of “Ubeky-beky-beky-stan-stan needs to go the Hell away, LOL.
agreed MCP

“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#15 May 18, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>I don't think many Blacks would have voted for a token Black who cared only about himself and his book sales. Most Black people are too smart to vote for Republicans, their natural enemy.
Unfortunately there is a percentage of Blacks that only voted for Obama because he shares their skin tone, color or complexion; the same way some Whites didn’t vote for him because he didn’t. Over the years (prior to the 2008 election) I have had a many debate and discussions at my barbershop about voter complacency in the Black community, and have consistently heard the same drumbeat of “Why vote; they are going to put who they want in their anyway”. But I didn’t hear that last time around because then-candidate Obama gave so many a reason to believe in their country once again; that’s because most Americans Black or White don’t really pay attention to politics until it gets close to election day. So a lot of the buffoonery and self-hating token antics that many Black right-wingers like Herman Cain and Allen West embarrassingly perform for the entertainment and acceptance by the racist right-wingers in the tea-bagging republican Party most times go unnoticed by many voters.
But there is a way that Herman Cain still connects with some within the Black community (be it his color or the way he speaks) in spite of his ideology that is a detriment to those who unknowingly would vote for him… and that is why I say he would have been a dangerous opponent to the President.

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#16 May 20, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
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Unfortunately there is a percentage of Blacks that only voted for Obama because he shares their skin tone, color or complexion; the same way some Whites didn’t vote for him because he didn’t. Over the years (prior to the 2008 election) I have had a many debate and discussions at my barbershop about voter complacency in the Black community, and have consistently heard the same drumbeat of “Why vote; they are going to put who they want in their anyway”. But I didn’t hear that last time around because then-candidate Obama gave so many a reason to believe in their country once again; that’s because most Americans Black or White don’t really pay attention to politics until it gets close to election day. So a lot of the buffoonery and self-hating token antics that many Black right-wingers like Herman Cain and Allen West embarrassingly perform for the entertainment and acceptance by the racist right-wingers in the tea-bagging republican Party most times go unnoticed by many voters.
But there is a way that Herman Cain still connects with some within the Black community (be it his color or the way he speaks) in spite of his ideology that is a detriment to those who unknowingly would vote for him… and that is why I say he would have been a dangerous opponent to the President.
H.Cain's msg about Tax reform was a good start (except with the regressive numbers) for the voters since we know the rich are offshoring,deferring, and paying much less than the corporate rate-but he was a good speaker compared to the average republiCON.. people like Clinton,Obama or Evan Bayh would have left him in the weeds in national security and foreign policy details-Cain was unaware of what the country's partners are doing

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#17 May 20, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
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Unfortunately there is a percentage of Blacks that only voted for Obama because he shares their skin tone, color or complexion; the same way some Whites didn’t vote for him because he didn’t. Over the years (prior to the 2008 election) I have had a many debate and discussions at my barbershop about voter complacency in the Black community, and have consistently heard the same drumbeat of “Why vote; they are going to put who they want in their anyway”. But I didn’t hear that last time around because then-candidate Obama gave so many a reason to believe in their country once again; that’s because most Americans Black or White don’t really pay attention to politics until it gets close to election day. So a lot of the buffoonery and self-hating token antics that many Black right-wingers like Herman Cain and Allen West embarrassingly perform for the entertainment and acceptance by the racist right-wingers in the tea-bagging republican Party most times go unnoticed by many voters.
But there is a way that Herman Cain still connects with some within the Black community (be it his color or the way he speaks) in spite of his ideology that is a detriment to those who unknowingly would vote for him… and that is why I say he would have been a dangerous opponent to the President.
I must disagree, Pat. I believe you overestimate Cain's influence. I think the Black vote for Herman Cain could fit into a thimble, with enough room left over for a milk dud.

I remind you that Bill Clinton's percentage of the Black vote was very close to that of Obama's. Black people understood who was their ally and who was their enemy. I think the same was true, and will continue to be so, with Obama.

“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#18 May 21, 2012
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>I must disagree, Pat. I believe you overestimate Cain's influence. I think the Black vote for Herman Cain could fit into a thimble, with enough room left over for a milk dud.
I remind you that Bill Clinton's percentage of the Black vote was very close to that of Obama's. Black people understood who was their ally and who was their enemy. I think the same was true, and will continue to be so, with Obama.
When you compare the percentage of Blacks that voted for Clinton to those for Obama as opposed to Blacks voting in a hypothetical matchup of Obama vs. Cain - is comparing apples to oranges… especially in an election that everyone believes will be close; a few thousand votes either way would make a big difference. And it’s not about me “overestimating Cain’s influence” as much as it is about you underestimating the stupidity of many voters, Black and White who vote against their best interest and for reasons that make absolutely no sense…

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Obama got Osama!

#19 May 21, 2012
Continued…

Just look at the percentage of Blacks who voted for George W Bush against Al Gore in 2000 and John Kerry in 2004 and that all the evidence you need to prove my point.

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#21 May 21, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
Continued…
Just look at the percentage of Blacks who voted for George W Bush against Al Gore in 2000 and John Kerry in 2004 and that all the evidence you need to prove my point.
We'll just have to wait and see. The recent endorsement of same-sexmarriage by the NAACP may be a factor.

As a great mind once said, "No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American people".
the rest of us

Saint Paul, MN

#22 May 21, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
I am so happy that we ran that token Uncle Tom buffoon Minstrel Show of the stage… I don’t miss that ignorant rant about “999”; thank God his sexual deviant behavior came back to bite him before he could take his joke of a book tour/campaign any further.
Typical liberal racist ass. While you're at it why don't you go put on a black face show down at your local democrat headquarters, see what they think. Racist pig.

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