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Cain still believes ‘liberals want to destroy this country’

It was quite the interview new Republican presidential frontunner Herman Cain had with David Gregory on Meet The Press Sunday morning. When Gregory asked Cain about his previous comments on liberals wanting to destroy America, Cain did not back down from those statements, highlighting likely cuts to defense spending as…

You Can Only Be So Black For So Long

Herman Cain has risen through the Republican ranks…well, not meteorically, but at least like something that's natural and rises and isn't racially problematic or in any way black. As he's become relevant in the race, there was a moment you knew was going to arrive. A moment where Cain would…

Cain wants to add gospel vibe to ‘Hail to the Chief’

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said Sunday that if elected, he would “change the mood” of “Hail to the Chief” by adding a gospel vibe. “It’s traditional and that’s all well and good, but I happen to believe there comes a time when you need to change the mood of…

Herman Cain: ‘I’m not anti-Muslim, I’m anti-terrorist’

Republican presidential hopeful and former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain once again defended his anti-Muslim remarks to a group of bloggers over the weekend. Cain has said that he would sooner appoint openly gay cabinet members than one those of Muslim faith, because “they are not going to try and…

Herman Cain’s inexplicable popularity becomes easier to understand

Jesse, I'm with you on the idea that Cain's popularity is inexplicable, mostly because the man has no name recognition.  But his speech where he announces his run for President explains so much: He ends the speech—no joke—by saying, "Free at last, free at last, thank God Almighty, this nation…

The Hermanator Speaks

Inexplicably popular among Tea Partiers, Herman Cain is running for President.  He is kind of stupid, which should have gone along with the "inexplicably popular" bit prior.   Herman is black.  Not many other people at Tea Party events are.  Why is that, Herman? Asked why more African Americans haven’t…

GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain defends Afghanistan non-answer

Potential 2012 Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said he did not have enough information to express a clear policy on Afghanistan, but knew the United State’s relationship with Israel should be strengthened. At the Fox News Republican debate in South Carolina two weeks ago, Cain struggled to answer foreign policy…

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