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melly~thwarting Satan since 1971 2011/10/29 09:01:29
Herman Cain is a slave on the plantation of the Tea Party, I watch MSNBC as I wear my Che Guevara t-shirt and tweet about corporate greed from my iphone
Herman Cain is a hero of the Tea Party patriots because of his values
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The SodaHead who adores Bill O'Reilly, yet hates the Constitution of the United States says:

MSNBC is a leftist television network soaked in racist narrative with a history of having a lilly-white cast of anchors.



Ha! Coming from a lily-white SodaHead who loves a lily white Fox pundit.

leftist television network soaked racist narrative history lilly-white cast anchors

These
liberal scum-bags have the audacity to call the Tea Party Patriots
racist despite the fact that the head of the Tea Party patriots is a
black man.



In order for reality to fit into their deranged mind-set, they make insane statements.

Here is their latest and it's a doosey!

Here is a quote on leftist moron Martin Bashir's TV show on MSNBC.

"One of the things about Herman Cain is, I think that he makes that

white Republican base of the party feel okay, feel like they are not

racist because they can like this guy," Finney said. "I think he giving

that base a free pass. And I think they like him because they think he's

a black man who knows his place.
I know that's harsh, but that's how it

sure seems to me."

"Thank you for spelling that out," Bashir responded. "




Liberal racism watch: Is Herman Cain a 'black man that knows his place?'






















More:

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/msnbc-analyst-...


The Weekly Standard??? Hilarious!


The sad truth is that Herman Cain is the person talking about his race 99% of the time...and his Sodahead followers, of course. But thank goodness you found a jerk on 'the other side' who will echo Cain's own statements. Kudos!

If you can actually respond to the free speech hater:

http://www.sodahead.com/united-states/liberal-racism-watch-is...

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  • melly~thwarting Satan since... 2011/10/29 09:13:20
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    melly~thwarting Satan since 1971
    +17
    Let's get this straight: Here is a GOP Presidenti­al hopeful who will be responsibl­e for the economic welfare of the entire nation should he be duly elected, and his only answer to those that are without work, in many cases, through no fault of their own, is to go home? He then adds insult to injury by stating these people ought not to blame people who are successful while ensuring they blame themselves for failure? Of course, he neglects to clarify that those within the movement are not against people being successful in a capitalist­ic society; but against those who cannot be satisfied with the already greedy behavior they have enjoyed for the previous 30 years with absolutely no accountabi­lity. You know, the ones who basically make money off of money?

    And we have people like Paul Ryan and Herman Cain saying that the President engages in class warfare?

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  • dandieselonian 2012/06/29 12:00:54
    Herman Cain is a slave on the plantation of the Tea Party, I watch MSNBC as I...
    dandieselonian
    herman cain cannot be the HNIC
  • melly~t... dandies... 2012/06/30 00:58:54
  • mk, Smartass Oracle 2012/04/10 12:12:12
  • melly~t... mk, Sma... 2012/04/10 21:37:29 (edited)
  • mk, Sma... melly~t... 2012/04/11 22:12:00
  • aneed2know 2011/12/27 08:03:01
    Hee Hee Haw
    aneed2know
    +1
    Cain the Pokemon Master. Need we say more.
  • Boris D. aneed2know 2012/06/30 01:32:03
    Boris D.
    I think you are confused with someone else...
    http://nextlol.com/images/436...

  • jams 2011/10/31 17:25:43
    Hee Hee Haw
    jams
    +5
    I'm still waiting on the Five Dollar Foot Long candidate.

    999 herman cain
  • melly~t... jams 2011/10/31 21:25:33
  • Piper 2011/10/30 01:15:38 (edited)
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    Piper
    +4
    I do believe that it was Mr Cain himself who made an "issue" of his race first, and those who support him.
    (I missed that melly mad the same observation in her poll; how embarrassing.)
  • ken Piper 2011/10/30 12:50:36
    ken
    +3
    It was Democrats that called the Clintons racist during the campaign last time we had a presidential election and Democrats that saw fit to steal the nomination from a woman that won the primary. Why Clinton took the bribe of a cabinet position to go away quietly is anyones guess. I lost a ton of respect for her for rolling over to the powers that be in the Democratic Party. What a sad spectacle. Maybe she'll enlighten us as to why after Obama loses in 2012.
  • Piper ken 2011/10/30 17:10:37
    Piper
    +1
    True, some of that went on. Obama won more total votes than Clinton in the contests where they both appeared on the ballot. Clinton won the popular vote only if you count votes from Michigan, where Obama’s name did not appear on the ballot. I don't really believe the nomination was "stolen" from Hilary.
  • ken Piper 2011/10/30 18:50:12
    ken
    +2
    Clinton won in Texas and lost the nomination based on a convoluted caucus system, and several other states' super-delegates ignored the will of their constituents. Was it because she is a woman? I believe it was. Either that or threats, intimidation and/or bribery.
  • Piper ken 2011/10/30 22:11:02
    Piper
    +2
    "Convoluted" elections are not a new thing. Happens on both "sides" and no, I don't want to believe that the good 'ole boy network is strong enough to strong-arm a woman out of the picture, could be though.
  • aneed2know ken 2011/12/27 08:07:24
    aneed2know
    +1
    Okay Ken lets stop pretending, democrats did not go after Cain because he is black they went after him because of these statements.




    or




    or






    so please stop with they dont liek blacks that are not democrats, you dont hear any one going after JC Watts, Gen Powell, both black men.
  • ken aneed2know 2011/12/29 10:32:39
    ken
    +1
    I never even mentioned Cain in my responses above.
  • jams Piper 2011/10/31 17:28:22
    jams
    +5
    If he wasn't black he wouldn't out-poll any of the other TP candidates. He gives old people a reason to claim they're not racist, and they like that.
  • Piper jams 2011/10/31 17:48:44
    Piper
    +1
    No doubt.
  • Piper jams 2011/10/31 17:49:34
    Piper
    +2
    No doubt.
  • ken jams 2011/11/01 00:05:28
    ken
    Kinda like voting for an unknown community organizer just because he's gonna be the first black man in the White House? Methinks maybe a great many of you folks are losing your frickin' minds.
  • jams ken 2011/11/01 00:10:55
    jams
    You're a Cainiac now?
  • ken jams 2011/11/01 00:16:34
    ken
    No, but I am against ANYONE playing the race card just because the man is a Republican. I believe he's sincere and should be criticized on his merits (or lack thereof) and not his race or what his perceived motivation may be or the motivation of those folks supporting him in this endeavor.
  • Dave 2011/10/29 16:29:53
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    Dave
    +5
    It doesn't matter what color Herman Cain is. It comes down to the fact he's a corporatist and is only out to make himself a buck or promote himself. He cares little about this country and can only love himself.
  • ken Dave 2011/10/30 12:52:03
    ken
    Sounds like thousands of other politicians, including one Barack Hussein Obama.
  • **StarzAbove** 2011/10/29 15:35:02
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    **StarzAbove**
    +5
    Another funny fellow the GOP is touting. He hasn't got a chance to win. When will they put someone out there that is credible.
  • melly~t... **Starz... 2011/10/29 15:48:23
    melly~thwarting Satan since 1971
    +8
    I know--their only reasonable* candidate, Huntsman, is at the bottom of the polls.


    *doesn't include kooky Mormon beliefs like Native Americans are really ancient Israelites, etc.
  • **Starz... melly~t... 2011/10/29 22:23:54
    **StarzAbove**
    +6
    I agree Huntsman is the only reasonable and sensible one but they don't want that kind. They prefer the kooks like Cain, Perry, and Bachman. ewww.
  • ETpro 2011/10/29 15:17:11
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    ETpro
    +3
    There's big money and power available from the likes of the Koch Brothers and the corporate multinationals if a US black man like Cain or a Latino like Marco Rubio is willing to sell his own people down the river to transfer whatever remains of the wealth the US middle class and working poor held up to the top 1% and sing the corporatist party line of the Repugs.
  • bags 2011/10/29 15:01:58 (edited)
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    bags
    +6
    A black man that knows his place! Yeah, he does....anywhere he, or any other man (regardless of color, religion or gender preference) can dream of and earn.

    That being said, I can't vote for this man.....seriously.

    And I'm blocked from the other thread.
  • socokid 2011/10/29 14:57:53
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    socokid
    +6
    Purposefully creating your own echo chamber through blocking all dissent is the sign of intellectual laziness and childish defensiveness.

    "He's" a spittin' image...

  • melly~t... socokid 2011/10/29 15:27:33
    melly~thwarting Satan since 1971
    +6
    Ha!

    I just remember the time he told me I hate the Constitution--and then blocked me. Poor dear.
  • socokid melly~t... 2011/10/29 19:01:19
    socokid
    +4
    I see behavior like that a lot within my 5 year old's circle of friends.
  • ken socokid 2011/10/30 12:54:21
    ken
    +3
    True, and there are many more just like him on both sides of the aisle here at SH.
  • melly~t... ken 2011/10/30 13:24:38
    melly~thwarting Satan since 1971
    +3
    That's for certain.
  • socokid ken 2011/10/30 13:52:41
    socokid
    +3
    Absolutely!
  • HAlex1972 socokid 2011/11/19 09:18:01
    HAlex1972
    +1
    That clip was hilarious! LMAO
  • socokid HAlex1972 2011/11/19 12:30:25
    socokid
    +1
    Right? LOL. I watch it at least once a week. ;-)
  • HOMBRE 2011/10/29 14:40:56
    Herman Cain is a hero of the Tea Party patriots because of his values
    HOMBRE
    you KNOW WHAT FUNNY THESE COMENTS THESE Fly-by news and talk show have a racist tone to them and you dont see Repubs crying the racist tool the left always cry. If what was said to Obama what they said about Cain every news organization be having a hissy fit calling out your a racist
  • melly~t... HOMBRE 2011/10/29 15:28:06
    melly~thwarting Satan since 1971
    +5
    Herman Cain talks about his race constantly.

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