Are we to believe that Herman Cain is an idiot?

29 Nov

That’s what the MSM is expecting us to do, in the wake of all of the hideous allegations against the Hermanator. 

But I have to look at this from Cain’s perspective.  Why would anyone run for President if he knew that there were true skeletons in the closet?  It is a well recognized fact that running for office, especially the highest office in the land, will bring about background spelunkers, dumpster divers, and well financed fabricators who claim to have ties to a candidate. 

If there are ‘issues’, it would be best to quietly shrink  to the background.

Am I expected to believe that Herman doesn’t know that?

Am I supposed to believe that Herman Cain is so disconnected from reality that he’d feel impervious to such indiscretions? 

Is Herman Cain an idiot?

That’s what they expect us to believe.

Say what you will about the man, but an idiot he is not.  And this character assassination bears all of the hall marks of an Obama hit job engineered by David Axelrod and David Plouffe, because they have used the same tactic to clear the field in the past, elevating the Kenyan-ish-y kinda sorta American-ish-y guy through intermediate races through Illinois, slashing and burning all comers in Obama’s improbable and unfortunate rise to the presidency.

Don’t get me wrong.  Cain has fumbled on policy issues and that well may disqualify him.  But for supporters to fall for the media accusation frenzy, the unvetted accusation frenzy, is disappointing.  

No.  It’s disgusting. 

Obama and Axelrod would have you fall for the stereotype of the BLACK GUY, always chasing white tail.

Funny.  We don’t hear anything about Obama’s girl (or boy?) friends prior to First Lady Thunder Thighs.  There has apparently been no history or anything since

Why is that?


Posted by on November 29, 2011 in politics


2 responses to “Are we to believe that Herman Cain is an idiot?

  1. Pedro

    November 29, 2011 at 10:16 pm

    Lots of sentiment in Herman’s (recent) home geography of Atlanta that he never really anticipated ascending and that his campaign run was motivated by future book sales. I’m not suggesting that I believe that but it could hold some credibility if allegations hold water. The question of “why” certainly deserves some thought and consideration.

  2. John D'Oh

    November 29, 2011 at 11:11 pm

    I find it interesting how the original allegations of harassment have quietly melted away and the women seem to have been discredited, leaving me to conlude that they were less than truthful, hence the need for more accusations. The latest woman to come forth seems to have something of a less than stellar reputation. Maybe someday someone in the legacy media will actually do some real investigative reporting on this.


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