Herman Cain Sings
November 1, 2011 by staff
Herman Cain Sings, Herman Cain began to sing at the National Press Club on Halloween, with a short version of Dottie Rambo “He looked beyond my faults and saw my needs.” The song was the culmination of a long day of “tap” of Cain, who spent most of the day claiming his innocence in a sexual harassment lawsuit by two former employees bought female National Restaurant Association. The lawsuit, filed while Cain was director general of the organization, accused him of “inappropriate conduct and sexually suggestive,” according to Politico. Both women signed agreements with the organization when he accepted a financial settlement, and left.
Cain song, however, is indicative of their inability to find the note that will make him an acceptable candidate for the moderate wing of the Republican Party and Karl Rove. Cain political minstrel show can come to a swift end, however, if these allegations against him bread.
The candidate has denied the smells of lies, errors, and cases of foot disease in the mouth that have catapulted to the top of the Republican primary vote. When playing against the rising tide of questions with the phrases “That’s wrong,” “I did not know” about a payment, and then, less than three hours later in a taped segment saying that he knew of an effective settlement, Cain does someone who has, at least, a bad memory, but worse, a liar in series.
The worst part of Cain, p**ping, is that he used the National Press Club event to try to insert their faith as a damper on the conversation.
Cain, a member of Antioch Baptist Church North in Atlanta, Georgia, has referred to his Christian faith in the election campaign, and has recorded a gospel album. Cain singing “He looked beyond my faults”, was, in my opinion, a combination of minstrel show, a riff of Amos and Andy, without Amos, and a malicious input. Upon entering the mode of entertainment to people, Cain ably dealt with two bear witness to their faith Teavangelical base, while at the same time, throwing the crowd of reporters outside the court of the sexual harassment suit . At the same time admitted that while “others saw their faults, He (Jesus) saw my need.” One wonders what failures are actually Cain.
I hesitated to write about # TheHermanCain in part because, honestly, it bothers me. I understand African-American conservative Republican, but Herman Cain is pleasing to the worst racial fantasies about black man who loves whites that their own life. Cain’s statement at the National Press Club: “The white people can not expect a lot like” – sounds like slapstick. A Morehouse man who did not participate in the events of the civil rights while in school in Atlanta in early 1960, Cain also blames blacks for being “brainwashed” by the Democratic Party not to be open minded and consider a conservative point of view point. Cain also believes that “Planned Parenthood promotes black genocide” Maafa line 21. Others may disagree, but Cain arrogant dismissal of anyone who disagrees with him, and his stance on race, may be attempts to convince his audience that transcends race. On the contrary.
Cain song, his effusive joy that the “whites” will love him, and his constant joking called everything reminds me of a statue that was placed in Louisiana in 1927, called “Uncle Jack, Darky good.” Designed to honor the faithful slaves to keep the plantations, while their masters went to war, the statue is a plaque that reads: “Erected by the city of Natchitoches in appreciation of the arduous and faithful services of the good darkies of Louisiana. ” The statue aggravated many blacks, but it was not ‘t kept in storage until the civil rights movement.
The statue, like Cain, performance and desire to please, singing and joking make it look like a racial back with a core of Ayn Rand. Unlike the rest of the Republican field, the behavior of Cain, like it or not, is read through a racial lens, even when it claims the number of white people like him. Consciously making “race” of Cain called “confidence” erode its viability as a real candidate. Cain shows can lead to the application if it can eventually be improvised campaign together. However, this brainwashing African American teacher, Cain out of my TV with its 2012 show 21st-century troubadour can not come soon enough.
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