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Herman Cain believes that “stupid people are ruining America” and if things are to really change in the United States then “informed people” need to starting outvoting the “stupid people,” presumably including Democrats and Independents (and maybe even some Republicans) who voted in President Obama twice. In a related report by The Inquisitr, somewhat ironically
Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain Friday called uninformed voters "stupid people" who are "ruining America," urging those who are "well-informed" to out-vote them. He also blasted "Obamacare," saying, "It sucks," and liberals for going "crazy" when he speaks about his Christian faith.
So Herman Cain thinks stupid people just shouldn't bother to vote because they're ruining America? Surprise! I agree with him, though I'm sure we'd disagree about who those stupid people are. Via Mediaite: Herman Cain has a message for...Show More Summary
Herman “9-9-9? Cain says there are too many stupid people here who are ruining the country by voting. Cain pointed out that only 58% of registered voter actually voted in the last presidential election. “What about the 42% that stay at home?” he asked. He’s not so sure they should be voting in the first […]
Friday at the Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference in Washington, D.C., former presidential candidate and talk host Herman Cain hoped uninformed people would stop voting because he quipped, “Stupid people are ruining America.” After...Show More Summary
Herman Cain has a message for all you "stupid" people out there in America: Don't vote! The former Republican presidential primary frontrunner brought his particular brand of showmanship to the Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference on Friday, where he lamented the fact that "stupid people are ruining America."
Failed Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain—remember him?—laced into President Obama and his administration at the annual conference of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, a confab for evangelicals and pro-life activists. Cain said the Obama administration was suffering from "a crisis of crises" on the home front and abroad. Show More Summary
Ralph Reed's Faith & Freedom Coalition is having its "Road To Majority" convention in DC this weekend and they've apparently placed Obama urinal cakes in the men's restrooms. Praise! Glory! Speakers include Crazy Eyes, Herman Cain, and the usual cast of crazies. Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Mailbag Dear Herman Cain, I understand you are seeking my approval to run for President of the United States in 2016. While I don’t normally make endorsements, I believe you are a---well, let's just say you're a special case. Show More Summary
Cain might have suggested that he's waiting for a sign from God as to whether he'll run. One can only hope.
"I do not know what the future holds, but I know who holds the future. And I trust in God." Atlanta businessman and WSB Radio personality Herman Cain, who unsuccessfully ran for president in 2012, hints that another campaign is possible.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
And by God, he means Morgan Freeman
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… From the C&J Mailbag Dear Herman Cain, I understand you are seeking my approval to run for President of the United States in 2016. While I don’t normally make endorsements, I believe you are a---well, let's just say you're a special case. Show More Summary
Remember Herman Cain? Jon Stewart does, and on Tuesday night's Daily Show he looked at the possibility that candidate 9-9-9 will once again seek the GOP nomination. Cain has suggested that he'll run again if he believes that it's God's will — and Stewart really wants Cain to run. Show More Summary
But only if God tells him to. As you might recall, in 2012 God told personally Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry, and Rick Santorum that he wanted them to run for president. Because he loves a hilarious clusterfuck.
Herman Cain, truly a very special Georgia peach, said he might run for President in 2016. (Of the United States). And he would do so if divine intervention is on his side. Speaking at the Republican Leadership Conference on Saturday, Cain alluded to his potential candidacy at the end of his speech. “I do not know what the […]
Herman Cain is just the latest in a long line of GOP candidates who say God told them to run for president—but apparently God never mentioned anything about winning.
Will God tell Herman Cain to run for President again? D […]
The former pizza baron says taking another run at the White House isn't really up to him