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fried eggs Donating Member (178 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Mar-31-11 09:28 PM
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Tea bagger and presidential hopeful Cain says media is afraid of a real black man
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"The political establishment is not going to elect Herman Cain. The political elite's are not going to support
me," Cain said. "ABC, CBS and NBC they're still in denial that I'm even a legitimate candidate."

And why do members of the media treat Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann of Wisconsin and former Republican Alaska Gov.
Sarah Palin so "viciously"?

"Because they know that Michele Bachmann or Sarah Palin is going to draw a lot of the women vote away from the Democrat
Party," Cain said. "They are scared to death of that, if they were to run and get the nomination. They are doubly scared that a
real black man might run against Barack Obama." /

I have an idea for the GOP: Herman Cain / Allen West for 2012! Herman Cain already won a straw poll in Iowa. A black power
teabag ticket would be enough to make their heads explode!
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