Friday, September 30, 2011

Herman "Munster" Cain? The Truth About Black People and Free Markets

Herman "Munster" Cain. The Frankenstein Monster of IHAD people
Growing up, I used to love watching The Munsters on Nick at Nite. Though the show was in black and white, hearing Herman Munster - played by the hilarious Fred Gwynne - laugh helped the viewer forget that the gag of him being "green" was lost because it wasn't in color.

One has to ponder if presidential candidate Herman Cain isn't the Frankenstein monster of the Republican Party's "IHAD" (I Had A Dream... those who actually believe that "judging by character" is going to happen despite Disingenuous White Liberals attacking the concept of whiteness at every opportunity) wing, a Black guy promoted to show how 'post-racial' and 'anti-racist' conservatives really are in the face of the daunting task of unseating an incredibly unpopular incumbent president who also happens to be Black.

An article at Real Clear Politics danced around the question on everyone's mind: what happens if Barack Obama loses to a white dude in November of 2012? How will Organized Blackness react when white Americans vote for the Republican candidate for president at levels never before seen in elections? Remember, in 2010 white Americans helped usher in the repudiation of Mein Obama, and in November of 2012 it will be white Americans in North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Michigan, Virginia, and other states that give the electoral college votes to the Republican candidate (whoever that will be).

How will Organized Blackness react in cities such as Atlanta, Detroit, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Washington D.C., Cleveland, St. Louis, etc., when Barack Obama is defeated? Is it wrong to say the reaction could be reminiscent of what we witnessed in Los Angeles in 1992? Perhaps a reversal of the cheers for the exoneration of O.J. Simpson in 1995 and the collected sigh of relief let out by Organized Blackness?

In 2008, white people swept up in a wave of euphoria at the thought of being able to say, "I voted for a Black president," along with saying "I have Black friend," when accused of racism, helped elect the Affirmative Action candidate to the highest office in the land.

Those days are gone.

With the Republican candidate field for the presidential nomination being horribly weak, Herman "Munster" Cain has crawled his way to the top of the heap by promising to be the "Black man" who can beat the "Black man" in the White House.

Saying things like "Black people have been brainwashed into not being open-minded" when it comes to voting in monolithic racial patterns for Democratic candidates, Herman "Munster" Cain's stock immediately went up in the eyes of IHAD people within the Republican Party. That no one ever stops to think how Black people would fare in a country without affirmative action, racial quotas, mandated diversity and lowering of standards to accommodate Black people and ensure their acceptance into schools (undergraduate, law, and medical), police training, the military, firefighting careers, etc., or how Black people would fare without Black-Run America (BRA) protecting their interests is a reason Herman" Munster" Cain exists.

Look, it makes sense for Black people to vote Democrat. The Democrats want bigger government and bigger taxes, to pay for more welfare, section 8 housing, EBT/SNAP cards, and programs that disproportionately go to helping the Black community. Also, by expanding the government and creating new federal agencies, the opportunity for the Black middle-class to grow through their reliance on government jobs is increased.

Let's face it: the overwhelming majority of Black people can't compete in the free market. Adam Smith didn't factor in the Black Undertow when he wrote The Wealth of Nations. Thus, voting for a party that promises them free health care, housing, EBT/SNAP cards, welfare, and potential career paths through the ever increasing federal, state, and local government seems like a pretty good deal for Black people.

If the invisible hand of the free market won't help, then the visible handouts from Democrats sure will! I agree with Black people who call other Black people "Uncle Tom's" for voting Republican. If a true color-blind society ever existed in America (where affirmative action, the concept of BRA, and the EEOC were all gone) how would Black people actually fare and compete?

How?

Considering how bad Black unemployment (and graduation rates) is in a country where affirmative action, BRA and the EEOC do exist - and freely discriminate against white people - that should be all you need to know when considering how Black people will fare if free markets - and freedom of association - were actually tolerated.

No, the only reason Herman "Munster" Cain is even talked about as a serious candidate for president is because he is Black. And if IHAD people have their way, it will be two Black guys squaring off for the presidency of the United States of America.

Because Republicans actually believe that Black people would fare better voting Republican - they wouldn't - we have been forced to see the Frankenstein monster of that party unleashed upon the country: Herman "Munster" Cain.

The next 13 months are going to be incredibly interesting. White people have abandoned Mein Obama in record numbers; Mein Obama is rallying the ethnic minorities to his side; and Herman "Munster" Cain is being touted as a legitimate candidate to be the next POTUS.

We get it Tea Party folks; you will stop at nothing to have people believe you aren't racist. Even if this means electing another Black guy to POTUS to remove the eternal sin of being white (automatically making you a racist in the eyes of BRA).

Herman "Munster" Cain, the former CEO of Godfather's Pizza, yet another attempt for white people to show that they aren't racist. We went to the moon once because we invested billions into moving forward. Now, we can't go to Mars because we must always apologize for the past.

Here's to the next 13 months!






101 comments:

Playing Roots Backwards said...

My guess is that a lot of White folks are supporting this caricature of an Oreo because they erroneously concluded that those scary cannibals won't be angry with us if we put another Watermelon Man in the White House.

Van said...

I've predicted that the Obama team would go racial during the 2012 campaign because he has nothing else. I still think it'll be a part of his election strategy, although primarily through various supporters while his statements will be more vague. But I forgot about simple class warfare, which is the tactic he is currently employing.

His goal of framing the GOP as the party of the wealthy, and forming a coalition of poor and middle class voters will fail. The middle class will see their declining incomes and falling property values, and largely realize that their interests are more closely aligned with the wealthy.

Currently, the CBC is giving Obama the opportunity to play the Cosby role. This isn't designed to actually reach blacks, its designed to convince whites that Obama is above race. The goal is to make Obama seem realistic and detached, so when the GOP is accused of racism it'll have more weight. Its calculated political grandstanding. Obama can risk alienating blacks, because they'll still vote for him when push comes to shove.

He's losing the Jewish vote. If the GOP nominates someone palatable, a significant political contributions will shift from Dem to GOP.

I still believe the violence directed towards whites during the summer of 2012 will make this summer seem insignificant. There will be multiple conflicts on voting day. After the Obama loss, chaos in several cities. If you live in an area with a large black population, be extremely careful - it won't be 1992 LA where they burn their own neighborhoods. Recent attacks have seen blacks intentionally going into white neighborhoods looking for victims. This will be bad.

Bringing back my gym observations - I've overheard conversations. They're getting upset about how Obama has been treated. I have (supposedly educated) co-workers who think no one cared about budgets and deficits until O was in the White House.

I'm going to go out on a limb (kidding) and say the GOP nominates Romney - there just isn't anyone else. Romney has handled himself extremely well in the debates, and comes off as confident and optimistic. By comparison, Obama will seem tired, irritable, and petty.

The electoral college will be relatively close because of NY and CA. The popular vote will be a landslide.

Sheila said...

If there's an election in 2012, Obama will win. There will be fraud on a massive scale, and blatant White voter intimidation. Despite grumbling and lots of excited news stories, the Jews will vote for him, along with the blacks, hispanics, and most Asians. Add in the DWL cohort, stir in extra fraud, and you have a victory.

The pace things are moving at, however, there may not be an election. Van Jones is predicting (and planning on) a movement here to rival the "Arab Spring." Obama will get his brown shirts and mahogany mobs in gear, and when the inevitable happens - i.e. one White guy who has had enough and is armed reacts to this racial provocation - there will be martial law due to a state of national emergency. I'm betting Bev Perdue is being schooled right now for her premature mention of "cancelling" elections until our rulers get a handle on things. I've been arguing this since 08 - he will NEVER willingly leave the White House and the power, prestige, and White man's money.

I am utterly appalled but totally unsurprised at all on the purported right who are crowing about Cain, their new magic negro. It's just more evidence that what Paul has termed "the standard" still rules most Whites' actions. Besides, blacks have always claimed ownership once they've won a position - just as the Senate seat in Chicago is now eternally reserved for a black, so too is the presidency. Once you go black they'll never let you go back.

The day that "disparate impact" on IQ tests is bridged, and blacks are required to follow the same standards as Whites, I will consider a black a legitimate candidate: in other words, it ain't gonna happen. The repukes have no one on offer I care to vote for, so I will sit out the farce of an election that I doubt will take place.

Natassia said...

Hey now. I am so right-wing I make Sarah Palin look like a Progressive, but I like Herman Cain. First of all, his tax plan is radical enough to make me think he'd actually shake things up rather than continue to perpetuate the socialist status quo.

Secondly, he is intelligent--mathematician smart, not community organizer smart.

Thirdly, he knows the private sector and what it takes to encourage real growth, not government make-work growth.

And lastly, he has a classy wife. After several years of Michelle Obama, I really want to see a classy First Lady.

Anonymous said...

So your view is that the within the entire black population of this country there is no one able to run this country in a constitutional manner and respecting our Judeo-Christian heritage. Dude you might want to reconsider that point of view.

Anonymous said...

"That no one ever stops to think how Black people would fare in a country without affirmative action, racial quotas, mandated diversity and lowering of standards to accommodate Black people and ensure their acceptance into schools (undergraduate, law, and medical), police training, the military, firefighting careers, etc., or how Black people would fare without Black-Run America (BRA) protecting their interests is a reason Herman" Munster" Cain exists."

They did well enough back when the black family was intact, and indeed Cain and the rest of the talented tenth were the product of the enormous social engineering which produced the black community. If he could articulate that AA and welfare have harmed marriage(and its accompanying eugenic selection practices), and they almost certainly have by allowing women to make choices that would have meant starving earlier in our history, then he would do well. Likewise unchecked immigration has harmed blacks, both economically and via displacement.

I have not heard him articulate these arguments however, and doubt that he will. It would be foolish of me, or anyone else for that matter, to assume the best about him. Or to make the same mistake everyone made about Obama, projecting our hopes and dreams onto an individual.

As for my guess to the nominee, Romney was in exactly the same position he is now against Perry, in 2007 with McCain. It will be Perry.

Anonymous said...

Paradise Lost says:

And so as usual we ultra conservatives have to hold our noses and vote for another pussy 'false conservative ' . We either get Romney and health care or Perry the lover of brown mexcrement from south of the border. Cain if elected can do nothing unless the Senate is moved into the red.

Baldowl said...

I'm with Natassia. I genuinely like what Herman Cain is saying. The man makes sense.
And maybe it will take one to oust one. Let's keep the big picture in mind.

Van said...

Sheila:

I've had the same thought (I imagine many commenters here have). I could see some attempt, but ultimately unsuccessful. If so, the inevitable conflict will be that much worse. Blacks, with their typical inability to understand either logic or the rule of law, will feel that Obama was unfairly removed from office.

Regarding Cain, I like the guy. I think he is legitimately smart, and a true conservative. His presence in the race seems to help keep the focus on tax reform. He's good on immigration. He won't get the nomination, but he's pulling several issues in the right direction.

Even if he doesn't get the nomination, his relative success will help swing voters overcome their "racist GOP" concerns.

True, this means that I, to some extent, am playing along with BRA. But I think the black response to the campaign and Obama loss, and possible (failed) Obama martial law/coup will be a big nail in BRA's coffin.

Natassia said...

Also, I like Cain's stance on dealing with Mexico. He actually said he wouldn't worry about any Mexican humanitarian issues until the border was secure and the US was safe. He said he didn't care about causing offense to Mexico.

Van said...

I'm pinning my hopes on Congress (GOP likely to take the Senate, good odds to keep the house; with Tea Party not letting them forget what it means to be a conservative). I'll take a business man who understands the economy, is generally fiscally conservative (despite Romneycare), and is pretty good on immigration, in the White House.

All we need is someone to sign the bills a conservative Tea Party Congress sends him, and appoint conservative SC Justices.

Its too bad Cain is black - change that one thing and most of the alt-right/race realist crowd would like him. But I understand - an awakening needs to occur; people need to see the reality of race. This country being saved by one of the few truly competent black men would allow the delusion to continue.

Hal K said...

There is no voice for white people in mainstream politics. The Tea Party is accused of being pro-white, but it bends over backwards to prove that it isn't. What is missing is a faction that is admittedly pro-white. If this missing piece of the political continuum were provided, it would take the pressure off of the Tea Party types, and then we could have a genuine move to the right in this county.

Whiskey said...

I think you're doing Cain a bit of a dis-servive here. I would not vote for him because I suspect he's a race man, first and foremost, but that's the primaries. Obama is so bad, I'd rather have Cain.

Cain is rising because he's offering the Tea Party and Republican voters RED MEAT. Anti-Immigration? Check. RED MEAT. No Muslims in his cabinet? Check RED MEAT! No Perry "heartless racist?" Check RED MEAT. Calling Black voters brainwashed? Check RED MEAT.

Cain is a lot like Romney. Both fairly smart, Cain more of the operations side (Math Major, Physics Minor at Morehouse when that meant something). Cain was the turn-around guy at Pillsbury for Godfather's Pizza and something else I can't recall.

Both Cain and Romney are filling the red meat gap left open by Perry, Gingrich, Santorum, and Bachman. Cain with less to lose has been more aggressive, in offering cultural/political red meat to the base. Similar btw to what Obama did in early 2007 against Hillary -- Red Meat for the Democratic Base. Cain's rise is indicative of the thin nature of the Republican field, filled with RINOS of no appeal (Pawlenty, Perry, Christie) that the base really, really hates. With no base, no political organization, nothing but himself Cain has been far more aggressive in serving up RED MEAT on a daily basis.

What is weird is how much the Beltway/insider class hates Romney. It must be the Mormon thing, how a guy from Bain Capital is hated so much by the Establishment beats the heck out of me.

Anonymous said...

cain is ok-- he's fighting AGAINST BRA, not for it; not saying he's my guy, but let's not try to fit him into a preconceived POV

as for the election-- it won't be close in either popular vote OR electoral

it will make '80 look like a squeaker

obama is done. the period between now and the election will seem endless because the verdict has already silently been rendered by likely voters

Anonymous said...

Time will tell but almost certainly Herman Cain is just another in a long line of 'conservative' brothers who when push comes to shove can't rise to the color blind utopia that many so called conservatives embrace. The liberal right so wants to believe in an araical black that they have grabbed on to all kinds of Negro conservatives to show not only their bona fides but to also prove to the left that they are not racist. From Colin 'I Support Obama' Powell and Michael 'Hip Hop' Steele to JC 'Black TV news station' Watts and Condi 'Sin of Slavery' Rice to name just a few. The list is long. While Cain may yet be the rare or even lone ideology over race black it is doubtful. Cain is on record as supporting Affirmative Action and you can bet your ass he will never call for the dissolution of the Black Caucus or any other black group BS. How many times do whites and the right have to be kicked in the head? Are they so afraid of being a racist that they continue to embrace the one way race destruction path that we are on? Just what exactly are they trying to CONSERVE?

Whiskey said...

Let me add that Cain went NOWHERE until he got ultra-aggressive seeing a market gap with no RED MEAT being served up, and decided to fill that gap. He was nothing until he went out in the Florida meeting and served up the reddest of red meat speeches, against sad, pathetic RINO-ism of Perry and to a lesser extent Romney.

Cain can say, no Muslims in his cabinet because Muslims want Sharia Law. Now, think about that. Could Romney, or Santorum, or Bachman say that? No. THEY'RE WHITE. They are not allowed by the media, their own political consultants, and White swing voters particularly White professional women to EVER CRITICIZE non-Whites, or Muslims. Not ever. A Black guy, however, can. Those are the rules, like them or not, of PC/Multiculturalism which rule us culturally and politically. Herman Cain can say the obvious truth, Muslims want to replace our laws with Sharia. He won't get excoriated for it, he's Black. And because he's Black, in particular "Nice White Ladies" (tm Steve Sailer) won't get upset if he violates PC taboos. They way they do if Bachman, or Santorum, or heaven forfend, Sarah Palin said it. Palin's said nothing of any real controversy, yet she's hated. Cain can say whatever he wants BECAUSE HE'S BLACK and therefore protected.

I hate those rules. But there they are. They run our lives. Pretending they don't won't get us anywhere.

Whiskey said...

Cain btw performed miserably when asked foreign policy questions, such as what to do about Iranian nukes, or Pakistani jihadis, and the situation in Yemen. So outside his operations expertise in retail he's quite weak. His answers were "I'd consult with the generals." Weak.

Count me in on Obama going the full Jonestown. All he needs to do is declare some emergency, cite bogus Holder-supplied stories of Blacks being intimidated at the polls, and invalidate or cancel the election, with five Supreme Court Justices agreeing. Then his New Black Panthers armed with Fast and Furious guns, and the military (the Joint Chiefs WILL obey him since they are PC/Multiculti bound) rolling out a permanent Obama dictatorship.

What, Obama will just leave? Are you serious?

Anonymous said...

"What is missing is a faction that is admittedly pro-white. "

"pro-white" is individual liberty, free markets and judeo-christian thinking. The opposite of "acting white" is what? Communism/tribalism?

Van said...

Whiskey: "Cain can say whatever he wants BECAUSE HE'S BLACK and therefore protected."

And that's why I'm glad he's in the race. We need a voice - any voice - making those statements, pulling the conversation in the right direction. Use the rules of BRA to help bring about the downfall of BRA.

Sierra Nevada said...

I've been trying like hell to get my EU passport and citizenship and get out of the fucking loser country. LET IT BURN.

Sierra Nevada said...

A quick point for all of you - if you think it makes a bit o difference between repub and democrat, you are sadly, pathetically mistaken.

Both parties are the different sides of the same coin.

Really, wake up, and smell the napalm.

Baldowl said...

Sierra Nevada, out of the fire and back into the frying pan?

Californian said...

That no one ever stops to think how Black people would fare in a country without affirmative action, racial quotas, mandated diversity and lowering of standards to accommodate Black people and ensure their acceptance into schools (undergraduate, law, and medical), police training, the military, firefighting careers, etc...

This is a point which is rarely considered in America: how would blacks fare without all the government props? Would they descend into deeper poverty, dysfunction, and despair? Would there be endemic civil disturbances? Are all these programs thinly disguised attempts to keep the peace--a recognition that blacks can not compete without massive government assistance?

Or are all these social programs actually keeping blacks dependent and therefore unable to compete in the real world?

You have to wonder how blacks functioned at all under segregation, since none of these programs existed. But then why in those days did blacks have more cohesive families and more business start-ups? And what rates of blacks dropping out of school and criminality?

Anyway, what would happen if tomorrow all affirmative action et alia ended?

JB said...

Kersey,

I can't bear to read all the comments. Awhile back, I gave accolades to the commentary here for an upswing in the discourse.

Apparently, I was a bit premature in that.

Where did these people come from, with their "Cain this" and their "Cain that?" Do they not understand a single thing you've been exposing, lo, these many months?

For the love of pizza, Kersey, do they not understand that, no matter what, Cain is an African-American [sic]?

I thought we were making inroads here.

Now, maybe not so much.

Hopefully, it's only a temporary departure from reality, brought on by the bizarre mania political discourse engenders.

Ugh. I need to take a shower.

Just...yuck.

Indianapolis said...

I didn't oppose Obama because he is black.
I opposed him because he's a leftist loon.

I don't support Harman Cain because he is black.
I support him because he's competent to be president.

Baldowl said...

What Indianapolis said.
Common sense has no color.

Anonymous said...

"For the love of pizza, Kersey, do they not understand that, no matter what, Cain is an African-American [sic]?"

yes the human race is stupid no?

Anonymous said...

as a white guy i ain't being stupid like black folk: crackers for cain. multi cult no?

Anonymous said...

Wow. I subscribed to this blog, a few months back, because you seemed like you were talking sense.

But you're just another racist. You judge Herman Cain by his race instead of his deeds.

Back to ignorant bliss for me.

Anonymous said...

The problem with Cain (aside from, you know, the obvious) is that his 9-9-9 plan becomes a 10-10-10 plan down the road. And a 15-15-15 plan later on. That's how its designed.

The only conservative choice is Paul. He's the only one who wants to lessen the power of the federal government. He's the only one who actually wants to dismantle the welfare state.

He's the only one who wants to stop all foreign aid and he's the only one who's interested in not getting our troops killed in the middle east - which is probably the best part of his platform.

The people in the middle east have been fighting each other forever. Without Americans to shoot at they will resume killing each other again. The muslim terrorist problem is first and foremost an immigration problem. Mucking around in the middle east does nothing to address it.

Natassia said...

JB,

And if you went to the MRM blogs, I am sure someone would say something disparaging about my abilities and trustworthiness simply because I am a woman.

I see a black man first as the MAN he is. He is a human like me. And then I judge him based on his behavior and his words. Unfortunately, most black men speak and act in a certain way, but it doesn't mean there are not good, intelligent, conservative Christian black men out there.

If you want more mealy-mouthed Republican wussypants who walk on the eggshells of racial politics, vote for Romney or Perry. As for myself, if Cain means what he says, he's twice the conservative and just as much a man as Perry or Romney.

rae4palin said...

You watched the Munsters on Nick? I watched them when they were new episodes!

Anonymous said...

This notion that you need a black conservative to oppose Obama is just as childish as the notion that a black president would somehow have been really 'neato' or better somehow simply by virtue of the fact that he was black. We saw how that worked out.

Btw, look at that photo of him. That forced laugh- there's no audio but you can see it. It's that typical forced laugh so many blacks have - it's really very sad- sad because they don't realize we can see it's forced and sad because it's obvious there's something WRONG.

Anonymous said...

"Do they not understand a single thing you've been exposing, lo, these many months?"

Sorry, although I am not hesitant to recognize "black" behavior, I will always judge an individual person based on his individual merits.

Just as sure as there are some white people who don't behave according to white standards, there are some black people who don't behave like negroes.

I understand that some here find this objectionable, and I don't give a fuck.

Allen West is my congressmen. I voted for him. I'll vote for him again.

I like Herman Cain, and I'm not concerned with proving I'm not a racist. His emergence has nothing to do with his race, and everything to do with what he says.

Anonymous said...

""I didn't oppose Obama because he is black.
I opposed him because he's a leftist loon.

I don't support Harman Cain because he is black.
I support him because he's competent to be president.""

And this is why we are in trouble. The true believers. The ones who have bought what has been being sold for the last 50+ years. They believe that race is 'just a skin color' in spite of reality. They believe.

I have a dream that someday people will wake the hell up....

MuayTyson said...

Do we really need a black savior to save us from the black destroyer? A vote for Cain is a racial vote. Don't forget many of us thought Colin Powell was above race. Fool me once....

Anonymous said...

Allen West is my congressmen. I voted for him. I'll vote for him again.

Another 'conservative' hero. Mr Black Caucus. Note that West has no problem with the idea of a Black Caucus just that it needs more like him. God save us from the naive, suicidal and Borg whites.

I like Herman Cain, and I'm not concerned with proving I'm not a racist. His emergence has nothing to do with his race, and everything to do with what he says.

That is almost complete and total bullshit. The right and the Tea Party have been falling all over themselves to prove they are not racist. Herman Cain is their man and their salvation.

Stuff Black People Don't Like said...

Last anon,

Bingo. If we were playing Monopoly, you'd have just passed Go and collected $200.

This is my primary criticism of the Tea Party (and Republicans in general).

Anonymous said...

Up until Perry's crash-n-burn, Cain wasn't even an afterthought. He was polling around 3%.

You guys are fucking idiots.

Anonymous said...

"The right and the Tea Party have been falling all over themselves to prove they are not racist."

No, they haven't.

Anonymous said...

"That is almost complete and total bullshit."

Translation:
"If you disagree with me, I'll call you a liar-liar-pants-on-fire".

Very mature.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but it's difficult - no, IMPOSSIBLE for me to believe that any negro could ever accomplish anything at all without some kind of squirrelly affirmative action or just dumb luck - SOMETHING.

Why, because I'm biased? Of COURSE I'm biased- I've never met a black person who could be trusted or believed in work, etc.- and that including the clean, well, dressed 'respectable' ones.

I smell something fishy about this well scrubbed Groid just like all of them.

Anonymous said...

Anytime that racist is thrown at the right instead of telling the Black Caucus, Marxist and DWL's to go fuck themselves all many of them can do is back up. They start rambling about how there are blacks at the Tea Party rallys, how they support Herman Cain or Allen 'Black Caucus' West, how they could vote for Colin Powell(oops I guess that was before his true nature came out) or Condi Rice(oops again). They are constantly defending themselves and on their heals not standing on principal. The Party was and is overwhelmingly white(can't have that) but instead of the Tea Party saying 'so what'!? they tap dance. In spite of the fact that the very people leveling this BS accusation are the epitome of that which they accuse of. They do nothing but support racial BS to our detriment and you weak, mamby pamby conservatives help in the process. No sir a good portion of the right and whites are always backing up about race. Even as race is being used as the battering ram for our destruction. The Marxist use race to destroy and all many of the right can do is try to prove they are not racist. Not a winning strategy. Just ask South Africa, Rhodesia and England how that is all working out?

Anonymous said...

Mindless Fucktards on the Left: "You hate Obama because he's black".

Mindless Fucktards on the Right: "You like Cain because he's black".

Opposite sides of the same coin.

Anonymous said...

"Anytime that racist is thrown at the right"

There are millions who make up "the right".

You don't speak for them, and you look foolish attempting to do so.

stari_momak said...

It is pathetic that white folk support Cain in a desperate effort to 'prove' they are not racist.

At the same time, look at it like this, is there any candidate better than Cain on policies that would actually help white folks? He's great on border security, great on Islam, great on immigration.

Would I rather vote for a white candidate with Cain's policies -- yes. But that is not on offer. Given the choice we have, I think Cain is the best choice to advance white interests.

Midwestern said...

One of our local conservative talk show hosts has been falling all over himself and gushing over Herman Cain, whom he says has a "Southern Baptist preacher style" which makes him feel all warm and fuzzy when Cain speaks.
I sent him the following articles about black racial consciousness, which is different from white racial consciousness, and mentioned that the Republican party needs to stop pandering to blacks and other victim groups and start appealing to their white base. And that blacks view pandering as a weakness in whites, and do not have respect for whites who do not promote their race and their own white heritage.

You all need to read these articles and then decide:

http://www.amren.com/ar/2006/09/index.html
http://www.amren.com/ar/2006/10/index.html
http://www.amren.com/ar/2006/11/index.html

Van said...

I dont want Cain to get the nomination; and, yes, race is a factor. Americans need to wake up to the reality of race - a Cain presedency, no matter how successful in the short term - would prevent that.

But I still give credit where its due. The guy has been too successful to be a pure AA recipient. He's been in top positions where he couldn't hide.

I agree the 999 plan would eventually become 12-12-12, but at least we're talking about reform. Credit where its due. At least we're talking about immigration and Islam on our terms. As Whiskey pointed out, only a black guy can (mostly) get away with that. If those are the rules os BRA, we should exploit them. If Cain helps bring swing voters to the GOP and eventual white male nominee, so be it.

Take the longview.

Anonymous said...

You don't speak for them, and you look foolish attempting to do so.

I don't need to speak them they speak for themselves. Just visit Freepers or any other 'conservative' site.

John said...

My lengthy post failed to post. I hate computers.

This all comes down to the further negrofication of America, period. And that is, simply stated, wholly pernicious.

Anonymous said...

It seems that certain whites are always searching for their Great Black Hope. I would not vote for Cain, or any other Negro simply from principle. Look at Colin Powell and Condy Rice, and how they repaid their Republican friends. When the rubber meets the road Negro "conservatives" (any Negro, actually) will always be black first. Don't kid yourselves.

Anonymous said...

"This all comes down to the further negrofication of America, period. And that is, simply stated, wholly pernicious."

As I asked people during the last election when they were excited about having a black president: Which part of the black world are we hoping to emulate? Already a big chunk of planet earth is run by blacks. Which part do we admire & wish to be more like ... Haiti, Detroit, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Liberia...? of course the question is deeply offensive & never gets an answer. But I'll definitely be asking it again if Cain is nominated.

Old White Jim said...

I looked at http://www.factcheck.org/ to see what kind of whoppers Cain has been telling, but up to now he has been too unimportant to attract their attention. I expect they will be all over his ebony ass before long.

Zenster said...

Look, it makes sense for Black people to vote Democrat. The Democrats want bigger government and bigger taxes, to pay for more welfare, section 8 housing, EBT/SNAP cards, and programs that disproportionately go to helping the Black community. Also, by expanding the government and creating new federal agencies, the opportunity for the Black middle-class to grow through their reliance on government jobs is increased.

I reluctantly agree that the Liberal mendicant voter plantation attitude might make some sort of "sense" to your typical low IQ Black person.

However, if Blacks truly wish to survive ― a significant question in and of itself ― they must rise above the crippling Liberal enablement of their very worst character traits and seek a path towards true socioeconomic stability. Yeah, fat chance, I know.

Let's face it: the overwhelming majority of Black people can't compete in the free market. Adam Smith didn't factor in the Black Undertow when he wrote The Wealth of Nations. Thus, voting for a party that promises them free health care, housing, EBT/SNAP cards, welfare, and potential career paths through the ever increasing federal, state, and local government seems like a pretty good deal for Black people.

Again, only for those ― to wit, an unfortunately large majority of Blacks ― who are incapable of bootstrapping themselves. The real Black survivors should know damn well what a drip fed poison Liberal AA, welfare and the rest of their plantation mentality is for Black America.

If the invisible hand of the free market won't help, then the visible handouts from Democrats sure will! I agree with Black people who call other Black people "Uncle Tom's" for voting Republican. If a true color-blind society ever existed in America (where affirmative action, the concept of BRA, and the EEOC were all gone) how would Black people actually fare and compete?

How?


On their own merits. Period.

Yes, I know that it is a foreign concept ― especially in the current milieu of an America so thoroughly infected by Cultural Marxism ― but none of it changes the Darwinian aspect of how legitimate Black citizens will need to find a way out of the mirror maze constructed by Liberalism's soft racism of lowered expectations.

Anonymous said...

"It seems that certain whites are always searching for their Great Black Hope."

Any whites searching for a Great Black Hope voted for him in 2008.

Zenster said...

Van: I've predicted that the Obama team would go racial during the 2012 campaign because he has nothing else.

Well, duh! (No offense intended). Since when has Obama ever avoided playing the ― Eric "Our People" Holder ― race card for a dime's worth of gain, even when it depends upon some of the most racist Jim Crow doctrine?

I still think it'll be a part of his election strategy, although primarily through various supporters while his statements will be more vague. But I forgot about simple class warfare, which is the tactic he is currently employing.

In this, Obama is like every other wealthy politician. Better to inspire horizontal class warfare than to allow the present circumstances of elite corruption and looting to invite what they dread above all else; namely, vertical class warfare.

Currently, the CBC is giving Obama the opportunity to play the Cosby role. This isn't designed to actually reach blacks, its designed to convince whites that Obama is above race.

Fat chance. Black thug culture is eroding that perception like a rip tide on a steep beach. Mahogany Mobs, knockout kings and Family Reunions are neutralizing much of the preexisting inclination that White America once had to give Blacks any benefit of the doubt.

The goal is to make Obama seem realistic and detached, so when the GOP is accused of racism it'll have more weight. Its calculated political grandstanding. Obama can risk alienating blacks, because they'll still vote for him when push comes to shove.

In that you are absolutely correct. Blacks will rally around Obama like Titanic passengers who simply could not convince themselves that their ship was anything but "unsinkable".

However, even the mere idea of Obama being "realistic and detached" defies all imagination save for the most thoroughly deluded. Sadly, the electoral landscape is overpopulated with delusional voters but that is another matter.

He's losing the Jewish vote. If the GOP nominates someone palatable, a significant political contributions will shift from Dem to GOP.

If Obama keeps up with his demand that Israel returns to its pre-1967 borders, that will be a sure thing.

A huge game-changer will be if American Christians can hang an albatross of the Coptic Christian genocide going on in "Arab Spring" Egypt ― and other such religio-ethnic cleansing happening all through those countries ― around Obama'a Muslim appeasing neck. All through his administration, Obama has been kissing Islamic arse so vigorously that he now blows his nose with toilet paper.

Anonymous said...

"they must rise above the crippling Liberal enablement of their very worst character traits and seek a path towards true socioeconomic stability."

Lawful, responsible behavior is unnatural for blacks, and therefore must be forced upon them. They survived pre-welfare by staying in school, and forming two-parent families...an unthinkable hardship.

Zenster said...

Van: Blacks, with their typical inability to understand either logic or the rule of law, will feel that Obama was unfairly removed from office.

Better to endure whatever temporary race riots and such than unleash another four years of Obama's naked "I hate America" taurine fecal matter.

Zenster said...

Whiskey: Cain can say, no Muslims in his cabinet because Muslims want Sharia Law. Now, think about that. Could Romney, or Santorum, or Bachman say that? No. THEY'RE WHITE. They are not allowed by the media, their own political consultants, and White swing voters particularly White professional women to EVER CRITICIZE non-Whites, or Muslims. Not ever. A Black guy, however, can. Those are the rules, like them or not, of PC/Multiculturalism which rule us culturally and politically. Herman Cain can say the obvious truth, Muslims want to replace our laws with Sharia. He won't get excoriated for it, he's Black.

Listen very closely, Conservative America:

If electing Herman Cain is the only way of getting some progress towards ousting Islam's foothold in America's political and cultural body, THEN ELECT HERMAN CAIN.

Not even the urgent issue of race transcends the necessity of putting a halt to Islam's encroachment and colonization in our country.

I'd much rather see LTCL (Ret.) Allen West running in Cain's place but that's another matter.

If you need a further clue, look at how Islam so successfully plays the race card when Islam isn't even a race. We can sort out race issues later but America can ill afford another four years of turning a blind eye to Islam, much less another four of Obama's enthusiastic Muslim rectal osculation.

Anonymous said...

"Blacks will rally around Obama like Titanic passengers"

Perhaps, but I doubt it.

They were stupid enough in 2008 to believe that electing a black president would equal Negro Utopia.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P36x8rTb3jI

They no longer believe this.

Some will rally around him, most will return to their pre-2008 state of negro disinterest, indifference and apathy. His poll numbers will be abysmal, and there will be no "first black president" novelty.

Zenster said...

Whiskey: What, Obama will just leave? Are you serious?

Leaving Obama in place is the very best way of assuring that America will be hit with an Islamic WMD terrorist attack.

Does anyone here think that the Muslim-posterior-nuzzling Obama would actually launch any sort of significant retaliation against such an atrocity?

Under pressure from America's population, the Joint Chiefs of Staff would have almost no other option than to remove Obama from office.

Of course, by then it would be too late because even a single strategic WMD strike could set America back a solid ten years and several tens of trillions of dollars.

If you want to see economic destruction on an unheard of scale in this country, just leave Obama in office for another term.

Discard said...

Politicians employ full time staffs to make themselves appear to be what they are not. Every stitch of clothing, every hair, every word, is carefully weighed by very clever and well paid people in order to create an image that other very clever and well paid people have said will improve the subject's standing. Don't we all know this?

Blacks are the beneficiaries of a vast propaganda campaign that seeks to create a positive image for their race. We all know this too.

Why then, would anybody accept Herman Cain's words at face value? All our experience with Blacks tells us to be extremely wary, and yet some would vote for this unknown former pizza executive. I agree with the commenters who see the value in having Mr Cain bring up certain issues that White candidates fear to, but that's no reason to trust him. As somebody wrote above, he saw a market for red meat that was not being served, so he entered it. I would expect no less from a marketing man. I expect that others will use the opening he had made to bring up some of the real issues we face. Maybe they'll make him the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development as a reward. Maybe that's already in the works.

Zenster said...

Sierra Nevada: A quick point for all of you - if you think it makes a bit o difference between repub and democrat, you are sadly, pathetically mistaken.

Both parties are the different sides of the same coin.


A point worth repeating.

We are now in a one party system of the almighty dollar. Almost the entire body politic of America has utterly lost sight of the concept of Public Service. Until that changes, do not let party allegiance stop you from voting for an intelligent candidate that has America's best interests in mind.

That said, the Democratic Party is so mired in anti-Americanism that it's hard to imagine them ever fielding a candidate worth voting for. But the time for party loyalty is well and truly over with. Republicans have absolutely nothing to do with conservatism. Period.

Zenster said...

stari_momak: Given the choice we have, I think Cain is the best choice to advance white interests.

If that little klaxon horn of a wake up call doesn't scare the living daylights out of most Conservatives, it damn well should.

Zenster said...

Anonymous (October 1, 2011 11:03 AM): Which part of the black world are we hoping to emulate? Already a big chunk of planet earth is run by blacks. Which part do we admire & wish to be more like ... Haiti, Detroit, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Liberia...?

A damn good question and one that lays bare the entire lunacy of BRA.

Zenster said...

Anonymous (October 1, 2011 12:57 PM): "Blacks will rally around Obama like Titanic passengers"

Perhaps, but I doubt it.


Does anyone else here harbor any serious doubts that Black America will stick with Obama like chewing gum on a hot sidewalk?

Sheila said...

Zenster, despite a number of excellent comments, here is where your anti-jihad roots and my ethnonationalism/race-realism part ways: "Not even the urgent issue of race transcends the necessity of putting a halt to Islam's encroachment and colonization in our country."

Islam in America is primarily a demographic problem to be solved by an immigration moratorium. For Americans to even consider such, they first must accept that the historic American people were/are Whites of European origin. This involves a sense of White racial identity, and this will not arise from Whites prostrating themselves before any one black or another, insisting it's "the content of his character" a la St. MLK (aka Michael King, plagiarist, socialist, and philanderer).

As you go further down the HBD/race realist road, you come to accept at a gut level that race is all that matters when you reduce things down to essentials. It's instinctual. As I noted on a thread at OSTDV's site, lofty ideals about Western Civilization in general are all fine and good, but when it comes to race it's personal. When the black mob was chasing the White kids in Philadelphia, race is all that was in anyone's mind. When a black rapes a White, it's personal and it's all about race. All else is secondary. Sure, someone like Malkin or Sowell has chosen to adopt most of the mores and values of White civilization. Certainly, they would make legitimate workmates. But life mates? Miscegenation because character and principle matter more than race? I think not. Then you're back to the proposition, multiracial nation, which HBD/WN rejects. This race-blind proposition nation fallacy is behind Anonymous' comment, so thoroughly rebutted by another Anonymous:

"Just as sure as there are some white people who don't behave according to white standards, there are some black people who don't behave like negroes.
I understand that some here find this objectionable, and I don't give a fuck.
Allen West is my congressmen. I voted for him. I'll vote for him again.
I like Herman Cain, and I'm not concerned with proving I'm not a racist. His emergence has nothing to do with his race, and everything to do with what he says."

Succinctly, that is bullshit.

Sagat said...

When Obama got nominated, there was talk that McCain needed to pick someone as Veep that wasn't White and Bobby Jindal was considered. This created a lot of talk that the days of a White president was over as both parties would constantly try to one up each other by nominating a minority. Well, here we are. Obama is Black, but only half, so here come Herman Cain, darker than midnight. I already see the chatter on the mainstream sites from Republican commenters proclaiming their non-racism and offering up their support for Cain as proof. It's just pathetic really.

Anonymous said...

The hysteria from the crybabies who are all shitting in their diapers because Cain's poll numbers have bumped up is hilarious.

More please!

Zenster said...

Sagat: When Obama got nominated, there was talk that McCain needed to pick someone as Veep that wasn't White and Bobby Jindal was considered.

Don't fool yourself. The two people who worked hardest and most tirelessly to get Obama elected were none other than George W. Bush and John McCain. Their complete and total inability to formulate a coherent Conservative platform, literally, paved the way for an Obama victory.

Anonymous said...

Herman Cain is full of shit. He is an ex Federal Reserve Chairman, a communist central banker. Every bit
Of his pseudo-conservative rhetoric is a lie. No different than if Timothy Geithner were espousing the same bullshit.

Anonymous said...

Allen West went from airborne assault to artillery, odd in a career military man. He was convicted of torture of an Iraqi, faced court martial and was allowed to retire at full rank and benefits after having paid a trivial fine. He has worn marine jump master wings, a Bronze Star for Valor that i can't find where, when etc he was decorated for that valor. I don't see the reason to vote for any of them especially someone who should've never been allowed to continue living in this country circa 1870 onward. There are eighty-seven muslim countries, one black continent etc. The game of "my negro can beat your negro" game is a dead end, let it end and reset the Republic. We have gone so far from what was supposed to be, there is no reason to continue with the current entropic paradigm.

Pvt keeping an eye on things

Dissident said...

I didn't realize he was an ex Fed Reserve Banker?

That's just another nail in his coffin for me.

End the Fed and return this nation back to honest weights and measures. This would be a great starting point to ending RFBA (Run FOR Black America) which is, in my estimation, a more accurate acronym than BRA.

D J said...

"I'd much rather see LTCL (Ret.) Allen West running in Cain's place but that's another matter."

When Allen West joined the Black Caucus, my respect for the man went from high to zero. He has proved he is negro first and foremost, and American second.

It's the same thing with people fawning and fainting over Marco Rubio. I thought rather highly of the man even though I have reservations about Miami Cubans. Then, during his campaign he launched into several minutes of campaign speech in Spanish. A sentence or two, fine. But when one goes on and on in Spanish, like he did, he showed revealed who he was: a cultural Pan American, not an American. One is supposed to know the rudiments of English before citizenship. His campaigning in Spanish tells me he wants the "motor voter" vote.

Would I vote for Cain? Too early to tell, folks. I need to know more about him first. As much as negroes try my patience, it is not ALL of them who do so. And, as another commenter noted, Cain has proved himself at least in the business world. The positions he has held were too out in the open for him to be a Nate.

Anonymous said...

“Whereveryou find the Negro everything is going down around him, and wherever youfind the White man you see everything around him improving.” –RobertE. Lee, to Col. Thomas H. Carter, May, l965

I direct your eyes to Iceland. This is what happens when you put whites on an island and leave them alone == Iceland, the only all-White nation in the world, has the world’s highest literacy rate. 100%. It is an island of cooled volcanicmagma, located Just south of the Arctic Circle. It has no coal, no fuel,no timber, no mineral wealth or natural resources, and no navigable rivers.75% of the interior is uninhabitable and only about 1% of the land is arable.It is the youngest nation in Europe and one of the most isolated countriesin the world. Nonetheless, Iceland is #2 in the world in life expectancyand has one of the world’s highest standards of living, in terms of percapita income. It has tremendous medical facilities and a thriving publishing business. Upon graduation from highschool, each Icelandic student has learned five languages.

Then there is Africa or Hiati, take your pick.

All you Cain supporters out there. Wake TFU! You vote for black you vote to live in Detroit, Atlanta, Philly, etc. Please, wake up and think!

Anonymous said...

"The African Talent for Mimicry"
By Richard Spencer

To those of you who think another black man in the office of the US president is the answer for White America I recommend the above article by Richard Spencer at his blog Alternative Right.
Another traitor like George Bush in office would not be the answer for White America but another black man certainly would not be.
All blacks in this country are made what they are by racial quotas, affirmative action, set asides, court rulings, discrimination against whites, favoritism from whites in authority, white taxpayer money given to them, and on and on.
If remarks against whites by wealthy and famous blacks who were made rich and famous by Whites like Morgan Freeman, Whoopi Goldberg, Colin Powell, Eric Holder, Obama, and many more don't make Whites see the light then woe be unto Whites.

Anonymous said...

I'm definitely voting for Cain!!

Brother Anonymous said...

How do the Cain defenders here feel about Cain attacking Perry this morning based on the trumped up race-based hit piece just published by the Washington Post?

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/10/02/cain-tea-party-movement-pushed-black-candidate-to-top-gop-pack/

Zenster said...

D J: When Allen West joined the Black Caucus, my respect for the man went from high to zero. He has proved he is negro first and foremost, and American second.

I had not heard about that and, yes, it is disappointing. Sadly, Senator West seems to have become infected with the "go along to get along" disease that is pandemic on Capitol Hill.

Joel said...

Natassia said: "Hey now. I am so right-wing I make Sarah Palin look like a Progressive"

Forgive me for picking on you, Natassia, but that's not saying much. Palin is your typical right-liberal/neocon Republican feminist. She may be "right-wing" but just barely, and she's certainly no conservative.

Anonymous said...

"I had not heard about that and, yes, it is disappointing."

West is confrontational, his purpose was to crash their party, not to practice racial politics. I didn't find it disappointing at all, I have nothing but respect for the man.

Anonymous said...

Cain: Perry camp sign 'just plain insensitive'

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44747781/ns/politics-decision_2012/

All you Cain supporters can now shit in your pants and run around in circles like good conservatives. The Negro says you can't do that so make sure you bend over and kiss his ass.

Negro Cain said: "[There] isn't a more vile, negative word than the N-word"

I don't agree with you Cain but make sure you tell that to all your nigger callin bruthas...

And the Negro & DWL hypocrites said you evil white rednecks is awful. To which all the good little white boys and girls said. Yes'm we so bad and we should be punished.

intangiblesoul said...

This was a really well written piece! Thanks so much! With that said, I really don't know what to say about Cain. He says a lot that I like, but I just don't know if I can trust him to be just a "President" and not a "Black President." Will he pander to blacks like Obama does? Can he avoid that?

Jack Grant said...

"Paul"
Cain's a successful businessman and smart, but politically inexperienced. Politicians hire people to help them out with stuff like that.

I wouldn't want any of my grandchildren to marry any of his, if he has any, but I might vote for him, unless he didn't learn a good lesson about the MSM in re Perry.

"Jack"

Zenster said...

Anonymous (October 2, 2011 12:54 PM): West is confrontational, his purpose was to crash their party, not to practice racial politics. I didn't find it disappointing at all, I have nothing but respect for the man.

I continue to respect Allen West for his staunch pro-American stance. The same thought had occurred to me that West may be attending the CBC to give them a little "pound cake" speech.

Let's all hope that he does.

Incidentally, that "torture" of an Iraqi happened when West fired a pistol into the ground next to a terrorist's head in order to extract where an IED was hidden that might have killed some of his troops had they merrily gone on their way.

Robert from Australia said...

I just found this.

http://www.nfrw.org/news/20111002.htm

It seems CAIN has utterly dominated the straw poll for the National federation of Republican woman.
Now, I am assuming that the bulk of these Republican woman must be white. For the life of me I cannot understand why the White American woman desires African male leadership to the extent in which she does. I remember reading that Obama claimed over half of the young white female vote. I suppose this makes a bit of sense seeing as though most young white females are democrats. Therefore it may be a sign of them just voting for their party of choice.
However, with Cain cleaning house in the National Republican federation straw poll this leads me to believe something a bit different. I believe that this may be a indication of the white American female lacking faith in the White American male. Therby throwing her lot in with the African male.

He claimed 49% of the vote. Was not even close.

Anonymous said...

I continue to respect Allen West for his staunch pro-American stance. The same thought had occurred to me that West may be attending the CBC to give them a little "pound cake" speech.

When it comes to race and politics nobody is more deluded than a large portion of the white right. No matter how many examples of conservative blacks choosing race of ideology there are and there are many, of 'this guy is the one for sure', the whites on the right continually asks 'may I have another'.

All you have to do is believe!

Dissident said...

Robert. I attribute much of this support to a deeply ingrained-almost subliminal-white guilt complex.

Almost like a Stockholm syndrome, whereas the captive has taken refuge in their captors.

We are so inundated daily with such PC BS, that it's hard for the average person not to feel some sort of guilt for having done absolutely nothing.

I believe your average white is so afraid of being called a RACIST (TM) that they'll do anything to counter the stigma of it.

Anonymous said...

Cain: I would give 'Hail to the Chief' a fresher sound

"It won't be hip hop," Cain said. But "I might put some gospel beats" into the song, he hinted.

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/10/02/cain-i-would-give-hail-to-the-chief-a-fresher-sound/

Anonymous said...

Still laughing my ass off at the Cain-induced hysteria among some of you wimps.

What a bunch of pussies.

Anonymous said...

" Then you shall make him king over you, whom YHWY your God shall choose: from among your brothers shall you make a king over you: you shall not set a stranger over you who is not your brother."
Deuteronomy 17:15

Left coast white guy

Anonymous said...

The previously mentioned quote from Deuteronomy 28:43 is an exact description of where we are..... The stranger that is among you shall rise to be the head and we shall be the tail....
Is this not BRA?

Anonymous said...

I had liked Cain well enough so far. I refuse to vote for anyone unless they come out strongly against affirmative action. If Cain had come out and opposed affirmative racism then I might have voted for him.

But now Cain criticized the Perry hunting club story (which turned out to be a hoax). I fear he is just another black race man who knows he can get to the front of the line quicker in the GOP.

Let one candidate start criticizing affirmative action and/or black racism and he will get my vote. I doubt anyone (besides maybe Bachmann) has the balls to do so.

Wulfram said...

“Conservative” Herman Cain Plays The Race Card

http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/jamesedwards/2011/10/03/conservative-herman-cain-plays-the-race-card/

I really do not understand the 'love' of black leaders that a lot of my fellow Whites on here have going. This fella is one more race hustling negro to add to the many others.

~AV~ said...

Cain was the perfect useful idiot to play the WHITE GUILT card for the liberal media...just goes to show...

he isn't that bright...

Zenster said...

Thank you for the link, Wulfram.

As James Edwards goes on to note:

Herman Cain’s response is typical. My advice to him would be to grow up. If you can’t handle a word that was written on a rock three decades ago are we supposed to believe you can handle the pressures of the presidency?

Naturally, Rick Perry himself responded in the worst possible way, too.

The proper way to respond would have been to laugh at Cain and tell reporters that we have serious issues that need to be discussed.


So long as Blacks continue to use the word "nigger" among themselves with such profusion, anyone of any color pissing and moaning about nigger-this and nigger-that has just excluded their self from serious consideration.

Between screeching Blacks and incessant Muslim tantrums about "RACISM!", the word "racist" has simply lost all meaning. Besides which, even if Islam was a race ― which it most definitely is not ― the actions of Muslims, along with those of Blacks, has given all sane people many very good reasons why they should be racists (or Islamophobes).

In that exact same respect, it is wholly incumbent upon the Black and Muslim communities to reverse all of the justifiably negative perceptions that so many people have of them. Until then, tough noogies.

Zenster said...

The general consensus seems to be that Cain is not Able.

[rimshot]

Discard said...

Cain had a fit because Perry went to a resort that had the word "niggerhead" painted on a rock, or some such thing. The details do not matter. I remember when Bush was president and he visited a private golf course, at which a small Confederate flag was hanging inside a maintenance shack. The press had a big snivel and the golfers had a big grovel. This is the same old shit. Cain accused Perry of racism for some petty bullshit that was not his responsibility. Cain is not our friend.

BTW, a niggerhead is a particular sort of hardware, shaped like a couple Black heads with afro hairstyles, for tying a ship to a dock.

Wulfram said...

Zenster said...

'The general consensus seems to be that Cain is not Able.

[rimshot]'


Ha! Zenster, I just got that. Ha!

Svigor said...

Besides, blacks have always claimed ownership once they've won a position - just as the Senate seat in Chicago is now eternally reserved for a black, so too is the presidency. Once you go black they'll never let you go back.

Wow, you're a real political genius. So Dinkins was Jewish?

Svigor said...

You have to wonder how blacks functioned at all under segregation, since none of these programs existed. But then why in those days did blacks have more cohesive families and more business start-ups? And what rates of blacks dropping out of school and criminality?

Blacks feared Whites and the consequences of not measuring up to minimum standards. And they had a history of agriculture so they knew how to grow their own food and support themselves.

I didn't oppose Obama because he is black.
I opposed him because he's a leftist loon.

I don't support Harman Cain because he is black.
I support him because he's competent to be president.


I oppose them both because they're Black. I'm a White man. WTF do I want with a Black president, given a choice? Like a Black guy isn't going to choose a Black candidate if the choice is anything approaching ceteris paribus? Please.

This isn't simply about "skin color." Race matters. A Black guy has a built-in interest in his Blackness; he has Black Ethnic Genetic Interests. A White guy has a built-in interest in his Whiteness; he has White Ethnic Genetic Interests.

Why is this so hard for Whites to admit?

What Indianapolis said.
Common sense has no color.


Duh, a Black man's common sense tells him to pursue Black interests, a White man's common sense tells him to pursue White interests. A Black voter's common sense tells him to vote for the Black guy, and a White voter's common sense tells him to vote for a White guy.

So yeah, common sense has a color.

Anonymous said... September 30, 2011 9:31 PM

Ron Paul had his chance to step forward on immigration & open borders. He stepped back instead. Note how you don't even mention immigration in your post. I'm a one-issue guy, and you didn't even mention it.

If you want more mealy-mouthed Republican wussypants who walk on the eggshells of racial politics, vote for Romney or Perry. As for myself, if Cain means what he says, he's twice the conservative and just as much a man as Perry or Romney.

In other words, you have no experience dealing with Black men. Honey, they never mean what they say, unless they're saying they want to get into your pants. Sure that's true of most pols, but it's doubly true of Black pols. Blacks are congenitally incapable of honesty, or at least, congenital dishonesty is 3x as bad in Blacks as it is in Whites. And since honesty-dishonesty is a scale, not a binary on-off switch...

Sorry, although I am not hesitant to recognize "black" behavior, I will always judge an individual person based on his individual merits.

Race IS an individual merit. Duh.

I have a dream that someday people will wake the hell up....

I woke up from that dream years ago. Now I'm dreaming that I'll find a way to separate myself from these loons before they press gang me onto their Titanic.