30 Oct

Ann Coulter on the Herman Cain Attacks: Liberals are “Terrified Of Strong, Conservative, Black Men”

                                       

Can’t say it any better then Ann Coulter on these “sexual harrassment” charges being thrown at Herman Cain, the most damning of the charges?

There were also descriptions of physical gestures that were not overtly sexual but that made women who experienced or witnessed them uncomfortable and that they regarded as improper in a professional relationship.

Wow.

They are afraid of Cain:

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61 Responses to Ann Coulter on the Herman Cain Attacks: Liberals are “Terrified Of Strong, Conservative, Black Men”

  1. TOM
    hi
    you never hear the CONSERVATIVES BLACK PEOPLE SEND ANYBODY TO HELL,
    AND YOU WONT NEVER HEAR THAT EITHER,
    BYE

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  2. Tom says: 52

    @another vet:

    The two who stand to benefit the most right now are Romney and Obama. For Romney, it makes him look more like the only electable candidate. For Obama, it’ll increase his chances for reelection because it’ll distract from his poor record. His best hope is if the Republican candidates self destruct which is not beyond them doing.

    I would disagree with your reasoning there. Romney isn’t competing with Cain for the tea party vote, Perry is. Romney would be very happy for Cain to remain the tea party candidate, because as inept as Perry has proven to be, he’s still the much more realistic threat to Romney, if only he can win back the support that Cain’s taken from him. Perry has the money and the organization to compete with Romney in a way Cain so far hasn’t shown himself to possess. Clearly if anyone would gain from a Cain scandal it’s Perry.

    Same goes for Obama. Why would he want to weaken Cain’s candidacy? You don’t think that Herman Cain, the Republican frontrunner, going on TV and stating that he’s concerned about the threat posed by China “developing” nuclear weapons isn’t like a dream come true to Obama’s reelection team? Why would they want do anything but get out of the way of Cain (not to mention Bachmann and Perry) while they continue to damage the Republican brand through their gaffs? The last thing they want is Romney wrapping this thing up early.

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  3. another vet says: 53

    @Tom: I would argue that it may not help Perry if his campaign is connected to the charges. It may turn off voters by showing that he is a cutthroat politician who was acting out of desperation. Now if his campaign is not connected to the charges, then he probably will get some benefit out of it. As for Obama, if the Republican primary degenerates into a soap opera or a three ring circus, it’ll turn off voters which will aid his reelection efforts regardless of who the nominee is. If the charges prove to be bogus, it’ll help Cain.

    Right now it’s a diversion away from more serious issues which frankly, don’t make the current POTUS look very good, i.e. Gunwalker, bailouts to “green” companies that failed, indications that Al Qaeda is gaining more prominence in Egypt and Libya, Israel contemplating a preemptive strike against Iran, and an even less than stellar outlook on our economic future by the Fed.

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  4. John Cooper says: 54

    I have a friend who speculated that next March after the current field of Republicans has self-destructed, Sarah Palin will step in and save the day. I like that idea but is it even possible? Several states will have already had their primary elections. I count 8 states with primaries prior to March, and 18 more in March. It seems improbably, if possible.

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  5. John Cooper,
    impossible events are going on around AMERICA,
    the need for impossible alternative is there around AMERICA
    if we want to win,, we need to face all options possible, because the opponent will do the impossible to win
    and any good idea should be taken very seriously in this most important election which AMERICA is facing at this time.
    no mistake shall be allowed to take place,
    this election is primarely on one for all, and we need the best one to win
    there is where we must be aiming at, instead of searching for a perfect human.

    bye

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  6. another vet says: 56

    @John Cooper: Whoever the nominee is will have my 100% support. Obama is not completely responsible for the mess we are in, there is plenty of blame to go around including to his two predecessors and both parties, but he made it much worse. His divisiveness and bullying is a huge turn off as is his Marxist/socialist ideology.

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  7. gary kukis says: 57

    @MataHarley:

    Personally, I put this whole POS distraction right up there in import with the Kardashian 72 day marriage/divorce�

    The importance of that is simply this: I now have a chance with Kim again.

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  8. gary kukis says: 58

    @Tom:

    I would disagree with your reasoning there. Romney isn’t competing with Cain for the tea party vote, Perry is. Romney would be very happy for Cain to remain the tea party candidate, because as inept as Perry has proven to be, he’s still the much more realistic threat to Romney, if only he can win back the support that Cain’s taken from him. Perry has the money and the organization to compete with Romney in a way Cain so far hasn’t shown himself to possess. Clearly if anyone would gain from a Cain scandal it’s Perry.

    But, it is Romney versus the TEA party vote, spread out among about 5 candidates. The more that TEA party vote is watered down and spread around, the better it is for Romney. When the TEA party coalesces on a particular candidate is a problem for Romney.

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  9. MataHarley says: 59

    Gary… The importance of that is simply this: I now have a chance with Kim again.

    LOL!

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  10. Hard Right says: 60

    @Tom:
    First of all he didn’t say they didn’t have nukes. Cain knows China has nukes. What do you think he studied when working for the government? Typical of liberals you know squat about him but want to call him stupid. Really, we know it’s because he doesn’t “know his place”… on the liberal plantation.

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  11. another vet says: 61

    @Hard Right: The interview was carried in all 57 states. Perhaps you didn’t understand it because he was speaking Austrian.

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