Herman Cain’s campaign makes sense…
… when you realize that he’s not trying to win. He’s selling books, firing up the wingnuts, and probably headed for a gig at Fox News. There’s no way someone is this obtuse. He never wanted to win, but now he’s high in the polls. He’ll find a way to sabotage that. Smart businessman.
Wish I could say the same for Rick Perry, he’s a serious candidate actually trying to win and is still coming across as moronic as he is. He’s just a dummy.
What people recognize is that there’s a fear that the United States is in an unstoppable decline. They see the rise of China, the rise of India, the rise of the Soviet Union and our loss militarily going forward.
Michele Bachmann, who apparently still thinks the Soviet Union is a rising threat. (Hint: It hasn’t existed for 20 years).
Again, can’t make this stuff up. The woman is a gaffe machine. Seems she’s been watching the Simpsons too much lately.
“Soviet Union? I though you guys broke up!”
“Yes, that’s what we wanted you to think!”
“MUST. CRUSH. CAPITLAISM.”
Herman Cain’s gospel album, “It’s Not Delivery, It’s Da Jesus”
Featuring the hit singles:
The Lord Always Delivers (in 30 minutes or less)
A Slice of Heaven
Sweet Cheeses Crust
2-for-1 Garlic Knots Every Wednesday
The Devil Went Down to Pizza Hut
The Dough, It Is Risen
My Holy Trinity (Pepperoni, Sausage & Black Olives)
We’re All In God’s Delivery Zone
I Hope They Served Deep Dish At The Last Supper
“Don’t refrain, get on the Herman Cain train. VOTE! VOTE!”