Herman Cain is sooo sooo very wrong.

As I suspected would happen.. Herman Cain would do or say something to prove that he would never be an ideal candidate to hold any political office. Case and point care of the Political Insider at the Atlanta Journal Constitution:

CT: When speaking about your battle with cancer at the Milner church, at one point, you indicate that you were a little uncomfortable when you found out that your surgeon’s name was Abdallah, until you found out he was a Lebanese Christian. So what’s your perspective on the role of Muslims in American society?

Cain: The role of Muslims in American society is for them to be allowed to practice their religion freely, which is part of our First Amendment. The role of Muslims in America is not to convert the rest of us to the Muslim religion. That I resent. Because we are a Judeo-Christian nation, from the fact that 85 percent of us are self-described Christians, or evangelicals, or practicing the Jewish faith. Eighty-five percent. One percent of the practicing religious believers in this country are Muslim.

Um no Mr Cain, aka Boortz Light Wannabe. We are NOT a Christian Nation. We are not a Judeo Nation. We are NOT any other sort of religious nation. He has READ the Constitution correct?

This is pretty atypical of modern day politicians. They say what they know a certain segment of the population wants to hear just so they can get into office. Pandering to this particular population.. isnt anything new to Republicans either. The fact that it appears that Cain wants to be Ralph Reeds political mouthpiece and
puppet……………….. is just that much more of a reason to believe Cain would never ever be fit for office.

Instant disqualification.

2 thoughts on “Herman Cain is sooo sooo very wrong.

  1. O.M.G.!!

    Herman Cain dares to cite statistical fact, and you get bent out of shape. The Constitution protects all groups, true, but throughout, there is mention of God, and all signers were Christian.

    An inconvenient fact, to be sure

    1. Actually that is not entirely accurate. A large portion of the founding fathers considered themselves Deists… Not Christians.

      And it was Herman Cain himself…. on Fox News… Who said that the Constitution “guaranteed a Separation of Church and State”.

      I had to replay it 4 times to make sure I didnt hear him wrong. I was both shocked and pleased when he said it considering he is normally thumpin that bible pandering to the other bible thumpers.

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