Monday, November 7, 2011

Herman Cain, Sex and Nationalism


  1. Separate them if you want to but why do you think Clinton was called the first black president?

  2. Married men are not normally "celibate".

    The married man who hunts for sexual partners outside of his marriage, a union blessed by God, cannot be trusted on his word or to maintain any oaths.

    And makes us wonder, if the suspicions of the blogger "Whiskey" and others are correct; that Cain is a dishonest race-man in disguise.

    Lest we forget, there is no "generic man".

    Of course, the race issue is significant because he has no place hitting on white women. I have in the same no business hitting on black women: such disrespect of THAT community can still result in violent backlash and murder.

    Now, the question of whether these allegations are true is another matter that really needs to be determined first.

    In any case, Herman Cain was never really fit to be president anyway.