The more you look at Herman Cain the more his candidacy makes sense for America. Aside from the truth that Cain’s economic leadership makes Obama’s social justice agenda look criminal and pathetic at this critical time, Cain’s demographic as both a successful black man and a conservative wields a powerful weapon of conviction against race-lusting liberalism.
by Dan Crosby
of The Daily Pen
New York, NY - Compared to Obama, Herman Cain is independently affluent, functionally superior, constitutionally legitimate, fiscally respected and, worst of all for degenerates on the left…he’s “blacker” than Obama.
For Obots lost in their insidious reparative justice ideology, Cain’s skin color presents the teeth-gnashing reality that, of course, he is more entitled to their form of race-based eco-favoritism than Obama. However, the real threat of Cain’s candidacy is the fullness of his “blackness” compared to his half-bred opponent. Unfortunately, this inconvenient demography exposes liberals’ racism against Cain because they understand that he will be the actual first truly pure black, eligible, American President, not Obama.
White liberals, especially, are reluctantly copacetic with Obama because he resides tidily within their hyper-racial delusion as a mere biracial, half-black, liberal manservant possessing cultural plurality and ambiguous bona fides who was willing to do their socialist bidding. Obama is acceptable to liberals because they feel proximal enough to one half of his race, being able to exploit it to promote their ideological hate, but not close enough, culturally, to have to expect exceptionalism from the other half. For what good is an exceptional black man or black woman to a liberal? To a liberal, such an individual is a traitor…an uncle Tom.
Cain, on the other hand, is exceptional because of the content of his character. The color of his skin is just the rusty sword upon which, by happenstance, falls the heart of liberal idiocy, the lesson being ‘judge not, lest you be judged by the same standard’. Cain is that judgment. Can I get an amen?
Obama is just some guy with no history and no real identity who was able to be sculpted into a liberal cause for destruction and blood lust. Unlike Cain, Obama has no character except that which was conjured by others for his momentary service as nothing more than a pack mule for what will eventually become the greatest of failed economic policies in human history.
However, unlike Obama, Cain is a genuine black man, born from a pure American black womb and established in vintage American heritage through a southern-based traditional family structure ruled by a strong, monogamous, black father. The possibility of such a man being poised to assume such executive honor, relegates the political left to babbling nonperformance. Cain’s apocalypse reveals the sanctimonious, race-based psychosis of liberals.
The left can’t make sense of a man like Herman Cain, and that is the delicious part of Cain’s persona. To denounce Cain is to denounce themselves as the liars and hypocrites the rest of humanity already knows they are. Otherwise, they risk being convicted as the abject racists they are unable to accuse Cain of being.
Which man serves the greater need for a role model among black Americans? An ill-conceived identity thief who fraudulently acquired marginally legal opportunities during his epically illegitimate ascendance over a psychotic, bowing liberal consensus? Or, a vintage American descendant of southern black culture who rose from poverty by immaculate parental stewardship to acquire a self-endowed, domestically funded education and become a preeminent business leader in America?
What does a Cain presidency mean to liberals?
1. Eligibility Begets Legitimacy
2. The End of Accusing Republicans of "Racism"
3. Capitalism In The White House
4. Cain Actually Held the Title of Chief Executive Before Becoming President
5. Cain Is Everything Liberals Want...But Can Never Have
6. Cain is the First True Role Model for Minorities in America
7. Cain Does Not Need to Lie About His Past
8. Cain's Transgressions are Forgivable
9. Cain is Not Afraid to Promote a Plan for Recovery
10. Cain is Blacker Than Obama