Socialism is the opiate of the masses.
Isn’t that exactly the traditional policy of the Left, not to let people think for themselves, motivate the masses into mobs with all kinds of pitched rhetoric and populistic bombast, pitting one side against the other and dividing the people? Yep, that sounds like it to me.
Herman Cain is someone who can see through the class warfare nonsense that the Left uses to further enslave the minorities from ever reaching their full potential. Just like in the post slavery period, where many well meaning whites actually believed that Blacks still needed their White folks in order to survive, -when all along what they really needed was to be let loose within a wonderful free market capitalist society that safe guarded their property rights- the Democrats practice the very same soft racist paternalism, and with devastating effects.
So press on Mr.Cain, the Tundra Tabloids wishes you well, and if you end up on the receiving end of the Republican nomination and into the White House, then and only then, will Lincoln’s dream (along with many of the Founding Fathers) of truly setting the slaves free really have come to pass. Because this time around, a Black president in the Oval Office really does have freedom in his heart…. for all of America. KGS
A MODERN DAY ABRAHAM LINCOLN
TRENDING: Cain: Black community ‘brainwashed’ into voting for Dems
By: CNN’s Kevin Liptak
Washington (CNN) – The one African-American running for the GOP presidential nomination said Wednesday the black community was ‘brainwashed’ for traditionally siding with liberal politicians.
“African-Americans have been brainwashed into not being open minded, not even considering a conservative point of view,” Godfather’s Pizza executive Herman Cain said on CNN’s “The Situation Room” in an interview airing Wednesday between 5-7 p.m. ET. “I have received some of that same vitriol simply because I am running for the Republican nomination as a conservative. So it’s just brainwashing and people not being open minded, pure and simple.”
Cain went on to explain that his interactions with African Americans led him to be optimistic about his own chances with the demographic.
“This whole notion that all African-Americans are not going to vote for Obama is not necessarily true,” Cain said.
He continued, “I believe a third [of African-Americans] would vote for me, based on my own anecdotal feedback. Not vote for me because I’m black but because of my policies.”