Herman Cain for President–It Has a Nice Ring to It

Posted: May 29, 2011 in 2012 election, politics
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Everyone in the liberal media keeps saying that the Republicans don’t have a decent candidate for the 2012 presidential election. I agree that Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney can’t be trusted–they lean to the left on too many issues–but we do have one strong candidate with good conservative values: Herman Cain.

I also like Ron Paul (although when I see him, I sometimes think we slipped into a time warp and he’s really Ross Perot). Well, I did like Paul until I heard him on the Fox News debate (don’t expect any of the other debates to be as fair and balanced as that one was). Paul said that smoking marijuana and shooting heroin should be legal. Either he has a drug problem of his own, or he’s soft on crime. In a Ron Paul world, all of the parks would be filled with strung-out hippies.

Someone soft on crime can’t be elected by the Republican base, and even though I didn’t see all of the debate, I doubt that Cain would be soft on crime.

He probably agrees with whoever built the water fountain near my home. There’s a sign that says that anyone who “trespasses” in the fountain would be subject to arrest. Now, I’m not saying that a 6-year old should be put in the slammer for a little fountain dip, but a couple of months in juvenile detention wouldn’t hurt.

As you can see, I’m not soft on crime, and I doubt that Cain is either.

Other advantages of Cain include that he hates taxes since he’s a good man of business (just like Scrooge) and his election would disprove all of those silly notions that Republicans are racist. The man is African American, you know–as long as he’s not a Democrat infiltrator like Michael Steele was.

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