Morgan Freeman calls Tea Party racist, CNN host Piers Morgan, Get this Black Man Out of Here, Freeman racist?

Morgan Freeman calls Tea Party racist, CNN host Piers Morgan, Get this Black Man Out of Here, Freeman racist?

Is Morgan Freeman a racist?

For many years I have admired Morgan Freeman as an actor. He has also made some intelligent, well informed comments about whites dying in the civil war to free blacks. However, Morgan Freeman made some comments recently that raise questions about his racial motivation.

From The Blaze September 23, 2011.

“Morgan Freeman: ‘Racist’ Tea Party Doing Whatever it Can ‘to Get this Black Man Out of Here’”

“Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman said Tea Party Republicans are on a racially-fueled mission to get President Barack Obama out of office, in an interview with CNN set to air Friday.

Speaking with host Piers Morgan, Freeman said Obama’s election, instead of curbing racism, has “made it worse.”

“The Tea Partiers who are controlling the Republican Party…their stated policy, publicly stated, is to do whatever it takes to see to it that Obama only serves one term,” Freeman said. “What underlines that? Screw the country, we’re going to do whatever we can to get this black man out of here.”

“But is that necessarily a racist thing?” Morgan pressed.

“It is a racist thing,” Freeman insisted.

Freeman also said the Tea Party’s presence “shows the weak, dark, underside of America.””

Read more:

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/morgan-freeman-racist-tea-party-doing-whatever-it-can-to-get-this-black-man-out-of-here/

Morgan Freeman stated:

“The Tea Partiers who are controlling the Republican Party…their stated policy, publicly stated, is to do whatever it takes to see to it that Obama only serves one term,”

This is mostly true and is my position as well.

“Freeman said Obama’s election, instead of curbing racism, has “made it worse.””

Absolutely true!

“It is a racist thing,”

This is a lie!

1. Obama, with darker skin color, got the majority of the popular vote in 2008.

2. Obama is not a black man. His highest ethnicity is white!

3. Much of Obama’s past was hiddden or ignored in 2008. More Americans see him now for what he is, a narcissistic, radical, left wing incompetent.

4. I, like most folks in the Tea Party Movement, are not racist. My position is well documented.

So Mr. Freeman, have you been ,living under a rock for over 3 years?

Mr. Freeman, where do you get your information?

And for God’s sake wake up, Obama and the modern day Democrat party and such organizations as ACORN have been using people of color and poor people for years.

Morgan Freeman, would you care to compare research notes?

Or

Are you motivated by skin color?

Wells

I welcome your inquiries.

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178 responses to “Morgan Freeman calls Tea Party racist, CNN host Piers Morgan, Get this Black Man Out of Here, Freeman racist?

  1. http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/post/anyone-but-mitt/2011/03/29/AF1sxgdE_blog.html

    The central issue of the 2012 election is going to be ObamaCare — not necessarily the specific details of the plan, but the political premises behind it: government mandates, public sector vs. private, the size and scope of government, individual responsibility, etc.

    RomneyCare is ObamaCare, and there’s no way [former] Gov. Romney can cover that up with lame arguments about federalism.

    f the Republican Party nominates a candidate whose position on the central issue of the campaign is “When Obama does it, it’s bad; but when I do it — it’s GREAT!”, we might as well forfeit the election right now.

    In this political moment, with Americans crying out for authenticity, Mitt Romney stands alone as the single most in-authentic politician in the GOP. Romney — who ran to the left of Ted Kennedy in his U.S. Senate race, then tried to run to the right of John McCain, in 2008 — is authentically in-authentic. He’s just waiting for someone to let him know what he needs to say in order to win, and he’ll happily say it.

    In a way, it’s almost refreshing. Romney is sincerely insincere. When he’s fake, he really means it!

    The reason government mandates are wrong is because they violate the proper relationship between citizens and the state. If it’s wrong for President Obama to mandate buying a commercial product as a requirement of citizenship, then it’s wrong for Gov. Romney, too.

    There are a lot of Republicans so desperate to end the disaster that is the Obama administration that they’d support ANYONE if they thought he/she would win in November 2012. (Once again, see “Trump, Donald.”) The point of http://www.anyonebutmitt.com is to make sure GOP primary voters understand early on that Romney is a guaranteed loser.

  2. http://anyonebutmitt.com/post/2011/09/15/This-Is-The-Plan-Mitt-Romney-Says-Is-“Right-For-Massachusetts”.aspx

    The Beacon Hill Institute study found that, on average, Romneycare:

    • cost the Bay State 18,313 jobs;

    • drove up total health insurance costs in Massachusetts by $4.311 billion;

    • slowed the growth of disposable income per person by $376; and

    • reduced investment in Massachusetts by $25.06 million.

    “We think it’s very pertinent and very similar to the health-care law that was passed nationally — it’s a case study,” Bachman said. “This is what happened in Massachusetts, and this is what can be expected from the national health-care act.”

  3. Darrell Issa calls for a, “Special Prosecuter” in Fast and Furious scandel. Holder will be investigating Holder, ironically. http://www.redstate.com/moe_lane/2011/09/23/darrell-issa-calls-for-special-prosecutor-on-fast-furious

  4. http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Elections/President/2011/0924/Can-Rick-Perry-make-a-comeback

    Tim Griffin at the conservative RedState web site. “Romney is the father of socialized medicine in America!”

    “The likelihood that Perry will iron out the wrinkles and become a better debater and candidate over time is greater, and maybe far greater, than the likelihood that Mitt Romney will become more acceptable to conservatives,” writes Michael Tomasky at Newsweek’s Daily Beast.

    While Romney, Michele Bachmann, and Jon Huntsman left Florida before that state’s GOP straw poll Saturday – discounting the importance of such beauty contests – Perry stuck around, saying “I have all my hopes on Florida.”

    It’s easy to see why. Perry has a comfortable lead there, according to a new Quinnipiac poll, with 31 percent of the vote, nine points ahead of Romney.

  5. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    OT(On Topic) Referring to Morgan Freeman from Drudge –

    Submitted by katainkent on Fri, 09/23/2011 – 1:58pm.

    when he(Morgan Freeman) married his step granddaughter that pretty much ruined any respect I had for the guy.
    ☑ ABO in 2012

    Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2011/09/23/morgan-freeman-obama-has-made-racism-worse-tea-party-will-do-whatever#ixzz1YuBxHquR

    PS – The result of the Florida Republican straw vote should be coming out momentarily. It has been correct 5 out of 6 times.

  6. http://www.redstate.com/griffinelection/2011/09/23/perry-loses-the-debate-romney-wins-but-remains-unacceptable-for-conservatives/

    Perry is right. Romney is unfit. He was for Roe v. Wade before he was against it. He was against charter schools before he was for it. He was for gay marriage before he was against it. He was for Romneycare before he was against Obamacare. And let’s not forget that technically, Obamacare doesn’t affect those with insurance like Romneycare. Technically, Obamacare is also a “market-based” plan. Obama didn’t pass “socialized medicine,” he set up a healthcare exchange with a “public option” or one government plan out of many private plans. That is as market based as Romneycare. The Obama administration has admitted that it used Romneycare as a basis for their bill. Romney signed gay marriage into law in the first U.S. state. Romney came out in support of Obama’s race to the top education plan. At the end of the day, it is glaringly clear that Romney is not one of us and he isn’t the best candidate for this position. As Rick Perry said the night before, he is “Obama-lite” but we need someone that can articulate the case against Romney and so far the only person doing that is Perry and he is failing.

  7. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    James | September 24, 2011 at 4:14 pm |

    Darrell Issa calls for a, “Special Prosecuter” in Fast and Furious scandel. Holder will be investigating Holder, ironically.
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    I just hope everyone remembers that Eric Holder handled all the “Pardons” for William Jefferson (KISSIT) Clinton’s last days.

  8. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    FS – Are you trying to pull “Reverse Psychology” on us? Many commenters here have listened to so much repeating of your views of your “Favorite For The Minute” that you are causing some of us to actually begin to NOT like your choice. We use to call that Brain Washing.

  9. Cain Corner (9/24/11): Surging?

    “The winner is Herman Cain. The audience loved him. Other than his question on Israel, Cain’s answers really were out of the park awesome. He provided the most uplifting moments and the most memorable lines, with substance included.”

    http://vocalminority.typepad.com/blog/2011/09/cain-corner-92411-surging.html

  10. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    To counteract the Morgan Freeman racist theory we MUST have Herman Cain on the ticket. Remember he is NOT a LAWYER.
    “BEAT THE DEPRESSION WITH A __?__ CAIN”

  11. Indy…Mark Levine yesterday was saying not to listen to those that are telling us it’s a “two person race” between Perry and Romney. Not that I take my direction from talk show hosts, but he made some good points and specifically named Herman Cain as having a great debate.

  12. Bill, what about having Cain as “the ticket”…not just part of it?

  13. P5 Live Video Stream: Watch Florida’s Straw Poll Live at Presidency 5 in Orlando:

    http://knightnews.com/2011/09/p5-live-video-stream-watch-floridas-straw-poll-live-at-presidency-5-in-orlando/

  14. Herman Cain wins GOP straw poll in Florida!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  15. BY A LARGE MARGIN!!!!!

  16. “OBAMA BUNDLER AND SOLYNDRA INVESTOR GEORGE KAISER BOASTS OF MILKING THE USA FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR MILLIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

    September 21, 2011

    “Crony capitalism, or as I prefer to call it, fascism, is an ugly thing. This casual looting of the US taxpayer is hideous. Listen to how the audience laughs at this corruption.”
    ~Trevor Loudon

    “Obama Bundler George Kaiser in 2009: It’s Time To Cash In On The Mother of All Government”

  17. Old Salt, buddy!!!! This could be the press that Cain needs to get on the map that you were referring to the fact that he lacked earlier…

  18. “OBAMA BUNDLER AND SOLYNDRA INVESTOR GEORGE KAISER BOASTS OF MILKING THE USA FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR MILLIONS!!!!!!!!!!”

    September 21, 2011

    “Crony capitalism, or as I prefer to call it, fascism, is an ugly thing. This casual looting of the US taxpayer is hideous. Listen to how the audience laughs at this corruption.”
    ~Trevor Loudon

    “Obama Bundler George Kaiser in 2009: It’s Time To Cash In On The Mother of All Government”

  19. Thank God we have other candidates running other than Romney and Perry…
    IT’S NOT A TWO PERSON RACE. Not that I wouldn’t support either one if they won, but Herman Cain is the man!

  20. Way to go Cain! What happened to Ron Paul? Couldn’t bus enough crazies to Florida, Ron Paul? I am so stoked. Cain and Santorum did well; better than expected. This is a huge upset for Cain.

  21. Slow and steady wins the race!!!!

  22. An easy to understand 999 plan, the ability to attack Obamacare, a pro Israel stance along with strong debates could put Cain on the ticket!

  23. So if Dems don’t like Cain, let’s say they are racists!

  24. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Paxson | September 24, 2011 at 5:42 pm |

    Bill, what about having Cain as “the ticket”…not just part of it?
    _______________________________________________

    I said that before I knew the results.
    Morgan Freeman can now crawl back into his hole.
    And there is a God. Thank You
    This will scare the you know what out of the Demorats.
    It will make no difference who he chooses for VP
    With his optimism this old country would turn around in Minutes.
    His 999 plan is so practical that it would be a crime not to endorse it.
    BUSINESS MEN MAKE THE WORLD GO AROUND.
    NOTHING BUT NOTHING HAPPENS UNTIL A SALE IS MADE!

  25. Tina | September 24, 2011 at 6:03 pm |
    Way to go Cain! What happened to Ron Paul? Couldn’t bus enough crazies to Florida, Ron Paul? I am so stoked. Cain and Santorum did well; better than expected. This is a huge upset for Cain.
    ————————————————————–
    I was afraid that paul was going to win. I was hoping that Newt, Santorum, Perry or Cain would win. I hate to say it but this defeat may knock Perry out of contention. I know it is just a straw poll, but the perception now is that Perry’s campaign is imploding. Cain’s win was very impressive. It will be interesting to see if this win translates into a better showing in the Scientific Polls and if he now gets more support for his campaign. From a PR standpoint, I think this reflects well on the Republican Party that a Black candidate won.

    http://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/cain-wins-early-florida-1187895.html

    Cain captured 37.1 percent of the vote at Saturday’s Presidency 5 straw poll in Orlando, with Texas Gov. Rick Perry coming in second with 15.4 percent. Mitt Romney came in third with14 percent and Rick Santorum followed with 10.88 percent.

  26. I think Cain can bring about more of the racial healing Dems craved when they voted for Obama because Cain does not harp on class warfare. Cain has a great sense of humor that helps get people through things. America will like that.

  27. Tina | September 24, 2011 at 6:13 pm |
    So if Dems don’t like Cain, let’s say they are racists!
    ——————————————————-
    The demRats are the worst racists. The Republicans ended slavery. The Republicans put the first Black on the Supreme Court. Compare W’s cabinet to bo or clinton’s cabinets and you see who the racists are.

  28. A 9% corporate tax will send jobs back here quicker than lightning.

  29. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    REMEMBER – The Florida Straw vote has been right 5 out of 6 times!

  30. I’m very happy to hear Cain won the FL straw poll. Now he should get some traction. And Paxson, yup, I never bought the two man race meme. Now it’s getting interesting.

  31. MLK was a Republican. I mention that to friends and they say what?

  32. http://www.sunshinestatenews.com/blog/rick-perry-backer-matt-gaetz-romney-supporters-voting-herman-cain-skew-results


    Rick Perry Backer Matt Gaetz: Romney Supporters Voting for Herman Cain to ‘Skew Results’

    Florida state Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Shalimar, is backing Gov. Rick Perry of Texas for the Republican presidential nomination. Gaetz posted on Twitter on Saturday that supporters of former Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts were voting for businessman Herman Cain in the RPOF Presidency 5 straw poll.

    “Romney campaign is having their Presidency5 delegates vote for Cain to skew results,” insisted Gaetz.

  33. Indy…you and Cabby have been on the Cain bandwagon for a long time. The man oozes class

  34. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Free Speech | September 24, 2011 at 6:23 pm |
    _____________________________________________

    Martin Luther King, Jr was a REGISTERED REPUBLICAN.
    How many knew that. It wasn’t taught in the schools.

  35. “Morgan Freeman can now crawl back into his hole.”

    LOL Mr Bill!

    And Tina, I agree that Cain can bring about racial healing. But that doesn’t mean that we first can’t throw the race card in the demRat’s faces! I hate to admit it but I can think of a few folks that should be on the receiving end so they can see how it feels.

  36. Having suspect immigration policies, being a poor debater amd now what appears to be a sore loser isn’t going attract voters. Cain smoked the opposition in this straw poll.

  37. 1% is an incredibly bad showing for bachmann!

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/herman-cain-wins-florida-straw-poll-with-37-of-the-vote/

    Cain received 37% of the vote at the CPACFL conference, with Perry, at 15%, the closest one behind. Romney received 14% of the vote, followed by Rick Santorum at 11%, Rep. Ron Paul at 10%, Newt Gingrich at 8%, Jon Huntsman at 2%, and rounding out the rear Rep. Michele Bachmann at 1%.

  38. I am happy to throw the race card at Dems. Ha!

  39. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    I hope you all realize how important this Presidential race could be. Two black men running in opposing Parties will tell the world once and for all there is NO RACISM IN AMERICA – Think about it.

  40. I am also glad Huntsman did so poorly. The MSM loves Huntsman. I think he is too liberal, and looks sleazy to me.

  41. http://www.mediaite.com/tv/herman-cain-wins-florida-straw-poll-with-37-of-the-vote/

    Over on Fox News, Carl Cameron declared the results a “clear message” for Perry that his debate performance did not go over so well, and that his supporters were willing to default to Cain and not Romney. For Cain himself, Cameron argued, it was a “huge, huge win” in terms of fundraising and name recognition. The news is also tremendously upsetting for the winner of the Iowa straw poll, Rep. Bachmann, given that she came in behind Huntsman.

  42. Paxson | September 24, 2011 at 6:27 pm |

    Paxson, I have a neighbor who is a great man, an old timer, a black guy who leans conservative. (He figured barky out early, with my help, lol.) I got him to start checking out Cain months ago. He recently had heart surgery and is in rehab now and thankfully doing great. As soon as I see him again this will be the first subject to talk about.

  43. indymac @ 6:40

    Nice… you might help his recovery even further and bring a smile to his face!!! Herman Cain is the man!!!!

  44. http://content.usatoday.com/communities/onpolitics/post/2011/09/florida-straw-poll-2012-perry-romney-paul/1

    He also vowed to challenge Obama to seven Lincoln-Douglas style debates, each three hours long and none with a moderator. “”If he wants to for his purposes use a Teleprompter for the debates, I’d understand that and it’s OK,” he said to laughter. “If I was going to defend Obamacare for 90 minutes, I’d want to have a Teleprompter.”

  45. If Cain were to be nominated out of some sort of change in attitude of the American people wouldn’t it be really great if he took along another black man for VP. Wouldn’t that blow the LIBS minds to hell and back. They would see their RACIST BS go right down the tube. That is thought to be the only thing that they will be able to use anyway…..suddenly VOILA it’s GONE. OOHH BOO HOO! LOL

  46. Mr. Bill(ms. helga) | September 24, 2011 at 6:38 pm |

    Talk about a match-up. It would be an all-black capitalist vs. a half-black Marxist. Think about it!

  47. Old Salt, watch the “Uncle Tom” and Clarence Thomas comparisons come out of the woodwork. The DemRats are frigging evil, buddy!

  48. Cain/West anyone? Ha!

  49. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    CW – I think that your subject of Morgan Freeman will end up being one of your most high volume comments. The timing of your article on Morgan Freeman couldn’t have been timed better. Especially his racist remarks. The winning of Herman Cain in the Florida was PERFECT timing. As I said before –

    “I hope you all realize how important this Presidential race could be. Two black men running in opposing Parties will tell the world once and for all there is NO RACISM IN AMERICA – Think about it.”

  50. Paxson………………
    That is specifically why I have not gotten behind anyone big time yet. If Cain can continue getting the MEDIA ATTENTION People are going to start looking in his direction,and listening to what he has to say with a hell of a lot more enthusiasm,and that gets the attention of others. Sadly the MEDIA is the measuring stick. When people see the MEDIA paying attention………they PAY ATTENTION. It shouldn’t be that way!

  51. I told myself that if Cain won the election that I would put some things aside and go to work full time on his campaign. Now what do I do if he wins?

  52. The biggest losers in the Florida Straw Poll were Perry and Bachmann, not because some 3500 Republicans gave them a vote of no confidence but because, despite the small voting sample, the perception of the loss handed to them by these 3500 Republicans will be the political news over the weekend.

  53. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    indymac | September 24, 2011 at 6:50 pm |

    Mr. Bill(ms. helga) | September 24, 2011 at 6:38 pm |

    Talk about a match-up. It would be an all-black capitalist vs. a half-black Marxist. Think about it!
    ______________________________________________________
    Talk about a match-up. It would be an all-black capitalist vs. a half-WHITE Marxist. Think about it! -( Would be better!)

  54. This straw poll loss is a signal to Bachmann that her smears are NOT appreciated by Conservatives. Herman Cain did not violate President Reagan’s 11th and that is one of the primary reasons that he won the Straw Poll. People are sick of hearing candidates smear other candidates. We want to hear what they are going to do to get us out of the crisis that boHillary have created. We are NOT interested in hearing them smear other candidates.

  55. All black capitalist, Christian pro Israel Pro American candidate born in the USA vs. Half white anti American, anti-semetic Marxist Muslim sympatizer.

  56. Paxson………………
    It is ONLY WORDS. “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will NEVER hurt me.” If you allow the words to effect you then it isn’t the person uttering the words it is the person who allows the words to HURT HIM/HER.

  57. Cain’s upset victory resets the field for a wide open race. Don’t be surprised if other candidates jump into the race as a result of this upset victory. This race is about to get very interesting.

  58. Bachman is a strong foot soldier in our movement, but she is just too one dimensional. That is why she is not gaining traction.

  59. And meanwhile,what is Obama doing today; golfing with Clinton rather than figuring out how to fix America.

  60. Tina | September 24, 2011 at 7:19 pm |
    And meanwhile,what is Obama doing today; golfing with Clinton rather than figuring out how to fix America.

    ————————————————–
    Seriously? bo is golfing with clinton today?

  61. They are probably consummating some unholy deal that was promised a long time ago for Obama to pull out and for Hillary to come back. The echos of how good things were when Clinton was in office have been an ongoing mantra undercurrent for months now. Nothing would surprise me.

  62. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    oldsalt79 | September 24, 2011 at 7:00 pm |

    Paxson………………
    That is specifically why I have not gotten behind anyone big time yet. If Cain can continue getting the MEDIA ATTENTION People are going to start looking in his direction,and listening to what he has to say with a hell of a
    lot more enthusiasm
    _____________________________________________________

    REMEMBER THE 3 MOST IMPORTANT WORDS –
    1 – Ratings
    2 – Cleavage
    3 – “Absolutely”
    That is all the MSM is interested in.
    If Cain gets the interest, he then becomes a “Ratings” generator.

  63. No doubt Jeb Bush is very pleased with the Cain upset victory. The Republican race is more wide open than ever. Jeb would instantly become the front runner if he got in. Palin must also be very tempted by the result of the Florida Straw Poll.

  64. I think that WE THE PEOPLE have seen and heard so much BS being shovelled by politicians that the people have become totally FED UP with people who scream WE ARE GOING TO …..BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, and how they are going to SPREAD THE WEALTH AROUND. Joe the PLUMBER stated exactly how he felt about that notion several times,and once again on HUCK’s tv show, to a hell of a lot of viewers. At least Joe the plumber is not one of our DUMBED DOWN society. He THINKS.

  65. Mr. Bill(ms. helga) | September 24, 2011 at 7:07 pm |

    LOL, you are so right, it’s better!

  66. Free Speech | September 24, 2011 at 7:21 pm |
    Tina | September 24, 2011 at 7:19 pm |
    And meanwhile,what is Obama doing today; golfing with Clinton rather than figuring out how to fix America.

    ————————————————–
    Seriously? bo is golfing with clinton today?

    ——————–

    Yep. All over the news. I agree, Paxson, they may be plotting something.

  67. I have a gut feeling that a whole lot of voters who DIDN’T THINK in 2008 are now doing a HELL OF A LOT OF THINKING………..about WHY THEY ARE UNEMPLOYED, and their unemployment checks are about to end. They WILL be registering their feelings in 2012, and the LIBS are going to have their HEADS handed to them once again…….just like in 2010,only in 10 times the intensity.

  68. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-herman-cain-wins-florida-straw-poll,0,1254901.story

    In a symbolic setback for the Republican presidential frontrunner, businessman Herman Cain tripped up Gov. Rick Perry in a straw ballot of Florida Republican activists Saturday.

    The vote has no bearing on the choice of a 2012 nominee but, along with recent campaign events, is likely to increase the chances that the Republican presidential contest will tighten.

    Cain’s message struck a chord with delegates like Jeff Lukens, 54, who came to the Orange County Convention Center expecting to vote for Perry but said the Texas governor gave “a disappointing performance in the debate.”

    However, his lightly funded campaign has virtually no infrastructure, little organization and remains far behind the leaders in the polls. Even those who voted for him Saturday said they don’t expect him to win the Florida primary next winter.

    Lukens said he treated the straw ballot like a pre-season football game, rather than an actual primary vote. “I know Cain isn’t going to be nominated,” he said. “This was an opportunity to vote how you really feel.”

  69. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Free Speech | September 24, 2011 at 7:21 pm |

    Tina | September 24, 2011 at 7:19 pm |
    And meanwhile,what is Obama doing today; golfing with Clinton rather than figuring out how to fix America.

    ————————————————–
    Seriously? bo is golfing with clinton today?
    _______________________________________________________

    I wrote the following sometime ago over at “USURPERVILLE”. It says it all.

    ms. helga | February 18, 2011 at 8:00 am |

    On this day I will make my “”666″ comment.

    William Jefferson Clinton was the first U.S. President to “franchise” the federal government through his presidency. The Usurper, alias Barry Soetoro, was the first person to turn the federal government into a “racket”. Lastly, but most consequentially, Facebook has replaced the mimeograph machine.

    http://www.google.com/webhp#hl=en&sugexp=ldymls&xhr=t&q=mimeograph+machine+%2B+Russian+Revolution&cp=39&pf=p&sclient=psy&site=webhp&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=mimeograph+machine+%2B+Russian+Revolution&pbx=1&bav=on.1,or.&fp=5e2b21bd614e0a97

  70. Tina | September 24, 2011 at 7:35 pm |
    Free Speech | September 24, 2011 at 7:21 pm |
    Tina | September 24, 2011 at 7:19 pm |
    And meanwhile,what is Obama doing today; golfing with Clinton rather than figuring out how to fix America.

    ————————————————–
    Seriously? bo is golfing with clinton today?

    ——————–

    Yep. All over the news… they may be plotting something.
    ==============================================
    Probably working out the arrangements for bo’s pardon by hillary after he replaces biden with her and then resigns.

  71. http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/gop-presidential-primary/183601-gingrich-qits-sillyq-to-say-gop-race-down-to-romney-perry

    Republican presidential candidate New Gingrich said Friday that “it’s silly” to characterize the GOP race as a two-person affair, arguing that the contest remains “still a very, very wide open race.”

    “At this point in 2007, Rudy Giuliani and Fred Thompson were the Republican front-runners,” Gingrich said. “So for the news media to decide they think they are going to pick who’s going to be able to take advantage of things, I think is pretty foolish.”


  72. AMEN!!!
    ——————————————–
    http://blog.chron.com/rickperry/2011/09/cain-leapfrogs-perry-and-romney-in-florida-straw-poll/#Delete me for hard loop

    “They are tired of the sparring between Perry and Romney,” Pat Chandler, a delegate from New Port Richey, said of her fellow delegates. Added her husband, Larry, “Ronald Reagan used to say, ‘Direct your fire at the other party. Don’t shoot your fellow Republicans.’”

  73. Paxson | September 24, 2011 at 6:27 pm |
    Indy…you and Cabby have been on the Cain bandwagon for a long time. The man oozes class.
    **********************************************
    Whoopee!!! For once this afternoon I was watching Animal Planet and disengaged from all things political. Then while watching Huckabee I heard the announcement. Here you guys are all engaged with the latest, up-to-date stuff. I love all of your comments. Isn’t this great that at least Cain gets some exposure that he has been needing? My second thought was, “What happened to the Paulistas at the straw poll?”

  74. This morning I was reading a number of comments made to an article concerning Gov. Perry. There were many well-thought out views, but it was noteworthy how a number were recognizing that Gingrich is worthy of more consideration than he has been given, in spite of the personal baggage that he carries. The suggestion was made that a Cain/Gingrich ticket could be good. Do you remember how during the last part of the debate when asked whom they would select for a running mate, Herman acknowledged warmly Newt as being someone he would appreciate having on his team? I know, I know, it is too early to speculate…….

  75. Cabby, I do remember that and mentioned it here last night. Herman Cain is himself an intellect and recognizes brain power. I love Newt’s ideas. His personal failings are his own business, but will be a lightning rod from the left. He will definitely make any Presidential candidate intellectually more sound on policy. The thing that I like about Herman Cain is that he also appears to be morally impeccable. As a Christian, I know that this isn’t possible but he sure looks good from the outside looking in…. The words “above reproach” comes to mind. It’ll be awfully hard to bring a good natured Grandfather down with smears. They’ll try, but it will backfire.

  76. Sorry “beyond reproach”…my bad.

  77. One thing that Newt has definitely done is show a tremendous amount of leadership as the “elder statesman” on the stage at the debates. He has scored some likability points that were much needed. All of the other candidates admire him and it is evident.

  78. Paxson, I agree about Cain’s personal life. Having been very interested in him for quite awhile, as you have been, I have hung onto every word and read much about him. He has had a great family life, as well as an exceptionally stellar career in business. Most of all, he has a way of connecting with ordinary people if given half a chance to fully express himself.
    He doesn’t need handlers to exceed; in fact, he does best when allowed to freely and succinctly speak his heart. BTW, he DOES have a heart! There is no way that it is phony, because he speaks with the same passion and clarity whether he is interviewed by Neil Cavuto or participating in an intense national debate.

  79. I believe that with Herman Cain, “What you see is what you get.!” I haven’t ever sensed the least bit of phoniness with him. Of course, he is just a human being, not a god, and he would be the first to acknowledge that.

    It is refreshing to hear a non-politician for a change. So many others specialize in what they think the folks want to hear.

  80. I love Newt too. Wish he didn’t have all that stuff in his past, but still love him.

  81. Believing that something is going to happen is the first step in any successful endeavor, whether it be sports, business or politics. Herman Cain is a “can do” guy, he has proven it over and over again in his life. This is a small step, but the journey of a 1,000 miles begins with the first step (or something like that). Right? The pundits and naysayers will downplay it…BECAUSE THAT IS WHAT THEY ARE PAID TO DO AND THIS WIN DOESN’T FIT THEIR NARROW NARRATIVE OF HOW THINGS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE.

  82. Tina – I think that Newt became more liberated after the first debate. He seems relaxed, and most do their best when they are not under a great deal of anxiety. His personal baggage will pale into insignificance, I believe.

    Paxson – It IS refreshing to see Herman Cain have such a sincere, upbeat attitude, because it inspires and uplifts the listeners. Yes, we can expect many of the pundits to minimize this win by either ignoring or pushing forward their “picks.” Don’t you just love it?

  83. Cabby @ 9:43

    YES!!! loL!!!!

  84. I’ve liked Cain from the first time I heard him speak on some video, but didn’t think he had a chance. Then later, some of his other qualifications were mentioned by radio talk show hosts and I thought, WHY aren’t these things about him brought out for the people to hear? I mean, this man runs rings around the ‘Community Organizer’ when it comes to life experiences, work ethics and education. The ONLY worry I have of Mr. Cain is his defense of the Federal Reserve, but I’m trying to give him the benefit of the doubt since he worked there at one time.

    Tina, I saw your post above re: Cain/West and I think that would be a super combination too. West is knowledgable of foreign policy and an expert on Muslim history…..so necessary for someone in our government to know right now for our national safety and security.

    As for Newt, I’ve always liked him until I heard him brag about being a moderate. Then when he backed Scazzafava in NY who turned around and endorsed the Democrat after she decided to drop out, I was truly ticked at Newt. After that he endorsed the ‘moderate’ female running against Barbara Boxer (sorry, her name escapes me at the moment) instead of the truly conservative Chuck DeVore, I decided that Newt is not the man I used to love and admire at one time for his quick wit and common sense. Something has happened to him over the years and it has been a sad awakening for me.

    Anyway, I don’t know how Cain won the straw poll since Morgan Freeman says the Tea Party is all racist. It must have been all black voters who put Mr. Cain over the top, ya think??? ;-) GO HERMAN CAIN!!! :-)

  85. I have not been here in a while. Why is Free Speech posting in bold? Is he still ruling CW?

    I am delighted that Cain won the Florida Straw Poll! And I am likewise glad that so many of you agree!

  86. It’s time for this country to move in a positive direction again. Dwelling in the negative is exhausting.

  87. Hi, Ladyhawke – We’ve been missin’ ya! Glad that you are happy about Cain’s breakthrough. It is going to be a long, hard fight.

    Thistle – You brought up some things about Gingrich that I had forgotten. Those are issues that need to be considered, that’s for sure. He does tend to be a compromiser at times. Perhaps in the second slot he would be okay if a strong conservative were number one.

  88. Cabby, Gingrich has made some mistakes that is for sure. He thought at the time, I believe, that it would be politically wise to juxtapose himself against the Tea Party to soften his edges. He has been a mostly reliable advocate for the things that I believe in for a long time, so it is easy to forgive.

  89. Paxson, I agree. There’s where the better part of wisdom comes in for each of us. Even the best of the candidates have said things, or had involvements that give us pause. It takes good judgment to evaluate the relative strength of these objections and to assess them in light of present circumstances.

    For example, we have heard of Herman Cain’s connection with a Federal Reserve Bank in the ’90’s, I believe. For those of us who deplore what the Federal Reserve System has been doing these days, we need to carefully and fairly assess what his prior connection means.

    To blackball him because he served on the Board of a Federal Reserve Bank at one time and ignore what he has to say today, is totally unfair, imho, because he IS opposed to the present policies of the Feds. That is the type of thing that each of us needs to evaluate and to exercise good judgment upon. It behooves us to not jump to quick conclusions.

  90. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Herman Cain has shaken The USURPER’s Squad right to the base of their eye teeth. They will now have to go and kill Osama Bin Laden AGAIN. What really shakes them is the answer to their constant calling Republicans Racists. Yeah – a Cain/West ticket would blow their lids off. And remember this too – Martin Luther King,Jr was a registered Republican which,I am sure, is never taught in the schools.
    Onward & Upward. Can’t wait to hear the Sunday Talking heads today.
    It is all about ratings for them and Herman Cain causes their ratings to go up. For them it is a Lose-Lose situation.
    Morgan Freeman go back and crawl into your hole.

  91. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    PS –
    “I hope you all realize how important this Presidential race could be. Two black men running in opposing Parties in a majority white nation will tell the world once and for all there is NO RACISM IN AMERICA – Think about it.”

  92. Mr. Bill(ms. helga) | September 25, 2011 at 8:25 am |

    Who cares what the world thinks. I wouldn’t vote for someone just because they are black purple or green.

    Look how that worked ouy for the D RATS

    Good for Herman, I hope his health does not become an issue.

  93. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    Herman Cain Takes On Morgan Freeman For Calling Tea Party Racist

    Read more: http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2011/09/25/herman-cain-takes-morgan-freeman-calling-tea-party-racist#ixzz1Yy9ggAa2

    Cain calls remark ‘sad': ‘This is real life, not a movie’…
    Perfect timing CW

  94. Think positive….

    Yes we Cain! Yes we Cain! Yes we Cain!

  95. Freespeech,
    If I leave Obama Barf bags at hotel registration desk, will you get them?
    sheraton music city on mcgavock.

  96. Pat1789,
    I agree that voting for somebody merely because of the color of their skin is abhorrent and ridiculous. But we need Herman Cain, whether he is black or green. We need an outsider to come in an thoroughly scrutinize the way that government operates, in every way. He is an analyst, a problem solver and a leader. He is the perfect man for the job.

    The fact that he is black will make it harder to make race a wedge issue amongsth the populace. But they will try and they will get ugly.

    In addition, Cain won one straw poll. Albeit, it was a big one, but there is much work to be done if we want to get this man elected.

  97. indymac | September 25, 2011 at 9:22 am | Think positive….

    Yes we Cain! Yes we Cain! Yes we Cain!

    ——————————————————————————————

    I like that!

  98. Paxson | September 24, 2011 at 11:45 pm | It’s time for this country to move in a positive direction again. Dwelling in the negative is exhausting.
    ———————————————————————————————–
    Agreed.

  99. On FOX News Sunday Brit Hume said, “Herman Cain had his moment, but it won’t last.”

    Bill Bennett said on Meet the Press, “The nomination is wide open.” He said he is going to continue to try and persuade Paul Ryan to get in.

    Romney won the Michigan Straw Poll with 51% of the vote. Unless a prominent Republican like Jeb Bush jumps in, romney will probably win the nomination because the demRats will vote for Romney in all the open primary States because they know boHillary can beat romney with trump running as a 3rd Party Candidate with Palin or paul as his VP.

    So I guess I will have to hold my nose and vote for Romney in the General Election but this is deja vu with the Republicans shooting themselves in the foot and nominating an unelectable candidate.

    I don’t know who I will vote for in the Republican Primary. I am still praying that Jeb Bush gets in.

  100. Mr. Bill(ms. helga)

    How about a double whammy – Go WEST with CAIN and East Too

  101. http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/09/25/romney-wins-michigan-straw-poll/

    Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney won an overwhelming victory over Texas Gov. Rick Perry in a straw poll of attendees to a major Michigan Republican conference.

  102. http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/Schoen-Jeb-Bush-Romney/2011/09/23/id/412028

    Speaking immediately after the Fox News-Google debate, Schoen told Newsmax that Romney is “seemingly unstoppable unless Jeb Bush throws his hat in the ring.”

    He added: “Republicans have had three or four front-runners: Romney, Donald Trump, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry. Now [the GOP is] moving back to Romney, perhaps inexorably, and the only man in America who can beat Mitt Romney and galvanize the Republican Party is Jeb Bush.”

    Read more on Newsmax.com: Mitt Romney Wins GOP Debate, Only Jeb Bush Could Beat Romney
    Important: Do You Support Pres. Obama’s Re-Election? Vote Here Now!Speaking immediately after the Fox News-Google debate, Schoen told Newsmax that Romney is “seemingly unstoppable unless Jeb Bush throws his hat in the ring.”

    He added: “Republicans have had three or four front-runners: Romney, Donald Trump, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry. Now [the GOP is] moving back to Romney, perhaps inexorably, and the only man in America who can beat Mitt Romney and galvanize the Republican Party is Jeb Bush.”

  103. On FOX News Sunday Brit Hume said, “Herman Cain had his moment, but it won’t last.”

  104. Another reason that Romney will win the nomination is that none can compete with his fundraising abilities.

    http://theweek.com/article/index/216948/mitt-romneys-18-million-fundraising-haul-is-he-unstoppable

  105. Free Speech | September 24, 2011 at 6:34 pm |

    1% is an incredibly bad showing for bachmann!

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    This is true. (Damm, I’m agreeing with FreeSpeech again..LOL)

    In any event, from my personal perspective, she lost it during her interview when shown the fake WH Birth Certificate as said, “Well, that solves that”….This is after months of calling for Congress to investigate.

    Now it appears she is really dense. Lets put it another way. If Bachmann was elected as President and questioned a few other issues, could we have a leader so easily persuaded?

    President Bachmann, we have been just informed through intelligence and satellite imagery, that Russia has set up a nuke site in Iran. Russia sends a letter to the WH, No we didn’t. Bachmann, “that solves that”.

    President Bachmann. we have been informed that China has deployed its entire naval fleet and headed for the U.S. Pacific Coast. China issues and offical statement, “no we haven’t”. Bachmann responds, “that solves that”.

    On and on. you can imagine the rest. We do not need a leader so fickle.

    just saying the obvious.

  106. F(o)S @ 11:12

    You don’t know who you are going to vote for in the primaries? You are kidding right? You’ve just spent the last month and change comparing Rick Perry to Ronald Reagan, tell us all that his you know what doesn’t stink. Anybody who asked questions about Rick Perry were called DemRats at Hilbots etc.

    Now you don’t know who you are voting for in the primaries? It reminds me of “a castle built on sand…” etc. WOW! One little stumble and Perry is kicked to the curb.

  107. The Republican delegates will be awarded proportionately. Thus the candidate with the most money will get the nomination because only a candidate with a lot of money can compete nationally. Thus the Republican Nomination process is in Romney’s favor now that Perry has faltered. Perry will find it increasingly harder to raise money after the debates and his poor showing in the Florida and Michigan Straw Polls.

    There is no one in the Party other than Jeb Bush who can raise enough money to beat Romney.

  108. The boHillary demRats like paxson want Republicans and Independents to waste their money and time supporting unelectable candidates.

    If Perry somehow revives his campaign, I may vote for him. If Jeb Bush joins the race I WILL vote for him. If a conservative candidate can get traction in the polls and raise enough money to compete then I will vote for them if Perry is no longer viable and Jeb Bush does not enter the race.

  109. I’m not going to make any bold statements except for the fact that this is a wide open race and that ALL of the candidates better have their game faces on from here on out if they want to be seated in the WhiteHouse. This is good for the party and good for the country.

    In the mean time, don’t waste time listening to the CHRONICALLY wrong. It’s a waste of time.

  110. If ever there was a CHRONIC MORON it is the boHillary demRat paxson.

    Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”

  111. NJ governer christy may run he will let every one know in about a week , he is being pressured big time by the gop , sounds like he may run would love to see that . I live in nj and would be happy to see chris christy get in the race .,

  112. kay | September 25, 2011 at 12:26 pm |
    NJ governer christy may run he will let every one know in about a week , he is being pressured big time by the gop , sounds like he may run would love to see that . I live in nj and would be happy to see chris christy get in the race .,

    ————————————————
    Thanks Kay. I will keep an open mind about Christie.

  113. Looking at the 2008 Republican Primaries, it is clear that the Republican nomination is wide open. Romney only got 22% of the vote. If Jeb Bush entered the race now, he would win the nomination overwhelmingly.\

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republican_Party_(United_States)_presidential_primaries,_2008

  114. It’s obvious now. Establishment RINOs and DemRat ops like F(o)S fear Cain more than any other GOP contender. Interesting, isn’t it?

  115. The case for Cain:

    “After the debate the other night, only Cain seemed like a man with unshakeable honor, a man without guile. He seems to be a true conservative with core convictions and a delicious anti-Republican establishment bent.”

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2011/09/the_case_for_cain.html

  116. It is obvious that boHillary demRat indymac like boHillary demRat paxson is FULL of Sh*t!

    I like Herman Cain. If he can get any traction in the polls and raise enough money to have a viable campaign, I will consider voting for him. If Cain is the Republican Nominee I WILL DEFINITELY VOTE FOR HIM!

  117. Mr Bill…………………
    I have long held special empathy for Alan West. He is a very bright young man,and does indeed hold the Constitution in very high esteem. Most everybody knows that he received some pretty shappy treatment as a commissioned officer in the ARMY.n He is articulate, matter of fact, and says what he thinks. If what he has to say offends anybody he either invites them to leave his presence, or refers them to DOCUMENTED FACT. This is a trait that I very much admire in any person. He would make an excellent choice for VP. His military background uniquely qualifies him for the VP position.

  118. I find myself especially concerned when I read that Soetoro is out golfing with SLICK WILLY. I would tend to think that Soetoro (who allegedly graduated from Harvard is seeking advice from SW,(who is an Oxford graduate) on how best to FIX THE TEA PARTY………but not a good sort of FIX. It would be a SLICK WILLY SPECIAL FIX.

  119. If ever there were CHRONIC MORONS, they are the boHillary demRats paxson & indymac.

    I like Herman Cain. If he can get any traction in the polls and raise enough money to have a viable campaign, I will consider voting for him. If Cain is the Republican Nominee I WILL DEFINITELY VOTE FOR HIM!

  120. If Sarah Palin were to announce her candidacy for the Republican Nomination now, she would likely become the instant frontrunner unless Jeb Bush gets in.

  121. Free Speech | September 25, 2011 at 1:07 pm |

    So you’re not waving the Perry pom-poms any longer? You lobby for others than Cain, but you’ll vote for him if he’s the nominee? Who is the moron here?

    You’ll vote for barky and we all know it, because you’re an insane radical progressive operative merely pretending to be a conservative.

  122. The time to get behind Cain is NOW.


  123. Paxson | March 21, 2011 at 8:58 pm |

    “Hillary… is looking like Barry frigging Goldwater to me right now. She’s the only grown up in the room and…there is no doubt that she is an American and loves our country…”
    ==================================================
    If ever there were CHRONIC MORONS, they are the boHillary demRats paxson & indymac.

    I like Herman Cain. If he can get any traction in the polls and raise enough money to have a viable campaign, I will consider voting for him. If Cain is the Republican Nominee I WILL DEFINITELY VOTE FOR HIM!

  124. If Sarah Palin were to announce her candidacy for the Republican Nomination now she would likely become the instant frontrunner unless Jeb Bush gets in.

  125. F(o)S “likes” Herman Cain, but will lobby hard for anyone but Herman Cain. LOL!


  126. While analyzing the results of Saturday’s Florida Straw Poll on “Fox News Sunday,” Fox News senior political contributor Brit Hume said businessman Herman Cain’s victory may not mean all too much and that Perry’s poor showings recently may indicate his campaign is on the verge of “total collapse.”

    Herman Cain was there. He tried hard in this. It seems to me he gets a moment out of this, but I can’t imagine it’s going to last very long.

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/09/25/hume-perry-is-about-one-half-a-step-away-from-almost-total-collapse/#ixzz1YzGpdDBB

  127. I respect Brit Hume and there is no doubt that Cain faces an uphill battle against the big money establishment Republicans. I’m not in the mood for a “blue blood” country club Republican candidate right now. In the long run, if that is the decision that we make as a party then I will obviously do what I can to help that person get elected. In the mean time, I believe that our party needs to move in a different direction. The best option that I see right now to move in this alternative direction is Herman Cain.

  128. http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Elections/President/2011/0925/Can-Herman-Cain-keep-up-the-momentum-after-his-Florida-straw-poll-win

    Herman Cain is basking in the Sunday glow of his surprise win Saturday in the Florida straw poll.

    But stark morning-after questions remain:

    Can he keep up the momentum among his Republican rivals for the 2012 presidential nomination? Will the results of what is essentially a candidate beauty contest make any difference in the national polls, which are a much more accurate gauge of how the rivals are doing compared to each other (and to Barack Obama)? And will it mean sharper scrutiny – and pointed criticism – of his positions and policies in upcoming debates and straw poll maneuvering?

    Most analysts see Saturday’s unscientific Florida poll of 2,657 delegates (party activists who’d paid $175 to participate) as one blip on a long trail of debates and straw polls – and one that mainly was a rebuke of Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

    So far, Cain has yet to take off in national polls. The latest Rasmussen poll gives him just 7 percent; the McClatchy-Marist poll has him at 5 percent, as does the CBS News/New York Times poll of Republican primary voters; the Bloomberg News national poll gives him 4 percent; and the CNN/Opinion Research poll puts Cain at 5 percent

  129. Lookie at the demRat F(o)S pimping for the elites who don’t want Herman Cain, his FL straw poll win doesn’t mean much, won’t last that long, blah blah. These RINO/demRats now are doing cartwheels to try to cut off Cain’s momentum before he can get it going.

  130. I am happy that Herman Cain won the Florida Straw Poll in that it refutes the demRat smear that the Tea Party is racist.

  131. Cain can pull indies. That is what scares demRats. That’s why they’d like it if Palin would get in, in order to split the conservative vote away from Cain, thus handing the nomination to RINO Romney. Add the fact that Cain could siphon off enough of the black vote to cream the demRat calculations. Imagine if it were a Cain/Rubio ticket, what with the Hispanic vote it would pull? It could be game, set, match. No wonder demRat operatives like F(o)S are now fighting against Cain.

  132. Well GTG for now. I don’t get paid for this like F(o)S does. I think he gets double time on Sunday. See ya!

  133. More power to Herman Cain if he can get any traction in the Scienctific Polls and raise enough money to become a viable candidate. Again, I WILL VOTE FOR HERMAN CAIN IF HE WINS THE REPUBLICAN NOMINATION.

  134. Are you concerned about the Elenin comet Alignment on September 26?
    Well maybe you should be!

    http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-759001.0.html

    Obama to visit new (Secret?) deep underground airport Military base near Denver on September 27. So far this visit is not being made public by the media, except by Jesse Ventura in a video.

    Does Obama’s trip to this airport have anything to do with comet Elenin?
    Are we expecting major global earthquakes between the 26 to 28 of September?

    Prepare, wait and see!

  135. A week and a half ago the establishment were all but declaring Rick Perry the victor in the Republican primaries, that are still three months away, unless Mitt Romney could somehow pry it away from him.

    Now Herman Cain has shredded their narrative. I see this to be a good thing.

  136. http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/middle-class-guy/2011/sep/24/herman-cain-wins-florida-straw-poll/

    Florida Governor Rick Scott attributed Cain’s win to his spending time in the state after the debate. The front runners, including Perry, left Florida after the debate Thursday to check out the other tracks. On Saturday they paid the price.

    Cain is still a long shot. He has never held elective office, he is not one of the good old boys of the political establishment, and he still has to raise money. He has to translate his Florida win into mounds of cash.

    Ron Paul and Michelle Bachmann were formidable fund raisers in the past due to their popularity. Most of the money came from the grassroots and money bombs. If Cain can translate his increase in popularity into cash he has a chance.

    erman Cain deserves a closer look. If he gains momentum, keeps focused on his message, doesn’t stumble, and throws effective counter punches at the critics, he may be able to pull off a primary win.

  137. http://www.thenation.com/blog/163616/herman-cain-wins-absurd-florida-straw-poll

    No such grand conclusions should be drawn from this meaningless, non-binding contest. Straw polls, like the famous one in Iowa, are not good proxies for future primary results. They include only a small number of paying participants. Cain won with only 996 votes. In 2008 John McCain won the Florida Republican primary with 36 percent of the vote. That equaled 701,761 votes. If you want to get an idea of how Florida Republicans might vote, you can take a poll. The last one, from Quinnipiac, showed Rick Perry in first with 28 percent and Romney in second at 22 percent. Cain came in ninth with 7 percent. (The poll included Sarah Palin.)

  138. F(o)S made a post yesterday at 4:16 pm. that directly contradicts the post that he just made above that Rick Perry left the state with all of the other “front runners”. In the 4:16 post yesterday, he states that Rick Perry valued the Florida straw poll so much that he stuck around after the others left. Now it appears that this narrative doesn’t work so well and Rick Perry actually left.

    Interesting. How can we trust somebody who doesn’t even know what the truth is? Isn’t that the most important thing? The truth, that is.

  139. Don’t believe me? Scroll up.

  140. I hope that Sarah Palin gets before the next debate. I would like to see how she handles herself against romney.

  141. Well for someone who “likes” Herman Cain, F(o)S sure is cutting and pasting every “I pop this Cain bubble, you lose!” article being pushed by the LSM right now.

  142. A week or two ago I said that I would like to see Sarah Palin get in the mix and was lambasted for being a DemRat etc. Sarah Palin was essentially called a whore by F(o)S and there was a steady drip of misinformation (discredited Joe McGinniss quotes and all) were the main diet here for several days.

    Now he would like to see her enter the debate. Why? If his feelings about her were so strong then? What is the purpose of F(o)S here and his contribution to this blog and movement?

    I can understand the feelings of people like Pat1789 being put off by Sarah hmmming and hawing about getting into the race. I can see how some people may be put off by her demeanor. But F(o)S went beyond that and went deep into Sarah Palin’s personal life.

    Now he wants her in the debate. Interesting.

  143. Palin could split the conservative vote away from Cain, giving the nomination to Romney. Guess the demRat F(o)S would like that!

  144. Indy, I know what he is driving at…he wan’t chaos in the “grassroots” of the party. I was heading him off at the pass in wondering why somebody he just called a whore (literally) is somebody he would like to be in the Republican debates.

  145. Sorry. He wants chaos in the grassroots of the party. The grassroots are gaining traction in this Cain win. Sarah Palin would disrupt any new found momentum.

  146. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2011/09/24/rick-perry-republican-debates-not-prepared-for-critical-campaign-point.html

    Debates require a lot of hard work and preparation. If you try to wing it, it shows. I gave Governor Perry a pass on his first debate. But I was really surprised at his second debate. And shocked by his third. Because he showed no improvement. At all. He should never have been surprised by questions on social security, illegal immigration, and HPV vaccinations. But he responded like he was hearing the questions for the first time. Even the third time he was asked.

    The debates proved how difficult it is to announce a national campaign for president late on the calendar, especially having never run before, and enter into a scramble of debates right out of the gate. I understand that the Perry campaign is completely overwhelmed. But it was his choice to jump in when he did. What I don’t understand and can’t excuse is why is he wasn’t better prepared by his third debate. He should have shelved everything on his calendar to make sure he was ready.

    Perry can recover, but he has wasted some huge opportunities, making it a lot harder on himself and his campaign than it should have been. He’s raised a lot of concern among Republicans about whether he is up to the job. He’s started new conversations about Chris Christie and Sarah Palin.

  147. LOL!

    It is HILARIOUS to see how TERRIFIED the demRats are of Gov. Sarah Palin.

    There is little doubt that Palin would become an instant frontrunner if she got in now.

    LOL!

  148. Herman Cain is the new conversation. It seems that some people have an “anybody but Cain” mentality. Even asking for Sarah Palin to join the race. Sarah Palin is the same person that he called a “whore” (literally).

  149. LOL! It’s HILARIOUS that when I said that Sarah Palin should enter the race two weeks ago I was called the same round of sophomoric slurs.

    F(o)S is a FRAUD! Hope all can see it now. I’m outta here for a while.

  150. The only ones to call Gov Sarah Palin a “whore” are boHillary demRats paxson and indymac.

    There is ABSOLUTELY NO EVIDENCE that Gov Palin engaged in prostitution of any sort. In fact, Gov Palin was a champion against corruption and “crony capitalism” of the boHillary regime.

    capt

  151. I would love to see Gov Palin enter the race now. I did not like her negative comments about Gov Perry but I can forgive her for that.

    The Fact is that we need a strong conservative in the race now that Gov Perry seems to be faltering.

  152. http://www.alaskadispatch.com/article/will-sarah-palin-be-october-surprise

    It’s been a good few weeks for Sarah Palin.

    First, Joe McGinniss’s tell-all book about her was slammed by the mainstream media.

    Now, a new national poll shows her trailing President Obama in a head-to-head matchup by just 5 points, 44 to 49. That’s better than current GOP frontrunner Rick Perry, who trails the president 41 to 50 in the same poll.

    Palin did acknowledge that there are deadlines looming to get on the ballot in certain primary and caucus states. (Florida, for example, has a deadline of Oct. 31.)

  153. hapnHal.
    I have actually been monitoring this.

  154. It’s election time, time to hire workers to register dead people, and Micky Mouse.

    EXTREMISTS ON PARADE
    Obama’s HUD execs deliver $730,000 to ACORN spinoffs
    Another $15 billion proposed for Alinsky-inspired groups
    Posted: September 24, 2011
    10:30 pm Eastern

    © 2011 WND

    The Obama administration has given ACORN spinoffs $729,849 so far this year and may hand out billions more in federal cash to these and other Saul Alinsky-inspired organizations, according to award-winning investigative journalist Matthew Vadum.

    “Barack Obama is doing everything he can to enrich radical activist groups at the expense of the American people,” said Vadum, author of the explosive new book “Subversion Inc.: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers.”

    Read more: Obama’s HUD execs deliver $730,000 to ACORN spinoffs http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=347313#ixzz1YzuaUoEb

  155. http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/

    Join TN resident Fran MacLeran, demand congresswoman Marsha Blackburn to petition committee chairs and allow me to testify before Congress on SSA fraud committed by Obama. Demand your local sheriff to file charges.

    Posted on | September 25, 2011 | 3 Comments

    Fran MacLeran to Margaret, me, Sharon
    show details 8:51 AM (5 minutes ago)

    Dear Ms. Tipton,

    I am writing to let you know that I accept your acknowledgement, and that of Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, that you have been informed of a felony being committed by the Federal Employee named Barack Hussein Obama and you refuse to address the complaint.

    On September 9, 2011 we had a telephone conversation in which I informed you, as a representative of Congresswoman Blackburn, that Federal Employee Barack Hussein Obama is using a Social Security Number that comes up invalid when it is verified by the Federal System that is supplied so that employers can report Social Security Number fraud, which is a felony. After our conversation I forwarded you detailed information from Private Investigator Susan Daniels which shows that the number indicates that it is assigned to the State of Connecticut, was issued in March of 1977 while the Federal Employee was in 10th grade, was issued to a person born in 1890, and that the number was used by now Federal Employee Barack Hussein Obama while at over 25 addresses including various law firms, while at Harvard and as a U.S. Senator. I received no response to the evidence that was provided to your office.

    Never has Federal Employee Barack Hussein Obama resided in the State of Connecticut. He has stated, but never proven, that he was residing in Hawaii at the time. In an attempt to cover up the crime Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly stated the number must have been issued while Barack Hussein Obama, Sr. was attending Harvard in Connecticut. After the broadcast the video was removed from the Fox News site because they released that Harvard was in Massachusetts and not Connecticut. Besides, Barack Hussein Obama, Sr. was not in the United States of America in 1977.

    On September 13, 2011 I requested that someone from Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn’s office meet with Dr. Orly Taitz, esq. while she was in town to meet with legal council of other representatives. Dr. Taitz followed-up my request with a personal Email request from her asking for a meeting. No response was received from your office. Dr. Taitz did have personal in depth meetings with legal counsel, chiefs of staff and senior advisers for 4 high ranking senators and 3 representatives: Senator Tom Coburn-ranking member of the subcommittee on privacy on senate judicial committee, Senator Jim Inhofe, Senator Marco Rubio, Congressman Lamar Smith-chair f the House Judiciary committee, Congressman Allen West, Congressman Steven King. Yet you, as a representative of Congresswoman Blackburn, refused to have someone from your office meet with Dr. Taitz, but instead continue to protect the Federal Employee who is committing a felony.

    Congresswoman Blackburn’s lack of response to this very serious situation makes her, and you as a knowledgeable party, an accessory to the Social Security fraud crime being committed. Refusing to address the crime does not absolve you, or Congresswoman Blackburn, of any guilt.

    As I mentioned in our telephone conversation the real American Citizens are getting very upset with the corruption, and cover up, that is taking place in Washington DC. My contacting your office was to let you know that there is a serious problem that needs to be addressed by congress. If you believe that this will all be forgotten once the Federal Employee completes his terms you are sadly mistaken. Many men put their lives on the line to defend the Constitution and they have taken a oath which they are still required to abide by. The oath states that they are to defend our country against “all enemies both foreign and domestic”. They are willing to do the job if you are not.

    Playing political games is unacceptable, and will not be tolerated by the many American Patriots here in the real world.

    Thank you for your time,

    Fran MacLeran
    Kingston Springs, TN 37082

  156. I promise this,

    Without “Any” Canidate for the Republican party, calling out Obama and investigating the most massive FRAUD EVER COMMITTED IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, then none will win the election against Obama. Speak of all other issues and avoid this one, is an end-game.

    They need to realize that, prior to seeking office. Expose, or not, equals elected, or not.

    Not a difficult understanding.

  157. It is too early to make too much of the recent RNC debates and polls. We have not yet had a primary. And the top candidates will not surface until after the third or fourth primary. As for me, I will vote for whomever achieves the RNC nomination. It is a tough road, and the one who prevails here will deserve to become POTUS.

  158. William | September 25, 2011 at 4:42 pm |

    I promise this,

    Without “Any” Canidate for the Republican party, calling out Obama and investigating the most massive FRAUD EVER COMMITTED IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, then none will win the election against Obama. Speak of all other issues and avoid this one, is an end-game.

    They need to realize that, prior to seeking office. Expose, or not, equals elected, or not.

    Not a difficult understanding.
    *********************************
    William, if anyone can “call out” Obama, it would be Herman Cain. He could explain it in a non-racist way, I am sure.

  159. If the boHillary demRats thought that Gov Sarah Palin “should enter the race two weeks ago” then why are the boHillary demRats trashing her now.

    It is obvious that the demRats are trashing Sarah Palin now because they are afraid that she will get in the race and instantly become a frontrunner.

  160. Bill G,

    All the candidates will have to declare by the End of October to be on the ballot. And that is why Republicans and Independents are concerned about the strength of the field.

  161. http://www.supremecourt.gov/Search.aspx?FileName=/docketfiles/10-1351.htm

    No. 10-1351
    Title:
    Alan Keyes, et al., Petitioners
    v.
    Debra Bowen, California Secretary of State, et al.
    Docketed: May 4, 2011
    Lower Ct: Court of Appeal of California, Third Appellate District
    Case Nos.: (C062321)
    Decision Date: October 25, 2010
    Discretionary Court
    Decision Date: February 2, 2011

    ~~~Date~~~ ~~~~~~~Proceedings and Orders~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    May 2 2011 Petition for a writ of certiorari filed. (Response due June 3, 2011)
    May 25 2011 Waiver of right of respondent Debra Bowen, California Secretary of State to respond filed.
    Jun 2 2011 Waiver of right of respondents President Barack Obama, and Vice-President Joseph Biden Jr. to respond filed.
    Jun 2 2011 Waiver of right of respondents 55 California Presidential Electors of 2008, (Aleita Huguenin, et al.) to respond filed.
    Jun 15 2011 DISTRIBUTED for Conference of September 26, 2011.
    *****************************************
    Here we go again, keep your fingers crossed, that the justices will see the problem with having an illegal president signing bills into law.

  162. William @ 4:42

    A while back Herman Cain was beating around the bush about Obama’s eligibility. I believe that he needs to gain some more traction before he goes after that issue with any vigor as the MSM will destroy him and then he will be off of the stage. Just my opinion and I do agree that it HAS to be brought up as an issue during the general election.

  163. Bill G @ 4;52

    I agree with you.

  164. The current field of conservatives has had months to gain some traction. None have except for Perry and he appears to be fading. Unless another conservative like Palin or Jeb Bush step forward then Romney will win by default.

  165. Failed E-verify Letter Sent To Barack Obama From Employer Linda Jordan
    Obama’s Connecticut Social Security Number Flagged By E-verify

    http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2011/09/failed-e-verify-letter-to-barack-obama.html

  166. Bill G,

    All the candidates will have to declare by the End of October to be on the ballot. That is why Republicans and Independents are concerned about the strength of the field.

  167. If Romney wins by default now that Perry is fading, then Trump will run as an Independent and BO or Hillary will win.

  168. Indy, F(o)S can’t even keep his stories straight from hour to hour, much less week to week. It was only a few days ago that he was highlighted passages of Joe McGinniss’s book verbatim as fact. He especially enjoyed pointing out the Glen Rice passage. Now he wants her to enter the race.

    I find it hard to believe that he was a successful attorney, which it appears that he was/is. His memory is like swiss cheese and he is crazy as a loon in believing that none of us here can read what he has just written.

    A few hours ago I pointed out his post from yesterday that said that “while the other left, Perry stayed in Florida to win the straw poll.” Then this afternoon, after Perry loses, he claims that Perry left early with “the front runners”.

    Every day it just gets wierder and wierder.

  169. Paxson, he plays it in pure Alinsky fashion. He accuses others of what he himself does. That’s straight from Rules for Radicals. I agree that he’s a nutjob, but I also believe that he is a dem operative working to undermine this forum.

  170. Indy, it’s strange for sure. It’s as though he has had a closed head injury and is incapable of seeing fact from fiction.

  171. I welcome Sarah Palin’s entrance in the Republican Field. I don’t care who she had sex with 20 years ago. It is despicable that the boHillary demRats paxson and indymac are smearing her with old news.

  172. Pax, a head injury might explain it. Maybe he took a dive off his motorcycle at some point, like after he intimidated one of his neighbors with it and drove off in a huff. lol.

  173. I’m very disappointed each time I hear an otherwise well educated and respected person resort to the “hail mary race card” play.

    As a Tea Party supporter, we have issues with a goverment out of control.
    – overstepping their bounds and spending.

    While I have lots of issues with O’s polititcs and policies, It’s not about race.

    Mr Freeman, you do a great injustice to yourself, if you think this is all that it’s about.

  174. Let’s see… those racists Tea Party Crackers really are dumb!.. They want to vote a mulatto man out of office in order to elect a Black man (Herman Cain, winner of Fla. straw poll and Tea Party favorite) into the same office

    WOW those Florida Tea Party folks are racist and dumb!

  175. Pingback: Morgan Freeman challenged by black tea party activist, Freeman called Tea Party racists, Ali Akbar invites Freeman | Citizen WElls

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