Cain Staying In The Race

Herman Cain told supporters in Ohio that he is not dropping out of the 2012 GOP presidential nominating race, according to the New York Times:

“The American people are going to raise some Cain in 2012!”

Over a roar of approval from the crowd, he added: “They want you to believe that we can’t do this. They want you to believe that with enough character assassination on me, I will drop out!”

Bayshore Tea Party Group leader Barbara Gonzalez said, “YAY!  I don’t believe Cain did what he’s being accused of, but even if he did, that’s between him and his wife!  We need to save the frickin’ country!”

Posted: November 30th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 Presidential Politics | Tags: , , , | 31 Comments »

31 Comments on “Cain Staying In The Race”

  1. ProudDemocratsays: said at 10:47 pm on November 30th, 2011:

    YAY! I do believe Cain did what he’s accused of, and probably a whole lot more..
    Stay in the race you opportunistic old horndog!

  2. Helene said at 11:00 pm on November 30th, 2011:

    Well ProudDemocratsays: I guess all you have to go on is your own experience. You can’t possibly imagine someone living a good life.

  3. Bob English said at 11:28 pm on November 30th, 2011:

    Cain already had made the insane statement of the day for Wednesday when he said the D’s were behind all of these allegations because they wanted him to drop out so that Gingrich would win the nomination. Cain has it backards, the D’s would be overjoyed if Cain was the Republican nominee. Would just keep showing the interview with the Milwaukee Journal over and over.

  4. SendthefoxtoFox said at 12:52 am on December 1st, 2011:

    Helene, sounds like Herman is living a good life. His wife? Not so much.

  5. Charles said at 1:03 am on December 1st, 2011:

    Cain lacks the character necessary for public office. If he won’t honor his vow to his wife, why would I expect that he would keep his word with me?

  6. it's only a matter of time said at 8:35 am on December 1st, 2011:

    before he has to drop- but, the hypocrisy of the media and libs with all their “vetting”, (read, trashing incessantly), ANY Rep. who begins moving up in our polls, is astounding: Obama was never probed, vetted or otherwise screened in any way: all his secrecy and lies were, and are still, accepted/excused, without question.. Horndog BJ Clinton, may have technically gotten impeached, but the lies and coverups for him are only exceeded by what we’re living through now, with this clown of a pres… we saw Bachmann, Perry, now Cain, and soon, Newt, get ridiculed and slammed: why do they leave Mitt alone?.. because they’re pretty sure just slamming a Mormon and flip-flopper at the end, will be the easiest to beat, so they are leaving him for last.. have no idea how to beat this pattern: no one’s a perfect person or candidate, but for sure, the one we’ve got now is the worst I’ve ever seen, and, with all this vitriol this early-on, now we are likely to be stuck with him, and his damage,forever.. how far we’ve fallen and how doomed are our freedoms!..

  7. Bob English said at 8:52 am on December 1st, 2011:

    Matter of Time: Looks like the easy ride for Romney might be over. When he finally sat down for an actual interview it turned into what can only be described as a disaster for him. Romney seemed shocked that a Fox reporter would actually ask him a tough question rather than just conducting their usualy bs interview when the correspondent compliments the person they are interviewing and criticizes OBama.

    The DNC flip/flop ad is going to hurt him right now (that does a better job of pointing out his flip/flops than the other R’s are doing.)


  8. Bob said at 11:39 am on December 1st, 2011:

    The Democrats sure know how to waste money. That youtube piece is a perfect example. The interview could not have been bad or The DNC would have aired it, to let us make our own minds up. This typical DNC fashion, trying to put words in the voters mouths, keep them down and dumb, the DNC slogan.

  9. Helene said at 12:20 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    It is amazing that most who comment here do not know anyone who has had the experience of being falsely accused of something.

  10. Name (required) said at 12:40 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    Herman Cain can only blame Herman Cain.
    He should have “RECALLED” the original
    sexual harrassment case, not say I do not recall! He sounded like a fool. Who in their right mind would not recall such allegations? From that time on it’s been downhill. He now denies this 13 year affair. Text message and all, come on now. It’s not the allegations that get you in trouble, it’s the cover-up…Cain will be out of this race sooner than later.

  11. Helene said at 12:51 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    Name (required),
    Can’t you recall your name?

  12. Bob English said at 2:36 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    Mitt the flip floper and clips from the Fox interview…lets go Herman…lets go Newt….lets go Michelle!!!


  13. brian said at 3:54 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    Helene—-LOL Comment of the year
    Latest polls are showing in a head to head matchup between Milhous and an empty soda can—–can +5

  14. brian said at 3:57 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    But the real question is, when Cain and Paul fade away–will their supporters be adult enough to vote for someone else, or will they join with the rest of America’s enemies in helping to secure the destruction of a once great country—the jury is out.

  15. brian said at 3:58 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    …………..and yes Bob–a vote for Milhous is a vote to destroy this country. For proof–just look around.

  16. Helene said at 4:57 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    Brian, primary voting has not even begun. Why should I go to plan B when plan A is still in play?

  17. brian said at 6:25 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    Helene, you are an adult, unlike many, many, many,many others have not made childish statements that “I will write in my candidate rather than vote for X”.
    I will vote for an empty soda can against Milhous–because if he is not defeated we all lose. Being passionate about who you support is wonderful. I personally think all politicians–with very few exceptions–suck and only care about themselves. That includes both every R running for POTUS and the current Fraud-in-chief. But for those who will not be adult about things when November rolls around, how are they helping the country????
    Primaries are for supporting YOUR choice, the general is about saving America.

  18. Politicalpony said at 10:45 pm on December 1st, 2011:

    Brian, how about, if you vote for anyone but the real conservative, the true constructionist, the Originalist, then you might as well be voting for the Fraud that’s already in place. You see, it works both ways. You and all the others can vote the right way, the correct way for the right person, along with the rest of us, or you can vote for who the media selects for you. It’s your choice. But don’t blame Obama’s re-election on those of us that want the real change. The only change that will fix America. The rest are the same ole same ole. A vote for all the rest and we’ll simply continue to chase our tails. We will be fighting against socialism for the rest of our lives. Be an adult and vote for who you know is right for the country. NO! It’s not “Anyone But Obama”. That is not the way to select a President. Get with the Constitutional Program and get off everyones else’s Socialist Sheep Program. You know the right way to vote. Now be an adult. Man up and do the right thing. Don’t do what everyone else is going to do. That would be to Fold.

  19. AdulterersfortheAmericanWay said at 12:02 am on December 2nd, 2011:

    Empty soda can, empty pizza box, empty chair near the bedside of a wife with cancer-who said there isn’t a good selection on the Republican slate?

  20. he/she who's without sin.. said at 11:55 am on December 2nd, 2011:

    please, cast the first stone.. no one’s perfect: but, ANY of those in the mix today are more dedicated to our founding principles, and preserving our freedom and unique-ness, and would do a better job (even with their eyes closed), than this miserable stalinist/statist we have now, period: this election is very simple: either we vote for saving our republic, or we’re fine with continuing this slide into finally becoming the poor serfs this idiot wants us to be!

  21. brian said at 12:14 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    The only true conservative??? The candidate who has been in Washington the longest??? The one thing l have in common with Ron Paul is that we both have gotten the exact same number of bills passed into law–zero. And i haven’t spent 20 years inside the House to accomplish this. And l could never vote for someone whose foriegn policy fell out of date at Kitty Hawk.
    And, l support both the Patriot act and having military bases around the world. Freedom is not free, and i would rather fight the enemy in their neighborhood than mine. l am not deluding mydself into thinking if we go away, they will. How did that work out for Slick Willy—unless you think (/11 was our fault—then i have some tin foil for sale.
    l said ABO in 2008 and have never wavered.

  22. brian said at 12:15 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    …..and that would be 9/11 not (/11

  23. brian said at 12:16 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    Lectures on morality from the party of Clinton—only in bizzarro world.

  24. Bob English said at 1:35 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    If Mr. Cain is actually staying in, someone needs to let him know that not only has China had nuclear weapons for over 40 years but also make sure he knows that Chairman Mao is dead.

  25. Helene said at 3:31 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    Bob English, Mr. Cain was referring to nuclear subs.
    Every one of these candidates and those from the past make mistakes, they are constantly talking and there is always someone there with a mic or video camara just hoping for one.
    Edits are done so they get the effect they are hoping for.

  26. Amongst the cheaters said at 4:16 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    Cain now stands with all the cheaters-Clinton, Weiner, Edwards, Gingrich,McGreevy, Spitzer, Condit,Hart,Sanford, the list goes on

    Gingrich and Cain will not win.

    Romney will be the nominee.

  27. Barbara said at 4:56 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    I feel that those who say they will vote for anyone but Obama don’t realize that the dance to the left will still be done, only just a little slower, and a whole lot quieter. I do not buy that false sense of security. I will not leave that to my grandchildren to deal with. If we don’t make sure that the person running against Obama is a conservative and not a RINO, we may as well have Obama. Yes, Obama is an out and out socialist/communist/marxist, but the other two in the top?….hmmm …shhhhhhhh. Now everybody, shuffle to the left…just a little…shhhh.

  28. Helene said at 4:56 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    Amongst the cheaters, what are you basing you claim that Cain is a cheater? Are you using the unsubstantiated accusations?

  29. Bob English said at 5:40 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    WOODRUFF: Do you view China as a potential military threat to the United States?

    CAIN: I do view China as a potential military threat to the United States.

    WOODRUFF: And what could you do as president to head that off?

    CAIN: My China strategy is quite simply outgrow China. … [W]e already have superiority in terms of our military capability, and I plan to get away from making cutting our defense a priority and make investing in our military capability a priority, going back to my statement: peace through strength and clarity. So yes they’re a military threat. They’ve indicated that they’re trying to develop nuclear capability and they want to develop more aircraft carriers like we have. So yes, we have to consider them a military threat.

  30. ItstheHypocrisyStupid said at 6:13 pm on December 2nd, 2011:

    It seems those who like to point fingers at Dems who can’t keep their zippers up conveniently omit the hypocrisy angle. Democrats (as a rule) don’t lecture the nation on morality, homosexuality, family values while at the same time cheating, playing with little boys, and dumping their wives when their hair turns gray.

  31. Helene said at 12:23 am on December 3rd, 2011:

    His latest excuse, yes he gave her money for years as a “friend” but he did not tell his wife about his “friend”… give me a break, he thinks the American people are as naive as you, Helene..(sadly some are). He’s a loser “L”. He will drop out within 48 hours, is my hope.