No one should confuse this patriot CAIN with the the wet tissue McCain, thats for sure.
Herman Cain can be this contraversial in hes remarks because he’s a minority.
This makes it easier for him, but that doesn’t mean that what he says isn’t the truth. The LEFT is going to DEMONIZE him, but in different ways. They will call him a traitor and other blacks will say things that are even nastier. Never the less, he’s still able to say these things, and no one will accuse him of the HIGH CRIME AND MISDEMEANOR OF BEING A RACIST
I have heard some about Herman and people like him, so that will be a good thing for him in his election bid?
Herman Cain defends Muslim remark
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The State Column | Staff | Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain defended his controversial comments Monday, saying he will note hire a Muslim should he be elected president.
“A reporter asked me would I appoint a Muslim to my administration? I did say no,” Mr. Cain told Fox News Monday. “I would have to have people totally committed to the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of this United States. And many of the Muslims, they are not totally dedicated to this country.”Vodpod videos no longer available.
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Mr. Cain, a longshot candidate for president, told a blogger over the weekend that he would not allow Muslim to serve in his administration, sparking outrage from Muslim community activists and Democrats.
The potential Republican presidential nominee said the reasoning for his decision hinges on Muslim’s commitment to the Constitution. “I don’t have time to be watching someone on my administration if they are not totally committed to the Declaration and the Constitution of the United States and the laws of this country,” Mr. Cain said.
The comment came just hours before Illinois U.S. Senator Dick Durbin held a congressional hearing on Muslim civil rights. The Illinois Democrat’s hearing follows a controversial congressional hearing hosted by Rep. Peter King earlier this month. Mr. King defended the hearing Tuesday, saying he remains concerned about participation from the Muslim community in thwarting potential terrorist attacks.