Friday, July 01, 2011

Herman Cain raises cain on "Obama's failure to lead"

I'm not counting Herman out as a first tier candidate come next year. The first attack ad by the Herman Cain team entitled "A Failure to Lead" is simply awesome! The attack ads by Mittens and T Pawl did a great job also of attacking Obama's failures, but Herman Cain's ad goes after the core principals and influences of Obama. Once a person can understand who were the people who influenced Obama , it becomes much easier to understand why he is governing the way he is. In Cain's ad, it mentions that a person is judged by the company he or she keeps. Not only are people judged by the company they keep, they are also influenced by that company as well.

Frank Marshall Davis
Jeremiah Wright
Al Sharpton
Louis Farrakhan
Marxist Professors
Union Leaders
AACORN etc etc

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was watching the Ed Schultz show with guest host Al Sharpton last night. He reported that Herman Cain made a statement that he was a real black man and Obama was not. I found this cite doing a search for Herman Cains statement.

I read your article. How dare that low life rat bastard Herman Cain, accuse anyone of anything! The low life bum and his cronies had myself and other Aquila employees invest our retirement savings in company stock. Then Cain and other C.E.O.'s did the same to us that Enron did to it's employee's with the risky energy trading. We had to sue the bastards.
https://motherjones.com/files/1232_cid_3_amended_consolidated_complaint.pdf

After the law suit was filed I found out a lot about Cain. Cain received an affirmative action promotion at Pillsbury. They promoted him because they were being sued for racial discrimination, a case that Pillsbury lost. With affirmative action helping him and Pillsburys money he couldn't go wrong.
http://sprenger.snmhost.com/index.php/cases/closed-cases#Mabone

All that crap about successfully turning around godfathers pizza is just that, crap! When Pillsbury bought Godfathers Pizza they were intended to buy just Burger King stores. Godfathers Pizza was not the major reason for the acquisition. Pillsbury, not Herman Cain saved Godfathers Pizza. After Cain took over he never posted any profits and loss statements.
http://www.opednews.com/Diary/Herman-Cain-s-Failure-as-C-by-Jay-Raskin-110611-401.html

Cain is only being propped up by the Republicans because he is black and he says what the republicans want to hear and they know he will do what he is told. Herman Cain is a two bit showboat minstrel bootlicking fraud!

7:46 PM  
Blogger JD Curtis said...

Why don't you register at hermancain.com? I did. That doesnt necessarily mean you have to vote for him, but you can get to know his organization.

9:20 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Anon;"low life rat bastard Herman Cain, low life bum, two bit showboat minstrel bootlicking fraud!".

Deeyyyyy-yum... Now tell us how you really feel Anon...

I didn't know Cain had that kind of baggage. Frankly, because of the limited amount of information, I can't speak to the accusations of mismanagement, profits and losses or the retirement fund.

However, there appears to be a high level of credence to Cains "Affirmative Action" promotion/C.E.O./company purchase.

"The class consisted of all black current and former salaried employees of Pillsbury between 1984 and 1990. Of the total monetary settlement, the Consent Decree required Pillsbury to use $1.76 million to create a Cultural Diversity and Training Fund. The purpose of the fund was to create and operate a cultural diversity department, cultural diversity programs, cultural diversity training, and individual cultural diversity awards and to recruit, hire and support a newly created position of Training Director. Another $600,000 of the total was allocated to four separate funds to further the employment and career opportunities of minority employees at Pillsbury".

The suit was brought on behalf of "all" Black employees, consistent and concurrent with the time Cain was in Pillsbury's employ. Seems pretty obvious to me that the racial discrimination lawsuit had something to do with Cains ascension within the company. Moreover, it is quite a valid when Anon suggests that, being that Cain was the benefactor of A.A. policies, also backed by Pillsbury, one of the largest foodstuffs company's (now General Mills-Smuckers) in the world, hell, only a a person of total incompetence could fail. Basically, Cain was spoon fed his success.

2:03 AM  
Blogger Joe Conservative said...

I think I'm warming up to Cain. He's not Alan Keyes, but then you can't have everything. ;)

11:17 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "I was watching the Ed Schultz show with guest host Al Sharpton last night. He reported that Herman Cain made a statement that he was a real black man and Obama was not. I found this cite doing a search for Herman Cains statement. "

Your comments have struck me as suspicious on very levels. First you started off acting like you really didn't know much about Herman Cain. Then you did a complete 180 degree flip and went into an all out assault on him. I don't appreciate deceivers. As for Cain himself. His accomplishments in life are legit. Can you provide any evidence that him being hired at Pilsbury was because of affirmative action? Obama being elected was based on the "historic" nature of him, not the person himself. Cain is a self made man. You trying to make Herman Cain out to be a Kenneth Lay type Enron CEO is bizarre but laughable.

anon "After Cain took over he never posted any profits and loss statements. "

If Godfather Pizza was a privately held company at the time Cain took over, there were no need to provide any profit or loss statements. Only Publicly traded companies need to provide it in regards to the Securities and Exchange Commission's rules. Your comments fit right in line with a person who watches a person like Ed Schultz, no offense.

2:29 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

JD Curtis "Why don't you register at hermancain.com? I did. That doesnt necessarily mean you have to vote for him, but you can get to know his organization."

anon was a plant. He never liked Cain, and has no intention on ever voting for him. When he called Cain a "bootlicking fraud". That is the liberal give away for racial sellout.

p allen "Deeyyyyy-yum... Now tell us how you really feel Anon."

I find anon's comments rather telling myself allen. I wonder why he has so much anger for a Cain, when Cain frankly hasn't warranted that kind of response? Libs really need to check their blood pressure. This type of anger can't be good for their health.

As for the supposed Affirmite Action hire of Cain. Look at the date the lawsuit and when it was settled. The class suit against Pilsbury was filed by employees and former employees from "1984 to 1990". Cain was already an executive with Pilsbury in "1985" which was the year Godfather was purchased.So the lawsuit was filed 5 years after the Cain was already with Pilsbury and Godfather was purchased? Where is the affirmative action part in this?

2:46 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

FYI, the facts about Herman Cain, Pilsbury and Godfather Pizza.

Truth be told

2:49 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"As for the supposed Affirmite Action hire of Cain. Look at the date the lawsuit and when it was settled".

I have Tyrone looked at the dates... And the dates coincide. I think you know me well enough to know that I don't play fast and loose with obvious documented facts. Read the text of the suit again Tyrone;

"The class consisted of ALL black current and former salaried employees of Pillsbury between 1984 and 1990".

As "YOU" conveniently pointed out, Cain indeed was a "SALARIED" executive at the time the law suit was filed. The suit was on behalf of "ALL BLACK SALARIED" employees, of which Cain was one! Really Tyrone, It can't get much clearer than that.

CB;"I find anon's comments rather telling myself allen. I wonder why he has so much anger for a Cain, when Cain frankly hasn't warranted that kind of response?.

I've done a little digging myself. The stuff about the retirement account energy trading and profit statements is really no big deal. In America, that's just business. Anon seems to have some sort of personal beef.

However, it appears to me that there is good deal of evidence that Cain benefited from Affirmative Action. The suit was settled in 1990. Cain took over Godfathers in 1986, two years after the initial complaint. And, as I pointed out earlier, Cain was part of the class of plaintiffs. Further research turns up that Cain might be a supporter of A.A. policy (of course if it benefits him). From The Political Vine;

"But unlike many in his party, Cain opposes school vouchers for private schools and backs efforts only to 'revisit,' not eliminate, affirmative action".

There's also Cains comments about being "a real Black man." That kind of statement really doesn't sit well with me. I don't think conservatives would condone such a comment from President Obama about Cain.

As for Obama, Cain goes on to say, "it is documented that his mother was white and his father was from Africa. If he wants to call himself black, fine." So, Cain believes he "real" because he has two Black parents, and President Obama does not. It's obvious that Cain believes he's "owed" something because he Black. Sounds like Affirmative Action to me...

6:18 PM  

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