Herman Cain, of all people, suggests that folks who voted for Obama are ignorant

Fox News, having recently fired Sarah Palin and Dick Morris, has filled one of the holes thereby created in its lineup of pundits by hiring Herman Cain (as if that’s some kind of step up). Cain started his new job last night with an appearance on Bill O’Reilly’s show, where he SAID that the 51 percent of American voters who cast ballots this past November for President Obama reflect what Cain called the nation’s “severe ignorance problem.” Steve Benen puts Cain’s delusions of intellectual superiority...

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Tens of people (heh, heh) turn out for Herman Cain’s patriotic rally at U.S. Capitol

Herman Cain — remember him? — hosted a so-called Revolution on the Hill Rally and Patriot Summit in Washington today. The weather was gorgeous and the lineup of scheduled speakers included such right-wing luminaries as Dick Morris, Steve Moore, John Fund, and Dinesh D’Souza. But, as the photo above (from Slate.com) makes clear, hardly anyone else showed up. The story is...

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Four Republicans whose candidacies were said to have been willed by God have lost to Romney

Let’s review the record: Herman Cain said that when he was fighting cancer a few years back, God told him that his death was not yet near: “‘Not yet Herman,’ God said. ‘Not yet. I’ve got something else for you to do.’ And it might be to become the president of the United States of America.” Rick Santorum’s wife, Karen, once said this about her husband’s presidential candidacy: “It really boils down to God’s will. What is it that God wants? … We have prayed a lot...

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Ten of the dumbest things Herman Cain ever said

As Herman Cain slowly fades away after dropping out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination, let’s look back on some of his silliest statements. Steve Benen has assembled THIS COLLECTION. Perhaps you could add a few others to the list....

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New group: Stock-Photo Models For Cain

The image at the top is a logo for a new campaign Web site called “Women For Cain.” The image below it is a stock photo I gleaned from Google images after a search of about 30 seconds. Amazing resemblance, isn’t...

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