Theodore's World: Herman Cain to Obama at CPAC: "U.S. Will Not Become U.S. of Europe on our Watch"

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February 12, 2011

Herman Cain to Obama at CPAC: "U.S. Will Not Become U.S. of Europe on our Watch"

Cain, a one-time Senate candidate and former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza, is the most prominent African-American considering a run for the GOP presidential nomination.

“They call me racist too because I happen to disagree with the president,” Cain said at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday. “If you disagree about their liberal leader you must be a racist no matter what color you are.”

Cain said his disagreement with Obama was based on policies, not race. “Some black people can think for themselves,” he said.

He told the crowd: “You are not racist.”

Herman Cain to Obama at CPAC: "U.S. Will Not Become U.S. of Europe on our Watch"

Herman Cain’s speech at CPAC .

Cain called on Americans to “stay involved, stay informed, and stay inspired” in working to see to it that there is a new President in the White House after the 2012 Election. Cain said liberals like Obama are seeking the destruction of the United States as we know it, wanting to turn America into the U.S. of Europe. Cain said that is not going to happen “on our watch.”

Hermain Cain at CPAC

In what was the closing speech of Friday’s CPAC day session, Herman Cain fired up and inspired the troops with what could only be described as one of the most powerful, engaging, and entertaining speeches given yet at the A.C.U.’s 2011 Conservative Political Action Conference.

With poetic prose, creative alliteration, a booming voice and a mix of religious fervor and down to earth, homey lingo, Herman Cain appealed to the moral character and common sense of us all. His delivery was far from timid and often amusing.

Cain warned us of what he called “the attack of the ations”…….legislation, regulation and taxation. He used what he called “health deform legislation” as on example of the legislation attack. Then he cited the cost to small businesses for every single employee they hire as an example of the regulation attack. That cost? $10,000 per employee. His final of the 3 “ataions” was taxation. That he said was based on a current tax system that we must throw out. Adding “Isn’t that what you do when you mess up a cake?”

Cain also informed the audience that Liberals have no strategy. They only have tactics, tactics that he described as S-I-N. He explained their tactics are “Shift the subject, Ignore the facts, and Name call.”

There were many gems offered by the skilled orator and now former conservative radio host, but in his conclusion, Cain outlined 3 things we must do to save this nation.

One; Stay informed. Cain said “Stupid people are ruining America.” He added; So you must become teachers and educators of the stupid”.

Two; Stay involved. According to Cain, too many people stayed home in 2008 because we did not have the perfect candidate. Cain suggested that no candidate will ever be perfect and that if you can find one you agree with on 7 out of 10 things, “you’ve hit a homerun”.

The third thing he suggested we must do is stay inspired, because “they want you to believe we can’t take back our government”

Wild Thing's comment........

Excellent speech by Herman Cain. This video of his speech is well worth watching. Thank God we have men like this in our country.

Posted by Wild Thing at February 12, 2011 05:45 AM


From that video and the stupid asses in Washington we have run amok and destroying the country. The rest of Cpac I don't know, they seem to be going along with the RNC.

Posted by: Mark at February 12, 2011 04:13 PM

I don't know a whole lot about Mr. Cain but I do enjoy listening to him on the radio. He seems quite knowledgeable and well read. I'm somewhat dismayed that Romney scored as high as he did in the straw poll. Sorry if I'm stepping on any toes here but Romney seems to be just a return to the status quo. I really don't trust him.

Posted by: Jim at February 13, 2011 10:17 AM