Ive read stories saying quite the opposite.
And so have I. Obama with his shuck and jive routine is finished in the Black community. People have spoken actively against him. We have seen many Black politicians who we thought firmly in Obama's camp speak out against him. Maxine Waters here in Los Angeles is but one example.
If Cain can secure the nomination, people in the Black community will defect and go to him in numbers that will pull Black Americans away from Obama and cause him to lose the election in 2012
The key is if he can get into position to fight for the nomination. That will be difficult considering how the GOP establishment and leftwing dem machine have teamed up to oppose Cain. But there are people willing to work for those votes. Sign me up today! I have already e-mailed the Cain campaign and told them I am ready and able to go into the streets
posted on 11/25/2011 1:11:04 PM PST
Agreed with your post #59. This is just the latest attack on Cain “he won’t win over any blacks”. I’ve seen three articles almost identical in the last few days from different sources. Gee coincidence? And why now - I thought he was a frivolous candidate who had his 15 minutes and is fading fast? Cain would most definitely draw out a larger black vote than any other GOP candidate would. Sure not 50 percent of them but enough to make a huge difference. That is why the abject fear and hatred of this man
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