Herman Cain Sets An Interviewer Straight

Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by The T, Jun 13, 2011.

  1. The T
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    And Bully for him...

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    I agree with Cain.

    I'm an American who has ancestry from other parts of the world, but I was born in America and the last generations of my ancestry were born in America. You do not see many Whites say they are German-American, British-American, Irish-American, or 'whatever'-American. So why do many call Black Americans 'African-American'?.
     
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    I agree with this Herman dude (when he says "I feel more of an affinity for America than I do for Africa.")

    Africans brought to Cuba, Haiti, Brazil etc, etc... managed to preserve a good part of their culture.

    Africans brought to America lost everything... language, religion, names, customs, food, etc, etc, etc...
     
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    Huge kudos to Cain. Dude totally rocks. Right now, I can't think of anyone I would rather vote for.
     
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    I guess he would be really pissed if he were called "Halfrican"
     
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    I wonder how many are jumping on the Cain bandwagon to prove their lack of racism.
    "It will make us look good."
    America is in crisis! That goes for all of Western Civilization.
    We must have a competent, honest, stable, Constitution-abiding, executive to deal with the future.. as well as the utter chaos & trash the Left always leaves in its wake.
     
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    Do you have a problem with blacks that identify themselves as American?
     
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    I have always liked Cain. I didn't even know he was Black at first so this argument would be void in my case. ;)
     
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    It doesn't matter...whoever gets on the "bandwagon" for Cain (which i just might!) is going to be told that the only reason is because they want people to think they're not racist. Because that's all the libs think! Doesn't matter what we say, they always tell us we hate obama because we're racist. They don't see that it's them and obama that are racist...they're the ones always talking about it.

    I'm not going to vote for someone just to make people think a certain way about me, i don't care. Many voted for obama just because he's black, many voted against him because he's black...that's racist. I like Cain and i like what i've heard so far about him...but darn, he's black so i can't vote for him! :lol:
     
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    So now it is PC to refer to people of color as black?
     

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