Cain needlessly scorned

The public lynching of Herman Cain should be an embarrassment to the black community.


No organization such as the NAACP has said anything to protest the conduct of the press or answer the allegations against Cain. Where is the Rev. Al Sharpton or the Rev. Jesse Jackson to stand up to this “high-tech lynching” of Cain?

No matter. The socialist agenda being forced on the American people by President Obama must be protected, no matter how the destruction advances.

Now we have Herman Cain, who came from humble beginnings and worked his way up to be the successful man he is now. The fact that four women tear him down without witnesses is appalling.

Why does the black community believe women who come out with these accusations? Do they fear that their savior Obama might be beaten in an election by a man who makes sense? A conservative? A man who has worked in the business sector, where Obama has not?

Shame on all of this as we watch silently.

Clifford Henning

Graniteville, S.C.



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