MSNBC Analyst: GOP Sees Herman Cain as a ‘Black Man Who Knows His Place’

The Weekly Standard
Comment by Jim Campbell
Where is the world does MSNBC  find these “people?” To call them analysts makes about as much sense as saying someone who just got their learners permit is qualified to drive in the Indy 500. We are hearing the musings of extremely desperate people sticking to the talking points they were told to follow.
Perhaps since they represent the party that hasn’t had a rational idea or plan since Woodrow Wilson they miss the concept that he is liked and admired by clear thinking voters for his ideas and plans.  To call this racist behavior shows exactly how once again, bereft of any plan they are so they pull out the trusty race card. That’s not going to fly this time and Herman Cain can bank on it.   

Because many Democrats voted for Obama because they needed to rid themselves of their own guilt doesn’t mean true Republicans voted for him as they saw Obama for what he is, a socialist.  Democrats saw Obama when they looked in the mirror.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.  

On Martin Bashir’s television program this afternoon, Democratic strategist and MSNBC analyst Karen Finney said that Republicans are supporting Herman Cain because of his race:

“One of the things about Herman Cain is, I think that he makes that white Republican base of the party feel okay, feel like they are not racist because they can like this guy,” Finney said. “I think he giving that base a free pass. And I think they like him because they think he’s a black man who knows his place. I know that’s harsh, but that’s how it sure seems to me.”

“Thank you for spelling that out,” Bashir responded. 

This isn’t the first time liberals have made this kind of charge about Cain and his supporters. During an online production of NBC’s Meet the Press this week, Democratic congressman Elijah Cummings of Maryland said white voters support Cain to show they aren’t racist. “I think when [members of the Tea Party] can vote for a Herman Cain and hear him say the things that he says they feel like, ‘Well, you know, I can, I support this guy and…so it shows that I’m not racist and I’m supportive,'” Cummings told host David Gregory.

Liberal comedienne Janeane Garafalo told Current TV host Keith Olbermann earlier this month that Cain is popular with Republicans because it “hides the racist element” of the party.

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4 thoughts on “MSNBC Analyst: GOP Sees Herman Cain as a ‘Black Man Who Knows His Place’

  1. Janeane thinks shes really somebody in the Demowits party but all she is a fly on the wall.. not many even listen to her and I have to say it takes a racist to know a racist Janeane. honey..Get ready to fall in the swamp with the rest of the party of racist demowits… when we look at Cain we see a man with love for his country which is more than we can say about Obama the fake..

  2. Herman can is a man. Furthermore he is a black man. Further, he is a black man who has lived the black experience in America. He was born into a hard-working black family with all those nice hard-working genes that gets a true man everything he needs and most of what he wants. Part of the problem our current president has is that he is not a black man who has lived the black experience in America. He knows how to organize those who are living the black experience, but he does not care to raise their societal level. Any man, black, white, tan, red, whatever, who is a self-made man is extremely attractive. Add that to Cain’s geniality and his water-off-a-duck’s-back attitude to the silly leftist criticism and you have a real winner. He got there and he’ll get there. I still love the combination Gingrich and Cain.


  4. The liberals are the racists! Who doesn’t know that!?!?

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