Could Herman Cain Become The REAL First Black President?
Fresh from his stunning victory in the Florida Republican Straw Poll with 37 percent of the vote – “The Herminator” – Herman Cain has vaulted into a position of respect and serious consideration for the Republican nomination for President of the United States. Cain won in a landslide, besting runner-up, Texas Governor Rick Perry, who finished a dismal second with 15% of the vote.
For those who may still be unfamiliar with the personable Cain; he was born on December 13, 1945 in Memphis, Tennessee, to Luther and Lenora Cain and, if elected, would become the first President of the United States who could honestly claim himself to be black.
Can you just imagine the exploding heads of left-wing Democrats if a black Conservative Republican were to take up residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?