Good Riddance! RINO squish Saxby Chambliss wouldn’t run for re-election in 2014 – Herman Cain rumored to be interested
Another RINO bites the dust. Georgia RINO squish Saxby Chambliss announced today that he woudln’t seek re-election in 2014. Probably because he realizes he’d get his ass kicked in the GOP primary. As usual, Saxby Chambliss whined about Congress on his way out. Herman Cain was rumored to run for Chambliss’ Senate seat, but said he isn’t interested. BTW, WTF kind of name is Saxby?
After much contemplation and reflection, I have decided not to run for re-election to the Senate in 2014.This is… fb.me/FE5kwfvK
— Saxby Chambliss (@SaxbyChambliss) January 25, 2013
Herman Cain’s name has been brought up as a possible replace for RINO Saxby Chambliss.
Herman Cain has gone from endorsing “We the People” to Newt Gingrich. I don’t know if this helps Newt much. Herman Cain has gone from being a presidential candidate to Stephen Colbert’s clown. Cain gave his second endorsement at the Lincoln Dinner at the Kravis Center in Florida, and via Twitter. If Allen West endorsed Gingrich I might be impressed. Herman Cain? Not so much.
To think. I actually supported Herman Cain during his campaign for president. I defended against the left stream media smears, and this is what he turns into? After hyping his “unconventional endorsement” that turned out to be not of any candidate but of “we the people,” Herman Cain will co-host a campaign event in South Carolina today with assclown Stephen Colbert.
No matter. Stephen Colbert has found a creative way to gauge his support in South Carolina anyway. He’s instructed his fans to vote for the-no-longer-running-but-still-on-the-ballot Herman Cain in his stead. Today, Colbert and Cain will join forces at a rally to take place at 1 p.m. at the College of Charleston.
So Herman Cain hyped his “unconventional endorsement” for weeks before the SRLC. Today he gave it at the SRLC in South Carolina. Herman Cain’s “unconventional endorsement” wasn’t of any candidate running for the GOP nomination. Rather, he endorsed “We the People.” Video follows below the fold.
Heh. Herman Cain wants to be defense secretary for whichever Republican crushes Obama in next year’s election
Um. Sorry Herman Cain. There are far more qualified people to be Defense Secretary for the 45th President of the United States. John Bolton anyone? For some reason Cain gave an interview to Barbara Walters. I’ll assume for a minute that Herman Cain was one of Walter’s “Most Fascinating People of 2011.” According the The Hill. he told Walters he’d want to run the Pentagon.
In a strange sort of way, this is a bit of a surprise, as I thought for sure Herman Cain would endorse the flip flopping RINO Mitt Romney. Then again, Gingrich and Cain did have one of those “Lincoln style” debates so maybe Cain’s respect for Gingrich grew after that. But take this “report” with a grain of salt, as it comes from Jour-NO-List Politico who claims they were told by a top Cain adviser. Why in the hell would anyone from Cain’s campaign speak with Politico after their smear machine worked overtime on Cain?
The Cain train has come to a grinding stop. Herman Cain has announced that he has suspended his presidential campaign in Atlanta. With the media’s smear machine targeted at Cain over the past month, and the constant drip drip of so called “scandals” it was inevitable that Herman Cain would have enough and drop out. His poll numbers continued to sink on the media’s smearfest (non of which has been proven.) Cain says he will endorse someone soon. According to Hotair, The “suspension” language is simply a legal formality driven by FEC rules. If Herman Cain said e he’s quitting, certainly legal consequences flow from that. Also, according to the site if Cain said he’s “quitting” it would render him ineligible for federal matching funds. “Suspension” carries no such implications. For all intents and purposes though, Cain’s run for the White House is done. Seems now that he will play the role of Donald Trump or Sarah Palin and play kingmaker. I wonder who he will endorse.
I don’t know what to think about this. Allen West has been somewhat of a disappointment since becoming Congressman. He voted to increase the debt ceiling and also for the Pigford settlement back in the summer. I’ve also been a big fan of Herman Cain, especially considering the other candidates running in the GOP nomination process. But I hate to say it but Allen West may be right here. According to The Hill, Rep. Allen West said he would advise Herman Cain to let voters “move on” from the distraction of his campaign and exit the race (or move on).
Whether or not the accusations from the various “woman” who claimed sexual harassment or relations with Herman Cain are true, one thing is for certain. It’s taken a great toll on his campaign. So much so, he’s at the point where Cain is now going to “reassess” his campaign and may even drop out with in a few days.
The circus that is the whole Herman Cain/sexual accusations isn’t over yet. It had been quiet for awhile after Gloria Allred trotted out some Chicago woman who claimed Herman Cain had done “inappropriate” things to her. Now, Atlanta businesswoman Ginger White told Fox 5 in Atlanta that she has been involved in a 13-year-long affair with Herman Cain. Don’t worry though. If this is true, Ginger White isn’t proud of it or something.
“I’m not proud,” White told Russell. “I didn’t want to come out with this. I did not.”
Now Hot Air is reporting that Herman Cain’s attorney gave a rather vague reponse. Not exactly a resounding denial.