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Herman 'Cain,' but America Won't

Herman ‘Cain,’ but America Won’t

After the loss of his leader, the disciple Peter said, “I go fishing.” (John 21:3) Earlier today, that’s the way I felt as I slid into what should have been the comforting, swirling, water of my spa. Herman’s suspension of his campaign, was painful. I’ve been around politics for a long time, I know the seamy, ugly side of it. I know that truth doesn’t matter in politics – it’s about perception and who can tell a lie with conviction the most often. I love my spa, but today the water just didn’t feel as good.

It was then that I thought of Peter, in the midst of his sadness he sought to do that which had brought him solace in his past. He wanted to get away and to forget. He was hurt, and I’m certain he was feeling alone, wondering what the future held, wondering how people could be not just cruel, but so exuberantly anti-truth. It is here that I should make it expressly clear that I am in no way comparing Herman Cain’s decision, to Jesus at Calvary – I am comparing on a lesser level the feeling and emotions to someone being wronged.

Peter spent the night on the water fishing, but come morning he had nothing to show for his efforts, but that promptly changed when a stranger on the shore, told him to cast on the other side of the boat and there they would find fish. Interesting how things work, but as I stepped out of my spa and moved toward the shower, I thought of Joseph and Potiphar’s wife. (Genesis 39)

Potiphar was an Egyptian officer and captain of Pharaoh’s guard. But, Potiphar’s wife was not an honorable woman and having no regard for her husband, for Joseph, and certainly none for herself, she attempted to do what those like her do. You know how the rest of the account goes, Joseph resisted her advances, and as he fled from her, she was left with a piece of his garment in her hand, which she used to establish her complaint to Potiphar, that Joseph had attempted to have his way with her.

Joseph, who had been sold into slavery, and had worked his way up from obscurity, was now scorned and imprisoned. He had done nothing to deserve what had happened to him. In fact, his actions had been nothing short of honorable, but as the adage says, no good deed goes unpunished. But, the scriptures read, “But the Lord was with Joseph, and showed him mercy…and favor.” Genesis (39:21)

And that my friends was my thought process in the aftermath of Herman’s suspending his run. Herman had been betrayed by those he had helped. And like Potiphar’s wife, Ginger White not only betrayed the man who had showed her kindness, but she betrayed those around her as well.

White is a tragic figure, who has made a mess out of everything she has touched. She betrayed her business partner and alleged lesbian lover – she betrayed herself, and more importantly she betrayed America. But what would that matter to her? She has nothing to show for her life and it is wondered what her children think of her – after all, she was busy destroying their lives just as she was her own and those around her. But selfish, self-absorbed people don’t think about others, in truth they don’t think of themselves either or they would behave differently.

America needed Herman Cain. Typically when a politician promises to do something you take it w/ a grain of a salt. But, with Herman it was different, because he isn’t a politician. He isn’t part of the Washington good ol’ boy political establishment. He is one of us, who cares about the direction the country is heading. He spoke to us and for us and that made him a threat to the political heathens who hide behind the curtains – those who invisibly control the fortunes of candidates and decide who benefits from the collective spoils and bribes doled out to them.

Political corruption is rife in Washington and Herman was going to put an end to a lot of it. So nefarious creatures scraped the bottom of the trenches of hell for a something and someone they could use and they found both in the form of Sharon Bialek and Ginger White. They sold their souls for a few shekels of silver.

But in reality, what do they have? The answer is nothing. They will continue to sleep with whatever loser is foolish enough to become involved with them and wallow their way through the troughs that their kind slop at. They came from nothing, they have nothing, they return to nothing, worst off than when they were used. Both of them have served their purpose, they will now be kicked back into the trench they emerged from. What they are only just starting to realize is that they have sacrificed their children, and whatever else they may have had for a pittance. That’s it, there will be no calls and there will be no further celebrity.

However, Herman like Joseph has found favor with God, his family, and the people of America who love and admire him. His work is not done and no matter what the media or people put up to lie say, the only thing they have done is give us more reason to condemn them. The outpouring of love and well wishing for Herman and his family is unparalleled.

The media and party apparatchiks may think that they have won, but they have not. We know what has been done and we know why it was done. And, there is one more thing we know. Many of us know that the end has been prophesied, and that prophecy can be delayed but it cannot be denied. With that said, I for one believe that Herman Cain would have made the significant changes that would have slowed the free fall of our nation.

We as a nation are in trouble. We are beseeched on every side and the one man, I remain convinced, could have slowed it down, has stepped away. So the question, I would ask, is why do you think this has happened? If you answered, because the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy is underway, I would agree with you. We need only look to the Middle East to see it.

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136 Responses to Herman ‘Cain,’ but America Won’t

  1. mixitup December 7, 2011 at 9:50 pm #

    My thoughts on what has happened is as follows: This series of events that has destroyed a good black man’s attempt to be President of the USA should send a sharp chill up the spine of every one of my black brothers and sisters, no matter their political persuasion. It was a media lynching of a great black American by a group of white men spearheaded by Axelrod and possibly Soros. It was an act of PURE racism in taking out the ONLY threat to Obama’s stranglehold on our black population. Herman was so big of a threat to Obama that our disgusting POTUS would have his minions stoop to the lowest level of inhumanity to marginalize Herman – and we let them get away with it. I assure you that the NEXT black man that ponders the thought of becoming a real President will think long and hard before he subjects his family to a media lynching. And for that, and that only we are a poorer nation. God bless you Herman!!

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 7, 2011 at 10:16 pm #

      mixitup: my thoughts are these…that the color is inconsequential…barry goldwater was a true conservative who was falsely smeared as a racist and a threat to overthrow the government…by the same groups responsible for tearing down Herman…Robert Bork was a true conservative that was torn down by the same groups that took down Herman…Ronald Reagan and Justice Thomas were savagely attacked by the same groups that took down Herman…they were able to prevail…paraphrasing Judge Bork it’s not a sad day for Herman but rather it was a sad day for our future…Reagan and Thomas had the same accusations as Herman…Goldwater and Bork were among other things branded racist…its not about color…its about what those men represented to those like obama…

  2. Mary from Georgetown, TX December 6, 2011 at 5:59 pm #

    I too was so disappointed when Herman Cain suspended his campaign, I truly believed he was the one that could save us from going over the edge, I have looked over and am horrified by what I see. I would be OK with West as VP, but perhaps we should look at Jon Huntsman or Rick Santorum they are both supposed to be extremely conservative?
    I can’t believe we only have a choice between Newt and Mitt…say it isn’t so!

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 6, 2011 at 7:36 pm #

      mary from georgetown tx: allen is pro abortion, and huntsman not a chance…I could see rick in cabinet but I’m not sure about v/p…

  3. Jan Elliott December 6, 2011 at 2:37 pm #

    Amazing how the devil and his cronies perk up and work harder when good might overcome evil, isn’t it? We must keep the faith and hold fast to the truth – “we know in Whom we have believed….”

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 6, 2011 at 6:11 pm #

      jan elliot: not amazing…it’s to be expected…

  4. Josie December 6, 2011 at 10:47 am #

    CORRECTION: FROM GOD TO YOUR HAND. THAT IS WHAT SHOULD HAVE READ IN THE PREVIOUS REMARK. I CANNOT FIND AN EDIT FORM WHEN WRITING TO YOU…IT WOULD HAVE BEEN CAUGHT. SORRY

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 6, 2011 at 6:43 pm #

      josie: lol…no prob…I understand…

  5. Josie December 6, 2011 at 10:44 am #

    Mychal…..from God to her hand. Mind blowing rant. The insight, and understanding is tremendous. Thank you.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 6, 2011 at 6:44 pm #

      josie: thk you much…

  6. David DeWitt December 6, 2011 at 4:42 am #

    Is Mr. Cain still going to fight these allegations an try to repair his reputation?
    David DeWitt

    • David December 7, 2011 at 2:39 pm #

      Is he still going to fight these allegations an try to repair his reputation?
      David

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 7, 2011 at 7:55 pm #

        david: guess we’ll see….

  7. John A December 5, 2011 at 11:41 pm #

    I never doubted Herman Cain for a minute. Lies were hurled at him by evil people and they shall reap their own deserts. I thank Mr. Cain for having done what he could for us. I know he will continue to be a light for all of us. Thank you, Mychal, for supporting him.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 6, 2011 at 1:39 am #

      john a: I feel the same way…

  8. Cape Conservative December 5, 2011 at 10:56 pm #

    It saddened me to hear that Mr. Cain was ending his campaign. It just proves to me why good civic-minded citizens don’t step up to the plate very often.

    I thank Herman Cain (the only person to receive a donation from me this time around) for his message and his perseverance – and hope he will realize the love and compassion of those from all 50 (not 57) states. Herman Cain would have been VERY good for America. However those in power were determined he would never have the opportunity to demonstrate that America would succeed with true leadership from Citizen Cain, president of the United States.

    By the way…has anyone besides me connected the dots – the Obama 2012 campaign office location is not Washington, rather he decided CHICAGO was the place to run for re-election. Axelrod/Emanuel/Jarrett all the in-crowd of the dirty Chicago political scene. No one can convince me this was a ‘coincidence’ – just more from the gang in Chicago. After all, they have the game plan down pat…this is how he has won every office he ran for…POISONOUS PERSONAL ATTACKS – attacks that once made destroy the individual…there is no recourse available. Where does Herman Cain go now to get his reputation back? For those of us who are smart enough to recognize a smear campaign, Mr. Cain, your reputation is untarnished!

    God bless you and your family – we were ‘hopeful’ you were going to bring about POSITIVE ‘change’ to Washington, but it appears it was not meant to be. Cherish your days with your loved ones and again, I thank you for putting yourself out there for the good of America!

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 6, 2011 at 1:48 am #

      cape conservative: well said…

  9. Lucy Overstreet December 5, 2011 at 5:39 pm #

    Excellent article!!

    May Cain, like Joseph, know that satan meant this for evil but our LORD will use it for good. What a wonderful illustration of comparing Cain and Joseph- both men were falsely acused. GOD raised up Joseph after this to save HIS people. May the LORD GOD use Cain in a mighty way.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 6, 2011 at 1:50 am #

      lucy overstreet: I’m sure he does…and I’m sure he will…

  10. danbubalo December 5, 2011 at 3:34 pm #

    Herman Cain is still a force. Let’s not write his obituary just yet.

    Meanwhile, let’s not lose our focus.

    Mr. Obama’s engrossment with raising taxes on higher income earners has eclipsed the point of obsession and resembles a man either possessed by demons or one who is so completely bereft of economic sense that he should be examined by medical professionals for competance. His vindictiveness and pernicious attitude toward an unaffiliated group of successful people has been represented as a cure for what has beset the economy as well as the national deficit, so a common sense and simple representation of this apparent derangement is critical. Consider this:

    The two most wealthy men in the country are Warren Buffet and Bill Gates. Depending upon the source, it is reasonable to estimate their collective net worth at 100 billion dollars. If those two men were to DONATE their entire net worth toward repayment of the national debt it would decrease by six tenths of one percent. Mr. Obama and the media would like everyone to drink like mother’s milk the concept that all our problems would dissolve if those awful people in the virtual rich club he maintains exists would simplay pay “their fair share.”

    The top 1% of wage earners already pay nearly 40% of all taxes, so unless one possesses a room temperature IQ it must be apparent that a much bigger problem eists, and believe me one does.

    The national debt is not the hoo-doo-voo-doo item the media has always suggested it is, and I will put it into perspective. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was roughly 10 Trillion annually when President Bush took office and the national debt was approximately 6 Trillion. That is analagous to making $100,000 per year and having a $60,000 mortgage. Yes, there is debt, but is is without question a manageable debt.

    That ratio has remained in tact for most of the past generation, but elevated during the Bush Administration as a function of two things: the unexpected events of September 11, 2001, and the fact that the Bush Administration had to make up for 8 years of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton systematically neutering the military and its budget. Nonetheless, the debt remained “manageable.”

    In less than three years of Mr. Obama’s administration, the national debt is now commensurate with the GDP. In simple terms, it has more than doubled in three years to a point that the GDP AND national debt now rest at $15 Trillion each. When, not if, the income drops below the national debt, and it borders on that precipice as I type, the downward spiral becomes a vortex, a Bermuda Triangle, from which nothing can escape.

    More on that subject another time.

    In the interim, consider this: All of Wall Street was unable to raise between 800 Million and One Billion dollars for American Airlines during the most recent three months, and that venerable airline filed a reorganization plan under Chapter 11 late last week. Gates at major airports are actually huge assets that appear on the balance sheets of all major airlines, and American was willing to mortgage those valuable slots as well as re-mortgage their planes in order to bring about this financing and “The Street” said no. There wasn’t enough interest in that particular risk, for American has assets of roughly 22 Billion and liabilities of 29 Billion, and with that type of ratio, it was assumed the “vortex” would soon suck the company into utter darkness. Maybe yes, maybe no, although I’m betting on the latter.

    Regardless, companies leveraged like American Airlines have overcome steep odds before and stock market success is based upon one’s ability to gauge odd.

    Meanwhile, Solyndra received 535 MILLION from Mr. Obama and his Czars wihout so much as a revenue stream.

    All of these observations mean nothing unless Congress quits promising and spending more than you or I can promise or spend and still maintain ownership of our homes.

    A final thought: One of Mr. Obama’s apparatchiks, sometimes regarded as the Department of Labor, came out with surprisingly great news on unemployment last Friday. It claimed the U-3 measure of unemployment had magically dropped from over 9% to 8.6%, something which defies all mathematical laws of which I’m aware as well as, perhaps, some laws of physics. It turns out the greater measure of unemployment, known as U-6, increased by 315,000 people during the same period, which would indicate that unemployment actually worsened.

    That’s not a problem for Obama-Operatives. They simply “subtracted” the 315,000 who threw in the towel and quit looking for work as somehow REDUCING the number of unemployed, and the press ran with the news as naively as children getting let out of school for summer break.

    Stay tuned. More to follow.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 5:58 pm #

      danbubalo: indeed our work is not done but just starting…

  11. Woody W Woodward December 5, 2011 at 3:15 pm #

    Mr. Cain’s treatment by the Obamanoid left wing media is to be abhorred. The accusers have had their 15 minutes of fame and the media has more than earned its 30 pieces of silver (commercial time). At least, Judas had enough humanity in him to throw his ill gotten gains back into the faces of those who paid him. My guess is that the Obamanoids, like the scribes and the Pharisees, won’t even look back. They’re already looking for their next victim.
    [W3]

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 5:51 pm #

      woody w woodward: more importantly judas had the decency to hang himself…

  12. BUFFALO JOHN December 5, 2011 at 2:34 pm #

    His wife didn’t know about it… enough said. I don’t need to know any more than that.

    Less then 2 weeks ago Cain was the man I wanted to see be our next president. With him out of the race now I don’t see a replacement. I will vote against Obama… again.

    This is a sad time for all of us.

    • MrsJB December 5, 2011 at 5:13 pm #

      I doubt that any man involved in such large corporations can even let his wife know about every person he talked with or who he signed a book for. Lies mirror truth and only knowing true right from true ‘left’ allowes the seer to distinguish which is which. A good marriage includes deep trust. A false marriage looks good for a time because it builds a trust that one then uses to confuse while weaving in lies. I do know some facts about Mr. Newt (easier to spell his first name). He does have real marital trust issues from the past.

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 5:48 pm #

        mrsjb: you are spot on per your observations of trust in marriage…

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 6, 2011 at 1:52 am #

        mrsjb: very well said…

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 5:55 pm #

      buffalo john: I don’t even list my charitable donations on my taxes…

  13. Lotow December 5, 2011 at 1:54 pm #

    Mychal: thank you! I too, thought of Joseph but, your reference to Peter was brilliant and the tears ran down my face as I thought of Peter and read your kind words about Mr. Cain. How sad that our “democratic process” has been brought so low that this kind of crap is considered the norm – just for attempting to become President – lives can be destroyed!
    I’m truly sorry for what happened to Mr. Cain. This man could have been a positive force in this country and it was taken away in the vilest of ways. To destroy a man’s character – to take away a lifetime of work, to slander in a manner that is almost indefensible is just tragic. Have we sunk so low?!?!
    My crush began when I heard him on the radio saying, “You are listening to the voice of Herman Cain”. I hope they have not succeeded in silencing that voice.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 6:02 pm #

      lotow: his voice won’t be silenced…it will just be more difficult to implement the changes he proposed…and yes…I had a sense of how Peter felt…that said Joseph went on to be used of God…potiphar’s wife went on to nothing…

  14. Marilyn December 5, 2011 at 1:33 pm #

    I am deeply touched about Herman Cain’s decision to drop out of the GOP candidacy. We all know Cain is not guilty of the faithless, unworthy pursuits of our corrupt society. To those females who came forward to gain their chance in the limelight and receive ‘awards’ for their unproven comments and under-handed tactics, they will soon learn that what goes around comes around. God has His own way of dealing with corruptness.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 6:14 pm #

      marilyn: I know a person who was told a child that a woman had aborted was his…years later he was told by her former girlfriend that the girl had lied in an effort to make him feel tortured…so the answer to the question of why do or would people lie…is because they can…

  15. fullcirclethinker December 5, 2011 at 12:31 pm #

    Just as Sarah Palin stepped down from being governor of Alaska in order to squelch the swirling false accusations constantly fired at her and her family, in order for the state of Alaska to get on with the business at hand, so it is likely that Herman Cain has done the same with his Presidential aspirations. And, just like Sarah Palin still remaining a political force within the conservative arena, it is my prayer that the same will hold true for Mr. Cain.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 6:17 pm #

      fullcirclethinker: very good point…and there is no doubt that Herman will continue to be a voice for the people…

  16. CathyB December 5, 2011 at 11:22 am #

    Good article and scriptural analysis of this tragedy Mychal. I, for one, find comfort in you reminding us of God’s plan, not our plan. Mr. Cain is a faithful servant and he will be rewarded. He too is an example to us to turn our eyes to God to strengthen us personally for these trials and the ones coming.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:05 pm #

      cathyb: thk you much my friend…Herman will be ok…it is his accuser’s who will have to face judgement for the character assassination of a good man…

      • Jennie April 11, 2012 at 2:08 pm #

        Herman like Joseph has found favor with God, his family, and the people of America who love and admire him. When I read the first article I was thrilled and I was hooked. Just what we need, I thought. Someone with good sense and who knows how to get things done. He didn’t have any help. He pulled himself up and became a very successful man. As capable and intelligent as he is, he would have been perfect. “Someone who doesn’t have his hand out, doesn’t have a history for anything but success . . just what our country needs.” I wish him the best, I feel that this will not drag him down. He’s a get it done type of man. I hope he is around for a long time . . . I still think we need him, but can’t blame him for dropping out once the “Bimbo Patrol” was released. And what do the bimbos have now that they are no longer needed? They could have done some good instead of prostituting themselves to those who would do him harm. And I hope we will be seeing more of him. God Bless You, Herman!!!

        • Mychal
          Mychal April 11, 2012 at 7:12 pm #

          jennie: Herman Cain is and remains my friend…and as far as I am concerned the only real candidate and certainly the only who could have beaten obama…

  17. Ben December 5, 2011 at 10:33 am #

    Cain dropping out is the nations loss. We will see if he was truly conservative now. IMHO, if he endorses Gingrich i will question Cain’s real message about shrinking government.

    Of those left, the only ones who truly mean what they say are Bachman, Perry, and Paul.

    We cannot afford business as usual.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:37 pm #

      ben: sorry but I cannot agree w/ you about perry…just ask the people from texas…and paul would be last person I wanted in office w/ the mess in the middle east…and bachmann just isn’t strong enough to be president…she’s the kind of person who tells her children to go to bed and two hrs later they’re still up…I don’t particularly like newt…but I can understand the reasons for an alliance between he and Herman…

  18. Christopher David Borcik December 5, 2011 at 10:09 am #

    In February 1995, in contemplative solitude while worshipping in the Mormon temple in Washington DC. I received what I knew to be the voice of God. The experience, coincidentally, was in the 35th year of my mortal life. Having served honorably in the US Navy from 1982 to 1988, a graduate of the Naval Academy, flying for the past 23 years as an airline pilot, witnessing the ugliness of politics and the stranglehold the enemy of all righteousness has on our political system and on our country, I can no longer ignore the commandment I received nearly 17 years ago. If God fearing people believe he speaks to man today, I invite your candid response. Should I do as he commands, “Run for President” by following Herman Cain’s example as a political outsider, or begin by holding some other political office? Sincerely a fellow concerned patriot.

    • RVD December 5, 2011 at 3:48 pm #

      Christopher….follow your Conscience!

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:15 pm #

        rvd: precisely

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:15 pm #

      deb: agreed…

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:39 pm #

      christopher david borcik: that is your decision…I cannot offer more than that…

  19. Jeff December 5, 2011 at 9:53 am #

    Re your “rant” Mychal, I agree, I don’t see any reference in Revelations to this once great country (by His Grace)

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:44 pm #

      jeff: I have long said there is a reason that this area of the world is not mentioned in Revelation…and I believe it is because this country has ceased to be relevant…

  20. mary ann allen December 5, 2011 at 9:09 am #

    A big Amen.
    If we have learned anything over the last 20 years of recent political history. Is that whoever the left doesn’t like, the runner will be attacked. If the left does not attack, that means that one is a RINO!

    We never want a candidate that the left does not give a hard time to. The good guy needs to stick it out!

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:48 pm #

      may ann allen: very well said and I absolutely agree…

  21. RVD December 5, 2011 at 8:50 am #

    I too wish Herman had “stayed the course”. As painful as it may have been, it would have showed the side of him that is necessary to run a country……the toughness and stamina that is so needed! What, I now wonder, would have been the outcome. So maybe a seed of doubt had been planted into the minds of many of the People, but seeds don’t necessarily take root and grow. Sometimes they just die in the dirt! I feel, this too, would have, as time went on, and Herman continued on his path, He would have buried that seed of doubt. Now all most people will do is wonder……was he premature in walking away? I think so! The Fight had to be fought…..I wish he had stayed in the battle and fought it!

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:49 pm #

      rvd: so do I my friend so do I…

  22. Reed December 5, 2011 at 8:22 am #

    I agree with you completely.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:50 pm #

      reed: lol…great mines…

  23. Noah December 5, 2011 at 8:20 am #

    Thank you for the post Mychal. All of what you have written makes perfect sense. I believe that Randall Terry should be the one we look at now as our next serious contender and hope as the President of the United States.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:51 pm #

      noah: I know nothing about him…

  24. Dennis McCutcheon December 5, 2011 at 7:58 am #

    Mychal, I am in agreement. saddened deeply. Who is the next target, Romney or Gingrich?
    In Christ,
    Dennis

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:53 pm #

      dennis mccutcheon: they already begun to attack newt…every commentator and news program is talking about newt being sorely and irritable…how is it that they all started to opine the same thing two days after Herman stepped away…

  25. K M December 5, 2011 at 7:42 am #

    Is there any way we can sucessfully and publicly sue these women? You are correct; they have done real damage to this country in many ways and need to be brought to heel to possibly keep others from doing the same. I aslo commend you on NOT calling White Ms. White. Burns me when conservatives give in to that liberal feminist garbage.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:57 pm #

      k m: some very warm places will become very cold before I ever give into liberal feminist garbage…

  26. Elizabeth Lovett December 4, 2011 at 1:33 pm #

    Fantastic article, Mr.Mychal Massie. I was very sadden to hear and see Mr. Cain’s decision to suspend his campaign. But, I admire him even more because he understands that it is his character at question here. Furthermore, regardless of the position that cloud will always be there because character and perception of character matters. But, what I find interesting is how is it no questions of the newest front runner’s character given the flip flopping, having three marriages, two affairs, in which he married the last fling. Why is it that his character is not questioned?

    It appears that these accusations played into a racial stereotype of black men that appeal to a sexual prowess only associated with black men. Nothing else explains this in light of Bill Clinton.

    So on one hand we are to believe that the newest front runner, Newt Gingrich, is an up standing man who has seen the error of his ways and that Herman Cain is a sexual harasser who has affairs when no evidence in either situation points to that conclusion.

    We are indeed pawns in this political game and America must understand the players and the game so we can ignore the manipulation.

  27. Ken James December 4, 2011 at 12:32 pm #

    Another wonderful and insightful article. What White and the others will realize very soon is they sold their dignity for a few minutes of notoriety. Their lives from this point foward will be very difficult. No one will trust them. No one will hire them. Cain is strong and will rebound from this and will still be successful and respected. They will not be. They did not destroy Cain…they destroyed themselves. And the media has once again seriously damaged our country with their selective cruelty.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:17 pm #

      ken james: I agree w/ everything you said except them having dignity…their lives prove they had anything but dignity….

  28. John Constitution December 4, 2011 at 11:59 am #

    I agree with your entire assessment of the current situation. And then I read the last paragraph in which you link Cain’s failure to a fulfillment of Biblical Prophecy, and my blood ran cold.

    I have blogged in the past on this very thing! I am not at all sure that America CAN elect a viable leader!

    Look at where we have come in America. Our founders put God first, family second, government third, and self last. Today, we have pretty much reversed that order. Self is first, and God, if the individual believes in Him at all, is generally relegated to last place.

    Is it any wonder that we elect the likes of Obama, Bush, and Clinton? I think not! Is it any wonder that when a man like Herman Cain vies for the Presidency that the establishment is terrified of him and will stop at nothing to tear him down? I think not!

    Look at the occupy movement, and look at the various movements in the Middle East. They are spreading!

    It would not surprise me in the least if we re-elect Obama, or, if a Republican, it will be a candidate that is firmly in the establishment’s pocket, and things will continue as they have been for the past 3 years.

    As I watch events unfold, I am more and more convinced that we are entering the time the Book of Revelation refers to as the beginning of sorrows.

    But when we see these events occur, be glad and rejoice, for it means that our Lord’s coming is that much nearer!

    • Jan December 4, 2011 at 3:20 pm #

      John Constitution, Well said my brother.
      I agree with you. I see it the same way.I feel sad, and yes indeed angry, but it’s obvious, this single incident made it most painfully clear, for now. I had hope, but I no longer believe that America can recognize and choose goodness over evil, and even if they can, they choose to support the evil all the while mocking the good. There is no integrity in our media, or in our elections. So, although more might still see the truth, the machine is in motion, and the machine is indeed wicked,lying, fraudulent and totally corrupt..Far too many, over half, don’t even vote, or bother to learn even a little reality and truth about the process or the people who rule over us. There are 2 or 3 worthy still standing and I hope Herman remains loud and visible.

      I mourn today, and perhaps for a while, and feel the emotions of disappointment, and grief…but I stand on the rock that is my Savior, when all around me is sinking sand. I am so unworthy, and so very thankful. The evil will grow, and continue, but greater is he that is in me, (and those who believe) than he who is in the world.

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:04 pm #

        jan: I am inclined to agree w/ you Jan…

    • Chris December 5, 2011 at 10:39 am #

      Well said, John. I’d suggest you read W Cleon Skousen’s “The Naked Capitalist” to see how long the Establishment has been in control & We The People have been sleepwalking all these years. Mychal- I wish you had been Mr. Cain’s campaign manager- I bet there’d be more bite to his campaign & he’d still be in the running. Unfortunately, the price any candidate pays is sacrificing family & privacy if they want the office bad enough-which is why too few good people enter politics. I’d have loved to see Mr. Cain pull the black vote away from Obama (I seem to remember when he first started running that the so-called black leaders were lukewarm to him because he wasn’t black enough) and I feel Mr. Cain was waking up the black voting block which made him a clear & present danger to the Democrat voting block. I can’t wait to hear who Mr. Cain endorses.

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:33 pm #

        chris: that whole argument about being black enough is code for supporting victimology and prejudice…

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:22 pm #

      john constitution: so it is for those who know and understand…

  29. moneymack December 4, 2011 at 10:42 am #

    i say run with then line until the next best brother in line Allen West steps up to the plate. hes is the best black conservative out there. hes consistent and confrontational. if some women came forward with these allegations he wouldve made mince of them and i think the media would eat it up…unlike herb. i know you owe him for sending readers to your blog, but youre shamelessly promoting a fraud. straight up. talking about a holyfield tyson fight date is weak, if she’s a year off in saying 14 instead of 13 years its immaterial. the bottom line is its a proven fact he’s been giving this woman gift, money and trips. and his wife didnt know about it. i say herbs wife is the biggest indicator, she is really really silent, subdued, like she cant talk without his approval.

    you said that if herb doesnt get the nomination, obama is winning…think you need to refute those statements or your visitors will diminish.

    • Pat M December 5, 2011 at 7:52 am #

      What happened to Herman Cain is shameful. He was and is a good man, but some of what happened was mishandled. That certainly gave me pause, and it should have given others pause as well. We have seen what mishandling at the federal level can do to our country. Being the kind of person Cain is, he has stepped aside rather than hang on and maybe change the outcome of the primaries and hurt his family any more. Wise man.

      That said, as you point out, Mychal, our country is in trouble. We do not have time to lick our wounds but must instead regroup and decide who we will support as there is little time. That said, I have decided to back Newt Gingrich. He may not be everyone’s choice, but choose you must, and now I have good reason to be hopeful as there is an article out this morning indicating he is talking to Allen West for VP and West has said he would accept it. That, for me at least, makes me far more enthusiastic. I love Allen West and he is also a historian (as Gingrich is) and understands the ties anything we do have to history……………best not to repeat some of the things that have not worked out well, but it also gives great insite into others we deal with. Mr. West is a true 100% conservative legislator and think he and Newt would be unbeatable!

      But if you don’t agree, as is your right, please focus on the candidates who are in the offing, check them out, make a choice and support them. Our country totally depends on us getting the current resident out of the white house and putting someone in who can begin the process of healing our country and getting us back on track.

      • Christel December 5, 2011 at 9:39 am #

        I am also very saddened by Herman Cain’s withdrawel. However, I agree that it was his choice, we have to honor that and we have to MOVE on and get behind one of the other candidates. I also will go with Newt Gingrich. Whether you like him personally or not, he is extremely knowledgeable on all topics. He also has a spicy past, but all of his personal life has already been displayed for the country to see so the Obamabobblehead and his cronies don’t have anything more to ‘drag’ out in public. I think that Gingrich is the only one that can totally beat down Obama in a debate…he’s the best at debating over all of them. THE GOAL IS TO GET RID OF THE PIECE OF WORTHLESS DICTATOR WE NOW HAVE.

        • Swamprat December 5, 2011 at 10:48 am #

          Christel – thanks for your post – especially the last sentence. THE GOAL IS TO GET RID OF THE PIECE OF WORTHLESS DICTATOR (and thief – my words) WE HAVE NOW.

          I will vote for a ticket with Newt as President and Allen West as his VP. As a 74 year old white woman I am extremely concerned about my country. My husband is a retired AF officer – we both were hoping Herman Cain would be our next President. A pox on these dreadful women.

          • Mychal
            Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:30 pm #

            swamprat: the color of your skin is unimportant…we must be concerned about the fact that we are left w/ no real candidate…allen west is pro abortion…I cannot and will not support anyone who supports the murder of unborn children…

        • Mychal
          Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:48 pm #

          christel: obama would have made a fool of himself against Herman in a debate by trying to be slick and suave…against newt he will try to get newt angry to show newt is to il-tempered to be prez…

      • Christel December 5, 2011 at 9:49 am #

        I just looked up Allen West…..excellent bio. I was hoping maybe for Herman Cain to be the VP nominee, but Allen West has excellent credentials as well!!!

        • Mychal
          Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:44 pm #

          christel: allen is pro abortion and he has on three occasions turned on the tea party…

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:54 pm #

        pat m: allen is pro abortion…

    • anna zachariah December 5, 2011 at 1:06 pm #

      Mychal’s visitors will not dimish. They’re are many of us who agree with him. — Mr. Cain gave us hope. REAL hope of change. — The candidates the media has chosen will not lead America out of its decline. Newt, Barack & Mitt are of the established regimes and part of the problem. The America we know will not survive. What a sad, sad day.

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 6:15 pm #

        anna zachariah: thk you Anna…

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:35 pm #

      moneymack: first of all both Herman didn’t send readers to my blog…my work posted there just as it does on many other sites…second Herman is a person friend as is Allen…the three of us have been friends for years…as matter of fact Allen’s family and I are friends…as for your thinly veiled taunt you nice try…

    • ConservativeKitty December 5, 2011 at 11:37 pm #

      People will see what they want to see. If you were looking for a reason to stop supporting Cain, you’d be inclined to believe people like Ginger White. Yes, I agree, it would’ve been better if he either hadn’t given her money or at least cleared it with his wife first, but just because he didn’t do this doesn’t mean he had an affair with her. Stop jumping to conclusions; innocent until proven guilty! Besides, even if, for the sake of argument, he did have an affair, why should that matter? Nobody thought it should matter with Clinton!

      Trust me, Gloria Cain is capable of saying anything she wishes; I’m sure she doesn’t need Herman’s approval to do so. BTW, quit calling him ‘Herb.’ Why do we insist that whoever we pick has to be perfect? We all fall short of the mark. Cain isn’t perfect; that doesn’t mean that he’s guilty of what he’s been accused of. Personally, I have become even more disillusioned with the whole political process. I also hate that I’ll be pretty much backed into voting for whomever the GOP picks just because I don’t want 4 more years of BO. I so wish that Herman would reconsider; I’m not happy with any of the other candidates.

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 6, 2011 at 1:47 am #

        conservativekitty: very well said…you are exactly right…as for giving money…I don’t count my donations as a tax donation…my point being that some people would say that I’m crazy for not taking the deduction…but I have my reasons…that said neither do I keep track of my giving…that is in addition to and in excess of my tithes…so who is it that says there is a proper way to give or that it is improper to help someone out…

  30. moneymack December 4, 2011 at 10:35 am #

    i mean seriously lets be real: herb cut and ran. bottom line. anyone can say anything about someone. thats what the 1st amendment allows. if its a smear or a lie, there are legal recourses set in place. he is running for the highest office in the US. last i checked having sex or propositioning sex isnt a crime. if he wasnt guilty, put his wife on the campaign with him and move forward. you cheapen your brand, if thats what your trying to do here, by saying anything other. conservatives stood up, not retreated, ask your fellow con Allen West. do you think this wouldve flew with him? i doubt it…bottom line, your man is dirty and clueless. and you risk falling into that category if you continue. you will fall in obscurity if you dont follow that GOP line and right now flavor of the month herb is out, go with Gingrich.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:37 pm #

      moneymack: explain to me why anyone on this page should care what you think…

  31. moneymack December 4, 2011 at 10:27 am #

    food for thought about herb cain: pokemon can.

  32. Bill Sr. December 4, 2011 at 8:47 am #

    Now we await our “half a loaf”. Who will Herman endorse?

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:37 pm #

      bill sr: newt…

  33. Ginny December 4, 2011 at 8:29 am #

    Mychal; It’s darn shame to depress an old lady this way.I am so saddened. My heart goes out to Mrs Cain because I know she has been feeling so hurt and frustrated by all this adverse media horse pucky. I just wish she could have endured it all. If you are in the puplic eye then all eyes seem to convict you. As much as my heart sorrows, I wish he had stayed the course. Looks like Mickey Mouse will get a lot of votes again this election.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:39 pm #

      ginny: i’m writing Herman’s name in…

  34. Makavelly013 December 4, 2011 at 1:34 am #

    Dude seriously? You are like the last guy on the titanic playing as it slips beneath the waves. Do you seriously think he she is lying? Yeah uhhh friends for 13 years, text messages at night, money and no sex… either he is a liar or an idiot – which is it? and which are you? publish this if you dare!

    • Mike December 4, 2011 at 8:21 am #

      To Makavelly
      Obviously you are the idiot. You start your post with “Dude” and that immediately paints a character portrait of yourself. People who say “Dude” don’t think for themselves. They follow the popular “click” as it were. One great example is starting off a post with “Dude”. We know your kind.
      You need to speak for yourself and not Mr. Cain nor anyone else. You are a mental midget and you have judged Mr. Cain by applying your own lack of ethics to him. You seem to think that a man is an idiot because he has ethics.
      People like you always think they are smart and most times, smarter than everyone else but let me assure you that you and they are mental midgets.
      Mr. Cain is a man of strong character. That is something that mental midgets, such as yourself, can never understand.

      • Swamprat December 5, 2011 at 10:51 am #

        Thank you Mike – Couldn’t have said it better myself.

        • Mychal
          Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:21 pm #

          swamprat: thk you my friend…

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:44 pm #

        mike: well said…must have been an electrical storm somewhere w/ an lightening strike to the ground stirring up the earthworms and having them land on this blog…

    • John McClain December 5, 2011 at 11:49 am #

      I have to question your entire line of reasoning. Were it simply an affair, why no statement as such? How does one carry on an affair over years, with sixty odd contacts spread out in a total of four non-consecutive months, not even two being consecutive?
      This sounds far more like a man of action being petitioned for help, helping, stating a limit and moving on, only to be petitioned for help again, after time has lapsed and offering less help each time, until the fourth time was once too many.
      No one is coming forth and making accusations with a fist full of facts, willing to lay open, and those who accuse without facts are liars. I have no pity for the woman who is raped, and will not name her attacker, lay out the facts, and make it possible for reasonable people to believe what is said. My daughter was molested when just five, and while she didn’t talk at first, both her mother and myself knew from the moment she got home something had happened, and she told the story when she knew she was safe.
      So far, all we’ve heard were suggestions there was a story, and each time by someone with no credibility. I don’t know why Mr. Cain decided enough was enough, but get off his case unless facts are presented in evidence, and are supported by logic and reason. I’m only fifty four, but I have multiple sclerosis, I would like to have run for office, knowing I could do the job, but I’m tired, far more than I ought to be, and I suspect that Mr. Cain, older than I, may well just be tired of not enough Americans caring enough to turn to the media and simply say “shut up, you lying thieving bastards”, and then turned back and said, “now what were you saying Mr. Cain, please continue”.
      It is We, The People who let him down, because regardless of who we wish to vote for, all of us should be disgusted with a media we all know has no truth in it, and is as useful as “Pravda”, and yet we continue to buy their papers, and keep them in business, even knowing they are deliberately lying in every aspect of every story every day. It’s been since I returned from the Gulf since the last time I bought a newspaper, and it was the blatant lies in that paper about what my brothers were doing in Iraq and Afghanistan, while I recruited, that ended buy papers forever. In a Nation of Sovereign Citizens, we are either responsible for everything which happens, or irresponsible, and allowed things to happen. Everything is Our Fault, unless we choose to give up our rights, and thus give up any responsibility and be children ruled by government.

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 6:46 pm #

        john mcclain: as always well you have spoken…keep in mind the woman who accused the duke lacrosse team…she had a history and they still bought her lies…the school w/out any evidence and well in advance of any real facts suspended the players…there were calls for the team to be disbanded etc…even professors got involved in the condemnation…there were allegations of racism in the town…the end result was the woman was a train wreck for whom lying was a way of life…the d/a nifong lied and was ultimately caught in his misdeeds and made to pay a tremendous price…the woman continued to spawn lies and dishonesty ending in her murdering another man who was foolish enough to get involved w/ her…the women accusing Herman are no better…and those supporting them are the equivalent of those who supported the duke accuser…

    • Marilyn December 5, 2011 at 6:35 pm #

      Hey “Dude Makavelly013.” You will like this one: “Witnessing the Republicans and Democrats bicker over the U.S. Debt is like watching two drunks argue over a bar bill on the Titanic.”

      At least Cain had the answers for this big math problem and he sure wasn’t going to let the “Titanic” dump into the depths of the ocean as where we are headed right now. In case you don’t understand me, “Titanic,” in this case, is the United States of America. If you weren’t educated in the right school and Church, you wouldn’t understand what honor and integrity means.

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 6, 2011 at 1:50 am #

        marilyn: hahaha…I’m going to co-opt that saying…

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:11 pm #

      makavelly013: the first rule of attempting to insult someone is to make sure they remotely care what you say or think…

  35. Victor Michal December 4, 2011 at 1:14 am #

    I just discovered your site via Mr. Cain’s site, and I have to say this is a great article on a such a sour subject. I was saddened by today’s announcement, but I have a feeling that this latest accusation was one knife in the back too many for Cain.

    Today I’ve witnessed all the liberals celebrating this latest victory against conservatism, as well as so-called conservatives parroting the phrase “he was never qualified in the first place.”

    To them I’d say “why?” Because Mr. Cain was the only candidate to make an issue of our dreadful tax system? Because Mr. Cain was the first candidate to offer a real solution to our Social Security woes by suggesting an American version of the Chilean Model, a proven system that works brilliantly?

    Or is it because Mr. Cain has proven success in corporate America and knows how to turn a struggling business around (and that might just apply to turning around a struggling economy)?

    I will vote in this election, as I always do, for the Republican candidate, because defeating Obama is the first and most important step in our nation’s recovery. But Cain was the only candidate in my 31 years about whom I had such positive feelings.

    But they attacked him in such a perfect way that not only ruined his chance at becoming president, but cast such a shadow of doubt that Mr. Cain will most likely never be considered for even a cabinet position.

    Herman Cain is, I fear, merely the first casualty of the upcoming Obama Campaign Machine.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:16 pm #

      victor michal: thk you and welcome aboard…I look forward to reading your comments….

  36. Leah Perry December 4, 2011 at 12:51 am #

    Mychal, you captured my feelings exactly in your article. I felt very discouraged today. I had been very optimistic, right up until the moment Herman Cain said he was suspending his campaign, that he would stay in the fight because he is innocent. I had been praying for his campaign and hoping something might break to help vindicate Herman’s reputation. It was bewildering and demoralizing to see that whomever payed off these women to falsely accuse Cain, have now achieved what they set out to do – stop Cain. What hurts the most, however, is my considerable concern for what kind of future may lay in store for my two very young daughters if God does not intervene to stop America’s downward spiral. I hope the GOP does have a candidate willing to fight for our children’s future.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:19 pm #

      leah perry: would that that were the case…

  37. wayne boone December 4, 2011 at 12:39 am #

    God Bless Herman Cain….His family..and America…All we need to do is expose the slimy underbelly of this sickness..mainly in the uber corrupt Democratic machine and the even more corrupt propaganda media… Evil is powerless against good when exposed to the light! They will scatter like cockroaches when you hit a light switch..
    and as Shakespeare said: “The truth will out”
    w

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:24 pm #

      wayne boone: your reference to cockroaches and light is one I use often…it is very apropos…

  38. vanwho December 4, 2011 at 12:36 am #

    It may be too late, but I just tried to send the following message to Mr. Cain on his site:

    “Please, Please, Please don’t quit. I know this is tremendously difficult for you and your lovely family. BUT – your family knows you and loves you – they know the truth. Please let the US have a chance to have a real leader. I have had many things written about me in local newspapers when I finally achieved a local powerful position after my husband’s death and most of it was GOOD NEWS – but – it was still FALSE. I posted those articles on my bulletin board to remind me that good, bad or ugly -the media is now in control and the media is no longer about reportng. The media is about distorting – depending on the whim of majority stockholders. PLEASE don’t stop. I am a white 50 year old red headed freckled faced woman. I became a widow at a young age. I had people in my community falsely accuse me of terrible things. Even a local church I attended said young widows must be “spurned from the congregation” because they could be a temptation to men….Oh my goodness, you wouldn’t believe what I had to endure (oops yes you can) just because I was a young attractive intelligent widow in our little community. Again, PLEASE keep fighting this please, please, please.”

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:29 pm #

      vanwho: I wish he would have continued…I applaud you based on that which you have shared…what church decides such is right to treat widows…your color doesn’t matter here…my best to you in your position…be well…

  39. T. Gunn December 4, 2011 at 12:35 am #

    D. Swanson, you and Mychal should direct me to the communities that house all of these Black conservatives relaxing in their spa, free from worry except the swirling, comforting water. I earn a decent wage, live in a nice suburb, and enjoy my home, just as all the other Black Americans in the community. Still, I haven’t run across any one who lost time in the spa because he is distraught over Cain’s decision.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:37 pm #

      t,gunn: good wage, nice suburb, enjoy your home…I’m plz’d for you…

  40. Carpenter December 4, 2011 at 12:21 am #

    I honestly believe America is in decline, our culture makes heros out of thugs and idiots and pretenders like the hollywood jesters. All you need to do to ruin somebody is lie, and with enough money to buy liars it is easy to influence our culture of apathetic, lazy,and fat. Future people will be reading about the once great America.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:40 pm #

      carpenter: sandals to sandals in two generations as the saying goes…

  41. Branwen December 3, 2011 at 11:51 pm #

    to Ryan who seems to know everything, you to have convicted this man with no evidence? Ill be nice and keep it at that out of respect for Mr Massies forum. God bless

    • Ryan December 4, 2011 at 8:19 pm #

      Branwen,

      Testimony IS evidence. Just ask any lawyer. And we’ve got six women (so far) who have testified against Herman Cain. That’s plenty of evidence. Whether you choose to believe it or not is entirely up to you. Just for the record, I believed all the women who accused Bill Clinton too. It’s rare for a woman to make up false charges of harassment, and most often women fail to report sexual harassment when they are justified in doing so.

      • Branwen December 5, 2011 at 1:32 am #

        so if someone gives false “testimony” against you its automatic “evidence? wow you really dont live in the real world. this is a prime example of a hack job and pure sleeze politics. and gullible people like you believe whatever you hear out of the liberal media. their was no proof.

        • Mychal
          Mychal December 5, 2011 at 7:58 pm #

          branwen: spot on…

        • Mychal
          Mychal December 5, 2011 at 9:13 pm #

          branwen: good answer…I think i responded to you before when I meant to respond to ryan…

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 9:01 pm #

        ryan: first of all thats not true…you have one woman who refused to acknowledge anything…you have the other who the restaurant association lifted the gag order for as she and her lwyr demanded…and then she refused to make public the information…which shows she and her lwyr were frauds and those putting her up to it were hoping the assoication would refuse so they could use it against Herman…Herman said he didn’t care let them lift the order…of course this is the same woman who lefft the association and filed sexual harassment charges there and along w/ other charges…as for bialek and this latest one what more need be said…anyone that cannot see through them for the liars they are is not interested in truth…not to mention that white lied about the tyson fights which took place 2-3 yrs before they met depending on which fight she was referencing…she lied to on good morning america when she said she had never bee evicted…when in fact the new york times and dozens of other papers reported she had been evicted shortly before the interview and had been evicted several other times w/in the the past two yrs…she was arrested and charged for stalking her former business partner who is reported to be her lesbian lover who has said not once in the supposed 13 yr affair did she ever mention Herman’s name…and there was no mention of Herman fighting stage 4 cancer for nearly 2 yrs…so who’s lying…and and the highly respected veteran newsman Bill Curtis who is not a conservative spoke at length in very critical terms about bialek who worked at cbs chicago while he was still there and before she was fired…

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:42 pm #

      branwen: feel free to respond away…just no vulgarity…

  42. Emily morgan December 3, 2011 at 11:18 pm #

    Our entire family has been sad all day—-we too are in pain—-it is just unbelievable!! Thank you Mychal for this article and biblical worldview–

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:49 pm #

      emily morgan: it was a sad day…

  43. Ryan December 3, 2011 at 11:15 pm #

    Thank goodness the truth has come out about Herman Cain and his deceptive, womanizing ways. Now I just hope that a real conservative will move to the front of the pack.

    • reba December 4, 2011 at 4:18 am #

      Ryan, I think you are wrong, and here is why.

      Watch the interview with Ginger White in it’s entirety on youtube.
      -Notice that the book signings were not made by the same person. The following letters aren’t the same in each: G,g,v,r,b. The signatures don’t match.
      -White says, “I can’t imagine anyone phoning or texting me for the last 2-1/2 years just because.” Why didn’t she say over the last 13 years as alleged by the news story?
      -The phone records don’t show incoming/outgoing, so we don’t know who texted who. It also makes me doubt the validity of the phone records shown.

      Bialeck interview:
      -She was reading her “script” the ENTIRE time.
      -If that terrible thing had happened to her, she would have told her boyfriend all of the details.

      I don’t believe either women.

      • Jan December 4, 2011 at 3:33 pm #

        Awesome Reba!!! That info SHOULD be headline news. Not YouTube, but then again, new media is more often reliable now. A Draft Cain movement? I haven’t believed either woman either. I’m pretty good at determining a liar, and Herman isn’t one.

        • Mychal
          Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:02 pm #

          jan: hey jan…how are you and the family…I see it’s a bit nippy in your neck of the woods…

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 10:46 pm #

        reba: thank you…agreed…

  44. D. Swanson December 3, 2011 at 11:10 pm #

    Mr. Massie,

    There are many things I would like to say but you already said them all. It does my heart good knowing there are many more Conservatives in the Black community. Too bad Cain had to be led to the slaughter by not only the Left, but also the Establishment GOP.
    Very sad day for America.

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:51 pm #

      d. swanson: those who seek to destroy our republic are on both sides of the aisle…

  45. Branwen December 3, 2011 at 10:59 pm #

    Im speechless. Im so angry I dont want to vote for anyone. what a crime that has been done.

    • D. Swanson December 3, 2011 at 11:06 pm #

      Thank you Branwen,

      You just said what I have been telling people all night long. This just made it more likely that Obama may win. And that is a monumental disaster!

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:55 pm #

        d.swanson: that’s exactly what it did…

    • anna zachariah December 5, 2011 at 1:47 pm #

      Yes, a crime and a sin. Angry, disappointed, saddened – by Mr. Cain’s suspension of his campaign. May he return to us; perhaps stronger for these inaccurate, unfounded and untruthful accusations. May God bless Mr. & Mrs. Cain.

      • Mychal
        Mychal December 5, 2011 at 6:09 pm #

        anna zachariah: its tragic…but those types only appear to prosper…their path leads to destruction…and from what we’ve seen neither of those women will amount to more than they are now…

    • Mychal
      Mychal December 5, 2011 at 11:56 pm #

      branwen: you share the emotions of many…

  46. Editor December 3, 2011 at 9:28 pm #

    Deeply saddened by America’s loss.

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