Herman Cain

Is Ben Carson The Herman Cain Of 2016 For The GOP?
The CPAC crowd seems as enamored of Dr. Ben Carson as they were of Hermain Cain four years ago. Read more...
Jon Stewart Slams Fox For Shaming Food Stamp Recipients
Jon Stewarts has a new slogan for Fox: "We read the chain mails your grandma gets in her inbox out loud like they were true." Read more...
Herman Cain Might Rejoin The GOP Clown-Car In 2016
The Republican clown-car a.k.a known as their list of potential presidential candidates for 2016 just got a little more crowded this Tuesday. Read more...
Stupid Right-Wing Tweets: Herman Cain Edition
Recent studies have shown that the United States lags behind other developing countries <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/03/17/social-immobility-climbin_n_501788.html">in social mobility </a>-- what is often known as the "American Dream." And it's particularly hard to go from rags to riches<a href="http://crooksandliars.com/blue-texan/social-mobility-much-more-difficult-red"> in the Red States</a>. Read more...
John Oliver Begs Trump To Get Into 2016 Presidential Primary
After opening up The Daily Show with a reminder that it's way too early for the media to be discussing the 2016 presidential primaries, guest host John Oliver was still more than willing to beg at least one Republican to join the GOP "clown car" again -- Donald Trump. Read more...

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MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry had a few words of advice for the right-wing nominee for lieutenant governor in Virginia, who doesn't seem capable of stopping himself from sabotaging the GOP's chances at the top of the ticket in his state's upcoming election. Read more...
Televangelist Pat Robertson on Thursday misquoted the founder of Planned Parenthood to make a false connection between the abortion provider, Adolf Hitler and African-American "genocide." Read more...
Fox continued its war on poor people by hyping Herman Cain’s attack on food stamp users as "abusers" looking for "free stuff." Read more...
Failed presidential candidate Herman Cain told Bill O'Reilly the 51 percent of Americans who voted for President Obama in the last election have a "severe ignorance problem." Read more...
It's easy to forget, in light of his clownishness, that Herman "7-7-7" Cain was once leading the GOP presidential field, but he was. And what I love about this SRWT is that it undermines pretty much every single conservative argument against Read more...