Comments: Black voters in GA starting to look at GOP courtesy of Herman Cain

Having Cain as my senator would be awesome.

He is the far better choice in this election. I'm glad he is finally getting some national attention. I only wish he could have gotten some bigger national names to come down and campaign for him.

I'd rather keep Miller than have any of the other two candidates in there.

Posted by CD at July 17, 2004 11:41 AM

GASP!!!!

He's in a Black church?
Campaigning?
Why, isn't that illegal?

TAKE THE CHURCHES NON-PROFIT STATUS!!!!!!

Written tongue in cheek.

Posted by DarkStar at July 17, 2004 11:49 AM

The AJC had a howler in today's edition (or at least, this morning is when I first saw it online). They're spinning that Cain isn't having success getting into a runoff with Isakson because the latest poll shows Isakson with 46 percent.

Yup. To the AJC, 46% is the majority needed to avoid a runoff. But I can believe it's close -- today my mailbox was stuffed with last-minute negative materials from Isakson slamming Herman Cain.

I am so looking forward to Tuesday night.

Posted by McGehee at July 17, 2004 04:09 PM

Never thought black conservatives were "boogiemen". I think that the current message told to black folks concerning "getting rights and respect" is outdated and needs to modified. And if that means the NAACP gotta go to get there, so be it.

Posted by S-Train at July 18, 2004 03:43 AM

Sounds like he should be given one of the primetime slots at the Republican convention.

Posted by Lola Lee at July 18, 2004 03:05 PM

Here are a few more questions Cain didn't dare ask the black church congregations:

1) Do you believe health care should be a right?

2) Do you believe that your bank account money should remain federally insured (meaning if your bank pulls an Enron, you won't lose all your money)?

3) Do you believe any qualified young man or woman should be able to go to college regardless of his/her family's income?

4)Do you believe in appointing judges who would allow states to chip away at civil rights and civil liberties because the majority of their constituents wants them chipped away?

Sorry Herman, the African-American community believes in progressive values, not your "keep me rich at the expense of the working class" policies.

Posted by Kevin at August 6, 2004 05:41 PM
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