I think Herman Cain will be the next President of the United States.
There, I've said it.
I could be wrong--I've been wrong so many times before--but maybe, just maybe, this time I'm right. We'll see.
I was never entirely comfortable with the campaign strategy that Obama would be "America's First Black President," after all, his mother and the grandparents who ended up raising him were decidedly white.
On the other hand, I've always been comfortable with Black Conservatives. They seem more honest, upstanding and forthright. They don't just fall into line politically as many African-Americans have, I personally believe, been taught by the Democrats to do. And they certainly have everything to lose while standing up for their principles.
That's why these two bumpers stickers recently caught my eye:
I believe that the 2012 campaign for President might all boil right down to these two sentiments planted in voters' heads.
The first sticker is a matter of fact. The second a matter of individual opinion.
At some point, all Americans have to hold Obama accountable for what he's done and for what he's left undone. Since he took office, it's been mostly the latter.
With respect to the other black candidate for President, Mr. Cain, there's no doubt that the Liberal media talking heads are out after him in force.
Over the last three weeks, as Cain has risen dramatically in the polls and contention for the nomination, Maddow, Schultz, Matthews and Maher have all been plunging their stilettos of words into Cain's back, again and again.
I love when I can so easily identify who the Left fears the most because that's the Conservative candidate they smear the most with all kinds of allegations that for JFK or Clinton they would easily sweep under the carpet. And right now, they're in overdrive smearing Herman Cain.
Does anybody else see the hypocrisy of Liberals smearing black Conservatives like Clarence Thomas or Herman Cain? Get it?
I believe Herman Cain will weather the Liberal smear onslaught quite well and go on to win the nomination. If that occurs, we'll truly see "who's the racist now?"