Cain Talks Libya, Pulls A Perry

Tyler Durden's picture

So in the Perry aftermath, is everyone now going for the sympathy "I am just as big an idiot as Dubya" card, or are all Republican candidates seriously insane and/or raving, deranged lunatics? Will it seriously be that difficult to give Ron Paul a full body botox, cut off his frontal lobe, have him grope several women, promise to bomb someone or something, execute a few hundred illegal immigrants, and see him gain 200 extra pounds? Because if that is what it will take to make him "appeal" to the general Joe Sixpack, so be it: if America ends up with one of these other muppets it is doomed. Doomed.

For more on this latest caught on video travesty read here.

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SGS's picture

"I have all this stuff twirling around in my head."  HAHAHAHAHAH

A Man without Qualities's picture

that line's a classic.  When I said it, I imagined those little birds you get in the cartoons when the character gets hit over the head.

Pladizow's picture

Avoid this Noid!

I would'nt even buy a pizza covered in Gubmnt cheese from this guy.

America has become a joke!


FEDbuster's picture

Sharp as a rubber spatula.

Comay Mierda's picture

As much as I think cain is a tool, I admit he understands the marketing principle of "keep it simple stupid" better than all the other candidates. 9 9 9 is so simple a three year old can repeat it.

Paul is the best one of the bunch by far, but he is too smart for joe sixpack. He needs to learn to really simplify his message in a way that a three year old can repeat it. Because sadly the american intelligence has become like that of a three year old

williambanzai7's picture

I just dialed 999-9999 and Cain picked up.

phyuckyiu's picture

William Banzai supported the uprising, correct? Um, no - that's a different one. Let's see, I've got to go back to the beginning of chutes and ladders, see. I've got all these dice swirling around in my head.

i-dog's picture

They're all having trouble remembering their prepared lines and scripted positions on each talking point! LOL ... to be an actor, you must have a good memory.

The fluoride is getting to them too. LOL ... poetic!

Who in their right mind would vote in the [soon to be cancelled anyway] next election?!

Yamaha's picture

JC - stupid is as stupid does...............

Yamaha's picture

As Dad said "sharp as a marble"!

c'mon man's picture

Takes him an hour and a half to watch 60 minutes...

fourchan's picture

a real man could admit obama was right, not sending in troops, and letting nato

take the lions share of the action with a very satisfactory result. cain is shit

caerus's picture

"some people want to say well as president you're supposed to know you don't!"

logically possible's picture

some people want to say well as president you're supposed to know "something"...No he does not! This is GW all over again. Where does America find these candidates?

ffart's picture

Herman Cain = America's affirmative action hire

funthea's picture

Actually, that card was already pulled the last election.

ffart's picture

Damn, good point. I'm going to have to throw all these bumper stickers away now.

SGS's picture

CHANGE? Yes we can!

Manthong's picture

If we could just get Ron Paul to start screwing around with Lady GaGa, we might be able to swing enough Obama voters into his camp.

FEDbuster's picture

At least if he had a fling with Gaga (hard to picture), he would get more than 89 seconds to speak in a 90 minute debate.

trav7777's picture


Cui Bono's picture

Kang: We must move forward... not backwards, not to the side, not forwards, but always whirling, whirling, whirling towards freedom.

Holy shit.... I posted this in the Caption contest because of the tentacles but it fits even better here.......JFC!

tarsubil's picture

They tried to mock the process so much with that episode and it becomes more true everyday.

ghengis86's picture

Don't blame me, I voted for Kodos

Bananamerican's picture

the actual Simpson's quote says "twirling, twirling twirling", so no, it's dead balls on target...

you have to admit that cain is a 1st class bullshitter though, truly adept, but yes, we have clearly devolved as a "people"....The Clenis had some synaptic activity but W. was the 1st full on "lights out" president...we turned the corner there into "idiocracy"

philipat's picture

Voices in my head? Be afraid, be very afraid.

Albertarocks's picture

"I have all this stuff twirling around in my head."  HAHAHAHAHAH

It's called sawdust.

Coke and Hookers's picture

How the fuck can clinically retarded people become billionaires? A president I can understand but a successful businessman? Can someone explain that to me?

fajensen's picture

"Understand your customers" - nuff said.

Carlyle Groupie's picture

Not really.

We need more AA's running for president. Yo yo yo. The commander in chief needs serious street creds to be considered as a threat.

We needs peoples who be talking da peoples talk and walking da peoples walk. Niggas straight up and serious!

Word. You don kneed no edjabacation. You not need to speak the kings engwish. You just need to be freely and highly manipulable by chosen peps lobby.

AdahPrice's picture

Do people sit down at their computers, log onto the internet, and then practice being stupid?  How does that affect them in their work, in their families, and in their thoughts?  Doesn't acting stupid make you stupid?

AdahPrice's picture

Momma always said, "stupid is as stupid does".

Night Owl Trader's picture

Ron White says "You can't fix stupid".

Carlyle Groupie's picture

"and then practice being stupid?"

Practice!? I don't need no stinking practice! Bitchez.

Deadpool's picture

doomed no matter what.

FEDbuster's picture

"Hasten the Collapse, Obama 2012"  will replace my "Restore America, Ron Paul 2012" bumpersticker after the GOP convention.

bank guy in Brussels's picture

Here's an eloquent black American leader who did not hesitate on Obama and Libya ... Barack Obama's former supporter, America's most well-known Muslim preacher, Louis Farrakhan:

Amazing intensity here, especially the few seconds starting about 4:30 ... the lead-in to when Farrakhan shouts:

« That's a MURDERER in the White House! Who will say It? I will! Because I have a POWER behind me that is bringing America to judgement as we speak ... »

Minister Farrakhan: "That's A Murderer In The White House!"

john39's picture

that is the difference between speaking the truth, and spouting canned lies that someone is feeding to an actor...    

Savyindallas's picture

Farrakhan  -a 21st century black Patrick Henry. 

I'm White and Farrakhan's Right!--

Everybodys All American's picture

Crazy Louie is no Patrick Henry ... try Benedict Arnold and I'm sure being white don't make it right.

AdahPrice's picture

There is no similarity between Louis Farrakan and Benedict Arnold.  There is a similarity between Louis Farrakan and Patrick Henry, because Patrick Henry was an orator and crusader.  Benedict Arnold was just a soldier, and though he was a pretty good fighter, he was a very bad soldier, because when he didn't get the promotion he thought he deserved, he betrayed his fellow soldiers to the enemy, abandoning his post and giving it to the enemy, in a move which, had it succeeded, might have given the enemy the war.  Again, there is no similarity between Louis Farrakan and Benedict Arnold.  Before you pull names out of history and use them, please read their history.

Everybodys All American's picture

You are clueless about what Mr. Farrakan and the Nation of Islam advocate. My history is fine ... how is your reading comprehension.

AdahPrice's picture

You have made no argument.

My cluelessness is not an argument.

My lack of reading comprehension is not an argument.

Again, comparing Farrakan to Arnold is arguing that Farrakan was in a position to give the country to a declared enemy, and used that position in an attempt to do so.  The fact is that Farrakan has never been in such a position.  Therefore, your comparison of Farrakan to Arnold is an obvious failure.  If you go around saying things like that to people who are not clueless and who have good reading comprehension, you will embarrass them and yourself.  Better to take the time to find a good comparison.  There is always a good comparison if you dig deep enough.

Everybodys All American's picture

Never meant to be literal but I'm good with the comparison.

Considered by many to be a former (and by some, a present) competitor to Malcolm X, Farrakhan made numerous incendiary statements about him, contributing to what was called a "climate of vilification".[6] This may have contributed to what ultimately led to the assassination of Malcolm X at a time when he was beginning to distance himself from the NOI after his hajj to Mecca.[6] Three men from a Newark, New Jersey, NOI mosque were convicted of the killing and served prison sentences.[citation needed] Farrakhan was the keynote speaker at the Newark temple the same day that Malcolm X was assassinated.

We don't give a damn about no white man law if you attack what we love. And frankly, it ain't none of your business. What do you got to say about it? Did you teach Malcolm? Did you make Malcolm? Did you clean up Malcolm? Did you put Malcolm out before the world? Was Malcolm your traitor or ours? And if we dealt with him like a nation deals with a traitor, what the hell business is it of yours? You just shut your mouth, and stay out of it. Because in the future, we gonna become a nation. And a nation gotta be able to deal with traitors and cutthroats and turncoats. The white man deals with his. The Jews deal with theirs.[38][39][40]

In a 60 Minutes interview that aired during May 2000, Farrakhan stated that some of the things he said may have led to the assassination of Malcolm X. "I may have been complicit in words that I spoke", he said. "I acknowledge that and regret that any word that I have said caused the loss of life of a human being."[43] A few days later Farrakhan denied that he "ordered the assassination" of Malcolm X, although he again acknowledged that he "created the atmosphere that ultimately led to Malcolm X's assassination."[44]

This is where you say well played homes.

AdahPrice's picture

Thank you, Everybody's All...  Now I have a need to go back and watch the movie "Malcolm X" again, and a reason to read more.

Optimusprime's picture

Arnold is an interesting case.  Before you buy into the "MSM"/American patriot narrative, you might wish to read some of Kenneth Roberts' well-researched novels dealing with him. 


Arnold was virtually the sole US commander responsible for the victory at Saratoga, which redically changed the course of the struggle.  He was indeed a "good fighter" as you put it.


But he feared the consequences of the French alliance.  Perhaps he should have been more worried about the eventual British alliance.  Cecil Rhodes, WWI (Balfour declaration, Brandeis appointment, Wilson stupidity, suicide of the West, etc).