Skip to comments.Herman Cain to Harry Belafonte: I Left the Plantation a Long Time Ago [VIDEO]
Posted on 10/11/2011 8:20:28 AM PDT by bimboeruption
Herman Cain responded to the attacks by far left pro-Castro activist Harry Belafonte tonight on Hannity: "I left the plantation a long time ago."
Our group, the Mansfield North Central Ohio Tea Party, http://www.bloodofpatriots.org, is going to see Cain on Thursday, 10-13, in Circleville, Ohio. We are taking a bus. Anyone from north central Ohio wanting to go, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are going to find out more about him.
Shoot from the hip Mr. Cain! No more P.C. crap for us!
Like one of the comments says, “The left has nothing if they don’t have racism which is why they invoke it so often.”
The black community would be in for a shock if they were presented with two black presidents. One that failed in his “what can your country do for you” approach and one who said, “what can you do for your country?”
It is refreshing to see black Americans standing up to race-baiters and calling them out. Because for a white person to do such a thing, would be racist.
I LOVE when he gives it to the libs. It’s wonderful hearing the truth.
If only more in the GOP were “Cains” instead of “McCains.”
You gotta love Cain. He takes these race hustlers head on. No mealy mouth political answer most would give. It is about time there was a prominent Conservative from the black community that defended their ideals forcefully. Let’s be honest, having a Calypso singer and a radical College Prof slamming a CEO of a nationwide company is joke.
That’s exactly why I think Cain is the only one who can win against Obama.
He will be speaking with Ken Blackwell, former Ohio Sec. of State. Blackwell would have been a MUCH BETTER governor than that little snot Kasich, IMHO.
Belafonte considers Cain a bad apple? Successful, respectable, responsible, intelligent, prosperous, independent and self-supporting. That’s a bad apple?!? IO guess if walked around with his butt hanging out calling women bitches and hos he would be a paragon. Or a community organizer who is somebody that helps folks get more handouts.
“...having a Calypso singer...slamming a CEO of a nationwide company is joke.”
Daylight come and me wan’ go home
Daylight come and me wan’ go home
Agreed, the great thing about Cain is, he’s not a politician. I love him hammering away at the idiots on the left.
Thank God Michael Jackson’s dead...can you imagine his comments?
I’m starting to like Cain a lot, and he’s raising the bar for the other GOP candidates. All better than what we have, but if he makes them better, so be it.
Belafonte is still stuck on the banana boat.
You go Cain! Fight fire with fire. You will earn the respect of many conservatives.
Other famous musicians & singers are for Cain, check it out: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Artists-Raising-Cain/237067059675371?sk=wall
When I hear someone on the Left say republicans are the racist party I want to scream “Its a damn lie”
The First Blacks In Congress Were All Republicans
United States Senate
Hiram Rhodes Revels (1822-1901); Republican Mississippi; 1870-1871
Blanche Bruce (1841-1898); Republican Mississippi; 1875-1881
House of Representatives
John Willis Menard (1838-1893); Republican - Louisiana; 1868
Joseph Rainey (1832-1887); Republican - South Carolina; 1870-1879
Jefferson F. Long (1836-1901); Republican Georgia; 1870-1871
Robert C. De Large (1842-1874); Republican - South Carolina; 1871-1873
Robert B. Elliott (1842-1884); Republican - South Carolina; 1871-1874
Benjamin S. Turner (1825-1894); Republican Alabama; 1871-1873
Josiah T. Walls (1842-1905); Republican Florida; 1871-1873, 1873-1875, 1875-1876
Richard H. Cain (1825-1887); Republican - South Carolina; 1873-1875, 1877-1879
John R. Lynch (1847-1939); Republican Mississippi; 1873-1877, 1882-1883
James T. Rapier (1837-1883); Republican Alabama; 1873-1875
Alonzo J. Ransier (1834-1882); Republican - South Carolina; 1873-1875
Jeremiah Haralson (1846-1916); Republican - Alabama; 1875-1877
John Adams Hyman (1840-1891); Republican - North Carolina; 1875-1877
Charles E. Nash (1844-1913); Republican Louisiana; 1875-1877
Robert Smalls (1839-1915); Republican - South Carolina; 1875-1879, 1882-1883, 1884-1887
James E. OHara (1844-1905); Republican - North Carolina; 1883-1887
Henry P. Cheatham (1857-1935); Republican - North Carolina; 1889-1893
John Mercer Langston (1829-1897); Republican Virginia; 1890-1891
Thomas E. Miller(1849-193); Republican - South Carolina; 1890-1891
George W. Murray (1853-1926); Republican - South Carolina; 1893-1895, 1896-1897
George Henry White (1852-1918); Republican - North Carolina; 1897-1901
The Democrats did not elect their first black American to the U.S. House until 1935, and he was from the North. The Southern Democrats waited until 1973. The First Black Senator was not until 1993.
If you remember please reply to me with a general feel of his stop. Number of people, enthusiasm, etc. thanks
How about Caim/Palin. That way, I could just cross out the “Mc” and recycle my old bumber stickers. :)
"Dey old! Dey ey ey old.
Daylight come and he won't go home."
Don’t forget Edward Brooke, Republican Senator from Massachusetts from 1966-78.
The exact quote: “I left the DEMOCRATIC plantation a long time ago.”