Friday, October 28, 2011

Mainstream media mystified about the success of Herman Cain

    Steve Sailor over on the iSteve blog has such a good, short post that I am just going to steal it in its entirety. His blog can be found on the left side of this page on my blog roll.
What's the secret of Herman Cain?

The NYT has a column quoting various pundits puzzling until their puzzlers are sore over the mystery of Herman Cain's rise to the top of the GOP presidential polls. How can some random corporate executive emerge from nowhere?

It's almost as mysterious as how some random state legislator / part time law school lecturer can rise to the White House in a few years. Maybe Cain and Obama have something in common? It's crazy to think that, I know, but there's something about the two of them that seems similar. But what could it be?

    It's funny how the mainstream media are mystified -- mystified I say -- about these types of things!

Here's the link.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Between Cain and Paul, we have a choice to elect a candidtae that claims there is no need to audit the Federal Reserve, and a candidate that promises that it'll happen, if he is elected POTUS.