Oct 9, 2011

Uncle Herman Cain is hot on his GOP presidential campaign bid. This time his campaign led him to State of the Union with Candy Crowley. During the interview, Candy pressed him on institutionalize racism and how it affects the black community.

And here's what Uncle Herman had to say:

“I don’t believe there is racism in this country today that holds anybody back in a big way. Is there some… are there some elements of racism? Yes. It gets back to, if we don’t grow this economy, that is a ripple effect for every economic level, and because blacks are more disproportionately unemployed, they get hit the worst when economic policies don’t work. That’s where it starts. Grow this economy and it’s going to help everybody get jobs and to get back in the workforce.”

See didn't I tell you it would only be a matter of time before Uncle Herman redeemed himself after conservatives accused him of playing the 'Race Card' against Rick Perry. I told you he'll be back to throwing black people under the bus faster than you could say, 'Uncle Tom.' Bless his heart. He would have won even more points had he said something about reverse racism being a bigger issue. Honey, that would have endeared him to the conservative base.



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