Saturday, October 29, 2011

Conrad Black Endorses Herman Cain

Good Lordy of the Hot Crossed Buns. I see Conrad Black has gone looking for Ronald Reagan.

And found the Lord of Godfather Pizza Herman Cain.

Herman Cain is a self-made African-American, well-educated, keyed to opportunity and not victimhood, a successful fast-food executive and management buy-out financier, and former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. He is a likeable and even stirring speaker, though slightly unserious at times, and he has transformed the race with his advocacy of a 9-9-9 tax (a 9% tax on each of personal income, corporate income and retail sales).

The American public is so (justifiably) disgusted with its political leadership — executive and legislative — that Cain’s lack of political experience could be a political plus point.

But why I ask? It can't be his 9-9-9 tax proposal, because Connie is an intelligent man and even he must know that's RIDICULOUS. 

And it can't be the Godfather pizza, because apparently it SUCKS.

“It’s the most unappetizing,” said Nellis after just one bite. “The cheese is really sour! The crust is like a sponge.”

So I can only conclude it's because Cain is such a "stirring" speaker...

Baked Potato moths ??????

OMG. What are they feeding poor Connie in jail? Stop it I tell you !!!!!

Golly. Do you think I could order one of those spongey pizzas and have it delivered to the penitentiary? I would you know.

But what would I say if the evil warden told me, like he told Cool Hand Luke, "What we have here is a failure to COMMUNICATE?"

Answer: tell that to Connie.

The Godfather for President.



Jim Parrett said...

Conrad Black may as well just come out and say it: Herman Cain speaks well for a black man. The rest of the field are idiots and Cain is the lesser idiot.

Simon said...

hi Jymn...I'm sure Connie likes Cain because he's anti-abortion and because of that ridiculously regressive tax plan.
But some of the statements Cain makes are so bizarre I find the whole thing hugely amusing...