Herman Cain, fugitive slave

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December 5, 2011
The Libertarian Enterprise
by L. Neil Smith  
Posted in Commentary

"I don't write about race very often, because it's unimportant to me. But allow me to preface this by admitting I never liked Herman Cain. Not as a presidential candidate. It had nothing to do with his color, of course. I can think instantly of three black men (Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell, and Richard Boddie) who would make excellent candidates, and Cain, for all his mercantilist baggage, would have made a better President than that crypto-Democrat Mitt Romney, or America's answer to Benito Mussolini, Il Douchebag himself, Newt Gingrich." (12/05/11)


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