Tagged Herman Cain

Newt Gingrich

Newt is here to stay

I’m sure that we will be discussing and debating this on WUPRadio tomorrow evening at 6:30 pm on KWUR, but former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is here to stay at the front of the GOP pack. I’m sure my liberal¬†colleagues will argue that Gingrich is just the next flavor of the month, but…


You Might Feel A Pinch

After Herman Cain was accused of sexual harassment, his poll numbers rose and his campaign was flooded with donations. Although voters appreciated his lechery, they were ultimately drawn to somebody with more experience. The Republican party opened its trench coat and unveiled its new flavor of the month, Newt Gingrich. Gingrich claims that he will…

Another One Bites the Dust

I am sure many of you have seen this, yet another GOP memory lapse, but if you haven’t, please do so. Then proceed to assume the fetal position in the face of such terrifying ineptitude in the potential President of the United States. Herman Cain appeals to many Republican voters because of his no-(non)sense 9-9-9…

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Has the Cain Train Derailed?

The Herman Cain campaign enters this week facing a veritable, fully-fledged political catastrophe. And no, I’m not referring to Chief of Staff (and cigarette connoisseur) Mark Block’s bizarre smoking web ad. I’m talking about Sunday night’s POLITICO report revealing that two female employees received financial settlements after accusing Cain of inappropriate behavior when he was…

GOP Field Comes Into Focus

With only eight months to go until the Iowa caucuses, the Republican field still isn’t set in stone. Most of the major potential candidates, however, have declared their intent. Here’s a snapshot of where the field currently stands, complete with notes on each candidate. Officially Running Tim Pawlenty – Former governor of Minnesota has executive…

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