Wednesday, November 30, 2011

 #3   Honestly Perry, shouldn't you know the voting age or what the Election Date is?
Those of you that will be 21 by Nov. 12th, I ask for your support and your vote," Perry said to a crowd that included college students."Those of you who won't be, just work hard, because you are going to inherit this and you're counting on us to get this right. The idea that you're looking at a $15 trillion debt, that you're looking at entitlement programs that will not be there for you if we continue on this path, is not fair to you and it's not right.”  
Texas Gov. Rick Perry are you sure you're running for President? Cause seriously mister, shouldn't you know the basics. This is for the whole package buddy. Running the biggist most powerful office in the land. But this weeks' stumble, yet again showcases how not qualified you are for the job. This week latest happened when talking to New Hampshire college students, he mistakenly uttered the voting age is 21, instead of 18.  
Wow... Just in case you missed it in school, Mr Perry, but in 1971, the 26th amendment was enacted which lowered the voting age from 21 to 18. And as far Election Day in the United States is the day set by law for the general elections of public officials. And remember voting occurs on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November.  Now don't forget this, cause I think you're going to need all the votes you can get.

Just one man’s opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Here’s an idea whose time has come

Since Occupy WallStreet and its ongoing series of demonstrations began on September 17, 2011 in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City’s Wall Street financial district, the events have gone further then I could have ever dreamed. And it seems to be only scratching the surface. Helping change the national conversation and possibly bringing about the ‘change’ that President Obama spoke about during his initial campaign. While this current uprising is a very American event, it originated Canada and has now become an international phenomenon. 
The Canadian-based Adbusters Foundation, best known for its advertisement-free magazine Adbusters, in a July 13, 2011 blog post, proposed a peaceful occupation of Wall Street to protest corporate influence on democracy, the absence of legal repercussions for the bankers behind the recent global financial crisis., and a growing disparity in wealth. They hoped to combine the 2011 protests in Tahrir Square with the consensus decision making of the 2011 Spanish protests.  
In the age of the twitter and Facebook, revolutions seem to be popping up daily everywhere. How refreshing to watch it happen in the United States,  and for a 60s baby its been quite and exciting experience watching people fight for what they believe. Listening to both sides of the story. Hearing the B.S. on FOX, listening to the confused on why are these people blocking our way. Why its important. And then the traveling demonstrations began. Visiting the 1%’s homes. Clogging Wall Street. 
Well isn’t it time for the demonstrations to bug the real problems in our country. Why doesn’t the demonstrators, Occupy Congress. That’s right, why don’t hundred’s, if not thousands surround the Congress and the Senate till they actually sign some bills into law. A couple of jobs bills, a couple tax the rich bills. Lets make Washington sweat.

Anyone interested here’s the link to their official site...
Occupy WallStreet  The revolution continues worldwide!

Just one man’s opinion.
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011

Monday, November 28, 2011

Perhaps now he’ll go back into deep freeze
Herman Cain released his new ‘9-9-9 The Movie - Slaying the Tax Monster’ five minute explanation of how his controversial ‘9-9-9’ works. But it comes off as a cheap imitation of a classic moment in a wonderful Steven Spielberg motion picture. Within seconds Jurassic Park immediately came to mind as the ad began playing. The cartoon that was showcased near the beginning of Jurassic Park, that explains how the island came to be. I never thought I’d use the names of Spielberg and Cain in the same statement [perhaps his biggest disappointment, 1941 might stir a memory], but while watching Herman Cain’s latest attempt at explaining his inane reworking of our tax code at least this time I got a good chuckle out of his cartoon. 
While the 5 minute info-commercial is a very humorous and charming it really doesn’t answer any of the questions that the experts have been asking since Cain’s plan was first trumpeted out. It merely showcases how cute and simplistic the idea is.
So of course the biggest question Mr. Cain is who really came up with the concept ‘9-9-9’. The fact that popular culture has now entered the political game while not surprising surely adds a new wrinkle to this campaign season. While simplistic enough that its possible it’s all your’s, the plan goes against every tax experts opinion.  Since you’ve announced that you’re not a tax expert, even if you came up with the idea, how do you know you are right and everyone is wrong when you are the novice... not the expert. Which seems to be the M.O. of all the republican candidates. Screw the facts, as long as I believe wholeheartedly in what I’m saying, all is right with the world.
Is this how you are gonna run all your policies. Let see all your experts say don’t drop the bomb. And you say, but I know best, BOOM.. sounds too much like ‘Dr. Strangelove’ for my taste.

Here’s an article I highly recommend. Wanna read more, please check out the link below.

Herman Cain Tax Plan Gets Renewed Focus With ‘9-9-9 The Movie’

Just one man’s opinion.
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Monday, Nov. 28, 2011

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

I understand that your program is supposed 
to be entertaining, but this was just mean.

Now thanks to you I actually have to agree with Glen Beck for the first time. Thanks a lot. I pride myself in always have a brain [as opposed to Mr. Beck], but your ‘joke’ on Michelle Bachman was honestly rude. Having the band play the song “Lyin’ Ass Bitch,” when Michelle Bachmann walked on your set Monday night was just plain mean..
Now if you had orchrastrated this with her knowledge and made it a sketch, if she was in on the joke then no problem, But, Jimmy instead you basically played a juvenile prank on her at her expense. Not very nice. Believe me I for one have no love for her political games and bigoted lies. Her obvious not ready for prime time talents. But when you welcome her on to your show, she’s your guest, not a set-up for a joke. I didn’t realize your program has turned into ‘Punked’ and you’re the new ‘Ashton’.  Instead you should have had the gag ready if she then said something obnoxious, then play the song.  

Just one man’s opinion.
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011

Well, Ron Paul you’ve just jumped to the top 
of the heap 
You can at least let sick people have marijuana because it’s helpful,” Paul said. “But the compassionate conservatives say, well we can’t do this, we’re going to put people who are sick and dying with cancer and are being helped with marijuana if they have multiple sclerosis -- the federal government is going in there and overriding state laws and putting people like that in prison.
At last night’s CNN FP Debate, Ron Paul did something that no other Republican or most major democratic politicians will do, announce his support for medical marijuana, insisting that marijuana laws should be set by the states and not by the federal government. “You can at least let sick people have marijuana because it’s helpful,” Ron said, “Why don’t we handle the drugs like we handle alcohol?” He continued. “Alcohol’s a deadly drug. The real deadly drugs are the prescription drugs, they kill more people than the illegal drugs.” He also said “I think the federal war on drugs is a total failure,” and then “The drug war is out of control,” he added. “I fear the drug war, because it undermines our civil liberties, it magnifies our problems on the borders --we spent like over the last 40 years a trillion dollars on this war and, believe me, the kids can still get the drugs. It just hasn’t worked.

Pretty intelligent Mr. Paul. Actually gives me faith that at least somebody in your party has half a brain and a little common sense.
Just one man’s opinion.
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Train of Thought  #1 
Your first of the campaign. Congrats
Now I must preface this train of thought by admitting my bestowing of said Gold Star was contingent upon reading just one article this morning on But all it takes is one nudge for my mind to go off on a tangent. so this award to Mr. Gingrich might be a little early. That said -- it got me on a roll, enjoy:

Here’s an article I highly recommend. Wanna read more, please check out the link below.
Gingrich: ‘I Was Wrong.. Why Don’t You Recognize That You’re Wrong Too?’
“WASHINGTON - Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich took a subtle shot at primary frontrunner Mitt Romney on Monday, arguing that health care mandates lead to “socialized medicine” regardless of whether they’re implemented by the federal or state government.
But last week, Gingrich said he had erred in favoring the idea during an interview with conservative radio talk show host Mark Levin. During the interview, Gingrich revisited his response to Romney in an Oct. 18 debate when Romney deflected a Gingrich attack on his health care plan by saying he got the idea for a mandate from Gingrich.
“If I’d been clever I would have said yes Mitt, and I was wrong and why don’t you recognize that you’re wrong too?” Gingrich said.”
Mr Gingrich the problem with saying you were wrong is, for me, a joke. I know man is doomed to repeat his mistakes or whatever that old expression is, but you the so-called historian keep changing history. I’m sorry, all of your lyrical talking points sound quite intelligent [and unlike your political adversaries, actually at least seem to be in the realm of reality]. And your suggestions now seem just as wrong as they were running Congress. Facts are facts sir. And you were wrong then, almost shutting down the government approximately 16 years ago. And you still wrong now. Having an entire party or at least the loudest and most powerful members in it beholden to an outside source [Grover Norquist] is wrong for all the obvious legal or at least unethical reasons. Being allowed unlimited, unknown campaign funding is wrong, today. Just as crucifying President Clinton for receiving a blow job at the same time that you were having an affair while still married was not just wrong, but also a little skivvy. Saying comments which sound a lot like you want to rid us of child labor or minimum wage laws is wrong now, just as it was wrong before the bills didn’t exist. Wrong, wrong, wrong.
Just because you sound like you know what you are talking about Mr. Gingrich doesn’t mean you know what you are talking about. 
While its refreshing to learn that you can admit you were wrong. Since most of your kind seem very proud of their perfection. Their never wavering feeling that even against all scientific, medical and expert knowledge, that they are always correct. That if we disagree with them, that we, the unbelievers were simply wrong, deranged, or worse “un-American” illegals. 
So thanks Newt for showing us, for at least letting us know that you can be wrong. That you are actually a human being. Now perhaps you can show a little compassion for all the unemployed, all the homeless. Even all the protesters who need to go take a shower. You certainly have another human trait, arrogance when it comes to those items. Now let us all look back at all the other wrong things you pitched, promoted and sold over the course of your experiences. Now we get to see how many times you were ever even close to being right. Let’s see what the historical facts reveal about Newt’s beliefs and opinions.
That’s one big Gold Star in your column. That’s your first of the campaign. Congratulations.

Just one man’s opinion.
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011

Monday, November 21, 2011

 #2   Wanting to rid us of ‘Child Labor Laws’
“It is tragic what we do in the poorest neighborhoods, entrapping children in, first of all, child laws, which are truly stupid --”  
We heard all this talk earlier before the campaign officially began. Republicans announcing to the world that one of the policies they’d like to get rid of was minimum wage, especially for the young. “Its time to rid the world of child labor laws.” It would help others be able to get jobs.  Heck kids don’t need an eduation. They can stay in poverty for their entire lives. I guess if they do, they’ll die younger. Help with population growth. And since you’re low balling their salaries, why not let them get sick too, cause we know you can’t afford heath care for your workers. You need the surplus in your books so that the CEO’s can get their million dollar bonuses. And your stock holders will smile. Its so sad, slavery was abolished wasn’t is.

Here’s an article I highly recommend. Wanna read more, please check out the link below.
Newt Gingrich: Child Labor Laws Are ‘Stupid’

Just one man’s opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Monday, Nov. 21, 2011

Friday, November 18, 2011

You were bad Governor and now its been 
proven in court  
Shame on you Ms. Brewer. Since you got into power you’ve down nothing but bad things for your state. Every time you are in the news its about some way you are trying to make life worse instead of better for the citizens of Arizona. From illegal aliens who are beheading people or being beheaded. To simple justice your policies are simply wrong. And I for one can not wait to you disappear from the public scene.
But your latest attempt at stopping democracy in its steps is a true gage on what you plan to do in Arizona. Trying to fire someone for just doing their job because you disagree with her suggestions is a major no-no. But firing the Independent Congressman who was just doing what she was elected to do is probably illegal.
Here’s a brief backstory. Governor Jan Brewer called the Senate into a special session to dismiss Colleen Coyle Mathis as the redistricting chairwoman. The Republican-controlled Senate voted to remove Mathis, the only independent on the five-member committee. Then they fired her. Explaining that what they did was improper, Ms. Mathis decided she needed to fight this. Obtained counsel.
But then Ms. Brewer tried to use political power to remove her legal counsel. Since she wasn’t an employee of the state anymore, Ms. Brewer explained, the state was not obliged to pay for her defense. Nice move Governor. Take that democracy.
Well yesterday, Governor Brewer was smacked silly when The Arizona Supreme Court, overturned Ms. Brewer’s decision to oust the chairwoman of the state’s independent redistricting commission. The Arizona Republic reported that the court found that Brewer’s removal of Colleen Coyle Mathis did not meet state constitution guidelines. And thank goodness they did. This years class of republicans in the halls of congress have been trying to disenfranchise voters rights as citizens of our country. And in one big swoop the Arizona Supreme Court has stopped another step in that process. Trying to stop redistricting, altering the voting process is not kosher. And definitely un-American.
Just one man’s opinion

© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Friday, Nov. 18, 2011

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

IN MY HEAD---”   
Talk about your ‘Oops’ moment
Yesterday during an interview with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel editorial board, Herman Cain’s mind had had enough. He was asked one question too many. It seems all the knowledge that he was trying to cram into his brains had reached its capacity.  And then splat his ’Oops’ moment occurred.
While trying to answer a question about Libya, his response will now be remembered as the real ending of his campaign: 
Okay, Libya,” -- “President Obama supported the uprising, correct? President Obama called for the removal of [Muammar] Gaddafi. Just wanted to make sure we’re talking about the same thing before I say, ‘Yes, I agreed. No, I didn’t agree,’”   “I do not agree with the way he handled it for the following reason,” -- “Nope, that’s a different one.” “I got all this stuff twirling around in my head,” --
Whoops... it actually made Perry look like a genius. I’m actually surprized he didn’t start singing. I mean I was kind of getting that idea when he kept repeating his 9-9-9 mantra and his ‘oranges & apples’ comparison. And he kept saying that details were coming. As if he hadn’t been givebn his script to memorize yet. But after a debate a few weeks ago, it finally clicked why he’s become so popular with all the so-called Republican or undecided voters.  Afterwards they asked the old southern whites in the crowd who they liked. The consensus was Cain.  
As Ophra would say, my ‘lightbulb’ went off. I got it. And the omething about him that bothered the heck out of me finally became clear. You see Cain is the funny idiotic ‘blackie’ whose entertained them all their lives. His use of the jovial black man fulfilled every white racist dream. Here was the opposite of who was sitting in the Oval office. Obama talks like a white man. He’s uppity he doesn’t know his place. Instead of sitting at the back of the bus, he has his own, and his is ‘Oh my God’...  Big, Long and Black.  As opposed to Cain who jokes about electrifying illegal Aliens. He sings hymms. Cain’s been using the playbook of ... ‘Boom boom’ Freddie Washington, JJ ‘Dynamite’ Walker, Redd Foxx and Stepem Fetchet. He knows how to fall in Line. He’s a good ‘colored’ American. And if there’s one thing I like least is racist humor.
Disregarding the past two weeks of ‘possible’ Moral problems with his character, that is more his word against theirs. But yesterdays ‘Oops’ moment truly showcased why Herman isn’t ready to even run a city, let alone our country. Obviously he’s being helped with his agenda. Whom ever his’ secret’ handlers are (yes secret), failed to prep him enough for his interview. I guess Libya was next. I mean after Michelle’s screw-up about Libya a few weeks back, I figured all the candidates would have brushed up on their geography, bad Herman.
So another republican pretender has been revealed to be not up to the job... Next. 
Just one man’s opinion

© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011

Sunday, November 13, 2011

What are they crazy. Haven’t they learned that 
lesson yet?

I'm sitting here shaking at what I just watched on television. FAREED ZAKARIA was on CNN, so I turned up the volume and was I was not happy listening to a discussion about ‘A Preventive Strike’ on Iran. A what? Yes, they were discussing starting a new war. 
On today’s CNN today [Sunday, afternoon November 13, 2011]On FAREED ZAKARIA GPS, I watched him [with two talking heads] discuss why going to war with Iran is a good idea. We are finally getting out of ‘Juniors’ Wars’ and these morans, these talking heads. These so-called experts are discussing getting into yet another war
Haven’t enough young men and women die already over false assumptions! Well haven’t they? Having we wasted enough money on the wrong things. Haven’t we learned the hard way not to jump into the fire without all the facts. Well haven’t we?
I’m sorry, but another ‘Preemptive War’ in not an option. Heck why don’t we just blow up the entire world. Take out a few Nuclear weapons and send them out as early Christmas presents. Somehow we’d survive. And then we could make the rest of the world our oyster. Lets just rid the world of all our enemies. We’d have all the oil in the land. We would be the world. We are America, we must lead from the front. 
We are the greatest country in the history of the world. Might as well spend yet another trillion dollars. Heck our bridges, schools and infrastructures don’t need fixing. Once the rest of the world is ours, then we can fix America. Then we’d be the shining star on the hill. Heck what are all our soldiers going to do, at home. There’s no jobs. Might as well just send them on another deployment. Coming home, forget-about-it. Lets ship them back to start another charade. Lets watch our country fall completely over the abyss.
When will people ever learn. Hasn’t President Obama’s successful foreign policy showcased why we shouldn’t attack before its necessary. Hasn’t his patient process proven victorius. Just because you have a feeling, or it could actually be in their plans, doesn’t mean you should send us into another never-ending debacle.   
So before you start discussing this possibility on the air. Sending out the idea, perhaps you should think what you are presenting to the world. Cause before you know it, the concept I listened today. Will be the reality we live in. 
Just one man’s opinion

© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011

Saturday, November 12, 2011

 #1  Hearing the ‘voice’ of God!
“--when I finally realized that it was God saying that this is what I needed to do --”
I’m sorry, if you are hearing ‘voices’ Herman, even if you think you are listening to God himself... you shouldn’t be seeking the White House. Perhaps the men in the White Suits should be seeking you. A little nutty sounding there Mister Cain. Maybe you had one too many slices of Pizza. Perhaps the stress of the campaign is getting to you. Hmm, the attack on your morals have gotten you a little jumpy.  I mean your jovial mood has certainly gotten a little... .

Here’s an article I highly recommend. Wanna read more, please check out the link below.
Herman Cain: God Convinced Me To Run For President
Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain says that God told him to run for president, National Journal reports.
“I prayed and prayed and prayed,” Cain told about 100 members of the Georgia Young Republicans in Atlanta on Saturday. “I’m a man of faith, I had to do a lot of praying for this one, more praying than I’d ever done before in my life. And when I finally realized that it was God saying that this is what I needed to do, I was like Moses. ‘You’ve got the wrong man, Lord. Are you sure?’”   

Thursday, November 10, 2011

The thud heard round the World

How not to answer a question. Really I mean, Mr. Perry at first I actually thought you were making a joke. Like Romney's year’s of marriage laugh riot. But then I watched with amazement at the Black Hole in your brain as nothing came to your thoughts. You blanked. This is something that only happens in movies. But this movie was real, and it was happening to someone running for the White House. In a debate no less. The perfect reality television. What a moment. Yes, finally a reason to tell people why they should watch these debates. I mean, how can you touch this? 
"It's three government agencies when I get there that are gone: Commerce, Education and the um, what's the third one there. Let's see," which was followed by "The third agency of government," then "I would do away with the education, the um, Commerce, and let's see. I can't think of the third one. I can't. Sorry. Strike One. Oops.
Oops is right. Strike One.Then afterwards, you tried to make light of it. But again never answered the question. Mr. Perry you had every news camera on you, especially after your big screw-up. Now you are the news. You could’ve then answered the question, simply by going  “Oh, but about that third agency--” and then list a few options. Make a joke of it. As if you really did know, and forgot. But instead this is how you explained yourself. 
Yeah I stepped in it man. Yeah it was embarrassing. Of course it was," "But here's what's more important. People understand that our principles, our conservative principles, are what matter."
Our principles? Our? Whose our? Do you mean us the American citizens. Do you mean yourself, and your Conservative principles. So now you’re a plural? Maybe you count your hair as a second individual? Strike Two.
And now the day after the Oops heard round the world, you spent a lot of time on the tube trying to fix the damage. And sadly trying, badly. Truly showcasing why you’re not up the challenge. These are some of your of what you said on the air.
"I stepped in it last night. But I think I'm kind of like most Americans and there are so many agencies of government that they'd like to forget, that the Department of Energy was one of those," he said on NBC's "Today." He added, "I'm human like everyone else."
Sorry Mr. Perry, if you’re running for President you need to be better then "I'm human like everyone else." You need to be quick on your feet. I actually had a flashback of President Bush Jr., Sitting in the classroom holding the book looking totally lost after hearing about the attacks on 911. That is the look I saw on your face. Oops. Then you laughingly tried to turn your debate debacle to your advantage, by trying to make President Obama look bad by saying. 
"We've got a debater-in-chief right now, and you gotta ask yourself: 'How's that working out for America?'" On CNN's "American Morning."  'How's that working out for America?'" Actually Mr. Perry, I think its working out quite well. Just two words, Bin Laden. Top that. 
And as for insulting President Obama because you are inept at debating. Grow up. What are you twelve.   
You repeated your now mantra on CNN  "I may not be the best debater, the slickest politician on that stage," then on ABC's "Good Morning America," you said, voters "know that there's not a perfect candidate that's been made yet, I'm kind of proof positive of that.Voters "know that there's not a perfect candidate that's been made yet, I'm kind of proof positive of that.
Boy are you proof of it. You are permanently the cover boy for inept debaters. So congratulations you have now become an historic person. You are now in the record books. Oops. Strike Three
Yeah, a President who can think on his feet isn't what we need. Really Perry? We need a dumber version of George W Bush back running the show. And after possibly the worst 8 years of a Presidency in our history we really want the sequel?  Another George running our country into the ground. Well do we? In baseball terms, three strikes and your out. In boxing we got yourself a TKO. The answer which officially put your foot in your mouth, probably ended any real chance you have of getting the nomination.   
 Just one man's opinion. 

© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Yesterdays vote sends a major signal to the republicans, and hopefully the democrats

So now we officially know what our citizens want. Thats what election days are for. Poll after poll showed that ‘we the people’ did not want our politicians playing games with our lives. But your never-ending speeches and your talking heads kept telling us not only what we wanted, but also what needed to fix our economy. You told us that you’ve spoken to countless citizens who agreed with you (of course these folks have never been interviewed anywhere). At the same time you kept giving tax breaks to the wealthy. You screamed to the heavens that the only way to fix the situation was to end Collective Bargaining, decrease any and all benefits if possible, and of course end abortion. Even though a woman’s body has nothing to do with the reasons behind our financial breakdown. 
Even when all the experts said you were wrong, you screamed, that they were wrong. That unless we passed your measures the bottom would fall out.    
Well guess what,  it seems you weren’t listening to the people. And the people weren’t happy. So in one swift move, the people have spoken. Voting down the republican party’s big plans to derail unions, immigration laws and abortions. As well as a host of other obnoxious items that either haven’t come up for a vote yet, or are simply too radical to touch at this time.
The sad thing in all this is, in a time where money is real tight and our politicians fight to try to balance their budgets, get new programs enacted and setting goals for our future; we had to spend a fortune to fix a mess that wasn’t necessary in the first place. If instead of trying to destroy things, the time and energy could have been spent on fixing things.  The good in this, is that by attempting to alter our country, the republicans have awoken the sleeping giant. The American people have seen our future and weren’t too pleased. And when the people get angry. ‘We the people’ get angry.  So personally I can’t wait for the next election day. Me thinks Washington will feel a seismic jolt and our Obama’s second term will be very exciting to experience.

Just one man’s opinion

© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Monday, November 9, 2011

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Well if I wasn’t watching Herman Cain’s chances of becoming President dissolve...  I wouldn’t believe it. How ironic, how sad, how funny. But, better now then later.

SHARON BIALEK the 4th accuser of Herman Cain, came out this week to tell her story. Yes, she claims that Herman Cain, approached her and offered his services sexually.  He of course denies any and all accusations. Claiming its a LYNCH MOB, blaming everyone but himself for the allegations. Its simply because he’s Black.  
'It’s another hi-tech lynching, just like Clarence Thomas had to deal with when he was up for the Supreme Court'. How funny that they’ve been trying this crap with Obama for years, but nothing sticks. Throwing everything at him but the kitchen sink.
Ironically Ms. Bialek turns out to be a very attractive blonde women. Its ironic that a campaign which was built on racism. Yes, racism has been shot down by the oldest racism game in the land. A black man attacked a blonde woman. [Where have we heard this one before]. Not since 1987, when Gary Hart’s campaign was derailed by another beautiful woman, Donna Rice, has a blonde had so much sway in presidential politics.
The truth, who knows. Perception in this case is more important then the truth. Even if Mr. Cain is innocent, the way he’s tried to weasel out of the conversation makes him look guilty.  Throwing the old racist commentary when it suits him. It also makes us ponder how he will handle a real emergency. Will he be like Bush Jr. and look lost. Or will he be like President Obama who seems like the grown up in the room.
I brought up racism in Cain’s case, because since day one in his unusual campaign we’ve been getting played a motivational speaker who sold pizza for a living. Who likes to sing. Here we have a candidate with no real experience running for political office. Screaming racist charges against everyone, throwing any possible excuse out and hoping that instead of simply telling what happened, blame others. We would forget. The American people have very short attention spans. Really short attention spans. Oh really.
But sorry Herman, not that short. Something must have happened. If you were bad, just come out and admit the truth. If, no biggie, what’s the big deal. Haven’t we all learned from Clinton’s "I did not have sexual relations with that woman." It almost finished his Presidency. And you’re not even in office. Remember you are now running with the big boys, for the Presidency. 
We’ve discovered the hard way how important it is to have a person in charge who can handle everything that comes his way. If you can’t answer this question, how in the heck are you gonna be able to run our country. One of the great thing about President Obama’s election was that it finally proved that in our great country, anyone could be President. And how lucky we all are that the first President of color, actually is a great representation of the best that we can be. The bad thing of course, is that not everyone has the intelligence and talents of President Obama. 
Anne Coulter came out with one of her patented asinine statements. "Our blacks are so much better than their blacks," she said, speaking of Democrats. "To become a black Republican, you don't just roll into it. You're not going with the flow...and that's why we have very impressive blacks in the Republican party."
I’m sorry Anne, ‘impressive’ isn’t in the conversation. And a pizza selling, song and dance man, really? Surely they can do better then him. 

Just one man's opinion.