Herman Cain Says Some Blacks Aren't 'Savable' on The View
1 year ago
Cain keeps the quotables coming
Granted, he's known for repeating "9-9-9" everywhere he goes, but Herman Cain is becoming quite the quote monster as the GOP presidential race heats up. This morning during an appearance on ABC's The View, Citizen Cain didn't back down from the ladies who were looking forward to challenging his statement that black voters were "brainwashed" into voting for Democrats. Well, not only did he reinforce himself, this time he went as far to say that some blacks have reached the point of no return.
"A lot of black Americans are thinking for themselves," he said. "But the others, they're not savable, they don't event want to hear about my 9-9-9 plan."
The queens of the roundtable also asked Cain how he felt about homosexuality to which he responded, "You show me the science that it's not a choice and I could be persuaded. But right now it's just my belief and your belief."
That's a good one.
Cain is currently tied for second place in approval polls with Rick Perry who has seen his numbers drop drastically over the last few weeks. But he doesn't plan on stopping there. On an appearance on Fox & Friends Cain labeled himself "Black Walnut" in comparison to his "flavor of the week" opponents and said he plans on continue to climb up the polls.