Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Herman, how are you going to pander to evangelicals?

“When I contacted the second opinion surgeon, who was a specialist, his name was Dr. Lord, L-O-R-D, I said 'Things are starting to look a little better'…”

“I was given an orientation by a lady whose last name was Grace. I said 'As in Amazing Grace?' She said 'That’s right'...“

“How are you going to do it without cutting me open twice?”
“I’m going to do an incision in the shape of a J”
“You mean like J-E-S-U-S?”
He said, “That’s right!”

C'mon Herman, you can do better than that... at least tell them that you're praying for guidance...

"One question that was asked repeatedly was whether Mr. Cain plans to run for president in 2012. He was noncommittal, but said that he is praying for guidance on the subject."


Just don't tell them about who the people in Nebraska think is the real deity of your faith...

Welcome to the church of Herman Cain.

There are no pews, Bibles or even much talk of God. It's not that sort of ministry.

This is just a businessman from Omaha - dominating a stage set beneath two giant television screens and between two lonely lecterns - preaching to hundreds of Burger King franchisees at their annual convention.

This is more like a traveling salvation show for the business class. The sermon is 100 percent free enterprise. The preacher is chairman of Omaha-based Godfather's Pizza and president of the National Restaurant Association.

Cain Carries Free-Enterprise Campaign Omaha World Herald (Nebraska) November 30, 1997, Sunday,

UPDATE: Please don't tell me you accused others of pandering!!!  HotAir:

But Cain said that the prayerful moments, which were well-received when Bachmann and Pawlenty delivered them yesterday, smacked of candidates trying a little too hard.
“Well, that sounds like the ultimate pander,” he said, dismissively.

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