Herman Cain wears the greatest color combinations. He is not only snazzy, but hilarious! One thing we can use is dashing tailoring and humor in the Whitehouse.

Maybe we should stop calling it "The Whitehouse" anyway with all its off-color history- wasn't that just a slap in the face to the red man and the black man to begin with? Whitehouse, Whitehall, White Castle Burgers. It's all the same intent.

Since a Constitutional scholar, someone formally trained for a U.S. Presidency, has not been able to harness the antics of his adversaries, why not try a former President of the National Restaurant Association? Restaurant is a tough business and the big bosses are guys who make mincemeat out of beaners and boners, guys who eat graham crackers chopped up in milk for breakfast. They work endlessly- nights and holidays. It is impossible for them to ever stop thinking about their work.

I look forward to debates between President Obama and Herman Cain. I'll laugh so much, my sides will ache, my heart will go pitty-pat- Isn't that better than spending one's time assessing which guy will actually do what he says, only to be let down worse than a Miami Dolphins fan?

I'd rather be entertained than mentally tortured by my Whitehouse.

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See the pre-quel, White Men In Yellow Ties

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Vlperez's picture
Vlperez 4 years 14 weeks ago
#1

Spoken like a true lefty. If the blackman in the whitehouse right now doesn't care why should it be an issue. What a ridiculous topic. Maybe pro round people should protest the pentagon because of its shape. Get over the race issue and bring up a viable subject. My ancestors where almost wiped out after coulombus discovered my little island. Way before slavery. We got over it.

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leighmf 4 years 14 weeks ago
#2

I don't think you're over anything, except over the top.

Once again you get an "F" for reading comprehension.

Obviously you've never been in for a Prescriptives "color typing." I bet you think Whitehall is a nursing home.

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Vlperez 4 years 14 weeks ago
#3

And you get an F forthinking we are to stupid to read between the lines of you post.

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Laborisgood 4 years 14 weeks ago
#4

Excellent work Leigh.

leighmf's picture
leighmf 4 years 14 weeks ago
#5

Because I labored for my "A" in pre-sagement and "A" in the art of inserting what is read between the lines by a variety of readers.

Zenzoe 4 years 14 weeks ago
#6

I'm with you, Leigh. Given the sad choice between a flagrant bastard and a phony, I'll take the flagrant bastard —especially if he's funny, whether intentionally so or not— every time. I actually miss Mr. Bush, especially the mannerisms. God he could be hilarious. Genius.

As for Herman, I couldn't say. Being a snazzy dresser isn't enough for me, though a dapper hat can send me 'round the bend. If he's funny, I haven't noticed yet. Some major sleaze seems to be going on in there, somehow.

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