A couple of days ago, unconventional Republican presidential candidate, Herman Cain played the race card after news broke of his alleged sexual misconduct in the workplace, during his tenure as President of the National Restaurant Association:
KRAUTHAMMER: But does race have any part of that? Establishment, maverick, yes. What about race?CAIN: Relative to the left, I believe race is a bigger driving factor. I don't think it's a driving factor on the right. This is just based upon our speculation." Source
But oh, lookie here… today Cain blames fellow GOPer Perry; who then turns around and blames fellow GOPer Romney. Interesting that as long as these allegations are coming from the left Cain believes “race is a bigger driving factor”, but if the allegations are coming from the right, it's about him not being a "quote/unquote, establishment candidate".
Was the recent attack on Herman Cain’s presidential campaign a professional hit job? Absolutely, says Herman Cain. And he says he knows just where to look for the guy who did it: At 815 Slaters Lane in Alexandria, Virginia, a low-slung former warehouse in the shadow of a coal plant.
There, beside rusting rail lines, is the home of OnMessage Inc., a Republican-leaning consulting firm recently hired to bolster Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s presidential campaign.
"I wouldn't put it past them," he said, stating that blog posts have noted that Cain's successor at the Restaurant Association "is a big Romney donor."
"There are much closer connections between the Restaurant Association, Cain and the Romney camp than there are with us," he said.