Wednesday, November 30, 2011

America’s Assassination of Herman Cain

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

I recall some time ago living in a country that prided itself on justice. Not phony “social justice” but real, actual "unmodified" justice.
I can’t find that country any more.

What’s happening to Herman Cain not only runs against our system of justice, but also against every concept of common human decency. Which, apparently, is no longer common.

The slanderous accusations, accompanied by zero proof, and with no factual basis behind any of them, are held up by the murderous  media like twisted keys to the Kingdom of Obamanation.

The drama and hysteria surrounding each accusation against Herman Cain is the kind of liberal tantrum that brought us the union invasion of Madison, Wisconsin, the communist OWS astroturf, and that also ran Palin out of contention. It’s also straight of Alinsky’s playbook. You recall Saul Alinsky, the Marxist agitator whose teachings fed the brain of…..Obama.
  • ·         The end justifies the means.
  • ·         Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it and polarize it.
Those that stand by and complicitly observe this public assassination are just as guilty as those perpetrating it. Those who are calling for a Cain resignation have absolutely forsaken the foundational concept of our justice system. That concept is the principle “innocent until proven guilty" beyond a reasonable doubt. It is not "guilt by volume of complaints." 

The marxist media and Democrats also understand Alinsky’s concept, “Power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have.” If we think they have power, they do. If we refuse to grant them that power, they are powerless. So far we have shrunken silently from any confrontation with the shrieking Marxist machine that, bit firmly in teeth, is hell-bent on destroying this country.

We do not have the luxury of time to watch silently any longer.

If We The People stand idly by and allow this satanic, sadistic assassination of a man of good standing —a presidential candidate—then we also participate in this assassination. We would deserve justice meted out against us as we have allowed it against Cain—guilty! Guilty! Guilty! Of unfeeling complacency and inert indecency. Of caring more for TV and football than defense of justice. Of abandoning the very quality that used to define Americans: just

If We The People allow Cain to be slain in this battle, we lose more than another excellent candidate: we lose the election, and the country. Fight for justice. Defend Herman Cain’s right to presumption of innocence. Otherwise you participate in his assassination. The stakes could not be higher. 

1 comment:

  1. Yes you are right BUT part of the responsibility is Cain's. He should have answered the charges at the beginning. Made a joke of it. Even if some of it were true a response like "I'm fallible and my wife and I love each other."
    I haven't heard anything he did that makes him anything worse than a jerk if ANY of it is true.
    If we wait until we get a candidate who has never "messed around" we will be waiting a long time.
    He should have called these women out.
    I'll still support him but I'm afraid he has lost the nomination.


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