Herman Cain: Obama's scrubbing Christian heritage 'intentional'
Businessman Herman Cain, a possible Republican presidential candidate in 2012, has criticized Barack Obama for disregarding America's Christian heritage, stating he believes the president's repeated omission of the phrase "endowed by their Creator" is "intentional."
"I have been able to get the pulse of the American people of not only what's in their head but what's in their heart," Cain told CBN News Correspondent David Brody in an interview. "What's in their heart is they love this country. They love the values upon which this country was founded, and they don't like it when the president omits 'endowed by their Creator' from reciting the Declaration of Independence."
Brody asked Cain, "Do you believe that was intentional by the president?"
"I believe it was intentional because he did it three times, two of which I know about, and a friend of mine actually knows of a third one," Cain...
One of the things about Herman Cain that appeals to me is that he isn't a politician, and therefore says things that aren't customary. He strikes me as very real.
Check out this humorous cartoon which uses Obama's own voice, spoken by him, to make the case that he's ill prepared to lead a capitalist society. The cartoon uses Obama's recent (and desperate?) raffle to have dinner with him as a plot device to put him in contact with a perfect foil, who eventually decides that Obama is so hopelessly clueless that she is going to vote for Herman Cain.
It's pretty funny and it also serves to highlight the differences in worldview (at least in terms of business and the economy) between somebody like Herman Cain and Mr. Obama. I found it illuminating.