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Quote of the Day || November 11, 2011

“Not many people know this, but my 9-9-9 plan cures gastric reflux disease too.”

– Herman Cain

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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18 Responses to Quote of the Day || November 11, 2011

  1. Oh thank you, Mr Cain. Good to know that 9-9-9- helps.
    Today it is 11-11-11. Numerologists say that this is an interesting number sequence, the numbers might mean a new beginning. How about that ?

  2. You won’t believe this but someone from the White House is censoring perfectly reasonable comments on their videos. /s

    When I viewed this new WH video on small business owner’s support for the Job’s Bill, I thought it would be fun to check out their campaign contributions. It took me only a second to post Deborah Carey’s financial support of progressive and the DNC causes. But, alas, my comment went down the memory hole.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpZsVnnfymg

    • Keith won’t do that since he now has a vested interest in the continuing-to-crumble allegations being true. But as the sexual harassment claims continue to fall apart, he’s just going to continue to rip on Cain for superficial reasons to save face.

      • What’s fallen apart? All I see is middle-aged men (Cain, Hannity, Bozell, the mushmouthed lawyer, etc) scorning females and trying to find the ulterior motives. Oh, well–think what you want. I will do the same.

        • What’s fallen apart? The credibility of these women. The veracity of these claims. In Mr. Cain’s 40+ years of being in the private sector, he suddenly only harassed 3 women at the NRA in Chicago? Read Ann Coulter’s latest column and you might reconsider your position.

          And you want to talk about ulterior motives, Star? Look up Gloria Allred, if you will.

          • Ann Coulter is funny sometimes, but not gospel to me. Allred is an opportunist, without a doubt–but that isn’t the point. I don’t have to “look things up,” I am informed. I saw your guy on Cavuto blah-blahing about how it was an agreement, not a settlement, yet he really knew nothing about it. How he waited to comment to see if the women had documentation–if he is pure and clean and sweet what documentaiton could they have had? On and on. I am sick of the sight of this man braying laughter and calling women troubled. I gather you are not–OK…cool…agree to disagree?

          • I agree with you Andrew. There are a few conservative women who have not jumped on the bimbo bandwagon. I have grown to know Mr. Cain over the past few years I’ve been involved in the Tea Party. Although I have never met him personally, he is a man of integrity. Herman Cain’s smartest move was hiring his own high profile lawyer to inform any other “victims” who might want to come forward that they better have something to back up their accusations.