by Javier Manjarres
Potential Presidential candidate Herman Cain traveled to South Florida to address a group of Tea Party faithful that were eager to hear his tried and true conservative message of fiscal discipline and individual responsibility. During his address to those assembled, Cain recalled a question that was recently asked of him that inquired as to whether or not he thought he could follow President Obama and win the Presidency considering the fact that he is also black.
Cain called out the mainstream media as being ‘afraid’ to cover his candidacy because of their alleged fear to see him go toe-to-toe with President Obama. Cain also explained why that the ‘liberal mainstream media’ has relentlessly tried to smear Governor Sarah Palin and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann because of their fear that either of these two women would take a big portion of the female vote in 2012 if they were to decide to run for the Presidency. Mr. Cain finished by stating that “they (the mainstream media) are doubly scared that a real black man may run against Barack Obama.”a