Friday, August 7, 2020

Remembering Herman Cain

Successful entrepreneur-turned-presidential contender Hermain Cain died today following a lengthy battle with the novel coronavirus. He was 74.

Cain had been critically ill for weeks after being admitted to an Atlanta-area hospital in early July. Besides his presidential ambitions, Cain authored several books on business and was a syndicated columnist for Newsmax.

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A.Olsson
A.Olsson
7 days ago

Such a terrible loss of a brilliant mind at only 74. Americans & the entire world mourn his passing. RIP.

Jojodmonkey
Jojodmonkey
7 days ago

Herman Cain was a great man and did so much for minorities!

Comeda Blackwell
Comeda Blackwell
7 days ago

So Trump killed Cain. You rednecks feel good about that?

Lisa
Lisa
7 days ago

Typical evil liberal comment, god you people are complete garbage. I think you need to be reminded while our great president was closing borders that scum Nancy Pelosi was walking around China town telling people they shouldn’t be afraid of the virus. It’s democrats preventing people from getting the drugs that work just because Trump endorsed it. I hope that all democrats burn in hell for killing people.

David Carpenter
David Carpenter
7 days ago

You are an idiot

Eliot
Eliot
6 days ago

Ignorance will get you nothing, except lifetime welfare and a mail in voting ballot from your party.

Libslayer
Libslayer
6 days ago

Democrat puppet talking for your pacifying massas?

Gordon
Gordon
7 days ago

Herman Cain was a class-act and a success in the business world. His kind are rare and much needed in the world of politics. Rest in peace Herman!

Arch
Arch
7 days ago

You did more good than the vast majority of persons. Rest well soldier, thy task done.

Jo Ann
Jo Ann
7 days ago

What a beloved man ! He should have been President, but I guess God had other plans for him.

Reenie
Reenie
7 days ago

Herman was a level headed Politician and successful business man. He knew how to stay what he thought in a calm way and with respect to both liberals and conservatives. His voice will sadly be missed. Rest In Peace you honorable man.

ARRJAY
ARRJAY
7 days ago

RIP Herman, You are a good man, and a true Patriot.

Florence Haines
Florence Haines
6 days ago

Society has a whole in it with the passing of Herman. He was a great man and a fantastic
talk show host. I will miss him. My heart goes out to his family.

Irene
Irene
6 days ago

Herman Cain was Presidential calibre for certain. The world is poorer and sadder without him. He was a truly good man, an authentic patriot, articulate and loveable. My condolences to his loved ones. I will miss his cheerful outlook. I will never forget him and hope to run into him in Heaven.

Stephen Russell
Stephen Russell
6 days ago

Honoring HC:

Ball, sports field
Business seedbed lab
Idea Center
Hw, Rd, Blvd, St, Ave, Ct,
Arts Center
Events Center
Business school wing.
rename GF Hqs for Herman Cain GF Pizza: GF: Godfathers Pizza
For home state

Eliot
Eliot
6 days ago

Herman Cain was living proof that America is not racist. He achieved the level of success as a black person, to include being a corporate CEO & a solid Presidential candidate, than 99.9 % of white people Americans.
If systemic racism is so rampant in the United States, how did he, and so many other blacks, accomplish such success?????????

Jojodmonkey
Jojodmonkey
6 days ago

Herman Cain is a great man!

Liberal logic? Isn’t that an oxymoron?

Robert
Robert
5 days ago

America lost a great man today. R.I.P. Sir. Thank You, For your Service to America.