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Herman Cain: Only the Muslims not ‘trying to kill us’ should be in government

By Eric W. Dolan
Monday, June 13th, 2011 -- 9:58 pm 27Share
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain clarified his stance on appointing Muslims to government positions during CNN's New Hampshire GOP debate on Monday.

The former CEO of Godfather's Pizza had previously told ThinkProgress that he would not be comfortable appointing a Muslim to his White House cabinet or as a federal judge, because there was a "creeping attempt" to "ease Sharia law and the Muslim faith into our government."

"You have peaceful Muslims, then you have militant Muslims, those that are trying to kill us," Cain said Monday. "I was thinking about the ones that were trying to kill us."

He added that people who work for the government should be committed to the U.S. Constitution and would need to interview any Muslim before appointing them.

"It's not a litmus test," Cain said. "It's making sure we have people committed to the Constitution first in order for them to work effectively in the administration."

Definitely the the guy to vote for

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Molly

Jun 15 @ 3:38PM  
I think he's right
somnium

Jun 15 @ 5:49PM  
I think he's right too and I like the way he expresses himself! He has quite a business management resume and what most all politicians don't have: (oh the horror of it all)- common sense!!! Having said all that, most know I have nothing but contempt for politicians- so for me to even comment on a political figure, is hard to do actually!


Wordsofwit

Jun 15 @ 7:57PM  
I may be talking out my ass here, but In evaluating that debate the candidates were targeting their message to the hard core republicans... the far right, tea party people, and Rush Limbaugh followers. Those are the core fervent supporters, but in so doing the price they that pay is in turning off the moderates. Those are the people that will decide the 2012 election.

This election will be very much based upon bread and butter issues, IT IS THE ECONOMY STUPID. But who has plan? I don't see one from other party. Based upon the course of the economy and lack of solutions to fix it, I see a very disgruntled public preferring to say "none of the above" and voting for the lesser of two evils as they see no candidate that they can believe in.
Wordsofwit

Jun 15 @ 8:18PM  
You know, all of these people say what should not be done, but really don't provide any concrete solutions to the economic morass:

Quoting the Beatles:

You say you got a real solution
Well, you know
We'd all love to see the plan
StraddleMyNose

Jun 15 @ 8:41PM  
You know, all of these people say what should not be done, but really don't provide any concrete solutions to the economic morass:

Quoting the Beatles:

You say you got a real solution
Well, you know
We'd all love to see the plan
As I recall, you and others voted for the man of "hope and change" (back in '08), the man without any concrete plans other than destroying our economy in my opinion.

I feel that anyone would be better than the idiot that's currently in the white house.
40DWM

Jun 15 @ 8:52PM  
Green Thangy for the above comment.

Yeah...how's that whole W.T.F. Hope and changy HELPING this country??

There are mainstream Conservatives, and RINO Republicans. We've seen the damage the left wing RINO's can do.

I'd be one of the first in line, to VOTE for, Mr. Cain, as opposed to Barry.
Wordsofwit

Jun 15 @ 9:02PM  
destroying our economy in my opinion.

Well, it is a global economy so I cannot credit Obama. But the stock market has done well since he took office. Now, I admit that growth in the stock market does not translate into jobs for Americans. The reason for this extends to global economy.

I assure you that I can explain it but elect not to waste my time on this site. I can say that it does have a slight "trickle down" benefit as Reagan's supply side economics purported. The problem is, "slight".
RevDocLove

Jun 15 @ 9:42PM  
Actually I sshould have tagged this as satire..To me what he said and how he said it shows a Palinesque example of idiocy

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