Wednesday, September 28, 2011
I just love the sound and the smell of Republican cannibalism.
In the wake of Gov. Rick Perry’s dreadful debate performance last week in Orlando, the Godfather of pizza, Herman Cain, made this stunning proclamation.
Speaking to CNN, the Republican presidential candidate said he could not support Rick Perry if he is the Republican nominee for president, citing a “basic fundamental difference of opinion” on border security.
“Him being soft on securing the border is one of the reasons. I feel very strongly about the need to secure the border for real, the need to enforce the laws that are already there, the need to promote the path to citizenship that’s already there.”
Cain, who supported Mitt Romney in 2008, said he could support the Romney again if he committed to repeal Obamacare soon after taking office:
“If he stuck to that commitment, I could support him. But if in any way he wanted to compromise and go for a mandate, I couldn’t support him. But I believe that he has backed off that and he’s saying that he would repeal Obamacare.”