Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Is Herman Cain's Drama All Politics???


What's a political race without some juicy drama... A presidential race at that. Republican Herman Cain is the candidate favored to run against Obama for President. A black man vs a black man, to run the country... who would have thought. Anyway Herman Cain has been under fire as of late, for having affairs outside of his marriage. So who is the new Monica Lewinsky wanna be??? Her name is Ginger White. A fitting name for a "jump-off" lol. Miss White is claiming that she had a 13 year affair with Mr. Cain and knew of his marriage. A perfect time to break your silence when you know your "sugar daddy" is a presidential candidate. Supposedly Miss White is under financial hardship and is being evicted from her home... pretty much broke. Cain caught wind of the accusations and is strongly denying what he calls "lies." Is this a chess move by Cain to gain more exposure for the presidential race or is Miss White looking to get paid???  Check out the videos...

7 comments:

  1. Cain need all the help he can get to beat Obama

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  2. Obama is back in over this clown... Obama for 4 more should be the new slogan

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  3. This lady is looking to make a dollar... U messed with Herman for 13 years and didnt say nothing!!! Child please!!!

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  4. @Peacan Rican I agree, why would you wait until now to come out about the affair... great info im just saying

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  5. Ginger want to be in the White House... She feel like she paid her dues lol

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  6. This candidate just doesnt seem official

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  7. I'm wondering why so many people are questioning her intentions for coming out...yet not commenting on D*ck Dastardly and his trifling ways. According to Ms. White the only reason she has come forward is because someone else had gone to the media to sell the story so she decided to come forward. As far as Mr. Cain is concerned he has admitted to helping her financially but claims that they were "just friends". Now if I were to take a poll on the number of men that would pay "not to play" I'm sure the percentage would be less than 1%.#imjustsaying

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