The Tea Party is so racist, especially in the south, that they just helped a black man win the Florida Straw Poll...wait...what? How could the "racist" Tea Party support a black man, if it's all about race?
While you ponder that statement, explain why the same "racist" conservatives (who would eventually form the Tea Party) do their best to defeat John Kerry, Al Gore, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, and Lyndon Johnson, especially because all but Kerry were/are southern white men?
Of course, the Tea Party was never racist, and conservatives never opposed Obama because he was black. Frankly, the people who expect others to support Obama and never criticize him BECAUSE he's black are the racist ones.
Meanwhile, the Tea Party and conservatives in general want candidates who support small government and original Constitutional values. We will happily support a black man or woman, or a white man or woman, or an Asian man or woman, or a purple man or woman or a polka-dotted man or woman (provided he or she is meets the Constitutional requirements for the Presidency) if they have a) experiences that make them qualified to be President (public or private sector experience are both acceptable) and b) good ideas/values for governing.
Herman Cain fits those criteria. He has executive experience running Burger King Corporation and Godfather's Pizza and he has good ideas/values for governing like his 9/9/9 plan.
You know who didn't have experiences who qualified him to be President? Mr. Community Organizer and Vote Present in the Illinois State Senate and U.S. Senate, Barrack Obama. You know who didn't have good ideas/values for governing? Mr. Obamacare, Keynsian Redistributionist, Government Spending can grow the economy Barrack Obama.
Congratulations to Mr. Cain, and thank you. It shows once again how ad homonym and false the "racist" claims against us in the Tea Party continue to be. Also, I may have to change my stock picks on Mr. Cain in my next debate response, as he's apparently now rising to the top.
I'd love to see Mr. Cain run against Obama, if only because it would fly in the face of the "racist Tea Party" claims the Left seems loathe to retract. I've said it before and I'll say it again, I'd love to see Cain on the 2012 GOP ticket. Meanwhile, liberals, drop the "racist" claims. At this point, you just sound like darn fools.