Herman Cain in Macon

Herman Cain will be stopping by the City Club in Macon tomorrow for a fundraiser for Maurice Atkinson, who is running for the County Commission. The event starts at noon and should run about an hour.

9 comments

  1. SpaceyG says:

    Is that the same Herman Cain who wants to be Neal Boortz and lipflap like a whitey soooooo bad, yet at the same time seeks to remain kindasortamaybe The Black Man? UGGGHHHHHHH. Talk about an identity crisis.

  2. Jason Pye says:

    No, it’s the Herman Cain that is one of the nicest guys I’ve ever met.

    Spacey, I love you…but had Erick or Jeff or myself made that statement, we’d never hear the end of it.

  3. Shakin the bush boss says:

    Erick:

    Speaking of GOP folks in GA, thought you might want to know that Karl Rove will be in Atlanta in November to be the closing speaker for the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) Convention being held in Georgia. The event is not open to the public, however members of the GA General Assy will be invited. I understand that this will be one of Rove’s first public events since leaving the White House.
    Details listed below:

    Karl Rove Announced as NACS Show Closing General Session Speaker
    September 18, 2007

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to President George W. Bush Karl Rove will be the Closing General Session speaker for NACS Show 2007 on November 9 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

    Rove will provide insight into the 2008 election campaign, which is kicking into high gear, as well as an insider’s view of the current administration and his 30-plus years in politics and policy. The announcement of Rove as the Closing General Session speaker continues the NACS tradition of presenting the highest level of leaders who provide their insight into national and global affairs. Recent speakers include Rudolph Giuliani, Colin Powell, John Major, Madeleine Albright, Tommy Franks and Bob Dole.

    From 2001 until 2007, Rove served as senior advisor to President Bush, overseeing strategic planning, political affairs, public liaison and intergovernmental affairs at the White House. In 2005, he received the added duties of deputy chief of staff.

    Prior to joining the Bush administration, Rove served as chief strategist for the Bush for President Campaign. From 1981 to1999, he was president of Karl Rove + Company, an Austin, Texas-based public affairs firm. Rove’s clients have included over 75 Republican U.S. Senate, Congressional and gubernatorial candidates in 24 states, as well as the Moderate Party of Sweden.

    Rove previously served as a member of the Board of International Broadcasting, which oversees operations of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty, and served on the board of the McDonald Observatory. Rove also taught at the LBJ School of Public Affairs and in a joint appointment from the Journalism and Government Departments at the University of Texas at Austin

  4. Jace Walden says:

    Is that the same Herman Cain who wants to be Neal Boortz and lipflap like a whitey soooooo bad, yet at the same time seeks to remain kindasortamaybe The Black Man? UGGGHHHHHHH. Talk about an identity crisis.

    Spacey,

    That is the most bigoted piece of garbage I’ve ever read on here…and hell, LINDA used to post on this blog.

    You are apparently opposed to black people thinking for themselves. God forbid one align himself with Republicans and Libertarians.

  5. Doug Deal says:

    Jace,

    I agree.

    Anyway, I just came back from the Cain event, and as always, he was spectacular.

    He gave a ringing endorsement for Maurice Atkinson for Bibb County Comissioner. As a side note, the food was great.

  6. We had a very nice crowd. A lot of notables were in attendance. Herman delivered a powerful speech.

    The City Club is an awesome organization to work with. The food is tremendous and the atmosphere very relaxing.

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