Cainthology: Songs In The Key Of Cain, by Tim Heidecker

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22 Responses to “Cainthology: Songs In The Key Of Cain, by Tim Heidecker”

  1. travis says:

    I like the songs I heard from this already mainly because they explain the true heroism and bravery of such an esteemed business man and political leader as we have in our great and eloquent Herm Cain. Vote 4 Herm 20’12!

    • thepoliticalcat says:

      Yah, right. I can tell you right now, any man who has daughters, sisters, a wife or girfriend(s), is probably not going to vote for this serial groper. What a disgusting man. SIX women have alleged harassment and THREE witnesses have spoken up. NINE people. And his only defense is, “Well, what about all the thousands of women I DIDN’T grope?”

      That’s gonna work, Spermin’ Herman.

      • travis says:

        You know what. I thought about it and I think you’re right. I mean, I know that Hermban Cain has touched us in so many ways. But no, you are right…

      • jansob says:

        SIX women have alleged harassment
        -at least two if whom JUST HAPPEN to have close ties to the Obama campaign, and none of which have provided any actual details…and all out of Chicago, when he’s worked all over the country. Gee, why could I have guessed that it would be Chicago?

         THOUSANDS of people claim that Obama is a Kenyan, but that doesn’t make it true. Nor does bolding the number make it any more or less believable.

        This would never pass the smell test if party affiliation were reversed. Just imagine if this had happened to Obama at the same time in his first campaign…it wouldn’t have made page 20, much less been a headline. The press would simply have done a John Edwards and refused to look into it. But a very popular black conservative….he’s a monster!

  2. Crispinus211 says:

    I love the Omenesque “999″ lurking above the title.

  3. thepoliticalcat says:

    I feel a song coming on, travis.

  4. gijoel says:

    You know I just realized that if you turn 999 upside down it reads 666. Herman Cain is the anti-christ, if only I hadn’t laughed at those left behind novels.

  5. jansob says:

    Wow, when a Democratic president is accused of these things (I’m not talking about Monica, but all the others), it’s ignored and excused…when a popular  black conservative is accused (by a woman who hugged him onstage two weeks ago and by two people who just happen to work for Obama), it’s open season on this “disgusting predator”. So much for Presumed innocence..

    Herman Cain is not presidential material, but he is a remarkable man with a remarkable story. Sad to see him tarred with the old “sexually aggressive black man” trope. Because you are all doing with the intention of it sticking to him forever whether or not it’s true.

    And let’s face it, if this were a Democratic presidential hopeful, you would all be claiming it was a Republican hit job (Anthony Wiener, John Edwards) until something was actually proven.

    Revolting.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      And let’s face it, if this were a Democratic presidential hopeful, you would all be claiming it was a Republican hit job (Anthony Wiener, John Edwards) until something was actually proven.

      That’s patently untrue. BB rips holes in Democrats all the time. The fact that you only notice things that support your story is a malfunction in your filter.

    • Stephen T says:

      Yeah, those Democrats sure ignored Wiener (who was never a “Presidential hopeful”). Edwards totally got away with his issues, its not like he lost all support and dropped out of the race or anything. Just because Democrats didn’t boo a woman for asking a man about Sexual Harassment allegations DURING A DEBATE does not mean we ignored it. Its just that the Democratic party isn’t completely filled by old, angry, white men, who obsess over the “good ol times” of the 50s, when they could still physically assault minorities.

      “All the others”? Who are you talking about? You act as if every single Democratic President has been accused of harassing women. When you make a outrageous claim (a stupid one) like you made, you cannot just say “all the others” Kennedy? His was talked about later, because during his time, unfortunately sexual harassment wasn’t taken seriously. But don’t let facts and historical perspective get in the way of making a terrible and misinformed attempt at a “point”.

      You know what else is funny? Conservatives constantly whine about how Progressives “play the race card” and that was the first thing that Cain and other conservatives did. Not a surprise considering they always think the rules apply to everyone but themselves, but still ironic.

      • Kirk says:

        “Its just that the Democratic party isn’t completely filled by old, angry, white men, who obsess over the “good ol times” of the 50s, when they could still physically assault minorities.”

        “When you make a OUTRAGEOUS CLAIM (a stupid one) like you made…”

        Your lack of self-awareness is astonishing.

    • krampus_claus says:

      HERPITY DERPITY. That’s what I hear when conservatives play the race card while claiming to hate those who play the race card.

  6. nuschu says:

    I think it is more likely that his fellow Republicans would push for these accusations to come out. The Democrats’ interests are served by having the craziest Republican candidates, not to mention, the time to release this would have been after Cain was actually running against Obama, not before.  At this point, Mitt Romney just has to wait for the other candidates to out crazy each other long enough for him to pick up nod.

  7. Blue Funnies says:

    “100% of proceeds benefit a nonprofit that treats victims of sexual assault.”
    Class act, Heidecker. Class act.

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