Herman Cain just announced that he has dropped out of the 2012 Presidential race due to accusations that he has sexually harassed several women, on top of having a 13-year affair with another.
And while Cain has yet to admit to any of the accusation, he admitted to GQ magazine that he has used quotes from the movie "Pokemon: The Movie 2000" in his speeches. He specifically referred to a debate in Iowa, where he said: "Life can be a challenge, life can seem impossible, but it's never easy when there's so much on the line." He gave the credit for the line to "a poet."
Bloggers immediately picked up on this, recognizing the line from the theme song for the "Pokemon" movie. When questioned by the magazine, Cain admitted: "I believe these words came from the 'Pokemon' movie. It says a lot about where I am -- where I am with my wife and my family, and where we are as a nation."
He added that he first heard the song, by Donna Summer, during the Olympics. "I fell in love with this song, fell in love with how she sang the song and fell in love with the words," said Cain.
WTF that sh*t CRAY (sh*t CRAZY)
for them non SLang motherf*ckers who feel offended when the English Language is ruined by minorites
your 999 plan was so effective too
Johnnybwrites: on December 5th, 2011 at 8:07:02 AM
I think the perfect phrase for every politician and presidential who is charge of their country, it will be better if they use the following:
"You die like a hero, or you live long to see youself become the villain¨
Harvey Dent, The Dark Knight 2008
Perfect for any motherf*cker who thinks he is making good things for their country, only to see itself the main villain of the government against their country!!!!!
Dre-ELwrites: on December 5th, 2011 at 10:59:29 AM
Who cares where or what he quoted. Does the words have any less meaning cause it came from a cartoon?
We all know Cain is a womanizing idiot, dropping out of the rase for him was just a matter of time. I'm surprised it took this long, Bill Mayher was having a field day with him, since he is pure canon fodder for comedians.