LAME: Herman Cain Drops Out of Race For All-White Federal Reserve Board After Romney and Mainstream Media Attacks

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Godfathers Pizza magnate Herman Cain has dropped out of contention for the all-white Federal Reserve Board after Willard “Mitt” Romney and the mainstream liberal media attacked the tea party tycoon.

Willard jeered and taunted the black businessman, scoffing, “I doubt that will be a nomination. But if it were a nomination, you can bet [what] the interest rates he would be pushing for…If Herman Cain were on the Fed, you’d know the interest rate would soon be 9-9-9.”

Maggie Haberman of the New York Times was clearly not a fan of anti-establishment African-American Herman Cain getting the job.

Here is what the Federal Reserve Board of Governors currently looks like:

I guess brother Herman was just too righteous for the political class, which exposes their true colors — shall we say — when their financial oligarchy is on the line.

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