Colin Delany December 2, 2011

“Women for Cain” Site Launches, With Stock Photos and No Irony

Some days I do love this gig! This morning, Republican Presidential wannabe Herman Cain showed off his ways with The Ladies. No, not THOSE ways, these ways:

Women for Cain

“Women For Cain” is an online national fellowship of women dedicated to helping elect Herman Cain as the next President of the United States.

Mr. Cain has been a strong advocate for women throughout his lifetime, defending and promoting the issues of quality health care, family, education, equality in the workplace and many other concerns so important to American women.

Gloria Cain is the National Chairperson for “Women for Cain” and is the very special woman who Mr. Cain devoted his life to many years ago. Mr. Cain and Gloria celebrated their 43rd wedding anniversary earlier this year. The couple has two children and three grandchildren and a legacy of family, friends, and community and church involvement.

“Women For Cain” was formed to inspire a national women’s alliance in support of Herman Cain 2012 and Friends of Herman Cain.

I love how he’s put these ideals into practice! Clearly, “you want a job, right?” is code for “equality in the workplace,” with a little dash of “community involvement” thrown in for flavor. I’m sure a “national women’s alliance” could easily be assembled for Herman Cain — if its job were to run him out of town on a rail. Though the women posting on the site so far do have his back (Cain would likely let them have the rest if they were a “friend in need“).

Also note the site’s excellent stock photograph, which has of course run in plenty of other places online. “Women for Cain” is BEGGING for the collective genius of the internet to “reinvent” it….

cpd

2 Comments:

  1. Pingback: Herman Cain launches 'Women For Hermain Cain' site...no, really | Digital Politico

  2. Joe Flood

    The use of stock photos invalidates the idea that there are actual women for Cain. Because if women supported him, you’d use their pictures, instead of generic people, right?

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