BILLINGSGATE POST: Yesterday before members of the Congressional Black Caucus, President Barack Obama declared that he was not worried about having to run against Cain if Mr. Cain were selected to represent the Republican Party in 2012.
"He's too black to be elected president," read the President. "This ain't some Banana Republic," he said as he shifted his eyes from left to right, following the Teleprompter as easily as a baby switching thumbs to suck.
Cain, whose skin is at least two shades darker than Obama, recently suggested that Obama was a liar, and if he doesn't wish to be called one, he should stop lying.
"Folks don't care how dark I am as long as I ain't one of them Muslims like Barack Hussein Obama," he added.
"I don't consider myself an African American. I am an American who happens to be black."
ADDENDUM: Recent polls have shown Herman Cain to be leading Romney and Perry since the last debate. And with Herman's straight from the hip delivery resonating more and more with Americans looking for a president who can lead us out of the present economic morass, the possibility of seeing the greatest black heavyweight fight since Ali and Frazier sends chills through the hearts of both liberals and conservatives.