Leaders of the Congressional Black Caucus are set to rebuke the president publicly for the lack of diversity in his federal judicial picks. Herman Cain finds this as folly, considering how many other — and bigger — fish are in need of frying these days.
“Why aren’t they complaining about the lack of job growth, the lack of economic growth? Why aren’t they complaining to him or rebuking him for a clear lack of foreign policy, with respect to the countries where we have our men and women in uniform dying for this country — and many of them are not even sure of the mission.”
“Why aren’t they rebuking him for the phony unemployment numbers? Why aren’t they rebuking him for the fact that if you the look at all the major statistics relative to unemployment, people dropping out of the work force, the numbers are nearly double what they are in the national average. Why not rebuke the president on that basis?”