“AN EXAMPLE WE SHOULD ALL EMULATE”
by Rook Dunkin, ©2020
(Jul. 30, 2020) — “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to a special edition of ‘The Pulse of the Nation,’ the place to hear it here first. Unfortunately, it is with saddened hearts that we gather at the little church down on Hawthorn Street to mourn the passing and to celebrate the life one of my heroes, Herman Cain. It is indeed a sad time for America, the time when we need Patriots to stand tall and declare the Constitution as the one and only law of the land, a time when Democratic mayors, inept District and Circuit Attorneys and the Teachers’ Union are just adding fuel to the fire, a fire that Barry Soetoro, aka Barack Obama*, and AG Eric Holder started in 2009.
“For those of you attending; for those of you who are watching; and for those of you who are reading the transcript, to say I welcome you to such a sad occasion would be wrong, but to say thank you for sharing your sadness is a good thing. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Rook Dunkin and this is my church where I push the Golden Rule, the message of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
“We celebrate Herman Cain’s life because he was a good man, and that’s the best we can say about any of us. I never met the man and there are few that I wish I had, but I would have been proud to shake his hand and tell him how much I admired him. I’m sure Herman Cain’s legacy will be remembered, after setting an example of life that we should all emulate, long after we’re gone. I think anything else that I can say would be only to repeat what I’ve already said, so please sing along with our choir that will end the service. Thank you and thank you to Herman Cain for being someone to have looked up to.
[*Obama: WHERE’S THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE?]
“Take My Hand, Precious Lord” (4:03)
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.