Somewhere, Herman Cain is having this screen-printed on a t-shirt.
Billboards with this misguided message can now be seen in Texas, South Carolina and Ohio. In the same states, you can also find billboards that claim "Martin Luther King, Jr., Was a Republican." These epic failures to communicate are the work of black conservative activist Apostle Claver T. Kamau-Imani, who actually believes that using Ronald Reagan's name is an effective way to promote the Republican Party to black people. Good luck, dog.
If this daily dose of absurdity wasn't enough, and you actually want to further explore Kamau-Imani's delusions of grandeur, check this out. It's a shame when people don't realize that they're making fun of themselves. The GOP has strayed from what it once did for the black community, and we couldn't call Dr. King a Republican either. It's just another misleading misfire from the GOP.
Do you hear that? It's the familiar sound of failure.