Former presidential candidate Herman Cain and conservative commentator Ken Blackwell have joined forces for a video attacking Attorney General Eric Holder for his positions on voter I.D. laws.
The video, set to a military drum soundtrack and laden with civil rights-era imagery, features Blackwell and Cain taking turns slamming Holder.
“I’m Herman Cain, and I’m concerned about Eric Holder, our Attorney General,” Cain says. “Why did the Department of Justice dismiss voter intimidation charges against the Black Panthers, King Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson? Why?”
“Why is Eric Holder demanding that Florida stop removing illegal voters from their rolls?” Blackwell asks, before a brief moment of banter:
Cain: Elections should never be about color.
Blackwell: Unless it’s purple.
Cain: Now purple is a very nice color.
Blackwell: Yes it is.
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