Yes, he does...however I disagree 100% of him responding well to the critique and its the critique that will be used against him a fair bit. He's got a lot of achievements on a personal and professional level...however he's a rookie when it comes to the political arena. He's an undrafted Free Agent coming in saying he should be paid like Peyton Manning because he was really good at Rugby and its a similar type of sport.Also Herman Cain has much more experience than a CEO of a pizza company. He responds to the critique quite well, and mention the dozens of achievements in his life.
Obama's relevant "management" experience...which really the Obama administration should LAUGH at such a use right off the bat anyways, being an executive of a government is not equivilent ot "management" experience which sounds as much like something Joe the manager at Home Depot has as it does what the POTUS should have...may've been less than Cain's. Its absolutely not now with Obama actually having experience on the job itself. And again, Obama and Herman Cain are equal when it comes to Executive experience with regards to running government...Zero. However Obama had significantly more, and that's something, political experience than Cain did taking 2008 Obama and he's got leaps and bounds more now.Both of them are hypocrites, but what I'm saying is that the management experience of Obama is less than Cain. Hence, they won't be able to criticize Cain for not being experienced enough.
And you make that bet. I'm going to take the safe money on a 200+ year trend. Unlike 2008, there's not nearly enough other factors to outweigh the trend that's being broken nor do I think the public's issue with that trend is as reduced as it was in regards to the trend in 2008 (race).Most people don't even want a politician.