View Poll Results: Is Herman Cain for Real?

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  • Yes he can win the nomination

    20 45.45%
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    13 29.55%
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    7 15.91%
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    4 9.09%
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Thread: Herman Cain: For real or not

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    Re: Herman Cain: For real or not

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    I guess you don't like him since your poll has a lot of useless selections.
    I only accidentally hit four sections since it was the default.

    What section besides the last one is useless?
    Last edited by Anagram; 10-05-11 at 02:32 PM.
    There should be Instant Runoff Voting

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    Re: Herman Cain: For real or not

    There is ZERO chance that the GOP will ever give the nod to a black man....at least in this decade.
    <font size=5><b>Its been several weeks since the Vegas shooting.  Its it still "Too Early" or can we start having the conversation about finally doing something about these mass shootings???​</b></font>

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    Re: Herman Cain: For real or not

    Quote Originally Posted by Dav View Post
    You said that nobody would have a serious disadvantage against Obama; that's what I was arguing against.
    I've yet seen an arguement for a serious disadvantage. If this statement was about Bachmann, I'd agree.

    As for Herman Cain, I think Zyph already did a good enough job explaining why he'd have a major disadvantage. Running a pizza company doesn't qualify someone for being President of the U.S.
    And it's been posted that he's done far more than just that.

    Cain lost me when he showed his complete ignorance of the Palestinian refugee problem, which even my high school history class was made aware of. He'd have to learn about what's going on in the world really fast... and I don't want another learn-as-you-go President. We already have one of those now, and it hasn't worked out so well.
    I do not know a lot about Cain. As I noted, my support right now is in the fact that he is not Perry or Romney. I've seen nothing to put him at a serious disadvantage yet.

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    Re: Herman Cain: For real or not

    Serious disadvantage? No, Cain as of right now does not have one yet.

    If he continues to gain traction, someone in the msm media (god willing) will do some research on his past decisions and it'll become a big headline. There is a lot to work with if they just use google. But this just depends if anyone writes or talks about it.
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    Re: Herman Cain: For real or not

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    And Obama was better qualified when he first ran? What did he know about business or job creation? Nothing at all. What does he know about it now? Nothing at all. How is his foreign policy working? What foreign policy? Domestically he's a total failure.
    Yes, my point exactly. I don't want another President anywhere near as inexperienced as him.

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    Re: Herman Cain: For real or not

    I may be the minority, but actually one of the reasons i like Cain is because he doesn't have any experience in government.

    I think its laughable why everyone thinks being governor/congressman/etc. actually prepares you for being leader of the free world. Every single candidate just gets tossed into the position.

    He is more Honest then any other candidate, possibly ever. As a successful business man i think think he can apply those skills to fit the presidential position better then a congressman would (ALL THEY EVER DO ANYWAY Is JUST SLEEP IN THE STANDS AND TALK ****)

    Problem with Obama is that he didn't have experience in pretty much anything worthwhile to become president.

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    Re: Herman Cain: For real or not

    Quote Originally Posted by Dav View Post
    Yes, my point exactly. I don't want another President anywhere near as inexperienced as him.
    Cain has experience is job creation, more then any other government worker.


    And ill start on the foreign policy.

    Cains stance on foreign policy IS EXACTLY what I was looking for in a president. I actually came to thins conclusion on my own years ago before i even knew the guy. NO one except CIA and Military leaders knows the actually objectives and crap that actually is going down in the world today.
    The media knows nothing but rumors and official accouterments. And few congressmen actually are involved into the classified operations.

    What can prepare for that?
    Cains stance and my stance for anyone who is actually being honest about foreign policy is " I will listen to the professionals and generals and make the best decisions I can make taking everything into account and morally follow the values of the united states and the constitution" (that's not a quote but me expressing the idea)

    This is the exact reason why when Obama stepped into office he flip-flopped on a LOT of foreign policy decisions. He was finally informed and got to talk to the professionals that were actually involved while being exposed to all the secret information at hand.

    This shows that Cain is honest and is capable of making good decisions because he already has a better understanding his role as president then most other people do.

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