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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    sadly, most voters don't watch any news....
    Or the watch it for one day and make their decisions based on a pundit...or the watch it everyday but only listen to the same people...and make their decisions

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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    All these republican candidates...all these different view and perspectives on all these gop candidates. In the end there will be only one and I doubt theres much chance it will be Cain or Paul.
    In the end all these opinions and views on who should be the nominee will have to decide on the one who wins and Obama, whether its your favorite or not...or whether you consider them a rino or not but I love all the speculation its what makes politics fun

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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    Maybe it is a good strategy after all. The more MSNBC attacks the unelectable candidate, the more the Republicans will have to support them, the more likely it is that an unelectable candidate will be selected, and the more likely a second Obama term is.

    See? Maybe MSNBC is smarter than we think.
    You might be right. Seems Fox is suckin' up to Newt.
    I think they are going to regret giving that loser so much time. They need to pay some attention to Cain.

    Iowa, Cain with double digit lead

    BREAKING: New Iowa Poll Gives Herman Cain Double-Digit Lead But Iowans Unsure

    A new poll shows businessman Herman Cain being favored by 24% of Iowa conservatives, giving him a double-digit lead over the field of the possible G.O.P. contenders. But the poll also revealed great uncertainty about the Republican field among Iowa conservatives.

    The poll, conducted by the 2012 Iowa Report (a sister site to CampaignTrailReport.com), exclusively surveyed Iowa conservatives between May 4-10. The top vote getters after Cain were: Mike Huckabee (12%), Newt Gingrich (10%), Ron Paul (9%) and Sarah Palin (8%). Michele Bachman, Donald Trump, Mit Romney, and Tim Pawlenty were bunched from 7% to 4%.
    Iowa Report

    Whoohooo he was also number one when the question was asked "who would ultimately win the nomination?"

    On Immigration, energy, 5pt plan, debt ceiling

    Meet Herman Cain – see why he is topping GOP polls for 2012 : USACTION NEWS

    Cain wins straw poll in Washington State

    https://draftcain.wordpress.com/2011...hington-state/

    Cain took 54 votes of 357 votes cast. He edged out former Massachusetts Gov. Willard “Mitt” Romney (52) and Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels (51). Daniels has yet to decide whether he will run.
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who has said he will not run, took 39 votes. Ex-Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty had 28, Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin 22, ex-House Speaker Newt Gingrich 14, and ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee also 14.

    Trailing were Rudy Giuliani with 12 votes, Donald Trump and Rep. Ron Paul with 10, Rep. Michele Bachman at 9 votes, Jeb Bush and Sarah Palin at 8 votes apiece, ex-Sen. Rick Santorum with 7 votes.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Be prepared for your hopes to be dashed....Cain won't even finish in the top 5 of the GOP. But I wish they would nominate him.....it would drive a lot of GOP to stay home.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Consevatives stayed home in 2008. I had to drag myself there and then hold my nose. They'll be at the polls for Cain. Republicans/Conservatives/Independents/Libertarians...They'll all turn out.
    Obama will have the Dems/Socialists/Communists/Marxists/Liberals/Progressives
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    All these republican candidates...all these different view and perspectives on all these gop candidates. In the end there will be only one and I doubt theres much chance it will be Cain or Paul.
    In the end all these opinions and views on who should be the nominee will have to decide on the one who wins and Obama, whether its your favorite or not...or whether you consider them a rino or not but I love all the speculation its what makes politics fun
    Fun? watching a slow motion train wreck is fun?
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Consevatives stayed home in 2008. I had to drag myself there and then hold my nose. They'll be at the polls for Cain. Republicans/Conservatives/Independents/Libertarians...They'll all turn out.
    Obama will have the Dems/Socialists/Communists/Marxists/Liberals/Progressives
    Dems, yes. progressives, maybe. Liberals, depends on how liberal the republican candidate is. I think the bushification of Obama will have thoroughly disgusted the Communists/Marxists, maybe even the liberals and progressives.

    But then, Obama never was a Communist or a Marxist, nor has he ever been much of a liberal. Is he really further to the left than his predecessor?
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    Hm.. maybe not. We do need someone who can shake things up in Washington.

    Where does this guy stand on the issues? Health care, SS, the war on terror, the war on drugs, and the real biggie, the economy and deficit spending?
    Here's what Cain wrote about Obamacare. I know he he wants no part of the government coming between patient and doctor, job losses, hurting small and large business.


    2010: Don't forget, and do tell! ~ By Herman Cain

    Don't forget what President Obama and the Democrat-controlled Congress did in 2010 – and tell everybody who will listen! And if they do not get outraged, then they are sleeping under a rock, and they can't get out.

    Pure politicians have for years depended on voters to forget their misdeeds leading up to the next election. But things are different! Voters are not as stupid and uninformed as they used to be. People are more informed and aware of the arrogance of the current administration and Congress than ever before.

    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said they needed to pass the health-care deform bill first, so they can then tell us what's in the bill. They passed it, and we now know what's in the bill: an assault on our liberties, increased taxes through fines and an unprecedented expansion of government bureaucracy in our lives. Don't forget!

    The president's insistence on passing the health-care deform bill against the will of the majority of the American people was a historic presidential slap in the face of the people. Poll after poll had confirmed that the people did not like this government takeover of our health-care system, but the president and the Democrat-controlled Congress did it anyway. Don't forget!
    Blogging in Our Time 2 Escape: 2010: Don't forget, and do tell! ~ By Herman Cain
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    Dems, yes. progressives, maybe. Liberals, depends on how liberal the republican candidate is. I think the bushification of Obama will have thoroughly disgusted the Communists/Marxists, maybe even the liberals and progressives.

    But then, Obama never was a Communist or a Marxist, nor has he ever been much of a liberal. Is he really further to the left than his predecessor?
    Yes, on social and economic issues, the only ones that directly affect Americans. The "bushification" of his foreign policy (minus Libya) was an inevitability.

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Here's what Cain wrote about Obamacare. I know he he wants no part of the government coming between patient and doctor, job losses, hurting small and large business.


    2010: Don't forget, and do tell! ~ By Herman Cain


    Blogging in Our Time 2 Escape: 2010: Don't forget, and do tell! ~ By Herman Cain
    Too bad Mr Cain is wrong. The country is split nearly 50/50 on the health care issue. With the addition of a public option its something like 55/45 in favor. Without the mandate, its like 70/30 in favor. Look up Gallup.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by xpiher View Post
    Yes, on social and economic issues, the only ones that directly affect Americans. The "bushification" of his foreign policy (minus Libya) was an inevitability.
    Social issues, yes. Bush was about as pro life as Obama is pro choice, not that it matters. The POTUS can't do much about abortion anyway.

    Economic issues.. hmm.. There's Medicare part D, and there's TARP. I'm not so sure that there is much difference there.
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