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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    How do you feel about Gary Johnson?
    Looked at the link....He looks like a candidate that I could support. Seems to be a true conservative without the right-wing social agenda...as long as he sticks to it.
    I agree with him on the civil liberties stuff, eliminating the Patriot act. I agree with his abortion stance. He was a little vague on the gay civil rights issue. He says government should not impose its values on marriage...not sure what that means. If it means that government should get out of the marriage issue and simply support civil unions and let churches decide who they "marry", I'm fine with that.
    I agree with most of the foreign policy stuff. His stance on the economy and the taxes was a little vague, not really sure what his stance is on most of it based on his website.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    Cain will, I think, do better than that in Iowa. But I see him having trouble in New Hampshire.


    Pawlenty Wins New Hampshire Tea Party Straw Poll | Red Dog Report | Red Dog Report
    Tim Pawlenty narrowly won a straw poll of New Hampshire tea partiers Friday, even as the sentiments of conservative activists gathered for a tax day rally here made clear that the grassroots constituency is very much up for grabs in the nation’s first primary state.
    Pawlenty won just over 17 percent of votes cast by more than 300 people during the tea party rally at the New Hampshire statehouse, where Pawlenty, Rick Santorum, Herman Cain and Buddy Roemer all gave speeches. Cain finished a close second in the straw poll with over 16 percent of the vote, while Ron Paul, who did not attend, won third place with almost 13 percent of the vote. Donald Trump and Michele Bachmann finished fourth and fifth, respectively, ahead of Santorum. Roemer won last than one percent.
    Missed most of Cain on Hannity Darn storm warnings!
    However caught the end. He said who he would consider as running mates. Bachmann, DeMint, Coburn. When asked about Rubio he said, absolutely, and also he would consider Allen West. He's just not sure those two would be interested because of their current obligations.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Pawlenty Wins New Hampshire Tea Party Straw Poll | Red Dog Report | Red Dog Report


    Missed most of Cain on Hannity Darn storm warnings!
    However caught the end. He said who he would consider as running mates. Bachmann, DeMint, Coburn. When asked about Rubio he said, absolutely, and also he would consider Allen West. He's just not sure those two would be interested because of their current obligations.
    But what are the numbers among New Hampshire....non-tea partiers?
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    I am head over heels in love.

    me and Mr. Cain

    Hey wait a second. If you got conservative jungle fever for a presidential candidate you should be with Blackdog/Chuthulu 2012!

    Come with me and be different! Besides I am younger and have a long standing member.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    I hope you are right...but I suspect that you are not.
    well now i'm confused. do you think he will do better or worse than 5th in Iowa?

    Then again....there may be less than 5 candidates left by the time we get to Iowa.
    nah. Daniels and Bachmann, I think, are both getting in. Cain will still be big - he'll be getting ready to try to peak enough in Iowa to handle a reduction in Iowa but still do well in South Carolina. Pawlenty isn't about to get out, neither is Romney or Paul. Santorum is hoping to do well in Iowa, and I don't see Johnston going anywhere, though I don't really know why he's running, either. Maybe he figures he can become the next generations' Ron Paul.

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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Looked at the link....He looks like a candidate that I could support. Seems to be a true conservative without the right-wing social agenda...as long as he sticks to it.
    I agree with him on the civil liberties stuff, eliminating the Patriot act. I agree with his abortion stance. He was a little vague on the gay civil rights issue. He says government should not impose its values on marriage...not sure what that means. If it means that government should get out of the marriage issue and simply support civil unions and let churches decide who they "marry", I'm fine with that.
    I agree with most of the foreign policy stuff. His stance on the economy and the taxes was a little vague, not really sure what his stance is on most of it based on his website.
    He agrees with me on most issues, which probably means he has a snowball's chance of getting the nomination. He'll have to be pretty persuasive to get the authoritarian right to accept his stance on the war on drugs.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

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    Zogby Poll Stunner: Herman Cain Continues 2012 Surge

    This is the point I've been trying to make for the past week:

    Pollster John Zogby told Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview that the sudden rise of Cain shows the degree of restlessness among GOP faithful, given their current options.

    “He’s not well known. He’s very plain speaking,” Zogby said. “But when someone enters the forum, as he did during that debate, and rises to the top, it’s kind of like Donald Trump, it’s kind of like Chris Christie: “We don’t like the field, this is a guy that we can believe in.’”
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
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    Zogby Poll Stunner: Herman Cain Continues 2012 Surge

    This is the point I've been trying to make for the past week:



    Still, do you notice that no matter how good Cain does, it seems everyone keeps pushing Romney?
    We can't let the media pick our nominee again!
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post


    Still, do you notice that no matter how good Cain does, it seems everyone keeps pushing Romney?
    We can't let the media pick our nominee again!
    Is that who picked McCain/Palin?

    They did a poor job. They couldn't even beat a freshman senator.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    Is that who picked McCain/Palin?

    They did a poor job. They couldn't even beat a freshman senator.
    Too true.

    You should be backing Daniels, hes the only one who has a chance.

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