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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    Oh, I'm not so sure. People will do a lot for a free pizza. He would garner a lot of the youth vote for sure.
    LOL 2 free pizzas wouldnt even get it done. Maybe a free pizza a month along with free internet and cable for all. Then he'd win
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    Poor Herman Cain, he also thinks "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" is in our Constitution.

    In the U.S. Constitution, "thereís a little section in there that talks about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. - Politifact
    We asked Cainís campaign to respond. A spokeswoman said he sometimes mentions the Constitution and Declaration of Independence at the same time.

    "Quite often, he references them together when speaking of his appreciation for the work of our Founders," she said.
    This is pretty much what I thought happened when I heard the media was on this. It doesn't bother me that he lumps them together. It's just refreshing that someone thinks they are important enough to talk about. He speaks from his heart.
    Of course, if he's just get a speechwriter and a telepromter..........
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    Anybody? money bet? avatar bet? Ill change my avatar to a pic of him or make it say im your bitch if I lose.

    Takers?

    sorry he isnt a real candidate.
    I already have a yr long avatar bet with Catawa if Cain loses. I'll bet a month long singnature line maybe. I'll think on one for you and you do the same for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    I already have a yr long avatar bet with Catawa if Cain loses. I'll bet a month long singnature line maybe. I'll think on one for you and you do the same for me.
    Wow thats awesome, I will gladly take that bet! why only a month, lets go for a year also
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    Wow thats awesome, I will gladly take that bet! why only a month, lets go for a year also
    Because I might want to save other months for other bets. All I have to put up is my avatar and my sig line.
    Although if Obama is re-elected, my avatar and sig line will be the least of my worries. Someone will have to put me on suicide watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Because I might want to save other months for other bets. All I have to put up is my avatar and my sig line.
    Although if Obama is re-elected, my avatar and sig line will be the least of my worries. Someone will have to put me on suicide watch.
    Im just so happy you are willing to take the bet, i heard there is one of your kind born every minute

    Ok a month it is, Ill work on your sig line, you work on mine
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    Im just so happy you are willing to take the bet, i heard there is one of your kind born every minute

    Ok a month it is, Ill work on your sig line, you work on mine
    I'm trying to think of someone you really despise. Hannity?
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    LOL 2 free pizzas wouldnt even get it done. Maybe a free pizza a month along with free internet and cable for all. Then he'd win
    Throw in a pitcher of beer, and every college kid in the nation will vote for him.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    I'm trying to think of someone you really despise. Hannity?
    OH, im a good sport and ill help you out as much as I can! problem is im not wired bias, im objective.

    In many ways I like hannity, rush, beck, etc. I listen to them daily and DVR their shows. The difference is for me I view them for what they are entertainment, i have no false premise about who and what they are.

    Also as far as liberal vs conservative goes you'll have similar luck there, basically none. Ive been "attacked" as and by both.

    If you need something though you could still pick those people. Make me say palin is smart and intelligent, or beck always tells the truth, or MSNBC or FOX are totally objective, or that Al Sharpton is a class american, has excellent poise and foresight.

    LOL saying any of those lies would be suck.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Cain's name recognition went up a few points. His Positive Intensity score is the best of everyone's.

    With Huckabee Out, No Clear GOP Front-Runner
    The exceptional individual in this group is businessman Cain. He is recognized by 29% of Republicans and receives the highest Positive Intensity Score, based on those who know him, of any candidate measured. One-quarter of those familiar with Cain have a strongly favorable view, and only 1% have a strongly unfavorable view.
    The biggest challenge for those in the Republican field beyond Palin, Gingrich, and Romney right now is increasing their name recognition. Observers continue to point to candidates such as Pawlenty, Daniels, and Huntsman as potential challengers for the GOP nomination, but none of them is known by more than half of Republicans at this point. Additionally, none of these less well-known candidates or possible candidates, except for Cain, is generating unusual enthusiasm among those who do know them, which suggests their need to attract attention to their candidacies in the months ahead.
    The challenge for Bachmann and Cain will be to maintain their strongly positive positioning as they become more widely known.
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