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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    I don't think he's too bright.

    He thought that Democrat women would vote for Sarah Palin because they were upset that Hillary Clinton didn't get the nomination.

    First of all, Sarah Palin is no Hillary Clinton, and second, democrat women are not idiots, that will vote for a woman just because she is a woman. Sarah Palin is an empty suit, with not a good handle on vocabulary - we don't need another President stumbling over their words. So, Cain, is not too bright in that way of thinking.



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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    hilarious. Jeezy answers you with facts, reasonableness, history, and evidence, and you respond with the equivalent of calling him a poo-poo head.

    sometimes, centrist, it's better just to walk away.
    Wow nothing is further from the truth, seems you need to reread it, He dodged and backpedled LMAO
    nice try though, some people live in reality and some dont
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    actually he clarified later i think either the same or the next day - that he wouldn't appoint any Muslim that wasn't willing to let US Law supercede Sharia (which is against their Religion). you can argue that he probably thinks that such a group would be a small minority, or that he might be biased in assuming that a Muslim under consideration wouldn't, and I agree that the response is problematic and troubling for a man who wants to be our Chief Diplomat.

    But were he running for President, for every "Cain Wouldn't Hire A Muslim" ad, Republicans could run a "Obama Wants Hispanics To Punish Their Enemies" one, or (depending on the location) "Obama Administration Protects Black Panthers" one. I would think they would tend to negate.
    And, as usual, both candidates would come from the mutual mud sling dripping with goo, and expecting us to vote for one or the other.

    Negative campaigning must work for the candidate, but just look at who is being elected by using such a tactic. Kakistrocricy, anyone?
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    I appreciated that he said he would not have any Muslims in his administration. I also liked his stance on immigration, national security, and securing the border. He lost me though, when he started talking about tax cuts. National leaders have to get real about taxes on the rich. They are very low right now, and have been for the last 30 years. If they (top bracket rates) had been at normal rates (70-94%), we wouldn't be in the fix we are now.

    When you have a $14 Trillion budget deficit, you don't engage in UNDERtaxation.

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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scanner View Post
    I appreciated that he said he would not have any Muslims in his administration. I also liked his stance on immigration, national security, and securing the border. He lost me though, when he started talking about tax cuts. National leaders have to get real about taxes on the rich. They are very low right now, and have been for the last 30 years. If they (top bracket rates) had been at normal rates (70-94%), we wouldn't be in the fix we are now.

    When you have a $14 Trillion budget deficit, you don't engage in UNDERtaxation.
    Raising taxes significantly wouldn't do much to bring down the deficit.

    I think it would be better to spur economic growth(and job creation) by lowering the tax rate.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    I think I would like a Cain/Bachmann ticket

    Yep, that sounds like a good match
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfoot 88 View Post
    I think I would like a Cain/Bachmann ticket

    Yep, that sounds like a good match
    That would only guarantee victory for the other side.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    here's the latest poll:

    Mitt Romney has the lead in PPPs first Iowa poll since Mike Huckabee and Donald Trump exited the race, but with six different candidates polling in double digits its clear this thing is wide open.

    Romney polls at 21%. Sarah Palin and Herman Cain are tied for second at 15%. Newt Gingrich is 4th with 12%, Michele Bachmann 5th with 11%, Tim Pawlenty 6th with 10%, Ron Paul 7th with 8%, and Jon Huntsman 8th with 0% (only one respondent to the poll picked him.) 8% said they supported someone else or were undecided.
    So, Romney, who just declared, is running first, followed Palin (who hasn't declared and most likely won't run, IMO) and Herman Cain, who still lacks name recognition.

    Of course, polls at this point are much like weather forecasts: Pretty good for the next couple of days, meaningless beyond next week.
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    That would only guarantee victory for the other side.
    No

    They are both smart and have high positive intensity levels
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    Re: Herman Cain for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfoot 88 View Post
    No

    They are both smart and have high positive intensity levels
    Smart how?
    entertainment and self promoting wise? I agree

    President wise absolutley not and I gurantee they never make it and they arent postive to anybody objective. They are both part of the problem with politics and not the solutions. lol
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