"I think if it were today my wife would vote for Herman Cain. One of my sons, I have grown children, you know, from the first day said 'Dad, do you know Herman Cain?' I said sure, I've known him since I was Chairman. He said "Man, I like him, I like what he says," and that is one of his great strengths Laura. He is likable. He does not give you the impression that he is full of himself, but rather than he is a straight-talkin' person who, will tell you, he call it like he sees them. He's not trying to sugar coat anything and at the same time he is not trying to be shrill and a chest beater. He's a straight talker and I think that makes him very, very attractive to people."
“Can y’all see the bull’s eye on my back?” he joked to the crowd of several hundred supporters who had gathered in a city park here to see Cain. His critics, he said, “don’t know how to respond to a real solution to a problem.”
Originally posted by eLPresidente
999 is a disaster and it was drafted by a BA accountant that worked for a branch office of wells fargo.
Not sure about you guys, but I'd like some real economists (preferably austrian economists) drafting economic plans, not some average joe that doesn't know anything.
On Friday night Cain, who is African-American, drew about 2,000 people — some in workshirts and overalls and nearly all white — to a feed barn in rural Waverly, Tenn.
Originally posted by Quadrivium
I gotta question..........
Who do ya'll have in mind as a second choice?
I like Ron Paul and would vote for him in a heart beat but I do not believe he will get the nomination.
If he doesn't then who will you vote for.
Cain's 999 plan may give the government another grip on our wallets by introducing a 9 percent sales tax, but it will be offset.
Eventually we will have to get away from our current tax code if Ron is not elected and Cain is the only one that has suggested it.
The sales tax would bring in much more revenue.
We have 47 percent to 49 percent who do not pay taxes and on top of that the millions of illegal immigrants who don't pay taxes.
Just sayin it might be a good idea to keep a second candidate in mind.
If Paul doesn't get the nomination I pray that ya'll will still let you voices be heard by getting out to vote. We as a county can't survive four more years of Obama.