posted on Nov, 15 2011 @ 04:45 PM
I'm sincerely beginning to believe that the GOP has no intentions what-so-ever of taking "control" of the white house next election. The choices
they offer as their "mainstream" candidates seem to be making some pretty elementary mistakes if they truly wanted to have a successful campaign.
There are a lot of concerns I have about Republicans after seeing their response to the claims about Cain's past behavioral issues. The fact that
Republicans infused his campaign with even more money after these alligations should demonstrate to some degree their value for womens' rights. Yes,
in the past they have elevated women in politics, Sarah Palin comes to mind. But look at her cognitive abilities. Republicans were prepared to have
her as vice president, but she could not finish one term as governor of the least populated state in the union, and certainly had integrity issues.
But in her defense, so do most people in politics.
Cain's train wreck was unfortunate. As I watched it I honestly thought he was having a stroke or a series of mini-strokes with his facial
impression, eyes, and not being able to focus. There could be other factors we are not informed of, I am sure.
I don't think being tired was the only variable, but it may have been one. Personally, I would strongly consider cancelling a public appearance if I
was not in good enough condition to focus. Either way, I doubt Herman Cain, or any Republican, will be occupying the white house in 2013. Having
said that, I'm not sure I consider Ron Paul to be a Republican. I'm not sure the Republicans do either, unless it suits them to try to suck in his
supporters. Again, my opinion.
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