Herman Cain - Leading In Positive Intensity Polls and Name Recogition Doubling

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    Bachmann in Strong Position as She Enters 2012 Race

    Don't underestimate Positive Intensity! Voters like the positive person, not trolls like Santorum that are already on the attack and producing negative ads! Cain is virtually tied with Bachmann. I think Bachmann's inability to answer direct media questions and her ability to make Palinesqe dumb comments will sink her. While Cain's master ability to woo people during the debates, present the right economic message and with his high level of charisma will win over voters, right, left and in the middle!

    Another important point. Cain's name recognition more than doubled since March!

    Go Cain Go!
     
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    Dick Morris yesterday said Cain had moved into the 1st tier of GOP candidates (Romney, Bachmann, & Cain). Everyone else was 2nd or 3rd tier at this point.

    Pretty remarkable when you consider that Herman Cain's name recognition is still at the bottom of the pack.

    The fact is WHEN people get to know Herman Cain (the real Herman Cain), they like him--a lot.
     
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    Dick Morris also said on O'Reily recently about the GOP candidates:

    “the best credentialed candidate of any of them is Cain.”
     
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    Ron Paul>Cain on support, just fact.
     
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    When Ron Paul goes off on his get rid of the FBI, CIA, NSA, DEA, DHS, ICE, Federal Reserve, Department of Education, FDA etc. he loses 90% of the voting population!
     
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    Yep, Paul is a capital-L Libertarian. If Republicans were one-issue voters and only worried about fiscal issues, he might attract serious support. But when he starts talking about social issues or foreign policy, Republicans flee the room in droves.

    I give him credit for being pro-life, but when he starts talking about legalizing heroin, he marginalizes himself to the point of being a non-factor.

    Sorry, that's just the way it is. Paul will never gain any widespread support within the GOP as long as he holds his current social and foreign policy stances.
     
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    Cain just lost some key staffers. Between Romney and Bachmann, I don't see where Cain has room to succeed on such a level to be competitive in the primaries.
     
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    Cain is not electable. Next
     
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    Yes, it would be smart of the GOP to run a black man against a black man.

    :lol:
     
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    And when Cain talks about not allowing certain people a spot in his cabinet based on their faith he losses 99%...

    And RP does much better than you claim.
     

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