Herman "My Man" Cain Leads in NEW Zogby Polls!

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If Cain gets the Nomination. Obama is going to tear him a new ass over his answering whether or not he would Appoint any Muslims to his Admin, but saying no, he couldn't do that.

Toxic.

It's to bad, because the guy has some good ideas, and I believe he is smart enough to appoint good advisers in the area's he lacks knowledge in.

Would make a great 2nd Black US president.
 

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I was never sold on Perry. Needed to see and hear more from him.

I like Mr. Cain. I like his straight forward speaking and some of his ideas.. Will need to hear more from him too

Lots of time yet. Obama is crashing so we don't have to jump at anything.

And remember folks, DON'T LET the media pick your candidate. If they like them, RUN.:lol:
 

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Run Herman, run.

Or should I say:

Sing and buck dance Herman, sing and buck dance.

I hope he gets the republican nomination.
 

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Herman Cain reminds me of Sherman Hemley
 

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I was never sold on Perry. Needed to see and hear more from him.

I like Mr. Cain. I like his straight forward speaking and some of his ideas.. Will need to hear more from him too

Lots of time yet. Obama is crashing so we don't have to jump at anything.

And remember folks, DON'T LET the media pick your candidate. If they like them, RUN.:lol:
I lke him for the same reasons you do. I would feel more comfortable supporting him, however, if he had some experience in politics at the national level. Look what we are going through because a "trainee" was elected for POTUS.
 

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Mostly, economists so likely, unanimously agree that the Obama Stimulus worked, that mostly attention has focused on the Greek. . . .way. . . .of national debt! In fact, in almost the same Spirt as in all of history: Have investors and economists had their attention suddenly turned to the Greek.. . . .way. . . .of things!

"Nein! Nein! Nein!" has even famously become new German position regarding the greater responsibility--and cost--that should also be borne in the private sector. The idea is not just to tax the rich, but to. . . .soak them into blindness.

Mainly France is appalled.

In the 1970's, it was understood that the Orange Juice from Florida was somehow--charmed(?)--according to Anita Bryant, their national association advertising icon. She chose to oppose an equal right ordinance contending that her Deity had no such concept in mind. "Save-Our-Children" eventually evolved into "Moral Majority," and eventually into Speaker Newt Gringrinch--who seems to a thing or two about marriages and divoircements(?)--which is Conservative Christian stuff.

Cain has a mantra-agenda, which likely won't get too much farther than comedy routines. Mostly he is Mr. Regressive, or even uglier than Michelle. . . .In the guy thing in Florida!

With the 64 Fantasies now running the House of Representatives in Washington D. C., making themselves into a household agenda to be deplored: Then Florida probably actually makes some sense: As a harbinger of what to expect even again from the Tea Party Conservative, GOP!

"Nein! Nein! Nein!" "Let Them Die!" "Boooo!"

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(You know you make me wanna Shout! Kick my heels up and shout! Throw my hands up and shout! Throw my head back up and Shout!" Summarizing therein is the Tea Party Agenda for overcoming problems in America! "Nein! Nein! Nein!")
 
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I lke him for the same reasons you do.
His ignorance of the Constitution and propensity to violate Federal law?

However, I am suspicious of the reality of that poll reflecting the Republican's choice.
You should be more concerned that the choice reflects poorly on republicans in general.
 

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Probably They Do. . . . At RNC(?). . .Likely A Week From Tuesday, or whenever!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Hmmm!)
 

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Those darn Republicans are such racists............Oh wait a minute.........Cain is a black man. Nevermind.
 

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Run Herman, run.

Or should I say:

Sing and buck dance Herman, sing and buck dance.

I hope he gets the republican nomination.

What the fuck are you babbling about Farrakhan ?......
 

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I lke him for the same reasons you do.
His ignorance of the Constitution and propensity to violate Federal law?

However, I am suspicious of the reality of that poll reflecting the Republican's choice.
You should be more concerned that the choice reflects poorly on republicans in general.
C Clayton Jones, your monicker that radiates your admiration for the Corrupt Congressional Black Racist Caucus big shot predictably reflects the self-serving Black Racial and Socialistic values of your messiah: The Pathological LIAR-in-Chief Obama.

We, true Americans, believe in the Enlightened Capitalism that made America the Greatest Country on this Planet for over 200 years .....not the failing European Socialistic models used by your Commie/Socialist Messiah Obama.

Your bullshit about Constitutional indiscretions on the part of the Republicans is typical of you Liberal phonies who take your own BLATANT failings and projecting them on your opponents.

That may have been effective with the 24/7 National Media in your pockets lo these many decades, but with the internet your flagrant scams bamboozling the American Public is over.

Your bullshit is now toast.

You lying scum are done.

And, 2012 will prove that.
 

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I knew Perry was going to fall off a cliff--after his latest debate performance--his stance on social security and immigration is now moving him into the lower tier candidate group. And I don't think he can recover.

Someone had to move into second place behind Romney--I thought it would be Gingrich--but Herman Cain is a great candidate--and is moving forward. Cain really needs to start touting his experience with the Federal Reserve,

Maybe this country is ready for a private sector businessman to run it?? What a change would that be.
 

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Herman Cain reminds me of Sherman Hemley
I have to agree with that. But I always liked George Jefferson.

And while I don't agree with Cain's intense distaste of Islam, given how badly Islamic nations behave in general, Electing Cain would be a nice "Take that" for their general bad behavior.
 

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He is all about business. Who do you think he will look out for if he is elected? Are you guys serious?
The concern is the people Cain would appoint, or actually the people his handlers would appoint. The WH would again become just another branch office of the RNC.
 

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