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PostPosted: Thu Nov 03, 2011 1:42 pm    Post subject: Herman Cain's Shadow War Reply with quote

Was Herman Cain single or married when he supposedly made some comments about their looks to the annoyed women who complained and received a pay-off to stop complaining? Makes a big difference. If he was single big deal. Unless he molested them. If he was married, and his wife was into other things, and he still had it in him, politely, asked first... well then. Didn't Trudeau say keep the bedroom out of whatever?

The American public were not overly concerned with naughty Billy with an excitable Willy. As a matter of fact many cheered: atta boy Bill. And why were the women who complained about serial womanizer Clinton attacked by the media? There were many. Yet, people still pay to hear the horny Bill speak, even in Canada.

I don't get it. Some of the great president's had mistresses or short affairs. The Canadian press are still too kind for our leaders and contenders. I bet there are some juicy stories about our leaders that haven't been released.

Frankly, I would rather have a leader whose testesterone is functional rather than one who falls asleep in the Oval Office, because he or she has run out of steam and enthusiasm.

However, I detest those who think they are entitled to everything.

Nonetheless, is Cain going to last in the GOP nomination run?

The American Spectator : Cain's Shadow War
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Herman Cainís competitors lose by exposing Cainís past indiscretions
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Herman Cain: 9-9-9 Meets 1-2-3
http://www.realclearpolitics.c.....11922.html
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I doubt he'll last. He's doing well but I think he'll take to the same fate as Huckabee last time where he does well enough to get his own show or even write another book. His campaign is polished or disciplined enough to carry him through even the early primaries.

What's interesting is that he continues to poll high despite A LOT of bad press. And its not limited to the whole sexual harassment issue (which may or may not be true). His foreign policy is weak and he comes across as a loon with only one policy- 9-9-9, which would increase taxes for A LOT of people.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 18, 2011 5:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For all the conversation and the countless hours spent discussing the Republican primary it seems to me that Romney will win as has appeared to be the case for the last year.

Cain seems like an interesting candidate, however did the GOP not spend millions of dollars attacking Obama's lack of political experience in 2008?

Had Cain made it through the Primaries in 2004 and had won a Senate seat for Georgia at that time I would be far more comfortable with him today.
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