Cain uses book tour to campaign in Houston area

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  1. freeatlast

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    Looks like a three-way race in the GOP. Governor Goodhair vs. Pizza Man vs. the MittWit. If nothing else, it should be entertaining.
     
  3. exscentric

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    " Cain uses book tour to campaign in Houston area"

    Obama uses "jobs bill" to campaign in the United States" :)
     
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    That is just standard stuff and no wrong has been done in that.
     
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    Thought better of.
     
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    Herman Cain is four times the man that Obama is. Just sent him some money and bought his book.

    Obama can't define the word "job"- because he's never had one.
     
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    Would love to see Cain in office. Question: if he doesn't win the nomination does that mean liberals are racists like they accused those of us who didn't vote for Obama?
     
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    If Cain wins the nomination, expect the left to howl. They will attack him, his family, his friends, his influences, they will make up stories, they will trot out "witnesses"...it will make what happened to Clarence Thomas look like Sesame St.

    The left just cannot have a self-made republican black man. I have no plans on voting for him, but I full expect to be disgusted by the actions of liberals everywhere, even here.
     
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    Cain Should Accept Offer to Run Pizza Hut!

    Cain should stick with what he knows best: Making pizza's! The man would not get my vote if he were the last man on earth. Then again, neither would Mitt, or Rick, or Obama, or anyone who is running for the office of POTUS.

    I am beginning to think maybe this nation should try to get by without the Executive Branch of governement for a few terms and see if the other two branches can make this thing work again. :laugh:
     
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    I'm really quite surprised to read this from you- Herman Cain knows a lot more about life than just making pizzas. So I take it you will not vote next year?
     
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    That is what I was thinking
     
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    Freeatlast is much like the liberal media... going after whatever Republican is in the lead.

    Perhaps he secretly is rooting for Obama. :laugh:
     
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    They already are. Go to YouTube and search;

    Herman Cain vs. Lawrence O'Donnell Round One and Round Two

    If you do not believe the media is biased, watch these videos.

    I cannot post a link (phone), but perhaps someone can post the links for these two videos here.

    You are correct, but "disgusting" is an understatement for these videos.

    Go Cain!
     
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    If Herman Cain can't take the heat, he should get out of the kitchen? Of course, this applies to all presidential candidates.

    All politics is dirty, at least all successful politics. People claim to hate negative publicity, but it is often effective, just look at many of the past elections.
     
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    I agree with you totally!
     
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    :thumbsup:

    If a candidate cannot take the heat of a presidential campaign, how can he be expected to take the heat as a sitting president?
     
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    Let me add: I listened to all of the Lawrence O'Donnell interview with Herman Cain. O'Donnell is one of the most unprofessional interviewers I have ever had the displeasure of watching. He should be ostracized as a so-called journalists.

    O'Donnell did his best to portray Cain basically as a coward for not volunteering for military service, although of course O'Donnell didn't serve either.

    Cain stated that he worked for the Department of the Navy at the time and was asked to continue his work, as a mathematician, and that his draft number was never called on for duty. Now O'Donnell either didn't know this already, which a good journalist would, or he deliberately tried to portray Cain as someone not willing to serve his country.
     

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