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Guest 05-21-2011 10:39 PM

Herman Cain declares his candidacy
 
He's going to make it interesting. I have a feeling.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6E0ZC...bedded#at=1624

Guest 05-21-2011 11:38 PM

well received
 
mr. cain was very well received here on thursday night when people had to be turned away at mulberry grove rec center...he seems to have the common sense leadership style which has served him well at corporate levels and on boards of many organizations. we could really use a man of his calibre to run our country and bring it back to economic and moral health.

Guest 05-22-2011 06:35 AM

Cain has zero chance.

Guest 05-22-2011 07:26 AM

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Posted by Guest (Post 356244)
Cain has zero chance.

I honestly believe you to be correct on this one.

Xavier :wave:

Guest 05-22-2011 08:27 AM

I agree completely that Cain, while he may sound good, has no chance of receiving the Republican nomination.

Guest 05-22-2011 10:30 AM

He has top the list over all other GOP candidates.

Guest 05-22-2011 10:51 AM

Well, Rubicon, it is way too early to say who will be the Republican candidate for President and VP. Actually, too early to say if Joe Biden will be invited to stick on for Democrat VP.

If the GOP wants a chance to win, they will not pick Cain, Palin, Bachmann, or any wing-nuts. They will have to go with someone more middle of the road.

Guest 05-22-2011 11:05 AM

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Posted by Guest (Post 356346)
Well, Rubicon, it is way too early to say who will be the Republican candidate for President and VP. Actually, too early to say if Joe Biden will be invited to stick on for Democrat VP.

If the GOP wants a chance to win, they will not pick Cain, Palin, Bachmann, or any wing-nuts. They will have to go with someone more middle of the road.

The majority of Americans don't desire "middle of the road". They desire a strong true American leader espousing strong traditional American values who will bring America back from the brink of disaster. That's the man or woman who will rise to the top. There's lots of time yet.

Guest 05-22-2011 11:31 AM

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Posted by Guest (Post 356351)
The majority of Americans don't desire "middle of the road". They desire a strong true American leader espousing strong traditional American values who will bring America back from the brink of disaster. That's the man or woman who will rise to the top. There's lots of time yet.

I agree with you, but you are a little confused - you're thinking of the 2008 election. Yes we can.

Xavier

Guest 05-22-2011 11:47 AM

You also had a feeling
 
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Posted by Guest (Post 356218)
He's going to make it interesting. I have a feeling.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6E0ZC...bedded#at=1624

that Christine O'Donnell would win, and that Palin could win the presidency. I have a feeling that your feelings are based on wishful thinking.

Guest 05-22-2011 12:42 PM

I had forgotten about Christine O'Donnell. Have not heard anything about her recently. Maybe she and her coven went for a long broomstick ride.

The majority of Americans do desire middle of the road. Of course, on this forum, it seems that the best candidates would espouse the characteristics of Juan Peron and Francisco Franco. Well, Michelle Bachmann seems to be holding many of their characteristics right now. Sarah Palin is doing a good job also (but either of them would have to look up those names in their Funk & Wagnals).

Guest 05-22-2011 12:48 PM

Sorry, but we have stepped back
 
Quote:

Posted by Guest (Post 356351)
The majority of Americans don't desire "middle of the road". They desire a strong true American leader espousing strong traditional American values who will bring America back from the brink of disaster. That's the man or woman who will rise to the top. There's lots of time yet.

at least economically from the brink of disaster. We were on the brink of disaster in 2008 when it looked like our banking system was going to collapse, and we were in the worst recession in a generation.

Guest 05-22-2011 01:52 PM

Quote:

Posted by Guest (Post 356351)
The majority of Americans don't desire "middle of the road". They desire a strong true American leader espousing strong traditional American values who will bring America back from the brink of disaster. That's the man or woman who will rise to the top. There's lots of time yet.

I might agree with the "strong leader" but disagree that we are on the brink of disaster and that Americans don't want "middle of the road". A wingnut like Bachmann or Palin or even Santorum have zero chance. Zero. :doh:

Guest 05-22-2011 02:09 PM

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Posted by Guest (Post 356373)
that Christine O'Donnell would win, and that Palin could win the presidency. I have a feeling that your feelings are based on wishful thinking.

I don't remember thinking O'Donnell would win; for a while it was close and I was hoping. I do admire Palin, but I don't think she could win because of the media frenzy she elicits every time she surfaces.

I'm still am extremely flattered to be the focus of so much liberal angst on this forum. Thank You.

Guest 05-22-2011 02:10 PM

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Posted by Guest (Post 356408)
I might agree with the "strong leader" but disagree that we are on the brink of disaster and that Americans don't want "middle of the road". A wingnut like Bachmann or Palin or even Santorum have zero chance. Zero. :doh:

Wing-nut comments leave me discounting your opinion.


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