Skip to comments.Will The Hermanator Run?
Posted on 04/20/2010 9:28:03 AM PDT by Bill Knowles
A few days ago at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans, WSB radio host, Conservative leader and native Georgian Herman Cain addressed the crowd. Anyone who has ever heard Herman give a speech knows that he doesnt merely speak to a crowd - he inspires a crowd. This day was certainly no different. In normal Hermanator (the nickname given to him by his supporters) style, Cain gave a rousing speech in which he talked about reclaiming and defending the American dream, admonished President Obama and his administration for not adhering to the U. S. Constitution or the Declaration of Independence, and emphasized keeping a unified Republican Party among many other topics that kept the capacity crowd whooping and hollering throughout the entire 17 minute speech. (All of which, by the way, was done without the aid of teleprompters.) Cain finished his speech, headed away from the podium and began shaking hands with many members of the crowd. He then returned to the podium and with one statement got the loudest ovation of his speech as he stated that there were many great leaders that were in attendance in the SRLC and that several of them would be trying to reclaim the White House for Republicans in 2012, but as you get to 2011, remember there are a lot of people who might be interested in seeking the Republican nomination, but I want you to remember one thing. There might also be a dark horse candidate that you dont know about. And he turned and walked away as the crowd went nuts.
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I have really liked Herman Cain since I first hear him.
The man has a TON of common sense (among other things). ;-)
...since I first HEARD him...
I hope he runs for SOMETHING!!! I LOVE me some Herman! We need more real men like him and Allen West.
Cain/Palin (or Palin/Cain) 2012!
The Hermanator and the Barracuda (they wouldn’t know what hit them)
There ya go! (I was looking for your banner!)
The Republicans who have made these donations have their hearts in the right place, but this district will never elect a Republican. Their money would better donated elsewhere.
I have a friend that got to see him @ a tea-party rally in northern Michigan this past weekend.
My friend tells me the Herminator said:
He is prayerfully considering a run for the POTUS !