To: Happy Rain
I have family in Atlanta and elsewhere in GA and they are all crazy about Cain. He's a straight-talker and that's what Georgians like.
They also like Perry!
Everyone likes their homies. You don’t think Perry’s going to win TX? Bachmann in IA? Romney in NH?
Everyone likes their homies, everyone except Tennessee that is, they were smart enough to vote against Al Gore in 2000.
posted on 08/20/2011 6:42:07 AM PDT
(This Administration has absolutely no idea how to grow an economy)
Well,of course the Sarah Palin factor still keeps everything in flux—but as it is now Cain is pretty popular here in South Carolina too and with our “famously racist” white folk.
Our black folk,and we have more as a percentage of our population than any other state except Mississippi...well,EVERYONE knows how THEY are going to vote so they don't count anyway.
So far it's Bachman,Cain and then Perry in my circles—but Perry just got started and he's sounding pretty good.
Sans Palin of course.
posted on 08/20/2011 6:49:48 AM PDT
by Happy Rain
("11/4/2008: The day America elected a pyromaniac in the middle of a fire storm.")
...... >>>>Former U.S Ambassador to Canada David Wilkins will join the Texas governor at a campaign stop at Tommy’s Country Ham House in Wilkins’ hometown of Greenville, said Katon Dawson, former South Carolina GOP chairman who is leading Perry’s campaign efforts in the state.
Wilkins was a top fundraiser for George W. Bush in his critical 2000 presidential primary win over John McCain. He served as Bush’s state campaign chairman in 2004.
Longtime South Carolina Republican campaign consultant Chip Felkel said this endorsement is a sign that Perry is on a roll in the state that has a reputation for choosing the eventual Republican presidential nominee.<<<<.....
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