So far I have liked what Cain has said with exception to release of BL photos and his answer regarding whether we should be in Afghanistan or other military actions. Just seems that even if he does not have the top secret intelligence regarding why we are involved in these military ventures, he should still have somewhat of an opinion. He seemed to dodge giving us his point of view.
How could anyone that does not have access to The Pentagon, Langley AFB, Ft. Meade, MacDill AFB, Norfolk NB, or Offut AFB ever hope to have an opinion about prosecuting a war. Cain has had the only reasoned response to this kind of question.
posted on 05/05/2011 7:39:30 PM PDT
( In the Shadow of The Big Chicken!)
Cain’s foreign policy answers were reasoned, technically correct, but weak.
I think voters will want him to take a stand.
I do think he’s the clear winner of the debate though.
posted on 05/05/2011 7:42:28 PM PDT
(My post is less racist than your teleprompter.)
I really liked Santorum’s answer about Newt (though I don’t care for either of them).
I liked a lot of what Paul and Johnson said- drugs aside.
posted on 05/05/2011 7:42:36 PM PDT
by SE Mom
(Proud mom of an Iraq war combat vet)
There is enough information for all of us to have an opinion on military actions. Sorry, don’t agree with you. If he did not give an opinion so as to not have to backtrack later fine, but he DOES have an opinion, he just chose not to state it.
posted on 05/05/2011 7:49:22 PM PDT
(Bless us Father.. have mercy on us and protect us from evil.)
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