Skip to comments.2012 Iowa Republican Caucus (Cain 28% Romney 21% Paul 10%)
Posted on 10/20/2011 9:18:58 AM PDT by justsaynomore
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Pinging the Cain Train!
Dick Morris defends 999 (stood up to O’Reilly last night too, I heard)
Cain: ‘Darts and Arrows Never Felt So Good’ (Cain on Greta last night)
NBC News/Marist Poll 2012 South Carolina (Cain 30%, Romney 26%, Perry 9%, Gingrich 6%)
Herman Cain and Piers Morgan interview
Herman Cain and Our 9-9-9 Plan Will Defeat Barrack Obama (email from HC campaign)
OMG! BOR gives SUPPORT for CAIN ON BOR FOX TV.
9-9-9 MAKES SENSE TO ME
Herman Cain: GOP Candidates “Getting On My Last Nerve”
Michael Steele predicts Romney-Cain ticket (blech)
Time for Herman Cain to turn the infomercial tour into a real presidential campaign
Can you believe that 28% of Republican caucus goers are going to vote for Cain? Hasn’t anyone told them that this is a race between Perry and Romney?
And where is Perry, by the way. It seems that Ron Paul is beating him in this poll to. Maybe that poll in Texas that has Cain and Paul beating Perry has some value after all...
GO HERMAN CAIN!!!
SAVE AMERICA NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!
NO to the CODE!!!
I am a little nervous about how much I am liking Cain. Everytime I hear him speak I like him more. I have been so dissappointed in the past with folks I thought were the right ones.
I am now starting to try and find some things he is weak on or that I don’t agree with so I can be objective and “balanced”.
He is my guy more and more every day.
(Of course, the Department of Defense would have to be on some kind of Ron Paul steath alert).
Cain doesn’t have an election machine in Iowa so it is not possible he could win. /sarc
But, but, but...how? The media said he wasn’t serious and couldn’t get the early states cuz he went on a book tour and wasn’t doing the traditional campaigning it took! How could the media ever be wrong? (sarc).
I don’t even agree that 9-9-9 is a great policy, but Cain is still my guy. He just has that effect on people.
Huckabee won the Iowa Caucus in ‘08, Does that tell you anything?
> I dont even agree that 9-9-9 is a great policy, but Cain
> is still my guy. He just has that effect on people.
I don’t feel great about 999, either, but Cain has been my choice since last Spring. He is still my choice.
I will not vote for Romney or any other media-picked RINO.
I will write-in Cain, and vote accordingly for the lower offices, with write-ins, if necessary.
NO - MORE - RINOs!
[ I dont even agree that 9-9-9 is a great policy, but Cain is still my guy. He just has that effect on people. ]
9-9-9 has a good chance of not passing if Cain becomes POTUS, but I adore all his other positions as well, even without 999 Cain is better than any other RINO.
[ Cain doesnt have an election machine in Iowa so it is not possible he could win. /sarc ]
They said the same about Palin when she was running for Governor.
Boy, won’t it be great if Romney gets “sounds-like-witch”-slapped right off the bat!
Iowans like most midwesterners, don’t go for the Texan style, and will not readily forgive smartest-guy Noot for his transgressions. Cain is not only an attractive candidate on his own, but he is the logical choice to become the anti-Romney.
And he’s got to the top slot without much money, without a huge organization, and without the RNC. Think about it.
First major poll I've seen that takes place after the most recent CNN debate. The sample is of likely Iowa Caucus voters. Very good results. Go Herman!
Yup!! Nothing put-on or false in this guy!!
You got to have a starting point to complete the journey.
Cain is the navigator and great helmsman for this.