Skip to comments.Herman Cain is back [ Lynn Sweet ]
Posted on 01/02/2012 6:50:17 PM PST by SunkenCiv
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So is he in or out?
What to make of this?
Well of course he’s black! What’s the big deal?
Go away, Herman.
What is with this guy? A major new initiative? What is that supposed to mean?
Cain announcing new movement this week.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwIvBNsSywQ
Turn him over, he is done on that side.
Does he think these women will just go away? Not likely, they will be back too. The media is digging them up even as we speak.
You cannot turn a campaign off and on like a spigot.
If anything, he destroys the mantra of the libs that has been foisted upon idiot voters for the last 50+ years....ergo, that is why he must be defeated at all cost.
I got the email that this article refers to. Here’s an excerpt they didn’t include:
“Can you imagine being part of a force which radically changes the direction of our country? I’m talking about a real, honest, and formidable organization dedicated to the goal of returning the power of our government back into the hands of the citizens - where it belongs! This goal is attainable. Stay tuned to find out how you can become involved.”
Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t that the Tea Party’s modus operandi? What could Herman Cain’s “movement” possible offer that the Tea Party doesn’t?
If he wanted to make a difference, Herman should have endorsed someone other than Romney so that conservatives would have a candidate to rally behind.
Well I miss Herman Cain’s enthusiasm - there isn’t another candidate that made me so passionate and enthused about the 2012 Election.
I just have not found another person to support. I am part of The Anybody But Obama crowd right now.
Why, because Herman Cain is our leader? :)
I’m happy that he let us make our own decisions, rather than endorsing someone.
Course, I’d much rather have Herman back in again.
A new 9-9-9:
Every man gets 9 wives, 9 mistresses, and 9 one night stands.
He should stick around and fight if he has the stomach for it, even if he’s just nursing a personal grudge.
It means: "I miss all the attention. Look at me."
Kind of surprised to hear you say that.
Cain has a lot to add to the current discussion...why do you want to tune him out?
He is no threat to the current mix except for the elitist.
The Tea Party was all about getting the "political insiders out" and electing some one fresh, yes?
I don't care if you have been here since 1999, that is straight up stupid.
Right now the Tea Party needs someone like Herman Cain. At least in my area of the USA there is not much synergy like there was in 2010. Maybe it will show up once a candidate is decided upon .
Paul, Bachman, Newt, Perry and Santoum are claiming they are the Tea Party Candidate-but the unorganized tea party folks, like me, have not raised our voices.
Dear John (I mean Herman),
I have moved on.
For several weeks I was hoping you would stand up and fight for us.
When you didn’t I flirted with Newt and even reconsidered Perry for a brief moment.
However, now I am with Santorum and am happy.
He is steady and consistent and it is what I need in my life at the moment.
I do not wish you ill.
In fact, I wish you well.
PS I hope we can still be friends.
Spot on. Maybe, just maybe he is supporting the tea party by augmenting their “operandi”. He is not establishment and he did not endorse Romney this cycle as some other poster implied, he ran against him.
Lots of establishment monkeys lurking here lately.
Reserving judgment here.
If he wants to get back into the race — and if I am convinced he is going to STAY in — I’ll be delighted.
I do seem to recall he “suspended” his campaign, he didn’t end it. So, technically speaking, he never left.
However, I am going to be less than pleased if he just plans to sit on the sidelines to yap at the parade.
We have enough pundits, analysts and backseat drivers. We need leaders.
Hmm. Either people are demanding their donations back or book sales are down. Maybe he can’t get his radio gig back and no one has offered him the vp slot or Secretary of Defense. I guess there are all kinds of reasons someone would want to “regain the spotlight” during the most critical of times.
That is Newt’s platform - boy I wish Mrs. Newt #3 would have a hair out of place at least one day! That GOP rich lady hair is not helping Newt. Maybe I am just too optic. When I see her I see her head in Newt’s croch on the Cogressional parking lot.
Cain $$$ simply $$$ needs $$$ to $$$ go $$$ away $$$ .
He’s not our leader, no, but an endorsement would have helped draw conservatives to a particular candidate.
Conservatives are in desperate need of unity. You’ll be as angry as me if Romney wins the nomination because conservatives split the vote too many ways. There’s nothing admirable about sitting on your hands when you have the potential to make a difference.
My frustration isn’t directed toward Herman Cain in particular, though. Just thought I’d clear that up. I actually like what he stands for, but I think he’s going about everything the wrong way.
Sure, but I wouldn’t say those are necessarily “dishonorable” reasons.
Damn, you don’t even try to hide it do you?
I second that. He's just another quitter.
Liberals get in trouble and they fight back. Conservatives get in trouble and they quit. Then they preach from the sidelines.
I'm just not interested in what a quitter has to say.
You know, I really get a kick out of you keyboard warriors.
Where the hell are you standing up>? Let us all see you get attacked for things that didn't even occur
Get on a stage and bear the ridicule, scrutiny and anal intrusion these people do.
You think you are so tough, step up to the plate or STFU.
Where are you big boy saving this Country?
Bring it on fool.....we'll pick your ass apart too.....
I’m just as frusterated as you, but I’d rather he did not endorse anyone. Especially not after how he went out.
Booo hoo, what have you done?
Can you get on a stage and stand up....I think not.
When you do, let us all know, your candy a$$ will be here for the taking, we'll all watch you fold up like a cheap suit.
Ditto that....I get a kick out of the criticisms here too from the keyboard warriors....ooh, I want him to save me, he let me down, she didn't do blah blah blah.
Disgusting how this primary turned out of FR.
I am, to say the least, a bit confused by your comments. Are you saying that because I was never a presidential candidate, I should be forbidden from criticizing a presidential candidate?
By that logic, since I was never President of the United States, should I be forbidden from criticizing Obama?
By the way, I was a huge Cain supporter. He should have stayed and fought the charges against him. The Republic needed him to stay in the fight. As a candidate, his words carried weight. Now he is just another cricket chirping on the sidelines.
No, what I am say is that before you criticize with such bold accusations is that maybe you should have the guts to step into the fire.
Can you even imagine what it must be like, to fall under the fire of the press, your life, you values? Could you defend them any better than the current crop of candidates?
We all sit here and wonder why we don't have good people run for office, I am suggesting that no one need to look past this forum to answer that question.
Absolutely! We better start circling the wagons.
Herman Cain has delusions of grandeur.
“Absolutely! We better start circling the wagons.”
If we don’t, we will be giving the whole thing to Obama.
There is a lot of truth in that. The mainstream media folks are experts at utterly destroying conservative candidates while protecting liberal ones.
Nevertheless, we need conservative leaders to take that licking and then keep on ticking. I'm not talking about you, me, or the barber down the street. I'm talking about our leaders.
Let me give you an example. Cain's 9-9-9 plan was not perfect, but it was good, very good.
While Cain was a candidate, people talked about that plan, not only on national TV, but around the water cooler at work. Cain was making a difference! Maybe that awful tax code really could be reformed! And the longer Cain remained a national figure, the more 9-9-9 influenced the national discussion.
Then Cain quit. I'm sure he had his reasons, but when he quit, 9-9-9 became just a footnote in history.
What could have transformed the American tax system is now just a trivia question on Jeopardy. And that really bothers me.
One thing about the GOP...we do eat our own.
After the DC insiders snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, the outsiders feast on the leftovers.
It is what the GOP does best. :(
And there's only one candidate that the Establishment fears as they know he knows how to sweep them all into the dustbin of history.
He will not keep even ONE holdover from the current regime. The people he has mentioned for his administration so far are ALL non-establishment and ALL Constitutional knowledgeable, American loving, people who come FROM the people - like Reagan - raised in regular American homes, not with silver spoons and and entitlement attitude.
These are the people Newt has signaled he wants:
As VP = Col Allen West
As SOS = John Bolton
On the energy problem = Palin
and what if he picked Cain for economics?
Heads would explode! Not only the Socialists would be choking, but the Establishment Republicans.
And the country would be on fire!
Very - Unfortunately, we have to stay in the fight. Unlike in the days of the Pilgrim Fathers - there are no more lands to escape to establish a life of freedom.
Exactly, and he doesn't need to be a Presidential candidate to do so. I'm hoping he'll continue to hammer the issue of the economy, and how the Democrats have truly ruined it.