Sunday, December 19, 2010

Herman Cain: Obama's Nightmare!


There's been a lot of Herman Cain buzz in the conservative mediasphere lately. Without further ado, here are the highlights:


[Cain] is known among conservative circles because of his role in helping fight Clinton’s version of nationalized healthcare in 1994 ― that’s when he became a conservative legend. As the President of Godfathers Pizza at the time, he challenged Bill Clinton personally to a town hall style debate/meeting and [Clinton] accepted. The result? Cain pointed out the flaws in the plan when he bold face asked Clinton what he should say to workers he could no longer afford to keep on staff due to the increased health care costs from the “employer mandate.” Clinton said that there would be a number of subsidies for small businessmen to which Cain replied, “Quite honestly, your calculation is inaccurate…In the competitive marketplace it simply doesn’t work that way.” This helped reshape the debate...
The Clintons would later blame "Harry and Louise," the fictional couple in the ads aired by the insurance industry, for undermining health reform. But the real saboteurs are named Herman and John.
OBAMA'S WORST NIGHTMARE IS.... Our friend Herman Cain!
Herman Cain is everything that Barack Obama is not ― a seasoned man of faith... an experienced business executive, a natural communicator...
Although Herman Cain is not a household name, he is one of the most electric and inspiring conservatives whose name is being floated around for 2012. Among those of us who live and breathe politics, we all know too well that Cain can engage an audience and give a speech like no one else. A professional businessman and conservative talk radio host, Cain is slowly gaining traction as a person to take seriously as a candidate for president.
Cain is conservative through and through, and he really knows how to work a crowd. Stacy McCain noticed that even Allahpundit is considering climbing aboard Herman Cain 2012 bandwagon. He can count me in, too. Not only is Cain a true conservative with a gift for public speaking, he also has an impressive resume.
Cain, who on Friday is scheduled to appear on Greta Van Susteren’s show on Fox News, has been traveling to early caucus and primary states like Iowa and New Hampshire to reach out to grassroots movement and potential donors.

If Cain decides to run, he’ll certainly face high hurdles in getting attention in a race that could include Republican stars like former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.

But his visits to early primary states appear to be paying off....
Sayeth Tim Albrecht "a Terry Branstad aide who knows his way around the politics of the first caucus..."
Prediction: Herman Cain is going to have some serious legs when he begins visiting Iowa.
News from New Hampshire:
Veteran GOP operative and former congressional staffer David Tille has become active on behalf of conservative author and potential presidential hopeful Herman Cain. Tille drove Cain during Cain’s visit to the Manchester GOP Christmas Party last Friday and plans follow-up meetings with Cain’s camp.

I like Cain a lot, and he is one of those possible candidates that I would love to be able to choose from. We have several very exciting candidates and I hope the Republican leadership will stay the Hell out-of-the-way and let Republican voters decide who OUR choice is! Herman Cain 2012? Bring that on!
It pleases me that Herman Cain seems to be leaning closer to running for president. Even if he doesn’t win the nomination his presence will push the debate in the direction it needs to go.
People who meet Herman Cain become Cain boosters.
I haven't met Herman Cain yet, but I first blogged about Cain in July of 2009 after hearing him speak at an Atlanta-area tea party that I attended. He broadcast his radio show live from the tea party and his presentation was phenomenal. On my long drive after the tea party, I listened to a repeat broadcast of the show and I coordinated my stops with the commercial breaks so I hear it all again without missing a minute. Cain's message was that good!

If there's any room for doubt about what this blogger thinks about Herman Cain, let me be clear: Herman Cain 2012!


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5 comments:

Teresa said...

I hope that Herman Cain runs in 2012. I would vote for him in a heartbeat.

Just a conservative girl said...

I have seen him speak on numerous occassions. He can get a crowd going. He is very smart and really can articulate conservative views.

I am not sure he can win the nomination, but he will drive the debate.

LOVE HIM

Run Herman Run

Proof said...

I like Cain. I agree with Jcg. Even if he doesn't get the nomination, he should at least help focus the debate and help keep the other. candidates honest.

Mark Adams said...

Interesting, to say the least. I have heard some positive things about Cain, and thus far he looks like he could climb over other potential candidates as he moves on up in the spotlight.
I need to deep digs this guy in hopes I don't find any baggage along the way.

The Lonely Conservative said...

Thanks for the link! Run, Herman, Run!!! And a Merry Christmas, too!