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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #10 on: November 01, 2011, 11:16:12 AM »
I do not understand how one could be for both Obama and Paul. Their philosophies of government are almost in polar opposition to each other. However they are both committed to reduced military activity and spending so that is a positive both men share.

Herman Cain is an empty suit who thus far does not appear willing (or able) to provide any deeper discussion regarding how he would approach governing from the highest office in the land. He is merely a source of hope and change (ha!) for those Republicans who have not warmed to Romney. Make no mistake the Grand Ol Party is mired in a rut and it does not appear they will be able to extricate themselves any time soon.

I described Obama the same way in 2008. That is, he was an empty suit.
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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #11 on: November 01, 2011, 11:20:27 AM »
Yes. I think people are so eager to find someone that any newcomer about whom not much is known will get a boost from that. I also think that Romney is not as appealing because has already run once and lost.
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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #12 on: November 01, 2011, 11:27:16 AM »
For me, it's Ron Paul or Obama.  Two completely different people, but the only ones worthy.  To hell with Cain.  Who the fuck is this guy anyways?  Why does he get more attention than Ron Paul?

Oh well.  Republicans don't have a chance.  Looks like four more years of Obama.  By then Ron Paul will be on his death bed.

Sure they do. If the economy does not improve Obama is toast.

It's a stalemate either way.  The American people are sheep, but they are not completely dumb.  They know republicans are just as responsible for the lack of progress as democrats are.  The big turn-off for the left wing is the fact that Obama is engaging in more wars than Bush has.  But the irony is that war is producing more results on Obama's watch than they did on Bush's.

The economy is the big issue.  But people also realize the economy suffered before a democrat took office.  I would say the election could come close.

Liberals adore Ron Paul.  If the right wing really wanted to win, they would weaken the competition by drawing voters away from the left wing base.  That would be people like me.  And there's a shitload of spunkloafs out there.

But if the right wing mocks a lefty trend by putting a black person at the forefront of the discussion all the time, no matter how the right tries to justify it any other way, then they are going to lose.  Obama will win the Black Wars.

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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #13 on: November 01, 2011, 11:30:42 AM »
For me, it's Ron Paul or Obama.  Two completely different people, but the only ones worthy.  To hell with Cain.  Who the fuck is this guy anyways?  Why does he get more attention than Ron Paul?

Oh well.  Republicans don't have a chance.  Looks like four more years of Obama.  By then Ron Paul will be on his death bed.

Sure they do. If the economy does not improve Obama is toast.

It's a stalemate either way.  The American people are sheep, but they are not completely dumb.  They know republicans are just as responsible for the lack of progress as democrats are.  The big turn-off for the left wing is the fact that Obama is engaging in more wars than Bush has.  But the irony is that war is producing more results on Obama's watch than they did on Bush's.

The economy is the big issue.  But people also realize the economy suffered before a democrat took office.  I would say the election could come close.

Liberals adore Ron Paul.  If the right wing really wanted to win, they would weaken the competition by drawing voters away from the left wing base.  That would be people like me.  And there's a shitload of spunkloafs out there.

But if the right wing mocks a lefty trend by putting a black person at the forefront of the discussion all the time, no matter how the right tries to justify it any other way, then they are going to lose.  Obama will win the Black Wars.

Thankfully, no one would try such a foolish strategy. No offense but trying to draw off left wing kooks is a losing one.

As for blacks, the GOP shouldn't even pay attention to them.
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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #14 on: November 01, 2011, 11:56:45 AM »
For me, it's Ron Paul or Obama.  Two completely different people, but the only ones worthy.  To hell with Cain.  Who the fuck is this guy anyways?  Why does he get more attention than Ron Paul?

Oh well.  Republicans don't have a chance.  Looks like four more years of Obama.  By then Ron Paul will be on his death bed.


Sure they do. If the economy does not improve Obama is toast.


It's a stalemate either way.  The American people are sheep, but they are not completely dumb.  They know republicans are just as responsible for the lack of progress as democrats are.  The big turn-off for the left wing is the fact that Obama is engaging in more wars than Bush has.  But the irony is that war is producing more results on Obama's watch than they did on Bush's.

The economy is the big issue.  But people also realize the economy suffered before a democrat took office.  I would say the election could come close.

Liberals adore Ron Paul.  If the right wing really wanted to win, they would weaken the competition by drawing voters away from the left wing base.  That would be people like me.  And there's a shitload of spunkloafs out there.

But if the right wing mocks a lefty trend by putting a black person at the forefront of the discussion all the time, no matter how the right tries to justify it any other way, then they are going to lose.  Obama will win the Black Wars.


Thankfully, no one would try such a foolish strategy. No offense but trying to draw off left wing kooks is a losing one.

As for blacks, the GOP shouldn't even pay attention to them.




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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #15 on: November 01, 2011, 12:06:51 PM »
He's from Minnesota!  ;D
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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #16 on: November 01, 2011, 12:18:08 PM »
If liberals are afraid of Cain (which they clearly are) then that means he's doing the right things!
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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #17 on: November 01, 2011, 12:19:39 PM »
1. He's black.  It worked for democrats.
2. His last name reminds us of the last GOP presidential candidate
3. He takes attention away from Ron Paul.

What you wrote really shocks me. Its not really the content, its that you can count to three.
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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #18 on: November 01, 2011, 12:25:03 PM »
If liberals are afraid of Cain (which they clearly are) then that means he's doing the right things!

What I find most abhorrent is the hypocrisy of liberals who turn a blind eye to the Uncle Tom and race traitor remarks so often directed toward black conservatives/Republicans. Can you imagine the nuclear fallout if white candidates refrred to one another as race traitors?
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Re: Reasons to vote for Cain
« Reply #19 on: November 01, 2011, 04:19:12 PM »
1. He's black.  It worked for democrats.
2. His last name reminds us of the last GOP presidential candidate
3. He takes attention away from Ron Paul.

What you wrote really shocks me. Its not really the content, its that you can count to three.

Oh look, it's the little bitch again.  How's it goin?  You wont be so shocked by my abilities once you learn to do it also. ;)

 


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