Cain's Candidacy Debate - Huntington, WV

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Should Herman Cain drop out of the presidential race?

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Level 6

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#1 Dec 2, 2011
It's like the GOP wants Obama to have four more years. Their candidates are either not electable or they self destruct.

Level 5

Since: Oct 11

Arlington, TX

#2 Dec 2, 2011
I'm not supporting Cain, because I really don't know the real story...but it seems to me that it doesn't really matter either way. The liberal media is going to try their best to destroy any GOP candidate using true OR false information. Whatever it takes to tow the party line.
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#3 Dec 2, 2011
sempron wrote:
I'm not supporting Cain, because I really don't know the real story...but it seems to me that it doesn't really matter either way. The liberal media is going to try their best to destroy any GOP candidate using true OR false information. Whatever it takes to tow the party line.
Cain was seamingly intelligent and credible, even though I thought his tax plan was unworkable. Perry and Bachman though? They come off as complete buffoons. Romney is a Mormon and therefore not going to get elected in Amurika any time soon. Gingrich, well, guess he's their new great hope now. The only way this would have been better is with Palin in the race.

Honestly I don't see how the media needed to twist this sad tale in any direction toile the GOP candidates look bad, they are great at it with no help.

Level 5

Since: Oct 11

Arlington, TX

#4 Dec 2, 2011
YFNA wrote:
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Cain was seamingly intelligent and credible, even though I thought his tax plan was unworkable. Perry and Bachman though? They come off as complete buffoons. Romney is a Mormon and therefore not going to get elected in Amurika any time soon. Gingrich, well, guess he's their new great hope now. The only way this would have been better is with Palin in the race.
Honestly I don't see how the media needed to twist this sad tale in any direction toile the GOP candidates look bad, they are great at it with no help.
And as bad as they all seem, none of them have PROVEN to be a thorn in America's side...like Obama. He did everything exactly opposite of the way he should have, and the economy and unemployment numbers just go to prove it (along with his decline in supporters.)

I agree that the republicans haven't come up with a good candidate, however, every single one of these rejects has a good chance of being WAY better for America than what we have.

Also, I think Bachman is ok. Hell, if she doesn't do a good job, it will still be better than what we have. Plus, she's kinda hot!!!!
Marco

Huntington, WV

#5 Dec 2, 2011
The liberal media sure takes it easy on them democrats. Slick willy never made the news,John Kerry wasn't Swift Boated, Gary Hart and John Edwards got a free pass. I'm sure those woman who have accused Cain were all dragged out of seclusion by MSNBC. Idiot!!!!

Jeebus, does anyone think anymore??
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Workin man

Penn Laird, VA

#7 Dec 2, 2011
It does'nt matter if Cain runs or not.No one will beat Obama.John Boehner and Mitch Mcconnell are making sure of that by voting down everything Obama tries to do.The American people see that it in the GOP's best interest for the economy to stay bad,yet they continue fighting for the wealthy.This will come back to bite them in November.
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#8 Dec 2, 2011
I'm in no way taking up for Obama, nor do I want another four years under him. I just dont think anyone in the GOP candidate brigade can beat him. I wish the dem party would have nominated someone else, hehe.

Level 5

Since: Oct 11

United States

#9 Dec 2, 2011
A study (by a liberal university in CA, no less) determined that all major news networks were liberally biased...including FOX. Look it up.

The stories involving Bill Clinton, for instance, provides an excellent case-in-point. His presidency survived multiple scandals because the liberal media countered his bad stories with more good ones. They also refused to allow the Swift Boat Vets to voice their story about Kerry. They did, however, air multiple stories that portrayed them in a negative light.

Having said that, I still agree that the GOP needs stronger candidates. The problem is that they keep trying to pick moderates to pandering to the left. Americans are tired of tax-and-spend socialists, though. So the RNC is alienated their voter base.
Workin man

Penn Laird, VA

#10 Dec 3, 2011
Clinton's sex scandal was publicized more than anything Cain has done.It did'nt bring him down because he fought hard for the middle class and had the economy booming.People don't forget that the economy tanked under Bush,not Clinton,or Obama.The GOP's only strategy is now to vote down anything Obama tries to stimulate the economy,in hopes that it will remain stagnate,and cost him re-election.Pretty sad.
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Level 1

Since: Nov 11

Dayton, OH

#12 Dec 9, 2011
He shouldn't allow this bump to get in his way of a presidential run. I feel he is a promising candidate

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