Tag: Herman Cain

Is Herman Cain for real?

Is Herman Cain for real?

This election is going to be brutal. The premise of this election can be summed up in one word “VICTIM.”

Who is the biggest victim? Is it the latino’s, gays, blacks, asians, liberals/progressives, grandpa’s and grandma’s…ets…

The election is about victimhood. IF you can claim you are being unfairly treated by government or religious entities you can get the media to hype it up. Well, unless you’re muslim then it’s a given… Christian’s will continue to be the target of any religious fight and it’s a fight we’re not good at because at our core we believe in the power of the people with the help of GOD. Sitting in a corner claiming to be a victim and shouting “Poor me” in protest is not a christian trait nor is suicide/homicide for political/religious reasons… But I digress…

Herman Cain is the real deal as far as different from the established GOP. I like Rick Perry even though he’s got a bit of the establishment ingrained in him. Cain has something going for him that NONE of the others do. He’s a BUSINESS MAN… Oh and he’s a black man… Oh crap now I’m racist… wait, he’s the GOP candidate so am I racist? damn it…. confused I am.

Cain would eliminate any SERIOUS talk of racism and bring all issues and contrasts to the forefront. IF Cain faces Obama the election becomes “What has Obama done for you” vs “What will Cain do for you” The election would have to focus on what kind of job has Obama done, and what kind of record does Cain have creating jobs. Cain can pull 15-20% of the black vote with the right messaging. And he’d get the vote from independents as well as a large portion of latino’s who voted for Obama.

CAIN can beat Obama. As of right now as I see what’s coming down the road NOBODY else can keep the discussion on the issues. All the others are “Rich, White, racists looking to hang folks from trees or something”..

I’m keeping my sidebar support for Perry as is for now but I’m also saying I will fully support Herman Cain for POTUS in 2012.

Who Really Won the GOP Debate Last Night?

Who Really Won the GOP Debate Last Night?

Well, I gotta say the TEA PARTY won that debate. Mmmm. Think about it.

The Questions the moderator asked were pretty much “Gotcha” questions for the CNN audience. Along with the “This or That” pretty much sums up the intelligence of the CNN audience. Regardless of the questions, or the dumbassery of the moderator, the TEA PARTY took a giant step forward in the debate. Why you ask? Simple… They all moved RIGHT. The entire field because of the addition of Bachmann, Cain and Paul moved RIGHT.

Newt, Romney and Santorum all had to make statements that basically contradict their past records. They know that in order to have a chance in 2012, they must offer America a choice. Dem or Dem light is NOT A CHOICE. The Republicans are on solid ground, they have a chance to actually regain power and prove they have learned from their mistakes.

All they have to do is keep the basics at the forefront. The basics are what works, it’s what has always worked and will continue to work. You must get the government out of our lives, you must lower the burden on the people and increase the responsibility OF the PEOPLE.

All of the candidates on the stage talked a good game. Any of them would be better than our current POTUS. We have a choice to put the BEST of the bunch against Obama lets not pick wrong. As of right now I’m endorsing Bachmann, Cain and to tell you truth Tim Pawlenty would be fine with me too. Now if Rick Perry runs, he’s added to the list.

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Lets build the perfect GOP 2012 Candidate.

Lets build the perfect GOP 2012 Candidate.

Since I’m seriously unhappy about the current field of the GOP Presidential race. I thought I’d take a shot and finding GOOD things about them and trying to mold a perfect candidate.

Let’s start with Mitt Romney: His best assets are he’s well known, his experience and his appearance.

Newt Gingrich: Um, well he’s very well known. He’s also got a lot of connections in the beltway.

Ron Paul: His fiscal discipline is pretty much unrivaled in his votes, his disgust for the fed.

Herman Cain: His business sense, his stance on Israel, his newness.

Tim Pawlenty: His experience, his record, his stance on Abortion.

Gary Johnson: Um… Well.. There’s….Um… Whew. Can’t find much positive there.

Tom Miller: Well he’s a career flight attendant, and he wants small government.

Rick Santorum: He’s a good speaker, seems to be pretty articulate and knows the issues.

For shits and giggles lets throw in some “Potential” candidates:

Michelle Bachman: A woman, a staunch conservative, fiscal hawk and pro Israel.

John Bolton: Experienced in REAL WORLD affairs, tough on anti-Israel opponents

Paul Ryan: Fiscally superior to ALL in the running right now. Smart and articulate.

Sarah Palin: Female, HOT, Very pro-military, very pro-Israel, pro-second Amendment, Pro Hunting.

Rick Perry: Pro 2nd Amendment, Good record running Texas, is a Texan.

Now lets build the perfect candidate:

The perfect candidate would have ALL the best parts of the above with NONE of the baggage or record of idiocy that some of these have.

The perfect candidate would be:

A very hot, well known, Jewish black woman gynecologist who ran her own business, sports  a gray mustache and perfect black hair, was a very articulate speaker, against abortion, was pro-second Amendment, was born in Texas, hunted big game, traveled the world,  and had several connections in DC…

Needless to say that is not going to happen so the best we can hope for is the one person I left off the list. Allen West.

One things for sure, if we wait for the perfect conservative candidate we’ll be always waiting. IF we don’t pick a decent one Obama will get 4 more years to destroy 200 years worth of progress…. 3rd world nation status is assured if Obama gets another term.



2012 Republican Election Field expands…

2012 Republican Election Field expands…

But not ONE of them have my full undying support. Very Very Sad.

I love the “Pre-campaign” speeches, they are saying all the right things… But I’m a seriously disenfranchised voter. I’m a disgusted voter, I’m an angry voter.

Herman Cain entered the race today. Good. We need more in the running. Because the current crop SUCKS. When a 2 yr old child puts his hand on the stove and burns his hand he learns real quick DON’T DO THAT AGAIN. I wish the American people were smarter than 2 year olds.

I don’t want “Moderation” anymore. I don’t want “Compromise” anymore, I don’t give a good damn about “Working with the other side” the other side has proven their skills, their ideals, and their direction is an utter failure. WHY COMPROMISE? Kids need discipline and the democrats need a time out.

IF we can’t get a better crop of candidates in 2012 for POTUS, we will have to push for majorities in the Senate and hope to hold the gains in the house. IF we have veto over ride power in congress then Obama can’t affect too much “Change/Ruin” That may be the only hope we have as I see it.