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Should Herman Cain run in 2016??!!

BlueRepublican 2012/05/10 21:11:28
Yes, Herman Cain 2016
No, taxes do not need reform
None of the above
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Former Godfather's Pizza CEO Herman Cain burst into the national spotlight after resounding in the Florida straw poll. He received much support from Tea party voters. He is most well known for his BOLD tax plan proposal of 9-9-9.

No, 9-9-9 is not a limited time pizza offer, but a proposed 9% income, business and sales flat tax. It would be accompanied with a much needed reform to the current tax code.

After some accusations of infidelity by the media, Herman Cain sadly suspended his Presidential campaign. The book tour, however, continued.

I believe that tax reform is one of the most important issues to American's paycheck and bottom line. Herman Cain brought it back to the public discourse and even ignited some other creative proposals. Since then, tax reform seems to be overshadowed by the latest political opinion/gossip stories and forgotten about.

Many believe that Herman Cain never stood a chance and was simply trying to promote his book. They say his lack of political experience and knowledge of certain issues (ubeki-beki-beki-stan-stan!!) disqualified him from serious contendership.

Regardless of the outcome in this fall election, we need to keep the issue of tax reform alive. So if that means another run for the CAIN TRAIN in 2016, then....

Should Herman Cain run in 2016??!!
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  • DutchHeretic Native non-Ame... 2012/05/18 11:40:23 (edited)
    None of the above
    DutchHeretic Native non-American
    +14
    Where is his birth certificate ??

    I heard he was born in Mbulu Buala Land in central Africa, son an Mbulu woman and an exiled Rwandan Tutsi warrior and came to the US disguised as an illegal Mexican with pizza sunglasses...

    cain

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  • Sissy Muriel 2012/05/14 10:54:16
    Sissy
    +3
    Good grief, you MIGHT want to ask all the women he groped how "honorable" they thought him to be. Candidates today can hide nothing anymore. Do you think that JFK would have ever been selected had his life been scruitinzed? It doesn't seem to matter anymore how talented a candidate might be and how many good solutions he might present, if they have anything and I mean anything in their closet that pertains to them personally it will be used by either side. That's the world we live in and we better get used to it.
  • BlueRep... Sissy 2012/05/14 14:54:42
    BlueRepublican
    +3
    At least he was better than Gingrich who was leading the impeachment charge on Clinton's immoral behavior while simultaneously cheating on his wife.
  • Sissy BlueRep... 2012/05/15 11:42:28
    Sissy
    +3
    That seems to be the MO of the Republican Party. Hypocrisy, self-righteousness and a sanctimonious bar set so high that when it comes crashing down on their butts even then, they think its "okay" as long as its them. Go figure.
  • BlueRep... Sissy 2012/05/15 16:22:09
    BlueRepublican
    +1
    You're right Sissy. Let's both wish good luck to former Democratic VP candidate John Edwards in his ongoing corruption trial :-)
  • luvguins BlueRep... 2012/05/18 16:29:00
    luvguins
    +2
    Not exclusively party related, but men who can't think above their gonads or keep their woodies zipped.
  • Sissy BlueRep... 2012/05/19 13:08:27 (edited)
    Sissy
    I HOPE that the book gets thrown at Edwards. How the pinhead EVER thought he could keep his mistress and child a "secret" is beyond all reason. Had he gotten the nomination (and I very much supported his candidacy), this would have come out and we could have skipped the rest of the primary and gone straight to McCain's and the twit's innauguration.

    The thing is, you find no dem who has ever said like the Pubs have au nausium, that we were THEE ONLY Party of morals, Christianity and family values. That's where you get in a boatload of trouble because that bar you set so sanctimoniously high has come down time and time again on your hypocritical butts.
  • wysiwis 2012/05/13 15:12:21
    Yes, Herman Cain 2016
    wysiwis
    +1
    He should never have left THIS race to begin with! Whether or not Romney wins this year, Cain should run in "16"!
  • Wyzard 2012/05/13 13:38:30
    Yes, Herman Cain 2016
    Wyzard
    +1
    Sure why not....
  • TheTruth1313 2012/05/13 06:39:53
    Yes, Herman Cain 2016
    TheTruth1313
    +1
    It could be an interesting campaign.
  • Country Gentleman 2012/05/13 03:20:43
    None of the above
    Country Gentleman
    +2
    As much as I wanted Mr. Cain to be the Republican candidate, I cannot support him in 2016. My reason is that he failed to stay the course when accused of philandering. As yet I am not sure of whether he is guilty of those things of which he was accused. I fault him for fading under the attack, for not countering the attack if the accusations were false, or for failing to own up to what he did and pressing on regardless if what was said was true. I do not expect my candidates to be saints since they are human, but to be honest and correct their errant behavior.

    If this country survives until 2016 there is no possibility that he will be taken seriously as a leader whether Mr. Cain has a plan for tax reform or not. He has just become another voice yammering on the sidelines because he caved this time around.
  • VICTORIA 2012/05/13 03:19:17
    None of the above
    VICTORIA
    +4
    Oh! Please! Or if the GOP is desperate to find a token black- how about that good ole racist Allen West?
  • frank 2012/05/13 02:17:24
    No, taxes do not need reform
    frank
    +1
    What the Republicans need are some new faces running for president?
  • Sissy frank 2012/05/14 10:55:17 (edited)
    Sissy
    +2
    That's for sure, as well as solutions and alternatives that will address ALL of the citizens in this country, not just the few as they're wont to do.
  • frank Sissy 2012/05/14 16:12:13
    frank
    +1
    Can't argue that.
  • Dandydon 2012/05/13 01:54:35
    None of the above
    Dandydon
    +1
    For what? LSM will bring up the same story and he'll crumble like paper again.
    I expected him to fight back a lot more then he did..
    Let somebody else try...
  • Claybern 2012/05/13 01:02:48
    Yes, Herman Cain 2016
    Claybern
    +1
    I would rather see Allen West for president and Herman Cain as VP. They are both good conservatives.
  • VICTORIA Claybern 2012/05/13 03:19:49
    VICTORIA
    +1
    OMG right on cue. Hysterical.
  • Sissy Claybern 2012/05/14 10:56:53
    Sissy
    Errrrr, you're making a "funny" here, aren't you? lol
  • Claybern Sissy 2012/05/15 19:38:25
    Claybern
    No I am very serious.
  • lark 2012/05/13 00:17:21
    None of the above
    lark
    We have to see what the next 4 years bring but I think he should run for something. He is needed in Washington.
  • Sissy lark 2012/05/14 10:57:13
    Sissy
    Exactly where?
  • theone2... Sissy 2012/05/15 18:56:24
    theone28110
    Womens Restroom attendant
  • Sissy theone2... 2012/05/20 11:30:38
    Sissy
    Sounds like a plan!
  • lark Sissy 2012/05/20 03:47:36
    lark
    Senator / Allen West for VP most important Obama gone so our Constitution will stand.
  • Sissy lark 2012/05/20 11:31:38
    Sissy
    The only time it wasn't standing was when GW was at the helm. Remember Cheney piously saying "the President does not have to follow the Constitution"?
  • Icono1 2012/05/13 00:10:15
    Yes, Herman Cain 2016
    Icono1
    +2
    He should pursue the issue further. For if more average Americans start talking to their pols about such things, then things might change in that area.

    Also if Americans talk to their politicians about tax reform and the politicians ignore them, then lose their very easy well paid jobs in DC at the ballot box, then something will get done in a NY second.

    However, all things being equal, if Americans do not wake up and seriously look at the mess they are in from the top to the bottom in the political-financial-social areas then anything Cain and others may want to do will be a moot point. for our govt is taking over more and more of the economy and therefore limiting freedom of choice in a multitude of areas. In effect one very important area the US govt has killed is public education, ie everything is dumbed down to the point of absurdity, and serious analytical thought on any issue of relevance is beaten back by simplistic ludicrous and spurious comments so the rest is as easy as selling the kool aid to the masses.
  • Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/05/12 23:56:52
    Yes, Herman Cain 2016
    Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆
    +4
    Or 2020.
  • Selketskiss 2012/05/12 23:12:27
    None of the above
    Selketskiss
    +4
    I want this man...
    allen west
  • VICTORIA Selkets... 2012/05/13 03:20:18
  • wysiwis Selkets... 2012/05/13 15:15:24
    wysiwis
    +3
    Yet another GOOD choice!
  • Selkets... wysiwis 2012/05/13 15:23:10
    Selketskiss
    +3
    He is a "real black man" not an Arab and he is a man with honor and love for our country...
  • wysiwis Selkets... 2012/05/13 15:36:51
    wysiwis
    +3
    I agree wholeheartedly!
  • Sissy Selkets... 2012/05/14 10:58:09
    Sissy
    What "Arab" are you speaking of?
  • theone2... Selkets... 2012/05/15 19:04:49
    theone28110
    +1
    Sorry, but he is a token black man, an illusion of any REAL black men I've ever known. A bower to the white man's money(Koch Brothers) and a creep to any woman that worked for him. He got too close and the Koch Bothers wasn't going to have a black man be president, so they quietly let the info flow...There was no Democrats making the accusations, it was his staff, Koch Brothers Staff....If you really want a REAL Black man for the GOP see if you can convince Colen Powell to take a walk on the crazy side...
  • Selkets... theone2... 2012/05/15 23:18:53
    Selketskiss
    I was talking about Allen West....
  • theone2... Selkets... 2012/05/15 19:00:00
    theone28110
    +1
    ROFLMAO...yeah run this creep, please...disgraced service man, a clown car full of GOP candidates, the thrilla from Wassila. I would advise to turn over some more rocks gotta be soomething better than these morons, somewhere in the GOP....maybe not if Romney was the best. All down hill for the GOP from here on out.
  • Selkets... theone2... 2012/05/15 23:19:27
    Selketskiss
    I was talking about Allen West....
  • relic 2012/05/12 23:05:58
    None of the above
    relic
    +3
    It will be Romney's 2012 & 2016. Cain will have to run in 2020 & 2024... if Oslime doesn't finish destroying America before January 2013.
  • tncdel 2012/05/12 23:02:25
    No, taxes do not need reform
    tncdel
    +1
    The manipulative answer choices trying to steer us to pick Cain were pitiful. :)~

    Cain is not the only "tax reform" venue. But what the topic question author fails to understand is that Cain, besides having ethical deficiencies, is UNELECTABLE.

    Here is a guy who couldn't even win an election in his own home-state. So how is he going to carry a national election?

    A far better choice for president would be this man here:

    http://api.ning.com/files/P4M...
  • tncdel tncdel 2012/05/12 23:04:06
    tncdel
    +5
    For some reason the photo I attached above wasn't displayed, so I'll try another:

    jnene

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