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 Cain is Able 
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There has been so much negative rhetoric brought up in the media about Cain, and I'm not asking to know who is responsible for what, but I am curious about the standard that's being set.

First and foremost: it appears from my perspective that a false set of standards are being established with the Presidency. What I mean is, that ANY dirt from a candidates past, no matter how small, is enough to disqualify them from the candidacy. It sets up a false platform of perfection that can not be obtained by any man. We all make mistakes! So why is it that this has been blown so far out of proportion?

In contrast, and not even going on to mention WJC, you have a President who USED to smoke as recently as a month ago, who's wife is promoting Childhood Obesity works, while living a different dietary lifestyle. So it does seem to be one sided, or do as I say not as I do from that stand point.

I just don't understand why the media especially is trying to throw stones at glass houses that don't exist. They did the same with Palin in the stories of affairs and what nots, and now they are doing the same with Cain.

What gives? Are we that naive and willing to tolerate more of this?

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November 9th, 2011, 10:04 am
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This is just the typical double standard from the libtard lamestream media. Anybody who didn't see this coming is either naive or stupid, or both. And it's only going to get worse for whichever Republican is leading the polls.

I saw an article this past weekend that said CNN aired 94 stories on the Herman Cain accusations last week. In comparison, CNN aired 77 reports on Obama's ties to domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, convicted real estate developer Tony Rezko, and America-hating Rev. Jeremiah Wright during his entire campaign. I'd imagine that the same thing is happening at CBS, ABC, and NBC. It's just the way it is.

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November 9th, 2011, 1:38 pm
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I don't care if Cain made a few flirtatious passes.

He is not a capable president. No one currently running is. Even Ron Paul--who I love philosophically--lacks the commanding presence to actually lead this nation.

We are in such a tremendous time of peril. People have no clue. European socialism has failed and is unraveling before our eyes. Its death will probably lead to another financial crisis. Then we have Iran-Israel, China set to implode...never mind the fact the economy still remains in shambles.


November 10th, 2011, 1:16 am
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And yet we continue to disbelieve a book that claimed all of this is going to happen.

I also think that in the midst of all of this chaos, a world leader will rise up and solve these problems for the moment, but you can't have a hero unless you have a need for one right?

So I guess we should just keep our eyes peeled and see who emerges!

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November 10th, 2011, 8:59 am
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Blueskies wrote:
I don't care if Cain made a few flirtatious passes.

He is not a capable president. No one currently running is. Even Ron Paul--who I love philosophically--lacks the commanding presence to actually lead this nation.

We are in such a tremendous time of peril. People have no clue. European socialism has failed and is unraveling before our eyes. Its death will probably lead to another financial crisis. Then we have Iran-Israel, China set to implode...never mind the fact the economy still remains in shambles.



I agree with you. IMO Romney is the strongest "presence," but I think he is lacking philosophically and he's too wishy washy with his principles. Cain and Newt are strongest with his convictions, and both are more dominating than Barry O... I can't stand him... Everything I thought about Barrak Obama in the beginning turned out to be true, despite BillySimms criticizing me for it...


I wish there was a stronger leader in the pool, but there's not. We just have to face the fact that we're not going to be able to elect a "perfect" candidate, just a "better" president this time around.


November 10th, 2011, 12:47 pm
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