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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    Its Official - Cain is in.

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Sat May 21, 2011 at 03:46:57 PM EST
    Tags: President, Herman Cain, Republican Primary, Michigan, April 2011, CEO, Gold Standard, Constitution (all tags)

    It is ON Folks!!

    Herman Cain former CEO, and savior of Godfathers Pizza announced today he would be staking his fortune, his livelihood, and his time in an effort to restore decency to the office of the president of the United states.

    "After prayerful consideration with my family and closest friends, I have decided to seek the Republican nomination for president of the United States. I look forward to continuing my travels across the country, engaging in discussions with the American people about the concerns facing our nation and sharing my 'common sense solutions' with them."

    Going forward with this run places Cain among several other contenders hoping to take advantage of the weak presidency of Barack Obama and his (Obama's) push toward a socialist totalitarianism.  Cain's message of returning to the constitution is one shared by so many in the tea party movement and those true conservatives who have been wondering what the hell is going on for too many years.

    His cancer free state for the last few years is a credit to the exceptional health care system in the united states according to Cain.  After receiving a diagnosis of liver and colon cancer in 2006, Cain turned to prayer, and our country's unmatchable medical care, and turned away the life ending disease.

    His official announcement video below the line.

    Some other things to consider:

    Cain supports a strong military
    Cain Supports a return to the gold standard.
    Cain believes America is the leader of the free world.  Not just a bit player as our current president
    Cain is strongly anti abortion

    The link at the top will take you to his site.  I encourage those of you with a few bucks to consider making a contribution NOW to help get the ball rolling for this republican primary, or we will be stuck with another media chosen milquetoast east coast elite like Gingrich or Romney.

    You know what I mean?

    I will be trying to get the campaign to give us a heads up whenever he will be coming to Michigan so I can keep you all informed.

    If you have a blog.  WRITE ABOUT HIM!  Get the word out!

    I am Psyched!

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    "Let's get Real." I like it. (none / 0) (#1)
    by Corinthian Scales on Sun May 22, 2011 at 10:56:27 AM EST
    It is so refreshing to hear someone be so unashamedly PROUD of his country.

    Mr. Cain's Presidential announcement parts 1 though 3

    What a great American!  That is what I envision our nation being.

    Are you listening MI-GOP?  Why the trouble challenging Stabenow?  Mr. Schostak, hello?  The days of Party establishment namby-pamby moderate-ism promoted by your predecessor Chair Ron Weiser with his favored McAmnesty in '08 Financial Chair and Yobbite Rick Snyder in '10 is over.  Those Pale Pastels are why I will not send contributions to the MI-GOP nor to where Ron Weiser slithered to on the national level at the RNC.

    What Mr. Cain said right here is enough in of it self to back up why I won't send monies to be wasted on establishment Party elite that will only squander it on RINO's.

    Today, Mr. Cain just received his first C-note from me.  Mr. Cain is a big 'C' Conservative.  He will be receiving many more C-notes from me in the future.  The RNC and MI-GOP and their establishment cling-ons will not.  The only consolation reward the local and national Party may receive from me is that I will vote for a Conservative that is Republican.

    Just thought (none / 0) (#3)
    by grannynanny on Sun May 22, 2011 at 05:07:27 PM EST
    I would throw this in too.  I had this emailed to me and sent it on to Doug Powers at Powers That Be website.

    Your Michigan Moochers in action.


    Let me be clear . . . (none / 0) (#12)
    by Kevin Rex Heine on Wed May 25, 2011 at 10:50:10 AM EST
    . . . about a few things.

    First, as far as I know, the GOP 2012 presidential nominee field right now officially consists of the following (having either officially declared or formed an exploratory committee) credible candidates:

    • Herman Cain (Georgia)
    • Newt Gingrich (Georgia)
    • Gary Johnson (New Mexico)
    • Roy Moore (Alabama)
    • Ron Paul (Texas)
    • Tim Pawlenty (Minnesota)
    • Buddy Roemer (Louisiana)
    • Mitt Romney (Massachusetts)
    • Rick Santorum (Pennsylvania)

    And there is still the potential that Michele Bachman (Minnesota), John Bolton (Maryland), Rudy Giuliani (New York), John Huntsman (Utah), Peter King (New York), Thad McCotter (Michigan), and/or Sarah Palin (Alaska) may yet step into the mix.

    I'm not sure what the filing deadline is for the New Hampshire primary (based on a primary date of 14 Feb 2012, I think it'll be around 15 - 22 Nov 2011), but until that point this lineup is clearly subject to change.

    Of those nine who are currently either declared or de facto in the running, Herman Cain is my hands-down favorite (and has been since Huckabee dropped out) with Tim Pawlenty as my back-up choice.

    There is one thing that many Ron Paul supporters are throwing out as "proof" that Cain is a bad choice for the nomination.  Apparently the hard-core libertarians among the republican grassroots are flagging the fact that he is a past Chairman and Member of the Board of Directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City as "proof" that he cannot be trusted to rein in the national debt or restore sound currency to America's monetary system.  Further, they use the following video as "proof" that Cain supported TARP and the bailouts:

    Now, my response to such stuff has usually been along the lines of, "I guarantee you that I can find at least one disqualifier on every single candidate currently in the mix . . . including Ron Paul.  If you want perfect, then go recruit Jesus Christ."  This always seems to draw looks of utter disbelief from my C4L friends, who often are in denial that wholesale adoption of the Libertarian Party platform is essentially the same as inviting national anarchy.

    Yes, I get that Mr. Cain sat on the board of a Federal Reserve Bank.  Yes, I get that the Fed is the key reason that America has a f****d-up monetary system right now.  Yes, I get that the Fed needs to be either audited or abolished, and preferably both.  But harping on that as a reason for disqualifying Cain, without offering equally credible rationale for supporting someone else is very similar to disqualifying Saul Anuzis for GOP challenger to Debbie Stabenow (based on his support for the National Popular Vote initiative) without offering credible reasons for supporting Randy Hekman.

    I've read through Herman Cain's platform and issue positions, and to be quite honest I like what I see.  The core thing that weaves through both his personal and professional backgrounds is that he has plenty of first-hand experience in taking over disastrous situations and turning them around.  Given the train wreck that America is facing right now, that's all I really need to know for the time being.

    Until I'm given a credible reason to vote otherwise, my choice is Cain-Pawlenty for 2012.

    Pottawattamie County GOP dinner (none / 0) (#14)
    by Corinthian Scales on Wed May 25, 2011 at 05:06:37 PM EST
    So far, no stopping the Hermanator.

    The runaway favorite of the western Iowa crowd at a Republican fundraising dinner Friday was Georgia Republican Herman Cain - the guy everyone was there to see speak.

    But even in absentia, Alaska's Sarah Palin claimed a surprising second place in the Pottawattamie County GOP's dollar poll, with 38 percent of the votes to Cain's 55 percent.

    Cain/Palin?  Oh, be still my jubilant heart.

    Nineteen names were listed on the ballot, but only six got any votes, Jorgensen said in an e-mail this morning.

    Minnesota's Michele Bachmann earned 5 percent and three Republicans - Utah's Jon Huntsman, Texas' Ron Paul and Indiana's Mitch Daniels - each took 1 percent.

    Ignored were: Haley Barbour, John Bolton, Jeb Bush, Newt Gingrich, Mike Huckabee, Gary Johnson, Tim Pawlenty, Mike Pence, David Petraeus, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, John Thune and Donald Trump.

    Yep, folks is just sick-n-tired of fuggin' career RINOs.

    And, about that "Fed' & TARP thing... (none / 0) (#17)
    by Corinthian Scales on Wed May 25, 2011 at 06:38:25 PM EST
    ...Ron Paul for decades has made a nice living off the peddling of his books to his fringe societal Paulbots about The Fed.  Good Liberaltarian luck with that.

    Now, Let's get Real!

    Mr. Cain is as real as it gets in this election.

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