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Herman Cain is going to rise to the top “…like butter!”

Still early in the run up to 2012, but I’ve been watching Herman Cain since mid-summer and I like what I’ve seen so far.

h/t The Blaze

CBN News David Brody had a sit down interview with Herman Cain recently, and though what seems to have come out of it is a rather short clip, it’s a good one.

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Erick Brockwayhttp://www.erickbrockway.com
Work seven days a week at two jobs, a newly RETIRED EO1 (E6) in the Navy Reserves (Seabees), blog when I can from cellphone and computer. @erickbrockway #catcot #tcot Currently living in Camarillo, CA, about 45 miles North of LA. I have a wife (20+ years) son, and two daughters.

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  1. We can only hope. So far the press has been doing its best to try and ignore him. Too many people don’t know who he is. I’ve been using every opportunity to talk him up on my local paper’s blog (usually in response to the typical lefty posting about Republicans being racist old white rich people).

    But I’m just starting to make a dent and I’ve yet to see many MSM stories even mention him when discussing potential GOP candidates.

  2. Agree, Erick. Mr. Cain has ingrained in him the core values and traditions of Americans: hard work, personal integrity, self-starter, and a moral thread lacking today. Herman Cain represents the opposite of what we find in our leadership today; can’t wait to see him rise to the top.

  3. Thanks for posting this little snippet, Brockway.

    It’s still way early but right now Cain is at the top of my list, and certainly above Newt. Newt can Allinsky with the best of ’em, and he has an uncanny knack of being able to articulate in moral terms the benefits of conservatism to the average person. But he’s got a *ton* of personal baggage (and the MFM ain’t gonna give him a pass like they did The Anointed One), he’s too much on a DC Elite Insider, and it’s gonna be a long time before I forget him sitting on the same couch as SanFranNan making all nicey-nice about global warming.

    ‘Sides, seeing Herman debate the Vacuous One would be rather entertaining.

  1. We can only hope. So far the press has been doing its best to try and ignore him. Too many people don’t know who he is. I’ve been using every opportunity to talk him up on my local paper’s blog (usually in response to the typical lefty posting about Republicans being racist old white rich people).

    But I’m just starting to make a dent and I’ve yet to see many MSM stories even mention him when discussing potential GOP candidates.

  2. Agree, Erick. Mr. Cain has ingrained in him the core values and traditions of Americans: hard work, personal integrity, self-starter, and a moral thread lacking today. Herman Cain represents the opposite of what we find in our leadership today; can’t wait to see him rise to the top.

  3. Thanks for posting this little snippet, Brockway.

    It’s still way early but right now Cain is at the top of my list, and certainly above Newt. Newt can Allinsky with the best of ’em, and he has an uncanny knack of being able to articulate in moral terms the benefits of conservatism to the average person. But he’s got a *ton* of personal baggage (and the MFM ain’t gonna give him a pass like they did The Anointed One), he’s too much on a DC Elite Insider, and it’s gonna be a long time before I forget him sitting on the same couch as SanFranNan making all nicey-nice about global warming.

    ‘Sides, seeing Herman debate the Vacuous One would be rather entertaining.

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