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Herman Cain addressed the Georgia Republican Party State Convention on Saturday, May 14, 2011.   His speech was made of awesome.  He brought the crowd to its feet at least ten times  – this according to the AJC reporter who was there – I kind of lost track myself.

I’m linking to a video of the whole speech (in 3-D yet!) taken by Doug Deal of Macon, because it’s a whole lot better than mine.  Here’s Part I:

and Part II:

and Part III:

One other notable quote from a speech overflowing with notable quotes:  “Them that’s going, get on the wagon.  Them that ain’t, get out of the way.”

Enjoy.

 

Kimberly_Schwartz
Southern girl and proud of it. Wife, mother, prosecuting attorney, political conservative, and home-based business owner; living and working in Central Georgia, USA. Dabbler in web design, photography, and mixed media. Still prefers reading and writing over math. Totally obsessed rubber stamper and scrapbooker. Shares several acres of easily-defensible farmland with husband, daughter, four dogs, and way too many cats.

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  1. I really do like the message that Herman Cain presents! It’s positive and strong, expressing confidence in the principles on which this nation was founded…expressing confidence in the people of this nation to overcome obstacles.

    It’s early yet, and I think this election season will be atypical. Time will tell how well Mr. Cain is received across our nation.

  2. There are times that I worry about whether or not Herman Cain can get past the media blockade. There are times I worry about whether or not America will elect him if he does.

    But there’s never a time that I don’t think he’s a great man and would be a great president.

  1. I really do like the message that Herman Cain presents! It’s positive and strong, expressing confidence in the principles on which this nation was founded…expressing confidence in the people of this nation to overcome obstacles.

    It’s early yet, and I think this election season will be atypical. Time will tell how well Mr. Cain is received across our nation.

  2. There are times that I worry about whether or not Herman Cain can get past the media blockade. There are times I worry about whether or not America will elect him if he does.

    But there’s never a time that I don’t think he’s a great man and would be a great president.

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