I had not seen this particular piece yet.
I've been enjoying a wonderful Thanksgiving playing with my son and grandson.
Now the holiday is rapidly drawing to a close and it will soon be back to the grind for one final month.
I've noticed a lot of activity on the internet by Herman Cain.
I suspect he is gearing up for another run at the President's election.
I hope and pray that my suspecians are correct.
I stand ready to jump on his team at the very first chance.
@TOT: I hope and pray that he runs too. Then we liberals can send the train you and Mr. Cain are on over the cliff. Together. I am even going to contribute to his campaign fund if Cain make a run at it. I want him to be the nominee.
Jimmy, do you remember what happened in the general election when a true conservative finally got nominated after trying for 12 years. A lot of patriotic liberals out there attempt to paint all Republicans as conservatives, which isn’t true. The Republican Party is flawed but at least it represents most of the different factions of the political spectrum. You have Moderates, Rino’s, Progressives, Libertarians and Conservatives. That’s one of main reasons you say they are imploding; however that is actually a great thing. Too bad most Democrats now are Big Government Progressives/Liberals; where’s the diversity in thinking in regards to politics? I don’t know if he will run or if America will give him another chance; however he fits the mold of Ronald Reagan in that he is Conservative ideologically and a Moderate Temperamentally!
Funk, I also don't know if he will run again.
Even if he does our mainstream media has become so dishonest in their reporting and our lamestream liberals have become so gullible in that they hoop and holler and heap praise on the likes of Obama and such that I fear all may be lost.
This train just might already be over the cliff.
The next bubble is about to burst. Wallstreet.
Don't know exactly what is going to happen then.
Glad I'm old enough that I might not live to see what is coming in another decade or so.
A reply for my Conservative friends:
@Sebe: seems both sides have a ways to go in learning how to speak to each other.
I agree that Cain won't be in the game. His wife will see to that.
Partisan politics aside, It would seem to me that Independents, and the Moderates within the Republican Party along with Blue Dog Dems would make Christie a formidable candidate. But that scenario makes too much sense.
On the Dem side its Hillary's to lose. The Republicans could turn to Jeb and put that Wisconsin Governor on the ticket and might could make a contest out of it. Or even put that Wisconsin Gov. at the top of the ticket with Jeb on as VP? I don't know...
A lot can happen between now and then. Hangovers DO have cures. And BHO owes the Clinton's his soul. Still looking for those River cards to make an impact against them two kings you are holding.
I am certain of one thing; obama will not provide a real cure for the hangover. He will provide the standard hangover that has no substance. 8 years of good intentions and the standard blame game are not going to be the crux of the upcoming elections. 2014 will provide a preview of what to come... People don't want good intentions anymore; they want facts and a feasable plan to address 8 years of failure.