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    Herman Cain Occupies #OccupyWallStreet

    Herman Cain Occupies #OccupyWallStreet

    Think Progress is in a tizzy because Herman Cain told it like it is as to the politics of jealously and envy which are the driving force bechind the Occupy Wall Street movement and the Democratic Party’s election strategy.


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    You know, I liked Herman Cain early on, but I didn’t think he was going to have the horsepower to actually make it to the finish line. I expected him to run out of money and drop by the wayside like Pawlenty has done. I’m having to reassess that consideration.

    If Cain can maintain this level of momentum, he will be WELL on his way to being a VP nomination for either Perry or Romney should they manage to win. Cain probably helps Romney more than Perry if offered a VP ticket, as Perry already pulls in most of the fiscal conservatives, but a Cain VP on Perry’s ticket will probably pull in more African American and Latino votes than he otherwise would have received.

    Right now, my guess is that if Cain can keep up this level of momentum, he will win the Caucus in Iowa (where Corn Subsidies and the FairTax are kingmakers).

    The next 60 days are going to get VERY interesting.

    Thanks, LukeHand, for that link. I will amend Chuck Skinner’s Cain prophecy thusly: “..he will be well on his to at least being a VP….”. Otherwise I’m in Skinner’s shoes, too. Interesting man, interesting times; we could do worse and we may not be able to do better. Time will tell.

    I want Cain as the head of the ticket, not VP. Why? Because he’s the only one who doesn’t raise my blood pressure 50 points when he speaks. I feel like we have something, a lot really, in common.

    Call me a dreamer.

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