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    Herman Cain suspends campaign (Reader Poll)

    Herman Cain suspends campaign (Reader Poll)

    Herman Cain just announced that he is suspending his campaign.

    “As false accusations against me continued, they have sidetracked and distracted my ability to present solutions to the American people.”

    “Because of these false and unproved accusations it has paid and had a tremendous painful” effect on my family.

    The false allegations have been spun “so as to create a cloud of doubt over me and my family … that spin hurts, it hurts my wife, it hurts my family, it hurts me, and it hurts the American people because you are being denied solutions.”

    “Those false and unproved allegations are not true.”

    “I am at peace with my God.  I am at peace with my wife, and she is at peace with me…. and I am at peace with myself.”

    “Becoming president was Plan A … as of today …. I am suspending presidential campaign.”

    “I am not going to be silenced and I’m not going away…. Today launching … to promote transfer of power out of Washington … 999 campaign … energy independence….” etc.

    Will be making endorsement soon.

    Running for president “a dirty game.”

    “I will never apologize for the greatness of the United States of America”

    UPDATE: Politico reacts to Cain announcement.

    Reader Poll — Did Herman Cain make the right decision in suspending his campaign? (Poll open until Noon Sunday)


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    BarbaraS | December 4, 2011 at 2:00 am

    Cain handled this whole mess poorly. That just shows he is not ready for prime time. He never seemed up on history or current events any more than obama. I was never a fan of his but deplored the treatment the media gave him.

    I doubt very much that Cain would have garnered a majority of black votes. Blacks are glued to the dim party because of the freebies they are given. They will never desert that party until that party is dead. Hopefully, not long now.

    dmacleo | December 4, 2011 at 1:16 pm

    think what has always bothered me the most is how so many are ok with what has happened because they thought he was a weak candidate anyway.
    the truth did not seem to matter.

    that bugs the hell out of me.

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