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Bloviating Zeppelin: Winning The Florida Straw Poll: Herman CAIN??

Bloviating Zeppelin

(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Winning The Florida Straw Poll: Herman CAIN??


Of the 2,600+ votes cast, GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain won the CPAC Florida straw poll on Saturday, with these results:

  • Herman Cain, 37.1%
  • Rick Perry, 15.4%
  • Mitt Romney, 14.0%
  • Rick Santorum, 10.9%
  • Ron Paul, 10.4%
  • Newt Gingrich, 8.4%
  • Jon Huntsman, 2.3%
  • Michele Bachmann, 1.5%
The Hill concludes that Rick Perry is certainly not unbeatable. Whatever he did, he did to himself. And the return numbers for Bachmann are, at minimum, execrable: last place.

Former Godfather's Pizza CEO Herman Cain has, obviously, clear experience in the business arena with minimal experience in politics. However, he not only had to meet a payroll but manage a large business that spanned states, nations and continents. Good for Herman Cain. As opposed to certain current personnel, he's actually had to work in the cut-throat environment of private business, exhibited both management and leadership skills -- and not only met those challenges but thrived and succeeded.

Would I object to Herman Cain? Certainly not. Perhaps with a tip-o-the-cap to Marco Rubio or Allen West as VP?

As always, things are in a state of damned-near-unpredictable flux.

BZ

P.S.
And it has so pissed off the Leftists that Mr Cain is successful, black and Republican.



10 Comments:

Blogger TexasFred said...

If Cain were the nominee would it be racist to NOT vote for a REAL Black man as opposed to the supposed racism the Dems accused the GOP of for not voting for a HALF Black man??

I'd vote for Herman Cain and not have to hold my nose in doing so, not because of pigmentation, but because he IS better than Obama...

Michele Bachmann is a waste of time, as are Newt and Huntsman, BUT, Newt needs to be on someones Cabinet, he has great ideas...

Perry and Mittens are destroying each other and NOT going after the real enemy, Obama...

The Florida Poll people must not have had *munchies*, the Paultards didn't *Win one for the Moonbat*...

Sat Sep 24, 05:55:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Well Seasoned Fool said...

Options, lots of options.

Sat Sep 24, 05:57:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

TF: that is a DAMNED good and viable question, sir!

And it ain't about melanin count, but about, as you say, PHILOSOPHY.

Like you, I completely AGREE that Newt Gingrich belongs on a Conservative's cabinet due to his experience and thought processes. That is preCISEly where I would have placed him myself.

Further, I concur that Perry and Romney focus too much on each other. Damn mister, we're in some major agreement on these things! Will the continent crack shortly?

We are more in alignment, Fred, than we have ever been in the recent past, I submit.

WSF: yeah -- to a degree. . .

BZ

Sat Sep 24, 06:43:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Let me also point out more of the obvious, that few others will write:

Herman Cain is about TWICE as black as Barack Hussein Obama. His nose is wider, his lips are thicker.

When people vote FOR Mr Cain, then, they are voting NOT because they feel guilty but because they vote for PHILOSOPHY.

Which is precisely THE reason one should vote for an individual, NO MATTER their pigmentation.

As TF and others wrote: "If you voted for Barack Obama because you didn't want to be seen as a racist, you'll have to vote for someone else in 2012 if you don't want to be seen as stupid."

BZ

Sat Sep 24, 06:56:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Average American said...

I've liked Herman Cain ever since the first debate of this season. I have not learned anything since then to change my mind. Hopefully, maybe now that he has this important 1st place win under his belt, the media will give him a little more notice and future debates might ask him more than the 1 or 2 "token" questions that he has been getting. If Chris Christie throws his hat into the ring, I will find myself having to vote for the more-or of 2 bests instead of the usual lessor of 2 evils.

"The Florida Poll people must not have had *munchies*, the Paultards didn't *Win one for the Moonbat*..."

WELL SAID FRED!!

Rick and Mitt can beat each other up if they want to. They both deserve to lose for breaking the cardinal rule of primary campaigning and also because neither of them is good enough. Mittcare and Perry's stance on illegal aliens sealed their fate with me right from day 1.

Sun Sep 25, 10:06:00 AM PDT  
Blogger mrchuck said...

Racist??? Remember ALL black people are racist, first and foremost. THEY HAVE TO BE, they all believe.
They will vote color over everything else in this world.

Why, they believe only a black person can understand all the hardships they acquire because they are a member of the Negro race!!!!!
Why doesn't Allen West leave that vile Congressional Black Caucus???

Because it means more to him than anything else in the world because he is black first and foremost.

YES, He fought for this USA as a black Army Officer, but he also believes the Congressional Black Caucus is a very valuable organization.
Why? Because it is a voice and a power for all black people.

We will NEVER get this welfare give-away to black people IF we elect another Black President.
It was all over the tv.

Remember all the black people saying that Obama will pay for their food, gas, housing, hospitals, etc.?

They VOTE!!! And they will protect this lifestyle anyway "they" can.
Face it people. Every black employee that has a job in our city, county and federal governments will automatically vote for ANY Black candidate.

Why, because they are black, and feel oppressed in any job.
Ask Bloviating Zeppelin.
Ask me.
Ask anyone you know who has worked or is still working for a city, County, or Federal employer.

Blacks basically run the civil service jobs administratively.
AND THEY WILL VOTE BLACK.
ALWAYS, and don't you forget this.

Yes, it becomes a color of race. For since the beginning of time, their are only 3 classes of humans.
Asian, Caucasian, and Negroid.
That's it.
The whites and now the asians have crawled out of the dregs of this Earth and have blossomed.
The Blacks have not. WHY ???

This is why I will vote for a Chris Christie, a Rick Perry, or any white Conservative, who makes it to the top.
So, think it over, and if you are white in color, you may feel the same.

Sun Sep 25, 03:31:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Ducky's here said...

The Florida straw poll is 2500 people who pay for the privilege of voting. It is a joke just like Cain.

You see this guy scaring Obama?

Sun Sep 25, 10:27:00 PM PDT  
Blogger ∞ ≠ ø said...

I am happy to see this result. I was even happier to see the majority of candidates, who would actually name a potential VP, mention Newt Gingrich. Cain was reverent, which is to his credit as well.

Gingrich is walking a fine line, playing nice and promoting party unity. This sacrifice clearly shows mature leadership to me. He is more than capable of eviscerating this field in debate.

I have the feeling that, by design, one way...or another, Obama will not be the DNC nominee.
Remember Franklin Pierce.
I think they will throw us the first main stream female nominee. Hillary denies it, but I find her recent closer association with Soros quite telling. Anticipating Hilary as a potential opponent is an important facet in our candidate selection.

I will be satisfied if Newt is VP, but I would rather see him build his own cabinet.

A conservative victory is the beginning of our only hope to salvage this country. After the election and transition, rapid fire legislation needs to ensue. We need a conforming majority in both the house and the senate. Orchestration will be key; all Gingrich strong points.

He needs to be on the cabinet, I agree, but I am not satisfied to hope a candidate will put him there or use him properly.

Sun Sep 25, 11:05:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Rush Limbaugh made an interesting and salient comment today on his show. He spoke of a "Republican Establishment" -- the likes of which hates to have itself quantified in this way. They are the ones who would otherwise be diagnosed as RINOs or "moderates", and find themselves sorely threatened by the TEA Party and are NOT representative of true Conservatism. They are the ones who are the holders of Big Government and aren't interested in reducing government, but only want to be in charge, control the purse strings, and the determiners of who gets what appointment, which program, etc.

Coming from Rush, I find that remarkable.

I couldn't agree more.

BZ

Mon Sep 26, 11:45:00 AM PDT  
Blogger ∞ ≠ ø said...

Me too.
There are solutions;)
http://video.aol.com/video/gingrich-decries-and039washington-eliteand039/3595405605

Tue Sep 27, 08:15:00 AM PDT  

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