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October 2, 2011

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Why the Rise of Presidential Contender Herman Cain Should Not Be Dismissed

by RogueOperator

After presidential candidate Herman Cain’s stellar performance at the most recent GOP debate came a surprising Florida straw poll victory that catapulted the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO and Federal Reserve board member into the national elections spotlight.

But not all the media were quick to acknowledge the significance of the upstart’s meteoric rise. Politico did not even mention Cain’s no-nonsense charm after the debate, and though CBS wrote up a spotlight piece on the candidate, they hedged and claimed that Cain had virtually no chance to win the nomination.

Herman Cain represents a threat to many parties interested in ushering into power another presidential office holder who will abide by the status quo of inordinate and unsustainable spending at the citizens’ expense. [Continued on Political Crush]

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  1. Oct 3 2011

    Not sure where to ask this, but have you ever met Leonard Peikoff? Thought I might have heard you on his pod cast, maybe not.

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  2. Oct 3 2011

    Sure, Leonard Peikoff is great. Haven’t talked to the man, wasn’t sure he had a podcast. Will have to look for it soon.

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  3. Oct 3 2011

    peikoff.com or you can search for it on itunes; I got it on my phone — makes the drives to and from work that much better.

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