Cain calmly weathered every jab from them, the moderators and even the Democrats,
Not exactly ...
Cain nearly lost his cool when responding to Santorum confronting him on 'nan nan nan' and it adding a National sales tax.
Later, when asked about Fed Chairmen, he responded that he thought Greenspan was the greatest and should be patterned in the future. That unleashed a tirade from Ron Paul who gave a brief, comprehensive history of ills of the Greenspan economy.
Cain lost a few points [supporters] last evening.
posted on 10/12/2011 5:51:36 AM PDT
I gotta give Santorum credit. He was the only one I saw who really went after nein-nein-nein.
posted on 10/12/2011 5:56:04 AM PDT
(NO FEDERAL SALES TAX -- UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES)
I will admit, I was disappointed with Cain last night. Perry is done. Today, my favorite is Newt. Tomorrow, could be someone else. One thing is for sure, ANYONE BUT OBAMA. There isn’t a single one of them that is 1/100th as bad as the Marxist Kenyan. I will not sit home and I will vote for whoever the polls show has the best chance of beating that low life, Alinsky loving, Marxist, closet Muslim and homo, jug eared, string bean,community organizer. I WANT HIM OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I don’t care about Newts past, he won’t be a sissy boy like McCain. He will go after the Kenyan.
posted on 10/12/2011 7:00:33 AM PDT
(WH says potus didnt feel the earthquake. No worries. Another is scheduled for November 2012)
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