Cain would not only defeat Obama electorally, but also the race-laden hopenchangery meme
In recent weeks, we've all seen the video where Herman Cain completely destroys Clinton on healthcare (and if you haven't, you really should).
It's clear that Cain is better at explaining his ideas than any republican president since Reagan. Certainly better than Bush I or Bush II. And Cain is certainly a better debater than Clinton, which means Obama would not stand a chance.
The "Cain vs. Unable" slogan is cute. For astute watchers, it's also a little concerning though, as we all know how much the left would benefit from faking the death of Obama, a scenario which would insanely mirror the Bible story being referenced.
That issue withstanding, Cain is the best choice for republican presidential nominee for real definable reasons. We have an opportunity to defeat Obama not only electorally, but also to defeat the crazy hopey/changey/messiah/pharoah insanity that has been foisted upon us for the last three years.
That's not to say Rick Perry isn't a decent guy, and I'm sure someone could make some argument for him having marginally better credentials in some minor area. But we must realize that if we simply defeat Obama numerically, it will leave half of the country with a bone to knaw on for the next 8 years, and we will be back to the same cycle after that. Herman Cain gives us the opportunity to defeat the entire Obama meme, the value of which is immeasurable.
God bless Herman Cain. Let's hope he can pull it off.
|11:52 AM, Friday 7th October, 2011||Politics|