The Case For Herman Cain

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The Case For Herman Cain Empty The Case For Herman Cain

Post by Cain's The Main on Fri Mar 04, 2011 8:28 am

It looks like we will finally have a major contender in the presidential field in the coming days, as former House Speaker Newt Gingrich creeps ever closer to forming an exploratory committee.

But while Gingrich and other soon-to-be entrants (Tim Pawlenty, anyone?) will effectively launch the presidential race once they formally announce their intentions to run, one man has been in the race for quite a while now.

And he's starting to get noticed.

Conservative talk radio host and former Godfather's Pizza executive Herman Cain won the straw poll at the first-ever Tea Party Patriots gathering in Phoenix this weekend -- a sign that his fledgling campaign may actually pack some punch in a key community heading into the 2012 vote.

Cain has also been getting rave reviews from activists for his powerful and impassioned speeches at events like the Conservative Political Action Conference this month and, last year, at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference.

Now that the buzz is starting to percolate -- and with no major presidential candidates yet in the field -- we here at The Fix thought it timely to take a look at the top "mid-major" candidate in the field.

So, is Herman Cain the Butler Bulldogs of the 2012 presidential race? Today, we tackle why Cain could be a force in the 2012 GOP presidential field. Tomorrow, we take a look at why he won't be.
Cited in the article are Mr Cain's strongest characteristics:
Oratory:Biography:The Obama effect:The Huckabee effect;The definition of victory:
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