Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Dear Cain supporters: Stay tuned ~ By Herman Cain

Cain supporters, stay tuned. We're still going to get the job done. We're going to have to do it from the outside, and I will lead the way and be the people's voice.
I'm having a hard time accepting the "don't despair" message. We may no longer have a candidate in the GOP race for the nomination that can beat Barrack Hussein Obama.

It was in horror that I watched Herman Cain's GOP nomination campaign implode, through no fault of his own. There seems to be no candidate with a truly Conservative philosophy remaining in the field that would have a chance to win the election in 2012. We seem to be left with little or no choice in good Conservative candidates that have at least a chance to win the GOP nomination.

I was heartbroken when seeing the following segment on Hannity last Thursday:

Clips from Hannity's show on December 8, 2011, with Herman Cain

We are going to need to hear Herman Cain's voice during this time of trepidation. With the primary season starting in less than three weeks with the Iowa Caucus on January 3, 2012, it appears that the Republican Party is not going to give us a strong Conservative that could beat Obama. The closest conservative candidate that we may have in the top tier at this time could be... gulp... Ron Paul.

In a blog posted several days ago, I wrote:

So, now what?

Do we just watch the Republican Party split and implode?

Is the Tea Party really dead like the Mainstream Media, and even Fox News, is telling us?
If there was any time that we need the Tea Party Movement to be revived, it is now. I believe that most of the Tea Party Movement still stands behind Herman Cain.   He can still be our voice, along with others.

However, if Barack Obama is going to go down in defeat next November, I'm thinking that we need more than just a voice.  We need a Conservative leader, somebody that would be able to unite and energize the Conservatives in the GOP.  Or, maybe, it won't be a Republican, but rather a third party candidate.  Unfortunately, as we've seen in the past, third party candidates have always assured the Democrats of a victory.

I am not sure if a voice from the outside, not even Herman Cain, will be all we need. It won't be enough, unless We the People get together to fight for our liberty. It is going to take all of us that are concerned about our children's and grand children's freedom, and that are aware that we are dangerously close to losing it. It will be our responsibility to join people like Herman Cain in the effort to inform and persuade as many people as possible before it is too late.

As to this coming election in 2012, the major effort still needs to be focused on defeating Obama. That could possibly mean nominating a squishy RINO Republican candidate. Whatever it takes, right? If that is the outcome, what Herman Cain has suggested in this column will become even more significant, as you will read. We the People need to be able to put the pressure on whoever wins the White House and Congress!

The Tea Party Movement needs to be revived. If that is going to happen, we need to do it NOW.   We the People need to lose the doom, gloom, and despair, and start working together for positive solutions.  I'm just sayin'...


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Dear Cain supporters: Stay tuned

By Herman Cain

December 11, 2011 ~ 7:00 pm Eastern

© 2011

Since my campaign ended, I've been honored to hear from so many people who asked me to continue because they felt I was the person who could help this country fix things that urgently needed fixing. I will continue to lead but not as a candidate, because I chose to put family first.

I will continue to be your voice and our voice. We will make 9-9-9 a movement. We will put "strength" back into "Peace through Strength and Clarity." We will become energy independent. We will put "united" back into the United States of America.

I know this from you: When the people understand it, they will demand it!

We can't count on the mainstream media to properly inform us, because too many members of the media are chasing the sensationalized or distorted story. Many members of Congress are so busy trying to keep up with the legislative process, small incremental changes in the laws and the partisan cat fights that the big changes needed never get addressed. Worse yet, they never even try.

We have seen repeatedly that expecting 535 members of Congress and the president to make bold changes to truly fix problems from the inside of Washington is not going to happen. Washington is broken! We must change it from the outside.

The late Sen. Everett Dirksen popularized the phrase, "When they feel the heat, they will see the light." We will be the heat like they have never felt it before. Politicians' actions are ultimately determined by what they believe the people are demanding of them. We will demand bold changes.


Don't be afraid!
are the MOB
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1 comment:

  1. John,

    I, for one, still plan on voting for Cain. He is still on the ballot for Iowa, and people need to realize that. If he is not on the one for North Carolina, I intend to write him him. I'm done holding my nose and voting who the powers-that-be in the GOP and MSM say is "electable". Maybe he has no shot, but if enough people vote for him in the primary, it may be just the message that needs sending to the other candidates, and the American people, that Cain's ideals are what we expect to be reflected in our next POTUS.

    My two shekels' worth.