Saturday, December 3, 2011

Herman Cain Goes Off the Rail

Herman Cain has dropped out of the race. I correctly predicted this yesterday. Now that it's done, other Republican candidates can't wait to get Herminators ( Herman Cain supporters )on their side.
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann

"Herman Cain provided an important voice to this process. His ideas and energy generated tremendous enthusiasm for the conservative movement at a time it was so desperately needed to restore confidence in our country. I wish Herman, his wife Gloria, and his family all the best."
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman

"Herman Cain offered a unique and valuable voice to the debate over how to reform our country's uncompetitive tax code and turn around the economy. I understand his decision and wish him and his family the best."
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich

“Herman Cain’s 999 plan got our country talking about the critical issue of how to reform our tax code and he elevated the dialogue of the Republican presidential primary in the process. I am proud to know Herman Cain and consider him a friend. I know from having worked with him for more than a decade he will continue to be a powerful voice in the conservative movement for years to come.”
Texas Gov. Rick Perry

"I know this was a difficult decision for Herman Cain, his family and his supporters. He helped invigorate conservative voters and our nation with a discussion of major tax reform. Anita and I wish him and his entire family all the best."

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