The Other McCain

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Eyes of Texas on Herman Cain

Posted on | May 13, 2011 | 13 Comments

A standing overation from a “capacity crowd” at the Austin Economic Club, Bryan Preston reports at PJ Tatler:

Cain hit all of the major issues, coming out strong for border security in this border state (“Instead of suing Arizona, they should have gotten a prize!”), hammering away at liberal politicians and policies (“The problem with liberals is, they can’t handle the facts!”), race (“I am black, but I happen to be an American first.”) and his conservatism (“I escaped the Democrat plantation and I’m not going back.”) Cain closed with a simple call to what makes him an optimist, and what makes him believe he can win, as well as what he tells his grandkids when they ask for his advice: “Believe in God, believe in yourself, and believe in the greatest country in the world, the United States of America.”

Just another week until the big announcement Saturday, May 21 at Atlanta’s Olympic Centennial Park.

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