Presidential Hopeful Speaks at Georgia Republican Party

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

MACON, Ga. (AP) -- Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain
says the American dream is under attack from runaway debt, a
stagnant economy and a Democratic administration forcing a
legislative agenda citizens don't want.

In a rousing speech to the Georgia Republican Party state
convention Saturday morning, the radio show host and former
Godfather's Pizza CEO said that being No. 2 economically or
militarily "is not in our DNA."

Cain has never held elected office and is considered a longshot
for the White House. But he's become a tea party darling. And he
received an enthusiastic reception in his home state Saturday.

Cain said the nation should stimulate the economy by cutting
taxes. He supports replacing the federal income tax with a national
sales tax.


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  • by Georgia Boy Location: Cairo on May 16, 2011 at 04:06 AM
    Don't know anything about the man, but I like the way he talks. I could vote for him if he's selected in the primaries to run against Obama. Boy wouldn't that throw a cog in the wheel if two black men, one not half black, ran for President against each other?
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