Friday, October 14, 2011

Brians' views on the Conservative candidates

There comes a time when you back up and regroup. Politically that seems to be expedient, Romney was never top of my list, not once, Bachmann, well let us just say, not gonna happen. Perry? Well, on paper he might be a good candidate but his fumble in debates can not be dismissed. Cain? Herman Cain? At first I was suspect, now I cast a jaundiced eye.
Thing is, after a few debates and listening to his speeches I am becoming a fan, yeah yeah I know, a bit early to pick a horse in this race, but come on, this is a race of cripples, (no offense mean,t I am 90% disabled myself) they all have problems. Thing is Politics aside, the fate of OUR Country comes into play and for the life of me I can not figure out why Romney, Bachmann and Perry need to be running, according to their platforms and their debates the current crisis is just an easy fix - all we have to do is elect them, They say we need Leadership. Therein lies the problem, I say we need Representatives. Not leaders,
We The People are the leaders and they are supposed to "Represent Us". I do not think I am wrong about this, read the "Federalist Papers" or read the Constitution, both will show you a new light on what we are seeing.
Right now, Herman Cain is the only person I see that has embraced what our Founding Fathers put all their money and and blood into, and some, if you actually know history gave their life for it.
How many today would stand so firm, stand so fast that life is worth their liberty?
Few if any. Well OK, a few, there is a few core Americans that abide by and embrace Liberty Or Death. I think you will find they are also the ones that put on the uniform and fight or fought for Liberty.
To sum it up. Out of the field of so called Republican Candidates my belief is Herman Cain is a patriot and the others only wear a badge saying that.
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Thanks for sending this to me, Brian.
Anybody got any thoughts on this? Be nice if you disagree, respect the mans' right to his own views.