Herman Cain is the real deal. Whether he gets the nomination or not, Republican voters are enamored with his unique combination of intriguing life story, optimism, new ideas for the future, and boldness that none of the other candidates has shown. As an outsider, Cain has benefited from the electorate’s dissatisfaction first by becoming a protest candidate, and now, in light of The Wall Street Journal poll, a serious presidential candidate.
Poll after poll suggests that Republicans are looking for fresh faces, new ideas, and most of all, optimism about our future. Cain offers all of the above. As an outsider, his strategy of campaigning all over the country but avoiding retail politics is what has appealed to Republican voters in the last several months, as Cain’s popularity has soared. His candidacy offers a down-to-earth authenticity, a sense of positivity and enthusiasm, and a non-politician who gives succinct, direct answers.
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