The surging support for presidential contender Herman Cain stems in part from his warm, likable personality, his status as an outsider, his record of accomplishment in the world of business, and his bold, upbeat program for reform. But it also reflects the stupid, petty, mutually destructive nastiness that’s recently afflicted the campaigns of Rick Perry and Mitt Romney, leaving the two frontrunners badly damaged and creating an obvious opening for the Hermanator — or perhaps for someone else.
— Michael Medved is columnist
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Dat kan goed zijn. Je merkte ook gelijk de backlash toen Cain iets te gretig sprak over ongevoeligheid van Perry over het N-Head bord. Dat was niet slim van hem. Hij zal er geleerd van hebben.