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Comment by Ellie Mitchell on December 2, 2013 at 5:28am

If Indiana doesn't care about my post, what do hoosiers care about if not corruption as open as mine has been?  I don't understand this site then?  Help me to understand what Indiana does care about?

Comment by Dennis Drake on October 24, 2011 at 11:57pm

Where does Mr Cain stand on gun control,  and other liberty issues,  so far all they have asked him about is his plan for the economy.


I am interested in where he stands on many other issues besides the economy, can anyone here help me out.  I perhaps missed something, in the debates.  We should keep on discussing the candidates here.

I like many things about Perry, but he doesn't qualify for my vote due to his belief and stand on illegal immigration, and I would say many of those jobs he has added in Texas has been for illegal immigrants being hired.  I am sure they are counted in the total.





Comment by Joseph S. on October 24, 2011 at 8:46pm
Man,,,powerful ad. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII like it. He's raising Cain now. Keep it up Herman.
Comment by Joseph S. on October 20, 2011 at 4:33pm
Thank you Patty for the update. That is good news. As for "news", My opinion on newt gingrich is,,,,,,,Same ole,,,Same ole in Washington. He's been in there far, far too long and is part of the Washington system. He's at a point now where he'll say anything to get elected. .Kinda like Senator McCain,,a rhino. Our votes are on Herman Cain. He is ABLE to get the job done with conviction, Integrity, and Honor. Let's hope he doesn't stick his foot in HIS mouth and ruins it for himself. Just stick to the issues.
Comment by David W. Landes on October 20, 2011 at 1:52pm
I too think that Herman Cain is one of the top candidates in this race!! I also like Newt and I think that he has done rather well in the debates! I think that he could be the playground monitor that would send the bullies to time-out for their deplorable behavior! I was a Bachmann suporter for a while but she just churns our words and then appears to do nothing! Newt's new contract with America lays out some great ideas just as Herman Cain has laid out good ideas. The rest appear to be only interested in dragging down what they consider the frontrunner. Newt and Cain are the truly gentlemen in this race and I will keep my options open on both of them. I never liked Romney and his bullying tactics over having illegals working at his house while trying to tear Perry apart is just wrong!! Perry lost it when he was trying to sell me as heartless because I don't want to give over to the illegals! Romney thinks that he has hoodwinked us, especially after he got Christie on his bandwagon, but if you examine both of them, they are similiar in their beliefs, gun control, global warming, and anti conservatives!
Comment by Dave Wooldridge-Indiana St. Dir. on October 20, 2011 at 8:31am

In listening to accounts of the last GOP 'free-for-all;' Sure, each candidate has to make himself stand out from the others, but it seems these people have reverted back to childhood, and they're just bullies on the school playground. I don't listen to Whitney Houston, or Celine Dion, for the same reason; they think that volume equates with quality. Some principal w/in the TEA Party needs to take Romney and Perry and put both in a corner until after the election. Their unlimited ignorance is astounding. Huntsman, Pawlenty, Paul... gimme a break! These guys should be part of the cast of SNL, 'cause they're as serious as Jeff Dunham and Walter. ( Reminds me; Doesn't VP Bite-me look like Walter?)

Who among the serious contenders has a realistic plan of action for easing our economic problems? Bachmann? Somehow, I'd rather use Turbo-Tax. She might do well in the #2 slot, but to lead? I think I'll go with Cain. 

A dream team would be Cain and Allan West, but the line still fits; ANY GOP contender is way more qualified than the present occupant @ 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. (Just try to keep the hormones in check, would ya, guys?)

Comment by Joseph S. on October 19, 2011 at 7:58pm
Very good point,,,,Patty
Comment by Joseph S. on October 18, 2011 at 11:11am

Hey all. Indeed,,,,,Mr. Cain is getting my Wife and I's vote for sure. He has not flipped yet,,as far as I can tell. So he won't flop either. The truth will set you free and Mr. Cain is NOT the only evangelical in the race. Mr. Cain said he gave his life to Jesus when he was a little boy. We NEED conviction,,,We NEED truth,,,,,We NEED Integrity,,,,,,,We NEED Honor and most of all,,,,,,,We NEED Cain.

nobama has been UNABLE to do his job due to lack of experience and conviction. His wishy washy approach and humbleness of authority is getting us laughed at around the world. It will be Cain vs unable. >>>

                                        This time,,,,Cain wins.

Comment by Dave Wooldridge-Indiana St. Dir. on October 17, 2011 at 11:30am


The more I read. and the more I hear from all the candidates, I too believe it is only Herman Cain, that is THE  clear choice for reversing course of the USS Socialism.  Seems as if the media wants Romney, only because BHO can and would beat him. I think from now on, Herman Cain get my support and campaign dollars (such as they are.)

Comment by Joseph S. on September 8, 2011 at 7:19pm
Whoa. No, you're gonna have to be the one to call my mother,,and tell her her e-mail is wrong.  lol.....Appreciate the correction Patty.

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