Friday, October 21, 2011

Rock US Like a HermanCain!

Rock us Cain!  
Many of us Caniacs are already becoming HermanCainiacs!
Why am I making this reference to hockey?

There's a new Civitas Poll out.  And the catchphrase "HermanCain" is in this statement, "this seems to be one HermanCain that Carolinians would not mind blowing into the state..."

And it basically says (in my words):  

A "Cain" Would "Thrash" the "Predator" out of the White House.

Yes I know it's early.  And let's face it, Mr. Ed, the horse, would get my vote before Barack Obama would or for that matter, any Democrat would. 

Can't help it.  I'm having so much fun with the HermanCain phrase found in the article:

Civitas Poll: Cain Leads Obama in N.C.

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Raleigh, N.C. – A new poll by the Civitas Institute shows Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain leading Democratic incumbent Barack Obama by five percent among North Carolina voters.

Cain is the choice of 46 percent of North Carolina voters if the election for President of the United States was today and the candidates were Herman Cain the Republican, and Barack Obama the Democrat.  Forty-one percent said they would vote for Obama, and 10 percent said they are undecided.

Cain has the support of 81 percent of Republicans along with 50 percent of unaffiliated voters.  Democratic voters would vote for Obama by a 68 percent to 19 percent margin.

“Just as is happening nationally, we are seeing a swell of support for Herman Cain in North Carolina,” said Civitas Institute President Francis De Luca.

Voters age 18-25 (52 percent) and 56-65 (50 percent) would vote for Obama if the election was today.  Forty-four percent of those age 26-40 and 55 percent of voters age 41-55 would vote for Cain.  In the key 66+ demographic, the margin narrows to 45 percent Cain – 42 percent Obama.  Regionally, Cain garners the most support in Charlotte and the Piedmont Triad, while voters in the Triangle and Northeast are most likely to vote for Obama.

“To borrow a pun that is going around, this seems to be one HermanCain that Carolinians would not mind blowing into the state,” added De Luca.

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Randall Lee Yow said...

Mrs Barber,

You want to pay a 17% sales tax in North Carolina!? No thank you, I just want everyone to pay their fair share. Sorry for the flurry of posts, but I had a 20 ounce cup of "Christmas Double Dark Dutch Chocolate Roast Coffee" with 2 shots of Espresso and I am bouncing off the walls right now.

-Randall Lee Yow

Sheila Barber said...

First of all MR. YOW - You are welcome anytime to post all you want. Remember my motto: I want those who oppose to what we post here (and sometimes agree) to have full access to write.

We never know what we might agree on.

That's my way of being fair to the opposing view.

Secondly, where oh where did you get that coffee. Got to have a cup.

Third, I like Cain. And the rich are paying their fair share. There's no mathematical way to dispute someone in a lower income bracket pays more than someone in the upper. None. No matter what blabber mouth Warren Buffet says.

That's simply not disputable.

The wealthy do more than be evil. If the wealthy pulled out of America your beloved charities would fold. God help us if the Temple Theatre didn't get its donations.

Simply put if you want everybody to pay their fair share it does mean making the 50% who don't pay anything pay their fair share too.

The more money I have the more I spend. Therefore, the more taxes generated. Which in turns helps those who have less.

Now some people simply won't get off their butt, stop talking on their cell phones or watching their 42" TVs to ask for help. They think it SHOULD automatically come to them. I know some like that. Boggles my mind.


Randall Lee Yow said...

It was a special sample that the Java Express got. I think Cactus Creek is going to roast it for a special Christmas blend. It was a heavy dark roast and without the chocolate i think it would have been to bitter, but with the chocolate it was pretty drinkable. I have never liked the cranberry coffees they make for Christmas and the mint ones smell better than they taste, but this super dark roast with heavy dark chocolate flavor was right on the money for what I thought a Christmas coffee should taste like.

I understand why Herman Cain is rising in the polls. He is very charismatic and he comes across as a friendly type of every man. Cain's tax plan is simple enough for everyone to understand and I am sure that wins him points. After all this kind of thing is boring to most people. The Republican Establishment will torpedo his nomination though.

-Randall Lee Yow

Sheila Barber said...

I will have to ask for it.

Told you we would agree sometimes. WHeather it's the Republican or Democratic establishment both attempt to bring down someone with sensible solutions.

let's face it. No one has all the solutions. but Cain's makes sense. it's not perfect. As much as I would love to lock the doors on the IRS, I can't. There are crooks and the IRS has helped to find them. However they have gone overboard and now will be used to make sure American citizens comply with Healthcare mandates.

Dang I can't wait to go try that coffee.


Randall Lee Yow said...

I don't think the Coffee is going to be out until Nov or Dec it was just a sample to get the feeling if people would like it. The Java is great however and if you go I am sure you will find something you like.

-Randall Lee Yow

Kirk D. Smith said...

The IRS missed the crook we call the Secretary of the Treasury! Or how about Warren Buffet?

Sheila Barber said...

Good one Kirk. Amazing how Buffet can lecture the rest of on giving our "fair share" and fight paying back taxes he owes at the same time!

Wonder why Hollywood has become silent on Obama? The occupiers would pay hundreds to hear Bono and keep paying high movie tickets to see the Hollywood elitists but have a hissy fit over a $5 monthly debit charge.

its out of whack.


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