Obama's "Worst Nightmare" Is Leading in GOP Presidential Poll

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A new Zogby poll shows Atlanta businessman Herman Cain vaulting into the No. 1 front-runner position among active candidates as the choice to win the GOP presidential nomination in 2012.
Cain — a businessman, Navy vet, Math and Computer Science graduate, and former chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City — was the preferred choice of 14% of the likely Republican primary voters polled.
His showing placed second only to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who got 17%. Christie, however, has insisted repeatedly that he will not be running for president in 2012. Ron Paul placed third with 10%, followed by former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who had 9%.
Read the rest of this Newsmax article here.
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0 responses to “Obama's "Worst Nightmare" Is Leading in GOP Presidential Poll

  1. He’s got my vote!

  2. Yaaaaaa baby! Come on Cain add Allen West and you will be unstoppable!!!!!

    • Will,
      LOL – Yeah, from Obama and the left’s perspective, that would surely be the ticket from Hell.

  3. I heard enough from Christie to know he really needs to stay out of this!

  4. yep and the SRM will do everything in their power to dismiss Cain….ugh

  5. THEN THEY WILL DO IT AT THEIR OWN PERIL! If the mainstream GOP pull that stunt of “Okay you can have your guy but you will need one of ours if you want our full support” they will crushed next election cycle and those so called conservatives like Bill Kristol, Krauthhammer, and the rest will not find a save haven anywhere!
    The American people WANT IT ALL and damn it we shall!

  6. I have listened to Herman Cain for years on Neal Boortz. He would be awesome!

  7. I like Herman Cain and what he stands for, excepting a uniform flat tax.


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