Yesterday (November First http://justincase505.blogspot.com/2011/11/thisnthat-november-first-1-more.html), I blogged about "The Soros Plumbers" quite possibly having sabotaged the Herman Cain campaign with "Watergate-esque" activities. I quite possibly may have been wrong (imagine that! Someone admitting a possible error!). I could have been Mr Cain's own party; Mr Cain's opponents for the GOP nomination.
Think about this: Willard "Mitt" Romney--for the most part--has been leading in the polls since forever; this time 'round, the GOP nomination seemed--early on--to be Mr Romney's to lose. Newt Gingrich has been rising in the polls of late. He seems to be considered "a Washington insider," a negative in anybody's book! Texas Governor Rick Perry--after his declaration--shot up meteoritically in the polls, to run a close second to Mr Romney. Mr Rick Santorum seems to have traction on a local basis but not much of a following, nationally. Former Governor John Huntsman--at least to me--seems to be untrustworthy, having been "Clown Prince ZERO-bama, the Narcissist's" Ambassador to China; potentially a 'stealth' member of the owe-bama inner circle. Mr Ron Paul is largely seen as a bit of a radical, albiet with a potent message and a passionate delivery; probably not electable. Ms Michele Bachmann--after being a top contender--seems to have had 'the bottom fall out of her campaign;' out of her debate credentials.
While I'm accusing no-one, I merely suggest that anyone of these contenders may have been the sabeteur in Mr Cain's
The public; the Herman Cain supporters seem not to be buying the assertions that Mr Cain made any inappropriate advances toward co-workers when he ran the National Restaurant Association. On his morning talkshow, Mark Davis (WBAP-820AM; DFW; 8:30-11:00AM, central time; http://www.wbap.com/article.asp?id=746707 ) had several callers and emailers who said they'd already donated from $50 to $150 to the Herman Cain Campaign (as have I!)!! Mark Block--Mr Cain's Chief-of-Staff--reported that in a single, 24-hour period (last Sunday evening to Monday evening), Mr Cain's campaign raised upwards of $400,000; a clear vote-of-confidence!!