Herman Cain #1 on Zogby Poll

Though the “mainstream” media continues to do its best to pretend that Herman Cain doesn’t exist, the “atypical GOP candidate” continues to rise in popularity with the conservative base of the Republican Party.

Just a few days after his well-received appearance in the first GOP presidential debate, Cain shot to the #2 spot on the Zogby poll,  just behind the popular but “I’m not running” New Jersey governor Chris Christie.

Today’s latest Zogby poll has Cain ahead of Christy by 3 points in the #1 spot. Despite his millions and his backing by the GOP establishment fatcats, Mitt “RomneyCare” Romney continues to lag behind in third place.

The 2012 primary is still a long way out, and a lot could change.  It remains uncertain whether popular conservative Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) will throw her hat in the ring, and there is a movement afoot to draft Texas governor Rick Perry.

For now, though, it is very interesting–and very refreshing–to see that despite the multiple efforts of the GOP establishment to get RINO candidates into the race and back them with millions, the man who is the most conservative among the declared candidates is standing tall at the #1 spot on the Zogby poll.

It would seem that regular Americans have truly become sick and tired of letting the “mainstream” media and the GOP establishment tell them which candidates “can win” and which ones “can’t win” (it’s always the same old story: only the most liberal ones can win, and the conservative ones are always doomed).  Perhaps conservatives have finally figured out that they can shape their own destiny and create their own winning candidate, if they’ll only stop listening to the liberal mouthpieces and get behind the best candidate.

Maybe there’s hope remaining for our great nation.

6 Responses to “Herman Cain #1 on Zogby Poll”

  1. Herman Cain has the background and experience needed to run the country — I’m positive he could do a better job than the current president, who got the job with NO experience whatsoever. The reason obama won was due to his oratory powers — if Cain runs against him, he will have met his oratory match. As we saw in 2008, people make decisions based on who is the best orator.  I think Cain is better than obama. The main stream media is ignoring Cain, but conservative people are not…

  2. Herman Cain has the background and experience needed to run the country — I’m positive he could do a better job than the current president, who got the job with NO experience whatsoever. The reason obama won was due to his oratory powers — if Cain runs against him, he will have met his oratory match. As we saw in 2008, people make decisions based on who is the best orator.  I think Cain is better than obama. The main stream media is ignoring Cain, but conservative people are not…

  3. Amazing how many, and diverse, folks will support an actual American. Count me in. His admission of ignorance on the “right of return” question was perfect- Stupidity is not fixable- ignorance is a quality we all share in varying degrees. The test is what we choose to do about it. Herman passed with flying colors.
    Run, Herman, Run!

  4. Thanks Mr. Ellis. You put words to my frustrations.

    We’ll just keep on keepin’ on and if they continue to ignore Cain, we’ll get him elected without their help.
    I sure don’t want them picking our nominee again.  

  5. Folks’ I truely believe we have Americas first black cannidiate and president in our grasp. For all of you who wanted to a successful black president, it is time to refocuse. Barack is destroying our country with the help of many dem. leaders. Let us now vote for a true conservitive Black man that has the morals, convictions, leadership ability and back ground to lead this nation out of the path of destruction inwich we are headed. If you love your country, your children, or your own future, we must vote for Mr. Cain.