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Today's Mailbag Monday report is on Herman Cain.
I was incredibly impressed with Herman Cain's speech to the media directly answering the allegations against him by these women who recently came forward accusing him of sexual misconduct. He was direct, clear and quite articulate in answering the issues. Cain addressed each of the issues the public might have been concerned about and he did it with conviction and sincerity.
The strongest issues he addressed during his speech were 1) the complete lack of evidence and 2) the fact that some of his accusers were unnamed and that some of the informants were unidentified. 3) In addition, he said what many of his supporters were thinking-that this type of unfounded accusation only serves to distract from the message and 4) that the media had a duty to uncover the facts. 5) At a time when many Americans are tired of the same old political rhetoric, Herman Cain doesn't speak like a politician; he presents himself well and speaks plain English directly responding to the issues without skirting them. 6) Lastly, he assured the American people that he was strong enough to deal with issues like these and that he had even expected them.
This particular speech as well as others I have heard, reflect a strong leader who is prepared for the reality of public office. Herman Cain presents himself as an honest, likeable man who isn't running for the highest office in the land for the power, but for the country. He comes across as a fresh alternative to politics as usual with some sound ideas for America's future. I think this was a smart move for Cain and will go a long way in helping him to put these issues to rest allowing him to move forward with his message.
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