Herman is raising cain on Romney presumably not being electable.
When Obama came out and said that Obamacare was basically patented off of Romneycare, what can Mitt Romney say to that?
A lot of people want Obamacare repealed, and they have a very uneasy feeling listening to the man who created the Massachusetts prototype for Obamacare saying that if he is elected, he will do way with Obamacare. The repeal of Obamacare is way too important to just elect Romney and "hope" he does what he promised. As for the south, Herman is right again. Romney did terrible in the south. Romney is a Northeastern Republican. In many ways, Mitt Romney comes off appearing and sounding like the Republican version of John Kerry. I said back during the 2008 primaries that Mike Huckabee made it possible for John McCain to win the Republican nomination. In the overall delegate count, Romney only won 271 delegates to McCain's 1575. Though I believe independents voted in open Republican primaries, the fact remains that Romney was slaughtered. I also took a look at the results from the southern states, and Herman was right. Romney didn't win any southern states. In what are the three crucial battle ground states in a presidential election, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, Romney lost in all three of those states in the primaries. The saying goes, "Don't hate the messenger, hate the message". Republicans and conservatives need to take to heart what Cain said, because everything he said was factually accurate. I joke on Mittens, but I don't dislike him personally. I know how some conservatives point out the supposed flaws of say a Sarah Palin or Michelle Bachmann, well these same folks should put on the magnifying glasses and take a good hard look at Mitt Romney's obvious flaws. As for Mitt's religion, I wish it wouldn't' be an issue, because it shouldn't' be an issue. Barack Obama came from one very theologically warped and racist church, and he was elected president. So in the perfect world, if Barry can get elected president why not Mitt? Unfortunately, this isn't a perfect world where two sides of a coin aren't judged equally. I predict other candidates will also start to turn their knives away from Obama and redirect them towards Romney also as the Iowa Caucus approaches.