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Book proves Cain worthy of presidence
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Well, praise the Lord! We finally have a worthy candidate for the presidency.
I just read Herman Cain’s book, “This is Herman Cain,” and I couldn’t put it down. I’ve been watching the debates on TV and online and decided after the last one that I really needed more information on Herman Cain.
I was in Kroger the other day when saw his book. I picked it up because I wanted to know more about this guy who speaks so well without a teleprompter.
Now, I feel it is a duty of mine to tell readers about this guy. I had apprehensions because of the disaster that is now in the White House. After reading about his life and his intentions for America, I am sold.
Cain is a fighter in more ways than one. He uses common-sense solutions to bring dying companies back to life. He relied on his faith in God to bring back his own life while battling stage-four colon cancer.
He also knows he is not finished fixing things yet. He’s got to fix the United States from stage-four socialism. Cain will stand firm with the Declaration of Independence in one hand and the Constitution in the other and get us back on the tracks of a can-do-it nation.
He says the liberals call him crazy and he agrees with them. He is crazy – about liberty, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
I am energized by this man’s ideas and his courage to step up to the plate as George Washington and many others did. I encourage readers to buy the book, but first I would like to summarize his ideas on major topics.
Regarding health care, Cain said he would appeal Obamacare. He said the liberals in Congress have dismantled the free-market health care system and replaced it with health care “deform.”
They have extended the tentacles of government and diminished patients’ rights, all in the guise of making health care a “right” for all.
Cain believes in the free market called capitalism. It is how our country was born and how it survived all these years. They tried socialism in Jamestown, early in our country’s history, and they all died of starvation. I don’t think we want to revisit that.
Cain thinks the government has its tentacles in too many areas of our lives, depriving us of more and more precious liberties. He thinks education is best for the states, teachers and parents to decide.
The Constitution clearly states what the federal duties are to include. Education is not one of them.
On government spending, he said, nothing is off the table for cuts. He said the bottomless piggy bank will end. A man with integrity and faith – wow.
Cain wants the nation’s citizens to read all of the Declaration of Independence. Don’t stop with, “We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal and endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
He encourages citizens to read a little further, where it says that when a government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people and their duty to throw off such a government and replace it.
What we need to throw off is liberalism and its constant attacks of moral degradation to the Christian social structure. It is breeding like a cancer.
Cain believes the country is being polluted by the Communist socialist left. He wants to make every effort to bring us back from a dependent society to an independent, vibrant, capitalistic society that was formed by the Founding Fathers. 
He says that we are the defending fathers of the nation’s heritage – and we are. We had better be, or we will be telling our children about how it used to be when this was a free country. I don’t want to have to do that. Do you?
So, here’s what you should do. Buy a copy of “This is Herman Cain” so you know about him. Tell everyone you know, and vote accordingly.
There is nowhere else to flee, ladies and gentlemen. America is the last free place in the world.

Jeffers lives in Richmond Hill and can be reached at

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