CainMania

Cain has always been a strong speaker, but there is now a symbiotic relationship between his success in the polls and his capacity to electrify an audience. Now that he is a top-tier candidate, voters are more drawn to him, which gives him the confidence to give even better speeches and fire people up even more. Cain is funny, intense, passionate, inspirational, and a master of timing. He still has not gotten any true scrutiny, but the current dynamics are serving him well.

Crowd explodes as Georgia businessman takes Values Voter Summit stage, erupts again as he says “the problem is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.”

Cain: “We’ve got some altering and abolishing to do.”

Gets best reception so far of all speakers — and touts top-tier status.

Watch it live here.

Talks about humble roots, “half-a-house” he lived in as a child.

Cain channels American exceptionalism, says, “We are still the nation that all the other nations in the world look up to…and I will never apologize for America’s greatness.”

Cain has always been a strong speaker, but there is now a symbiotic relationship between his success in the polls and his capacity to electrify an audience. Now that he is a top-tier candidate, voters are more drawn to him, which gives him the confidence to give even better speeches and fire people up even more. Cain is funny, intense, passionate, inspirational, and a master of timing. He still has not gotten any true scrutiny, but the current dynamics are serving him well.
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