... I am deeply disappointed. Anyone can steer a ship when the seas
are calm. You can measure a man by how he handles adversity, and his
determination to not give up.
The best candidate remaining by far, to deal with the excesses of
government, is Ron Paul, but he is very unlikely to win. He only has
about 2% support.
That leaves us with a bunch of other candidates with baggage either
personally or politically. I really felt that Cain was the right
choice. Although he was far from perfect, his heart was in the right
place. He was willing to stand up for what he believed in, and not
take fuzzy positions like Romney or Gingrich.
We live in a time when the country could seriously drive off a cliff
built out of debt. In response to this, the right has become more
libertarian, but other than Ron Paul, we lack a candidate who really
believes it. Maybe Michele Bachmann believes it, but she has come
across as too religious and not practical, and therefor has failed to
find a following.