On the other hand, Sarah Palin is a former governor, a former VP candidate, and spent the last three years learning more about the issues. As a hardcore Palin detractor, I must give her some credit for this. I believe she was seriously considering running, and was engaged in the process of preparing herself--something Cain clearly seems uninterested in.
How long has Cain been in this race, and how long did he contemplate a run? It's clear he did not expect to get this far, because he did little to no preparation. The abortion issue alone is a mess of confusion, and the more he is asked about it, the worse he sounds. (Can someone in the campaign please give this man an answer to memorize?)
Now we Republicans find ourselves with a personally popular candidate in the top tier who does not possess adequate knowledge of the issues, or more importantly, the desire or motivation to be a serious candidate.
I find Cain very likable, and his position is beneficial to Romney. But I think his days in the top spot are numbered because he cannot maintain support in the face of such obvious incompetence. The man doesn't even seem to think he needs to be ready.
Seeing Cain's rise, I wonder if Palin regrets her decision.
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