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Americans for Herman Cain

"A Real Choice" +
1:09 web video from Oct. 18, 2011.


        TEXT: What if we didn't have to choose between the lesser of two evils this year?
        [photos McCain, Giuliani then add Perry, Romney]

        TEXT: What if we had a nominee who was a real conservative?
        [photo McCain]

        TEXT: A nominee who believes in traditional values?
        [photo Giuliani]

        TEXT: A nominee who wasn't the father of Obamacare?
        [photo Romney]

        TEXT: A nominee who could actually win a debate with Obama?
        [photo Perry]

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Cain: Here's what you can do if you want to help take this nation back.  When you get to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" keep reading, because it says when any form of government becomes destructive of those ideals it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it.  We've got some altering and abolishing to do.

Cain (clip from debate): And I'm proud of the fact quite frankly that I haven't held public office before, because I ask people, most of the people that are in elective office in Washington, DC they have held public office before.  How's that working for you?

Cain (audio): We have a mess.  How about sending a problem solver to the White House?

Notes: Compares this race with 2008, asking "What if we didn't have to choose between the lesser of two evils this year?"  The video glosses over the fact that in 2008 there were other candidates than McCain and Giuliani.