The first thing I notice is that liberty supporters, Ron Paul and Gary Johnson have been placed on the outside podium spots of the stage. Typically you will find that front runners draw the middle podium spots which garner more camera time. So how does Herman Cain (never elected, with virtually no name recognition) draw a better podium spot than the guy (Ron Paul) that has raised the most money and has the highest national poll numbers of any candidate on the stage? Hmm..
Governor Gary Johnson at one point in the debate actually complained that the same candidates kept getting all the questions. Johnson in my opinion had every right to complain.
Herman Cain seemed to get three times the amount of questions than he did.
No shocker that Fox News' corporate news pollster, Frank Lutz pumps up that his independent group of SC GOP voters have selected Herman Cain as the winner.
I wonder if Lutz gets a bonus for coming up with pre-determined results?
Something that bothers me about Cain right out of the box? That he won't give any definitive answer on the wars.
Cain as a former KANSAS CITY Federal Reserve chief and Fortune 500 executive, would seem an unlikely choice to be running as a populist.
To anybody but Fox News, who didn't even raise the issue.
Is Herman Cain pre-ordainly picked by Fox News?
Fox News, Fairly Unbalanced.