Will Cain Endorsement Give Gingrich a Boost?

Georgia businessman Herman Cain backs former Georgia congressman Newt Gingrich. Does it matter?

Former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain voiced his support for Newt Gingrich during an appearance in Florida on Saturday.

The analysts at the New York Times' Five Thirty Eight blog and Real Clear Politics say Romney has a solid lead in Florida, which holds its primary on Tuesday.

Has Gingrich lost his momentum? Can endorsements from Cain and Fred Thompson, who stopped in Atlanta on Thursday to stump for Gingrich, help him bounce back?

What do you think? Tell us in the comments section below.

C. Vinson February 01, 2012 at 08:55 PM
Someone should have told Obama before he reached the low-point of his State of the Union Address when asking "Why can't we be just like them?" "Them" being "the Navy Seals who had killed Bin-Laden and could be Democrat or Republican" while knowing full well "28 of the 30" were later killed in a helicopter ambush by the Taliban. Obviously, feeding off the living is not enough. ++++++++ Don I would appreciate you providing me with this wording, as I have scoured the SOU address and can't find it.
Max February 01, 2012 at 09:50 PM
There is one guy posting all over Dunwoody blogs using at least 23 separate handles! Ther is only one person crazy enough to do this, we're on to you Tucker-boy! LLOLL (Literally, laughing out loud, literally.)
C. Vinson February 01, 2012 at 09:52 PM
Good detective work, Max!
don Gabacho February 01, 2012 at 11:24 PM
For the Washington Post's report of Obama "to honor" "Navy Seals" dead: goto http://goo.gl/DBzB7 For Obama's State of the Union remarks, "One of my proudest possessions is the flag that the SEAL Team took with them on the mission to get bin Laden. On it are each of their names. SOME MAY BE DEMOCRATS. SOME MAY BE REPUBICANS..." goto: USAToday's Transcript of Obama's State of the Union Addresss at: http:http://goo.gl/V4ipc For the UK's Daily Mail report of [correction] "38 people - including 30 American Special Forces troops and eight Afghan soldiers - were killed when the blast brought down the helicopter early Saturday. Of the 30, 22 Navy SEALs from the elite 'Team Six' unit that killed Osama bin Laden lost their lives...": goto: goo.gl/RYAf4
don Gabacho February 02, 2012 at 12:32 AM
"MxGov" = the Mexican Government; Obviously, the US Constitution does not empower any foreign power, including the Mexican Government to involve itself i (incognito no less) n US elections. Election complaint, beginning prior to the last General Election, was made to the SOS of GA plus later follow-up, with proofs of the identities, to Obama's USDOJ. "How does this relate to the subject"? Doesn't the subject have something to do with a U.S. election? As to "your (my) party"? Being a "party" of one, my "party" has no nomination process. The "putting all their eggs into one basket" question still stands no matter any party's nomination process.


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