Herman Cain: ‘People Are Tired of Rhetoric Attacking Success’
In last night’s all-important RNC speech, Mitt Romney said, “The centerpiece of Obama’s re-election is attacking success. We celebrate success in America, we don’t apologize for it.” Is that a fair criticism of the president? Herman Cain reacted on America’s Newsroom.
“Last night, Governor Romney defined his vision for America and his vision for America is success, not failure. And I believe that it resonates, particularly because I’ve been listening to business people and individuals, and they are tired of this rhetoric of division from the administration
and they are tired of this rhetoric of attacking success and attacking business people in this country.”
On the question of whether Romney offered enough big ideas about job creation, Herman Cain said he was very encouraged by Romney’s energy plan: “That’s one of the biggest sectors of the economy that can create the greatest number of jobs quickly.” Cain thinks Romney will be more specific about his tax proposals on how to boost small businesses in the days to come.