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Cain Visits Bartlett

Republican candidate draws large crowd at Freeman Park

Cain's first stop of Tennessee tour was Bartlett


Presidential candidate Herman Cain started off his speech Friday morning by telling the crowd of approximately 1,500 or more that one of the best kept secrets about him was that he was born in Memphis and many of the folks from Bartlett were his relatives. Saying the voice of the people is more powerful than the voice of the media, the pundits are finally getting it, and the voice of the people is going to decide who is going to be the next President of The United States of America, Cain drew cheers from his supporters.


"The American people have decided they do not like the road this administration has this nation on," said Cain, referring to President Obama and his cabinet. Cain went on to speak of tax reform and restoring employment in the United States and threw in one of his  "Shucky Duckys" to the crowds delight. Most of the crowd that had gathered were members of the TEA party or similar organizations. Smaller government and lower taxes was the thread that tied all of Cain's supporters together. Cain's speech was moving and charismatic and Cain quoted much loved President Ronald Reagan on several occasions.








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