Herman Cain came out in support for collective bargaining for wages and other benefits for public sector employees at the Journal Sentinel.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said Monday that he believes public employees should be allowed to bargain collectively on wages and other benefits as long as it does not create an undue burden on taxpayers. …
Cain also appeared to be unclear on the issue of collective bargaining as it involves federal employees. Asked if he thought federal employees should have the ability to bargain collectively, Cain said: “They already have it, don’t they?”
Told they didn’t, he said, “They have unions.”
And then there is this video on Libya. I think it’s much worse than the Perry flub in the debate. Just watch:
Sorry guys, but I’ve been behind Cain for a long time and I can’t support him any longer. He is sounding worse and worse as time goes on and that Libya answer…it was horrible. It’s like he’s afraid to say the wrong thing and his fumbling around was cringe worthy. There are other videos at the Journal Sentinel and you can go there and listen and read. I don’t think anything he could say now will convince me to support him. I need competence in a president.
Another look at Newt?