- Jul 2011
- becoming more and more
To be fair to Cain, my parents told me the same thing. We lived in a small town in California. The protest were mostly in the cities. So, growing up in a small conservative town the protestors seemed like trouble-makers. Cain actually did fairly well. The only thing that kinda bothered me was his staff clapping and cheering him on in the background. I've just never seen that with a one on one interview. Frankly, I found it to be rude. Cain was a guest on a show. Cheering and clapping, everytime he disagrees with something the moderator asked, sends the message that they're inexperienced, bias, and don't respect the forum that's giving Cain the chance to articulate his position on the issues.