Photos of Herman Cain, winner of the first republican candidate debates
In October of last year I photographed a Tea Party event in Dayton, Ohio. I was curious. Then Herman Cain, who was the main speaker for the event, came to the platform and began to speak. I had heard him several times when he would sub for other conservative talk show hosts on talk radio. I was always impressed with his down to earth approach to issues and his willingness to take the heat from liberals who call him names, but refuse to discuss the issues. He refuses to stay on the liberal black plantation and the only response that comes from that group is name calling which has no effect on Herman. He just shrugs it off as people unwilling to try to win their arguments based on the issues and the facts.
It was interesting to see African american families coming up to have him sign his book before he was scheduled to speak. It was also interesting to see lots of other people wanting to have their picture taken with Herman. Then at one point during his presentation some people cheered at him about running for President. I’m not talking about a few people in the audience which was mostly white. I’m talking about loud cheers from the entire group.
In any case, I noticed several people searching for images of Herman Cain, so I thought I would share some here and link to others that can be purchased for commercial use downloads.
Additional candid photographs of Herman Cane, Republican conservative African-American presidential candidate and winner of the first Republican candidate debates can be seen by clicking on this link: Herman Cain Photographs
If you would like to learn more about Herman Cain and the Republican presidential candidate debate here is an interesting article on NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE: Introducing Herman Cain