The latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll is out, and it has a rather curious finding.
It shows that no African-American voters in the United States of America support Mitt Romney’s bid for the White House, giving President Obama 94% of the African-American vote to Romney’s zero, zilch, nada, nothing.
That might be a surprise to Herman Cain. A former front-runner in the race for the Republican presidential nomination was in Houston for the sixth annual International Financial and Leadership Summit presented by the Texas Women’s Empowerment Foundation.
We suspect he’ll share the same Cain wisdom in Tampa that he did in Houston: 'This race is going to be tight, all the way up until the last vote. My message to the people is real simple: Every vote counts.'
Honorary co-chair, state representative, and Democrat, Sylvester Turner said Cain was a good choice to speak about turning an idea into financial success. 'It’s about leadership and it’s about business and how you turn an idea into success. And certainly, no one can question his success with Godfather’s Pizza and Burger King.'
Another example that leadership and success go beyond politics and race.