Despite his surprising soar to the head of the Republican presidential nominating race, even Herman Cain himself must have realized that he had little to no chance of actually making it to the White House. And now that he’s suspended his campaign, the former frontrunner says his “pursuit of the presidency was only a means to an end.” The nation has big problems, he wrote in a commentary to supporters titled “Brokenhearted, but not Broke,” and he’s got solutions.
Cain said that he’s not surprised that he was “viciously attacked “after his rise in the polls, referring to the sexual allegations made against him, but the nature of the attacks took him by surprise.
“Me, a womanizer? I never would have thought they’d come up with that one. But I knew the establishment would not like the idea of my success, because I will not get along by going along like so many do,” he said.
Cain also blamed the media for his campaign getting knocked off of its track.
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