Floyd and Mary Beth Brown

When Cain became President and CEO of Godfather's Pizza, Inc., it stood on the brink of bankruptcy. In only 14 months, he turned it to profitability. Couldn't we use this type of business knowhow to help balance the budget in Washington? "I've turned around situations where companies were about to go bankrupt. Now the United States of America is about to go bankrupt. I think my ability to solve problems will appeal to a lot of people."

Girded with an undergraduate degree in mathematics and a Master's degree from Purdue, Cain also served as chairman of the Federal Reserve in Kansas City. He fully understands the great dangers the uncontrolled spending and printing of money will have on the nation's future generations. Cain advocates a return to sound money, and we believe this could be the biggest issue by 2012 as already oil and food prices are soaring. Inflation's nefarious effects are already making it difficult for the most vulnerable Americans to afford groceries. Cain would focus on the economy and national security as president.

But one of the most impressive of Herman Cain's qualifications is his faith in God. He quietly shared with us, how he felt the power of an omniscient God at key junctures of his life. We like to call this the power of God's Providence.

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown are both bestselling authors and speakers. In 1988, working from their kitchen table, they formed Citizens United.
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