Well the ink's barely dry, and I don't have all the details yet, but I just broke the law and watched Herman Cain's speech from Detroit on my cell phone while driving to work and I'm excited. His campaign has just announced an exemption from federal income taxes on ALL people at or below the poverty line, making his plan effectively 9-0-9 for the truly poor.
In addition to this, he's offering additional exemptions for businesses in impoverished areas of the country, such as this part of Detroit. He used the beautiful (but deserted) building behind him as an example of the type of structure that would be of interest to entrepreneurs, if only onerous regulations didn't keep them from trying.
I'm sure the details of his plan will be endlessly debated for weeks, but once again Mr. Cain has proven himself to be bold beyond compare. Just giving a speech in run-down Detroit shows an audacity of hope unlike any other candidate. The more I watch this man, the more excited I become.
If you haven't watched this speech yet, I recommend you hunt it down on the internet. Dr. Martin Luther King's niece introduced Mr. Cain with a short speech that brought tears to my eyes.