Which Resume displays proven Leadership ( Obama or Cain )?

Chief Executive Officer and President of THE New Voice, Inc., a business consulting company, and Head Coach of HITM (Hermanator’s Intelligent Thinkers Movement) Former Chairman of Godfather’s Pizza, Inc. after serving as CEO and President for ten years, 1986 - 1996. In 1988 he bought the company from The Pillsbury Company Former President of the Tax Leadership Council, the public educational component of Americans for Fair Taxation Past Chairman of the Board of the National Restaurant Association (1994-1995), and former full time CEO and President of the Association (1996-1999) Member of The National Commission on Economic Growth and Tax Reform (1995), chaired by former Republican Vice-Presidential candidate, Jack Kemp Served on the Boards of Directors of AGCO, Inc., Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Hallmark Cards Inc., Whirlpool, Inc.,and Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia Graduated from Morehouse College with a B.S. in Mathematics in 1967. Earned his Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Purdue University in 1971. Recipient of eight Honorary Doctorate Degrees from Morehouse College, New York City Technical College; Suffolk University, Johnson & Wales University, Creighton University, Purdue University, Tougaloo College and the University of Nebraska Author of four books, Leadership Is Common Sense (1997), Speak As A Leader (1999), CEO of SELF (October, 2001), and They Think You’re Stupid (May, 2005) 40 YEARS OF EXECUTIVE EXPERIENCE Or Community Organizer Harvard Grad Civil rights Lawyer (No significant cases - except Acorn) Author of 2 books State Senator (No significant bills written / passed) US Senator (No significant bill written / passed ) ZERO EXECUTIVE EXPERIENCE ( when elected)

Asked By: - 10/2/2011
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Resumes are supposed to reveal success in a career path. Before becoming president, Obama had no record to run on, no clear voting record as a junior senator and, no public opinions on key issues. He campaigned on undoing the Bush era and failed to do so. He has embarked on ensuring his personal agenda for our... More
Answered By: Di - 10/3/2011
Additional Answers (13)
Answered By: Reality has a Liberal Bias - 10/2/2011
Obama cain is a bigoted failed pizza man
Answered By: StephenG - 10/2/2011
The Conservative
Answered By: Judge Andrew - 10/2/2011
How many countries has Cain ran. Obama has years of experience now.
Answered By: Captain Obvious, Defender of Snack Pudding - 10/2/2011
Being The current President of The United States trumps all of Cain's experience
Answered By: NOpublican's in 2012 - 10/2/2011
Obama without a doubt.
Answered By: Edumacated Republican - 10/2/2011
All that cain ever did was cut a bunch of jobs, and nearly bankrupt Godfathers Pizza.
Answered By: Agitator Gnome - 10/2/2011
Borack has been on the government dole all his life.
Answered By: Kenyan-American not the same as African-American - 10/2/2011
OK, we can re-arrange the deck chairs n the Titanic all we want. Yes, Cain has the better resume. BUT, Obama is POTUS. Can we stop some of the speculation and Captain Obvious junk? Let's get in gear. Push Obama and Congress to get their blinkin acts together and DO SOMETHING.......Besides re-arrange deck chairs and... More
Answered By: Don't Fear The Reaper - 10/2/2011
Answered By: ☢♛☠soup☮☂ॐ♥ ツ☾☭ ™ - 10/2/2011
Hmm.. running a pizza joint versus governing the largest super power on Earth. Not much of a competition.
Answered By: lordfrig - 10/2/2011
@ "Obama has years of experience now." Yea..At Fk'n Up America!
Answered By: L.T.M. - 10/2/2011
Wow this one is tough, really hurts my head. I am going to have to flip a coin here. Heads its Cain, tails its Cain. Ok Herman Cain. What do I win. For all of you misguided souls who are trying to defend the failed half white guy. Your not doing to well.
Answered By: Scales of Justice 3 - 10/2/2011
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