(CNN) - Hollywood's Superman has little hope for a super-GOP candidate.
Actor Dean Cain, who previously endorsed Texas Gov. Rick Perry, said the four remaining Republican presidential candidates lack the charisma to beat President Barack Obama.
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"I think Mitt Romney is the strongest of the remaining candidates and I think he'll win the Republican nomination." Cain said. "I think President Obama will defeat him in November."
While Cain is not set on which Republican candidate he will vote for in November, he said "If Mitt Romney becomes the Republican nominee, he'll get my vote."
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Actor Dean Cain, who previously endorsed Texas Gov. Rick Perry, said the four remaining Republican presidential candidates lack the charisma to beat President Barack Obama
Spoken like the shallow actor you are.... So are we to assume you thought Rick Perry had charisma?! BWAHAHA!! Maybe you should consider comedy as well?!
It's not charisma they lack. They lack substance and leadership ability. Charisma alone doesn't cut it.
And this is why I don't feel the need to frequent the Ticker as much as I used to.
Well, that is the last time I support his acting career.
Yes . . . correct – no super-candidate. Only Super-PACs, thanks to the Supreme Court's stupid 2010 decision, declaring that wealthy groups buying elections is somehow protected under "free speech!"
I too used to like Ron Paul – but I now have questions as to whether some of his past writings had racist undertones. Huntsman was the only GOP'er I'd really liked. . .and now that he's out, the current GOP field reminds me of the Big Apple Circus.
Well, he was dumb enough to think Perry, the Other Bush was a good choice, so who cares who he supports? Interesting, though, that even someone who supported such a terrible candidate sees through all the others, but its probably more that they aren't like Gov. Jesus McBangBang. Maybe he should move to Texas where the governor carries a gun to go jogging.
The man endorsed Rick Perry and that doesn't tell us something? He should just pick one of the clowns from the Republican Clown Car and waste his vote. Only the right-wing Teavangelicals will vote Republican and that won't be enough to win.
Hey Dean, it's not charisma that they lack (except, perhaps, in the case of Romney). It's substance, ideas, and integrity.
Well...yeah!!!! A bunch of lackluster GOP candidates that would rather talk about birth control pills...and they are MEN for goodness sakes.
"Lackluster" is putting it mildly. If I were to post my thoughts on these candidates, my comment would be removed.
How is this news?
Dean Cain should be glad Perry is out of the race! Guv'nah Goodhair is as good for this nation as Michele Bachmann or Santorum, the Other Rick! Mitt will get the nomination, but Obama will remain our president for the next 4! I think even the naysayers will be glad of the fact, even if they only admit it to themselves!!
After that abysmal attendance in that detroit stadium today and the super stupid remark about ann s cadillacs andrea saul has more than just some explaining to do about willard
straight forward mgood answer I like it.
Actor Dean Cain who ?
And who cares if he had a deep love for Rick Perry !
THey lack a hell of a lot more than charisma, son. But, then again, you backed Rick Perry. LOL Stick to acting....
Who? This is not news. he is right about obama beating romney. But i did not need superboy to tell me that.
This guy is relevant?
The GOP doesn't even have a mediocre candidate.
►Superman actor says there is no super-candidate
Nor was he a "super-actor" nor was he great!!
But he did get it right when he says the candidates "...lack the charisma to beat President Barack Obama"
He also got it right when he said, "..."I think President Obama will defeat [Romney] in November" without any Drama!!
"Actor Dean Cain, who previously endorsed Texas Gov. Rick Perry, said the four remaining Republican presidential candidates lack the charisma to beat President Barack Obama."
Actually, they lack the charisma to beat Michael Dukakis,
Since he endorsed Rick Perry, does this mean he believes Rick Perry is charismatic? Obviously, Dean Cain spent too much time high in the air during his time as Superman...
Wow you must have been sippin that kryptonite koolaid huh? Romney/ really?
Good lord, why on earth would you publicly admit to supporting Rick Perry? My impression of mr. cain just dropped considerably.
Wait, who invited Superman to the conversation? I won't even watch Dean Cain's bad B movies, why would I care what he thinks about the field. He's right though, but still.
hot and smart. mmm . . .