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On Sep. 8, 2008, Herman Cain said economy was terrific

Found this nice Tom Woods blog on Herman Cain and how clueless he was a week before the banking collapse of 2008. Good info for those of us who need to convince some people why not to vote for Cain.


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Blame yourself...really?

And, orthodoxy aside, Cain is more outspoken than most of his fellow GOP contenders.

"Don't blame Wall Street," Cain said of the growing "Occupy Wall Street" movement in an interview with the Wall Street Journal published Wednesday, "Don't blame the big banks. If you don't have a job and you're not rich, blame yourself."

No, blame the government for its fascist leanings and ripping off the tax-payer with unconscionable "bailouts".

I do believe Mr. Cain is describing a different country at this point in time - perhaps in the past the USA was as he describes - not today, the chickens are coming home to roost.


The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
Ron Paul - The Revolution

Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

I also

did a little digging and found this.

By Herman Cain
Wednesday, August 17, 2005
"As TVs Gomer Pyle used to say, Surprise! Surprise! Surprise! The media barely conceal their glee when they report falling poll numbers for the president. The real story is why Americans view the economy as bad or worse when the opposite is true."

He needs to be questioned on this wherever he goes. If he is at CPAC, then he shouldn't be able to go to the restroom without someone following him and asking him questions about this.

They're touting this guy as a "rocket scientist, and a mathematician."
I guess even a "rocket scientist" couldn't figure it out.

Who has been invited on the financial channels to discuss the economy and monetary policy, more than ALL of the other candidates COMBINED?