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Herman Cain Lies, You Know What To Do

Alright Paulites,

Here's the link to Herman Cain saying what Paul quoted at the debate. Cain told Paul that he was wrong, but here's the proof. Please spread the word.



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Here is some footage that might be useful.

Greenspan-"US Can Pay Any Debt It Has Because We Can Always Print Money"

Greenspan states cannot guarantee purchasing power Senate Banking Committee 2005 (Re: Social Security)
"We can guarantee cash benefits as far out and at whatever size you like, but we cannot guarantee their purchasing power."

I guess now he'll have to

I guess now he'll have to switch from Godfathers to Tombstone.


LMAO!!! ROFL!!! Great one!



Video: Herman Cain's Fed Lies Exposed




"The hardest thing to explain is the glaringly evident
which everybody has decided not to see."
— Ayn Rand (The Fountainhead)

Debbie's picture

He may not directly say he doesn't want the Fed to be audited,

but his comment on the Neal Boortz show are tantamount to the same thing: he strongly ridicules the very idea of auditing the Fed, saying they already have so many internal audits it's RIDICULOUS, and to his knowledge they have no secrets (which Ron Paul's audits have since proved wrong). Internal audits are just that - internal. He knows we're not talking about that kind of an audit: he admits that the Fed is "politicized" and run totally differently now than when he was "on the board". He admits that he does not agree with how it's run now, "but that's another matter." NO, IT'S NOT. That's exactly what we're talking about and why it needs an outside audit!!



Google bomb

So I'm assuming we should also be google bombing the term "Herman Cain Lies", correct?

Just did

Links to this thread and the HuffPo article in the top four or five. Nice.

Cain's constitution fail!

I believe this video is priceless. It should be brought up in the debate in some form or another. What's more unbelievable are his supporters who applaud him and don't seem to catch him misquoting the wrong document.


Cain 999 plan

When is Ron Paul going to point out in one of these debates that under the retarded 999 plan, people that live pay check to pay check will be paying 18% of the income in federal taxes. Also that if the 9% sales tax is only on new goods, isn't that going to destroy more manufacturing jobs, if people can save a couple thousand in tax on a car by buying one slightly used they will. This will carry over to most goods, especially expensive ones. Of course if we are forced to buy used food we will be consuming crap, which is exactly what this 999 plan is.

The bold effort the present bank had made to control the government ... are but premonitions of the fate that await the American people should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution or the establishment of another like it-Andrew Jackson

"they don't know enought about it [the fed]" = IGNORANT!

Can't wait for some good YT videos to come from this.

"Call them up and ask them!"

LOL Does Cain have the number for us to call? Is it 999 FED? Dr Paul bided his time and he took on Cain directly on the FED. He was the only one to do so and it it strikes to the heart of Cain. Saying you don't know enough about it is just another phrase for saying your ignorant of the topic. Cain has been Pauled!

Thomas M. Gallion

Somebody has to do a parody

Somebody has to do a parody of this call to the local fed asking the important questions. What a hoot!
"So, how much exactly went to bailing out Greece?"

'Just Call 'Em Up' plan

Yeah, I was thinking the same thing about that brilliant idea. I could just see all of us calling up and asking very significant questions about the fed to some receptionist who is from a temp agency or maybe even their voice mail system. Yeah right, like calling that place would reveal the answers. What a dope.

So take Cain's brilliant "just call em up" plan and extrapolate that to every other issue. Obamacare?...just call the white house! Bailouts? Just call Goldman Sachs or the treasury? Housing bubble? Just call freddy mac or fannie mae! Its so simple, why didn't we think of that? Sheesh, we need this guy to lead the country because the answer was right in front of our face and we couldn't see it without him pointing out such an obvious solution!

What a great SNL skit!

What a riot as a Saturday Night Live skit. Ron Paul, who can't get answers from the Fed Chairman, decides to take Cain's advice and calls his local FED bank. He asks the receptionist some pointed questions, gets put on hold forever, maybe gets one of those automated systems "If you want figures on the bailout of European banks, press 1..." Eventually he gets to Herman himself, who will have to get back to him after consulting his advisers. LOL.

itzSteve's picture

Here is the article on HuffPo

They are ripping Cain a part over there!


This has no legs...

unless Cain has actually used the word "ignorant" when describing Dr. Paul or his supporters. This video did not contain that word. He has used the word "stupid" when describing questions from Paul supporters, but Dr. Paul accused him of calling us "ignorant". So, even though Ron is correct in conveying the disrespect which Cain has showed us, Cain might also be correct in denying he used that particular word. I sure hope I'm wrong, but I'm afraid we might not see that evidence.

Debbie's picture

"Stupid" is even worse than "ignorant". It definitely has


The Daily Caller obtained an advance copy of Cain’s book, “This is Herman Cain,” which goes on sale Oct. 4. In the manuscript, Cain claims Paul’s campaign “sends one of its ‘Paulites’ everywhere I show up.”

Paul is a proponent of auditing the Federal Reserve.

“I get the same stupid question at almost every one of these events,” Cain writes. “I know it’s a deliberate strategy. How can a person randomly show up at a hundred events and ask the same stupid question to try to nail me on the Federal Reserve? It’s really becoming annoying more than anything else.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/09/27/cain-annoyed-by-%e2%80%98s...


Is he just a tad paranoid?

Is he just a tad paranoid?

Focus on the audit part.

Focus on the audit part. He was not neutral on it as he said he was. He was dead set against it calling it "ridiculous." Really? $16T total. $5T to foreign entities. Really? $50k per American. $150k per taxpayer. Really? No need? How wrong can you be on audit the Fed, TARP, endorsing Romney, and on and on and on. 90% of the Patriot Act is Constitutional? Really? Please debate Judge Napolitano on that. Oh, you haven't read it. I be you haven't... nor the Constitution... er Declaration... er Constitution. :)

"Do you want to know who you are? Act. Don't ask. What you DO will delineate and define you." - Thomas Jefferson

I respectfully disagree.

Definition of ignorant: "Lacking knowledge".

Listen to the video again... Cain saying "they don't know enough about it" is most definitely calling such people ignorant (i.e. lacking knowledge).

Listen to what he said

"They don't know what they are talking about." Anyone who wants to audit the fed doesn't know what he is talking about. I would say that means he is ignorant on the issue. Pretty much sums it up. If you don't know what you are talking about on a subject, it means you are ignorant on that subject. Ron Paul never gets his facts confused.


The lip of truth shall be established forever: but a lying tongue is but for a moment...Lying lips are abomination to the LORD: but they that deal truly are His delight. Prov 12:19,22

Where does Cain say..

"they don't know what they are talking about?"


Misquoted the "They don't know enough about it." However, that still implies ignorance on a subject if you don't know enough about it.


The lip of truth shall be established forever: but a lying tongue is but for a moment...Lying lips are abomination to the LORD: but they that deal truly are His delight. Prov 12:19,22

Cain annoyed by ‘stupid’

Cain annoyed by ‘stupid’ questions from Ron Paul supporters - http://www.dailypaul.com/180473/cain-annoyed-by-stupid-quest...

“I have said: ‘I don’t think you’re going to find anything to audit on the Federal Reserve.’ But they want you to believe that Herman Cain doesn’t want the Federal Reserve to be audited.”

"The Jimmy" is the 105th episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld.
Jerry, George and Kramer finished playing a game of basketball with Jimmy (Anthony Starke), a man who always refers to himself in the third person. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Jimmy

Six signs you may be taking yourself too seriously at work :
1) If for any reason you ever talk about yourself in the third person, you're teetering on the edge of an abyss. There's no excuse for it. I don't care if you're the CEO or the hot-shottest marketing hot shot the world has ever seen. It's crass and ill-bred to use your own name when referring to yourself. http://wtnnews.com/articles/998/

13 No servant can serve two masters; for either he shall hate the one, and love the other, or else he shall lean to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and riches. - Luke 16