Tom Woods on how Ron Paul could expose Cain's lack of knowledge on the economy and how he saw the crash coming.
On October 12th, the Republican presidential hopefuls met at Dartmouth University for a debate on economic issues which was sponsored by Bloomberg. Several questions that included the taxation, job creation, housing, and welfare benefits were asked of the candidates, and in a readers poll conducted after the debates were finished, Congressman Ron Paul was voted the candidate who understands the economy best by a landslide.
Below are the results of the poll:
Ron Paul - 2843 votes
Herman Cain - 342 votes
Mitt Romney - 151 votes
BY REID CHANDLER | OCTOBER 11, 2011 7:20 AM
Along with anti-corporate banners, "End the Fed" signs have begun sprouting up at protests in New York and across the country, pushing to get rid of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
But long before anyone ever though to occupy Wall Street, one Iowa caucus candidate was railing against the U.S. central banking system.
U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas — a high-profile libertarian-Republican in the U.S. House for more than a decade — says the gold standard is the solution to America's growing economic crisis.
"Money comes out with real value," Paul said in an interview with Forbes magazine Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes in 2010. "[I]f you want to restrain government, you restrain the power to create money."
My last video was "The Age Of Ron Paul" that got a good amount of attention. I was hoping it'd encourage Aravoth to make another video, but to no avail.
In any case, my second video is now ready. It covers Ron Paul, the Fed, the economy... and is accompanied by Goonies music.
Please let me know your comments, thanks!
We have all heard candidates propose eliminating the income tax which came into existence by the same means as did the Federal Reserve bank and by the same co-conspirators. The creation of both was violently opposed by some starting with the Federal Reserve which is a privately run banking system controlled by the international bankers in collusion with the Rothschild Banking Cartel. These Bankster’s make Al Capone look like a Cub Scout as they are nothing but suited criminals that commandeered the entire monetary system of this nation under the auspices of the Federal Reserve Act!
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.
Herman Cain has no understanding of economics whatsoever. He said on September 1st in his news letter that we were in an "imaginary recession" and that the economy was great after the housing bubble had already began to burst and we had been in a recession for nine months. After publishing his newsletter with this arrogant nonsense and dogging the Democrats and media for reporting the facts about the recession and housing collapse here's what took place over the following two weeks:
– Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were taken over by the U.S. government (Sept. 7);
Excellent timely article from Stephen Lendman
Martin Armstrong: Former Head of Princeton Economics Ltd. - Armstrong began exploring financial panics after witnessing the Crash of 1966. He went on to develop timing models that have been the subject of many press articles - the Economic Confidence Model. Armstrong's discovery of this cycle was called The Secret Cycle by the New Yorker Magazine. This model had stunning accuracy and had pinpointed changes in the economy right to the day.
As stated and apparently ratified on their "official" site:
1. This movement is about democracy. We demand that the government be truly responsive to those it represents. We demand an end to the massive corporate influence blocking the voice of the people by eliminating corporate personhood and limiting monetary contributions to political campaigns and lobbying.
Sept. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Join us on Tuesday, October 11th at 7pm ET for the first economic debate of the Republican primary season. Bloomberg Television and The Washington Post, in partnership with WBIN-TV and host Dartmouth College, will present the first debate of the 2012 campaign focused exclusively on the issues voters consider most important - the economy, debt, deficits, taxes, trade and jobs. Moderated by Charlie Rose, The Washington Post political correspondent Karen Tumulty and Bloomberg White House correspondent Julianna Goldman.
Peter Schiff wants this to go viral, let's make it happen:
After all this time, finally he propoeses a change actually worth hoping for. And a change away from some old New Deal leftover junk, to boot. Who could have though he had that in him?
By lifting, or even just weakening, restrictions on who can invest in private companies, and how many investors a company can have before having to spend millions on paper pushers to be compliant with this or that regulation; El Presidente has finally come up with something that will actually lessen Wall Street's grip on the economy.
This is a song I just wrote today and I hope to record it soon. I thought I would put the lyrics up here and see what you all thought and what you get out of it because it has multiple meanings. Ron Paul 2012!
I hear it all the time
we're approaching the end of the line
and I'm one of those who agree
the numbers are there for those with willing eyes to see
I understand why some may argue the case
they're the fools to blame for everything that's taking place
they turn their backs to the wall
and it's enough for me to say to hell with it all