Tom Woods on how Ron Paul could expose Cain's lack of knowledge on the economy and how he saw the crash coming.
According to three new Rasmussen polls released this week, Romney trails Obama by 2, Cain trails Obama by 3 and Obama now has a double digit lead against Perry.
And Ron Paul is 'unelectable?'
That's all the information you can get without being a subscriber, but here are the links.
Obama vs. Romney: http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/archive/elect...
Obama vs. Cain: http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/archive/elect...
(CNSNews.com) - Herman Cain has the highest favorable rating of any Republican presidential candidate among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents polled by Gallup, according to a survey released today.
Cain's 77-percent favorable rating edges out former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, whose favorable rating is 72 percent, says Gallup.
Every wonder why Cain and Romney are so friendly with each other? You can probably expect mutual endorsements.
In July 2011, a partial audit of the Federal Reserve as authorized by Congress revealed an unprecedented $16.1 trillion in unreported loans to U.S. financial institutions and foreign financial institutions.
On December 29, 2010, Herman Cain flatly denied the need for a Federal Reserve audit.
Herman Cain served as the Deputy Chairman (1992-1994) and Chairman (1995-1996) of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
When the candidates were invited to ask each other questions in Tuesday night’s debate, most focused their fire on the front-runner, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. But Texas Rep. Ron Paul targeted Herman Cain - and caught the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO being disingenous at best.
While he didn’t use the word "ignorant" or specifically reference Paul, Cain pretty clearly did oppose a Fed audit at the time and dismiss those who supported one.
Entire article here:
More lies from the Herman Cain
At 8:18 in this video, Mr. Cain says:
"I was a high school student. The college students were doing the sit ins, the college students were doing the freedom rides. If I had been a college student I probably would have been participating, but if you are a High School student in the tenth or eleventh grade, you're under eighteen years of age, you didn't need to get arrested and be in the middle of that."
That seemed reasonable to me.
At the GOP debate Tuesday night, Ron Paul, the longest-serving advocate of a Fed audit in Congress, asked Herman Cain, a former director of the Kansas City Fed, why he opposed an audit of the central bank, and why he called advocates of such an audit ignorant.
This was what happened when Herman Cain said that Ron Paul was a liar.
This is a fun meme that is about people falling right into your plan.
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.
This is my current facebook status.
"I liked Herman Cain the first time I heard him because he spoke confidently and did not have political baggage, and a lot of people are really liking him this month, but I am very concerned about his lack of conviction on some very important issue and his lack of understanding for liberty and economics.
Herman Cain flip Flops on Federal Reserve Audit: http://youtu.be/gTUseC3-Q8E
Herman Cain Flip Flops on the Debt Ceiling: http://youtu.be/kPI8h79cunk
Herman Cain Flip Flops on Killing of Al-Awlaki: http://youtu.be/NPQw1xkAEow
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.
Say your salary is $45,000
A 9% corporate tax rate only permits the corporation to pay you:
A 9% personal income tax only lets you take home:
A 9% national sales tax only gives you the purchasing power of:
$11,089 or 1/4 of your income to Uncle Sam
It's time for Dr.Paul to go on the attack.
let's list the weak spots of the main opposition.
Herman Cain: The FED, support for TARP, anything else?
Mitt Romney: taxes as "fees", Romneycare (this was a good idea at the state level?), anti-gun (supported the assault weapons ban, fought against sunset, replaced with a state law), support for TARP, anything else?
Rick Perry: a new war in Mexico?, Illegal aliens, the TTC, Gardasil, TARP, anything else?
precautionary (remember Mcain last time)