New York Times article about Herman Cain's visit to New York; contains information on his strategy, and why we may have less to fear from him then Fox News would have us believe.
Cainunism [keyn - yuh - niz - uhm] - noun
1. A theory or system of economic organization based on a wildly optimistic regard for the fiscal discipline of Congress and the President. Adherence to this theory typically requires the suspension of disbelief concerning the ability of increasing the government’s power to tax, without substantive spending cuts, to actually reduce burdens on taxpayers and produce economic recovery.
Former Chairman of the Kansas City Federal Reserve tells the Occupy Wall Street protesters: If you're not rich 'blame yourself'Submitted by MariaH on Wed, 10/05/2011 - 19:29
"Herman Cain to Occupy Wall Street protesters: If you're not rich 'blame yourself'"
Of course the FED MAN would defend his pals over at Wall Street.
WE NEED TO GET THIS OUT!! Ron Paul needs to work this into the next debate and call him out. And call him out of the assassination of an american!!!
The more Herman Cain picks up in the polls, the more it concerns me greatly. The gains come from those he siphoned off Perry and their support is only in the 2nd degree. I say 2nd degree, because they are not dedicated to any candidate and therefore, their switch is not pre-meditated (1st degree). It's done in the moment and with only an emotion driving it. No thought or research has thoroughly gone into him or other candidates. The reason I am concerned is because it shows the amount of 2nd degree voters/supporters who go for catch phrase politics and not solid truths.
In May, Herman Cain told the Atlantic, "I don't believe that the president of the United States should order the assassination of citizens of the United States. That's why we have our court system, and that's why we have our laws."
Then, this past weekend, right after Anwar al-Awlaki was assassinated, he praised Obama for his actions. Hot Air reported, "Cain told the crowd that he fully supported Barack Obama’s decision to strike Anwar al-Awlaki."
I'm not usually one to suggest occult signs. But on his website, Herman Cain is definitely making what's believed to be a Satanic hand gesture with his left hand. And right about his head is 999, looks almost like 666. The torch as his symbol is kind of scary too.
Here's a screenshot of a header on his website right now. I recommend viewing it here to not give his site any extra clicks.
but if you don't believe me, copy and paste.
In May, he said the U.S. citizen could not be targeted for assassination legally. On Sunday, he praised Obama's decision.
In early May, GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain said it would be illegal for the Obama administration to assassinate Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S. citizen and suspected Yemeni terrorist known to be included on a "kill list" maintained by U.S. military and intelligence branches.
Ron Paul has taken a beating over the past few days for his position on the al-Awlaki assassination, but his position really shouldn't be that controversial considering that even a mainstream candidate like Herman Cain has basically said the same thing!
Me and Herman Cain, on restoring the Republic.
Decent article that makes the point against Cain's 9-9-9 marketing scam, I mean "plan", succinctly.
Herman Cain would've opposed the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki 4 months ago. Will he be a flip-flopper just to join the popular crowd, or will he stick to his word? He has no political background to prove he's "consistent". Any flip-flop will lose significant trust from the people because he is an unknown candidate entering the race. Also, if he does chose to stay with his opinion, he'll be agreeing with Ron Paul (whom everyone is trying to pick apart for holding an unpopular belief).
Is that really how he sees Ron Paul? A grumpy old man? cain was on Leno and called Ron Paul an old grump man, but Newt a brilliant man..
What would you call herman Cain?
Juan Williams calls Herman Cain a 'simpleton;' On Ron Paul: 'Competent, experienced & a proven record'Submitted by Michael Nystrom on Thu, 09/29/2011 - 20:53
Here is an interview between Dick Morris and Herman Cain detailing his developing foreign policy positions. More detail than he has offered in the past.
Maybe it is just me, but Herman Cain's 999 plan looks too much like 666 to me. As a person who was raised in a christian household that number just gives me a bad feeling. But going beyond that, I have a few questions.
First of all, will all federal income taxes and withholdings be repealed or done away with BEFORE this plan is implemented? If not then this is a non-starter.