poor

2 votes

Multi-Millionaire named Herman Cain tells suffering Americans "Blame yourselves" if you are unemployed or poor

"Don't blame Wall Street, don't blame the big banks," he continued. "If you don't have a job and you are not rich, blame yourself!"

Cain said the banks were in part to blame with the 2008 financial crisis, but he said, "We're not in 2008 -- we're in 2011!"

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20116087-503544.html?...

THIS is Herman Cain:
- flip-flops like Romney
- gaffs like Bachmann
- shoots self in foot like Perry
- has no record like OBAMA

I cannot wait for this scumbag to get Perry'd.

7 votes

Herman Cain's Mine Mine all Mine plan shifts taxes to the poor

Herman Cain's 999 plan accomplishes nothing except shifts taxes to the poor, making the nation even poorer as a result.

Under the current system all people pay approximately the same percentage in income to taxes. Poor people pay a disproportionate amount of their income for consumable goods, which percentage wise equates to the higher percentages the rich pay in the progressive income tax system.

Herman Cain's 999 plan levies a new tax, a national sales tax, upon all people which the poor will feel the brunt of worse, while removing the progressive income tax from the rich.

0 votes

Census: About 1 in 6 are poor in U.S.

WASHINGTON -- The ranks of the nation's poor have swelled to a record 46.2 million -- nearly 1 in 6 Americans -- as the prolonged pain of the recession leaves millions still struggling and out of work. And the number of people without health insurance has reached 49.9 million, the most in more than two decades.

2 votes

Sen. Rand Paul Speaks Out at H.E.L.P. Subcommittee Hearing - 09/13/11

Sen. Rand Paul speaks At Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Hearing Subcommittee on Sept. 13, 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FA7uYBrh5I8&feature=player_de...

1 vote

Ron Paul & Mike Maloney On Gold and Silver (Flashback)

Ron Paul has always been true to himself, principle and ideal. He explains to us the big picture how we affect the world by our monetary policy. And where we are heading. If we could have listen with him back in 2007. We will be in much better shape now and perhaps on our way to recovery. We still have so much thing to do as nation. The better we are informed the better our chances of changing our fate.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3SOlXxUBLk

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