Steer Clear of Herman Cain

With Herman Cain now receiving some attention among GOP candidates, we should examine his political record. While Mr. Cain is not the worst candidate for the office of presidency, he certainly isn’t the best. Let me give you the facts:

  • He blindly support TARP and the government bailouts of 2008. He also endorsed the Bush administration’s intervening and condemned the free market supporters who called for honesty and sound money. I won’t support a man who favors the bailing out of crooks and cronies at the expense of hard-working individuals.

http://washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential/2011/05/flashback-2008-herman-cain-praised-tarp-chided-free-market-purist

  • This man thinks the patriot act is 90% correct. On the whole, he thinks it is effective and necessary. The patriot act might be the greatest infringements on human liberties in the history of this nation.

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2011/05/herman-cain-spying-on-americans-is-okay-but-not-assassinating-them/239400/

  • 2005-2006, Herman denied the housing bubble and the decline of the American economy claiming ignorance on the part of those supporting sound money. How ignorant could you be?

http://www.mrc.org/bmi/commentary/2005/Commentary_The_Media_Say_the_Economy_Is_Horrible_So_It_Must_Be_True.html

  • After serving as the Head of the Kansas City Federal Reserve branch, Mr. Cain does not support an audit of the Fed. This shows his similarities to the crooks running Washington D.C. today.
Why support this man? You have the champion of liberty running against him. Someone who has supported liberty and freedom in all aspects of life for more than 30 years. The one, the only, Dr. Ron Paul
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3 responses to “Steer Clear of Herman Cain

  1. Cain doesn’t have to know much, he constantly says, because he would surround himself with experts when President. Palin sort of used the same rationale in ’08, but I digress…

    Herman Cain as president would be sort of like King Tut. Tut might’ve been a simple 10-year-old boy, but he had a few advisors (Ay, General Horemheb, and Maya) that told him how he should best govern Egypt.

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