Is Herman Cain Authentic?

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    The wingnuts like to throw up a black guy to make them seem color blind so they throw off the dems in a race battle, yet shocklingly, it'll never flies. It's a smoke show. He'll be a non issue soon enough.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic? : And it was not " Members of the black Congressional congress" So just stop lying. You're a pathetic piece of crappolla.
    Posted by airborne-rgr


    Not lying:

    http://yourdaddy.net/2011/09/27/congressional-black-caucus-attendees-allen-west-herman-cain-are-%e2%80%9coreos%e2%80%9d%e2%80%a6/

    From now on, do your own research.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic? : I'm sure you have a link of Sheila Jackson Lee calling Cain an oreo.
    Posted by airborne-rgr


    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/cornel-west-on-cnn-herman-cain-needs-to-%e2%80%98get-off-the-symbolic-crack-pipe%e2%80%99/
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic? : No no, you're right - if one person you identify as on "the left" does something wrong, it is imputed to everyone else you identify as on "the left"; if someone on the right does it, they are simply recategorized as on "the left" - or as a victim of the "lamestream media."  Etc etc etc, blah blah blah, crap crap crap, Skeeter rolls on.
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow


    I'm a steamroller baby...
     
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    Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic?

    I think Cain is authentic, his big 9-9-9 push has him surging in the polls for now. IMHO I feel that the same 9-9-9 battle cry will be the catalyst that brings him back down and ultimately out of the race.

    I'll be the first to admit that I'm no economist, and have no clue if this 9-9-9 plan would greatly help or further hurt this country. I feel it's too much for the average voter to wrap their minds around, and would be looked at as too risky.

    If Cain became more of a threat and looked like he would become the nominee, the left would have every bean counting economist refuting 9-9-9, claiming it would be a dangouras leap for this economy. With that, it would enough to confuse voters and weaken Cains position as the next POTUS.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic? : Hey ya freakin moron, try actually comprehending what you're posting. The opinions were of ATTENDEES of an event. They are NOT members of the Congressional Black Caucus!!! Those people interviewed were not members of Congress, a pre-requisite to be in the Congressional Black Caucus. Geepers you are a freakin moron. Did ya come up with any links for your lying about Sheila Jackson Lee calling Cain an oreo? Didn't think so ya freakin pathetic liar.
    Posted by airborne-rgr


    hey aircast, I posted the Sheila link.  And, you are telling me it's all hugs and kisses between the BCC and Cain?  how about Allen West? 

    You skate right by the truth that the BCC hates Cain.  You're hiding behind that it was ATTENDEES, GUESTS of the BCC, and not BCC members itself?

    Show me the denunciations from the BCC about their guests.  I would expect they would go out of their way to distance themselves from their guests.


    Loser.
     
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    So you admit that you're just a lying sack-o-stuff and just post inflammatory lies and baloney.

    You're on these boards saying that the actions of a few tp-ers don't reflect the whole and yet you have no problem doing it to another group.

    You're a freakin pathetic poltroon.



    Irony explosion in 3...2...1...
     
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    The wingnuts like to throw up a black guy to make them seem color blind so they throw off the dems in a race battle, yet shocklingly, it'll never flies. It's a smoke show. He'll be a non issue soon enough.
    Posted by BilltheKat


    Thank god Lawrence O'Donnell the self-avowed socialist and uber liberal was there to call out Cain aqs not really being black, at least not in a way that counts to liberals.
     
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    I heard an interview conducted by Lawrence O'Donnell, a leftist and self proclaimed socialist, accusing Herman Cain of not being authentically black, because he chose not to participate in the protests in the 60's.  I'll set aside how offensive O'Donnell's treatment was, but I do wonder why in this day and age, a black man can't just be himself.  Should Mitt be held to this standard?  How about Obama, should Obama have to show that he participated in that struggle?  For the left, why is it all about defining acceptable behavior based on skin color?
    Posted by skeeter20


    First..Skeeter..you should not be listening to Lawrence O'Donnell. He is a moron on the level of Glen Beck. Listening to people like that only lends them credibility..so you need to stop doing that.
    To me..this falls under the category of things that should be completely disregarded on the basis of absurdity. Rational thinking people don't get worked up by these types of comments.  Of course Hermain Cain is authentically black. One only has to look at him to see this. The bigger question is "who cares?". I am not choosing a president based on skin color or gender..or any aspect of their personal appearance for that matter.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic? : Too much for the "average voter"? I thought that kind of talk was no-no elitist. My problem with it is precisely because it sounds like it is supposed to resonate with the "average voter". It is as gimmicky as a deal on pizzas. I seriously doubt that one could gather any meaningful conensus from economists on such a gimmick.
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow


    Okay..this is more what I thought this thread would be about. I have said before Cain's 999 plan is just a gimmick. Once people get past the jingle and into what the plan really means..they will run from it. Case in point is the question Santorum posed to the audience at the most recent debate.
    First, no one really believes that personal and business income tax rates will remain at 9 percent...it's just not going to happen. When you also consider that Cain's 999 plan adds an entirely new and not insignificant federal sales tax..well..you don't need to be an economist to know that this plan is a disaster. What I find fascinating is that Republicans seem to be embracing this tax hike..which is a much bigger tax increase than anything proposed by the current administration.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic? : Missed that. Yes, of course. It's not that 9-9-9 is an unthought gimmicky plan, it's that those dirty liberals would "confuse voters" by "having" every "bean counting" economist refute it. Of course. I mean, how could a Republican candidate's plan possibly be bad?
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow


    You're right, that's not what I was trying to convey though. Even if it came down to him and lets say Romney, he to would have economists refuting the plan, trying to make it confusing for the voters. The plan, be it good or bad, is so radical that I don't think it would take much scare the voters from it. 
     
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    Well, I don't even think Romney needs to use economists to "make it confusing for the voters." The plan is nonsense. A massive tax hike on the poor and middle class (immediate elimination of all deductions, 9% income tax, 9% sales tax) is supposed to stimulate the economy by taking money the poor and lower middle class would use for goods and services, and giving it to government. Then, having stimulated the economy by doing the opposite of what would stimulate the economy, Cain's plan is to scrap the 9-9-9 and simply have a 23% national consumption tax. aka, raise the tax on the poor and lower middle class even further. Garbage. And "class warfare", yet it doesn't seem to be the kind of class warfare those complaining about making sure that rich people whose income is not in the form of salary actually pay a higher percentage of taxes than someone like me.
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow



    I think it is about time that the poor pay their fair share. 

    Let's start with an elimination the earned income tax credits, and move onto giving them tax returns on income not earned, and stop throwing them tax rebates on taxes not paid, as Obama's "tax rebate" did.
     
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    Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic?

    Well  the let govt spend a trillion on something didn't work either.
     
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    Go to Cain's webpage...clik on isues, ..then go to ..entitlements....

    He pretty much says that Social Security and Medicare were mistakes. Recommends that we all go to our local parish to get a pension or chemo...

    Now thats authentic.
     
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    operative  words are "pretty much". Which translates to didn't say it at all but, I would like for you to think this is true
     
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    operative  words are "pretty much". Which translates to didn't say it at all but, I would like for you to think this is true
    Posted by sk8ter2008


    My bad...those are his EXACT words


    The federal government has imposed expensive and often counter-productive social and welfare programs on the states and the people. It is time to admit the mistakes, and get the federal government out of the way
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic? : Oh my. The poor dear thinks he has something to say about what is ethical, moral, or fair.
    Posted by WhatDoYouWantNow


    If they don't pay taxes ontheir income like me, that's not fair.

    I don't know what planet you are from, but here on Earth we have an actual understanding of what is fair.
     
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    Go to Cain's webpage...clik on isues, ..then go to ..entitlements.... He pretty much says that Social Security and Medicare were mistakes. Recommends that we all go to our local parish to get a pension or chemo... Now thats authentic.
    Posted by UserName99


    Or, pay for it yourself, buy insurance, marry a rich widow.

    Social Security and Medicare are mistakes.  Mistakes that will be blowing up during our lifetimes.
     
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    Re: Is Herman Cain Authentic?

    “At many stages in the advance of humanity, this conflict between the men who possess more than they have earned and the men who have earned more than they possess is the central condition of progress. In our day it appears as the struggle of freemen to gain and hold the right of self-government as against the special interests, who twist the methods of free government into machinery for defeating the popular will. At every stage, and under all circumstances, the essence of the struggle is to equalize opportunity, destroy privilege, and give to the life and citizenship of every individual the highest possible value both to himself and to the commonwealth……
    “No man should receive a dollar unless that dollar has been fairly earned. Every dollar received should represent a dollar's worth of service rendered, not gambling in stocks, but service rendered. The really big fortune, the swollen fortune, by the mere fact of its size, acquires qualities which differentiate it in kind as well as in degree from what is possessed by men of relatively small means. Therefore, I believe in a graduated income tax on big fortunes..."

    What noted American said these words?  Perhaps a Marxist-socialist-liberal bent on the destruction of the American dream? Or a president on Mt. Rushmore...
     
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