Cain opens up a 20-point lead! Let’s hope it stays that way. And the tea-partiers are racists? Go figure.I’m wondering how long it’s going to take before the snobby white European established yellow media get their blood hounds out. I’ll give it about another week.


CAIN:  Don’t blame Wall Street.  Don’t blame the big banks.  If you don’t have a job and you’re not rich, blame yourself.  It is not a person’s fault because they succeeded.  It is a person’s fault if they failed.

And blame the governments for the financial disasters in the USA and Europe.

7 responses to “Good!”

  1. Harry Dale Huffman

    It can only be a person’s fault if he/she fails, and gives up on life. Life is not just about making money (Cain, you fool). Think of all the scientists who are cut off in their careers by a politically-suborned science that dismisses their findings that go against the “consensus”. Many of the most famous, and greatest, men and women in history (including American history) failed to ever make much money. That one quote by Cain tells me he will be no better than Obama, since he is also going to go by ideology rather than facts. I am as disgusted with rich, hard-line conservatives as I am with rich, radical liberals, and with their political bases that drive them both to ridiculous positions. I am tired of political hacks being thrust into national leadership. The only consolation one can have is that the leaders of other countries are just as bad as ours, and many are worse (Ahmadinejad, Putin, etc.–the list of cartoon character leaders today is long).

  2. DirkH

    “CAIN: Don’t blame Wall Street. Don’t blame the big banks. If you don’t have a job and you’re not rich, blame yourself.”

    The Occupy Wall Street people look to me like they have big student loans from which they can’t walk away via personal bankrupcy. Suddenly they realize that their political sciences degree won’t ever pay back that loan – all the fluffy jobs have disappeared. So they blame the evil capitalist system.

    They knew the conditions beforehand; now they complain. Classic.

  3. DirkH

    But one more thought about the Cain quote. “If you don’t have a job and you’re not rich, blame yourself.”

    There is one problem with that, and it’s the minimum wages. Unfortunately, minimum wages destroy job opportunities. If you’re uneducated or have the wrong education – say, political sciences – then your work will not be worth much to a prospective employer. He might still want to hire you as a simple helping hand, but he can’t pay you much for that. If what he could pay is less than the minimum wage, no deal will be possible.

    So the undereducated/wrongly educated unemployed are prized out of the work market. And that’s a real problem.

    1. Bernd Felsche

      It can get worse than requirements for a minimum wage. We have it here in Australia: “Unfair dismissal laws”.

      It makes it unlawful for an employer to dismiss an employee if it can be perceived as being “unfair”.

      That has (of course) increased youth unemployment, increased the number of people in part-time employment and reduced the total number of jobs made available; mainly by small business which tend not have lawyers at hand to define “fair” and “unfair”, to avoid being stuck with a belly-aching, incompetent, no-hoper.

  4. R. de Haan

    Although I think any President will do better than Obama I have strong doubts about Cain. I have no problems with his idea’s or opinions.
    I simply doubt his capability to deal with the Senate and Congress.

    Cain has no political experience which became painfully clear in some of the interviews I watched.

    Great plans and big words become cheap if you don’t know which buttons to push to get your policies enforced.

    When Cain was asked how he would keep Congress from raising his 9-9-9 rates
    he answered: “It will be written into the law that it can’t be changed with out a 2/3 vote of both houses”.

    This is not only entirely WRONG but it’s also IGNORANT.

    No Congress can write any law that limits the power of a future Congress to change it.

    Sorry, that’s government 101. But Mr. Cain hasn’t ever been in government.

    There is a myth that Ronald Reagan was an actor. Bull. I have seen those movies. The truth is that Ronald Reagan was the head of the most powerful Union in California twice, campaigned for various political movements and candidates for decades and WAS THE GOVERNOR OF THE COUNTRY’S MOST POPULOUS STATE, California, for EIGHT YEARS. EIGHT TURBULENT YEARS with riots, school protests and a great deal of hard nosed political wheeling dealing.
    He did NOT run a Pizza Company.

    We must be sure to have a President who at least understands how the political 101 works otherwise we run the risk of having a rubber stamping lame duck.

    Something we can not afford at this moment in time.

    Just telling it like it is.

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