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: May 24, 2011, 03:16:16 PM

Hilarious! Totally oblivious in not knowing anything about the candidate they support. Sounds awfully familiar in what happened in the last election.

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#1 : May 24, 2011, 03:23:46 PM

No offense, but thats a pretty useless vid.  I'll bet the majority of BHO supporters don't know his history - and hes been the flippin' pres for three years (or 0 years, depending on whose date you're reading http://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/intel/2011/05/24/24_obamasig.o.jpg/a_560x375.jpg).  Highlighting one candidates' supporters stupidity really only gives a glimpse into the average American voter - not just that one in particular. 


That said, I still like Herman Cain.


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#2 : May 24, 2011, 03:34:29 PM

Some Obama supporters thought he was going to pick up their car and mortgage payments. No one side dominate the idiot spectrum. This is meaningless.

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#3 : May 24, 2011, 03:56:42 PM

Hilarious! Totally oblivious in not knowing anything about the candidate they support. Sounds awfully familiar in what happened in the last election.



Geezus, look at all of those white, racist Tea Party members.

After doing a little more research on Cain (even watching some of those YouTube vids from Alex Jones' people who are nuts for Ron Paul) the question of Cain's support of the TARP program is legit.  He says his support was taken out of context because the supported the initial idea, but then after it was passed and he saw how it was implemented - he vehemently opposed it.  Could be posturing, but the timeline of his version seems to match-up pretty well.


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#5 : May 24, 2011, 07:45:00 PM

After doing a little more research on Cain (even watching some of those YouTube vids from Alex Jones' people who are nuts for Ron Paul) the question of Cain's support of the TARP program is legit.  He says his support was taken out of context because the supported the initial idea, but then after it was passed and he saw how it was implemented - he vehemently opposed it.  Could be posturing, but the timeline of his version seems to match-up pretty well.


So he opposed it after he supported it...how very John Kerry of him


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#6 : May 24, 2011, 08:23:20 PM

Ummm - going from the feeble recollection of an old man now JG?  IIRC he was for stimulus - but upon seeing the manner in which the stimulus was spent he felt the bill was a pos.  I agree with him about 1/2 of it - the spending allocations were a pos.

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#7 : May 24, 2011, 11:39:59 PM


Geezus, look at all of those white, racist Tea Party members.


Very nice, HAHA! yeah, I know right. Look at all them skin heads in the crowd waving there confederate flags, cheering on a black man who is affiliated with that racist organization known as the tea party. They are a bunch of racist because they opposed Obamacare, banker bail out, stimulus bill, etc. Man they make me sick! Friggin racist!<sarcasm>

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#8 : May 25, 2011, 09:24:48 AM

After doing a little more research on Cain (even watching some of those YouTube vids from Alex Jones' people who are nuts for Ron Paul) the question of Cain's support of the TARP program is legit.  He says his support was taken out of context because the supported the initial idea, but then after it was passed and he saw how it was implemented - he vehemently opposed it.  Could be posturing, but the timeline of his version seems to match-up pretty well.


So he opposed it after he supported it...how very John Kerry of him

I would agree, except it doesn't appear he flip-flopped based on political leanings.  Very soon after it was passed and he saw how it was implemented, he saw it was very different than what he supported.

I'm sure he learned a lesson on how this crap never turns out like the politicians say it will.


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#9 : May 25, 2011, 05:59:36 PM

Cain will get used to the world politicians have created.  His background is in business - and management - and making sure plans are consistent with goals, and not spending more then you have.... no way is he going to fit biggs.

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#10 : May 26, 2011, 09:01:33 AM

After doing a little more research on Cain (even watching some of those YouTube vids from Alex Jones' people who are nuts for Ron Paul) the question of Cain's support of the TARP program is legit.  He says his support was taken out of context because the supported the initial idea, but then after it was passed and he saw how it was implemented - he vehemently opposed it.  Could be posturing, but the timeline of his version seems to match-up pretty well.


So he opposed it after he supported it...how very John Kerry of him

Exactly. He couldn't possibly have envisioned the money being spent that way!

LOL for those who actually believe that.

Good for the woman who said she'd have to do some more research. But then she ruins it by saying she'll probably vote for him.

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#11 : May 26, 2011, 09:13:56 AM

After doing a little more research on Cain (even watching some of those YouTube vids from Alex Jones' people who are nuts for Ron Paul) the question of Cain's support of the TARP program is legit.  He says his support was taken out of context because the supported the initial idea, but then after it was passed and he saw how it was implemented - he vehemently opposed it.  Could be posturing, but the timeline of his version seems to match-up pretty well.


So he opposed it after he supported it...how very John Kerry of him

Exactly. He couldn't possibly have envisioned the money being spent that way!

LOL for those who actually believe that.

Good for the woman who said she'd have to do some more research. But then she ruins it by saying she'll probably vote for him.

You sound like you should do some more research.  The program was billed to happen one way and implemented another.  Was it a mistake to believe what was told in the first place?  Obviously, and he admits that mistake.  His turn on the issue had nothing to do with reading the polls and shifting his view based on what was popular.


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#12 : May 27, 2011, 04:35:44 PM

After doing a little more research on Cain (even watching some of those YouTube vids from Alex Jones' people who are nuts for Ron Paul) the question of Cain's support of the TARP program is legit.  He says his support was taken out of context because the supported the initial idea, but then after it was passed and he saw how it was implemented - he vehemently opposed it.  Could be posturing, but the timeline of his version seems to match-up pretty well.


So he opposed it after he supported it...how very John Kerry of him

Exactly. He couldn't possibly have envisioned the money being spent that way!

LOL for those who actually believe that.

Good for the woman who said she'd have to do some more research. But then she ruins it by saying she'll probably vote for him.

You sound like you should do some more research.  The program was billed to happen one way and implemented another.  Was it a mistake to believe what was told in the first place?  Obviously, and he admits that mistake.


But it was a HUGE mistake. Billed one way and implemented another?? Did he not read the bill? Oh, Right- NO ONE DID- just like Obamacare. "we got to do this NOW, no time for analysis or discuss, we MUST vote on it NOW" That trick worked on TARP, Obamacare, and The Patriot Act.

Still, I find it hard to forgive Cain for the mistake because as a former Head of a Fed Reserve Bank, he sure as hell shoulda known better.



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#13 : May 27, 2011, 07:00:56 PM

He was supposed to anticipate institutional deception?  He was the head of a Federal Reserve Bank - not know for lying one's ass off.  Just sayin' JG?

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#14 : May 27, 2011, 08:54:40 PM

Did he not read the bill? Oh, Right- NO ONE DID- just like Obamacare. "we got to do this NOW, no time for analysis or discuss, we MUST vote on it NOW" That trick worked on TARP, Obamacare, and The Patriot Act.

I don't know if he ever read the actual bill.  He wasn't in office, so he didn't vote on it.



Still, I find it hard to forgive Cain for the mistake because as a former Head of a Fed Reserve Bank, he sure as hell shoulda known better.

I agree that it's a fair criticism.  But the timeline of his explanation adds up.  He didn't change his mind based on political winds.  He changed his mind very shortly after it was implemented.

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