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Thread: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    So people on the left aren't "real" Americans?

    And no I don't really like Romney, he really put me off with his dealing with the Massachusetts SSM deal. But atleast he isn't crazy.
    You are "very liberal" and you would vote for Romney over Obama?


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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    I can understand why interest in Cain his increased, but the more people learn, the less they will like him.

    he supported the bailouts and tarp, and still does, so he is off my list.

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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    The "more they learn"? I don't think that's necessary. Allow me to demonstrate:

    1. In his cabinet, he would discriminate based on religion.
    Do you need 2. ?

    I think most people do not need 2.

    I've heard the guy on the radio, good stuff. But I don't see how he gets around 1... end of campaign.



    2. The reason.
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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    This will be like most elections for me. I don't know who I'll be voting for but I do know for whom I won't be voting.

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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    Quote Originally Posted by Mellie View Post
    You are "very liberal" and you would vote for Romney over Obama?
    No I wouldn't. But out of all the republican hopefuls I think he would make the best president.

    The only thing that really concerns me is his position on LGBT issues.
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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    I can understand why interest in Cain his increased, but the more people learn, the less they will like him.

    he supported the bailouts and tarp, and still does, so he is off my list.
    Where'd you get that info?
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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    Quote Originally Posted by Mellie View Post
    You are "very liberal" and you would vote for Romney over Obama?
    Why wouldn't he? Romney is extremely liberal, too. He'd be even worse that Bush, and Bush was a flaming liberal.

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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    Quote Originally Posted by shintao View Post
    Where is the right wing champions? Or the left's? Talk about union control, look at party control!! Pull up Alan Keyes, a true statesman and conservative.
    Alan Keyes voided his conservative and statesman's credentials when he decided to complain that imaginary racism was behind his failings in the polls. Then, given that he couldn't be a nobody for a senate seat in Illinois, and his career was over. Godd riddance, the nation doesn't need whiners.

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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Keyes criticizes carpet baggers while being a carpet bagger himself and is a birther-tard.


    Carpetbagger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    In modern usage in the U.S., the term is sometimes used derisively to refer to a politician who runs for public office in an area where he or she does not have deep community ties, or has lived only for a short time.
    Yes. Exactly. Like a child raised in Indonesia aspiring to be President of the United States.

    Funny thing about carpet baggers. They NEVER serve the interests of their constituencies, they serve their own. Look at O_ama and the damage he's done to the United States, look at Hillary and her failures to served the interests of New York, to cite two examples.

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    Re: Cain: 'American People Are Anxious for Solutions'

    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceman_Spiff View Post
    Ah, the "no true Scotsman" fallacy. On what issues is Herman Cain different from President Bush that he is considered an "actual" conservative?

    And President Bush was at best center-right? With that standard, then I guess at best President Obama is a centrist, maybe just a little to the left.
    The Mayor does not yet know enough about Cain to answer the question asked.

    Bush revealed himself as a closet liberal before the election of 2000, when he voiced the nonsense that he was "compassionate" conservative. Conservatism, by it's nature, is compassionate. Only a liberal-in-hiding would use the word "compassionate" as code for govenment spending, as he did. GW Bush's scam of government spending on "faith based charities" is another liberalism. Then there was his administration. His Pill Plan for Seniors, his blunt insistence on amnesty for the millions upon millions of criminals who've invaded the United States. He signed the PATRIOT Act, almost all provisions of which had been introduced by Democrats under Clinton (which is how such a massive piece of legislation could be put together so quickly, it was already written). His signature on the Rape The First Amendment Bill presented by McCain (another liberal) and Feingold (a liberal) in the guise of "campaign finance reform", as if the Federal government has the authority to dictate how people should be allowed to use their money to support the candidates they choose. He allowed the drilling bans impose by executive fiat by his daddy to stand, until the last six months of his tenure.

    Outside of cutting taxes, (stupidly, as a temporary measure) very little Bush did was pro-American and "conservative".

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