2011-10-06 "Herman Cain Blames Americans for Wall Street Caused Austerity, while cluelessly promising a Fascist CEO administration if elected
Herman Cain: "I don't have facts to back this up..."
If you're trying to convince people you'd make a good president, the above "qualifier" from Cain is a lousy way to instill confidence.
Not only does Cain suggest a conspiracy around the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, he point blank gives a pass to the bloodletting of jobs caused by Wall Street, and blames the American public for getting run over by corporate greed.
Herman Cain: "Don't blame Wall Street, don't blame the big banks..."
Subtle? Cain is anything but, yet he still doesn't understand the middle classes desire to lead a comfortable life, without the dogged pursuit of incredible wealth.
Herman Cain: "If you don't have a job and your not rich, blame yourself."
More unsettling when you consider the reason Americans are demonstrating on Wall Street and around the country, is Cain's promise:
Herman Cain: "Another thing you're going to see in a Herman Cain administration, you're going to see a lot of CEO's, ex-CEO's, business people and problem solvers."
Was he defining fascism...on steroids? Any wonder why he's supported by the Republican Tea Party.