Looks to me you are just out to smear Cain. Here you are with all the other anti-Cain talking points:
Smart move. It is early yet and the game is really just beginning. I am curious as to why the Rainbow PUSH Coalition backed Cain when he ran for Senate in Georgia...uneasy about Cains support of Tarp and also he still believes the govt should play a role in affirmative action...I need more info...also, Cain does not support audits of the fed reserve
19 posted on Friday, October 14, 2011 10:17:08 PM by katiedidit1
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why did Rainbow Push endorse him? I still want to know..if you view that as a smear you are the one with a problem...I dont vote blind
OH and it is a smear because I was against Cain voting for TARP!!!!!!!!!!!! man oh man...lol
How are those things smears? They all happened and they are all truthful recountings of the facts.
Cain stated he was against a Fed Audit. He’s flipped on that.
Cain was endorsed by Rainbow Push for U.S. Senate. WHY is a question that needs answering.
Cain supported TARP. And of course, now that it’s a problem, he has problems with ‘how it was implemented,’ never mind that TARP gave incredible latitude to the SecTreas to do wtf he wanted and Cain knew that before his article supporting the bank bailout.
Cain, in company with John McCain, is for some reason harping on how this partisan Democrat gay deserved better than booing simply because he’s been in the service. (opinion) They both seem to be piously implying military service somehow should make partisan behavior immune from political blowback—as if this would not be to their own benefit.
Cain has flipped or ‘clarified’ or ‘joked’ repeatedly. He’s not polished at politicking, doesn’t seem to really know where he stands on a lot of issues, and certainly can’t clearly enunciate an overarching political philosophy to fall back on except (lately) ‘we need to look at everything in context.’ Which is a load of horse manure everything’s gray b.s. rat philosophy when it comes to, for example, negotiating with terrorists for hostages, which Cain under repeated questioning would not rule out at the debate.
As to the affirmative action issue, I can’t see where he’s stated conclusively that he would do away with it. And that should be his answer, but Cain has said instead “This is very tricky. If it means that economically impoverished kids who happen to be minorities should get consideration for assistance, that’s great. If that means that minorities get slots in place of white kids with better academic credentials, then that is not fair.” What he should be saying is ANY government consideration of the color of people’s skin is unconstitutional. Instead, it’s just ‘tricky.’