Flip-Flopping Cain and Romney

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    Cain said he wants an electrified fence, then on MTP says he was kidding, then yesterday, in a campaign appearance, said that he was for a fence, and it could be electrified!

    Cain: My Joke About A Lethal Border Fence Might Be Serious After All


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    Last week Willard Romney said that the Wall Street protesters were dangerous. Now he says "I worry about the 99% in America".


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    And now Cain has admitted 999 can be bad for poor and the middle class... Just not everyone that is poor or middle class, unless they spend money lol. A little different than the postion of saying it will only help the poor and middle class.
     
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    He means the real 99%. Not the .099% shitting on the street.
     
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    ANOTHER Cain Flip-Flop! :lol:


    Don’t be VAT stupid

    By Herman Cain

    November 21, 2010


    There’s one message from the 2010 elections that many so-called policy makers, political elites and analysts did not hear. Namely, the American people are not as uninformed and stupid as they think we are.


    President Obama’s Debt Commission and the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Debt Reduction Task Force have both floated its ideas for reducing our nation’s runaway national debt. As CNNMoney.com reports, both sets of ideas echo each other in broad strokes. And both sets of ideas could confuse and confound the leaves off a tree.


    These ideas are a long way from becoming law, but they are generating, as intended, much discussion about the merits of each idea.


    The worst idea is a proposed national sales tax, which is a disguised VAT (value added tax) on top of everything we already pay in federal taxes.

    Here are three of the biggest reasons the national retail sales tax is the worst idea on the table.

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