Is ex Federal Reserve Bank chief too kooky to be a "tea party" spokesman?

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    I wonder if the real reason behind Herman Cains dropping out was the women, or if the establishment decided that it's just too kooky, but they seem to be getting more and more bold with putting their finger in our noses, like with the names of the puppets and all...

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    Was that a yes or a no?
     
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    The tea party is not a party, it's an ideology, and we have no single spokesperson. Nice try though.
     
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    This thread would have died an natural death if pvsi didn't bump it...go figure.
     

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