Herman Cain must really think that Americans are dimwitted enough to fall for campaign rhetoric like the following statement to the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protestors.
“Wall Street didn’t write those failed policies, Wall Street didn’t spend a trillion dollars,” said Cain. “Wall Street isn’t asking to spend another $450 billion. It didn’t work with a trillion. It’s not going to work with $450 billion. You can demonstrate all you want on Wall Street. The problem is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue!”
Ah, wrong…what started with the American Aristocracy taking over the banks and the media in 1913 has now come to it’s eventual endgame.
Wall Street=Congress=White House=Federal Government…
Just what we would expect from another globalist pony in the stable. ‘Hey look, the first black president we marketed and sold them didn’t work out so well, so let’s run another one out to assuage their ‘white guilt’ and maybe get the libertarians and conservatives on board as well.’
Sorry Herman, (former Chairman of the Kansas City Federal Reserve), and global elitists, the true address of the problem is, and the protestors should be at:
Federal Reserve Board of Governors,
2000 L Street Northwest, Washington D.C., DC 20006
If you aren’t feeling us now, you will be soon enough…
Washington Post/Bloomberg Republican Presidential Debate at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, Tuesday, October 11, 2011 can be seen on Bloomberg TV and livestreaming here.
Remember on October 19th, ‘BLACK THIS OUT’ Moneybomb for Dr. Paul is the spanking the media deserves for trying to convince Americans that Ron Paul doesn’t exist.
The media blackout hasn’t stopped. Go read this ABCNews report of Dr. Paul winning the Values Voters Straw poll on October 8th, (37% to Cain’s 23%), and notice that Dr. Paul is only mentioned twice. The entire article revolves around people’s reaction to Herman Cain and how Perry and Romney are dropping.