Herman Cain steps up attacks on Occupy Wall Street protests

Oct 9, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WTKR-TV Norfolk

Republican presidential contender Herman Cain amplified his criticism Sunday of the growing Occupy Wall Street movement, calling the protesters "jealous' Americans who "play the victim card" and want to "take somebody else's" Cadillac.

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Thats what make Herman great...HONEST,INTEGRITY,CLEAR THINKER,.. A LEADER!

A TEA PARTY CHAMPION!....seems TEA PARTY RACISTS .."LOVE HIM!..a Genuine AFRICAN AMERICAN ,With Papers,and AMERICAN ROOTS!!...ROOTS? Ya know Slavery ? the whole story,and not a REFUGEE from KENYA,and INDONESIA!...Muslim to boot!!

As opposed to OBAMA, who encourages these mobsters with the banner of class ware fare...a non leader,with a Mob mentality!1..a PUTZ!

"Power to the people" means taking power from the people who have it, like incumbent politicians. So it's downright weird when a sitting president whose party controls the White House and the Senate, and previously the House as well, finds his best hope for reelection in running against "The Man." No, no, not this Man; THAT Man. The Wall Street marchers got the message just in time to change their flights from Washington to New York

Black America climbed the mountaintop only to find a sheer cliff on the other side. Barack Obama might be their man, but if he canít do it, no one can. And if Obama canít convince black voters that progress is possible, then he canít convince them to turn out in 2012 like they did in 2008. And if thatís true, then Obama canít win reelection. Game over.
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and herman is correct.

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Herman Cain is a blind fool! May the protests grow!

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This self-hating token Uncle Tom (Herman Cain) is doing his best Minstrel Show to try and entertain the racist in the GOP; canít wait to see this token self-destruct when the bigots let him know that his Black ass is too black to get the vote of the racist right-wing tea-baggers looking for their savior. Someone should inform Herman Cain that the right-wingers want the Black man outÖ and they damn sure ainít thinking about replacing him with another Black guy, no matter how much of a buffoon Cain dances around like.

Herman Cain should take his dumb ass down to Wall Street and talk to this guy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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herman cain cannot stop history in teh making.

Otherwise it wold have been stopped in the ME or Europe.

Wait on.... didn't America start those... Goldman Sachs rings a bell... they certainly being sued from Greece to New York.
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These protesters would have a much larger impact in America by doing simple things, like aiming their headlights and learning to drive without playing "Mr. Zoom Zoom" darting in and out of traffic and only causing congestion because they want to be in front. The jackasses are arrogant, doped Liberals with the most deviant fringes trying to channel angers over impotence in the face of profound Democrat failure.
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Marine Corp Pat wrote:
This self-hating token Uncle Tom (Herman Cain) is doing his best Minstrel Show to try and entertain the racist in the GOP; canít wait to see this token self-destruct when the bigots let him know that his Black ass is too black to get the vote of the racist right-wing tea-baggers looking for their savior. Someone should inform Herman Cain that the right-wingers want the Black man outÖ and they damn sure ainít thinking about replacing him with another Black guy, no matter how much of a buffoon Cain dances around like.
Herman Cain should take his dumb ass down to Wall Street and talk to this guy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
...your an ignorant azzhole occupy wall st tea bagger
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Herman Cain is a blind fool! May the protests grow!
......your an ignorant azzhole occupy wall st tea bagger
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Marine Corp Pat wrote:
This self-hating token Uncle Tom (Herman Cain) is doing his best Minstrel Show to try and entertain the racist in the GOP; canít wait to see this token self-destruct when the bigots let him know that his Black ass is too black to get the vote of the racist right-wing tea-baggers looking for their savior. Someone should inform Herman Cain that the right-wingers want the Black man outÖ and they damn sure ainít thinking about replacing him with another Black guy, no matter how much of a buffoon Cain dances around like.
Herman Cain should take his dumb ass down to Wall Street and talk to this guy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
It's ironic because the protesters are members of the very same working class that Cain rose up from. As successful as he is, a lot of people before him and around him in the Deep South put their safety and even their lives on the line so that they and others like him could vote and do all the other things that living under segregation denied them. His success was as much a result of others fighting the unjust system he grew up under as it was a result of his self-motivation. His "I-got-mine-screw-you " attitude is shared by the party he embraces. In addition, that attitude has been prevalent within Wall Street and Congress, which in turn has motivated the anger of people who have been so adversely affected by it. Cain IS a big fool, and I'm quite sure his enablers are sitting back laughing at the free show he's giving them with his collosal arrogance and ignorance. It was really brilliant of him to stupidly insult people he wants to vote for him (SARCASM).
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Cain came along just as Corporations began Their Affirmative Action Hiring of Blacks into the Corporate World. This was a case of hiring on The Basis of ones color rather on the content of their character. Up the Corporate Ladder they went on the basis of their color, not necessarily the Content of Their Character! Not exactly a level playing field was it? He took someone elses Cadillac by playing The Racial Victim Card! So what the Hell is He complaining about?
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Cain, is very much detached from any kinda reality, he's the reason why the Occupy Wall Street protesters. Will not make a difference in the long run. Cain is a Pagan Baptist Cult Minister and like the majority of American Christian Organized Crime cartel. Will never support real change, the Protesters are not the "99 %" they're more like the 17% or less non Christian critical thinkers. The protesters have the right ideas but without the delusional 83% Christian Crime Cartel members, will have little support in there efforts.

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This self-hating token Uncle Tom (Herman Cain) is doing his best Minstrel Show to try and entertain the racist in the GOP; canít wait to see this token self-destruct when the bigots let him know that his Black ass is too black to get the vote of the racist right-wing tea-baggers looking for their savior. Someone should inform Herman Cain that the right-wingers want the Black man outÖ and they damn sure ainít thinking about replacing him with another Black guy, no matter how much of a buffoon Cain dances around like.
Herman Cain should take his dumb ass down to Wall Street and talk to this guy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Racist schmuck.

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Marine Corp Pat wrote:
This self-hating token Uncle Tom (Herman Cain) is doing his best Minstrel Show to try and entertain the racist in the GOP; canít wait to see this token self-destruct when the bigots let him know that his Black ass is too black to get the vote of the racist right-wing tea-baggers looking for their savior. Someone should inform Herman Cain that the right-wingers want the Black man outÖ and they damn sure ainít thinking about replacing him with another Black guy, no matter how much of a buffoon Cain dances around like.
Herman Cain should take his dumb ass down to Wall Street and talk to this guy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Herman Cain says.

It is not a person's fault if they succeeded, it is a person's fault if they failed.Ē...

Which are you?

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People really need to understand who Herman Cain is. They don't.

Cain is attacking OWS because he is a banker. Despite the attempt and some success of the DNC to take over the OWS movement like the RNC did with the Tea Party, there are alot of the prostesters that get it. They understand and know what the Federal Reserve is doing with the use of Fractional Reserve lending and they know the root of the problem. Many of the OWS protesters are calling for an end of Federal Reserve system. Which is the root of our economical problems.

Now, Herman Cain used to be a member of the FMOC (the Federal Reserve board) and was chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. He is a banker. A same banker that brought us to where we are today.

Based on that, anything Cain says is complete bullshit. He is attacking (verbally) the OWS protesters while trying to bank the banking community.

Thomas Jefferson once said, "I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs."

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gossamer wrote:
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Herman Cain says.
It is not a person's fault if they succeeded, it is a person's fault if they failed.Ē...
Which are you?
It depends on what HE believes is success and failure. Herman did a lot of wonderful things, many of which wouldn't have happened for him if his father hadn't worked 3 jobs to pay for his son's college education. Cain came from nothing, and he applied himself. He made something of himself. Then he became a pompous, arrogant jackass.

There is nothing worse than a "self-made" man won't let you forget it. Actually, there is no such thing as a "self-made" man. Unless you live on a deserted island, you always depend on others for what you need and where you're going. Parents, friends, teachers, colleagues, bosses...many people provide stepping stones to those who reach the top. To get to the top and then act as though one has gotten there without the help of others is simple arrogance.

Millions of us here in America have worked hard and not reached Cain's status. Millions of us have parents who worked hard and did not reach Cain's status. Does that make us and our parents unworthy? Does it make us inferior? Does it make us less American? Does it mean that we should have no representation in our country?

Herman Cain is a pompous, self-centered jerk who has such a hateful, slanted few of the American public that he has absolutely no business being president. I'm happy for his success, I just don't need him force-feeding it to me.

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ďWhen a reporter asked me the other day, well, what do you think about those demonstrations up on Wall Street, I said, first of all, Wall Street didnít write these failed economic policies -- the White House did,Ē said Cain.

He then added,ďWhy donít you move the demonstrations to the White House?Ē

http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/cain-why-...

Well Mr Cain, the white house and members of Congress are bought and paid for. Controled by Wall Street and the Fed. Look at the cabinets. All bankers with ties to both the Fed and Wall Street.

So stop trying to divert focus to government when government is owned by the bankers. Nathan Rothchild once said, "who controls the British money supply controls the British Empire. And I control the British money supply." His father Mayer Ansler Rothchild once said, "Permit me to control a nations money supply and I care not who makes its laws."

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Federal Reserve is a Cache of Stolen Assets
http://www.infowars.com/federal-reserve-is-a-... American Revolution, in no small part, was a repudiation of the central banking tyranny exported to the New World by the Bank of England. Few legacies have grown more despotic than the consequences of living under the rule of fractional reserve banking. Many good willed conservatives understand that the system is imploding. Some envision a second American Revolution that expels the remnant Tories that have hijacked our Federalism separation of powers form of government. Woefully, the prospects for a States Rights revolt are slim. However, the scenario of a domestic French Revolution style carnage is brewing with every escalation of the pompous arrogance worthy of a Jean-Joseph, marquis de Laborde or the manipulative usury of the House of Rothschild.

The eruption of populist outrage is long overdue. The lack of objective mainstream media coverage is expected. Their attempt to spin the natural disguise for a corrupt establishment in the hearts of sincere and persecuted citizens is typical. The eliteís message is that they will either control the movement, or at the very least, strip it from any positive synergism. Send in the clowns, like Michael Moore. Wall Street Capitalism: A Love Affair explains the hideous agenda of the clueless socialists that condemn all things Wall Street, while advancing the ultimate goals of the New World Order globalists.
Street theater no longer is enough. The peasants are rallying their pitchforks, as they storm the Bastille; however, they got their GPS coordinates wrong. The correct address is 33 Liberty Street, New York, NY. That is the location of the dominate Federal Reserve temple. When the public finally comes to grips with the real cause of the unsustainable debt, they will understand that the private central banking system bears the ultimate redress for their sins against America and all humanity.

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This self-hating token Uncle Tom (Herman Cain) is doing his best Minstrel Show to try and entertain the racist in the GOP; canít wait to see this token self-destruct when the bigots let him know that his Black ass is too black to get the vote of the racist right-wing tea-baggers looking for their savior. Someone should inform Herman Cain that the right-wingers want the Black man outÖ and they damn sure ainít thinking about replacing him with another Black guy, no matter how much of a buffoon Cain dances around like.
Herman Cain should take his dumb ass down to Wall Street and talk to this guy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Racist much?
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I LOVE HERMAN CAIN!

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Protests: Both Conservatives and Liberals Are Right Ö Just Looking at Different Sides of the Same Coin
http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2011/10/occupy...

The Occupy Wall Street protests are obviously targeting Wall Street, i.e. the giant banks.

The Occupy the Fed protests Ė led by Alex Jones, the Oathkeepers and other conservatives Ė are targeting the Federal Reserve.*

While some are trying to weaken these two movements through a divide-and-conquer strategy, the truth is that they are two sides of the same coin.

Specifically, the corrupt, giant banks would never have gotten so big and powerful on their own. In a free market, the leaner banks with sounder business models would be growing, while the giants who made reckless speculative gambles would have gone bust.

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