Sweetheart Republican candidate Herman "999" Cain rises in polls... with the help of the infamous multi-billionaire Koch Brothers, who started the AstroTurf Tea Party movement and supported Scott Walker in Madison, Wisconsin who with other Republicans destroyed the unions in spite of unprecedented protests.
When Cain, an actual Black man (unlike Dick Cheney relative B.S. Obama) yet somehow more of a sellout, was asked about the Occupy Wall Street protesters, he had something shocking to say.
State-sponsored assassin Obama -- who has signed off on drone attacks for the extrajudicial execution/assassination of numerous unindicted targets -- is at least trying to pander to both sides of Wall Street (Zuccotti Park and the Stock Exchange) as if he were a moderate. Obama's actually a conservative zealot pushing Bush-era policies while mumbling "the change we need" but in a lovable way.
Have people noticed that China took out the Panchen Lama and replaced him with a stand in just the way America took out MLK and replaced him with B.S. Obama. But he is no more the fulfillment of Martin Luther King Jr's dream than Herman Cain.
Asked about Wall Street occupiers, Cain sent them a message: "Get a job, hypocrites!" Maybe he meant he would like to hire them at Burger King and Godfather's Pizza, two places Koch-Brother-from-another-mother-Cain knows a lot about. Cain is also infamous for pointing out that "Black people are too poor" [for his taste], which he says keeps them out of the Tea Party, not racism.
British musicians Miss Dynamite and Charlie Simpson, fifth and sixth in line, join unemployed outside job center in a bit of performance art for the Battlefront Campaign, raising youth unemployment awareness (Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images).
Herman Cain to Wall Street protesters: Get A Job, Hypocrites
Herman Cain (shown here courtesy of the Atlanta Post with Tea Bag favorite Michelle Bachmann) doubled down Friday on his statement that the Occupy Wall Street protesters should blame themselves for being poor or out of work, adding that they were also hypocrites for using corporate technology to promote their cause.
In an op-ed for the New York Post, the former Godfather's pizza CEO turned Republican presidential candidate wrote that the protesters would, "rather have a handout than work." Citing his own family as an example of how hard work can lead to financial success, Cain wrote that the protesters had no one to blame for their "failures" but themselves. More
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