I have been keeping an eye on my Twitter time line lately and those of you who are a little slow but fast enough to trick yourself into thinking you are politically cognizant are actually taking the time to consider whether the Herman Cain “9/9/9” plan sounds feasable.
And I can feel you on that!
I mean, I’m not one for math, but I can surely handle some “9” division AND multiplication in my head. I don’t even need to find my calculator desktop app.
What I’m saying is, Cain’s plan actually sounds logical, it’s understandable and after all, he’s a business man, not a politician.
Business men are capable of making decisions that bring in results. Isn’t that how one becomes a pizza guru!?
His economic plan is easily digestible, sweet and oh, so satisfying for people who are tired of having to think; being civilly aware is tiring.
The plain words coming from the mouth of the brown skinned Uncle Ben looking politician is comforting to us. It satisfies our sweet white starch addiction and our distorted need to feel symbolically righteous.
He’s a black man, after all, so he’s as good as Obama, dammit!
Is my snark too tangy for you?
Okay, well, according to the Associated Press and the Washington Post the REAL reason Herman Cain seems so put together and appears to possess calm fluidity while he recites his policy details is not because he’s particularly versed on economics, he’s not (read).
The reason why his plan seems so well oiled is because it is; his economic plan is an updated version of a formerly endorsed economic platform devised and funded by the Koch Brothers.
Seems like that shit faced smirk that is always present on Cain’s face comes from having the large cash bulging fists of the Koch Brothers up his ass.
Yes, children, just like a friendly, entertaining Muppet, Cain is merely a likable vehicle for the architects of the destruction of the working man’s chance at prosperity.
Much of Cain’s policy rhetoric, his campaign aides, and high ranking political advisers, those of who actually ARE experienced and well versed in policy, are also affiliates or former lobbyist for the discreet Koch owned advocacy group Americans for Prosperity.
AFP tapped Cain as the public face of its “Prosperity Expansion Project,” and he traveled the country in 2005 and 2006 speaking to activists who were starting state-based AFP chapters from Wisconsin to Virginia. Through his AFP work he met Mark Block, a longtime Wisconsin Republican operative hired to lead that state’s AFP chapter in 2005 as he rebounded from an earlier campaign scandal that derailed his career.
Several key members of the Koch Brother’s “Prosperity Expansion Project’ are now on Cain’s campaign team. Several of the articles making their way around the internet highlight the relationships that cross populate the inner circle.
Either way, Cain has been further revealed to be what he is, a sell out Negro looking for his next opportunity. Like any business man, he’s up for sale, and like any smart business man this is all about his pockets.
The American Dream, opportunity and exploiting opportunity…that’s how you get rich!
He probably sees this election as a great chance to propel himself forward as either the POTUS (the SECOND Black and FIRST REAL African American to hold office) or he’ll run until he’s dismissed, or loses, and then he’ll go on to sell his ass and make a shit load of money on the speech circuits.
Uncle Ben has nothing to lose; but we do.
Remember, some people did benefit from slavery, which could be considered America’s first “Prosperity Expansion Project.
Herman Cain must be out of his COTTON PICKING MIND to think we’d fall for this…..or so my dearly departed Daddy would say!