Thursday, October 13, 2011

Herman Cain is every bit as extremist as Glenn Beck

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Previously on the Review, a thorough analysis of Governor Perry was offered because he embraced Glenn Beck and joined him on his show twice. Another candidate for President, Herman Cain, also visited Beck on his show. Below are two segments from The Last Word where Lawrence O'Donnell analyzes Cain's 9-9-9 proposal.

Listen to O'Donnell dissect Cain's plans. Via MSNBC:

Far more than even Gov. Perry, it's obvious why Herman Cain came onto Beck's show. He was not just pandering to Beck's extremely reactionary audience, as O'Donnell made clear, Cain is every bit as reactionary as Glenn Beck and his gullible followers. That explains why Cain joined Beck on stage at one of his "Restoring Courage" rallies in Israel last summer.

Update, 10/14/2011: O'Donnell followed up with his commentary and analysis of Cain's plan. Via MSNBC:

This will continue to be updated as Lawrence continues to deconstruct and analyze the reactionary, anti-social welfare plan of Herman Cain. For more on how Cain's plan would affect working class people, see "Herman Cain's Plan to Double Your Taxes."

For a summary about Glenn Beck, see "Becoming Paul Revere"
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Anonymous said...

Nothing in this post demonstrates anything said by O'Donnel is right, that Cain's plan is wrong, or that there is a good reason that any should pay more in taxes than anyone else. The truth is that while even under the 18% O'Donnel claims would be a tax cut for the rich still mathematically demosntrates that they would still be paying more in taxes than someone not in the "rich" category. Furthermore, why is the proposition that someone should be prepared for their retirement wrong? Nothing O'Donnel talks about asks the question if an individual ought to be responsible for themselves.

This further demonstrates how little thought has goes into this of argument.

(O)CT(O)PUS said...

Herman Cain versus Barack Obama in 2012. Personally, I prefer the younger fellah.

Cain and McCain make such a lovely pair of bookends.

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