By The People

There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,
contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance.
I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who
are not even aware of the dangers.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Razing Cain: Sexual Harrassment Charges?

Herman Cain'is 9-9-9 Plan has elevated him to the top of the GOP contenders list, ahead of Mitt Romney (the 'good old boys' favorite) and Governor Rick Perry (Bilderberg Group crony) as the major media favorite. But a storm may be brewing in the media with the allegations that while head of the National Restaurant Association from 1996-1999 he sexually harassed two women.

While no names have been mentioned, it has been reported that there were "settlements of five figures made" to the "victims" in lieu of law suit. Cain's chief of staff Mark Block says, “Every negative word and accusation in the article is sourced to a series of unnamed or anonymous sources. Questionable at best."

I am sure this story will get lots of play in the news over the next few days or even weeks. In the meantime, none of this makes any other candidate better, it only brings up more questions about Herman Cain, who is also a former Federal Reserve employee. I find his tenure at the Federal Reserve more relevant than his sexual adventures, but that just me. I don't watch reality TV either.

Herman Cain disagrees with Ron Paul about ending the Federal Reserve, and even said that an audit will prove nothing because they don't have anything to hide. Ben Bernanke disagrees with Cain because he is hiding information from Congress. - 2.4 Trillion - Bernanke Won't Tell Video

As I have been following the candidates and the debates it does seem that there is only Ron Paul, who stands out amongst all the others. Try as they do to find fault with Ron Paul, they usually resort to calling him a lunatic because of his Constitutional ideology that Federal Government has far overreached its limitations; that laws to control arms, drugs, health care, sending troops into foreign lands without a declaration of war, and even funding other countries with taxpayer money is wrong. Now they are saying that he is too old to be President.

What will it take to get Americans to embrace liberty and take responsibility for it? When will the voters see the error in picking the same two party favorites is not their only choices?

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