Would Herman Cain make a good president?
Topic: Creating a business plan for sales
May 21, 2019 / By Edain Question:
I am becoming increasingly convinced that he would. He is a business owner who understands the economy and the necessity of small businesses for the economy's well-being. He has specific plans for decisive action, and I like a lot of his goals (returning to a gold standard, having a national sales tax instead of an income tax, etc). Like Mr. Cain said, "Hope and change ain't working." So far, he's got my vote if he can do well in the primary.
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Chanté | 3 days ago
This is an interesting question. Our founders believed that all government positions should be occupied by regular Americans. They detested the monarchy from which they came and purposefully set out to create a nation where citizens would give up their work for a few years, serve the nation and go back to the farm, etc.
Somehow, we've evolved into a mindset that our leaders have to be elitists with ivy league educations, wealth, perfect speaking ability and they also have to be hansome/beautiful. We have elected many of this these illuminati types and they have not been good presidents.
So yes, I like Herman Cain and especially like his character and belief systems. I will vote for him if he is the nominee.
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Anyone who believes in a return to the gold standard does not belong in any sort of role of power whatsoever. You will not find one economist in the country that thinks that is a good idea.
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We went OFF the gold standard for a reason - to get us out of the Great Depression. Every other country that went off the gold standard ended their depressions as well.
Read a book or something dude... seriously.
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