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Qtec
05-27-2011, 03:38 AM
LMAO

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">On the heels of last night’s Senate defeat of the Republicans’ Medicare-ending budget, presidential contender Herman Cain went on Fox News to defend the plan. Cain has recently pulled ahead of former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty (R) in the polls, and used his new credibility to admonish the rest of the GOP field for backing away from the plan authored by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI).

As national backlash to Ryan’s Medicare privatization plan has grown, Republicans have become increasingly divided about how to sell something so deeply unpopular. <span style='font-size: 20pt'>Many, including Ryan himself, have cynically tried to deny that it’s a voucher scheme at all, but rather the much more appealingly-named “premium support” plan. Speaking with Fox and Friends host Gretchen Carlson, Cain crtiticized this hedging and urged his fellow candidates to call the Ryan plan what it is — <u>a voucher system:</u></span>

CAIN: Nobody’s talking about the fact that the centerpiece of Ryan’s plan is a voucher. Now, a lot of people don’t like to use that term because it has a negative connotation. That is what we need. [...]

CARLSON: It sounds, Mr. Cain, like you’re supporting Congressman Ryan’s plan. It’s interesting becuase other Republican candidates like Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty are not outright supporting it because they say they’re going to come up with their own plans. How do you respond to that?

CAIN: I support Ryan’s plan 100%. We don’t need to come up with another plan. The people who are backing away from Ryan’s plan, which is very well thought out…they simply lack courage. I don’t know another way to put it. They lack courage. Don’t back away from something simply because it’s controversial or because it’s difficult to explain to the American people.

Watch it: </div></div> DOA (http://thinkprogress.org/2011/05/26/cain-ryan-voucher-plan/)



Q...........LMAO

Stretch
05-27-2011, 04:07 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Qtec</div><div class="ubbcode-body">LMAO

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">On the heels of last night’s Senate defeat of the Republicans’ Medicare-ending budget, presidential contender Herman Cain went on Fox News to defend the plan. Cain has recently pulled ahead of former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty (R) in the polls, and used his new credibility to admonish the rest of the GOP field for backing away from the plan authored by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI).

As national backlash to Ryan’s Medicare privatization plan has grown, Republicans have become increasingly divided about how to sell something so deeply unpopular. <span style='font-size: 20pt'>Many, including Ryan himself, have cynically tried to deny that it’s a voucher scheme at all, but rather the much more appealingly-named “premium support” plan. Speaking with Fox and Friends host Gretchen Carlson, Cain crtiticized this hedging and urged his fellow candidates to call the Ryan plan what it is — <u>a voucher system:</u></span>

CAIN: Nobody’s talking about the fact that the centerpiece of Ryan’s plan is a voucher. Now, a lot of people don’t like to use that term because it has a negative connotation. That is what we need. [...]

CARLSON: It sounds, Mr. Cain, like you’re supporting Congressman Ryan’s plan. It’s interesting becuase other Republican candidates like Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty are not outright supporting it because they say they’re going to come up with their own plans. How do you respond to that?

CAIN: I support Ryan’s plan 100%. We don’t need to come up with another plan. The people who are backing away from Ryan’s plan, which is very well thought out…they simply lack courage. I don’t know another way to put it. They lack courage. Don’t back away from something simply because it’s controversial or because it’s difficult to explain to the American people.

Watch it: </div></div> DOA (http://thinkprogress.org/2011/05/26/cain-ryan-voucher-plan/)



Q...........LMAO


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Sounds like he wants to go down swinging, and that's even before the public gets a hold of him. St.

pooltchr
05-27-2011, 06:16 AM
Truely disgusting! The nerve of the man!
Imagine a politician saying what he believes, not sugar coating it, and sticking to his guns!

A lot of people thing a voucher plan has the potential to improve our broken education system.

He may not be playing the game by everyone else's rules, but I dare say you can believe what he says when he says it.


Yeah, you may be right. A politician who speaks the truth doesn't have much of a chance.

Steve

Gayle in MD
05-27-2011, 08:36 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Qtec</div><div class="ubbcode-body">LMAO

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">On the heels of last night’s Senate defeat of the Republicans’ Medicare-ending budget, presidential contender Herman Cain went on Fox News to defend the plan. Cain has recently pulled ahead of former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty (R) in the polls, and used his new credibility to admonish the rest of the GOP field for backing away from the plan authored by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI).

As national backlash to Ryan’s Medicare privatization plan has grown, Republicans have become increasingly divided about how to sell something so deeply unpopular. <span style='font-size: 20pt'>Many, including Ryan himself, have cynically tried to deny that it’s a voucher scheme at all, but rather the much more appealingly-named “premium support” plan. Speaking with Fox and Friends host Gretchen Carlson, Cain crtiticized this hedging and urged his fellow candidates to call the Ryan plan what it is — <u>a voucher system:</u></span>

CAIN: Nobody’s talking about the fact that the centerpiece of Ryan’s plan is a voucher. Now, a lot of people don’t like to use that term because it has a negative connotation. That is what we need. [...]

CARLSON: It sounds, Mr. Cain, like you’re supporting Congressman Ryan’s plan. It’s interesting becuase other Republican candidates like Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty are not outright supporting it because they say they’re going to come up with their own plans. How do you respond to that?

CAIN: I support Ryan’s plan 100%. We don’t need to come up with another plan. The people who are backing away from Ryan’s plan, which is very well thought out…they simply lack courage. I don’t know another way to put it. They lack courage. Don’t back away from something simply because it’s controversial or because it’s difficult to explain to the American people.

Watch it: </div></div> DOA (http://thinkprogress.org/2011/05/26/cain-ryan-voucher-plan/)



Q...........LMAO


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Let's hope the Repigs just keep on running their mouths!

Even the RW has awakened to their BS.

When you see not just one, but a number of elections that have been far right, for decades, going for the Democratic Candidate, and Repig gov.'s across the country, crashin in the polls, it''s a good sign, of exactly whaat some of us were saying, when the Rw nutjobs on here were trying to float the absurd idea, that REPIGLICANS, had gotten a mandate, in the last election.

Clearly, that was BULL****! They were too stupid to understand, that the outcome was all about those who lean to the left, who wanted far more left leaning policies, from Democratics, those of us who wanted to see Bush/Cheney/Rice/Rumsfeld, prosecuted for their WAR CRIMES!

Repigs have not one single candidate acceptable to the Indepents in this country.

AND loads of people are waking up to the FACT, that for most of the same old bunch of greedy scam artists, same ol' Repiglican Candidates, running for the office of the presidency, as just another money scheme, for more attention, and fame, to be used later to sell more of their absurd "books" which are laughably fulle of lies and whining denials and attacks, and get more money for "speaking?" No, contract to stand on the stage and lie and exploit the stupid who are still out there soaking up the lies and denials.


How damn dumb cann they be!!!
Cheney, Bush and Rumsfeld, can't even leave the country!

The whole world knows they are War Criminals!

G.