Cain is “not a career politician,” said Alison Howard, 22, who works for a nonprofit organization in Washington and attended the Values Voter Summit in Washington last week, where Cain appeared. “People relate to him because he’s a hard worker who took advantage of capitalistic principles.”
Other candidates, such as Perry and Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann, have risen, only to stumble. Still, Cain has established himself as a candidate who may no longer be overlooked by his opponents.
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Money laundering is the process of disguising illegal sources of money so that it looks like it came from legal sources.
Cain became a member of the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in 1992 and served as its chairman from January 1995 to August 1996, when he resigned to become active in national politics.
Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
No mention of Ron Paul.