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Originally posted by pianopraze
Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by wbf850
Can you spell Globalist?
Originally posted by dannotz
Those are some key topics that he's going back and fourth on..
You can't simply just say " i don't recall.." every time and expect us to believe you.
And does anyone find it interesting how much coverage Cain is getting? Out of nowhere the man surged in the polls and became politically relevant over night...
I see right through you Mr.Cain, can't we all ??
We are better than being BS'd every 4 years!
Originally posted by DrJay1975
Ron Paul is a MD. He's a devout Christian as well. In May of 2007 at an interview of GOP candidates, the candidates were asked about their view on evolution. Paul stated he did believe in evolution. In december of 2007 in a different interview he stated that he believes in creation. Now at his age we all know his opinion of that issue didn't change. He's a man of faith who always believed in creation. Which would make his initial answer a lie. Which would make the 2nd answer a flip flop. I like Paul. but I wouldn't want a physician that denies evolution. He doesn't believe in the adaptive creation, but the genesis variety. That's a weakness in my eyes.
It's also a huge stretch and definitely indicative of yellow journalism when you say no candidate in history has flip flopped as much as Cain. Nut your piece is not neutral. It doesn't deal in facts. It deals in slanted opinion pieces. Which makes you CNN, MSNBC, Fox, Rush, the same as every other crap news program out there that pretends to be neutral. Here's a brilliant idea. Report facts. Don't color them with your opinion. Report facts and let the people figure it out for themselves. If you don't your just as bad as everyone else. And nobody is going to form the objective opinion you want so badly listening to slanted trash journalism.
Originally posted by iamusic
Hello I can't really come to any conclusions based off of the OP but I wanted to ask OldCorp do you think you are having a hard time getting info from people b/c you are with ATS? I noticed you had sort of the same problem on your other project comet Elenin.
Originally posted by Phenomium
This guy wreaks of evil anyway. He looks down on the empoverished and says that they are jealous of the rich when the reality is that the protesters are but a few who were robbed by people like him. I heard himself, liken himself to Moses when he delivered the jews from bondage and his "999" plan...looks suspiciously like an inverted "666". Somehow he remains in the lead, despite Ron Paul smoking his @ss at every turn.
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
I can't believe some people would elect his silly ass for president.
Originally posted by SecondAmendmentUser
I'll go out on a limb here, the sad part is political correctness has become so frickin pervasive and ingrained in the American public.....especially concerning the issue of race. (even damages the ability to have serious discussions here in ATS just witnessed this on another thread about an 84 year old white man, getting beaten by a group of black youths)
The reason why you are seeing this elite tool canaanite (Cain ) guy getting so much "game time" is because he is BLACK., and that is about the ONLY reason.
I always have to sigh because the American people have become so cowardly and timid about discussing and exposing the "race" angle of issues, so that the elite play most people like a damn harp. It has become a very effective way at short circuiting and crippling the critical thinking and discernment of intelligent people, a brilliant move on the ruling ghouls part.
I can imagine the smug snickering of these criminals discussing this part of their strategy at their various get togethers like the Bildeburg and Bohemian grove events.
edit on 26-10-2011 by SecondAmendmentUser because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by carewemust
I hate to say this (because I normally vote Republican), but President Obama seems to be one of the least "flip-floppy" candidates who made it to the Presidency since Ronald Reagan. When he went into Pakistan to get Osama Bin Laden, the first thing I said to myself was, "Oh man! He said he would do this in a 2008 Presidential debate!". He promised a full withdrawal from Iraq during his 2008 campaign and it's about to happen this year. This President has (in my opinion) a mis-guided notion of how to grow the economy, but he's hardly flip-floppy, or wishy-washy.
If Herman Cain is genuine as this thread implies, he could be just as effective as President Obama has been in accomplishing campaign promises after he's elected President. IMO, the upcoming 2012 election will be a close one, if unemployment stays close to where it is and we're not hit with a major terror attack.