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Why Herman Had to Go

Herman Cain was the Great Black Hope. At least for me, he was. I had listened to Herman on the radio and called into this show on occasion. The man was a veritable cornucopia of information and his facts were always verifiable.
Many of his callers urged him to run for President as they (and I) felt that a man of his integrity, intelligence and success in the business world was what was necessary to turn the economy of this country around. We felt he would be a leader we could be proud of and the country would look up to for guidance in a world gone mad.
Herman began speaking at Tea Party Rallies around Georgia and then in different states. His popularity grew as he was exposing himself to a national audience. Many new callers were listening to the streaming of his radio show on the net stating that they had heard him at a Tea Party or seen his speech on CSPAN.
After much soul searching and praying, Herman decided to give up his radio show and run for the office of the President of the United States of America! We were so proud of him and we backed him all the way.
Herman started out slow, but his campaign began to reach more and more people, His ability to relate to the man on the street, his humor, his good natured way of coming across to his audience, (without a teleprompter, I might add) were all part of his appeal to down to earth Americans. His solutions to the economic situation were appealing to people who were hurting from Obama’s disastrous economic policies.
Herman started to be heard on conservative radio talk shows. Everyone who interviewed him, liked him and his 999 Plan. Then, he was on the various news programs, resulting in more and more support for Herman in spite of his several faux pas. Several high powered talking heads, like Dick Morris, were bringing his message to the people on the net and on radio and TV.
Herman rose to the top of the polls and someone or several some ones, threw a monkey wrench into the works. Women came forward to accuse Herman of sexual improprieties. The first two actually helped Herman’s campaign as he continued to rise in the polls and his contributions increased. But the last woman, who accused him of an actual sexual affair which she said lasted for 13 years was a campaign killer. Her accusation came at a time when Herman, who had lost support in the polls, once again topped a Rasmussen Poll the week before Thanksgiving.
I’m not going to go into the similarities of these 3 women’s backgrounds. You can do that research yourself since the main stream media won’t tell you what they are, nor will they tell you that there is no proof of these accusations. Herman was in a very bad position and he had divulged that his wife didn’t know about his friendship with this woman or his financial help to her. After talking to his wife, he decided to suspend his campaign. This only means he can continue to collect contributions in order to pay his campaign debts.
Herman will continue to talk, to push The Fair Tax, to promote American Ideals and Ideas across this nation. He’s not going to be silenced IN the political arena. He will thwart the people who started this smear campaign.
In my educated political opinion, there were several reasons those people –decided to attack Herman. One of them is that the Democratic Party cannot have a black man running around America telling black people, or any other person on the Welfare Plantation, that they don’t need the government to support them or to keep them out of the free market system. He will continue to bring thE message that, with perseverance and ambition, anyone can be rich in this country. Obama’s campaign cannot lose even 1% of the black vote and be re-elected. Herman would have taken more than 1% of that vote and he would have taken other votes that Obama is counting on. His color did matter in this election, even if those of us who backed him argued against his color being the reason we supported him. But it only mattered to the Democratic Party who practices the agenda of race baiting.
Herman was the only candidate to hint at the danger of Islam. It indicated that he would not adhere to the philosophy of diversity, which has ruined the cultures of our European ancestors. And he was berated for it and raked over the coals before the issue disappeared. I honestly believe Herman knew the fears the American people have about radical Islam taking over America.
But the most important reason that Herman had to be gotten rid of was his stance on restructuring the tax system. Right now, the Democrat and Republican power structure have American workers under their thumb with a taxation system that is communist inspired. A graduated tax system is expounded upon in The Communist Manifesto, which I have written about in a previous article, http://conservativedailynews.com/2011/08/the-new-enemy-part-ii-marxism/. This draconian taxation system, which is not only theft of a person’s labor but immoral, is part and parcel of the American Income Tax Amendment. The Congress controls your money. It also controls how your money is spent. As we’ve seen, the people in Congress don’t care that we have objections to, not only the tax system itself, but the way our money is spent.
Herman promoted, and will continue to promote, The Fair Tax, his 999 Plan being a stepping stone to the adoption of this system as our national taxation system. You can view the particulars of The Fair Tax at www.fairtax.org.
Herman would have lifted the yoke of taxes based on your hard work and given you a system that allowed you to choose when to be taxed. It would have been an equal tax on every person who bought a new product, whether it be an article of clothing, a car or a new house. In essence, Herman wanted to turn you back into a citizen of the United States instead of continuing to be a subject of the Federal Government and the IRS. By doing that, Herman would have taken the major tool of those that require you to be under their thumb. He would have broken it, discarded it, and thrown it onto the trash pile of bad ideas and Unconstitutional laws. Herman would have freed you, and that is not in the best interests of those who have made Congressional Representation their life’s work.
I say, God Bless you, Herman, keep up the good fight, and maybe others will listen to your message and finally, we can start the long road back to the vision of the Founders of this once great nation.