Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Empowerment: Solution America needs ~ By Herman Cain

Hope and change is not stimulating the economy. Hope and change is not a job, and the latest jobs report shows that to be so. The administration continues to say that the economic hole was deeper than expected. If so, it should have stopped digging.

They also say that people just need to give the president's policies more time.

That's called watch and hope.

Let's get real! America needs more empowerment, not more entitlement and spending by government. Empowerment means enabling businesses, workers and consumers. Get government out of the way. But that's neither in the president's nor the Democrats' DNA.

We must empower our economy with lower taxes on businesses and workers. All we have to do is look at the success of the 1960s and 1980s.

Do you want to know what I think REAL empowerment is? It's having a viable candidate that goes up against the Establishment GOP! And yes, of course, the person that I think could do it is the writer of the column, Herman Cain. I believe that Herman totally understands the big picture, where it is the American people who are empowered to be creative and use their talents to get our economy back on track, rather than Big Government, which never solves anything.

Video provided by thehermancain on May 30, 2011

Enough said! This column by Herman Cain proves my point! Is this a great country, or what? I'm just sayin'... 

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Empowerment: Solution America needs

By Herman Cain

June 06, 2011 ~ 1:00 am Eastern

© 2011

We hear all about America's problems every day. We can't get away from them, especially when the bad news is compounded with more bad news about natural disasters. The latest economic and jobs news is yet another indication that this nation's problems are getting worse and stifling our prosperity.

Every time this administration or Congress tries to fix a problem, it gets worse. That's because the administration believes more government, more spending and more taxes are the answer to everything.

The real answer is less government, less spending and less taxation.

After nearly $1 trillion in federal "stimulus" spending, the economy is still growing at an anemic rate. The first quarter of 2011 weighed in at only a 1.8 percent growth in GDP. Remember, China is growing at about a 10 percent rate of growth.

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