Hermain Cain 20% Up on GOP Contenders

Wow. Herman Cain is now 20% in front of his nearest GOP rival Mitt Romney. That’s 10% up in the last week.

His message. 9-9-9.

999 is the emergency number for a number of countries (but not the US where the number is 911).

Herman Cain has a degree in mathematics.

Cain’s 9-9-9 video concludes with text saying, “If 10% is good enough for God, then 9% should be just fine for the Federal Government.”

Praised by supporters for both its simplicity and its specificity, Cain’s plan drops the current 35 percent corporate tax rate to 9 percent, swaps the 6-bracket personal income tax system for a 9 percent flat tax and creates a 9 percent national sales tax.

The 9-9-9 plan eliminates the payroll tax and estate tax, which brought in a combined $883 billion in 2010, or about 41 percent of the $2.16 trillion collected by the federal government last year. Cain’s proposal also wipes out taxes on capital gains and repatriated corporate profits.

Cain is also a denier.

Watch the video. See the Left squirm.

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0 thoughts on “Hermain Cain 20% Up on GOP Contenders

  1. Factoid:
    Cain routes Romney in head to head matchup
    IBOPE/Zogby asked the following question:

    If
    the Republican primary in your state were held today, and the only
    candidates were Mitt Romney and Herman Cain, for whom would you vote?

    Results: Cain (63%), Romney (29%). Conclusion: In this hypothetical matchup between Cain and Romney, Cain crushes Romney by 34 points.RealClearPolitics compiles and averages the polls. Currently Cain +1 over Romney.What will the future bring?Cain understands the key need to become export competitive.

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