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Herman Cain on Gay Rights
Presidential candidate Herman Cain said Tuesday that he is open to hiring gay staffers if elected president.
“Nope, not at all. I wouldn’t have a problem with that at all,” he said in response to a question concerning whether he is willing to hire staff with diverse backgrounds.
“I just want people who – I want qualified,” Mr. Cain added. “I want them to basically believe in the Constitution of the United States of America, so, yep, I don’t have a problem with appointing an openly gay person.”
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Herman Cain Federal Reserve
Herman Cain, besides being an well established businessman, is also a former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. In fact, on his radio show earlier this year, Mr. Cain advocated there was no need to audit the Federal Reserve, despite the overwhelming evidence of the central bank's misuse of their charter. While his knowledge of the Federal Reserve is obviously profound, he is strangely silent of the issues of the Federal Reserve, as he says little about it, and has said that we do not need an audit of the Federal Reserve.
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Similarity between Herman Cain and Obama on Church
At Antioch, Cain has had to share the pews with fiery critics of the Republican Party like Joe Beasley, a man born to sharecroppers who once said he’s been called the “N-word” more
times than he can count.
Beasley is a deacon at Antioch and serves as Southern regional director for
Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH Coalition. He also knows Cain and has no problem with his
presence at Antioch. Further Joe Beasley of Rainbow PUSH Coalition,
publicly endorsed Herman Cain when he previously ran for US Senate of
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Herman Cain Presidential Candidate of the Past - Conflicting Stand on Issues Here is some analysis from Louis Jacobson in the March 6, 1999 edition of The National
"But unlike many in his party, Cain opposes school vouchers for private schools and backs efforts only to revisit, not eliminate, affirmative action. He declined to give his position on abortion rights. In the primaries, Cain's moderate social stances could pose problems. Not a main stream conservative."
In 1999: When his own run against Bush fizzled, Cain endorsed Steve Forbes, who was (and, likely, still is) known to be quite moderate on the abortion issue and continued his anti-Bush campaign, saying that by electing Bush, Republicans will have "shortchanged ourselves as a party." (Source: Conservative News Service, July 1, 1999) Cain endorsed the liberal Steve Forbes, over the more conservative George Bush, who as a candidate in 2000, presented himself of the champion
pro life conservative causes. Cain attacked George Bush for being too conservative.
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