10/27/11 - Rick Perry may skip some GOP debates http://t.co/yOVny05q
My question: Because he does not want some of his commentary recorded for all time or because he does not want to be seen in a group of questionable individuals?
Herman Cain: Occupy Wall Street Protesters Should 'Go Home And Get A Job And A Life'.
Maybe as part of Cain's economic plan he will offer them jobs as pizza delivery folks? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/28/herman-cain-occupy-wall-street_n_1063703.html
The Tea Party Pork Binge - They brought the nation to the brink of default over spending, but a Newsweek investigation shows Tea Party lawmakers grabbing billions from the government trough. Plus, view the letters submitted by the 'Dirty Dozen.'
Round and round they go, solving no problem, covering the same ground over and over, no direction and the same tactics. What do they say crazy is? Doing the same thing over and over yet expecting a different result.
The tax plans from Rick Perry and Herman Cain would make millionaires vastly richer while raising taxes on the middle class. It's voodoo economics gift-wrapped for rich voters.
Republican presidential candidates are falling over themselves promising to cut your taxes. Well, probably not your taxes. Somebody else's taxes. Somebody rich.
First there was Herman Cain's 9-9-9 plan, which would replace all of our current taxes with a 9 percent national sales tax, a 9 percent "business tax" and a 9 percent tax on income. Now Rick Perry says that his 20 percent "flat tax" is even better. Meanwhile, Michele Bachmann says Perry stole her idea. But let's be clear: These are massive tax cuts for the rich, not for most of us.
Poorest poor in US hits new record: 1 in 15 people - http://news.yahoo.com/poorest-poor-us-hits-record-1-15-people-040233161.html
For a Republican Party that has spent the better part of its presidential campaign proving that most of its candidates are not smarter than a fifth grader, the real scandal around frontrunner-of-the-moment Herman Cain is not what he knows. It’s what he doesn’t know.
Rick Perry + Al Gore ≠ global warming logic
When Al Gore was in the White House, global warming was a disaster of the first order. Republican presidential candidates are now saying it is anything from a fraud to trivial.
Cain, conservatives look foolish blaming scandal on race
I question the thought process of another candidate. Why would somebody punish an entire team who worked hard to get where they are rather than just single out the offender? Perhaps this is a political scandal in the making? Perhaps Rick Santorum has a bet on the game and wants to swing things in his favor? Maybe I read too much into this and it is just a lack of common sense on his part. Then again, look at the company he is keeping and it is not a surprise.
The Not-So-Super Committee Fails, As Expected http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/breakout/not-super-committee-fails-expected-135227601.html