You Never Want a Serious Crisis to Go to Waste

Rahm Emanuel said:  “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.”  Even better:  Create one and then use it to get what you want.  That’s right out of Cloward and Piven and Saul Alinsky.  And now, if Herman Cain is correct, president Barak Obama is doing the same.  When speaking of the debt ceiling, he said that Obama “allowed it to become a crisis so he could use it as leverage to get what HE wants.”

Republican president candidate Herman Cain today called out President Obama on the debt ceiling fight, accusing the Democrat of using the situation to demand more taxes and more spending to meet his own desires.

During an appearance on the Steve Gill Show, Cain, the former chief of Godfather’s Pizza, said Republican congressional leaders should ignore Obama’s “scare tactics” about hurting “old people, children and puppy dogs.”

“This debt ceiling thing should not have become a crisis,” Cain said on the Steve Gill Show. “This president allowed it to become a crisis so he could use it as leverage to get what HE wants … which is to raise taxes and keep on spending. The American people are saying ‘no’.” Read more on:


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