Sean is taking some hard-earned vacation time as he recharges his batteries for the push to November. Ably controlling the helm was former presidential candidate Herman Cain, who took listeners on a wild analysis of “Obama Don’t Care.” “I want to share with you the truth,” began Cain, “I don’t have political aspirations, I just want to set the narrative about the real problem that should be the focus of our national dialogue.” “This debate is about watching over government and working on the right problem,” offered Cain, “The problem is the disparity between the tax exclusions for the employers and not the employees.” In an effort to weigh in on the discussion, Herman Cain is launching CainTV, an internet-based effort to spread his message to all those dedicated to supporting the message of smaller government and a stronger focus on improving the economy. For more on Cain’s initiativ e, click here.
Obama Doesn’t Care
Cain spent the second hour highlighting the new term he has for President Obama’s Health Care Reform Act, what was known as Obama Care, is now coined Obama Doesn’t Care. “That’s right, calling it Obama Care is a misnomer,” laughed Cain, “Obama doesn’t care that he told you this wasn’t a tax, Obama doesn’t care that this will create 159 new bureaucracies, Obama doesn’t care that this will create 47 new agencies and 67 new grant programs and Obama doesn’t care that the IRS will have to hire 16,500 new agents to enforce the ‘penalty’ portion of this.” “We have a responsibility to watch our government,” a fired-up Cain offered, “After the Supreme Court’s ruling, I’m all-in to defeat Barack Obama.” Herman Cain is ready to work hard for a victory in November, are you?
It’s Certainly A Tax
While many are certainly reeling from last week’s Supreme Court ruling that upheld the core of Obama Care, Sean was able to keep things in clear perspective in his response last week. The one thing that we can all take away from the ruling is that Obama Care, whether the White House wants to admit it or not, is a tax, and taxes are never good in November. Sean recently had a chance to sit down with former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin to get her thoughts on the Supreme Court’s recent rulings. “The President promised America that he wouldn’t raise taxes and yet there are seven in Obama Care,” explained Sean, “Did the President purposely lie?” “This is a tax and anyone with economic sense new it was a tax,” shot back Governor Palin, “The only thing that could make this fly constitutionally is a tax.” That point is not one that will be lost on many this November. While President Obama can claim that Obama Care doesn’t introduce any new taxes, the reality t ells a completely different story, and five of America’s top justices are calling it one. To watch Sean’s interview with Governor Palin, click here.