11 October 2011

U.S. Should Emulate Germany, Cain Says, Unveiling New Plan

MANCHESTER, NH -- Praising the Federal Republic of Germany for its economic and political stability in a time of global upheaval, presidential candidate Herman Cain is urging the United States to follow the example of its European ally. During last night’s debate with rivals for the Republican nomination, Cain unveiled his new plan.

“Do we want higher taxes? Nein! Do we want higher government spending? Nein! Do we want greater federal regulation and oversight? Nein!” Cain said. “Nein, nein, nein!”

Cain, former chairman and CEO of Godfather’s Pizza, has no political experience, a plus among many Republican voters this year. At least one recent poll shows him leading the Republican challengers. Advisers have tinkered with variations on his “Nein, Nein, Nein” plan in recent weeks, including a “Just Say Nein” campaign and “Proposition? Nein!” designed to appeal to California voters.

Following last night’s debate, Cain declined to speak with reporters. “Nein, nein, nein,” he said, when asked for comment.

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