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Herman Cain was a hopeful candidate for the Republican nomination for President.
- He made a name for himself in the food industry after a hardscrabble upbringing in Atlanta.
- After being named CEO of the underperforming pizza chain, Godfather's Pizza, Cain turned the operation around and was named President of the National Restaurant Association.
- The lobbying position brought him into political circles and, in one memorable instance, he criticized President Clinton on Health Care during a town hall meeting.
The centerpiece of Cain's election bid is his 999 economic plan. The numbers in question refer to his tax plan: create a 9% business flat tax, a 9% individual flat tax and a 9% national sales tax. The hoped for outcome is a replacement of inefficient tax laws with ones that will create $2 trillion in GDP growth, 6 million new jobs, 33% more investment and wages by a tenth.
Elsewhere, Cain is indistinguishable from his Republican cohorts: he would increase defense spending, slash other federal spending, clamp down on immigration, increase domestic oil drilling, repeal Obamacare, privatize Social Security and Medicare, remove existing regulation in the financial industry, get rid of the Department of Education and re-instate the role of religion in American society. Cain identifies himself as a "Black Conservative" and has told reporters on several occasions that most African Americans are Democrats because they have been "brainwashed". Cain has been similarly defiant on his grasp of foreign affairs, responding to one reporter: "When they ask me who's the president of Ubeki-beki-beki-beki-stan-stan, I'm going to say, 'You know, I don't know".