For the past few weeks Herman Cain has been touting his ‘Nein-Nein-Nein’ economic plan around to all of his supporters as well as at the GOP presidential candidate debates. It seems however that people are misinterpreting what the message of his plan actually is. Most people think that his plan is ‘9-9-9’, which is a 9% business tax, a 9% individual tax, and a 9% sales tax nationwide. However, this is not the case at all according to the Cain campaign.
Apparently the actual economic plan is one that actually goes along with the old GOP standard of saying “no” to everything mixed with their love of comparing everything to Hitler. The German word for “no” is “nein” and Herman Cain’s ‘Nein-Nein-Nein’ plan is a fancy way of saying “no” to everyone in the nation who actually wants a chance to succeed that isn’t there already. Cain figured that saying “no” three times would really get his point across plus repeating something incessantly is something that the late Joseph Goebbels (Hitler’s propaganda minister) would have approved of because he said that “if you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes the truth.” Pretty soon, the working poor and dwindling middle class will grow to appreciate their plight, and embrace it, all the while wanting the wealthy to become wealthier. It would be after all “what the people want,” because that’s what they are told they want.
Herman Cain’s campaign is hoping that this clarification of the plan will further his chances for victory of the GOP presidential nomination.