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They Think You're Stupid: Why Democrats Lost Your Vote and What Republicans Must Do to Keep It Paperback – June 10, 2011
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His latest book is a portrait of the current political scene. It provides the reader with factual reasoning behind the core of the major problems facing the Democrat Party. He also shows the reader what the Republican Party is doing right as well as what they could stand to improve on.
Cain sees the current political scene as an opportunity for the
Republican Party to win over new members and secure itself as a major party for years to come, without compromising its core values. But he adds that the Republican Party can not wait for voters to come to it; to the contrary, it needs to reach out to these outsiders.
He argues that having clear moral courage in the fight against Terror and having bold leadership skills on the big domestic issues such as replacing the tax code or fixing social security is a must for our leaders in Washington. It is also what frustrated voters, or the "politically homeless" are looking for in a candidate.
Like the great Ronald Reagan, Herman Cain is a man of principal who must wait for the political tides to turn his way. Reagan spent his "wilderness years" doing a radio address and writing. How is Cain spending his "wilderness years?" Writing op-ed's, launching a radio program, and writing his first book on his vision for America, that's how!
Cain is quickly emerging as a major force in American politics. With the "politically homeless" on his side, that time will come sooner rather than later.
Mr. Cain says that our country has real problems. He is right. But the politicians have learned that the way to get into office is to talk about what an S.O.B. the other candidate is rather than promote plans fo their own.
Social Security is in trouble. We all know that as the baby boomers retire the present welfare, non-acturarial, based system can't continue as is. President Bush has suggested one step to fixing it. The Democrats have a lot of poll data saying that using this to bash Bush is helping them. They have no incentive to come up with a plan. They even got angry when a Florida (where Social Security is a real issue) suggested part of one.
The title of the book says, "They Think You're Stupid." And the sub-title should be, "And the voters are proving them right."
This is an excellent book in so far as it talks about the problems facing America. I wish I believed his view of the smarter electorate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Timely arrival, excellent transaction....book is in excellent condition....a very interesting and intellectual book.....will definitely be reading it very soon... Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by Sharon Echelbarger
Herman tells it like it is, without politics. Sometimes we need to hear the truth..The U.S. is a constitutional republic, not a democracy.Published on December 30, 2013 by Elise Jansen
Mr. Cain is not Mr. Able when it comes to writing a book. He joins a growing number of right wing whackjobs and greedheads who have found great profitability in lies, distortions... Read morePublished on December 11, 2013 by Bozvotros
If you are a conservative who makes less than about 300 a year, skip this book and read What's the Matter with Kansas? You'll think you're stupid, too. Read morePublished on October 26, 2013 by Henry Ridgeway
I found the title of this book to be incredibly ironic. It's Herman Cain who thinks we voters are stupid....at least he did before he was forced to crawl away in disgrace. Read morePublished on January 19, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Cain is really full of baseless rhetoric. He thinks your stupid enough to read his book. He has no business writing because he makes unsubstantiated assumptions about politics. Read morePublished on November 11, 2011 by aPerson
well h--l! we are, but even stupid people, even caterers, even Republicans, gossip about people's sex lives. Read morePublished on November 7, 2011 by Marco Buendia
Herman Cain has such great ideas & expresses them so clearly. What a wonderful, amazing man. Sure hope he's the Republican nominee. Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by FLFe
I heard about this book and ordered it from amazon.com. I haven't finished reading it yet, but it is a good book and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the... Read morePublished on December 11, 2010 by Margaret Robertson