Herman Cain, the outspoken and effective critic of Occupy Wall Street

Tina Korbe

The Occupy Wall Street protests — amorphous and unsanitary — have expanded sufficiently to force national figures to take sides. The left is in a delirium, finding in an incoherent and unfocused movement seeds of “effectiveness” and even “genius.” Meanwhile, Eric Cantor criticizes the mob and Paul Ryan praises the concept of protests, in general.

But from where I sit, one man has emerged — much as he has recently emerged as a presidential contender — as the most effective spokesman against purposeless and petty Days of Rage (well, one man other than David Harsanyi, whose manifesto of OWS demands still remains the best piece on the protests I’ve yet read).

Here’s Herman Cain, saying what needs to be said

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Update“Poverty Ambassadors” Cornel West And Tavis Smiley Rip Herman Cain For Saying Blacks Shouldn’t Blame Racism For Holding Them Back…

Meanwhile, Gallup: Obama’s Approval Rating Among Blacks Hits All-Time Low…

Update 2: Far-Left Dem Russ Feingold: Herman Cain “Un-American For Trying To Intimidate” Wall Street Occupiers…

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