Biography - A Short Wiki
Former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza and Tea Party Activist who was a colorful figure in the 2011 Republican presidential primary. Though he led the polls for a period of time he was forced to drop out of the race after allegations of sexual misconduct came to light.
Taking his parents’ advice on getting a good education to heart, he studied math and computer science, and worked for the Navy, Coca Cola, and Pillsbury.
During the Republican primary, he proposed his ‘9-9-9’ flat tax plan, which many criticized as more burdensome to the working class than the rich, and suggested – jokingly – that the border between U.S. Mexico should have an electrified fence.
How did Herman Cain die?
|Cause of death||Covid-19|
|Age of death||74 years|
|Birthday||December 13, 1945|
|Death date||July 30, 2020|
|Place of death||Atlanta, Georgia, United States|
|Place of burial||N/A|
"Spending time at the Federal Reserve was a good learning opportunity for me. It helped me to understand economic philosophies and polices that I had not previously known about."Herman Cain
"We need to lower tax rates for everybody, starting with the top corporate tax rate. We need to simplify the tax code. The ultimate answer, in my opinion, is the fair tax, which is a fair tax for everybody, because as long as we still have this messed-up tax code, the politicians are going to use it to reward winners and losers."Herman Cain
"The only tactic liberals have is to try to intimidate people into thinking that the Tea Party is racist. The Tea Party is not a racist movement, period! If it were, why would the straw polls keep showing that the black guy is winning? That's a rhetorical question. Let me state it: The black guy keeps winning."Herman Cain
"The one thing that the President can do is to establish a real energy independence plan. We have all the recources we need right here in this country to establish energy independence if we had the leadership."Herman Cain
"The endorsement process is an evolution. What you try to do is you endorse someone that you believe in and their ideas and their solutions align with yours."Herman Cain