“You don’t have to go far to find confirmation of what the Democrat’s stand for,” Herman Cain said just before finding confirmation in the person of (D-N.Y.) Sen. Chuck Schumer:
“These are the people who say ‘I created my business all by myself, how dare your government tell me what to do with it? I made all my money by myself, how dare your government try to take it away in taxes? To them, government truly is the enemy.”
Schumer was commenting on the Tea Party.
In response, Herman Cain makes an appeal to the Founders’ vision of “limited government, spending within its means” and says that Schumer, and those who think like him, are in denial about the government being too big.
The latter point is all but confirmed when Schumer asserts that the average Tea Party member likes government run Medicare, highways, and support for education.