Claim Chowder is Served: Nein!-Nein!-Nein!, Continued!

Dick pill salesman Herman Cain

Black Walnut’s (his nickname, not mine!) march to the Fed based on a career of determining the optimum price of 3-topping pizza, seems to have run into a few bumps in the home delivery:

Axios fills in some blanks:


“Cain’s potential nomination to the Fed already faced pushback from Republican senators due to sexual assault allegations, which he has previously denied. He told the Wall Street Journal last week, “I don’t quit because of negative criticism. … I don’t quit because of negative attacks. And I don’t quit because several senators have expressed reservations about my qualifications.”


“I quit because, uh, REASONS!,” Cain didn’t say. “You want extra cheese on that?”

UPDATE 1: As long as we’re talking ’bout Fed nominees… CNN


“One of President Donald Trump’s picks to serve on the Federal Reserve Board has written that women should be banned from refereeing, announcing or beer vending at men’s college basketball games, asking if there was any area in life ‘where men can take vacation from women.’

“Stephen Moore, an economic commentator and former Trump campaign adviser, made those and similar comments in several columns reviewed by CNN’s KFile that were published on the website of the conservative National Review magazine in 2001, twice in 2002 and 2003. … Moore told CNN’s KFile in an email, ‘This was a spoof. I have a sense of humor.’”


Uh-huh.

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7 Responses to Claim Chowder is Served: Nein!-Nein!-Nein!, Continued!

  1. Just so long as the R’s don’t split the baby and confirm Stephen Less, er Moore to the Fed now.

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  2. Pyed says:

    Forget the Fed, Herman, go back to Feeding the nation bad pizza.

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  3. donnah says:

    Yeah, Cain was the distraction, a shiny object that would draw attention away from Moore, who is a total fail. Cain gets the publicity and then withdraws, Moore gets in. And he’s a moron!

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    • Astamari says:

      Moore is a professional troll. He knows he is not a serious policymaker and he’s not even an economist never finance and banking expert. I hope that the GOP senate gives him the boot because if he gets on the Fed, all the other Board members are just going to ignore anything he says or writes.

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      • Dennis Cole says:

        Every organization needs a “space-filler,” so now the Fed gets Moore-is-less. And I’m wagering a substantial number of Quatloos that approximately 80% of likely American voters will ignore him besides, as well.

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  4. Bruce388 says:

    Moore says he has a sense of humor. He’s not totally wrong. He tends to amuse himself whenever he’s on a TV panel. Nobody else seems to get the joke.

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