Cain to Press 9-9-9 to Congress With Bus Tour

Thursday, 05 Jan 2012 11:56 AM

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Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain may have dropped out of the race, but he’s still pushing his 9-9-9 tax plan. He told Fox News that he will take a bus tour to promote the plan, which includes a 9 percent personal income tax, a 9 percent corporate income tax, and a 9 percent national sales tax.

Cain hopes to spark support for the idea in Congress with his bus tour. He didn’t say when it will begin.

“I started a new movement,” Cain said. “The biggest comment I got when I ended my candidacy was to keep 9-9-9 alive. That’s what this is about, and I’m going to keep it alive with what I’m calling Cain’s Solutions Revolution.”

Cain beamed when Fox commentator Sean Hannity unveiled an image of a campaign-style bus with Cain’s picture on it that will power the tour.

The retired businessmen said he will support whoever wins the GOP nomination, but he’s unwilling to endorse anyone yet.

“I will support the Republican nominee,” Cain said. “Yes, there are some I would prefer over others, just like you. But I will not allow Barack Obama to have a cakewalk back into the White House. That’s what this whole solutions revolution is all about.”

Video of Cain’s interview with Sean Hannity:


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