Herman Cain, the businessman who has recently vaulted to the top ranks of Republican presidential contenders, has been blasting the Occupy Wall Street protesters as "un-American" people who are just jealous that they aren't rich like the bankers they're criticizing. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal last week, Mr. Cain said that although he didn't "have the facts to back this up," he believed the protests were an organized plot to "distract from the failed policies of the Obama administration." On CBS' Face the Nation on Sunday, he said that "to be angry at somebody because they're successful is anti-American," as is any protest of bankers and Wall Street. "Why be mad that you don't have a job at the bankers and Wall Street? They're the ones who create the jobs."