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Monday, October 31, 2011

Unnanmed sourrces by lamestream media attack Cain

HERE we go again.  A conservative black American who won't stay on the liberal defined "plantation" is under attack for "sexual harassment" by the lefty media outlets.  Of course this phony allegation was made by two women staffers at the National Restaurant Association in the mid 11990's , who by the way signed non-disclosure statements.  Liberals always lie don't they?  Liberals always break their promises don't they? Bill Clinton is probably laughing his ass off because the media came to his defense when that plethora of self outed women he harassed spoke up.  Remember democrat James Carville saying you are gonna get what you want by dragging a hundred bill through a trailer park?

Cain has stated as late as a hour ago on national TV that these allegations are totally baseless and I believe him.  Cain is a threat to the race hustlers of America they have to take him out, politically speaking, by using the age old lie of sexual harassment.  Even if the Restaurant Association settled with these two women it is not unusual for a insurance company to do a settlement since a court case may cost them a lot more.  We see that insurance technique every day.  They settle things they could win all the time but don't and then pay money for a non-disclosure agreement.  Well, when a liberal or a NOW babe is involved, the agreements are no good.  Remember Clarence Thomas?  He said the media was attempting a "high tech lynching" of him.  I and many other fair minded Americans agreed with him.

Now we have another off the plantation, "uppity" black man in the view of the liberals and other race hustlers.  They are scared to death this man Cain, some now call him the "hurri-cane_" will blow their free ride on the rest of America and prove a minority can actually make it big here.  The entitlement scofflaws will not allow a Cain to prove them wrong and wreck their gravy train. 

Cain will proceed on and the attempts by the left to damage him will fail.  We are fed up with these sleaze tactics in America.  Sure, many are voyeurs and read every little story but the people with brains will toss the allegations into the trash bin.  When Clinton was accused I recall the media circling the wagon's in his defense and actually going after the women.  NOW supported Clinton over the sexually harassed women and I think that affected the organization so badly they have become fairly irrelevant these days.  So all you liars on the left, in and out of the lamestream media, keep tossing these lies out there and become even more hated by the American people.  You just don't learn.  I have yet to announce who I will be supporting for the Republican party, I am simply in to fairness and see  none in the lamestream media.  You are disgusting.

30 comments:

  1. Cain's campaign was over some time ago, and this scandal and denials just solidify things. On just one small issue- can you imagine Cain appealing to the massive Latino sector? LOL. Were you kidding Herm about the electric fence: Yes= problem (its not funny). No=problem (advocating electrocution of human beings).

    Romney is going to be the Repub nominee, kinda by default with the Republican circus act (cue the circus music..). Oh boy what a crew.

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  2. Obama is the clown with two faces so I am not that concerned about the American people booting him out. I can support any f the candidates, all who are more qualified to be a leader than the O. So, the liberal circus continues.

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  3. You will have better results if you concentrate your efforts on your customer base when peddling your attempted deception, Jr.!

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  4. Not a single Independent or Democrat thinks the Obama, Reid and Pelosi team are without leadership flaws, some of them major. But the nation is finally starting to focus on what has really happened since Ronnie the Cowboy rode into town, and its not good. More and more people have cut through the Tea Party distractions thanks to OWS. The majority have woken up to the facts of the massive and destructive influence of money to power and the unsustainable concentration of wealth, tax advantages, and the generally rigged system for the majority of people. Obama had nothing to do with that and thats why his re-election is still in good shape.

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  5. Self delusion is treatable Hank. Obama is toast and any of the R's in the race can beat him. He is incompetent and proves it every day. Reagan was a very good President and America enjoyed 20 years of prosperity under his economic strategy. You just have bad facts Hank. Try harder.

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  6. Time will tell Todd. 2008/2010/2012 all different ballgames. Totally different years, voting patterns, turnout, candidates and issues.

    Any Repub can beat him? LOL. Oh yeah, lets see- Ricky Santorum as President with his "Take off the Military Shackles"/Kill evil foreigners/Win The Afghan War/Become Good Killing Christians themes. Oh Yes. All certified loony toons, with the possible exception of the Flip Flopper Mitt, a guy absolutely no one likes or understands where he stands today.

    Oh, and that faux economic prosperity you thought existed for 20 years (you meant 30)- existed only for the educated, the manipulators, the Wall Street crowd, and all the industries built on said illusions. We are left with wealth disparity of unsustainable proportions. OWS will be a huge campaign issue for the 99%.

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  7. Hank, you really can't be serious? Let us look at illegal immigration regarding the economy. We generated so much money since 1980 or so, that our country attracted 20 million people who came here without papers to do the jobs created in our economy. They were paid billions in wages which they spent here and their homelands. Now this is considered by the left the underclass. Where would these folks have gotten those billions if they had not become (underground mostly) a part of our economy. How is it the economy could possibly generate the new dollars to even pay these people? No, you can belittle the Reagan strategy all you want but it produced trillions of dollars shared bu millions. Also, if the economy was crap as you intimate and weighted towards the rich, how did all those hundreds of thousands of regular folks become millionaires during that time frame? How could we have generated a 14 trillion dollar economy (70% consumer buying)? You can't make a sows ear out of a silk purse Hank.

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  8. We generated that economy on paper, via debt instruments. A new mall every year, in every suburb. All built with debt, with future paper promises. Poof.

    If the prosperity isn't sustainable, isn't built on a basis of sustainability (and by virtue of banking, tax, fiscal and monetary policies of our country and institutions), it wasn't a real prosperity. Yes indeed, all built on fragile debt- government and private debt. Like thin glass. With most people back to square one (or worse) with their family and personal balance sheet. Yeah, the minority made out like bandits; bandits that Rockefeller and Robber Barons would be proud of. The middle class was totally, completely snookered by Reaganomics. There are virtually no more pensions today in America. 401ks don't cut it for most. There is no loyalty shown to, or from, an employer. I submit all due to the misguided policies begun under Reagan. Sorry Todd, but your description of Trickle Down has been thoroughly debunked.

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  9. Well it seems Cain could not keep his story straight. Just hours after saying "I know nothing" he goes on Fox and it comes out he lied about that... he did know about the sexual harassment claim and the pay off! Cain even said on Fox that it was three months of pay for one of the woman... opps!

    That Fox interview is all one needs to see and listen to to know what Cain is really about. And this is the guy the Tea Party has been backing? Yikes!

    So the latest Tea Party candidate is now toast. Will the Tea Party clan now run back to Perry?

    ATLANTA (AP) — Presidential candidate Herman Cain says he never changed his story about sexual harassment allegations against him in the 1990s.

    In a Tuesday interview, Cain told Headline News that he didn't contradict himself when he said a day earlier that he was unaware of a settlement between a woman and the National Restaurant Association, where he worked at the time, over allegations against Cain. He said he was aware of an agreement, but not a settlement.

    Cain says -- quote -- "So it looked like I had changed my story. I didn't change my story."

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  10. Yeah, those sex allegations. Never very much fun to discuss, just ask Clinton.

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  11. Cain is toast… the ever changing story from Cain and the lies that cam eout on his Fox News interview are what sunk Cain on this one vs. the original sexual harassment claims he first said he knew nothing about.

    Of course Cain and his team knew about these past sexual harassment claim(s) and the settlement.

    So will the Tea Party clan now run back to Perry?

    Todd, are you still a Cain supporter now?

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  12. Cain is not toast because he has clarifed his comments and all is well. I have never said I was supporting any candidate yet so you are making stuff up as you always do.

    The left is now getting what they have dished out against Republicans and they don't like it very nuh. Their talking heads are apoplectic about this racial conundrum they have put themselves in. I think it is great!

    So, Cain is not toast and as you democrats said a million times, if it was only about sex what is the big deal. I love it when you libs mount yourselves on your own petard.

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  13. Cais is clearly toast. Gotta love it. The Cain supporters, fragile to begin with, going to Rambling Rick Perry. Ah yes. Just have a gander at his infamous 25 minute drunken speech over the weekend in NH. Oh my god- this man is a leader of a major US state? He sounds like some crazed tipsy uncle you might see at Thanksgiving.

    LOONY TUNES. Cue the circus music please!

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  14. Hey Todd. OWS 1, BofA 0. No $5 debit fee, largely due to Occupy Movement.

    Its not going away Todd. You'll see great people like Ben Emery running all over America in 2012.

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  15. BenE and his olk running? For what, cover? The 5 buck fee was millions of B of A customers complaining not the 200 OWS scofflaws. You people just make it up. Cain is not toast, he has clarified the incident from 16 years ago. You probably were one of those that defensed Billy Clinton in his sexcapades weren't you? Now you liberals consider him a great man!

    The left is on the run and are desperate. This is great!

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  16. Sorry Todd. Analogy Failure. No one defended Clinton the man and his escapades. What reasonable people were defending against was the irrational loony attacks from the far right machine of the time. Everyone was disgusted by the guy's personal actions. It just wasn't grounds for trying to remove a sitting President and causing a Constitutional crisis.

    Herman Cain should have been prepared to deal with the inevitable scandal that was lurking. He knows the intimate details of what happened, but he and his team lied initially, then did the soft shoe dance the last 2 days. Trying to remember the details? LOL. A total joke.

    NEXT Candidate.

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  17. Since yu apparently never watched the process of the left defending Clinton on every show on the air during the time you are not qualified to tell me anything about the media's defense of him. I watched and listened the whole time. I also watched and listened to the liberals calling Kenneth Starr some sort of a pervert. A well respected judge. No, hank, you are simply wrong and you make things up from whole cloth. Cain is fine, Hillary is now more popular then Obama and I might guess she will bow in and him out. That is the most likely scenario on the left.

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  18. OK, Todd, I will have to call you on your claim. Please cite a documented source of a legitimate public figure who defended Clinton THE MAN, and/or Clinton's ACTIONS- as regards the Lewinsky affair. Please find that and post it here. I watched the proceedings as well in 1998-99, all the nasty, disgusting proceedings.

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  19. Ypu find it. I watched and listened to them for all those months defensing Clinton abusing his help in the oval office.

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  20. Jr., I for one am not falling for your disingenuous challenge. This the kind of slippery dishonest tricks you liberals always try. You guys can't even have a dialog without cheating and basically being slimy. Todd never mentioned "legitimate public figure". In fact you have now agreed that hence forth the entire main stream media is illegitimate. Or are you incapable of that type of deduction? You are pathetic to the point I feel I am compromising my integrity by even addressing you but I have to call you out on it.

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  21. No Bob, I asked Todd to cite a source of his claim that the "media" supported Clinton's actions with Lewinsky. He declined. OK, great, but it certainly appears his point is invalid.
    Todd, if you simply name someone in the media who supported Clinton's actions with Lewinsky- I can look it up for you and check it out.

    Hey Bob, you really don't have to do anything or respond to anything. No one is talking to you.

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  22. Same trick Jr. Still doesn't stand scrutiny. You will be the last person I take advise from.

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  23. Hank, google man. I sat through hours of Clinton's apologists as did you. You are being disingenuous.

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  24. Oh, I almost forgot. Alan Colmes, FOX.

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  25. No disingenous here. But hey, give you credit for coming up with that one Todd. It is possible that Alan Colmes did say something positive once or twice for effect on his show. Will check it out. The guy was probably jealous of Bill, or likely was told by Ailes to find something to counter that insufferable colleague of his, and to add some schtick. Fox is all about the pop culture of politics.

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  26. You are in a self imposed box of denial and mantra. Open your mind and expand your horizons. Life can be a hoot!

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  27. You disagree with me. What a surprise! But denial Todd?? I can guarantee I've seen more of the diverse world, lived and experienced many more interesting things, and been a part of many more open-minded encounters than you'll ever know.

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  28. Thats good. I never got much out of my brief MJ experimentation either back in the day. Have had many more revelations through good wine.

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  29. So go ahead and tell us who funded your diverse world, interesting living / experiences and open-minded encounters, Jr! Was it maybe Hank Sr.?

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Real name thank you.