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I'm listening to CNN as Hermie Cain tells "Blitz" that another woman is coming forward with allegations, this time of a 13-year long affair. Here is her photo and the article from WAGA TV. Blitzer is reporting that the woman claims she has records to back up her story.
Cain denies the allegation, but says he did know her for 13 years and was just "trying to help a friend." There was no sex, "none," he said.
How many accusers does that make now, 999?
"There are probably an INFINITE number of people who could come forward... So far all are all baseless." I guess my 999 estimate wasn't far off.
"Someone's awfully afraid I'm doing too well..." says the guy whose approvals dropped what, 10 points?
He also said, "I'm running for president for the grandkids." to which I have to ask, couldn't he just give them birthday money instead?
"If it's tough on my family, I'd have to consider that at the time..." he said, responding to a question on whether he'll stay in the race. Well, expect him to drop then. He just offered the rationale.
"We're gonna handle it detail by detail, accusation by accusation through my attorney..." He gets so many accusations, he needs a plan? Well, if that doesn't make a great candidate, nothing does... Hey, at least he's a planner.
In fact, I'm fairly certain he has plans to use all this for his next book.
Ginny Thomas, conservative DC activist and founder of Liberty Central-- which isn't too fond of what Ginny calls the leftist “tyranny” of the Obama administration and Congressional Democrats-- made a phone call.
Liberty Central pays Ginny, by the way. And Liberty Central also accepts large donations from undisclosed sources. But I digress...
This was no ordinary phone call, mind you. This was rather eye-opening.
Mrs. Clarence Thomas called Anita Hill, a former aide to Ginny's husband. Hill had claimed that Ginny's husband "repeatedly made inappropriate sexual comments in the workplace and described several in lurid detail." Of course, then-pre-SCOTUS justice Thomas denied everything and called her accusations a “a high-tech lynching.”
Ginny accused Anita of having a thing for her husband, to which Anita scoffed heartily at the very thought of ANYone having a thing for ol' Clarence.
While Ms. Thomas described the call as an attempt to reach out, the university appeared to be taking the matter more seriously.
Andrew Gully, senior vice president of the Brandeis University communications office, confirmed that Ms. Hill had received the message and that she had turned it over to the campus department of public safety. That office, in turn, passed it on to the F.B.I.
ABC News quoted from the voicemail:
“Good morning, Anita Hill, it's Ginny Thomas,” it quoted from the voicemail. “I just wanted to reach across the airwaves and the years and ask you to consider something. I would love you to consider an apology sometime and some full explanation of why you did what you did with my husband. So give it some thought and certainly pray about this and come to understand why you did what you did. Okay have a good day.”
Have a good day!
Stay tuned. I smell a sequel.
Not only is President Barack Black Hussein Muslim Obama, the Black Muslim president who is black and Muslim, declaring War on Christmas, he's picking on Charlie Brown specifically! What a dog. What a cur. What a... joke:
The mayor of a suburban Memphis city accused President Barack Obama of deliberately timing his speech about the war in Afghanistan this week to block the airing of the "Peanuts" Christmas television special.
Then, following in Barbie McLipSchmutz's footsteps, he posted on his Facebook page. You think he has a ghost blogger, too?
"We sit the kids down to watch 'The Charlie Brown Christmas Special' and our muslim president is there, what a load. ... Try to convince me that wasn't done on purpose," he wrote, according to the newspaper.
He's right about one thing: What a load.
Doug Hoffman, Conservative candidate who almost made it all the way into Congress from New York's 23rd district, has now officiailly re-conceded the race to now-Rep. Bill Owens (D-NY).
I guess ACORN and the Democratic party didn't destroy America by stealing the election after all.
On to the next accusation...
With his prospect of winning the NY-23 special election "now almost zero," Doug Hoffman (C) suggested in a letter that "ACORN, the unions and the Democratic Party" had "tampered" with results to deny him victory, the Watertown Daily Times reports.
Hoffman also claims he was "forced to concede" on election night.
With 42.6% of the absentee ballots counted, Hoffman still trails Rep. Bill Owens (D) by 2,832 votes.
So he conceded that he un-conceded his original concession and wants to re-concede the un-concession of his concession.
By the time we figure all that out, it'll be time for him to concede again.
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