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November 7, 2011
23:24 // 2 years ago
"Mr. Cain has never harassed anyone."
Team Cain triples down: “All allegations of harassment against Mr. Cain are completely false. Mr. Cain has never harassed anyone.” That’s the campaign’s official statement on the latest harassment allegations, and it’s a notably firm denial. There’s very little wriggle room; if, say, some sort of evidence were to come out against Cain, he’d have a hard time coming off as anything but a bold-faced liar. This would seem to imply that Cain is confident no hard evidence will surface—a confidence that, in itself, doesn’t imply innocence or guilt. The statement also inexplicably patted Cain on the back for his “clear foreign policy vision,” perhaps in an attempt to divert media attention to another, less salacious Herman Cain controversy. (Picture credit: Gage Skidmore)  source
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Team Cain triples down: “All allegations of harassment against Mr. Cain are completely false. Mr. Cain has never harassed anyone.” That’s the campaign’s official statement on the latest harassment allegations, and it’s a notably firm denial. There’s very little wriggle room; if, say, some sort of evidence were to come out against Cain, he’d have a hard time coming off as anything but a bold-faced liar. This would seem to imply that Cain is confident no hard evidence will surface—a confidence that, in itself, doesn’t imply innocence or guilt. The statement also inexplicably patted Cain on the back for his “clear foreign policy vision,” perhaps in an attempt to divert media attention to another, less salacious Herman Cain controversy. (Picture credit: Gage Skidmore)  source

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15:06 // 2 years ago
brooklynmutt:

via @BenjySarlin

Quick to the draw, a campaign slogan nobody wants to be associated with.

brooklynmutt:

via @BenjySarlin

Quick to the draw, a campaign slogan nobody wants to be associated with.

14:52 // 2 years ago
He pulled my head towards his crotch… I said, ‘I have a boyfriend.’ He said, ‘You want a job, right?
Sharon Bialek, on Herman Cain • Bialek is fourth former Restaurant Association Employee to accuse Cain of sexual harassment—and the first to come forward publicly. For now, we’ll treat these accusations as just that—accusations. Also notable: Bialek is being represented by celebrity attorney Gloria Allred, who’s previously taken on Tiger Woods and Meg Whitman, amongst many others.  source (viafollow)
14:35 // 2 years ago
Damn, today is a banner day for scandal-laden news. (We’re in disbelief that “BREAKING: Woman: Cain reached under skirt for her genitals, pulled her head toward his crotch”  is a news alert.) Here’s the Cain accuser, who is suggesting far more than sexual harassment. Here’s the Conrad Murray story.

Damn, today is a banner day for scandal-laden news. (We’re in disbelief that “BREAKING: Woman: Cain reached under skirt for her genitals, pulled her head toward his crotch”  is a news alert.) Here’s the Cain accuser, who is suggesting far more than sexual harassment. Here’s the Conrad Murray story.

14:15 // 2 years ago
Herman Cain looks the same, give or take a few pizzas. 

Herman Cain looks the same, give or take a few pizzas. 

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13:28 // 2 years ago
November 6, 2011
9:31 // 2 years ago
Ron Paul wins another straw poll; Herman Cain right behind: Despite a scandal that chewed up much press energy this week, Herman Cain was only two points behind Ron Paul in a Republican straw poll in Illinois. But Paul still kicked his butt. source Follow ShortFormBlog

Ron Paul wins another straw poll; Herman Cain right behind: Despite a scandal that chewed up much press energy this week, Herman Cain was only two points behind Ron Paul in a Republican straw poll in Illinois. But Paul still kicked his butt. source

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9:29 // 2 years ago
November 4, 2011
11:52 // 2 years ago
joshsternberg:

yahoopolitics:

Chris Moody, enterprising reporter

Journalist-Source relationship in 2011. Sponsored by Apple. 

The 2012 presidential campaign: Where no encounter is too absurd.

joshsternberg:

yahoopolitics:

Chris Moody, enterprising reporter

Journalist-Source relationship in 2011. Sponsored by Apple. 

The 2012 presidential campaign: Where no encounter is too absurd.

(via joshsternberg)

11:43 // 2 years ago