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To: i88schwartz

Lawrence could stand to miss a few meals....

He may also be missing the point that the association isn’t doing Cain any favors, by withholding the details of the settlement that could clear up this issue, in Cain’s favor.


12 posted on 11/04/2011 8:45:32 AM PDT by G Larry (I dream of a day when a man is judged by the content of his character)
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To: G Larry

Then he’ll accuse the NRA of releasing false information. You can’t win with these guys. I say we should occupy O’Donnell’s house. Anyone know where he lives?


22 posted on 11/04/2011 8:48:27 AM PDT by Terry Mross (Where is the OPPOSITION party? I'll only vote for a SECOND party.)
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To: G Larry

Do you realize you just played right into the Leftist theater of the absurd that Larry is flacking here?

Nothing real or reliable can be accomplished by either the NRA or the women waiving the confidentiality agreements at this point.

There’s a reason the law has statutes of limitations: it recognizes that after a certain amount of time has passed the testimony of witnesses becomes unreliable and subject to corruption.

Are we not smart enought, or politically savvy enough, to realize the same principle applies here?

Complaints were made against Herman Cain. They were investigated and closed as unsubstantiated. Mr. Cain was exonerated. The accusers were terminated, given the usual severance pay and they entered into the usual confidentiality agreements. They declined to try to take their accusations to court or to appeal them through the EEOC or, if applicable, their union.

END OF DISCUSSION.

If you were given a citation for DUI 15 years ago, but the judge dismissed it for lack of evidence before it even went to trial, then the cop who issued you the citation was terminated, given the usual severance pay and entered into a confidentiality agreement — would you agree that there was a reasonable basis to question whether or not you actually engaged in DUI, as the cop initially cited you for?

I don’t, and I don’t see anything left unanswered in the situation about the complaints made against Herman Cain, either.

Wanting this case re-opened, as Larry O’Donnell does, is just a way to Jerry Springer-ize the nominating process. Again, absolutely NOTHING real or reliable could come out of allowing people to say whatever they want to say, which all would be impossible to corroborate or refute at this point.

And we are trying to determine our presidential nominee. Doesn’t it seem suspicious to you that so many instead want to sit around and go all “celebrity crime mentality” on this?

Please, people. go back to mulling how the Casey Anthony or Amanda Knox case should have been done if superior human beings had been in charge.


53 posted on 11/04/2011 9:14:56 AM PDT by fightinJAG (NO REPRESENTATION WITHOUT TAXATION! Everyone should pay taxes, everyone should pay the same rate.)
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