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To: Steelfish
IMHO discussion of Herman Cain's private life - it is truly his private life - is NOISE. This stuff tells us nothing we don't know about matters of legitimate public interest. It is all "she said, he said" stuff, and even were it true, which I doubt, it doesn't rise to the tenth part of what the US Senate knew to be true of Bill Clinton - and we all know how that turned out. In the meantime, every bit of ink and air/channel time devoted to this stuff is that much less we actually know about matters which actually affect the public interest.

If Mr. Cain withdraws because of this stuff, and even if he doesn't, there should be an investigation into the stirring of this pot, and the people - Axelrod/Obama being the prime suspects - who are behind it should be publicly humiliated (taking it as given that the investigation couldn't be conducted before Obama leaves office).

The people we know are in on it are the broadcasters and writers who are the conduits of this stuff to the public. They should all be ashamed. But then, we know that such people are in fact shameless. Every man jack of them.

12 posted on 12/02/2011 2:07:06 PM PST by conservatism_IS_compassion (DRAFT PALIN)
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To: conservatism_IS_compassion

The LA Times author of this piece is a noted feminist and liberal. Why don’t they have full disclosure for journalists?


13 posted on 12/02/2011 2:10:39 PM PST by Steelfish (ui)
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