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The Latest High Tech Lynching of a Conservative Black American

And this is why I was so furious this week that I donated $1000 to Herman Cain’s campaign. This political fascism from the Left has got to come to an end.

I will crawl over broken glass to vote for Mr. Cain during the first-in-the-South GOP Primary on January 21.

-Bruce (GayPatriot)

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  1. And here’s the so-called “unbiased” Washington Post gushing over how Cain “had it coming”.

    Disgusting. The Barack Obama Party and its media puppets are nothing more than lying filth who are out to lynch anyone and anything that dares threaten their Mocha Messiah, no matter what they have to do it.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 4, 2011 @ 12:00 pm - November 4, 2011

  2. Seems to me that this is a case of Conservatives looking at the content of, Mr.Cain’s character and progressive democrats looking at the color of, Mr.Cain’s skin.

    Comment by Richard Bell — November 4, 2011 @ 12:59 pm - November 4, 2011

  3. Bruce, do you honestly think that this is a “high tech lynching” solely from the left? I’m not saying that MSM has no responsibility on this. But this news coming out now does not benefit Obama at all. Republicans are the ones who are going to decide whether Cain is the Republican nominee. By that point, this story will be ancient history.

    Comment by Pat — November 4, 2011 @ 1:06 pm - November 4, 2011

  4. But this news coming out now does not benefit Obama at all.

    Doesn’t it? Eliminate the other black guy so SCOAMF doesn’t have to run against or debate him or defend himself.

    Comment by TGC — November 4, 2011 @ 1:25 pm - November 4, 2011

  5. Bruce, do you honestly think that this is a “high tech lynching” solely from the left? I’m not saying that MSM has no responsibility on this. But this news coming out now does not benefit Obama at all.

    Really? What is the media talking about — these allegations against Cain or the fact that one of Barack Obama’s primary donors, the person Barack Obama called his Wall Street go-to guy, personally subverted the regulatory process to benefit his firm and himself?

    Or how about Solyndra and the fact that the House has had to subpoena the White House to get information on why Barack Obama and Joe Biden subverted the review process to ensure that this company, stuffed to the gills with Obama donors as investors, got a half-BILLION dollar Federal kickback while paying the type of lavish bonuses that Obama screams about?

    Or perhaps why Barack Obama ordered the Justice Department to force gun shops and dealers to ignore the law and sell thousands of guns to Mexican drug cartels?

    Obama is in meltdown, and he is taking the entire screaming media complex with him, including all the Journolist whores at the WaPo and Politico who sold themselves and any shred of ethics they ever had to get him elected. Either they destroy anyone who makes him look bad, or they die as an institution.

    THAT’S why they are lynching Cain.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 4, 2011 @ 1:38 pm - November 4, 2011

  6. Pat,

    Perhaps Cain is guilty of “harassment.” Perhaps the media is suddenly committing random acts of responsible journalism and perhaps, in the future, the media will look into similar foibles of such future Democrat candidates with the overlooked problems of Clinton, Edwards, Gore, Kerry, Obama, etc.

    That said, there is no knowing whether the right has dredged up this mess or not. There is, however, no doubt that the left wing media has been more than enthusiastic in carrying the high tech lynching over and over, and making certain that every possible nuance has been stretched as far as they can drag it out.

    Obama is half black, full liberal and a demagogue. Cain is full black, an authentic American rags to riches story, conservative and a straight talker who tells it like it is.

    Obama has plenty to be worried about vis a vis Herman Cain. First and foremost, he loses his race card pity party fall back.

    Overblown charges based on innuendo never become ancient history. I suggest you consider the case of Clarence Thomas. Conservatives who shuffle their feet in a public bathroom stall or call a hooker or have two divorces or are accused of harassment get pounded into sand. Democrats can drown young girls, have serial affairs, play sex games in the Oval Office, lie on the income tax, create Tawana Brawley scandals and more and worse and they get a smattering of disapproval and a pass.

    You figure it out.

    Comment by Heliotrope — November 4, 2011 @ 2:26 pm - November 4, 2011

  7. A woman I worked with claimed I tried to get her to go out for drinks and get her back to my hotel room while we were both working at a remote site. HR was ready to settle with her, as it had done with the two previous managers she had accused of this, until I explained why her allegations were… um… not credible.

    I am really skeptical of the harassment claims, but I have some other concerns about Cain. I’m concerned that to the great mass of idiot voters, the 9-9-9 plan just looks like a new giant sales tax. He seems to be caught off-guard by things he should have anticipated… like the sexual harassment story, like being asked for a coherent position on abortion, or on the Palestinian right-of-return.

    I don’t really have a candidate but then my vote doesn’t count anyway.

    Comment by V the K — November 4, 2011 @ 2:37 pm - November 4, 2011

  8. Doesn’t it? Eliminate the other black guy so SCOAMF doesn’t have to run against or debate him or defend himself.

    TGC, I would agree with you if Cain was the nominee and this happened shortly before a debate between Cain and Obama. Obama is going to have to debate someone unless the Republican nominee ends up being “None of the Above.”

    NDT, I get that you have absolute hatred against Obama. But that wasn’t my point. So, ignoring the irrelevant points, it seems that you are saying a) Democrats and Obama are the only ones responsible for this and b) the timing of these allegations only help Obama.

    Perhaps Cain is guilty of “harassment.”

    Perhaps, Heliotrope, but I doubt it as well. I haven’t seen any credible evidence yet.

    Overblown charges based on innuendo never become ancient history. I suggest you consider the case of Clarence Thomas.

    Not necessary. I have always believed, and even stated on this blog that I had two possible conclusions. 1) Anita Hill only lied. 2) Both Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas lied; regarding the three ring circus proceeding that occurred.

    Perhaps the media is suddenly committing random acts of responsible journalism

    I doubt that. Journalists are only interested in ratings, selling newspapers, getting Internet hits, etc. Responsible journalism, nah.

    That said, there is no knowing whether the right has dredged up this mess or not.

    Maybe not, but I thought that Cain and/or his campaign all but accused the Perry and Romney campaigns of this.

    Obama has plenty to be worried about vis a vis Herman Cain. First and foremost, he loses his race card pity party fall back.

    I’m not so sure about this. I think Obama is more worried about facing Romney than Cain.

    Conservatives who shuffle their feet in a public bathroom stall or call a hooker or have two divorces or are accused of harassment get pounded into sand. Democrats can drown young girls, have serial affairs, play sex games in the Oval Office, lie on the income tax, create Tawana Brawley scandals and more and worse and they get a smattering of disapproval and a pass. You figure it out.

    I guess it depends who’s giving the pass. I certainly didn’t regarding all the situations you presented. We hear that the majority of Americans are conservative or lean conservative. Are they buying into the bias as well? If so, why? So, no, I can’t quite figure it out.

    7.A woman I worked with claimed I tried to get her to go out for drinks and get her back to my hotel room while we were both working at a remote site. HR was ready to settle with her, as it had done with the two previous managers she had accused of this, until I explained why her allegations were… um… not credible.

    V the K, I would loved to have been a fly on the wall when that piece of trash was finally caught. Did she serve time for her crimes? If not, she should have.

    One of the reasons I have doubts of the allegations is that these women accepted a five figure settlement for the alleged harassment. It seems like they were more interested in getting some cash than seeing that justice was done.

    Comment by Pat — November 4, 2011 @ 3:28 pm - November 4, 2011

  9. There is guy named Dease with a “conservative” radio talk show in Oklahoma. He claimed to be a Huckabee fan in 2008 and ended up voting for Obama because he felt Obama was more conservative than McCain.

    He has accused Cain of causing his female staff to be distressed. Here is the “inside” story from the Des Moines Register:

    http://caucuses.desmoinesregister.com/2011/11/02/iowa-radio-host-calls-herman-cains-behavior-awkward-if-not-inappropriate/

    Comment by Heliotrope — November 4, 2011 @ 3:33 pm - November 4, 2011

  10. As far as I’m concerned, this is the last thing I read about the unsubstantiated accusations against Howard Cain. If anyone on the news says the words “Cain” and “sexual harassment” again, I’ll switch to another channel.

    Here’s how the Dems generate a scandal: On the first day, they have one person pop up with no evidence but a harsh accusation. On the second day, they find another person who can’t or won’t put forward a claim in person. On the third day, a third person is said to be considering leveling accusations. At that point, you have a three-day story, which is nothing short of a scandal in the eyes of the liberal media. If they’d all come forth on one day, the story would have faded into oblivion. It takes a lot of planning and effort to create a full-blown scandal. And that’s what we’re seeing now.

    Comment by Dottie Laird — November 4, 2011 @ 3:35 pm - November 4, 2011

  11. Question: Why are all of these accusations coming from Cain’s tenure at the National Restaurant Association? Why aren’t there any from when he was at the Federal Reserve, or at Godfather’s Pizza?

    Comment by V the K — November 4, 2011 @ 3:45 pm - November 4, 2011

  12. Answer: a) There aren’t allegations on record when Cain was at the Federal Reserve or Godfather’s Pizza. b) The Obama campaign and/or MSM is waiting until (and if) Cain gets the nomination.

    Comment by Pat — November 4, 2011 @ 4:01 pm - November 4, 2011

  13. V, here is my current guess (and yes it is only a guess). Cain, like many, didn’t know everything when he was young! He didn’t do everything perfectly! And he made the mistake of, as the British say, “getting his meat where he gets his bread”. The women concerned were (I’m guessing) perfectly willing to sleep with a rising executive, but then a couple of them came up with this “I was harassed” stuff when he displeased them, and/or to make money. Cain learned his lesson, left the NRA and never did it again – which would explain why the allegations are all so old.

    Truth be told, nothing that Cain is alleged to have done (so far) is anything worse than what John F. Kennedy did all the time, and a good deal “less bad” than some of the stuff Clinton is accused of. All this brouhaha is of NO significance – unless it turns out that Cain is a liar-perjurer, like Clinton was. Once we get to the point (and I hope we do) where it is seen that Cain is not a liar, my interest goes to zero.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — November 4, 2011 @ 4:45 pm - November 4, 2011

  14. I feel bad for the straight guys who have to deal with this sh-t; all these women programmed by feminism to regard men as the enemy, ready to sue if you so much as look at them the wrong way.

    Another legacy of liberal “good intentions.” Sure, it’s wrong for a boss to tell a subordinate “Tits, or GTFO.” But then, liberal judges and lawyers got involved and the next thing you know, “Good Morning Susie, is that a new hairstyle?” because actionable.

    Comment by V the K — November 4, 2011 @ 6:07 pm - November 4, 2011

  15. The tragedy here is that–instead of being held up as role models for their race and as a shining example that black people can rise to the top of either political party–black conservatives like Cain, Clarence Thomas, Condi Rice, to name three–are ridiculed, attacked and scorned by the very people who, at the very least, should be respectful of their accomplishments.

    A black man is currently leading the field of republican candidates. How can this not be viewed as anything other than a victory for blacks and race relations in America?

    Comment by Naill — November 4, 2011 @ 7:30 pm - November 4, 2011

  16. A black man is currently leading the field of republican candidates. How can this not be viewed as anything other than a victory for blacks and race relations in America?

    Because that wasn’t the point of the Obama Party’s plantation. Black skin has always been about getting votes for white liberals, not improving race relations.

    The reason Cain is getting this type of attack this early and at this level of desperation and viciousness is because Cain strikes at the very taproot of Obama Party power — the undivided black vote that, without which, the Obama Party would be permanently at 40% nationally.

    Moreover, Cain is not owned by the white liberal Obama massas. Barack Obama would never have come anywhere close to the Presidency had white liberals not decided he was an apt cat’s-paw — amply steeped in their narrative, certain to do exactly what they wanted, and completely dependent on their spin to stay in power.

    Obama Party members have feared two things ever since their racist plantation ancestors first banded together — a slave revolt and having to go to work for a living. Cain represents both.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 4, 2011 @ 11:33 pm - November 4, 2011

  17. TGC, I would agree with you if Cain was the nominee and this happened shortly before a debate between Cain and Obama.

    So? You knock him off early and angle for the candidate you want to campaign against.

    Comment by TGC — November 5, 2011 @ 2:56 am - November 5, 2011

  18. Maybe so, TGC. But I don’t think Cain would be Obama’s toughest opponent. Further, as I stated above, Cain’s campaign believes to think this was orchestrated by Romney and/or Perry. Cain is not running against Obama now. He’s running against other candidates who have much more than Obama to gain with the allegations coming out now.

    Comment by Pat — November 5, 2011 @ 7:47 am - November 5, 2011

  19. 14.I feel bad for the straight guys who have to deal with this sh-t; all these women programmed by feminism to regard men as the enemy, ready to sue if you so much as look at them the wrong way.

    V the K, I also feel sorry for anyone falsely accused. Despite all this, I suspect that there is at least as many cases of sexual harassment (real sexual harassment, not, just looking at someone the wrong way, etc.) as there are false accusations of sexual harassment.

    Comment by Pat — November 5, 2011 @ 7:53 am - November 5, 2011

  20. I feel bad for the straight guys who have to deal with this sh-t

    Gays, too. At a company I worked for once, a lawsuit-happy, older, racial-minority and gay individual launched a sexual harassment case – after he was fired for embezzling. Fortunately, his embezzling, his history of lawsuits, and his strange timing made his evidence-free case look extra weak, and the judge dismissed it.

    I suspect that there is at least as many cases of sexual harassment (real sexual harassment, not, just looking at someone the wrong way, etc.) as there are false

    Your statement, Pat, implies mathematically that *perhaps as many as half* of all sexual harassment cases are false. Wonderful.

    Also, define “real sexual harassment”. If a superior demands sexual favors and/or turns nasty and retaliatory when they’re denied, it meets my definition of it. Except that you have to prove the superior really did those things; it can’t be just one person’s word/imagination.

    I suspect that a significant number of sexual harassment cases are imaginary in the sense that they are rationalization post-breakup; “Oh, my liason with this co-worker hasn’t worked out and I’m mad now… time to sue. I sure wish I’d never had sex with him… so he must have pressured me into it. Yeah, looking back, it *now* seems he did. My girlfriends are telling me now that he did.” Some people’s brains operate like that.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — November 5, 2011 @ 1:14 pm - November 5, 2011

  21. Thing is, even if you didn’t do anything, you still have to get dragged through all the crap and have to listen to a lecture about the evils of sexual harassment. I had to sign a form stating that I had had the lecture and it was placed in my file. My mom was the administrative secretary at the time. I was promised that she would know nothing about the kerfuffle.

    Guess who’s desk, with the reprimand clipped on top, my file wound up on.

    Nobody should have to have any of that happen to them just because they work with some vindictive bitch.

    Comment by TGC — November 5, 2011 @ 1:47 pm - November 5, 2011

  22. Your statement, Pat, implies mathematically that *perhaps as many as half* of all sexual harassment cases are false. Wonderful.

    ILC, my sense from this thread was that most of the commenters thought that there are more cases of false charges of harassment than there is actual harassment. And I also got the sense that most also thought that being falsely accused of sexual harassment is worse than being sexually harassed. Not saying that’s the case, but that was the sense I got. Obviously, I sympathize with both types of victims, and no one should be subject to either type of behavior.

    So I was being conservative in my estimate. In fact, I think there are many cases that simply go unreported. But I don’t have any data to back it up, and only mention this as my best guess for what it’s worth.

    Also, define “real sexual harassment”. If a superior demands sexual favors and/or turns nasty and retaliatory when they’re denied, it meets my definition of it. Except that you have to prove the superior really did those things; it can’t be just one person’s word/imagination.

    That’s part of the problem. This is one of those things with a large gray area. Everybody has their own tolerance level. So I try to play it safe by not touching anybody, especially students, not calling anyone honey or darling (not that I had any inclination of doing that anyway).

    I suspect that a significant number of sexual harassment cases are imaginary in the sense that they are rationalization post-breakup;

    Yeah, I don’t like it that somehow the behavior was okay when things are hunky dory in the relationship, but now somehow not okay, when the relationship sours.

    Comment by Pat — November 5, 2011 @ 4:12 pm - November 5, 2011

  23. There’s a great commentary from the UK Telegraph regarding how Politico (and the MSM) overplayed their hand on Cain:

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/tobyharnden/100115731/american-way-a-funny-thing-happened-on-the-way-to-the-herman-cain-lynching/

    Great read!

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — November 6, 2011 @ 12:57 pm - November 6, 2011

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