Tuesday, November 29, 2011

My Take on Herman Cain's Troubles as of November 29, 2011, 9 p.m. EST

Okay, let's review all this.  First we have three people saying Herman Cain, Republican Presidential Candidate, touched them or sexually abused them inappropriately.  Nothing has been proven.  More recently a woman comes forward and says she had a 13 year affair with Cain.  Nothing has been proven.  He has denied everything.

I know there's an adage that says, "where there's smoke, there's fire".  I've used it myself.  And it's a good one.

But I also know that a man (or woman) is innocent until proven guilty.

I also know that campaign parties (if not party candidates themselves) will go to any lengths to discredit a formidable opponent.  They'll even ruin his life.

Obama is not currently being scrutinized at all.  He gets a pass as no one is running against him as the Democratic presidential candidate for 2012.  And he does not want to discuss issues -- the very issues that the GOP candidates are discussing.  The American people have no confidence in the Administration on any of these issues.  So, he wins, when someone can get the media to talk about the 'sex' life of his opponents.  Sex sells.  And inappropriate sex destroys.

Herman Cain may be as guilty as sin.  But as of this moment, he may also be totally innocent.  If so, someone or a small group have managed to destroy his life and ruin any reputation he may have had.  The issue for us is to figure out whose idea it was to do so -- and where the approval and/or the money to support such action -- came from.  Was the opposing party involved?  If so, how high up the ladder?

In many respects, this has all the mystery of Watergate and/or the Iran Contra Affair.  Either way, we are currently being left in the dark.   Someone has figured out how to play to our baser nature.


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