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More Evidence That Demands an Answer

We are witness to one of the most unambiguous and blatantly intentional attempts to destroy a candidate I have witnessed in my political life. What Arlen Specter, Planned Parenthood, et al, did to prevent the nomination of Judge Robert Bork was only slightly less worst than what Planned Parenthood, the Democrat Party, and liberal special interest hate groups, with a complicit media attempted to do Clarence Thomas in an attempt to prevent his appointment to the High Court.

But what is being done to Herman Cain is even more contemptible. I want to thank Diane for forwarding me the information pursuant to Herman’s response on the Syria question in the most recent debate. This is not the first time Herman has been falsely maligned in reference to his response to a foreign policy question. You will recall I posted the full transcript of the lies, distortion, and misrepresentation of fact about Herman’s answering a question on Libya. My thanks to Rush Limbaugh for providing the transcript.

Below, I have also included complete and with attribution one of the most thorough and accurate detailed outlines of the Herman Cain accusers. Folks, who you vote for is your business, but the media, especially Fox News, has a responsibility to report the news and to report it factually and without bias. But, they have seen fit to abandon said responsibility. It is my intentions to expose the media for the frauds and liars they are, while keeping you informed.

I am a writer of opinion, ergo that is most often what I present – my opinion. But I am also a provider of fact, and it is important that I’m accurate in my presentation of same. If you are as outraged as I am by the biased and often outright untruthful reporting, I encourage you to rise up against the media leviathan that masquerades as integrity and truth. Read the following articles and ask why the media and political apparatchiks from both party’s are intent on destroying Herman Cain. Then decide if you are going to permit them to decide your canditorial choice. I suggest you also remind yourself, that even if you aren’t a Herman Cain supporter – if they do this to him, what are they will to do to your candidate?


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Did Cain get it right on Syria’s Oil?
23 Wednesday Nov 2011

Posted by Chris Anderson in Herman Cain, Politics

Last night, November 22, at the GOP Debate, Herman Cain suggested cutting off Syria’s oil exports as a way to target them economically. Immediately, he began receiving criticism, and the “uninformed” title continued.

According to the CIA World Factbook, in 2009 Syria exported 263,000 barrels of oil per day. At the 2009 average rate of $53.48 per barrel, that’s $14,065,240 per day. Given 365 days in a year, this comes to $5,133,812,600. Their total exports were $10.88 billion. So the media is trying to say that A: Syria has no oil, and B: taking away approximately 48% of a nation’s export income would do nothing?

Their entire GDP was $104 billion so it’s only 5% of GDP… but still…Cain isn’t stupid.

I am not an economics, or foreign policy expert, and do not claim to be, so someone please feel free to correct me. This is just my rough math after less than an hour of research.

*Update* According to the International Monetary Fund Monetary Fund, oil sales for 2010 were projected to generate $3.2 billion for the Syrian government and account for 25.1% of the state’s revenue.


Investigating Caingate
Nov 2011
Posted by Chris Anderson in Herman Cain, Politics ≈ 6 Comments
On October 31, 2011, the Politico released a news story revealing sexual harassment accusations against GOP Front runner Herman Cain. Since then, the media has been a whirlwind of stories, half truths, facts, lies, etc. I thought I would take a minute to sit down and gather all the allegations I have heard, and where they stand at this point.


Accuser #1:
Part of the original story, Accuser #1 claims through her attorney, Joel Bennett, “a series of inappropriate behaviors.” She was held to a confidentiality agreement by the National Restaurant Association. They agreed to allow her the freedom to tell her story, which she refused, and went away. Again, through her attorney, she confirmed “something” happened, but refused to say who she was, and what he did.

*UPDATE* NPR has confirmed Accuser #1 to be Karen Kraushaar, 55, communications director at the U.S. Treasury Department. But she still does not want to come forward publicly.

*UPDATE 2* AP reports Accuser #1 filed another complaint after leaving the NRA. They claim she “filed the complaint while working as a spokeswoman at the Immigration and Naturalization Service in the Justice Department in late 2002 or early 2003.” They also state, “Kraushaar initially demanded thousands of dollars in payment, a reinstatement of leave she used after the accident earlier in 2002, promotion on the federal pay scale and a one-year fellowship to Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.” Kraushaar told the AP she considered her employment complaint “relatively minor” and she later dropped it.

Accuser #2:
Also part of the original story, Accuser #2 came to some kind of settlement with the NRA. I so far have been unable to find any other information about this woman. She has not come forward. She has not gotten an attorney. And like the first woman, would be tied to a confidentiality agreement, which I assume they would lift as well, like with #1.

Accuser #3:
She told The Associated Press that Cain made sexually suggestive remarks or gestures about the same time that two co-workers had settled separate harassment complaints against him. She didn’t file a complaint, she didn’t come forward with her name or specific complaints. She did not get an attorney, and has since disappeared.

Accuser #4:
While the newest woman is being called Accuser #4, the media swept this nonsense under the rug. I only found short blurbs about Accuser #4, and her witness, who claim that she and Mr. Cain took a cab back to his apartment, and she woke up in his bed. It was shortly recanted that the witness did NOT see Mr. Cain get in the cab with her, and she woke up in his apartment, not in his bed. But again, no names, and no further information. No legal counsel. Another story that faded away, probably due to lack of credibility and proof.

Accuser #5 and #6:
I guess the media doesn’t want to acknowledge the silliness of the real story here. But, radio talk show host, Steve Deace, claimed that Mr. Cain “said things to both of my female staffers that at best are professionally awkward if not inappropriate over the last several months.” He refused at first to give details of what was said. Finally the truth was revealed. “Cain said, ‘Darling, do you mind doctoring my tea for me?’” Deace said. Deace told the Register last month that he believes Cain was talking about adding honey and lemon, but that it was an awkward moment. Can we truly call this Sexual Harassment?

Accuser #7:
While there is a lot more work to be done to get to the truth of this allegation, this is the first name and face we have. She immediately ran out and got a reputable attorney, Gloria Allred. At least she did not get one of those celebrity, attention hound attorneys, oh wait… Sharon Bialek, comes forward to say she lost her job with the Educational Fund attached to the NRA. She sought out Mr. Cain’s help for a job, or career advice. While they were alone in a vehicle, Mr. Cain reached up her skirt, and pushed her head down to his lap. Again, no witnesses. She didn’t file a complaint, or press charges. She told no one at the time any details, just that “something” happened. Then she sat on it for 14 years. I will save more “opinions” on this complaint for another time, because the allegations are still new. Mr. Cain is planning on holding a press conference this very afternoon to address this.

*UPDATE* A female co-worker of the Accuser states, “She [Bialek] was fired from her job, and her boyfriend suggested she contact Cain in hopes he could help her find employment.” In this particular incident she was fired for falsely accusing her boss of sexual harassment, a charge denied by co-workers, as well as being pretty much a pain in the ass to work with. “I remember her as a time-waster, and rabble-rouser. If she didn’t get her way she cried about sexual harassment”. A former co-worker, a female no less, emailed me. “She was trouble with a capital “T”.

Accuser #8:
After an event in Egypt for USAID, Donna Donella claims Mr. Cain asked to be set up for dinner with a “lovely young lady” who had asked a question during the event. He wanted to further explain his response, and discuss this issue. Mrs. Donella declined to set him up, so he invited her to dinner instead. Her friends, feeling “something was up” and went to dinner with them, where she says there was no inappropriate sexual behavior. She went on to say, “I couldn’t swear that he had some untoward intentions, but we all thought his tone was suspect and we didn’t feel comfortable putting him in touch with that woman.” Can we really call this a story? Now they are accusing him of something that even they say never happened?

*UPDATE* She no longer wants to be called an accuser. In an interview with The Washington Times-affiliated “America’s Morning News” radio program she said, “I want to make it very clear that Herman Cain never sexually harassed me, I’ve never accused Herman Cain of sexually harassing me.”


After all of this I find 1 story that even deserves scrutiny. Accusers 1-6 have no standing, and #8 is just laughable. Accuser #7 is the ONLY one to come forward with a detailed story worthy of further investigation. They have had no problem painting the picture of a habitual offender, they just seem to have a problem providing any actual proof or evidence.

Now, to begin my conspiracy theory…

I still find something very very fishy that all the “accusers revolve around the NRA. This man has been in business over 40 years.

Department of the Navy? No Accusers.

Coca-Cola? No Accusers.

Burger King? No Accusers.

Pillsbury? No Accusers.

Godfather’s Pizza? No Accusers.

Kansas City Fed? No Accusers?

Americans for Prosperity? No Accusers.

Radio Talk Show Host? No Accusers.

He was President of the NRA for only 3 years, 1996-1999. And so far NO allegations outside of that time? (Can we really count #8′s in 2002?)

What did Herman Cain get thrust into the spotlight for in the 90s? Going after Clinton and Hillarycare! So before or after, everyone has said Cain is the epitome of Integrity. But just so happens, while he’s going up against the Clintons, he becomes a sexual deviant?

I implore anyone to bring out proof. I say let the NRA release any and all documents attached to their settlements/agreements.

This country was based on INNOCENT until PROVEN Guilty. Just because Mr. Cain is in the spotlight running for high office does not change the rules. He’s entitled to the benefit of the doubt. I’ve heard the “drip drip” theories and “where there’s smoke there’s fire” comments. But take all of the ‘facts’ in this case to a court of law, heck put this evidence against yourself, and how would it look? We have no corroboration, no eyewitnesses, no police reports, and only one specific allegation of an incident 14 years ago.

If you don’t like Herman Cain, that is your right. Vote for someone else because you believe in their abilities to lead this Country, and their policies and stances. Attacking Herman Cain on baseless, nameless, tactless allegations, is gutter politics. We want to move America forward? Then we need to begin the change today. Let’s stop accepting the media and the government establishment’s attempts at getting the conversation off of the issues.

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20 Responses to More Evidence That Demands an Answer

  1. Dave C November 29, 2011 at 11:59 am #

    This whole witch hunt reminds me of some similar accusations that occurred in my county during my tenure as a HS math instructor and coach. In four cases that I know of, male instructors were accused of inappropriate sexual contact with students. (1) In every case, there either was no evidence, insufficient evidence, or a recanting on the part of the accuser; (2) it made no difference because the mere accusation ended the individuals’ careers due to the stigam attached to the accusation. This is the obvious tactic of the Dumbocrats – hoping lies and slander trump the evidence. What a sorry society we leave to our kids and grandkids.

    • Mychal
      Mychal November 30, 2011 at 12:30 am #

      dave c: how true…

  2. John McClain November 28, 2011 at 11:08 am #

    This issue has grown from an occasional true and exposed crime, to being the primary way to denigrate a viable candidate without ever exploring the full weight of the charges, and with dozens of legal ways to avoid actually laying full charges, while still leaving the impression something wrong was done.
    The entire foundation of our sense of law was put up before a people who had lived in society where one was guilty as charged, until one proved innocence, and many a subject of the State, has been executed out of hand, when the issue was put before the people in the statement “it is better a dozen guilty men go free, for lack of evidence, than for one innocent man be imprisoned by false claims unsupported by the full weight of evidence which supports guilty beyond a reasonable doubt”.
    The People’s belief in this was across the board, as no one hadn’t felt the heavy hand of the law, either personally, or via family member or close friend, and known they had been wrongly done.
    It is time we not only honor that time honored and proven tradition, it has been discarded, as government has taken over its own authority, and The People have become to it, subjects, even if we have not accepted any change of status, and we need to stop the ongoing imprisoning of the innocent, such as Jesus, the Border Patrol Agent who was cleared by two complete investigations, before the department of injustice decideed to oblige the Mexican Government, and with deliberate intent, put the agent doing his job well and fully, in prison for doing exactly that.
    At the same time, it is time to start taking those who toss forth charges with little regard for consequences, and demand the charges be fully investigated, and if they are shown to be wrong, the person putting it forth, indicted for the crime they have committed, and their sentence should closely reflect the anticipated sentence which the accused would have faced, were the charges true.
    I am well aware of the pain and difficulty of publicly charging a person of a crime of personal nature, having stood by such charges, made against a neighbor, by my daughter, and she having to deal with the consequences of those for some eight months before the adjudication was done, and the charges found correct, however, no matter how difficult, one has no right to charge another with a crime without doing so publicly, specifically, and on an oath, binding them to their story legally, as responsible.
    Far too many women have gained great returns because there was no penalty for lying, and the publicity of charges were in themselves, a punitive issue, if allowed to continue, and destructive to the person, just as they are to Mr. Cain, now, while as Mr. Massie has shown, there is not eight legitimate charges, but only one which might be legitimate, yet it has not been put in public, by the accuser, and consequences only apply to Mr. Cain at this point, where Truth and Law demand the accuser be just as subject to consequences, if the evidence does not support the charges, as Mr. Cain is, were the evidence produced, and upheld the charges. If we truly believe Citizens are innocent until or unless proven in a court of law, otherwise, the accuser’s liberty should be in no less jeapardy than the accused, if the charges are found to be false and lies intended to gain something.
    It is time we cease to accept the paying out of damages, and allowing for silence contracts, because they avoid fulfilling the law, and do damage to our society, while protecting real criminals, by the venal act of real victims accepting payment for their pain, in essence, prostituting themselves after the fact, because money is more rewarding than putting a criminal out of circulation.
    This is especially true as so much of the time, the accused is truly innocent, but the publicity is critical at the moment, and many accused, are totally innocent, but can’t afford the loss which they will face at the time, from just the publicity.
    That we have “serial accusers” proves this need in a way no other argument could possibly do, and that such accusers show up at every election is in its self a statement regarding the standards of our society, and what we will allow in speculation, without demanding truth be supported by evidence, and gossip be thrown in the face of such who traffic in the like, and they should be shunned.

    • Mychal
      Mychal November 28, 2011 at 7:35 pm #

      john mcclain: thk you for sharing from the depth of your personal experience…as you and I have discussed your situation before your daughter paid a price to step forward and handle the situation properly…that’s because she had nothing to hide and only truth to reveal…these women are willing to sell their souls and whatever decency they may have to allow themselves to be used to destroy a person…my best to you and the family…

  3. Diane Amble November 27, 2011 at 7:25 pm #

    Gingrich is a member of the CFR according to my research. That makes him Enemy#1 unless he somehow withdrew his membership? In addition he voted for NAFTA, the Brady Lautenberg Gun Ban which was an assault on the 2nd Amendment along with amnesty legislation again and again for illegals. Though Gingrich is clearly intelligent and informed, we need someone who can cut away the fat down to the bone and downsize government, corruption on Capitol hill and “fix” entitlement programs that are the legacy left by FDR when he began to use Executive Orders to override Congress just as Obama is doing to raid taxpayers pockets and begin a modern form of slavery: entitlement.

    • Mychal
      Mychal November 28, 2011 at 7:40 pm #

      diane amble: it is my opinion that gingrich would be a president we would regret deeply…that said I think he would make a great vice president to Herman or a outstanding cabinet member…in a Cain administration…

  4. memett November 26, 2011 at 6:44 pm #

    All I know is that when they accuse Herman Cain of being unqualified to be president of the United States, the hairs on the nape of my neck stand straight up, my heart beats faster, and my palms begin to sweat. Has there ever been a candidate more unprepared to be president of the US than Barak Obama? The Democratic Party is, and always has been, the party of hate and dirty tactics. I am independent in registration, but conservative to the core of my being.

    • Mychal
      Mychal November 28, 2011 at 8:30 pm #

      memett: I would say romney is no more prepared than obama was…

  5. Chris November 26, 2011 at 12:15 pm #

    Some of us well remember how quickly the media was quick to dismiss Paula Jones as trailer trash re: her allegations against Bill Clinton which held up better due to her detailed account of the incident. I feel there’s not a kernel of truth in Bialek’s story, but Allred will promote anything. Enough said! Gingrich is a secret globalist as I’ve heard he’s been out west to Bohemian Grove where all the globalists go for initation rites to their secret society. It time to circle our wagons around Mr Cain & fire back at the media & call the shills for what they are.

    • Mychal
      Mychal November 28, 2011 at 8:03 pm #

      chris: that is exactly the course of action…it is my opinion he is our best choice…and it is imperative to circle our wagons and open fire at his attackers…

  6. Marilyn November 26, 2011 at 10:54 am #

    Mychal> I’ve always held fast and true to Innocent until proven guilty. When the Cain harassment alligations started, it all smacked of: “Let’s get rid of Cain because he is honest and intelligent – we cannot have that kind of President ever again!” So, with that said, I do appeciate all the work you have done, Mychal, to help uncover the lies and deception of the accusers. When Sharon B. came onboard, in front of the cameras,she was well rehearsed and felt good about herself in front of the cameras with her toothy smiles. If I had been harassed the way she described, I would have been a total wreck! And, As a prior restaurant owner, I’m a pretty straight-shooter and know how to decide if an employee has been harassed or not. Sharon wasn’t harassed or she would have told someone of importantce long ago. The same goes for the other accusers who would not come forward. Kick-backs/pay-offs from some kind of government swill – always attractive to those who “don’t have, or want more.”

    • Mychal
      Mychal November 28, 2011 at 8:05 pm #

      marilyn: I couldn’t say it better…

  7. Bill Sr. November 26, 2011 at 9:50 am #

    The media’s standard for assumed innocence is reserved for progressive politicians and terrorists.

    • Mychal
      Mychal November 28, 2011 at 8:06 pm #

      bill sr: ain’t that the truth…

  8. Ginny November 25, 2011 at 11:05 pm #

    What’s wrong with sending the whole family back? I wouldn’t want to break them up. I say deport all illegals. Mexican as well as muslims and any others in between. I really don’t trust Gingrich as far as I can throw him. He is another dyed in the wool politition. I think that if Cain aligns himself with Gingrich, it will come back to bite him.

    • Mychal
      Mychal November 28, 2011 at 8:24 pm #

      ginny: the only way I would support gingrich is if he were on a Herman ticket…otherwise gingrich would be out of control and given over to his globalist ideals…if controlled I think he is an asset…but he must be controlled…

  9. Hanky Panky November 25, 2011 at 8:25 pm #

    Mychal; like you say this smells of the sea. Too many coincidences to be taken seriously. So far I’m liking Cain. Have no use at all for Perry and Romney. Very much in hate with Gingrich. He’s a turkey with a capital T. Illegals are law breakers, and he wants to give them amnesty. NO WAY!! I break the law, I’m punished. So should they be punished.

    • sumitch November 25, 2011 at 8:53 pm #

      I’m so tired of hearing the media preach about breaking a family up if we deport these illegal aliens. They are law breakers by the very fact they are here. Should we forgive a cronic drunk that has been arrested 5 times for drunken driving? Here in the Republic, that gets you a stay in the slammer. That can break up a family too. If that’s the hang up, let’s start with just deporting those without family in the United States. Then we’d be doing a good deed by sending them back to theri families that they loved so much they left them to come here.

    • Mychal
      Mychal November 28, 2011 at 8:32 pm #

      hanky panky: agreed…we cannot sneak into another country and be rewarded…why should it happen here…


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