Part I: Just Shoot the GOP Elephant and Get It Over


There are numerous witnesses to what has recently occurred in Iowa.  If it is true, Cain should be toast. The GOP needs to give him his walking papers – if they want to retain NORMAL women within the party.

The Pink Flamingo has heard that a new poll suggests that 82% of the Republican women in OK will leave the party if Cain is nominated.  I heard this from a life-long Republican, who said she’s walking with them. There are some conservative males, and a women like Ingraham and Coulter who continue to think there is nothing wrong with is going on here, but they’re completely out of touch with women.

We now know a few thing, primarily that Cain’s campaign chair, Mark Block is a dirty, vile piece of work.  He makes Democratic operatives look like angels.

Now that a third woman has come forward, The Pink Flamingo is going to mention that I’ve been told it may get worse.  I’ve known since Saturday that something big was going to break.  I also know that the people who are being accused of leaking the information to help Perry, are very good honest people.  We are currently beginning to see a smear campaign directed at Rick Perry.

“...Cain told Forbes magazine Wednesday that he believed Curt Anderson, a former consultant on Cain’s unsuccessful 2004 Senate bid in Georgia, leaked the allegations. The former Godfather’s Pizza CEO told the magazine that he had notified Anderson he had been falsely accused of sexual harassment in case the issue came up during his Senate run.

Anderson now works for On Message Inc., a consulting group hired by Perry’s presidential campaign. He denied being the leak. “I have great respect for Herman and his character and I would never speak ill of him, on the record or off the record,” Anderson said in a statement, adding that he knew nothing of the allegations until he read about them in the media.

There is another possible tie to Perry.  Pollster Chris Wilson, who worked for the National Restaurant Association and claimed to witness Cain harassing a woman when Cain was the trade group’s head, works for a political action committee supporting Perry, one of Cain’s top competitors for the GOP presidential nomination. …”

Mark Block, who is in serious you know what for his entirely inappropriate and allegedly illegal actions concerning the Cain Campaign, is dancing all over the place demanding Perry apologize.  We are now starting to see how Cain  and the pathetic excuse of a campaign operates.

I swore I was going to drop this tawdry tale.  Then I noticed something.  The two women who allegedly were allegedly involved in being harassed by Herman Cain, so they could ruin his political chances in the future. were quite young.  They were both just out of college by a few years.  They were low level employees.  There was more than one incident with one of the women.

The Politico

There is a possibility that Cain’s problem with women in ongoing.  Seems there was a recent incident in Iowa.  This changes the whole story, because of the age of the women.

“…Wilson described the woman as a low level staffer who was maybe two years out of college.  “This occurred at a restaurant in Crystal City (Virginia) and everybody was aware of it,” he continued.  “It was only a matter of time because so many people were aware of what took place, so many people were aware of her situation, the fact she left—everybody knew with the campaign that this would eventually come up.”

Wilson said for legal reasons, he can not discuss details of the incident. “But if she comes out and talks about it, like I said, it’ll probably be the end of his campaign.”  The consultant said Cain is digging himself a deeper hole by challenging the woman. He also believes it has put the Restaurant Association in a position where it will have to release the woman from her confidentialilty agreement.  “If she talks about it, I think it’ll be the end of his campaign.”…”

One of the women appears to be very upset over the whole thing.  I don’t blame her.  The moment she comes forward, the far right is going to destroy her. It is too bad the right doesn’t believe this sort of thing happens.


They are so busy painting Cain as the victim of a racial attack, which is a crock, that they are ignoring the fact that he obviously is not qualified to be POTUS.

“...This is reprehensible, the sort of racial inflammation that, when practiced by the left, infuriates conservatives. Who is he accusing of racism — the Politico reporters? The women who made the claims in the 1990s? The media for covering allegations that he admitted were true (e.g., his employer settled at least one sexual harassment claim)?

Cain and his defenders, like actors in a theatrical tragedy, are falling prey to the very evil they labored against: the propensity to assign political identity by race and to invoke race to shield one from personal responsibility. Cain is in trouble because he didn’t handle a past claim that even a political novice would know would come to light.

Obama’s defenders would have us believe Tea Party critics are racists. Now Cain would have us believe his critics are racists as well. Can’t a conservative get a break? Cain’s message was supposed to be that, unlike Obama, he came into the presidential race tried and tested (in Cain’s case, in the private sector) rather than simply filling the bill as a racial symbol. Now who’s the symbol?

Cain, meanwhile, continues to amaze serious voters with his serial ignorance. The latest: He is worried that China is “trying to develop nuclear capability and they want to develop more aircraft carriers like we have.” Does he not know China has had nuclear weapons for four decades? Or does he think the problem is China’s desire for nuclear-powered carriers? (He’d be wrong in that case, too.) He’ll correct himself, or explain he was misunderstood or misspoke. That’s his excuse for everything these days, from his absurd position on trading Gitmo detainees to his incoherent comments on abortion. As an excuse for ignorance, he offers incoherence. Swell…”

We are reminded that Herman Cain was quick to go after Rick Perry.  There are accusations that this story comes from the Perry camp.  This could be the “real” story.  It is obvious the little tea party creepy  jerk types are already using this to go after Perry, or Romney.  FOX is really going after Perry.  This is in keeping with information I have received from a source.  FOX is out to tank Perry?

P. S.  They’re also blaming Rahm!


One thought on “Part I: Just Shoot the GOP Elephant and Get It Over

  1. The big problem is that people today are afraid of the Libertarians and the Tea Party. They fear what will happen if the Tea-Tarians go 3rd party or just stay home. They fear that this is 1992 and Ross Perot all over again.

    The truth is that Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon both won 49 states without the help of the Libertarians.

    Reagan openly said, “…I didn’t say I support them” when asked by the News Mafia about the John Bircher Society (which was the 1980’s equivelant to the Libertarian-Tea Party). Reagan regarded the leadership of the John Birch Society as kooks! And said so. Often.

    But the Liberal News Mafia would have you believe that Reagan was one of the Birchers. He wasn’t.
    They tried hard to paint Reagan into a “Birchers” jacket (aka a Tea Coat). Ronald Reagan was not a Bircher (a 1980’s Tea Party person) and he won in a MASSIVE HUGE LANDSLIDE without a Tea Party, the Birchers or Ron Paul.

    The Nixon story is almost the same! Except that George McGovern was the darling of the soon to be formed Libertarian movement. The Libertarians still believe that George McGovern was the Conservative in 1972. Anyway Nixon beat George McGovern 49 states to 1.

    The only way out of this mess (if God will allow it)
    is to condemn the “Modern day BIRCHERS movement” (aka
    the Libertarian-Tea Party) and convince Democrats that
    Mitt Romney can and will do a better job than Obama has

    Romney can win Just like Reagan did if given the chance.


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