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Friday, November 4, 2011

I believe Herman Cain

Posted By on Fri, Nov 4, 2011 at 6:48 AM

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Details mount. Witnesses say Herman Cain hit on a woman in a boozy night in a bar and that she felt hostility at work later for rebuffing him. Two women were paid significant settlements to go away from the National Restaurant Association after harassment complaints.

The more details emerge, the more Fox Nation circles the wagons behind Herman Cain. It's more of that faith-based politics. Nothing bad can be true about our guy.

To which I say: Great. I believe Herman Cain, too. Let's get this sexual harassment distraction behind us and on with the nominating process, preferably with Cain emerging as the Republican standard bearer.

If you get my drift.

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