Discussion in 'Members Corner' started by W.G.Ewald, Nov 8, 2011.
Oh, yeah. I believe her.
Who is she?
Is she Sarah the Palanquin?
I am happy if you don't believe this one:
At the races: Sarah Palin with husband Todd at the Belmont Stakes
She has the ninth wonders of the world!
How many more skeletons will tumble out of the closet for the Presidential Hopeful Cain.
Looks like his campaign has slid off track even before it could start.
It has gotten very ugly, and his Republican colleagues are probably doing the dirty work.
I read about this new 'Caine Mutiny' in the news today.
This story was reported in our newspapers!
Quite a horny toad and a grope master!
The woman whose photo was first posted is Sharon Bialek.
How do you foresee his campaign going on from here after these seies of allegations. Obviously he must have raised some money and his supporters would be pressurizing him to come clean on this issue.
I do not believe Cain will quit soon. The accusations as of today do not reflect in the poll numbers, and the first primary election for his party has yet to take place. I would be very happy to see him overcome this unpleasantness.
By the way, I think the Bialek woman looks like she was born a man.:shocked:
Herman Cain's Libya blunder adds to Republican woes | World news | The Guardian
What is with all the fairy dust around Cain? How come he got such a huge slice of support from the Republicans?
Personally, I believe he is simply an answer to Obama, to help mitigate the minority vote Obama gets. I never believed him to be a serious candidate - lacks the correct background IMO for real widespread republican support - the republicans simply use him to say "Hey African-Americans and other minorities... we aren't racist...we put up a black man too!" kinda thing.
Still, in Cain's favor he is a successful businessman, not a politician. When it comes time for the votes in the Republican primary elections to be cast, that may be important.
CBS News/NJ debate transcript, part 1 - CBS News
Major Garrett: Governor Huntsman, Governor Romney just said we're in the middle of a war that's-- we're not even declared or we're not even aware of. And Governor Perry said China will end up on the ash heap of history. You've been in China. You were the ambassador for our nation there under President Obama. What's your reaction?
....... So what should we be doing? We should be reaching out to our allies and constituencies within China. They're called the young people. They're called the internet generation. There are 500 million internet users in China.
Scott Pelley: And Governor, we're going to have to--
Jon Huntsman: And 80 million bloggers. And they are bringing about change, the likes of which is gonna take China down.
Scott Pelley: We're gonna have to leave it there, Governor.
Jon Huntsman: While we have an opportunity to go up and win back our economic--
Scott Pelley: Governor--
Jon Huntsman: --manufacturing muscles. That's all I wanna do as president.
Scott Pelley is a self-important horse's ass, as are most of the debate "moderators."
Huntsman saying "change is going to bring China down" is a little disturbing to me, and I'm not Chinese.
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