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    Politico now owns most misleading headline ever

    Politico now owns most misleading headline ever

    The woman who accused Herman Cain of something and got a check from the National Restaurant Association is refusing to provide any details of her complaint even though the NRA released her from her confidentiality agreement.

    I repeat.  The woman will not provide any facts or details, will not speak to the media, will not allow her name to be used, will not allow her attorney to use her name, will not do anything to shed light on her claims or what happened other than to have her attorney stand by that which she will not discuss or explain.

    So how does Politico spin this refusal to break her silence?  Herman Cain allegation: Accuser breaks silence:

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    katiejane | November 4, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    When you think that Politico couldn’t be any more of a useful idiot for the Left they prove there are even deeper gutters they will troll.


     
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    MacsenMcBain | November 4, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    Tomorrow’s headline: Cain Accuser Defeats Truman

    Politico –> A Piece of $hit. (apologies for the cursing)

    I have never seen such nonsense. Who the hell would take them seriously after this?


       
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      Anchovy in reply to alex. | November 4, 2011 at 7:23 pm

      The Columbia School of Journalism?


       
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      alex in reply to alex. | November 4, 2011 at 7:26 pm

      and I’d like to add, I used to love reading the Politico when it first started, the Chuckster, that’s right Chuck Todd, who used to be at c-span went as a senior political analyst over at the Politico, before he was at MSDNC. The Politico tended to be much more of a journalistic type publication.

      Now, I really consider them a piece of trash.

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