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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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    […] has covered itself in shame. Legal Insurrection notes the website has posed the most deceitful headline ever — I have to agree, though I am sure there will be more where this one came from in the […]

    […] Prof Jacobson […]

    I work in a supervisory position with county government in California. By law, I have to endure sexual harassment “training” every 2 years.

    Big take away? All cards are in favor of “accuser” because intent means nothing, perception is everything. Best practice is never act in any sort of casual or friendly matter or discuss anything other than business at hand.

    Is it any wonder that this kind of American-style sharia has made people not enjoy going to work any more.

    Now that this has blown up in the faces of the anti-conservative establishment, the next tool in the Rove toolbox due to be pulled out is “Cain is the guy the Democrats DREAM of running against.”

    These attacks come from the Republican side of the aisle, not the Dems. How else to explain that the nuttiest of the nuttiness comes from “conservative” blogs like Riehl World View and Red State?

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