Does Herman Cain Think We Are Stupid?

Even Lin Wood, a well-respected attorney, can’t save Herman Cain’s presidential hopes. “No credible proof, no evidence”, Attorney Wood claims on Piers Morgan this evening referring to the alleged 13 year “affair” with Ginger White.

Really, isn’t this a “he said, she, she, she, she, she said’? Maybe, we’d give an ear if Ginger White was the only one, but, there are 5 woman, so far, alleging improper sexual conduct by Mr. Cain.

Regarding Ms. White, Mr. Cain sent 17 reply texts to Ms. White’s 53 texts just in October and November alone, including one at 4 in the morning. He admits giving her money (paying her off?). And, the red flag of ’em all, his wife did not know about Ms. White.

Here we go again, right out the worn-out attorneys playbook: she’s a “troubled woman”, “had severe financial problems” and is “on a media campaign”. Blaming the victim, and blaming the media for “participating in the deterioration of our political process” as stated by Attorney Wood for covering this story is simply a distraction from the search for the truth. Besides, that playbook didn’t work for Conrad Murray and it won’t work for Herman Cain either. It’s become a tidal wave. And, Herman Cain ain’t no Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Don’t we want the media to ask questions? Isn’t the public entitled to know the truth, whatever it is?

And, please, did Lin Wood actually say on Piers Morgan, “desperate people, do desperate things” ? Oh my, if I had a nickel for every time, I heard that phrase in the courtroom, I’d be rich.

Seriously, Herman Cain is running for the Republican nomination for the US Presidency, and isn’t his character at issue?

If these allegations are true, “yikes” (to borrow Judge Pastor’s phrase), the audacity of Herman Cain to think he’d get away with hiding these missteps.

No doubt, this isn’t the end of the story.

Simply my opinion, what say you?


2 Comments on “Does Herman Cain Think We Are Stupid?”

  1. AJ says:

    Did anyone else notice that Lin Wood doesn’t seem to know how to use the word “relegate”? At all. He misused it at least twice. And when asked a question by Piers, he replies “That’s like asking if you beat your wife last night.” Er, no, it isn’t. That’s actually a perfectly valid question. Perhaps he was trying to refer to the classic example of a loaded question, “When did you stop beating your wife?”
    Jeez, I’d hate to have this guy representing me.

    • Great catch and comment. Frankly, don’t you think it’s an “inappropriate” phrase to be used by an attorney who is representing one accused of sexual misconduct? I don’t think I’d use that phrase, ever.

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