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PIZZA MAN-TURNED 2012 GOP CANDIDATE-TURNED ASSOCIATE PASTOR BLAMES DEVIL FOR HARASSMENT CHARGES

Link: http://www.mediaite.com/online/herman-cain-sexual-harassment-charges-were-orchestrated-by-the-devil/



In an interview this week with RealClearReligion, Herman Cain claims that the sexual harassment allegations that derailed his 2012 presidential campaign were the work of Satan.

The former Godfather’s Pizza CEO said that rebutting the allegations that he sexually harassed at least four women while leading the National Restaurant Association would have been a “huge” time-consuming “distraction” from a campaign he repeatedly claimed was solely about “the issues.” He likened running a presidential campaign to “drinking from a fire hose” and asserted that his accusers are “liars.”

Cain told RCR that the first accuser’s charges were sent to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and were dismissed. Another accuser, represented by celebrity attorney Gloria Allred, has yet to provide an affidavit. And the most well-known accuser, Ginger White, was found guilty of libel in an unrelated case around the same time Cain ended his campaign.

As a result, Cain told the publication that he believes he knows who was behind the accusations that effectively prevented him from reaching the White House: the Devil.

“It made me realize that there was a bigger force than right,” he said, pointing a finger at the media for “not doing their due diligence.”




Is the T-Party like the KKK...or not?


Found this video here. Share what you think. As for me, it came as no surprise that this women resorted to false equivalence and refused to denounce that type of rhetoric from the 'Baggers.

Coulter 'Proud of Republicans' for 'magnificent, run beautifully' gov't shutdown

Link: http://videocafe.crooksandliars.com/heather/coulter-proud-republicans-magnificent-run

Never mind the $24 billion dollars that the government shutdown cost our economy, Ann Coulter and her hate filled buddy over at ClusteFox, Sean Hannity, want us to believe that the Republican brinksmanship taking our country to the edge of default went just wonderfully and is something to be proud of: Ann Coulter Gushes Over ‘Magnificent, Run Beautifully’ Government Shutdown:

The Republican-orchestrated government shutdown just put their public approval ratings in the toilet. But Ann Coulter seemed to be on the Ted Cruz wavelength as she painted the stunt as a smashing success on Hannity tonight.

Coulter told the ever-admiring Sean Hannity:

This is why I think the shutdown was so magnificent, run beautifully. I’m so proud of these Republicans. And that is because they have branded the party as the anti-Obamacare party.

As if they hadn't already been branded as such before the shutdown.

These millionaire pundits might think this is some sort of a game where the real damage done to people's lives and livelihoods don't matter much, but I doubt most of the public shares their view of the harm that was done to the country due to Republicans' brinksmanship, pure spite and their desire to lash out due to their overwhelming hatred of President Obama. The only thing "beautiful" about any of this might be the fact that we finally see some of these wingnuts drummed out of office because they over reached.


...Yeah, the shutdown was so beautifully ran that less than 20% of Americans approve of it.

Former Republican TX Judge Carlo Key switches parties

Mark Cuban calls Miami Heat "the Oakland Raiders of NBA"

Link: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/miami-heat/heat-blog/sfl-miami-heat-mark-cuban-s101913,0,7137655.story?

His team fell to the Heat in the 2006 NBA Finals, beat them in the 2011 Finals. So Mavericks owner Mark Cuban offering his thoughts on the Heat isn't exactly novel.

But Cuban did offer a novel comparison this week, although he did stop short (mercifully so) of comparing Micky Arison to Al Davis: In Cuban's view, the Heat have grown into the Oakland Raiders of the NBA.

"With the two titles, they're still like the bad guys," Cuban told reporters Friday in Dallas, including those from ESPN, NBA.com and The Dallas Morning News. "There's a confidence bordering on arrogance that is good for them as a team and good for us as a league because it also makes them the team that everybody wants to knock off.

"They're kind of in some respects the Oakland Raiders, and I know that's going to get picked up everywhere. They're kind of like the Oakland Raiders when they were winning. I don't want to compare Micky to Al Davis -- that's not fair -- but you either love them or hate them.

"That's always good for the NBA when you have a team that everybody looks forward to beating. Like when we beat them, I would go to places I've never been and people would give me a standing ovation. That's good for the NBA."

Dear GOP--Fuck You!

Rapper Waka Flocka Flame embarrasses himself re: voting

"The New American Center: Why our nation isn't as divided as we think"

More: http://nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/10/15/20960588-the-new-american-center-why-our-nation-isnt-as-divided-as-we-think?lite

"It’s the most conventional wisdom in Washington, the unchallenged idea that America is a divided nation, a country ripped into red and blue factions in perpetual conflict. The government shutdown this fall would seem like only the latest evidence of this political civil war. But is the idea of two Americas even true? Not according to a new Esquire-NBC News survey.

At the center of national sentiment there’s no longer a chasm but a common ground where a diverse and growing majority - 51 percent - is bound by a surprising set of shared ideas.

“Just because Washington is polarized doesn’t mean America is,” says Robert Blizzard, a partner at Public Opinion Strategies, the lead pollster for Mitt Romney in 2012. His firm co-created the survey with the Benenson Strategy Group, pollsters for President Obama, and the result is a nation in eight distinct segments: two on the far right ("The Righteous Right" and "The Talk Radio Heads"), two on the far left ("The Bleeding Hearts" and "The Gospel Left"), and four in the middle that represent nothing less than a new American center ("Minivan Moderates," "The MBA Middle," "The Pick-up Populists, and "The #WhateverMan.")"

Quiz: Are you in the New American Center?

Link: http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/center-interactive-quiz

My result: Bleeding-heart.
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