Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Meet Herman Cain accuser Sharon Bialek

I've gotten to the point where I am completely disgusted by progressives and their despicable actions. These two faced, brainwashed loathsome sheeples have come to show normal people just how low they can sink, when they want to attack and destroy any person who isn't like them.. Progressives have shown themselves over and over to be the true racists they "allege" conservatives are. I don't care how many times they try to deflect their racism off of themselves and onto the right, their true colors show every time a minority who isn't a progressive comes forward aka Herman Cain.What is happening to Cain is anything less then shameful and despicable, but that is how progressives operate. The ends justify the means and nothing else matters.

The definition of the word allegation by the way is "A claim or assertion that someone has done something illegal or wrong, typically one made without proof." The last two words are important in the definition, WITHOUT PROOF". Anyone can make an allegation about anybody. It's only when evidence is provided that the allegation becomes a "case".

Today, a fourth woman has come forward with her lawyer the ultra progressive democrat hack Gloria Allred. When I heard that the "accuser" Sharon Bialek hired Allred as her Attorney, Ms Bialek's credibility immediately went out the window before even knowing anything about her. Gloria Allred accused the Duke Lacrosse players of raping the black stripper Crystal Gail Magnum back in 2006. She's also the same attorney who represented the illegal housekeeper of then Republican California Gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman. As I said before, this woman is a hardcore progressive celebrity hack lawyer. It looks like the strategy by the left is to try and destroy Cain by the process of a death by a thousand cuts or in this case a political death by a thousand allegations. With progressives, it's never about having to prove anything, when they smear conservatives. It's about "the seriousness of the charge".

The case against Bill Clinton was made, because the evidence was there to support the allegations against him.This is what is so sad about the lynching of Herman Cain, there is no evidence hence forth, there is no case against him. It's hypocritical of course for progressives and the media to relentlessly go after Cain with no evidence to warrant it, when these exact same people tried to explain away Clinton's admitted and proven activities with Monica Lewinsky. I watched the Gloria and Sharon press conference. I really didn't think much of it at the time. I figured now that one of the supposed victims had stepped out into the light, things would start to be revealed about the accuser.

Why didn't she go to the Human Resources department of the NRA instead? Why did she fly to Washington, agree to go to dinner just so Herman could ask her "why are you here"? Another question I can't stop thinking about, how is it that Sharon Bialek came into contact with Gloria Allred in the first place? Gloria is a very high priced attorney.

How is it that a woman who doesn't even have a job can afford an attorney like Gloria Allred?

How did a woman who isn't politically connect come in contact with Gloria Allred?

If Sharon came forward merely to do the right thing, why didn't she come forward as with the rest of these women when Cain was running for the U.S Senate in Georgia back in 2004?

Why didn't any of the women step forward when Cain was still at the bottom of the polls and wsa on the verge of dropping out?

Don't think for one moment the media will EVER ask any questions like these. Since there is no evidence of wrong doing, I am going to sum it up like this. "If there isn't no stain, then it can't be Cain". Did you know that Sharon Bialek was at Teacon last month, and she hugged Herman Cain? Would any woman worth her weight in salt, hug and take a picture with a man she would one month later accuse of sexually harassing her 14 years ago?

Frankly, I have become tired of even commenting on this soap opera that really has become nothing more then a he said, she said event. Until evidence comes out by any of his accusers or Cain resigns from the race, this is nothing more then a stuck in the mud gossip tabloid story. I know people who don't like Cain would love to talk about this stuff all day long, but I am not going to play into it.

Syrian opposition group pelted with eggs in Cairo

November 09, 2011 — BEIRUT (AP) — Angry Syrian protesters have pelted a group of opposition leaders with eggs outside Arab League headquarters in Cairo, preventing them from going in for talks with the organization's chief about the violence in Syria.

The incident highlights the deep divisions within the Syrian opposition. The protesters — apparently disenchanted with the fractured opposition movement — threw eggs at a four-man delegation of the Syrian National Coordination Committee, headed by Hassan Abdul-Azim, and forced it to turn back.

Another meeting was planned for later Wednesday. The Committee is a rival to the broad-based Syrian National Council group. Some Syrians see it as more willing to engage in dialogue with the Syrian regime.

Breaking News: Heavy D Dead at 44

Nas, Common and rap mogul Russell Simmons are among the stars leading the tributes to hip-hop icon Heavy D, who died on Tuesday at the age of 44.

The rap veteran was reportedly found unconscious near his home in Beverly Hills and admitted to a hospital in Los Angeles, where he was pronounced dead.

His passing has sent shockwaves through the hip-hop world and a host of stars have taken to their blogs to express their grief at the tragic news.

Nas writes, "RIP TO A REAL HIP HOP LEGEND HEAVY D!", while Common tweets, "Heavy D one of Hip-Hops (sic) finest. Your art and contribution will live 4ever (sic) brother! RIP Heavy D".

A stunned Q-Tip writes, "This can't be true", and The Roots drummer ?uestlove adds, "Heavy D was a good friend & he'll be missed."

Rap mogul Russell Simmons states, "I am deeply saddened by the sudden loss of Heavy D. A long time friend and a beautiful person", and Sean Kingston calls him "One Of The Most Influential Rappers Of The '90s Era."

Even Hollywood was mourning the loss of the rapper, who made a handful of movie appearances - actor Samuel L. Jackson called him a "dear friend", adding "Fond memories of a truly cool brutha (sic)."

Heavy D had just returned from a trip to London, where he hung out with British singer Estelle and R&B star Ne-Yo.

A shocked Estelle tweets, "RIP. Heavy D. i can't believe that. I can't. Was just in London w (with) him", while Ne-Yo adds, "Man. I was just with Heavy D recently in London. Had I known it'd be the last time I'd see him, I woulda (sic) told him he was truly great."

A slew of other hip-hop stars, including hitmaker/producer Pharrell Williams, veteran hip-hop DJ Grandmaster Flash, R&B singer Brandy and rapper Nelly have also expressed their condolences online.

Meanwhile, Public Enemy star Chuck D insists his friend was "a hip hop god", adding, "He will always be remembered and I'm thankful for what he's done for hip hop culture."

Heavy D & The Boyz performing Now That We Found Love

Breaking News: Paterno retiring amid child abuse "tragedy"

Penn State football coach Joe Paterno released the following statement indicating his intention to retire at the end of this season following a sexual abuse scandal that has engulfed Penn State:

“I am absolutely devastated by the developments in this case. I grieve for the children and their families, and I pray for their comfort and relief.
I have come to work every day for the last 61 years with one clear goal in mind: To serve the best interests of this university and the young men who have been entrusted to my care. I have the same goal today.

That’s why I have decided to announce my retirement effective at the end of this season. At this moment the Board of Trustees should not spend a single minute discussing my status. They have far more important matters to address. I want to make this as easy for them as I possibly can.

This is a tragedy. It is one of the great sorrows of my life. With the benefit of hindsight, I wish I had done more.
My goals now are to keep my commitments to my players and staff and finish the season with dignity and determination. And then I will spend the rest of my life doing everything I can to help this University.”