On Lynn's LOGIC MINUTE on Cain:
Lynn, your analysis is excellent and explains the pain that we have felt as
we have watched Herman Cain be destroyed, one baseless allegation after
This reminds me of when we used to play the game Gossip as little children.
We would sit in a circle; and the first person in the circle would start a
story. Each of us in turn would whisper into the next person's ear the same
story but would add a piece of gossip to it. Then the last person in the
circle would tell the complete story adding all the pieces of gossip, and we
would all laugh as we heard how vastly the story had changed from the
beginning version. Of course, the point was to demonstrate how hearsay and
gossip could affect the original version.
I am sickened to see the public fall for the same type of Gossip game as
each media outlet has added its own spin to Herman Cain's story. For
instance, the number of women has changed daily. So far as I know, there are
only three women who have stepped forward with their unproven allegations;
but to hear the Gossip mongers, the number changes by the hour.
The truly suspicious part is that all three of these women have past
examples in their lives of instability, wild allegations, bankruptcies,
similar charges made against fellow employees, etc.
Why as American voters are we not smart enough to put two and two together
to figure out that this whole thing is a diabolical and contrived plot to
destroy the Republican candidate whom Obama fears the most? We are allowing
the Saul Alinsky method to succeed. This does not bode well for the future
of our country's elections and if Herman Cain quits, I am concerned that
solid conservative candidates will be afraid to throw their names into the