Allegation number five: Herman Cain approaching the goodbye zone

Washington Examiner now reports yet another other allegation tonight. And, frankly, this is not much to write your lascivious mother about. But coming after allegation number four, where Sharon Bialek, a Republican, shunned opportunities to parlay her story into tabloid lucre to tell the world this:

When they saw each other in the evening, Bialek said he put his hand on her leg, “reached for [her] genitals” and pushed her head toward his crotch.

When Bialek objected, Cain asked her: “You want a job, right?”

. . the newest account of Herman’s strange behavior will play badly. When Americans are looking for sober and responsible individuals to run The Greatest Country Ever®, they’re not impressed by a candidate who sees himself as David Lee Roth.

Say ladies, you sure look fine, but there was an especially lovely young woman I spied in the audience. Fetch her and send her to my dining room or sitting/kneeling room or the Playtex Thunderdome, or what have you please:

. . 40-year-old Donna Donella, of Arlington, Va. — told the paper that the moment came after Cain gave a paid speech in Egypt that year. A woman in the crowd posed a query to Cain during the speech, the Examiner said.

Donella told them: “And after the seminar was over, Cain came over to me and a colleague and said, ‘Could you put me in touch with that lovely young lady who asked the question, so I can give her a more thorough answer over dinner?’”

She was “suspicious of Cain’s motives and declined to set up the date,” the Examiner reporter wrote.

That prompted Cain to reply, “Then you and I can have dinner.” Instead, some of Donella’s co-workers suggested a group outing.

Smoooth. Cain, of course, has been married for a hundred years. (David Lee Roth is not yet familiar with the term “football,” sports or nuclear-capability wise, touche’.)

Sure, this is your phallo-centric narcissistic behavior. The surprise is that Cain has gotten this far without it being divulged. Apparently, the business world is more protective of its sexual criminals than the political world.

There will be talk of this story, and it will pile atop the others as a believable tale about a spunky candidate with dirty habits. But if there’s one more Sharon Bialek out there, and she decides to go public, Cain is done. It’ll be too much for moderates and independents to take. Herman will sputter along at 15-20% from then on, tourniquetted by so many finding him so disgusting.

And did you know? Rock stars don’t pick up tabs:

She said she didn’t witness any “inappropriate sexual behavior” at the group dinner. But she claimed he asked the waiter for two $400 bottles of wine, and then stiffed the rest of the group when it came time to pay.

Cain! \m/(-o-)\m/