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Please be Charlie to stop kissing Porky the Pig

Former Governor Charlie Crist may have retired from public life, but he’s stayed busy:

10 News has learned of allegations of homosexual affairs, a governor trying to kiss another man, and drunken escapades by former Governor Charlie Crist. . .

The allegations come from Damon Chase, Jim Greer’s attorney. Chase told John Morgan of Morgan and Morgan where Charlie Crist works, that if [sic] had to depose the former Governor, Crist would be embarrassed by the following issues:

The former FL GOP chair Greer was arrested in 2010 on a number of charges. He’s about to go to trial, and he’s angry at everybody, Crist especially.

– Charlie Crist is a homosexual and had homosexual relationships with at least two men who were paid to leave the state to avoid embarrassing then Governor Crist.

– Charlie Crist attempted to kiss Greer at a hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

– Governor Crist had drunken escapades and his security detail had to cover for him.

– Charlie Crist attempted to run over people while he was intoxicated and operating a golf cart.

Charlie Crist stole my heart. Charlie Crist invaded Poland.

In addition, Morgan said if the former Governor were a homosexual he would have to be a ‘sick s.o.b. to try to kiss Porky the Pig’ which was a reference to Greer.

And Morgan would know, somehow. Here’s the lovable cartoon pig:


Herman Cain denies ever having sex with Ginger White

When someone says they had a 13 year affair with you, they’re either honest or whacko.

Ginger White doesn’t seem crazy. She seems like she had little choice other than to admit the embarrassing truth given the media noose tightening around her.

“I’m not proud,” White told Russell. “I didn’t want to come out with this. I did not.”

White was worried a political tsunami was headed her way. So, she decided to head it off, by confessing she was involved in a 13-year-long affair with presidential hopeful Herman Cain.

“It was pretty simple,” White said. “It wasn’t complicated. I was aware that he was married. And I was also aware I was involved in a very inappropriate situation, relationship.”

Herman went on with ‘Blitz’ to categorically deny it all:

That blanket denial isn’t wise. Look at the evidence:

“She showed us some of her cell phone bills that included 61 phone calls or text messages to or from a number starting with 678. She says it is Herman Cain’s private cell phone. The calls were made during four different months — calls or texts made as early as 4:26 in the early morning, and as late as 7:52 at night. The latest were in September of this year.”

Good luck explaining the communications and their timing, Herman.

“She says in his hotel room, he pulled out a calendar and invited her to meet him in Palm Springs. She accepted, and she says the affair began.

‘He made it very intriguing,’ White told FOX 5. ‘It was fun. It was something that took me away from my humdrum life at the time. And it was exciting.'”

How did Ginger White end up in all those cities where Cain was appearing? They were ‘friends’ that vacationed together? In the same hotels?

“She says during the next 13 years, he would fly her to cities where he was speaking and he lavished her with gifts. She says they often stayed at the Ritz Carlton in Buckhead and dined at The Four Seasons restaurant.”

While not a rich woman, Ginger bought herself the gifts? And the expensive hotel accomodations? Totally unlikely.

Cain’s lawyer is smarter than his client:

. . this appears to be an accusation of private, alleged consensual conduct between adults – a subject matter which is not a proper subject of inquiry by the media or the public. No individual, whether a private citizen, a candidate for public office or a public official, should be questioned about his or her private sexual life.

Yeah, that’s what you say.


The world has caught up with Herman Cain

The end of the line approaching the Cain Train:

November 27, 2011
Cain: Confusion has led to drop in support
Kevin Liptak | CNN

Herman Cain ascribed his recent drop in the polls to false sexual harassment allegations and voter confusion about his positions on abortion and foreign policy, saying Sunday that some of his remarks over the past month had been taken out of context.

“Obviously false accusations and confusion about some of my positions has [sic] contributed to it,” Cain said on CNN’s “State of the Union” . .

“That was to be expected. In terms of the campaign itself, nothing has gone wrong in terms of our strategy of spending time in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida,” Cain added. “So in terms of the mechanics of the campaign, nothing’s gone wrong.”


Nothing’s gone wrong, everything’s great, the campaign is dying, this was to be expected. Can Herman Cain say ‘Good morning!’ without it sounding like ‘Meta-fistulae Interpol sammiches’? His tongue has Chevy Chase’s brain. The minute someone asks a question of him, it starts looking for the nearest flight of stairs to throw itself down.

November 27, 2011
Cain Wants Illegal Immigration Issue Shifted to States
Katrina Trinko | NRO

“The way I would deal with those that are already here, which has been my stated position: empower the states to deal with the illegals that are already here, not some, big, grandiose, national one size fit-all. I believe that the states should be empowered to deal with the illegals that are already here” . .

Okay, fine. You’d leave it to the states. That’s totally crazy, maybe unconstitutional, but it’s your position. Anything to add?

In response to whether that meant the states could allow illegal immigrants to “be put on a path toward legalization and toward citizenship,” Cain answered, “It would be up to the states as long as they did not break the federal law.”

Federalism, you mean? Where everything is “up to the states as long as they did not break the federal law.” So you’d actually change . . nothing. Fine. Anything else?

“Secure the border for real. Promote the path to citizenship that’s already there, and the path to citizenship that’s already there doesn’t say anything about amnesty. Thirdly, enforce the laws that are already there, but make it easier for companies to be able to enforce the laws. And fourth, empower the states. Don’t give the states any special things to do, just empower them to do within the law what the federal government is not doing.”

. . did everybody get that? Promote the paths for companies to empower states making it easier for laws to do what the federal government isn’t. That should solve it, as long as ‘it’ is a pro-active perpetual motion lettuce-picking hologram.

People are sick of this crap. Herman Cain doesn’t have a clue, and everybody knows it. The candidate reeks. Herman can’t recall anyone making sexual harassment allegations, but there are probably more of them out there so beware. He doesn’t know what or where Libya is, but it’s full of the Taliban so watch out. He won’t tolerate people who defile the Constitution, but his bold proposals arrive D.O.A. because they’re usuallyboing — unconstitutional.

He wants a mandatory 2/3 vote to overturn 9-9-9? If gay marriage is legal, he’ll overturn the Supreme Court? With what, a 150-ton skiploader? Middle schoolers know better than Herman Cain. College kids wonder what’s wrong with the guy. There’s something seriously wrong with the guy.

I don’t know if it’s senility or businessman’s bluster or what. But it’s ridiculous.

This morning the Cain campaign blasted out a fundraising e-mail that included these passages:

“I am excited to share a recent Rasmussen (conducted November 21-22) which shows me retaking the lead nationally with 26 percent support. I am leading Governor Romney and Speaker Gingrich by 3 and 12 percent respectively. …

“Please donate $25, $50, $100, $500, $1000 or more today to my campaign for President.”

You did not re-take the lead, Herman. The “recent” poll:

The campaign:

A Cain aide acknowledged the error, but regarding whether a correction or any other action would be taken, e-mailed, “We don’t plan any further action.”

Get it right? Why?


If it’s raping children, the liberals did it

The world is all screwed up. Who’s to blame?

Surprise, it’s the liberals. With their university socialism and their political media and their Hollywood cocaine, they hold dangerous sway. And that’s how children get raped in football locker rooms.

Like to know more? Here:

Penn State and the slow death of American self-reliance
Bookworm | Nov 13 2011

. . in Pennsylvania, the law allows employees who witness a crime to go up the chain of command, whereas in Texas (for example) the law requires that every person has the responsibility to report to the authorities cases of suspected child abuse. In other word, the culture is different in the two states, with one allowing people to pass the buck, and the other mandating that people take independent action . .

Whew, thank God for Texas. How did this happen?

It took the 1960s and beyond to change us into a don’t-do culture. The “why” of that change would take a whole post (no, make that a whole book), but one can target lots of wealth, lots of youth, and a media and academic establishment that relentlessly propagandized both the virtues of socialism, while simultaneously denigrating traditional American culture and playing up the dangers of America’s home grown self-reliance ethos.

I remember us playing up the dangers. ‘Don’t do it yourself, you’ll die,’ stuff like that.

. . the end result is that Americans are slowly put surely slipping into the type of passivity that characterizes people living in an excessively bureaucratized, government-heavy society.

Okay. These arguments are a tad fuzzy, but roughly: there are two cultures in America. There is the individualistic, self-reliant pre-1960s culture evident in places like Texas. And there’s the socialistic, pass-the-buck post-1960s culture apparent in places like Pennsylvania. The new culture is spreading and [blank] ergo child raping in the showers. Got it.

Let’s see, King Hippie in Bookworm’s morality tale would be Joe Paterno. Though he became aware of the allegations, Coach Moonflower figured The State would do something about it. Check. And he’s an Italian Brooklynite born between World Wars I and II, double check. Sure enough, he’s your post-Summer of Love liberal.

Just look at his behavior. In 2006, disturbing allegations were leveled against a Penn State rival, linebacker A.J. Nicholson from Florida State. A.J. was suspended before the Orange Bowl after being accused of sexual assault.

How did Coach Paterno talk of the controversy? Did he hold A.J. responsible for his behavior? Did he make no excuses, offer no silly pretenses as to how the assault could have happened?

“There’s some tough — there’s so many people gravitating to these kids. He may not have even known what he was getting into, Nicholson. They knock on the door — somebody may knock on the door. A cute girl knocks on the door. What do you do?”

Dude, you need a manual? *cough* Chakra Joe Earthpromise acted like a liberal. “Women and their horny weirdo stuff. Pssh.” Typical leftist claptrap. “Children, too. Who knows what’s going on in their heads?” No kidding, they’re worse than ladies.

self-reliant to a fault

Yep, Bookworm’s argument is unassailable. As new ways replace the old, the disasters multiply. If Penn State had had a traditional, old school mentality, the whole thing would have been avoided, friends.

Why it wasn’t that long ago that child molestation was always exposed to the light of day, to the shaming of the public and the sanctions of the law. No one questioned you if you admitted your uncle assaulted you in the barn. You never saw moonbat dithering or bureaucratic hand-wringing back then, I can tell you. When Americans were told crimes had been committed, they acted. Credit our independence and self-reliance.

But nowadays, nobody lifts a finger to help you after you’re molested. Such is modern life, we’re left to live in shame with our secrets. It’s even more tragic when you notice the explosion in reports of child molestation. I’m not sure how that happened. Of course, in the old days, children were never raped because that was pre-hippie American morality for you.

Incidentally, did you see? If anyone’s mysterious nature is on display, it’s the rapist’s. If there’s a self-reliant American in the cast, it’s Jerry Sandusky. He didn’t just rise to become defense coordinator of a pre-eminent football program, he bootstrapped that gig into creating a charity to select and groom targets. A clever man, Jerry orchestrated the whole thing to go on under cover of Penn State’s avant garde exercise improvisation.

Marvel at the ingenuity: taking the process of trolling local communities for vulnerable kids and reversing it. Getting children to come to him. They thought they knew and trusted him even before they met him.

And, wow, what a labor saver that was. Upon the offers of unearned trust, the crimes were already half-committed. Say, just how did Jerry manage to do that? Secure a sacred thing he hadn’t earned? By mastering the game of football, the sports metaphor for bedrock American ideals. Hooray!

So, please, let’s not pooh-pooh Sandusky’s energy, innovation and initiative — let’s celebrate it. If there’s a mote of good news for the rugged individualists here, surely it’s Jerry’s example.


Michael Steele is Beginning to Look Like Malcolm X to Me

If you thought like me that Herman Cain was the strangest black man in the Republican Party, you were wrong. Months ago, when I called Allen West a ‘Walking Anger Management Problem,’ I sensed that he was even more…unique…than that. At the time, he was completely losing his shit over the diminutive, post-cancer chemotherapy patient Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The optics may have been bad, but he really had no choice. She is a woman and she questioned his authoritah! He is A Real Man.

But remember this? He got mad at NBC, too:

West has denied NBC News’s reports of his involvement with the gang, and recently told Hotline On Call that the story can’t be true because the Outlaws do not “accept blacks, Jews or gays” into their ranks.

The West campaign has responded to the reports, denying their veracity and accusing NBC of a biased reporting:

“In what can only be described as a political hatchet job by the liberal mainstream media, NBC News – through reporter Lisa Myers – made an outrageous claim that LTC(R) Allen West condones criminal activity. Myers clearly has an agenda to try and stop good people like Allen who oppose the far left policies that are wreaking havoc upon our country.”

Turns out he just gets mad. Ask him about Herman Cain:

Scott Hennen: Is it an attack on a black conservative because he’s a black conservative?

Congressman West: Oh come on, I mean you know I was the only black member of a white supremacist motorcycle gang, so liberals and there are certain others I would say even within our party that are not comfortable with strong black conservative voices, and I would say there are people that feel very threatened by that because we do stand on principle. We are someone or entities that are out of the mainstream, if you want to call it that, so liberals are definitely going to come at you.

So I guess Herman Cain is not the only black man in the GOP who would get a special kind of thrill if somebody called him “Cornbread.” Or something. This is why we can’t have nice things, like participatory democracy. It is also why the following is all over the interwebs these days:  “2012–It’s Not Just an Election, It’s a Restraining Order.”

One thing is sure, we are going to have to stop cracking jokes about Michele Malkin winning the award for being the white supremacist with the darkest skin.


‘Herman Cain Pac’ and low-class warfare

Don’t you think it’s a good idea to call someone an ‘ugly bitch’? I do. It’s a smooth move. And it reflects well upon your candidate:

No, it’s not a hoax, I checked.

ADD: Good job by the DailyKos people, but it’s not a hoax because this isn’t a PAC. It’s a ‘PAC.’ As ‘bunker’ sites and ‘headquarters’ pages are not actually caves or buildings, this is an aggregator site for pro-Cain posts and media run by a fan(s). If anyone mistakenly believed Herman Cain himself were behind the post (really?), I apologize for that.

This is a post collected and then re-posted on the site. Original poster MP traces back to his MofoPolitics site, a real Conservative politics site, ads and all. Here’s the original post. Here’s MP’s Twitter page, with 13,000 plus tweets. I checked on MP’s site and saw the OP and other posts going back a year and noted his penchant for ‘eww gross’-ing on liberal women, so I posted the image. Unless the Herman Cain Pac site was specifically and only put up to bury an obnoxious post by a real person on page two of the site, this is exactly what it always appeared to be: the misogynist graffiti of Cain fans.


The despicable Nazi-loving architect of S.B. 1070, ‘Tea Party President’ Russell Pearce, defeated in Arizona recall

Just when you think Arizona is beyond redemption. Jerry Lewis wins, 53.4% to 45.3%:

In a stunning blow to the Tea Party movement, a huge turnout in Mesa’s conservative LD 18 overwhelmingly voted out Arizona’s hardline State Senate President Russell Pearce in a historic recall election today.

As the self-proclaimed “Tea Party President,” Pearce’s national role as the figurehead for punitive immigration measures also turned the recall election into a referendum on the state’s notorious SB 1070 “papers, please” immigration law, which Pearce had made the hallmark of his legislative career.

. . the proud pinnacle of his career. It was a Nazi loving, Whites only, citizen-of-Arizona-not-America, I-drink-Jan-Brewer’s-milkshake-I-drink-it-up career [take in Russell’s shenanigans here, here]. And tonight it’s over.

This is gigantic news.

Considered the de facto governor of Arizona, the seemingly invincible and right-wing extremist Pearce became the first state Senate president in American history to be thrown out of office in a recall election.

. . Only a year ago, Pearce’s ascendancy to the Senate president post was hailed by many as a watershed moment for the Tea Party movement. Within days of his reign, Pearce and his Tea Party legislators introduced a flurry of radical bills, including an effort to “nullify” federal laws.

“This election sends a message to other Democratic efforts,” said Dan O’Neal, with the Arizona chapter of the Progressive Democrats of America, “to not be afraid to take on issues and races in red states.”

This was, by far, the most powerful Tea Party person in all the Western U.S.. This is like the Progressive movement losing Alan Grayson. Bigger. Now Grayson’s coming back, and Pearce is gone. Beautiful.


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/


New Cain ad calls allegations ‘high tech lynching’

Politico correctly reported that Herman Cain’s employees made allegations of sexual harassment against him while he was CEO of the National Restaurant Association. Dear Grand Wizards: stop burning crosses on the polo grounds behind his mansion.

A colorblind media wouldn’t report something like that. The More You Know™.


Missouri school forces teen to write an apology to her rapist. He rapes her again, so they kick her out of school.

Okay, now I’m beginning to wonder. These abominable stories (here, here) piling up, one after another: is there something going on in the cosmos? Are we floating through a black-hearted nebula? Or are these the glorious consequences of living in a center-right country?

The latest brain-bruiser: a Springfield, Missouri special education middle school teen was raped by a fellow student. The lawsuit filed by her parents details how school officials ended up blaming her:

The suit, filed July 5, alleges when the girl — a special education student — told officials about the harassment, assault and rape that occurred during the 2008-09 school year, they told her they did not believe her. She recanted.

The suit also alleges that, without seeking her mother’s permission, school officials forced the girl to write a letter of apology to the boy and personally deliver it to him. She was then expelled for the rest of the 2008-2009 school year and referred to juvenile authorities for filing a false report.

Wow. Negligence, punishing incompetence and indifference. And it only gets worse.

She was allowed to come back to school the next year and her mother urged school officials to protect her from the male student. School officials denied the request, the suit alleges . .

In February 2010, the same boy grabbed her, dragged her to the back of the school library and raped her again, the suit alleges.

Raped a second time. How did the school react?

School officials were notified of the incident and allegedly doubted the girl’s claim, saying they’d “already been through this,” according to the lawsuit… she was suspended from school for “disrespectful conduct” and “public display of affection,” her lawyers wrote in the lawsuit.

Disrespectful conduct? My irony meter towers above me in the form of a mushroom cloud. The mother took her daughter to a child advocacy center, and they confirmed the rape. With the recovered DNA evidence entered against him, the boy pleaded guilty to the crime in juvenile court. Rightfully, the school has been served with a monster lawsuit. So district directors took a different tack:

The girl failed and neglected to use reasonable means to protect her self, the response says. Any damages the girl may have sustained, “were as a result of the negligence, carelessness, or conduct of third parties over whom the District Defendants had neither control nor the right to control . . ”

It’s only a shame school officials can’t be charged with crimes. Or we can’t just bury the district in a pit.


Schwarzenegger used the Highway Patrol to shuttle women in and out of his hotel?

Although this allegation originates with the National Enquirer, we may have to take it seriously for three reasons:

1.) They broke a ‘love child’ story involving John Edwards that eventually led to charges of political corruption, and they were entirely accurate. Edwards will likely get indicted by the feds for misuse of campaign funds related to his affair.
2.) The ‘officer’ was head of hotel security at the time and makes the allegation on the record.
3.) Radar reports that the California Attorney General has launched a preliminary investigation into what appears to be the same allegation.

None of this, frankly, is difficult to believe:


In a bombshell ENQUIRER world exclusive hitting newsstands beginning today, a former security supervisor who regularly helped guard ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER while he was California governor claims the ex-actor used his state-funded security detail to cover up multiple sexual liaisons.

Veteran law enforcement officer WILLIAM TAYLOR – who passed a polygraph test about his claims – has accused the “Governator” of using California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers and vehicles to ferry scantily-clad women in-and-out of his suite at the Sacramento hotel where he often stayed . .

“It makes me very angry just to think of what was going on at that time,” said Taylor, who revealed that it was common knowledge among CHP officers, security personnel and employees at the Sacramento Hyatt Regency, where Schwarzenegger and his family often occupied a wing of the hotel.

Here’s Radar’s story of the investigation:

California’s Attorney General Launching Criminal Inquiry Into Arnold Schwarzenegger
May 26, 2011 | By Jen Heger | Radar Legal Editor

. . In a bombshell exclusive, RadarOnline.com has learned the Office of the Attorney General, a branch of the Department of Justice, is conducting a preliminary evaluation into the scope of Schwarzenegger’s double life, which allegedly included using his state-funded security details to cover up women being escorted into his hotel room.

Veteran hotel security officer William Taylor said he witnessed the “Governator” using California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers and vehicles to ferry scantily-clad women in-and-out of his suite at the Sacramento Hyatt Regency where he and wife Maria Shriver often stayed . .

“On three differed occasions after the governor arrived alone at the Hyatt Regency, CHP Dignitary Protection Services arrived in their official vehicles, black Ford Crown Victoria sedans – about one to two hours later with one or two young females.

“They’d hurriedly escort the women through the service entrance on the second floor parking garage to the elevator that went to the governor’s private wing… the women would usually stay for two to four hours and either leave through the hotel’s main entrance or be driven away by the CHP in the same official vehicles.”

The Attorney General’s office told RadarOnline.com “there will be no comment” about the probe, a criminal matter, however multiple department sources have confirmed the decision.

If this turns out to be true, the entire Story of Schwarzenegger will have been one where a narcissistic ass acts likes a narcissistic ass in an open and obvious way, but people will have cheered it, excused it, and covered it up year after year.

All of their hard work and bullshitting — for what? What the hell good did he do for anybody? Or for California? People are messed up.