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This is too Much
Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would ever see this:
Two stories involving sexual harassment and child molestation involving two well known figures in the public eye in the same week yet.
First let’s start with Herman Cain. Now that Sharon Bialek has come forward this is not something that can swept under the rug. This is very serious. And before you say that famed LA based attorney Gloria Allred is seeking publicity, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Gloria Allred is a successful attorney. She doesn’t need the notoriety, she has a lot. From a friend who had Allred as an attorney, he (yes he. Gloria isn’t sexist.) Gloria investigates all cases before she takes them. When she does, all I can say to the defendant (in this case Herman Cain) look out because you’ve picked the wrong lady to tangle with.
She is a pro and knows her stuff.
Herman as one of the LA community leaders who is insisting on getting to the truth of the matter, either give it up or quit.
America doesn’t need another Nixon who will cover up wrong doing. Watergate was enough.
Joe Paterno, a legend in college football, an icon. One of the most successful coaches, like Bear Bryant, Eddie Robinson, Alonzo Stagg, Woody Hayes, to name a few did the worse thing anyone could do. He didn’t go to the police and report what Jerry Sandusky did.
He too pulled a “Richard Nixon.”
He covered it up.
Many in Happy Valley PA are asking:
“Say it ain’t so, Joe” as they did when Shoeless Joe Jackson was banned from baseball for participating in the Black Sox scandal of 1919.
Fondling, oral copulation of young boys by an adult is disgusting. Joe Paterno’s contract ends after this season.
It’s time for a baseball call to be made: