Slow Response To Harassment Claims Hurts Cain
The slow response from Herman Cain's campaign over the course of the past few days in trying to eliminate the snowballing story of how his former employer settled two sexual harassment claims made against him have hurt him Sean told his audience Tuesday. “Cain’s campaign bumbled and fumbled for days in terms of getting their response straight. It is for that reason that his own campaign is responsible for extending this story out far longer than it needed to be out there,” said Sean. The lack of an early and aggressive response to the story showed the "amateur nature" of Cain's campaign, several Republican strategists have said. Cain started the campaign for the Republican nomination with little support, and many of his early aides quit during the summer. He has not been able to assemble a veteran staff, such as those employed by Mitt Romney or Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Behind Sean Hannity's Desk
As Sean mentioned on the air, GQ magazine wrote a nice piece about Sean that discussed politics, Presidential candidates and his personal style. Columnist Mark Anthony Green described Sean as the Alex Rodriguez of television hosts – wildly successful and vehemently hated. But whether you're Occupy-left or Bachmann-right, it's indisputable that Sean Hannity has long been one of the most dominant voices in media, averaging more than two million viewers of his eponymous Fox News talk show and the second most listened to radio personality in the country behind Rush. Hannity Newsletter subscribers can read the article in its entirety by clicking here.
'High-Tech Lynching' of Herman Cain?
As we reported, Politico.com is claiming that at least two women accused Cain of inappropriate behavior way back in the early 1990’s. However, the article conveniently leaves out very key details, but that's not surprising considering the left wing media has a lengthy track record of breathlessly attempting to take down Republican presidential candidates while shamelessly protecting their Democratic friends. Like for example, John Edwards, who ran for president twice, the news of his affair, his love child were only exposed by a National Enquirer investigation that was after the campaign had ended. Sean was joined in studio by Ann Coulter to discuss the double standard. Coulter hinted that one of the reasons is because the left detest liberal blacks. “I mean the left harang blacks and tell them, you can't be Republican, you can't be Republican, it is so hard for a black to be a Republican. And then when we don't have that many Republicans or blacks showing up at a Republican event, oh, you have no blacks there. Well, maybe if you want haranguing them so much,” Coulter added. To watch Sean’s entire interview with the conservative author please click here.