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Gloria Cain Breaks Her Silence to Greta Van Susteren tonight at 10 on Fox News

Poor Gloria Cain. I’m afraid Herman Cain’s wife of 43 years is about to suffer some of the indignities experienced by the women who have accused him of egregious groping and abuse of power.

There will be many who won’t believe Gloria Cain’s words, many who think she’s  only speaking out for her big payday in the end.

With his poll numbers dropping ever since multiple women have accused him  of sexual harassment, candidate Cain has now brought his wife to Greta.

And so, the political wife who has stayed in the background now breaks her silence.

“You hear the graphic allegations and we know that would have been something that’s totally disrespectful of her as a woman,” she says. “And I know the type of person he is. He totally respects women.”

“I’m thinking he would have to have a split personality to do the things that were said,” she says.

Is Gloria Cain a shrewd political wife?  Or is she like so many others who never see any wrongdoing either because a) they’re too trusting or  b) they are married to a charmer who wears a “mask”  at home or c) all of the above. Read the rest of this entry »

There was a game-changing moment for one candidate in tonight’s Republican debate on CNBC and it wasn’t Herman Cain’s who must be so relieved that someone else will be the brunt of political jokes in the next news cycle.

Texas Governor Rick Perry not only shot himself in the foot tonight, but in one quick instant — as the whole audience watched in disbelief – -the deflated balloon that was once his campaign for President seemed to hover over the auditorium before finally fizzling out on the stage.

Here’s what happened and I saw it live. Perry, posturing among fellow conservatives how he would rein in our overgrown government said he would end three government departments on his first day in office.

1) Education. 2) Commerce 3) Uhhhhh, uhhhhhh, uhhhhhh.

I guess the dog ate his homework. And, as my good friend, Thea, remarked, “Maybe he should reconsider Education.”

It was such a stunning implosion, that I quickly checked online for the transcript. And here it is, along with what I think is my favorite part, the greatest word ever uttered by a candidate for President. You’ll have to read to the bottom of the transcript to see it. Read the rest of this entry »