Yep. That's how RepubliKochs roll.
I praise Ms Bialek for coming forward to tell her story. However, I believe it will all be for naught as Herman Cain continues to steamroll his way through the primaries. In the end, he will get away with it, and the RepubliKoch voters won't hold it against him.
There will be a lot of "grave concern" coming from the punditry at first. But slowly and surely opinion will turn against her.
It's already starting. In the Chicago Tribune today, it's already being reported that Ms Bialek once was involved with local baseball commentator Steve Stone.
And that's just the day after she came forward.
Yesterday a diary put forth the thesis that Cain is now in trouble, especially in the South. However, that's not really going to be that much of an issue. Cain is "one of them", so to speak. As Ann Coulter would say, he's "one of our Blacks".
In addition to the little snippet I heard on the radio, it's already starting:
Republicans will ALWAYS circle the wagons and use their propaganda machine to destroy the victims.
They make Joe Paterno and Penn State look like vigilant and true defenders of the law and victim's rights.
They make the hierarchy of the Catholic Church look responsible.
But, unfortunately, even though RepubliKochs have no shame about debasing denigrating and dehumanizing a victim of a sexual assault, it seems it's not only a RepubliKoch trait.
Just look at Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Kobe Bryant. We KNOW something happened that was not consentual. But reputations got destroyed, and the "waters became muddied".
No, this will pass unless he gets caught red-handed.