The details are in my prior post.

Is he guilty just because someone says he is? Is he said/she said really just “she said.”

I think this will be very damaging. And there probably is nothing Cain can do about it regardless of the truth. That’s the reality.

Politico, of course, will use this allegation — of which it was unaware — to justify its prior shoddy reporting tactics.  But such justification is unjustified.  Had Politico published facts on day one, it would have been a very different journalistic matter.

What do you think?

 
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