WINGNUTTOSPHERE: LET THE ATTACKS ON SHARON BIALEK BEGIN
Rush Limbaugh discussed Sharon Bialek, the fourth woman to come forth with sexual harassment allegations against Herman Cain, during his show Monday....
Limbaugh reported that Bialek, who he also called a "babe," said that Cain "put his hands up her dress" and "tried to pull her hair..." Limbaugh pronounced Bialek's last name as "bee-ah-lek," which he later told listeners was incorrect.
Instead, he said, Bialek is pronouced "buy-ah-lik." Limbaugh belabored the point to stress that Bialek's last name was, according to him, pronounced like "buy-a-lick." He even made crude slurping noises to drive his point home....
And here's Michelle Malkin with a response:
So Bialek is single with a teenage child, with no discernible means of income, and employing a top Democrat hit woman celebrity attorney and her employment law partner.
Just a taste of what's to come. Meanwhile, Robert Stacy McCain says something I'm expecting to hear a lot in the weeks (months? years?) to come:
Will conservatives passively accept the power of the media (and Gloria Allred) to choose the GOP's presidential candidate? Will there be no pushback from conservatives against this?
Yup, that's right: we want Cain out of there because we're scared of his extraordinary crossover appeal! Yes, these people really believe this stuff. Me, I'm almost as sad about Cain's likely demise as I was when it became clear that Sarah Palin wasn't going to run and wouldn't be nominated if she did.
I'm waiting for the first winger to say that we're picking the GOP's nominee via dirty tricks just the way Nixon picked the Democratic nominee in '72. Or maybe none of them will say that, because that would require them to admit that Nixon was a bad guy.