Cain Accuser: “No Value in Discussing Matter Further”

By John W. Lillpop

The woman who filed a formal sexual harassment complaint against Herman Cain at the end of the last century has decided to remain in the comfort and security of anonymity.

As reported, in part, at the reference:

One of the women who accused Republican presidential contender Herman Cain of sexual harassment released a statement through her lawyer Friday saying that she "stands by" her complaint, which was made "in good faith about a series of inappropriate behaviors and unwanted advances."

There was "more than one incident" of harassment involving Cain and his client over the span of a couple of months in 1999, attorney Joel Bennett said.

Bennett said his client, married for 26 years, will not reveal her identity because "she and her husband see no value in revisiting this matter now nor in discussing the matter any further publicly or privately."

"In fact," he added, "it would be extremely painful for her to do so."

Bennet’s statement comes as a huge disappointment to Democrat operatives and the mainstream media who had counted on breaking news alerts and headlines about Cain’s sexually abusive past for at least a fortnight, or until the uppity black was forced to abandon his ill-conceived,fanciful candidacy for the U.S. Presidency,

Democrats and the media had visions of daily revelations involving other women, all shielded by invisibility cloaks crafted by clever leftist lawyers, who would claim that Cain made them “uncomfortable,” in one manner or another.

Breaking news headlines would expose the kinky details about the gestures and words that Cain allegedly used to torture his victims with brutal discomfort.

Again, the operative word-- anonymous.

Muckrakers with contracts let by the DNC would let it be known that Cain was drinking heavily, and a firestorm would ensue with rumors that Cain was close to admitting his substance abuse problems and was seriously considering admitting himself to a rehabilitation center.

The strategy being, when all else fails, declare that you are a helpless victim of substance addiction, but that you are on the road to recovery and with God's help will be heard from again in the future. Ala, Anthony Weiner, etc, etc.

On and on it would go, while the truly important events of the day would wither and die from lack of attention.

Alas, it was just not meant to be because some unnamed woman did not wish to expose herself to the non-stop assault on her personal life that would happen were she to go public.

For that selfish act of cowardice, America owes her,whomever she happens to be, a debt of sincere gratitude.

Now, can we get on with the business of saving our blessed nation from the clutches of Barack Obama and his Marxist agenda?

Let’s get on with the urgent need to install a pro-American, pro-jobs, pro-business government that will listen to we the people.

America Needs Herman Cain!