Tuesday, November 15, 2011

David Axelrod's Pattern of Sexual Behavior

Ann Coulter wrote an illuminating column last week about David Axelrod, President Obama's top political advisor. His specialty is planting sexual scandals in the media about the President's opponents.
[A]s extensively detailed in my book Guilty: Liberal 'Victims' and Their Assault on America, the only reason Obama became a U.S. senator -- allowing him to run for president -- is that David Axelrod pulled sealed divorce records out of a hat, first, against Obama's Democratic primary opponent, and then against Obama's Republican opponent.  
Noman read "Guilty," and encourages you to do the same.  The appended article gives the shorthand version.
Luckily for Axelrod, Obama's opponent in the general election had also been divorced. 
The Republican nominee was Jack Ryan, a graduate of Dartmouth and Harvard law and business schools, who had left his lucrative partnership at Goldman Sachs to teach at an inner-city school on the South Side of Chicago.   
But in a child custody dispute some years earlier, Ryan's ex-wife, Hollywood sex kitten Jeri Lynn Ryan, had alleged that, while the couple was married, Jack had taken her to swingers clubs in Paris and New York.

Noman suspects that Jeri Ryan is not shy about her sexuality. The bad no-boy in him even wonders whether Jack or Jeri suggested the entertainment?

Minimally, before he got lathered up by salacious pre-election media accounts, Noman would want to know how they met, what the basis of their relationship was, whether it was regular behavior for them, and the like.  But, he would mostly have preferred not to know about their marriage.

Custody battles tend to get ugly and involve all sorts of accusations. This battle was contentious enough that court records had been permanently sealed. No problem for Axelrod.
Axelrod's courthouse moles obtained the "sealed" records and, in no time, they were in the hands of every political operative in Chicago. Knowing perfectly well what was in the records, Chicago Tribune attorneys flew to California and requested that the court officially "unseal" them -- over the objections of both Jack and Jeri Ryan. 
A California judge ordered them unsealed, which allowed newspapers to publish the salacious allegations, and four days later, Ryan dropped out of the race under pressure from idiot Republicans (who should be tracked down and shot). 
And that's how Obama became a senator four years after losing a congressional race to Bobby Rush. (In a disastrous turn of events, Rush was not divorced.)
Axelrod destroyed the only two men who stood between Obama and the Senate with illicitly obtained, lurid allegations from their pasts.
Coulter's column was occasioned by discovery that the most recent accusation of sexual impropriety leveled against Republican Presidential candidate Herman Cain was made by a neighbor of... surprise... Axelrod's, Sharon Bialek.

As the attached article describes, Ms. Bialek is hardly a credible witness. And, somehow, she managed to diminish what little gravitas she had by bringing Gloria "All Red" Allred onstage with her.  Long time followers of Ms. Allred's escapades know a three-ring-media-trial when they see one.
This time, Obama's little helpers have not only thrown a bomb into the Republican primary, but are hoping to destroy the man who deprives the Democrats of their only argument in 2012: If you oppose Obama, you must be a racist.
Bialek was forced to surrender her bite on the limelight after a whirlwind day on the all the national talk shows.

The damage to Cain has been done, however.  He was too new to the public eye to withstand scandal so early in his public courtship of the electorate.  

Neither he nor his wife Gloria are as slick at parsing reality as candidate Bill Clinton and Hillary were in 1992.  BTW, Noman marvels at the former President's skillfulness at turning his mendacious rebuttals of truthful accusations into a test of the media's character rather than his own.

Unlike the former President, Cain may not even be guilty.  That will not likely be enough to save him.

Noman has no idea of what happened in the 1990's when Cain was the President of the National Restaurant Association.  Nor does he know for certain who is behind this orchestrated campaign of character assassination, whether deserved or not.

But, he thought to disseminate Coulter's article to let people know that the President and his handlers have a history of operating this way.

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