Cain gets early comparison to Bill Clinton

Byron York:
Herman Cain's campaign headquarters has released a response to a story, broken this evening on Politico, that in the 1990s two female employees of the National Restaurant Association "complained to colleagues and senior association officials about inappropriate behavior by Cain," who at the time was head of the trade group.
Calling the story "thinly sourced allegations," Cain spokesman J.D. Gordon said: "Since Washington establishment critics haven't had much luck in attacking Mr. Cain's ideas to fix a bad economy and create jobs, they are trying to attack him in any way they can."  Gordon did not address any of the specific allegations in the report.  Asked for a more specific answer, the campaign did not provide details.
Roger L. Simon compares the story to the John Edwards affair and calls it a "Return of the High-Tech Lynching."  The liberals seem worried about his campaign.

The media did not show the same lust for the Clinton or the Edwards story.  The story would have had more credibility if it had been broken by Drudge or National Enquirer.


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