First of all.... no one should take this as support for (or defense of) Nancy Pelosi. I have my own issues with the former Speaker of the House.
BUT..... if I were running for President of the United States... and I had recently been undergoing intense media and public scrutiny for the alleged sexual harassment of four women.... I might want to choose my words a little more carefully and avoid saying ANYTHING that sounded remotely misogynistic or sexist.
Apparently... that's one more area that Herman and I disagree upon.
At the very least, I'm put off by the notion of a Presidential candidate who resorts to rather juvenile, schoolyard sobriquets to describe a political opponent. But I also notice that Cain doesn't similarly refer to any of his male opponents by using derogatory or derisive nicknames.
If he had ever, even once, referred to Gingrich as, "Lardass McGee" or to Ron Paul
Tags: Herman Cain, sexual harassment, allegations, misogyny, name-calling, inappropriate, GOP, debates, primary election, Ron Paul, EventHorizon2012
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