American Thinker's Mark J. Fitzgibbons has a great piece today contrasting the reporting on weak allegations against Herman Cain's supposed behavior 12 years ago and the verified, incriminating evidence against the current White House that Congress is finding in the Solyndra deal. It makes us think that maybe that's been the plan all along...
Contrast coverage of the Herman Cain story with reporting on the White House's obstruction of justice in response to a House subpoena in the Solyndra scandal.
A half billion dollars in taxpayer money was siphoned in what may be unlawful and unethical circumstances. Evidence points to involvement by the White House. Again, the reporting would be much different had the White House been in Republican hands.
With their attention trained on whether Republicans are slapping butts, the liberal media don't seem to focus on government corruption and lawbreaking. For example, it's been disclosed that more Democratic contributors (Wall Street's Lazard, Ltd.) were paid $1 million by the Department of Energy to analyze a potential bailout of Solyndra.
Maybe the media could ask whether anyone at DOE actually does any work themselves, or do they just outsource the work and write checks to Democratic contributors?
Not to minimize sexual harassment, we at Illinois Review would like to hear as much reporting about what the White House has done to coverup its mishandling of the very expensive, taxpayer-funded Solyndra affair as Cain has done in mishandling his campaign's reaction to its first and possibly only opponent-manufactured crisis.
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/11/cain_accusers.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter#ixzz1d1VANnlO