Bill Kurtis veteran CBS says that Bialak is *cough* well known

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    Bill Kurtis was very blunt in clips Levin just played of an interview he did on WLS yesterday.

    And YOWZAH. He pulled no punches. She had worked for CBS. He says there is way more to this story because she is so "well known".

    And if anything if she was in the car with Herman and I quote " the situation could very well have been reversed".

    I'm going to try to get audio links to this, but I heard this with my own two ears just now. Bill Kurtis is a veteran CBS reporter.

    Highly respected.

    ETA: I just checked at Levin and they are spelling his name with a K.
     
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    Some folks are going to be sooo000o very disappointed if we soon discover that Mr. Cain didn't actually do anything wrong.

    If it was just a smear job and Mr. Cain actually IS an innocent man, some of these pecker-heads will be surprised to discover that somebody peddled bullshit and that they have bought it, sight unseen, lock, stock and barrel.

    Few will feel the shame, though.

    They deserve to be ashamed, even now.

    But even if this thing gets completely and totally exposed as a purely dishonest, hateful smear campaign, they won't feel ANY shame about how they jumped to the conclusion they were TOLD to believe.
     
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    Here is a link to the radio clip of Bill Kurtis in that interview -interesting what he implies people who knew her at CBS had to say about her "credibility".

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    DES MOINES, Iowa — A conservative Iowa radio host, who on Wednesday became the latest person to accuse Herman Cain of acting inappropriately toward women, declined to offer specifics about the presidential candidate’s behavior but suggested that Cain was “compromised in his private life.”

    Steve Deace, who hosts a syndicated two-hour radio program in Iowa, said that two of his female staff members were subjected to “inappropriate and awkward” comments by Cain. But he refused to identify them or elaborate on the seriousness of the allegations.

    After his show on Wednesday night, Deace held an impromptu press conference outside his Des Moines studio while his two female staff members rushed out of the building, escorted by two men who attempted to keep reporters away.

    One of the women was identified to ABC News by an independent source as a victim of the behavior Deace mentioned. Both of the women repeatedly refused to comment on anything related to the controversy.

    Deace, an influential conservative figure in the state, declined to say whether he had the women’s consent before going public with the allegations, but added, “As a staff we are very tight and we are very close and we share everything with one another.”

    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politic...-herman-cain-compromised-in-his-private-life/
     
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    Oh thank you for putting that up. I'm running blind and deaf with audio and youtube clips because I have such an ancient beast of a computer.

    I greatly appreciate this.
     
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    And for those that don't know who he is, he is seriously respected and an old time journalist when they actually had credibility.

    Here's a bit of his bio.

    Bill Kurtis (born William Horton Kuretich; September 21, 1940) is an American television journalist, producer, narrator, and news anchor. He is also the current host of A&E crime and news documentary shows, including Investigative Reports, American Justice, and Cold Case Files. Previously, he anchored CBS Morning News, and was the longtime anchor at WBBM-TV, the CBS owned-and-operated TV station in Chicago (a role to which he has recently returned).
     
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    Interesting

    Bill Kurtis is a credible guy in my opinion.
     
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    Sharon's gonna have some 'splainin to do....

    On his radio program Tuesday, Mark Levin aired a clip of veteran journalist and CBS anchor Bill Kurtis on WLS saying that Herman Cain’s accuser, Sharon Bialek, is a former CBS employee with a “track record.” Given her checkered past, a chuckling Kurtis posited that Bialek‘s and Cain’s roles in the alleged car-incident could even have been reversed.

    Some of Kurtis’ observations on Bialek were as follows:

    “She has a history.”

    “There is a lot more to this story.”

    “I can assure you that there will be far more to this story.”

    “Let’s put Herman or Sharon in the car and say their roles may even have been reversed, given her track record here.”

    Bialek worked for CBS radio station WCKG from 2006-2007.


    It's going to go viral.

    Bless your soul Levin.:eusa_angel:
     
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    Very credible. And his tone was most definitely in the mocking range. Jaw dropping interview.

    I see a swift boat moment in Sharon's future.:lol:
     

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