Herman Cain has been accused of committing sexual harassment while with the National Restaurant Association in the 90s and the media has been more than happy to turn the scandal into the latest piece of the mindless 24/7 news coverage. But why is no one asking the tough questions - and why is Cain's camp doing such a bad job responding to the news?
"I like Herman Cain. Do I think he's a sexual predator? No, I don't. I don't think Herman Cain is a sexual predator. Do I think that something happened that he said something like, 'Hey, you're as short as my wife'? I don't even know what that means. I mean, what is the problem with that?" Glenn said on radio.
"I'm so sick of this crap, 'It made me feel uncomfortable.' Get over it!" Pat said
"Again, political correctness is to get us to stop talking to each other and feel uncomfortable saying tough things," Glenn said.
"And in story after story I've seen these charges referred to as nonsexual genders ‑‑ gestures. How do you charge one with sexual harassment when they're nonsexual gestures?" Pat wondered.
"The second part of this is, then why did he settle? Then why did he settle? That's exactly what companies do. Companies ‑‑ and the trial lawyers know it, and the people who are suing know it. They get money for these charges because it's not worth fighting," Glenn said.
" I hate it, but that's the way business is done because it's just not worth it," Glenn added.
"It's 15 years ago and he's not a presidential candidate, he's not in politics. He's just a guy running a company. He's trying to do what's best for the company. Now that's of course his version of it," Stu said.
The conversation then shifted to Cain's latest campaign ad which features his campaign manager smoking a cigarette.
"Call me crazy, and people do. I think that what's happening here is a new phenomena in America," Glenn explained.
"The first thing you think of is, who is advising this guy? Who is advising? Who's running this guy's campaign? Nobody ‑‑ and then in a way that turns out to be a good thing. Because you're like, it ain't Karl Rove. It ain't the GOP. It's not the usual suspects," Glenn said.
Rather than Washington insiders like Karl Rove, Cain's team at least appears to be honest, everyday people in the ad.
"I think people appreciate the honesty and the lack of slickness. We're tired of slick. We've seen what slick can do. Now let's see what not slick can do. And I personally think that he has handled this sexual thing horribly, horribly," Glenn added.
"The media's after (Caom) in a ridiculous way. I just feel like he has this way about him which he seems to be able to turn little tiny things into bigger things," Stu added.