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Reply #30 posted 11/14/17 6:07am

poppys

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This is sort of off topic but I've been amazed at how effective the GOP has been through decades of making the republican brand synonymous with God or Christianity. There are people right now in Alabama ACTUALLY STRUGGLING whether or not to vote for this guy vs. the democrat, Doug Jones I think his name is. It's as if they think they'll go to hell for voting for someone who's not republican. lol lol

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Of course they can write-in someone else but unless it's an organized effort, Roy Moore could still very well win. Thankfully, the leaders in the GOP have tools they can legally use to ensure he doesn't serve in the Senate.

Haha, they're goin to hell if they don't vote for the child molester. What a quandry.

You're right about the Democrat being Doug Jones but I had to look. See? He has no name recognition, unlike Judge Roy. There should be a full on door-knocking Dem campaign going on in Alabama right now. There are a lot of blue voters there. For one thing, it is 26% African American. This is where voting laws, access to polling places, gerrymandering and good ole voter suppression come in to play.

Some tricks - very few polling places so you have to wait a long time, make the polling place hard to get to if you don't have a car, make the hours very short so you can't go before/after work. The kicker is to make it in a real small space so everybody has to stand in a long line outside for hours. They do this in Louisiana too, more in the smaller towns.

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Reply #31 posted 11/14/17 6:44am

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PennyPurple said:

Musicslave said:

This is sort of off topic but I've been amazed at how effective the GOP has been through decades of making the republican brand synonymous with God or Christianity. There are people right now in Alabama ACTUALLY STRUGGLING whether or not to vote for this guy vs. the democrat, Doug Jones I think his name is. It's as if they think they'll go to hell for voting for someone who's not republican. lol lol

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Of course they can write-in someone else but unless it's an organized effort, Roy Moore could still very well win. Thankfully, the leaders in the GOP have tools they can legally use to ensure he doesn't serve in the Senate.

I kinda think he will be elected. Let's hope the GOP can have him removed, but I don't hold out any hope of that. Once he's in, he's in.

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http://www.denverpost.com/2017/11/13/cory-gardner-roy-moore-senate-expel/

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Cory Gardner: If Roy Moore wins election, Senate should expel him

Colorado Republican who leads GOP Senate fundraising ratchets up rhetoric on embattled Senate candidate from Alabama

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U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner on Monday ratcheted up his position on Roy Moore, saying the Alabama Republican facing multiple accusatio...misconduct with minors should end his U.S. Senate candidacy and that the chamber should kick him out if he stays in and wins.

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“I believe the individuals speaking out against Roy Moore spoke with courage and truth, proving he is unfit to serve in the United States Senate and he should not run for office,” Gardner said in a statement. “If he refuses to withdraw and wins, the Senate should vote to expel him, because he does not meet the ethical and moral requirements of the United States Senate.

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Gardner’s comments follow a similar statement Monday from Senate Majori... McConnell, who also said he believes Moore’s accusers and that Moore should bow out of the U.S. Senate race in Alabama.

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Gardner and the Senate Republican fundraising machine he leads have evolved in their position on Moore.

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The National Republican Senatorial Committee initially backed Moore’s primary opponent, incumbent U.S. Sen. Luther Strange, but the NRSC later switched to backing Moore, who beat out Strange in late September for the party nomination.

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Allegations of sexual misconduct published last week by Th...ngton Post led Gardner to say Moore should leave the race if those claims proved to be true. A day later, Gardner said the NRSC would end its fundraising relat...with Moore.

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Other Republican lawmakers from Colorado weighed in Monday on Moore’s situation.

U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman: “Roy Moore should do what is in the best interest for the people of Alabama and step down. The overwhelming allegations are in direct conflict not only with the ethical values of the Republican Party, but of anyone who wants to serve in the United States Senate.”

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U.S Rep. Ken Buck: “Anybody who commits sexual harassment or assault needs to be punished, and that’s why I believe these allegations should be thoroughly investigated. Both parties deserve due process.”

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Reply #32 posted 11/14/17 6:54am

Musicslave

poppys said:

Musicslave said:

This is sort of off topic but I've been amazed at how effective the GOP has been through decades of making the republican brand synonymous with God or Christianity. There are people right now in Alabama ACTUALLY STRUGGLING whether or not to vote for this guy vs. the democrat, Doug Jones I think his name is. It's as if they think they'll go to hell for voting for someone who's not republican. lol lol

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Of course they can write-in someone else but unless it's an organized effort, Roy Moore could still very well win. Thankfully, the leaders in the GOP have tools they can legally use to ensure he doesn't serve in the Senate.

Haha, they're goin to hell if they don't vote for the child molester. What a quandry.

You're right about the Democrat being Doug Jones but I had to look. See? He has no name recognition, unlike Judge Roy. There should be a full on door-knocking Dem campaign going on in Alabama right now. There are a lot of blue voters there. For one thing, it is 26% African American. This is where voting laws, access to polling places, gerrymandering and good ole voter suppression come in to play.

Some tricks - very few polling places so you have to wait a long time, make the polling place hard to get to if you don't have a car, make the hours very short so you can't go before/after work. The kicker is to make it in a real small space so everybody has to stand in a long line outside for hours. They do this in Louisiana too, more in the smaller towns.

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http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/doug-jones-leads-roy-moore-by-4-points-in-alabama-poll/article/2640459

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A new poll out Sunday has Republican Roy Moore losing to Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama’s upcoming special Senate election.

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The poll, conducted by JMC Analytics and Polling, has Jones at 46 percent compared to Moore’s 42 percent among likely voters. More than half of those surveyed were 65 or older and described themselves as an evangelical Christian.

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Moore was heavily favored to win the election, but the race has tightened in the last month. Molestation allegations against Moore dropped on Thursday, sending Republicans into a tailspin over what to do about their candidate. Moore has said he plans to stay in the race.

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Among voters who remain undecided, Jones again beats Moore with 48 percent saying they are leaning toward the Democrat compared to 44 percent leaning toward Moore. The poll was conducted on Nov. 9 — the day the allegations against Moore became public — and on Nov. 11.

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State officials said it’s too late to take Moore’s name off the ballot.

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Republicans in Congress are mulling what options they have to block Moore from taking the Senate seat. There’s talk of delaying the special election, and encouraging Sen. Luther Strange R-Ala., who lost to Moore in the Republican primary to mount a write-in bid, according to the New York Times.

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There’s also buzz among Republicans about expelling Moore once he elected.

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Reply #33 posted 11/14/17 7:14am

poppys

http://thehill.com/homene...-roy-moore


Even the cranky and no longer relevant are getting some press outta this:

George Will: Doug Jones deserves to beat Roy Moore

By Mallory Shelbourne - 11/13/17 03:09 PM EST



moorejones1.jpg?itok=eZePpqL6

In the column, the conservative pundit writes that Moore deserves to lose, concluding that perhaps a win in the SEC championship football game on Dec. 2 will lead Alabama to back a candidate “worthy of its football team.”

"If so, Roll Tide," Will writes.

Will also criticizes evangelical Christians supporting Moore, arguing their “pose as uniquely moral Americans” is revealed to be “ridiculous” by backing a candidate accused of having a sexual contact at the age of 32 with a 14-year-old girl.

“Evangelical Christians who embrace Moore are serving the public good by making ridiculous their pose as uniquely moral Americans, and by revealing their leaders to be especially grotesque specimens of the vanity — vanity about virtue — that is curdling politics,” he writes.


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Reply #34 posted 11/15/17 5:36am

Musicslave

poppys said:

Musicslave said:

This is sort of off topic but I've been amazed at how effective the GOP has been through decades of making the republican brand synonymous with God or Christianity. There are people right now in Alabama ACTUALLY STRUGGLING whether or not to vote for this guy vs. the democrat, Doug Jones I think his name is. It's as if they think they'll go to hell for voting for someone who's not republican. lol lol

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Of course they can write-in someone else but unless it's an organized effort, Roy Moore could still very well win. Thankfully, the leaders in the GOP have tools they can legally use to ensure he doesn't serve in the Senate.

Haha, they're goin to hell if they don't vote for the child molester. What a quandry.

You're right about the Democrat being Doug Jones but I had to look. See? He has no name recognition, unlike Judge Roy. There should be a full on door-knocking Dem campaign going on in Alabama right now. There are a lot of blue voters there. For one thing, it is 26% African American. This is where voting laws, access to polling places, gerrymandering and good ole voter suppression come in to play.

Some tricks - very few polling places so you have to wait a long time, make the polling place hard to get to if you don't have a car, make the hours very short so you can't go before/after work. The kicker is to make it in a real small space so everybody has to stand in a long line outside for hours. They do this in Louisiana too, more in the smaller towns.

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Ahhh.... There's nothing like the sound of corporate sponsors pulling the plug on their advertising dollars......

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Excerpts below...

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/11/15/even-sean-hannity-has-had-it-with-roy-moore-gives-him-24-hours-to-explain-inconsistencies/?utm_term=.101b3d4df4da

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Even Sean Hannity has had it with Roy Moore, gives candidate 24 hours to explain ‘inconsistencies’

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Fox News host Sean Hannity has given up defending Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama, telling viewers Tuesday night the judge has “24 hours” to explain conflicting answers to the sexual misconduct allegations against him.

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“You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies,” Hannity said. “You must remove any doubt. If he can’t do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race.”

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Hannity’s escalated remarks came days after critics bashed the conservative host for appearing to defend Moore and suggesting that the accusations against him might be false. The wave of criticism prompted coffeemaker company Keurig and other sponsors to say they would no longer be advertising on Hannity’s Fox News show.

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During a Thursday radio show, Hannity asked how one could “possibly tell, know the truth.” He appeared to imply that the alleged encounters were “consensual,” but later apologized and said he misspoke.

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Speaking on his Fox News broadcast Thursday night, Hannity said “every single person in this country deserves the presumption of innocence” and that “none of us knows the truth of what happened 38 years ago.”

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In an exchange with Hannity on his radio show Friday, Moore did not outright deny dating teenagers when he was in his 30s. When asked if he remembered “dating girls that young at that time” Moore responded “not generally, no,” and said he did not recall ever dating any girl without the permission of the mother.

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Tuesday, a day after another woman went public in a news conference with accusations against Moore, Hannity seemed to change his tune.

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Moore’s answers, Hannity said, now seemed “inconsistent.”

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“You know I do not and will never rush to judgment, because we have seen the media and politicians get it wrong so many times,” he said. But Moore’s conflicting accounts demanded a full explanation, he said.

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Two women have accused Moore of initiating sexual contact with them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s. Leigh Corfman told The Washington Post that she was 14 when Moore — then an assistant district attorney in Alabama — took her to his house and touched her sexually.

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Beverly Young Nelson said at a news conference Monday that she was 16 when Moore sexually assaulted her and bruised her neck. Three other women interviewed by The Post said Moore pursued them when they were between the ages of 16 and 18 and he was in his early 30s.

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Moore has denied the sexual misconduct allegations. He said that he does not know Nelson. But in the Monday news conference, Nelson displayed a 1977 high school yearbook with Moore’s signature.

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Some of Moore’s supporters on Twitter blamed the advertising boycott for Hannity’s sudden change of tune.

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A slew of companies — including Realtor.com, Volvo Car USA, Nature’s Bounty, Eloquii, and 23 and Me — have suggested on Twitter in recent days that they would be pulling ads from Hannity’s show.

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After Keurig tweeted that it would be removing ads from Hannity’s show, fans of the Fox News host called for a boycott of Keurig products. Videos of Hannity supporters smashing Keurig machines to pieces in protest went viral.

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Reply #35 posted 11/15/17 6:08am

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Hannity is back tracking because he is losing advertisers. I can't stand Hannity anyways.

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Reply #36 posted 11/15/17 7:19am

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PennyPurple said:

Hannity is back tracking because he is losing advertisers. I can't stand Hannity anyways.



Agreed. Hannity :puke:

But as a Republican, if even Sean Hannity is questioning your behavior, you have problems.
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Reply #37 posted 11/15/17 9:56am

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leftcoast said:

PennyPurple said:

Hannity is back tracking because he is losing advertisers. I can't stand Hannity anyways.

Agreed. Hannity barf But as a Republican, if even Sean Hannity is questioning your behavior, you have problems.

Exactly. When I saw that I though, there is the next nail in the coffin.

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Reply #38 posted 11/15/17 10:41am

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He and Milo have a lot in common now.

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Reply #39 posted 11/15/17 2:25pm

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Moore's lawyer is a gem:

https://www.alternet.org/...4-year-old

HeeHaw didn't go off the air.

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Reply #40 posted 11/15/17 8:18pm

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this scandal is getting out of control.This guy should just do the right thing and withdraw from the race.He’s putting a lot of people (including his family) in a very difficult position.
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Reply #41 posted 11/16/17 1:50am

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PennyPurple said:

Hannity is back tracking because he is losing advertisers. I can't stand Hannity anyways.

lol

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Reply #42 posted 11/16/17 6:19am

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this scandal is getting out of control.This guy should just do the right thing and withdraw from the race.He’s putting a lot of people (including his family) in a very difficult position.

Yes because it's getting real messy.
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Reply #43 posted 11/16/17 6:39am

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Hannity is all about the bucks.

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Reply #44 posted 11/16/17 6:57am

poppys

2elijah said:

SoulAlive said:
this scandal is getting out of control.This guy should just do the right thing and withdraw from the race.He’s putting a lot of people (including his family) in a very difficult position.
Yes because it's getting real messy.

Messy indeed.


https://www.msn.com/en-us...smsnnews11

Alabama GOP refuses to abandon Roy Moore after new allegations

That reporting added two new names Wednesday to the group of women said to have accused Moore of having made inappropriate advances. AL.com reported that a woman from Gadsden, in northwest Alabama, said Moore groped her while she was in his law office on legal business in 1991.

AL.com also reported that another woman said Moore approached her at a mall restaurant in Gadsden in 1982, when she was 17 and Moore was in his early 30s, and asked her out on a date.

According to AL.com, the woman said she turned Moore down and asked, "Do you know how old I am?" AL.com reported that the woman quoted Moore as responding: "Yeah. I go out with girls your age all the time."

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Reply #45 posted 11/16/17 8:28am

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poppys said:



2elijah said:


SoulAlive said:
this scandal is getting out of control.This guy should just do the right thing and withdraw from the race.He’s putting a lot of people (including his family) in a very difficult position.

Yes because it's getting real messy.

Messy indeed.


https://www.msn.com/en-us...smsnnews11

Alabama GOP refuses to abandon Roy Moore after new allegations


That reporting added two new names Wednesday to the group of women said to have accused Moore of having made inappropriate advances. AL.com reported that a woman from Gadsden, in northwest Alabama, said Moore groped her while she was in his law office on legal business in 1991.


AL.com also reported that another woman said Moore approached her at a mall restaurant in Gadsden in 1982, when she was 17 and Moore was in his early 30s, and asked her out on a date.


According to AL.com, the woman said she turned Moore down and asked, "Do you know how old I am?" AL.com reported that the woman quoted Moore as responding: "Yeah. I go out with girls your age all the time."


With so many women coming forward, it's obvious Moore has a problem he refuses to acknowledge.
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Reply #46 posted 11/16/17 9:13am

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2elijah said:

poppys said:

Messy indeed.


https://www.msn.com/en-us...smsnnews11

Alabama GOP refuses to abandon Roy Moore after new allegations

That reporting added two new names Wednesday to the group of women said to have accused Moore of having made inappropriate advances. AL.com reported that a woman from Gadsden, in northwest Alabama, said Moore groped her while she was in his law office on legal business in 1991.

AL.com also reported that another woman said Moore approached her at a mall restaurant in Gadsden in 1982, when she was 17 and Moore was in his early 30s, and asked her out on a date.

According to AL.com, the woman said she turned Moore down and asked, "Do you know how old I am?" AL.com reported that the woman quoted Moore as responding: "Yeah. I go out with girls your age all the time."

With so many women coming forward, it's obvious Moore has a problem he refuses to acknowledge.

This guy is a degenerate

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Reply #47 posted 11/16/17 3:29pm

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And as of his press conference today, he is still not stepping aside.

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Reply #48 posted 11/16/17 10:37pm

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He has no reason to step down. He's hugely popular with the Alabama base. These people think that homophobic, racist, sexist McConnell is a Rino????? These people think that Liberals are ready to go into the streets and start killing Christians. These people are fucking crazy. Today's press conference says it all bout these nutters.

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Reply #49 posted 11/17/17 3:15am

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jjhunsecker said:



2elijah said:


poppys said:


Messy indeed.


https://www.msn.com/en-us...smsnnews11

Alabama GOP refuses to abandon Roy Moore after new allegations


That reporting added two new names Wednesday to the group of women said to have accused Moore of having made inappropriate advances. AL.com reported that a woman from Gadsden, in northwest Alabama, said Moore groped her while she was in his law office on legal business in 1991.


AL.com also reported that another woman said Moore approached her at a mall restaurant in Gadsden in 1982, when she was 17 and Moore was in his early 30s, and asked her out on a date.


According to AL.com, the woman said she turned Moore down and asked, "Do you know how old I am?" AL.com reported that the woman quoted Moore as responding: "Yeah. I go out with girls your age all the time."



With so many women coming forward, it's obvious Moore has a problem he refuses to acknowledge.

This guy is a degenerate


He's a sicko. His wife seems to be in denial or brushes it off as just
something, many men do. I wonder how comfortable some of the women on his staff will feel working for him, if he is elected and nothing done with the accusations. That means he could get away with it over and over again, which will make it more difficult for women to file claims for sexual assault, in the workplace or outside of it.

I think ever since Bill got caught with his pants down, now many rightwingers will use that as an excuse to doenplay these types of accusations against republicans. Many of them certainly keep using that to downplay trump's behavior, as some are doing to downplay the accusations against Moore.
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Reply #50 posted 11/17/17 5:29am

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2elijah said:

jjhunsecker said:

This guy is a degenerate

He's a sicko. His wife seems to be in denial or brushes it off as just something, many men do. I wonder how comfortable some of the women on his staff will feel working for him, if he is elected and nothing done with the accusations. That means he could get away with it over and over again, which will make it more difficult for women to file claims for sexual assault, in the workplace or outside of it.


well said


I think ever since Bill got caught with his pants down, now many rightwingers will use that as an excuse to doenplay these types of accusations against republicans. Many of them certainly keep using that to downplay trump's behavior, as some are doing to downplay the accusations against Moore.


Are you on record condemning Bill's actions or is it only NOW you are?

and I have not seen Bill's acts used to excuse Trump's but I have seen it used to show that the left ignored bill's for decades and held Trump to a very different standard.

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Reply #51 posted 11/17/17 5:30am

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He has no reason to step down. He's hugely popular with the Alabama base. These people think that homophobic, racist, sexist McConnell is a Rino????? These people think that Liberals are ready to go into the streets and start killing Christians. These people are fucking crazy. Today's press conference says it all bout these nutters.

I think you are a little off the mark... and he will not win if he wins he will not serve.

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lazycrockett said:

He has no reason to step down. He's hugely popular with the Alabama base. These people think that homophobic, racist, sexist McConnell is a Rino????? These people think that Liberals are ready to go into the streets and start killing Christians. These people are fucking crazy. Today's press conference says it all bout these nutters.



One supporter was quoted as saying it didn't really matter to her if Moore did it or didn't- the important thing is that "he walks with God" ! 😳
Obviously you are dealing with a lot of people to whom facts or reason doesn't really matter
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Reply #53 posted 11/17/17 8:04am

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jjhunsecker said:

lazycrockett said:

He has no reason to step down. He's hugely popular with the Alabama base. These people think that homophobic, racist, sexist McConnell is a Rino????? These people think that Liberals are ready to go into the streets and start killing Christians. These people are fucking crazy. Today's press conference says it all bout these nutters.

One supporter was quoted as saying it didn't really matter to her if Moore did it or didn't- the important thing is that "he walks with God" ! 😳 Obviously you are dealing with a lot of people to whom facts or reason doesn't really matter

Backwoods, uneducated, knuckledragging, gun humping, fake Christians. These people are more important than educated, open-minded, inclusive, logical Americans, or so we were told in the last election. Do away with the electoral college and we can take this country back. In the meantime, LOCK HIM UP.

Matthew 5:38-39
“You have heard that it was said, ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.’ But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.
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Reply #54 posted 11/17/17 8:05am

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jjhunsecker said:

lazycrockett said:

He has no reason to step down. He's hugely popular with the Alabama base. These people think that homophobic, racist, sexist McConnell is a Rino????? These people think that Liberals are ready to go into the streets and start killing Christians. These people are fucking crazy. Today's press conference says it all bout these nutters.

One supporter was quoted as saying it didn't really matter to her if Moore did it or didn't- the important thing is that "he walks with God" ! 😳 Obviously you are dealing with a lot of people to whom facts or reason doesn't really matter

Hence the title Crazy in Alabama?

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Reply #55 posted 11/17/17 8:22am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

2elijah said:

jjhunsecker said: He's a sicko. His wife seems to be in denial or brushes it off as just something, many men do. I wonder how comfortable some of the women on his staff will feel working for him, if he is elected and nothing done with the accusations. That means he could get away with it over and over again, which will make it more difficult for women to file claims for sexual assault, in the workplace or outside of it.


well said


I think ever since Bill got caught with his pants down, now many rightwingers will use that as an excuse to doenplay these types of accusations against republicans. Many of them certainly keep using that to downplay trump's behavior, as some are doing to downplay the accusations against Moore.


Are you on record condemning Bill's actions or is it only NOW you are?

and I have not seen Bill's acts used to excuse Trump's but I have seen it used to show that the left ignored bill's for decades and held Trump to a very different standard.

Ignored what? He was impeached. Unlike Trump, he actually paid the price for lying.

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SupaFunkyOrgangrinderSexy said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

Ignored what? He was impeached. Unlike Trump, he actually paid the price for lying.

what law did trump break?

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Making money from Russia.

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Reply #58 posted 11/17/17 10:18am

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Making money from Russia.

not a crime

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Emalluments clause.

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