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    This is the more interesting post....


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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    I think you can only use this trick every so often, and it was only a year ago they brought out the women who finally, after decades, decided to accuse Trump. They need to let people forget before they try it again.
    Oh come on...the same kind of crap was used against Bill Clinton...John Kerry was "swiftboated"...and Bush 43's military experience were all politically motivated claims made many many years after the fact. These tactics work because people like you forget or only believe the attacks that are leveled against your party.


    It's possible that Roy Moore did rape this woman when she was a kid, but the timing of her finally coming forward is suspicious and anyone who pretends not to notice is a party cultist who shouldn't be allowed to vote in our elections.
    Well as an obvious cultist, your right to vote should be rescinded as well...right??

    I'm also wondering why these establishment Republicans have already found this guy guilty based on mere accusations.
    Are you listening? The man is accused of sexual misconduct with children. What about that makes you think the "establishment" should jump up in support of him? Have you noted that most clarify their comments on Moore with "If true"? Did you listen to Moore's interview with Hannity? Moore essentially admitted the charges. Hannity used the most leading questions he could think of and Moore couldn't utter the simple word "No".

    Why do they want to get rid of him so bad?
    That should be pretty obvious. The guy is another nutjob.

    I got no dog in this fight and don't really know a whole lot about Roy Moore,
    Bull. If you had no dog in the fight then you wouldn't have posted.

    I'm just tired of these dirty political shenanigans.
    You mean you tire of political shenanigans against right wing politicians.

    I'd like a real government again instead of the corruption we have now.[/QUOTE
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    What in this story smacks of corruption?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hijinx View Post

    But it appears that many people in Alabama prefer to believe the Judge.IMO here are some of the reasons.
    The Washington Post's credibility is at a low low place.


    Here is the Hill and they say the same thing.
    http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/3...or-moore-after

    So your Hill article states that 37% of evangelical voters (yes, this article is about evangelicals...not ALL AL voters) are MORE likely to vote for Moore after the accusation. That's really interesting. Folks who claim to be religious are MORE likely to vote for a man because he has been accused of sexual misconduct with a child. Let that sink into your addled brain...if it can.

    BTW...as for candidate Moore...the totals of the most recent poll aren't as glowing as you represent:

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign...ma-senate-race

    Here is the actual poll:http://winwithjmc.com/wp-content/upl...ion-Poll-2.pdf

    Moore's status is significantly weaker now. The Dem is now leading. Question 6 addresses the accusations...more people are LESS likely to support Moore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by transporter View Post
    So your Hill article states that 37% of evangelical voters (yes, this article is about evangelicals...not ALL AL voters) are MORE likely to vote for Moore after the accusation. That's really interesting. Folks who claim to be religious are MORE likely to vote for a man because he has been accused of sexual misconduct with a child. Let that sink into your addled brain...if it can.

    BTW...as for candidate Moore...the totals of the most recent poll aren't as glowing as you represent:

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign...ma-senate-race

    Here is the actual poll:http://winwithjmc.com/wp-content/upl...ion-Poll-2.pdf

    Moore's status is significantly weaker now. The Dem is now leading. Question 6 addresses the accusations...more people are LESS likely to support Moore.
    Accused-----alleged----Most say IF he is guilty

    You see that is the whole thing in a nutshell.
    Until the paid accusations came forward there was no child molestation.
    That is the beef in the whole thing. The Democrats and yourself know that a mere accusation can condemn this man.
    After the election we will hear no more of it.
    It will die out and these women will disappear.
    And this man's reputation will be ruined.

    Democrats are really good at it.

    LMAO love your poll.Polls have done so well for you snowflakes.,

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    Moore's status is significantly weaker now. The Dem is now leading. Question 6 addresses the accusations...more people are LESS likely to support Moore.
    That is the point of this whole exercise. Ruin this man's reputation and get a Democrat in office.
    One of the oldest dirty tricks in the Democrat election plan.
    Even Obama himself used it to become a US Senator. A nothing who destroyed a man to get ahead.

    So according to your poll , it's working. Aren't you proud.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by transporter View Post
    Oh come on...the same kind of crap was used against Bill Clinton...
    I appreciate you starting out with bull#### so I know not to waste my time reading further.

    You call it "crap", and yet Willie Jeff was impeached over it. Oh, and there's the part where he actually admitted it.

    I can only presume the rest of your post is equally as ignorant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by transporter View Post
    So your Hill article states that 37% of evangelical voters ......


    Question 8: Given the allegations that have come out about Roy Moore’s alleged sexual misconduct against four underage women, are you more or less likely to support him as a result of these allegations?

    More Likely 29%
    Less Likely 38%
    No Difference 33%


    I don't see an Evangelical section in that question

    Question 9: Would you describe yourself as an evangelical Christian?
    CURRENT PREVIOUS
    Yes 58% 53%
    No 27% 32%
    Undecided 15% 14%

    nor do i see this Question into the previous one
    We’re tempted to suggest a conspiracy here — but it’s just liberals agreeing yet again that conservatives have hidden, evil motives, because modern liberals simply can’t conceive of any other reason to disagree with the liberal consensus.

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    I was just thinking - partly because in all honesty, I've paid very little attention to this story......

    Do we yet have an accusation of an actual crime yet?

    I'm asking because while the situation seems creepy, I haven't seen anything akin to rape or assault.
    You might not like a guy because he did something weird 40 years ago - a man in his early thirties seeing a high school age girl - but is it a crime yet?
    Is what he did different from something *I* probably did IN high school?

    And I am curious about one thing -

    With things like murder and rape - I think it's justified to NEVER let it drop. You kill someone, you rape someone, 20, 30, 50 years ago, it's still wrong and bad and you should not get away with it.

    If you bully some kid in high school - and you're now in your sixties - geez, let it drop.

    The Democrats were willing to forgive Robert Byrd because he put the KKK behind him (although he was never above using the N word).
    They were willing to let go of the racist past of George Wallace - in part, because after his shooting - he did actually earn forgiveness.

    Now if I did something lewd in high school - at what point do people think you know what? That was a long time ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamSpade View Post
    The Democrats were willing to forgive Robert Byrd because he put the KKK behind him (although he was never above using the N word).
    Of course they forgive him - he's a Democrat. Just like feminists fell all over themselves to excuse Willie Jeff's sexual predation. And encouraged Huma Abedin to go back to her skeevy pedo pervert husband.

    But you let some Republican so much as compliment a woman...

    Remember the hysterical flap when Trump remarked to the French president's wife that she was in great shape? They screamed at the sky so much you'd have thought Trump threw her down on the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    And encouraged Huma Abedin to go back to her skeevy pedo pervert husband.
    It was only last year I realized why she doesn't take his last name.
    “Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority. It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters.".Daniel Webster

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamSpade View Post
    It was only last year I realized why she doesn't take his last name.
    SNORT!!

    I'm ashamed to say that took me a second.
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