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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    I'm also wondering why these establishment Republicans have already found this guy guilty based on mere accusations.
    I listen to WMAL Monday AMs just to hear Joe Digenova's view on things. Yes, he is a diehard conservative, for the most part. I was surprised at his take on this, he came across as vehemently agreeing with Moore has to go. Listen for yourself below, believe his comments on Moore are in the last half of the tape.

    http://www.wmal.com/2017/11/13/liste...t-so-pathetic/

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    Now we have a new one. Beverly Nelson, who claims Moore felt her up when she was 16.
    This one has an attorney.

    Guess Who.Gloria Allred. Gloria must have sniffed out some money.

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    I don't like the way he responded to the questions on Hannity. I believe that Moore, at some point, did something regrettable, if not illegal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy View Post
    I listen to WMAL Monday AMs just to hear Joe Digenova's view on things. Yes, he is a diehard conservative, for the most part. I was surprised at his take on this, he came across as vehemently agreeing with Moore has to go. Listen for yourself below, believe his comments on Moore are in the last half of the tape.

    http://www.wmal.com/2017/11/13/liste...t-so-pathetic/
    I don't need to listen to something I've been hearing every single day for the last week from every slimebag politician and pedophile celebrity in America.

    Anyone who thinks "Moore has to go" based on accusations with no proof is a hack and should be disregarded. That these people don't question the timing of these "bombshells" makes a much bigger statement than whatever is spilling out their blow hole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlice View Post
    I don't like the way he responded to the questions on Hannity. I believe that Moore, at some point, did something regrettable, if not illegal.
    I think it was stupid for him to do that interview. If he had a lawyer at that time, his lawyer should have advised him to shut up. Anyone facing possible criminal charges should shut their mouths.

    However, having watched that interview, his answers were inconsistent, but there was nothing he said that could be construed as criminal. He has, at its core, denied these accusations. That coupled with the fact that no evidence has been presented to us, I am having a hard time making that leap to guilt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PsyOps View Post
    That coupled with the fact that no evidence has been presented to us, I am having a hard time making that leap to guilt.
    That doesn't seem to be stopping the Republican swamp critters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PsyOps View Post
    I think it was stupid for him to do that interview. If he had a lawyer at that time, his lawyer should have advised him to shut up. Anyone facing possible criminal charges should shut their mouths.

    However, having watched that interview, his answers were inconsistent, but there was nothing he said that could be construed as criminal. He has, at its core, denied these accusations. That coupled with the fact that no evidence has been presented to us, I am having a hard time making that leap to guilt.
    Agree. I'm curious, though. How does one present evidence of impropriety after 50 yrs?

    I also just read that the writing in the yearbook has been analyzed, and it's not Moore's writing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlice View Post
    Agree. I'm curious, though. How does one present evidence of impropriety after 50 yrs?

    I also just read that the writing in the yearbook has been analyzed, and it's not Moore's writing.
    Lot of strange things about that year book...writing is obviously different, and whats the deal about Christmas..don't all yearbooks come out at the end of the school year?? And referring to the restaurant as Olde...when it was never Olde, it was Old

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy View Post
    Lot of strange things about that year book...writing is obviously different, and whats the deal about Christmas..don't all yearbooks come out at the end of the school year?? And referring to the restaurant as Olde...when it was never Olde, it was Old
    It certainly makes it look like a witch hunt, doesn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mAlice View Post
    How does one present evidence of impropriety after 50 yrs?
    They don't really need any evidence, do they? Justice is not what they're after here; getting rid of Roy Moore so they can pick up a Democrat Senate seat is the goal. Once that happens, these accusers will slink back into their holes until Gloria Allred needs them to smear someone else.

    Now, I'm not a Roy Moore fan. He's way too extreme for me and I'm for meeting in the middle, not creating more division. I'm not sure how the hell he beat Luther Strange in the primary runoff. But it is Alabama's right to have the congressional representation of their choice, and I don't have to agree with it. Now that Alabama Republicans have chosen Moore over Strange, they get to reflect on how they screwed themselves and ended up getting Doug Jones.

    Because Doug Jones is going to win this election on Dec. 12, mark my words.

    The Dems didn't even need to trot out the bimbo brigade - Moore was going to lose anyway. Doug Moore markets himself as moderate and appeals to a broad audience of voters. Of course, the second he sits his ass in his Senate seat, he will bang with the Pelosi/Schumer gang, but at this point he's playing nice so he can get elected. And Alabama Republicans did that to themselves.
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