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  1. by   Lil Nel
    And Roy Moore's behavior in the 1980s was so well known, that he was BANNED from the local mall. What did a person have to do in order to be BANNED from a MALL in 1980s?????

    In my jurisdiction, a pedophile is a registered sex offender for life. Not a US Senator.

    Personally, I hope he stays in the race. It is a gift to Democrats. Either way, Republicans end up eating dirt. And dirt is all that they deserve.
  2. by   SC_RNDude
    Quote from Ted
    Really? Selective memory?

    By the way, this was way more than "locker room talk" as you put it. It was a candid glimpse into the man's soul. Failure to realize this is striking.
    The hypocrisy displayed in this discussion is what is striking.

    Franken's victim says she was groped (and every victim has the right to be believed, right). We have a picture of her being groped. And he isn't denying any of it.

    So, Pence vs Franken. Who are you voting for?
    Last edit by SC_RNDude on Nov 17 : Reason: Typo
  3. by   SC_RNDude
    Quote from Lil Nel
    And Roy Moore's behavior in the 1980s was so well known, that he was BANNED from the local mall. What did a person have to do in order to be BANNED from a MALL in 1980s?????

    In my jurisdiction, a pedophile is a registered sex offender for life. Not a US Senator.

    Personally, I hope he stays in the race. It is a gift to Democrats. Either way, Republicans end up eating dirt. And dirt is all that they deserve.
    No one here, at least not me, is arguing that Moore should be a US senator.

    Neither should Al Franken.
    Last edit by SC_RNDude on Nov 17 : Reason: typo
  4. by   Lil Nel
    And the Bum shouldn't be sitting at the WH. If Franken needs to go, so does the Bum.

    Women haven't sued Franken. They have sued the Bum.

    And the Bum and Moore and Weinstein all offer up the same defense: I'm going to sue the Washington Post/NY Times.

    Notice that none of the three has done so. Because they are guilty, guilty and guilty.
  5. by   Lil Nel
    Let us not forget how the Bum has chosen to respond to the multiple women who have accused him of sexual harassment.

    He has sent out Sarah Huckabee Sanders to denounce these women as LIARS.

    She did that just a couple of weeks ago. Ms. Sanders had better hope there is no such thing as an afterlife because I don't think things will go so well for her.
  6. by   BCgradnurse
    Al Franken was wrong. Pure and simple. He has called for an investigation into his own conduct. While that doesn't excuse his behavior, it at least shows a willingness to own up to his actions.

    Moore and Trump are despicable. I look at Moore or hear him speak, and I feel the need to shower immediately, he's so slimy. And Trump...he has no business calling out anyone else on sexual misconduct. He's a predator and has likely paid off women not to press charges.

    And WTF is this?? I want to know who has made use of this fund, no matter what side of the aisle they're on.

    Congress owes taxpayers answers about its harassment 'shush' fund | TheHill

    And I'll still go with Franken over Pence, as long as Franken has truly come clean. If he hasn't, I'll abstain from voting for either.
  7. by   Lil Nel
    My vote goes to Elizabeth Warren!!!
  8. by   Farawyn
    Quote from SC_RNDude
    Where are all the women who were grabbed by Trump? Have we heard from even one? He said it was locker room talk, and he apologized.

    We have a picture of Franken. In my jurisdiction, he is committing unlawful sexual contact, and it possible he would have to register as a sex offender if he were convicted of such a crime.

    So, let's say it's 2020. Trump has been impeached. It's Franken vs Pence. Who gets your vote?
    Franken, without one second of doubt.
  9. by   Farawyn
    Quote from Lil Nel
    My vote goes to Elizabeth Warren!!!
    This.

    It won't be Franken vs. Pence.

    We will have our first woman President in 2020.
    I'm for Warren, too. What a bulldog. She is relentless. Also like Gillibrand, Harris and Duckworth to name a few.
  10. by   toomuchbaloney
    Quote from SC_RNDude
    No one here, at least not me, is arguing that Moore should be a US senator.

    Neither should Al Franken.
    Are you going to apply that standard across the political playing field? One allegation and you are gone, regardless of any or all other facts or considerations?

    Awesome, I'm all in on that one.

    Sorry Senator Franken, you will be joined by SCORES of politicians on the national AND local level if the standard is now one error in judgment and the associated piggish behavior. Now we are going to accept and believe the fullness of every woman's accusation, even those against Trump, right.

    Every claim should be believed, I am ok with that.
    If we posit that a senator with one incident should resign, what should be done about a president with a history of sexually inappropriate behavior with multiple accusations over years?

    Maybe Dennis Hastert should not be permitted to collect his congressional pension if we are serious about this.
  11. by   Farawyn
    Quote from SC_RNDude
    No one here, at least not me, is arguing that Moore should be a US senator.

    Neither should Al Franken.
    Quote from Lil Nel
    And the Bum shouldn't be sitting at the WH. If Franken needs to go, so does the Bum.

    Women haven't sued Franken. They have sued the Bum.

    And the Bum and Moore and Weinstein all offer up the same defense: I'm going to sue the Washington Post/NY Times.

    Notice that none of the three has done so. Because they are guilty, guilty and guilty.
    He should step down if Trump, who was far more heinous that him, and with his attitude, encourages a rape culture, does.
    I suspect Franken will do everything in his power to make this as aright as he can. He admitted he was wrong and his accuser personally forgave him.
  12. by   BCgradnurse
    Quote from Lil Nel
    My vote goes to Elizabeth Warren!!!
    I love her! I'm proud she's my Senator! I'll be working on her re-election campaign.
  13. by   Farawyn
    Quote from toomuchbaloney
    Are you going to apply that standard across the political playing field? One allegation and you are gone, regardless of any or all other facts or considerations?

    Awesome, I'm all in on that one.

    Sorry Senator Franken, you will be joined by SCORES of politicians on the national AND local level if the standard is now one error in judgment and the associated piggish behavior. Now we are going to accept and believe the fullness of every woman's accusation, even those against Trump, right.

    Every claim should be believed, I am ok with that.
    If we posit that a senator with one incident should resign, what should be done about a president with a history of sexually inappropriate behavior with multiple accusations over years?

    Maybe Dennis Hastert should not be permitted to collect his congressional pension if we are serious about this.
    Good, lets drain the swamp. There will be very few men left in the paying field, then, however.
    Oh deers.

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