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You are reading page 9 of Me too. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

Yes, he probably will win, Farawyn. But if he does, what does that tell us about the morals of Republicans in AL? Nothing that I don't know already!

And he will have his a$$ handed to him in the Senate. That will be a beautiful sight to behold. It should ensure even LESS success for the Bum!

Good 'ol Mitch won't welcome Moore with open arms.

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Add Matt Lauer to the list of the accused. Reportedly, he harrassed a staffer at the Rio Olympics.

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This is from today's NY Times. Remember when Trump bragged that he has the BEST memory? The greatest memory! Now, he can't remember the sound of his own voice.

Kim is absolutely right: the Bum is a demented old man. A dotard.

Shortly after his victory last year, Donald J. Trump began revisiting one of his deepest public humiliations: the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape of him making vulgar comments about women.

Despite his public acknowledgment of the recording's authenticity in the final days of the presidential campaign - and his hasty videotaped apology under pressure from his advisers - Mr. Trump as president-elect began raising the prospect with allies that it may not have been him on the tape after all.

Most of Mr. Trump's aides ignored his changing story. But in January, shortly before his inauguration, Mr. Trump told a Republican senator that he wanted to investigate the recording that had him boasting about grabbing women's genitals.

"We don't think that was my voice," Mr. Trump told the senator, according to a person familiar with the conversation. Since then, Mr. Trump has continued to suggest that the tape that nearly upended his campaign was not actually him, according to three people close to the president.

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Anyone else notice that the best the right can do when Moore is discussed is compare apples to oranges? Otherwise, they are silent as church mice. SAD!

Well, a lot of them are making the "God works through flawed people, none of us are perfect, 'let he who is without sin cast the first stone,' God forgives people, who am I to judge, yada yada yada" religious argument. All the while, you know they'd be hollering for his head if he were a Democrat. The sanctimonious hypocrisy is breathtaking.

And, of course, he's going to win. 'Cause it's Alabama, and that's how they are.

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(fixed typo)

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And now Garrison Keillor formerly of a Prairie Home Companion.

Will any rich and powerful men be left standing?

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And now Garrison Keillor?

Yes, you can read about it in Washington Post among other news outlets.

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Yeah, the Democrats are gone, but meanwhile, a Republican Congressman who paid $84,000 in a sexual harassment settlement is still in place, as is the PSSS$ Grabber and of course, the pedophile Roy Moore.

Yeah, it is true that #Me Too only works if the men have a moral compass.

A moral compass is obviously missing in the greater part of the Republican party.

Franken Is Leaving and Trump Is Still Here - The New York Times

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Yeah, the Democrats are gone, but meanwhile, a Republican Congressman who paid $84,000 in a sexual harassment settlement is still in place, as is the PSSS$ Grabber and of course, the pedophile Roy Moore.

Yeah, it is true that #Me Too only works if the men have a moral compass.

A moral compass is obviously missing in the greater part of the Republican party.

Franken Is Leaving and Trump Is Still Here - The New York Times

I would posit that the voting base of the GOP shares that deficit of morality. They vote for people with horrible habits and appetites without concern. Winning is all that matters.

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