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  1. What really matters from this is that Gov Ivey has stated that she believes that the allegations are true, but that she would still rather vote for an alleged child molester than a Democrat. That is a pathological line of thinking.
  2. Daily News: Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey says she’ll vote for Roy Moore despite teen sex assault claims because he’s a Republican: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/alabama-gov-kay-ivey-vote-roy-moore-article-1.3640510 The Alabama governor has "no reason to doubt" Roy Moore's accusers, yet she's still going to vote for him because he's a Republican. Disgusting.
  3. Sen Al Franken accused by TV host of sexual misconduct

    The Hill: Franken releases new statement, calls for ethics investigation of himself "Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) is calling for an ethics investigation into his own behavior after a woman accused him of kissing and groping her without consent. Franken in an expanded statement on Thursday apologized for the incident, in which he groped television host and sports broadcaster Leeann Tweeden while she was asleep on a military plane during a 2006 USO tour. “I understand why we need to listen to and believe women’s experiences,” he said. “I am asking that an ethics investigation be undertaken, and I will gladly cooperate...”
  4. http://thehill.com/homenews/house/360398-jackie-speier-the-house-has-paid-out-15-million-on-behalf-of-sexual-harassers
  5. Sen Al Franken accused by TV host of sexual misconduct

    The Hill: Woman who accused Franken says she accepts his apology "The woman who accused Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) of sexual misconduct said Thursday she accepts his apology. "The apology, sure I accept it, yes. People make mistakes and of course he knew he made a mistake," Leeann Tweeden said. "So yes I do accept that apology. There's no reason why I shouldn't accept his apology." She said it's up to Congress to decide if it wants to have an ethics investigation into Franken's behavior, adding that she isn’t calling for Franken to step down, unless more women come forward. “People make mistakes. I’m not calling for him to step down. That’s not my place to say that,” Tweeden said. She said she wasn't "looking for anything" when she shared her story."
  6. And this, I'm afraid, is where we have to part ways on this subject, because I for sure do not advocate the rape of someone else's daughter because we have differing political principals.
  7. Cleve, everyone here knows my views on religion in general, and I can state with 100% certainty that I would not kill someone trying to use the Bible to rationalize rape. A swift backhand to the face wouldn't be out of the question, but murdering someone for being a moron definitely would be.
  8. ...I mean...wow... The Hill: Alabama rep: I'm still backing Moore because he'll 'vote right' "Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) said Monday that he will still back GOP candidate Roy Moore, who is facing mounting allegations of sexual misconduct, in the Alabama Senate special election because Moore will “vote right” on Capitol Hill. “There are major issues facing the United States of America, deficit and debt that can lead to insolvency and bankruptcy, funding for national security, border security, abortion, appointment of Supreme Court justices — Doug Jones will vote wrong on each of those issues, Roy Moore will vote right on each of those issues,” Brooks said in a statement Monday. “That’s why I am voting for Roy Moore,” he said."
  9. Jim Zeigler's statement is moronic and reprehensible, for sure. However, I for sure don't as far as advocating the assassination of a state official because of their views. I don't believe you do either, and i'm hoping this was just poorly worded by you.
  10. The Daily Wire: Ben Shapiro: Moore Denies Knowing Latest Sexual Assault Accuser, Despite Apparently Signing Her Yearbook "On Monday afternoon, embattled Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore adamantly denied that he knew his latest sexual assault accuser, Beverly Young Nelson: “This is absolutely false. I never did what she said I did. I don’t even know the woman. I don’t know anything about her. I don’t even know where the restaurant is or was.” Earlier today, Nelson accused Moore of groping her and attempting to force her head down into his crotch in 1977, when she was 16 years old, while she was working at a restaurant in Gadsden, Alabama. She also showed her yearbook, which Moore had signed. Moore’s denial that he didn’t even know Nelson or the restaurant is certainly less credible given the fact that Nelson presented the yearbook to the press". NY Daily News: Roy Moore reportedly banned from Alabama mall after harassing teen girls in the 1980s
  11. I've sort of touched base on this in a thread I posted earlier yesterday. Still waiting to hear the board's views on it
  12. I mean, its just about as timely as lining up all of Bill Clinton's accusers in the front row of a presidential debate. Also, some of Moore's accusers are registered Republicans, who voted for Trump in the 2016 election, so it'd seem to me to be an odd political play to falsely accuse a congressional candidate in your own party, to the benefit of the opposing Democrat party: "[Beverly Young] Nelson, who gave a tearful recollection of the events she said took place, explained that her decision to go public was not political. She said she and her husband supported Donald Trump for president. “This has nothing whatsoever to do with the Republicans or the Democrats,” she said. “It has everything to do with Mr. Moore’s sexual assault when I was a teenager.”
  13. I understand and agree with you on this point. Legally, everyone should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. However, that is not my issue with what Mr. Horowitz and others are saying here. The issue is that, even though Horowitz admits that he believes Moore is guilty of what he is accused of, he is willing to overlook the alleged molestation of an underage child in order to defeat Democrats. That is truly morally repugnant to me. That would be akin to saying something like "well, Dennis Hastert is an admitted pederast, but we're willing to overlook it so that he can retain his position as Speaker of the House, because having a Democrat Speaker would be way worse". Its an absurd and morally bankrupt position to have, to me. And, for the record, I would still feel that way if it was reversed and it was a Democrat saying the same thing, for those of you who want to play the Bill Clinton card.
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