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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #300 on: December 06, 2017, 01:55:34 PM »
Thanks for the relevant information dax

If you want to talk Alabama economics.   Try reading the whole thread for a change lib.

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #301 on: December 06, 2017, 01:58:10 PM »
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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #302 on: December 06, 2017, 01:58:44 PM »
And there's the National Peanut Festival every year in Dothan Alabama.

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #303 on: December 06, 2017, 02:00:42 PM »
Wackycat08:kc::dax:the gross south

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #304 on: December 06, 2017, 02:24:14 PM »
Rumors that Franken will resign tomorrow. Maybe Moore will do the same thing after he wins?
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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #305 on: December 06, 2017, 02:25:30 PM »
Rumors that Franken will resign tomorrow. Maybe Moore will do the same thing after he wins?

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #306 on: December 06, 2017, 02:39:47 PM »
Here's the difference....

When Al Franken was elected, the voters did not know he did all these horrible things (correct me if I'm wrong)
When Roy Moore is elected, the voters are going to elect him even while knowing what he did.

So, should he really be recalled if they still elected him knowing everything he has done?

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #307 on: December 06, 2017, 02:45:03 PM »
Here's the difference....

When Al Franken was elected, the voters did not know he did all these horrible things (correct me if I'm wrong)
When Roy Moore is elected, the voters are going to elect him even while knowing what he did.

So, should he really be recalled if they still elected him knowing everything he has done?
Their claim is they don't believe it...sonwait for him to get charged and then they will change their tune why it okay to keep him in the Senate.

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #308 on: December 06, 2017, 02:45:53 PM »
Dax was pointing out that Alabama while being almost dead last in education and obesity is surprisingly high in nursing off tax dollars.  They are a fat, dumb leech is Dax's point

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #309 on: December 06, 2017, 02:50:03 PM »
Here's the difference....

When Al Franken was elected, the voters did not know he did all these horrible things (correct me if I'm wrong)
When Roy Moore is elected, the voters are going to elect him even while knowing what he did.

So, should he really be recalled if they still elected him knowing everything he has done?
Their claim is they don't believe it...

that's not accurate. RNC officials are on record saying "even if it's true" it's better than a democrat

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #310 on: December 06, 2017, 02:53:30 PM »
Damn. Welp I tried GOP.

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #311 on: December 06, 2017, 03:07:19 PM »
Here's the difference....

When Al Franken was elected, the voters did not know he did all these horrible things (correct me if I'm wrong)
When Roy Moore is elected, the voters are going to elect him even while knowing what he did.

So, should he really be recalled if they still elected him knowing everything he has done?
Their claim is they don't believe it...sonwait for him to get charged and then they will change their tune why it okay to keep him in the Senate.

Wait for him to get charged? That's not going to happen. These allegations are from over 30 years ago! Any statute of limitations, civil or criminal, has long since run.

So he's being tried by the media and voters. And that's a good thing from the alleged victims' point of view. But it's not really fair to Moore or our legal system, which has a presumption of innocence and statutes of limitation for a reason.

If he wins, what's the Senate going to do? Refuse to seat him? I don't think it would even be constitutional for the Senate to refuse to honor the Alabama vote. File ethics charges against him - based on claims that have already been decided by the voters and are too old to litigate?

The allegations against are vile and many, but they're too damned old. They also smack of political dirty tricks, waiting for over 30 years to come forth, after the final campaign deadline, despite him being a prominent public figure for decades.

For the record, I suspect at least some of the allegations are true, he's a creep and a nutjob. And I still think he is permitted to serve if he wins.
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« Reply #312 on: December 06, 2017, 03:09:11 PM »
Here's the difference....

When Al Franken was elected, the voters did not know he did all these horrible things (correct me if I'm wrong)
When Roy Moore is elected, the voters are going to elect him even while knowing what he did.

So, should he really be recalled if they still elected him knowing everything he has done?
Their claim is they don't believe it...sonwait for him to get charged and then they will change their tune why it okay to keep him in the Senate.

Wait for him to get charged? That's not going to happen. These allegations are from over 30 years ago! Any statute of limitations, civil or criminal, has long since run.

So he's being tried by the media and voters. And that's a good thing from the alleged victims' point of view. But it's not really fair to Moore or our legal system, which has a presumption of innocence and statutes of limitation for a reason.

If he wins, what's the Senate going to do? Refuse to seat him? I don't think it would even be constitutional for the Senate to refuse to honor the Alabama vote.

The allegations against are vile and many, but they're too damned old. They also smack of political dirty tricks, waiting for over 30 years to come forth, after the final campaign deadline, despite him being a prominent public figure for decades.

For the record, I suspect at least some of the allegations are true, he's a creep and a nutjob. And I still think he is permitted to serve if he wins.
That defense is gross... But party over everything right?

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #313 on: December 06, 2017, 03:09:38 PM »
Of course he's permitted to serve, republicans can't wait to vote for this dude and his little lady gun
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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #314 on: December 06, 2017, 03:11:39 PM »
Here's the difference....

When Al Franken was elected, the voters did not know he did all these horrible things (correct me if I'm wrong)
When Roy Moore is elected, the voters are going to elect him even while knowing what he did.

So, should he really be recalled if they still elected him knowing everything he has done?
Their claim is they don't believe it...sonwait for him to get charged and then they will change their tune why it okay to keep him in the Senate.

Wait for him to get charged? That's not going to happen. These allegations are from over 30 years ago! Any statute of limitations, civil or criminal, has long since run.

So he's being tried by the media and voters. And that's a good thing from the alleged victims' point of view. But it's not really fair to Moore or our legal system, which has a presumption of innocence and statutes of limitation for a reason.

If he wins, what's the Senate going to do? Refuse to seat him? I don't think it would even be constitutional for the Senate to refuse to honor the Alabama vote.

The allegations against are vile and many, but they're too damned old. They also smack of political dirty tricks, waiting for over 30 years to come forth, after the final campaign deadline, despite him being a prominent public figure for decades.

For the record, I suspect at least some of the allegations are true, he's a creep and a nutjob. And I still think he is permitted to serve if he wins.
That defense is gross... But party over everything right?

What part of the rule of law do you find gross?
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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #315 on: December 06, 2017, 03:15:31 PM »


Here's the difference....

When Al Franken was elected, the voters did not know he did all these horrible things (correct me if I'm wrong)
When Roy Moore is elected, the voters are going to elect him even while knowing what he did.

So, should he really be recalled if they still elected him knowing everything he has done?
Their claim is they don't believe it...sonwait for him to get charged and then they will change their tune why it okay to keep him in the Senate.

Wait for him to get charged? That's not going to happen. These allegations are from over 30 years ago! Any statute of limitations, civil or criminal, has long since run.

So he's being tried by the media and voters. And that's a good thing from the alleged victims' point of view. But it's not really fair to Moore or our legal system, which has a presumption of innocence and statutes of limitation for a reason.

If he wins, what's the Senate going to do? Refuse to seat him? I don't think it would even be constitutional for the Senate to refuse to honor the Alabama vote.

The allegations against are vile and many, but they're too damned old. They also smack of political dirty tricks, waiting for over 30 years to come forth, after the final campaign deadline, despite him being a prominent public figure for decades.

For the record, I suspect at least some of the allegations are true, he's a creep and a nutjob. And I still think he is permitted to serve if he wins.
That defense is gross... But party over everything right?

What part of the rule of law do you find gross?

The rules are the rules. Your acceptance of him because "it happened a long time ago" is gross.

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #316 on: December 06, 2017, 03:24:47 PM »
I think KSUW is missing the point that people are not upset because they think Moore should not be allowed to serve.  They are upset because they used to believe that Republicans would not vote for an absolutely terrible person solely because he has an (R) next to his name.  I agree the reality is what it is.  It just sucks.

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #317 on: December 06, 2017, 03:29:00 PM »
I think that if he gets elected, the voters knew who they were voting for. Unless something else comes out, he shouldn't be recalled.

I also believe he's a creepy piece of crap and people shouldn't vote for him.

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #318 on: December 06, 2017, 03:36:25 PM »
I believe he is a creepy piece of crap, but my #1 reason to not vote for him is that he is a mentally unstable individual who had to be removed from being a judge because he could not uphold the law like he swore to do.

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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #319 on: December 06, 2017, 03:40:43 PM »
The idea of recalling him is silly.  If Alabama votes him in, he should be allowed to serve unless convicted of a crime or shamed into resigning.  It would, however, be a horrific indictment of Alabama and the Republican Party.  The fact that the president and the Republican Party have thrown their full backing behind Moore is disgusting.
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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #320 on: December 06, 2017, 03:43:23 PM »
Republicans don't even think he did anything wrong, remember Jesus is a product of pedophilia or something
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« Reply #321 on: December 06, 2017, 03:54:22 PM »
Sorry Libs, your record of flying air cap for Lib Hero/Pillars of the DNC sexual predators speaks for itself.  Meanwhile Pub operatives all over are either pulling support for Moore and even writing checks to his opponents campaign.   McConnel is already on record as saying he'll bring ethics charges against Moore straight out, if he's elected. 

Hell, some Libs were even trying to toss around the race card to protect some of  your in-house pervs.

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« Reply #322 on: December 06, 2017, 04:01:04 PM »
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« Reply #323 on: December 06, 2017, 04:02:50 PM »
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Re: Alabama, the "the south" of the south
« Reply #324 on: December 06, 2017, 04:05:26 PM »
Forgot to put "que the lib meltdown' in my post.

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