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    Great article. Yeah, NRO has been a respectable voice of reason during the Trump debacle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarid in Cedar View Post
    And this is the ultimate argument against anything to do with Trump. Mother was always right. Whether directly, or indirectly, you are who you associate with.
    Yep. The problem with the last election was there was no good candidate. Trump wasn't even the Republicans' choice. He had far less than a majority of the primary votes, but the crowded field allowed him to slip in. I think Hillary is equally despicable, albeit in different ways, so I didn't vote for either. Had I been forced, I probably would have voted for Trump because I think Hillary would have done lasting damage to the economy, but I also didn't think he would have such poor judgement to incite a psychotic dictator who controls a nuclear arsenal.

    Looking back, I don't think that would have been the right choice, but it's still hard to know because we don't know how Hillary would have governed. She would have had equally thin skin, and been equally if not more vindictive, but sneakier about it. Her political IQ is exponentially higher than Trump's, so that may have muted some of her decisions as she tried to do just enough to keep the majority of the country happy. I'd like to see our primaries select the top two candidates and then have a run-off between them for the nomination. If that had happened, we'd likely have ended up with Kasich as the president, which would have been the best possible outcome, imo.

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    Heh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    Heh

    Please tell me his campaign actually produced this poster.

    Also another one I've heard online "Roy Moore -- Thrown Out of Three Courts, Including the Food Court."
    Part of it is based on academic grounds. Among major conferences, the Pac-10 is the best academically, largely because of Stanford, Cal and UCLA. “Colorado is on a par with Oregon,” he said. “Utah isn’t even in the picture.”

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    Peripherally related to the Moore campaign. A woman contacts the Post with a story that Moore impregnated her and drove her to Mississippi to have an abortion. The Post reporters try to verify her story and find inconsistencies. They dig up a gofundme page of hers asking for donations to help her move to NY, to start a job to "work in the conservative media movement to combat the lies and deceipt of the liberal MSM." They confront her with this and the other inconsistencies of her story, and she declines to go forward with her story:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/inves...=.be124b39be36

    Then it gets interesting. They stake out Project Veritas in New York, the organization that James O'Keefe runs. The reporters then see her car pull up to the office and stay there for an hour. Reporters then confront O'Keefe on the street and ask him about the woman, and visibly flustered he refuses to talk about her. Delicious, sweet irony.

    I saw someone on Twitter make the comment along the lines of "so the way to combat fake news is with....fake news". Pardon me if I'm even more incredulous about his gotcha journalism with Planned Parenthood, and any other hit piece he's involved with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northwestcoug View Post
    Peripherally related to the Moore campaign. A woman contacts the Post with a story that Moore impregnated her and drove her to Mississippi to have an abortion. The Post reporters try to verify her story and find inconsistencies. They dig up a gofundme page of hers asking for donations to help her move to NY, to start a job to "work in the conservative media movement to combat the lies and deceipt of the liberal MSM." They confront her with this and the other inconsistencies of her story, and she declines to go forward with her story:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/inves...=.be124b39be36

    Then it gets interesting. They stake out Project Veritas in New York, the organization that James O'Keefe runs. The reporters then see her car pull up to the office and stay there for an hour. Reporters then confront O'Keefe on the street and ask him about the woman, and visibly flustered he refuses to talk about her. Delicious, sweet irony.

    I saw someone on Twitter make the comment along the lines of "so the way to combat fake news is with....fake news". Pardon me if I'm even more incredulous about his gotcha journalism with Planned Parenthood, and any other hit piece he's involved with.

    O'Keefe has never done anything that remotely resembles real journalism. He's dishonest. He's not equally as credible as the msm. Even the initial report about the ACORN stuff that landed him on the map (and caused the destruction of an organization that did some good in underserved communities) was fraudulent. I find it appalling his group is considered a charity. Conservatives should distance themselves from this guy. He's scum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frank ryan View Post
    O'Keefe has never done anything that remotely resembles real journalism. He's dishonest. He's not equally as credible as the msm. Even the initial report about the ACORN stuff that landed him on the map (and caused the destruction of an organization that did some good in underserved communities) was fraudulent. I find it appalling his group is considered a charity. Conservatives should distance themselves from this guy. He's scum.
    Ben Shapiro rips O'Keefe.

    http://www.dailywire.com/news/24015/...al-ben-shapiro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    That’s good to see. I’ve noticed Shapiro hasn’t been afraid to break ranks when he feels it’s right. Sean Hannity he is not.

    It's worth noting Trump and Bannon have supported O'Keefe, financially and otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    I need to remind myself not to read comments on those articles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frank ryan View Post
    I need to remind myself not to read comments on those articles.
    it might be fun to respond and call them by their real names of Igor, Sergei, Vladimir, etc. That usually gets them excited and causes their grammar to go out of whack. Then you can make fun of that too.

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    Looks like Moore is ahead in the polls again. Stay classy Alabama GOP!


    http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/201...oy_moor_1.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by frank ryan View Post
    Looks like Moore is ahead in the polls again. Stay classy Alabama GOP!


    http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/201...oy_moor_1.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Ted View Post

    Doug Jones seems like a good guy.


    Here's some other investing stuff on Moore:

    Textbook co-authored by Roy Moore in 2011 says women shouldn’t run for office
    The course is also critical of the women's suffrage movement.


    Alabama Republican Senate Candidate Roy Moore co-authored a study course, published in 2011 and recently obtained by ThinkProgress, that instructs students that women should not be permitted to run for elected office. If women do run for office, the course argues, people have a moral obligation not to vote for them. The course is also critical of the women’s suffrage movement, which in 1920 secured some American women the right to vote.

    The course, called “Law and Government: An Introductory Study Course,” includes 28 hours of audio and visual lectures given by Moore and others, as well as a study guide. The course is available for purchase on Amazon, where “Chief Justice Roy Moore” is listed as a co-author alongside Doug Phillips, Dr. Joseph C. Morecraft, and Dr. Paul Jehle.
    https://thinkprogress.org/moore-stud...-135402ed8816/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter Sobchak View Post
    Who chains their wife to the stove?

    Makes it SO much harder for them to do the yard work.

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    Welp, it looks like McConnell has changed his opinion on Moore:

    McConnell abruptly reverses call for Roy Moore to step aside from election
    He parroted Trump's call to "let the people of Alabama decide."



    Backing away from his previous concerns about sexual misconduct allegations against Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reversed course in a Sunday interview saying Moore should stay in the race so that voters can decide his fate.

    “We’re going to let the people of Alabama decide a week from Tuesday who they want to send to the Senate,” McConnell told George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s This Week. McConnell’s stance echoed the wishy-washy language expressed by President Donald Trump, who has refused to condemn Moore for the multiple allegations of sexual abuse leveled against him.

    McConnell notably refused to respond to Stephanopoulos’ question as to whether he thought Moore should be in the Senate, again deferring to the voters. He likewise refused to say whether he would make any recommendations to the Senate Ethics Committee should Moore be elected. “Ultimately it will be up to them to make that decision,” he said.

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    Does that look like the face of someone who hits on teenage girls?
    Give 'em Hell, Cougars!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank ryan View Post
    Looks like Moore is ahead in the polls again. Stay classy Alabama GOP!


    http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/201...oy_moor_1.html

    ‘We’ve already lost’ — GOP takes stock of the nightmare unfolding in Alabama


    The Alabama Senate race is days away, but already, top Republicans are admitting defeat.
    [...]
    http://www.charlotteobserver.com/new...187430863.html


    The GOP should just stop wasting their money... Moore is doomed.

    Write in Ron Bishop!
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    Even more hard evidence comes out that Moore is lying when he claimed he doesn't know these women. Pretty shameful how these women have been attacked.

    Uncle Ted, are you still claiming that the signature (plural now I guess) is forged and that this is some conspiracy?

    Ben Shapiro:

    http://www.dailywire.com/news/24325/...ks-ben-shapiro

    But here’s the bottom line. Now that the Republican Party has embraced Moore foursquare — now that President Trump has endorsed him, now that the Republican National Committee is openly campaigning for him — can Republican Moore voters stand so little cognitive dissonance that they must whitewash in particularly ridiculous fashion a man who rather clearly molested younger girls? Republicans have already given up the moral high ground to elect another Republican — must they give up their honesty and their decency too by openly slandering sexual abuse accusers, all in order to feel slightly better about their vote? Do Republicans have so little guts that they can’t deal with the simple idea of voting for a bad man for a high office, and so must rewrite his character by throwing women under the bus?

    The answer is apparently yes. It’s not enough to simply own Moore. They have to manufacture a good, clean Moore, and then stand by that caricature. It’s nonsense, it’s shameful, and it’s immoral.
    Explain to me again why lefties hate Shapiro so much?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    Uncle Ted, are you still claiming that the signature (plural now I guess) is forged and that this is some conspiracy?
    If the signature in the yearbook is valid why doesn't Gloria Allred let an independent expert examine it rather than obstructing justice?



    It is simple... let someone look at the book.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Ted View Post
    If the signature in the yearbook is valid why doesn't Gloria Allred let an independent expert examine it rather than obstructing justice?



    It is simple... let someone look at the book.
    LOL man take a step back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus View Post
    LOL man take a step back
    It is a very Libertarian thing to be in support of child predators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus View Post
    LOL man take a step back
    Laugh all you want but Allred has really done a great injustice and damage to the democrats in Alabama by holding on to the book... she has created doubt in the minds of the Alabama voters to think that all the women are lying. Now it seems the Alabama republicans are coming out in full force to vote.

    Commentary: Why Roy Moore is surging in Alabama

    On paper, Judge Roy Moore's campaign is a fiasco. He's been credibly accused of sexual misconduct with minors. Multiple accusers have laid out a pattern of sexual pressure on women over whom the former District Attorney had power. And his campaign has taken the unusual step of aggressively calling the alleged victims liars, political plotters, or both.


    "Don't attack women who are possible victims of sexual assault" is one of those other things I learned as a campaign consultant. Add the daily media savaging of Moore's candidacy and the current conversation about sexual harassment and Democrats should be on the verge of victory, right?


    Only they're not.


    The latest RealClearPolitics polling average has Moore leading Democrat Doug Jones by an average of 2.6 percent, almost doubling his margin for most of November, when the news of alleged sexual misbehavior broke. More significant for Moore is that the most recent polls tend to give him the larger leads.


    The latest CBS News poll reflects the broader trend: While the race is neck-and-neck among Alabama registered voters in general, "Moore leads 49 percent to 43 percent among the likely voters who are most apt to vote on Dec. 12," CBS reports. The poll also finds more than 80 percent of Republicans plan to vote for their party's candidate and "a higher number of Moore's backers call themselves definite voters than do Jones' backers"
    [...]
    As one Republican politico told me not long ago: "Moore's voters have Election Day circled in red on the kitchen calendar."
    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/comment...ng-in-alabama/

    Allred has handed this election to Moore by not handing over the book.

    So it seems that Moore will become a senator and maybe they will have a senate heading that Allred wants. Of course, if Moore is forced to resign then Alabama's Gov will get to pick a republican to take his place. Allred should have instead laid out all the compelling evidence for everyone to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Ted View Post
    If the signature in the yearbook is valid why doesn't Gloria Allred let an independent expert examine it rather than obstructing justice?



    It is simple... let someone look at the book.
    Allred was always going to be bad optics for Alabama voters. But you do realize that she offered to have the yearbook examined in the context of a congressional inquiry, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northwestcoug View Post
    Allred was always going to be bad optics for Alabama voters. But you do realize that she offered to have the yearbook examined in the context of a congressional inquiry, right?
    Why does congress give a rats ass? Moore is not a senator (yet). Of course, maybe they will have a congressional inquiry when he does become a senator if Allred or someone can present enough evidence. Maybe they will even get Moore to resign and the Gov of Alabama can appoint another republican to take his place.
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    I think uncle Ted is rapidly overtaking green monster as the king of double down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    Even more hard evidence comes out that Moore is lying when he claimed he doesn't know these women. Pretty shameful how these women have been attacked.

    Uncle Ted, are you still claiming that the signature (plural now I guess) is forged and that this is some conspiracy?

    Ben Shapiro:

    http://www.dailywire.com/news/24325/...ks-ben-shapiro



    Explain to me again why lefties hate Shapiro so much?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    Even more hard evidence comes out that Moore is lying when he claimed he doesn't know these women. Pretty shameful how these women have been attacked.

    Uncle Ted, are you still claiming that the signature (plural now I guess) is forged and that this is some conspiracy?

    Ben Shapiro:

    http://www.dailywire.com/news/24325/...ks-ben-shapiro



    Explain to me again why lefties hate Shapiro so much?
    I don't hate Shapiro, but part of the reason why people on the left hate him is they see him advocating for discriminatory positions (particularly as it relates to LGBTQ) rights. He also has an extremely abrasive approach, which also casts a lot of hate towards him.

    Shapiro is no Milo. He is ultimately a good person who has very strong views and knows that a brash and abrasive approach will get him the most money. I sometimes agree with him and often disagree with him.

    He is right on this one.
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