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    Quote Originally Posted by Commando View Post
    lol. ^

    Also, I have to say I'm quite disappointed in Al Franken. Yes, I first knew him as a correspondent on Weekly Update w Dennis Miller (that's a trip) on SNL, but I have admired his work in the senate- especially taking the lead on DACA and things like that. Shit.
    Yeah, damnit... why did he just use the “I was drunk and gay” excuse?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Ted View Post
    Yeah, damnit... why did he just use the “I was drunk and gay” excuse?
    He did? Or are you saying why didn't he?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commando View Post
    He did? Or are you saying why didn't he?
    oh, yeah "didn't"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Ted View Post
    oh, yeah "didn't"
    I think the gay excuse would fly in this case where the "groping" is pretty much just a bad joke/photo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commando View Post
    lol. ^

    Also, I have to say I'm quite disappointed in Al Franken. Yes, I first knew him as a correspondent on Weekly Update w Dennis Miller (that's a trip) on SNL, but I have admired his work in the senate- especially taking the lead on DACA and things like that. Shit.
    McConnell wants an ethics investigation and Franken welcomes it and will cooperate. I dont understand this. Do we really need an ethics investigation? What is the point of that?
    PLesa excuse the tpyos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creekster View Post
    McConnell wants an ethics investigation and Franken welcomes it and will cooperate. I dont understand this. Do we really need an ethics investigation? What is the point of that?
    Two points. The Ethics investigation can lead to expulsion and for Franken it can lead to vindication with a minor wrist slap.
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    Roger Stone appears to have known about Al Franken allegations before they went public


    Hours before the allegations against Sen. Al Franken became public Thursday, Trump ally Roger Stone seemed to know they were coming.

    A Twitter account linked to the former Trump adviser posted a quote from Stone in the early hours Thursday morning that suggested he expected allegations involving the Minnesota Democrat to go public.

    QUOTE: Roger Stone says it's Al Franken's "time in the barrel". Franken next in long list of Democrats to be accused of "grabby" behavior.

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    ‘He put his hand full-fledged on my rear’: Why Al Franken could be in a lot more trouble now

    In addition, Menz's husband, who was the one who took the picture, confirms his wife told him immediately after the picture that Franken grabbed her inappropriately. According to CNN's Lee, Menz also accused Franken on social media right after the incident of “TOTALLY molested me!”
    I don't think Al survives this.
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    Apparently Al like taking photos of himself grabbing tits and ass.. https://pagesix.com/2017/11/20/new-p...asts-and-butt/



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    The Tweeden kissing thing is bad, if true.

    Other than that, Franken's butt touches is a solid 2 Weiners out of 10. He's not Bob Packwood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Color Me Badd Fan View Post
    The Tweeden kissing thing is bad, if true.

    Other than that, Franken's butt touches is a solid 2 Weiners out of 10. He's not Bob Packwood.
    A 2 should be enough.
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    Sen. Al Franken breaks his silence: "I have a long way back"

    Question: "Have you ever placed a hand on some woman's butt?"

    Franken: "I can't say that that hasn't happened."
    Then some blah blah I'm sorry they feel the way they do blah blah I gotta be more careful blah blah it's crowded at these events blah blah.

    He knew the question was coming and this is his answer. No outright denial, just some hemming and hawing about crowds, shucks, who knows, maybe it did happen, but I gotta be more careful.

    How about, "I don't know, but if I did, it was never intentional."

    I think he got his jollies from copping a feel at crowded events. It was his little thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moliere View Post
    I feel that we should let the people of his district decide.
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    What's going on in the Equality State?

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/wyomin...sexual-assault

    A woman has accused Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray, a Republican considering a run for governor, of sexually assaulting her at a law office in 1982. According to Tatiana Maxwell, then an intern at a Cheyenne law firm that employed Murray, the young lawyer invited her to meet him at the office after hours with pizza and beer. “He was older, handsome and from an old Cheyenne family but I didn’t really know him,” she recalled on Facebook. But when she rejected Murray’s sexual advances, Maxwell said, “Ed wrestled me down to the carpet in front of the receptionist desk, opened his pants, lifted up my blouse and ejaculated on my stomach. I was disgusted and horrified.” She did not report the incident to the firm’s senior lawyers as she was not “physically hurt.” Maxwell also alleged that Murray attempted to apologize to her years later, however, the secretary of state this week unequivocally denied the allegations. “This baseless claim about an encounter from thirty-five years ago is unequivocally false,” Murray said in a statement. “There is no basis to this falsehood whatsoever and it is deeply hurtful to me and to my family, as well as to everyone I serve.”
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    "Don't go, Al!"

    Franken urged to reverse his resignation
    The demands from Democrats that he step down were 'the most hypocritical thing I’ve ever seen done to a human being,' Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) says.

    At least four senators are urging Al Franken to reconsider resigning, including two who issued statements calling for the resignation two weeks ago and said they now feel remorse over what they feel was a rush to judgment.


    Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), who urged Franken not to step down to begin with — at least not before he went through an Ethics Committee investigation — said the Minnesota senator was railroaded by fellow Democrats.


    “What they did to Al was atrocious, the Democrats,” said West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin in an interview for POLITICO’s Off Message podcast to post on Tuesday. Subscribe here.


    Franken's unusual timeline — in his departure announcement he said he’d go “in the coming weeks,” without setting a date — has fed the fleeting hopes that there’s still time to reverse course. However, Tina Smith, Minnesota's Democratic lieutenant governor, was named last week as his appointed successor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Ted View Post
    Yeah, because Judge Roy Moore lost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myboynoah View Post
    Yeah, because Judge Roy Moore lost.
    He needs to resign and not try to justify his behavior as less egregious than Mooore’s.
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    oh brother
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    smh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Ted View Post
    The emoji next to the heart - is that the Bill Clinton penis emoji?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    The emoji next to the heart - is that the Bill Clinton penis emoji?

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    Man, this could make for a good "made for tv" movie... affairs with 'thousands of women':

    Linda Tripp reveals Bill Clinton had affairs with 'thousands of women' – including a SECOND White House staffer – and Monica Lewinsky's life was in danger


    • One-time Monica Lewinsky friend gives rare radio interview, says Hillary Clinton knew her husband had multiple affairs during presidency
    • Tripp, who secretly taped Lewinsky's phone calls and exposed them, says then-president had serial affairs that included 'thousands of women'
    • Tripp also claims Hillary Clinton tried to destroy women with whom he had affairs, says she went public to save Lewinsky from danger

    The woman who exposed Bill Clinton's affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, leading to his impeachment by the House in 1998, went public with a radio interview on Sunday harshly critical of both Clintons during his eight-year presidency.

    Linda Tripp, the one-time confidante of Lewinsky who secretly taped her phone conversations and turned them over to a federal prosecutor, said the former president had affairs with 'thousands' of women - and that the former first lady knew about them.


    Tripp also said she went public about the Lewinsky-Clinton affair to save her life, as she was worried at the time that she was in danger.


    Tripp made the comments in an interview with investigative radio reporter Aaron Klein on Sunday. In the interview, she also said the president had an ongoing affair with another staffer at the same as Lewinsky.

    The former first lady not only knew about her husband's misbehavior, 'She made it her personal mission to disseminate information and destroy the women with whom he dallied,' Tripp said.


    Tripp said Clinton is inappropriately presenting herself as 'a champion of women’s rights worldwide in a global fashion, and yet all of the women she has destroyed over the years to ensure her political viability continues is sickening to me.'
    [...]
    'I say today and I will continue to say that I believe Monica Lewinsky is alive today because of choices I made and action I took,' Tripp told Klein.


    'That may sound melodramatic to your listeners. I can only say that from my perspective I believe that she and I at the time were in danger, because nothing stands in the way of these people achieving their political ends.'
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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...olved-him.html

    Holy crap... Jim Carrey and Jamie Foxx were right about Bill!

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    Hillary Clinton Chose to Shield a Top Adviser Accused of Harassment in 2008

    A senior adviser to Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign who was accused of repeatedly sexually harassing a young subordinate was kept on the campaign at Mrs. Clinton’s request, according to four people familiar with what took place.


    Mrs. Clinton’s campaign manager at the time recommended that she fire the adviser, Burns Strider. But Mrs. Clinton did not. Instead, Mr. Strider was docked several weeks of pay and ordered to undergo counseling, and the young woman was moved to a new job.
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    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/26/u...t-in-2008.html

    I would have never guessed.

    I hope she runs again in 2020!
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    Jim Jordan is coming under scrutiny for ignoring abuse as an assistant wrestling coach, but so far Trump and Jordan's GOP colleagues have circled the wagons. Also Ted can blame the nebulous Deep State.

    Jim Jordan Is Defiant as Allegations Mount, and Supporters Point to ‘Deep State’

    Representative Jim Jordan is facing the kind of slowly percolating scandal that would bring down other politicians in other times, as new accusers step forward by the day to say the wrestling coach turned politician was aware of sexual misconduct at Ohio State University but did nothing to stop it.

    But like the man Mr. Jordan doggedly supports, President Trump, the Ohio Republican has the kind of stalwart supporters who do not lose faith easily, and they are already defending the conservative powerhouse, saying he is the victim of the same “deep state” conspirators — liberal bureaucrats embedded in the government — who are trying to bring down the president.

    Mr. Jordan, a 54-year-old congressman in his sixth term, was defiant Friday night on Fox News, in his first extended response to the emerging charges. He disparaged some of the former college wrestlers who have come forward to say he knew of allegations that the team doctor, Richard H. Strauss, had fondled them. He said he could not explain why other more friendly wrestlers had leveled similar charges.

    When the show’s host, Bret Baier, read a quotation by a former Ohio State wrestler and Ultimate Fighting Championship star, Mark Coleman, that Mr. Jordan would have to have dementia to have forgotten what happened, the congressman offered little explanation.

    “I feel sorry for him,” he said of Mr. Coleman. “It’s just not accurate.”

    Instead, Mr. Jordan continued to fan conspiracy theories connecting the emergence of the charges to his aggressive questioning last month of Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein, the man many Trump supporters hold responsible for the Russia investigation.

    “I think the timing is suspect when you think about how this whole story came together after the Rosenstein hearing and the speaker’s race,” he said.

    Next week will be another big moment for Mr. Jordan: He will be front and center in joint House hearings with the F.B.I. agent Peter Strzok, the man in the middle of what some see as the federal law-enforcement plot to take down Mr. Trump.

    Ahead of that moment, the president weighed in with his unqualified support. “Jim Jordan is one of the most outstanding people I’ve met since I’ve been in Washington,” Mr. Trump told reporters on Thursday. “I believe him 100 percent. No question in my mind.”

    Mr. Jordan served as an assistant coach on the Ohio State wrestling team in the late 1980s and early 1990s, during which time Dr. Strauss is accused of showering with athletes and touching them inappropriately. The university announced in April that it had begun investigating the allegations against the doctor, who killed himself in 2005.

    Mr. Coleman and four other wrestlers have now said that Mr. Jordan was aware of the abuse but did nothing to stop it. Another former Ohio State wrestler, Mike Schyck, said in an interview on Friday that he and other former team members planned to “collectively say some things together,” adding that the scandal is not about Mr. Jordan.

    But even as more wrestlers step forward, Mr. Jordan’s base has mounted a defense. The conservative news media has questioned the motives and truthfulness of his accusers.

    One of those accusers, Mike DiSabato, scoffed at suggestions that his motivation in calling out Mr. Jordan was political or part of a personal vendetta.

    “There were two choices for Jim when he was asked about this situation: He could have told the truth that he saw it, he was there, he was in the showers and saunas with us,” Mr. DiSabato said. “He could have told the truth and stood with us, or he could have played politics.”

    Mr. DiSabato said he was saddened by the congressman’s response.

    “I’m sorry, I love Jim Jordan, but he doesn’t get to call me a liar to the entire world,” Mr. DiSabato said. “He doesn’t get to call the victims of systemic sexual abuse liars. He doesn’t get to act like he wasn’t in the sauna with us every day being subject to voyeurism.”

    The allegations have cast a cloud over the congressman at a time when he is ascendant. Mr. Jordan has emerged as one of the president’s staunchest defenders, helping to lead a Republican counterinvestigation of F.B.I. and Justice Department officials who are looking into potential connections between the Trump campaign and Russian election interference. A founder of the House Freedom Caucus, Mr. Jordan has also been floated as a possible successor to Speaker Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin, who has announced he will retire at the end of the year.
    Some of his backers have suggested that Mr. Jordan’s accusers are also part of a “deep state” conspiracy to derail his political future.

    “Jim Jordan goes against the powerful interests at the F.B.I. & deep state to expose them & hold them accountable for their crimes,” tweeted Mike Tokes, a founder of The New Right, a conservative political organization. “Now all of a sudden there is a concentrated smear campaign against him in a deliberate attempt to discredit his work? The American people know better.”

    His supporters have tried to amass evidence of that conspiracy. One of the leading talking points, which Mr. Jordan referenced on Friday night, is the choice of the investigative law firm retained by Ohio State in the Strauss matter. The firm, Perkins Coie, worked for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee, and helped to pay for a dossier of unconfirmed accusations linking the Trump campaign to Russian intelligence.

    The Daily Caller has also encouraged its readers to question the accusers’ motivation and scrutinized their “sketchy history,” reporting that one of the accusers served an 18-month jail sentence for a fraud scheme.
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