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    Concerning the possible expulsion of Moore should he win?

    If Moore win’s the Senate seat and then after he goes to Washington, will the senate try to expel him for the accusations of these women for acts that happened 40 years ago prior to him ever being an acting member of the Senate?
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    This action just might open a whole can of worms, considering the resent disclosure that $17 million over the past 14 years has been paid to people who have also placed not only accusations against members of the Senate and House members, past and present, but have also received cash settlements to appease them so they wouldn’t proceed with criminal legal actions against these members.
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    If the Senate goes through with expelling of Moore after he’s seated, then what’s going to happen to all of the other members of congress that have also had the same type of allegations towards them? Should and will they also be held accountable and be expelled for their actions just like Moore.
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    That’s an interesting thought, because what’s good for one should be good for everyone else.
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    It is becoming clear that Hillary was wrong when she refereed to republican voters as a "basket of deplorables". It's not the voters, but the politicians themselves.

    Of course those that support the deplorable's don't own the high ground either.
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    It is becoming clear that Hillary was wrong when she refereed to republican voters as a "basket of deplorables". It's not the voters, but the politicians themselves.

    Of course those that support the deplorable's don't own the high ground either.
    Is there a list of "Acceptables" that I'm not aware of? Because other than Blues, who doesn't support politicians of any ilk, then there none of us that have claim to any high ground. I'm ok if you say none of them but at the same time and like anything in this world, there are degrees of deplorable. Yes/no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XD40scinNC View Post
    It is becoming clear that Hillary was wrong when she refereed to republican voters as a "basket of deplorables". It's not the voters, but the politicians themselves.

    Of course those that support the deplorable's don't own the high ground either.
    Don't forget that there are just as many deplorable politicians on the left side of the aisle as there are on the right.

    This is not so much a Democrat vs. Republican thing as it is a Politician who thinks he can get away with it vs. everybody else thing.

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    Never have, most of them are deplorable to some degree.

    But then there are those that condemn the likes of Al Franken, while supporting the pedophile Moore. What a difference an (R) makes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XD40scinNC View Post
    Never have, most of them are deplorable to some degree.

    But then there are those that condemn the likes of Al Franken, while supporting the pedophile Moore. What a difference an (R) makes.
    XD: Aren't you being a little premature calling Moore a pedophile considering there have only been allegations made against him thus far? Nothing concrete. And some of the allegations are proving to be possibly untrue. If he is guilty, the name pedohile will be appropriate. In Franken's case, there is pictoral evidence for inappropriate sexual behavior. Not only with the girl on the USO show with him but Ariana Huffington and several others. If all is true, they are both guilty and deserving of punishment of some sort.

    Surely, however, you have noticed how the Democrats are circling the wagons in an effort to defend Franken and save his seat. Guilt means nothing and will be covered up solely in the interests of politics. Immorality is rampant in Washington just as in the rest of the country and, in the end, nothing will happen to any of them. Wonder how many more will be accused?

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    All of this Inappropriate sexual behavior that has been paid off to the over 250 incidents over the last 17 years, paying over $17million of our tax dollars and swept under the carpet in order to keep there abusers in office looks like the Jeannie is out of the bottle. These actions wouldn't ever be accepted in a business environment because the stock holders wouldn't allow it and for the most part we are the stock holders of our government.
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    Each day we are hearing more and more comments from some of the people in Washington as well as some of the MSM calling for the disclosure of the names of everyone who benefited from these pay off actions and want not only all of their names and the repayment of those $17 million tax dollars to be returned to the government.
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    What I can't figure out is why and how could all of the female congresspersons allow these bribes and hush money to continue all of these years, because they had to know about all of this and by there silence, they are just as bad as anyone else, by condoning these actions to happen.
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