Roy Moore's sexual assault allegation...

Roy Moore's sexual assault allegations have Republicans looking at options to replace him

There are 49 comments on the Fox News story from Nov 16, 2017, titled Roy Moore's sexual assault allegations have Republicans looking at options to replace him. In it, Fox News reports that:

Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore continues to face fallout after allegations that he had inappropriate sexual contact with teenage girls surfaced last week. The Republican National Committee pulled its funding from the candidate Tuesday after multiple women went on record to accuse Moore of sexual misconduct when he was in his 30s and they were teenagers.

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L Craig s Hush Puppies

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Nov 16, 2017
Let's be fair to Mullah Moore: Amidst his dating and flirting with and mall stalking of and (one, I think) claimed overt sexual assault of early teens it appears some of the young women he dated or flirted with or stalked at the mall were in their late teens and thus presumably over Alabama's age of consent.
Voter

Richmond, IN

#2 Nov 16, 2017
L Craig s Hush Puppies wrote:
Let's be fair to Mullah Moore: Amidst his dating and flirting with and mall stalking of and (one, I think) claimed overt sexual assault of early teens it appears some of the young women he dated or flirted with or stalked at the mall were in their late teens and thus presumably over Alabama's age of consent.
So what does it say about the Republican Party and for that also the alafuckinbama republican electorate and all those fine religious folks pastors and whatnot?
It screams hippocrite the furthest from god and when they try to make excuses they sound more like Hippocrates that before I'm disgusted with those people pastors and republicans they suck and what am I to think about church or for that matter what would god think about the pastors and preachers backing that scum?
Take a look at your young daughter and ask if a man in his thirties was trolling her? Make no mistake that's what he did troll! I'm sickened by the
Religious right standing by Moore and for that matter Trump also!
How did these guys become the face of god?
For Christ would be sickened by either of these men I think it weakens their churches and self respect my uncle told me that he thinks " god made Trump run for president and made him win!" Am sorry but "God"did not they need to lower there heads to find the responsible party!
HIPPOCRITES!!!!!!!!
Shame!!!!!
L Craig s Hush Puppies

Philadelphia, PA

#4 Nov 16, 2017
Voter wrote:
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So what does it say about the Republican Party and for that also the alafuckinbama republican electorate and all those fine religious folks pastors and whatnot?
I long ago concluded what it says to me, but I still think however stalkerish or intimidating Mullah Moore's behavior might have been that in at least some of the cases the young women would have been over the age of consent in Alabama. The fact is that that's a material difference - his behavior with any early teens would be far, far more concerning.

As for "family values"....

Moral lecturer to the nation William Bennett's paid dominatrix sessions while on his Las Vegas gambling junkets; Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva's secretly recording a male teenager playing a game of strip poker in Silva's bedroom at a summer camp; Sen. Vitter's adult diaper play; Sen. Ensign's hand in the nookie jar; Gov. Sanford's walk on the Argentinian tail; Larry Craig's wide stance on airport layovers; "Bishop" Longfellows intimate counseling of wards; bi pastor Ted Haggard's male hustler jaunts; "Dr." Rekker's strapping, young luggage handler; Mark Foley's smartphone footsie with undressed, underage pages; 64 year old "pro choice" Rep. Tim Murphy's extramarital "divorcing family values" affair with 32 year old Shannon Edwards during which he suggested she get an abortion; Roy Ashburn's DUI with his male date after leaving a gay bar; Dennis Hastert's student wrasslin'; Republican (ex) state Sen. Bryce Marlatt kissing his uber driver's neck like a proverbial Trumpian p'y grab; Alambama Gov. Robert Bentley extra marital fling with a senior political colleague of his; Rep. Jim Kolbe's boi rafting trip; FL Rep. Bob Allen's park solicitation of a male, undercover cop; Mike Yenni of Louisiana's sexting male teens; OK state senator Ralph Shortey's arrest in a motel room with a teenage boy for child prostitution and two other felonies; stridently anti gay "pastor" Kenneth Adkins's conviction on all eight charges in the sexual molestation of a teenage girl and boy at his church seven years ago - all in my opinion, naturally. Even the many proven instances.
Red Crosse

Wilmington, IL

#5 Nov 16, 2017
That is exactly what the right wants you to be, sickened. They want you as miserable as you made them for a generation with your 63 genders, and your identity politics. You are playing right into their hands. Most people didn't want President Trump, but they didn't want President Clinton even more. It turns out President Trump is better then they thought he would be, and their lives are better then they have been for years. Dirty politics are not going to work any longer.
DR X

Greenfield, IN

#6 Nov 16, 2017
Red Crosse wrote:
That is exactly what the right wants you to be, sickened. They want you as miserable as you made them for a generation with your 63 genders, and your identity politics. You are playing right into their hands. Most people didn't want President Trump, but they didn't want President Clinton even more. It turns out President Trump is better then they thought he would be, and their lives are better then they have been for years. Dirty politics are not going to work any longer.
More what-about-ism... Seriously, what's any of your rambling mess got to do with Roy Moore pulling a 14 year old girl's pants down and groping her vulva? Try to focus in on the topic at hand.
Red Crosse

Wilmington, IL

#7 Nov 16, 2017
The Democrats must have this seat to remain credible. I don't think all the women that have accused Moore of assault are lying, but enough are to shed a shadow on the character of the rest to make old Roy a victim. He didn't do it. They cannot prove any of it, and it has been decades since these events supposedly took place. It makes no sense that 3 women would tell the same story about the same man on the same day after decades of silence. No one believes them. All they did was make Moore look like a victim.
Cordwainer Trout

Raywick, KY

#8 Nov 16, 2017
Red Crosse wrote:
The Democrats must have this seat to remain credible. I don't think all the women that have accused Moore of assault are lying, but enough are to shed a shadow on the character of the rest to make old Roy a victim. He didn't do it. They cannot prove any of it, and it has been decades since these events supposedly took place. It makes no sense that 3 women would tell the same story about the same man on the same day after decades of silence. No one believes them. All they did was make Moore look like a victim.
None of the women remember a damn thing that happened in the 1970s. Moore was on Alabama's Supreme Court and in other public positions. The timing of these allegations, all, put the claims outside any reasonable concept of believability. Swamp creatures don't want a staunch, outspoken Christian in the U.S. Senate, because they have the blood of many millions on their hands.
C Kersey

Dallas, TX

#9 Nov 16, 2017
"They don't want to be at war with the media; they want to get along with the media. We're talking establishment personalities here...people who live and work in Washington and no matter what party they're from, they all want to work together... The whole notion of being on offense and attacking is not what they want... When there are allegations of this kind of thing that surface, the Republicans are gonna be the first to condemn it, thinking that if they don't voters are gonna think they support it..." ---Rush Limbaugh, 16 November 2017
L Craig s Hush Puppies

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Nov 16, 2017
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
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None of the women remember a damn thing that happened in the 1970s. Moore
Mullah Moore himself has confirmed or admitted a portion of the claims about him. There went your "argument."
Alabamy Groper Joe

United States

#11 Nov 17, 2017
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
<quoted text>

None of the women remember a damn thing that happened in the 1970s. Moore was on Alabama's Supreme Court and in other public positions. The timing of these allegations, all, put the claims outside any reasonable concept of believability. Swamp creatures don't want a staunch, outspoken Christian in the U.S. Senate, because they have the blood of many millions on their hands.
Well if the citizens of Alabama want a Christian in Washington they won't get it in Moore, that's for damn sure. He's a self righteous hypocrite, among other things. Moore is a self serving, Bible thumping loud mouth who will tell the clueless what they want to hear in exchange for a vote. And the sight of his cow wife gazing at him for the cameras in admiration for this louse is the the most sickening display of lousy acting skills I've witnessed in a long time. She must have honed her feigning skills from watching old clips of Tammy Faye Baker in action.
Red Crosse

Wilmington, IL

#12 Nov 17, 2017
Fox news ran a poll with many more Democrats then Republicans to show the Democrat was winning. A reputable firm ran a poll showing Moore 8 points ahead of the Democrat whose name nobody remembers. Moore will win, and the women will disappear, and the Establishment Republicans will crawl back into their hidey holes for 6 more years.
Voter

Richmond, IN

#13 Nov 17, 2017
Red Crosse wrote:
That is exactly what the right wants you to be, sickened. They want you as miserable as you made them for a generation with your 63 genders, and your identity politics. You are playing right into their hands. Most people didn't want President Trump, but they didn't want President Clinton even more. It turns out President Trump is better then they thought he would be, and their lives are better then they have been for years. Dirty politics are not going to work any longer.
I'm sorry !
How is my life better this year than it was last year ?

I personally don't own stocks
I personally am not a wealthy person
I work and make a living am not paycheck to paycheck
But haven't been for years
I pay my bills and live within my means and I don't say one thing and do a totally opposite thing
I don't make laws that make the rich even richer
And give the corporations tax breaks without conditions
I don't stand on tv and call everyone names and complain about the debt being 20 trillion and then when I come to power pass whatever?
As long as obamas name goes away no matter who it hurts oh and add trillions more to debt( unless maybe if it happens the economy increases ) for that matter when has trickle down ever tricked down
Here is a thought the only thing I have ever seen trickle down is shit !
Shit trickles down from a rich mans ass all over the peasants faces and the Republican Party always makes it rain on their rich buddy's at the expense of the average person
In other words how are you going to run a country repair the infrastructure and do all the things that need done with the taxes of the average who are a breakdown away from being broke
And give tax breaks ( without conditions) to those who have it all in the bank and have for years there is your infrastructure
And you know what! Our teenage daughters are not there for the amusement of the rich assholes perverts like trump and Moore or for that matter all the people you mention
And to make excuses for them so you can keep them makes you morally compromised or it could be you have preyed on them yourself and want to make it seem ok so you feel better
These guys suck nobody really likes them including you so why compromise yourself for them
As for trump he is dirty ! His money is dirty Russian laundered money
It's simple when I or you go to a bank for a loan we give them our taxes
His are no where to be found eixcept for what he wanted you to see!
The one place on earth you won't need to submit your taxes is Russia launder money mill
Dirty filthy people the swamp is in the White House
I take it back go ahead and elect the pedifile the capitol is the perfect place for him with the rest of the scum you sir can be his boi!
Voter

United States

#14 Nov 17, 2017
Alabamy Groper Joe wrote:
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Well if the citizens of Alabama want a Christian in Washington they won't get it in Moore, that's for damn sure. He's a self righteous hypocrite, among other things. Moore is a self serving, Bible thumping loud mouth who will tell the clueless what they want to hear in exchange for a vote. And the sight of his cow wife gazing at him for the cameras in admiration for this louse is the the most sickening display of lousy acting skills I've witnessed in a long time. She must have honed her feigning skills from watching old clips of Tammy Faye Baker in action.
You sir can get an amen!?!
Voter

Richmond, IN

#15 Nov 17, 2017
L Craig s Hush Puppies wrote:
Let's be fair to Mullah Moore: Amidst his dating and flirting with and mall stalking of and (one, I think) claimed overt sexual assault of early teens it appears some of the young women he dated or flirted with or stalked at the mall were in their late teens and thus presumably over Alabama's age of consent.
Wow! I hope you are being sarcastic
Voter

Richmond, IN

#16 Nov 17, 2017
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
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None of the women remember a damn thing that happened in the 1970s. Moore was on Alabama's Supreme Court and in other public positions. The timing of these allegations, all, put the claims outside any reasonable concept of believability. Swamp creatures don't want a staunch, outspoken Christian in the U.S. Senate, because they have the blood of many millions on their hands.
Wow! Don't drink the kool aid bro!
Don't drink it!

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#17 Nov 17, 2017
Red Crosse wrote:
Fox news ran a poll with many more Democrats then Republicans to show the Democrat was winning. A reputable firm ran a poll showing Moore 8 points ahead of the Democrat whose name nobody remembers. Moore will win, and the women will disappear, and the Establishment Republicans will crawl back into their hidey holes for 6 more years.
I envy your ability to dismiss facts. Or maybe you're "attracted" to holier-than-thou hypocritical perverts.
just helping outs

Cabot, AR

#18 Nov 17, 2017
Yes. Don't drink dat tainted Kool-Aid!
VP Mullah Elect Pence

Philadelphia, PA

#19 Nov 17, 2017
Voter wrote:
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Wow! I hope you are being sarcastic
I honestly think we should be fair in our arguments about Mullah Moore and about Ill Duce Trump.

Whether an ultra jeesus hypocrite 30 something is having sex with or stalking or flirting early teens or is having sex with or stalking or flirting with teens over the age of consent is, in fact, a significant difference. That's legal fact.

I assume you wouldn't support Mullah Moore in any event, and I assume the average Alabama voter would support Mullah Moore in any event.

Now, do you "think" this post contains sarcasm or is sarcastic? Which? Because your post indicates you hail from the Quayle Rectal Rear State, one that is much beloved in the Midwest.
Hostis Publicus

Columbus, OH

#20 Nov 17, 2017
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
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None of the women remember a damn thing that happened in the 1970s. Moore was on Alabama's Supreme Court and in other public positions. The timing of these allegations, all, put the claims outside any reasonable concept of believability. Swamp creatures don't want a staunch, outspoken Christian in the U.S. Senate, because they have the blood of many millions on their hands.
I see you're still defending kiddie diddlers trouser trout!
Alafukinbama

Richmond, IN

#21 Nov 17, 2017
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
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None of the women remember a damn thing that happened in the 1970s. Moore was on Alabama's Supreme Court and in other public positions. The timing of these allegations, all, put the claims outside any reasonable concept of believability. Swamp creatures don't want a staunch, outspoken Christian in the U.S. Senate, because they have the blood of many millions on their hands.
You are nuts sir
And we are all dumber for having read that at no time in your incoherent inconsistent rambling
Did you make one ounce of sense
I award you no points!
And may god have mercy on your soul

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