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2 years ago  ::  Nov 19, 2017 - 3:02PM #11
NW
Posts: 13,163

Nov 19, 2017 -- 12:44PM, Max wrote:


Does Trump support Roy Moore? White House official ducks the question 15 times.


www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/marc-short-... via @HuffPostPol




This isn't ducking the question.  This is answering the question exactly as he should.  Trump is not a judge nor is he a prosecutor or investigator.  Since the statute of limitations is expired, it really doesn't matter criminally if the guy is guilty; the due process he will receive is at the voting booth.  As far as Trump "supporting" Roy Moore, that wasn't even the question asked.  The official said that, if true, the actions would be disqualifying.  He said that he wasn't satisfied with Moore's explanation thus far.  However, he left the avenue open in case he is exonerated.

2 years ago  ::  Nov 19, 2017 - 5:06PM #12
yankoldfan
Posts: 8,265

Nov 19, 2017 -- 3:02PM, NW wrote:


Nov 19, 2017 -- 12:44PM, Max wrote:


Does Trump support Roy Moore? White House official ducks the question 15 times.


www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/marc-short-... via @HuffPostPol




This isn't ducking the question.  This is answering the question exactly as he should.  Trump is not a judge nor is he a prosecutor or investigator.  Since the statute of limitations is expired, it really doesn't matter criminally if the guy is guilty; the due process he will receive is at the voting booth.  As far as Trump "supporting" Roy Moore, that wasn't even the question asked.  The official said that, if true, the actions would be disqualifying.  He said that he wasn't satisfied with Moore's explanation thus far.  However, he left the avenue open in case he is exonerated.




The Statute of Limitations is over for the Sen from Minn. as well, but Donald has no problems attacking him does he ?? It's just whether we should have people that have a history of offenses against women, (Like Donald Has) should be holding office in our Government ??? If one is being put at a different standard than there is something wrong... I guess with Donald it's what letter they have in front of their name ??

2 years ago  ::  Nov 20, 2017 - 12:08AM #13
NW
Posts: 13,163

Nov 19, 2017 -- 5:06PM, yankoldfan wrote:


Nov 19, 2017 -- 3:02PM, NW wrote:


Nov 19, 2017 -- 12:44PM, Max wrote:


Does Trump support Roy Moore? White House official ducks the question 15 times.


www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/marc-short-... via @HuffPostPol




This isn't ducking the question.  This is answering the question exactly as he should.  Trump is not a judge nor is he a prosecutor or investigator.  Since the statute of limitations is expired, it really doesn't matter criminally if the guy is guilty; the due process he will receive is at the voting booth.  As far as Trump "supporting" Roy Moore, that wasn't even the question asked.  The official said that, if true, the actions would be disqualifying.  He said that he wasn't satisfied with Moore's explanation thus far.  However, he left the avenue open in case he is exonerated.




The Statute of Limitations is over for the Sen from Minn. as well, but Donald has no problems attacking him does he ?? It's just whether we should have people that have a history of offenses against women, (Like Donald Has) should be holding office in our Government ??? If one is being put at a different standard than there is something wrong... I guess with Donald it's what letter they have in front of their name ??




Did Trump attack Franken?  I'm not aware (I've worked 76 hours this week and haven't had time to monitor all the news).  As far as a "history of offenses against women", nobody is prohibited from holding federal office in the United States, even convicted felons.  That is up to the electorate to decide.  The electorate decided to elect Trump and they may or may not choose to elect Moore.  People are always treated differently by politicians according to the letter after their name and moreso in today's political climate.  Trump's spokesperson here is being very careful not to cross any lines before the allegations are confirmed and also being careful not to say anything that will get the RNC up in arms.  He's being a politician and a Democrat would do the same thing in the same position.

2 years ago  ::  Nov 20, 2017 - 7:02AM #14
yankoldfan
Posts: 8,265

Nov 20, 2017 -- 12:08AM, NW wrote:


Nov 19, 2017 -- 5:06PM, yankoldfan wrote:


Nov 19, 2017 -- 3:02PM, NW wrote:


Nov 19, 2017 -- 12:44PM, Max wrote:


Does Trump support Roy Moore? White House official ducks the question 15 times.


www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/marc-short-... via @HuffPostPol




This isn't ducking the question.  This is answering the question exactly as he should.  Trump is not a judge nor is he a prosecutor or investigator.  Since the statute of limitations is expired, it really doesn't matter criminally if the guy is guilty; the due process he will receive is at the voting booth.  As far as Trump "supporting" Roy Moore, that wasn't even the question asked.  The official said that, if true, the actions would be disqualifying.  He said that he wasn't satisfied with Moore's explanation thus far.  However, he left the avenue open in case he is exonerated.




The Statute of Limitations is over for the Sen from Minn. as well, but Donald has no problems attacking him does he ?? It's just whether we should have people that have a history of offenses against women, (Like Donald Has) should be holding office in our Government ??? If one is being put at a different standard than there is something wrong... I guess with Donald it's what letter they have in front of their name ??




Did Trump attack Franken?  I'm not aware (I've worked 76 hours this week and haven't had time to monitor all the news).  As far as a "history of offenses against women", nobody is prohibited from holding federal office in the United States, even convicted felons.  That is up to the electorate to decide.  The electorate decided to elect Trump and they may or may not choose to elect Moore.  People are always treated differently by politicians according to the letter after their name and moreso in today's political climate.  Trump's spokesperson here is being very careful not to cross any lines before the allegations are confirmed and also being careful not to say anything that will get the RNC up in arms.  He's being a politician and a Democrat would do the same thing in the same position.




You could work 24/7 and still would know yes to that answer... When doesn't Donald attack someone that's against him ?? 

2 years ago  ::  Nov 20, 2017 - 10:45AM #15
Max
Posts: 42,830

Nov 19, 2017 -- 5:06PM, yankoldfan wrote:


Nov 19, 2017 -- 3:02PM, NW wrote:


Nov 19, 2017 -- 12:44PM, Max wrote:


Does Trump support Roy Moore? White House official ducks the question 15 times.


www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/marc-short-... via @HuffPostPol




This isn't ducking the question.  This is answering the question exactly as he should.  Trump is not a judge nor is he a prosecutor or investigator.  Since the statute of limitations is expired, it really doesn't matter criminally if the guy is guilty; the due process he will receive is at the voting booth.  As far as Trump "supporting" Roy Moore, that wasn't even the question asked.  The official said that, if true, the actions would be disqualifying.  He said that he wasn't satisfied with Moore's explanation thus far.  However, he left the avenue open in case he is exonerated.




The Statute of Limitations is over for the Sen from Minn. as well, but Donald has no problems attacking him does he ?? It's just whether we should have people that have a history of offenses against women, (Like Donald Has) should be holding office in our Government ??? If one is being put at a different standard than there is something wrong... I guess with Donald it's what letter they have in front of their name ??




I know that you didn't comment on it, but I just want to point out that the article's headline that I posted is accurate. 

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2 years ago  ::  Nov 20, 2017 - 12:44PM #16
Max
Posts: 42,830

Does Trump agree with those comments? They sure sound like an endorsement. 


Kellyanne Conway on Roy Moore: we "want the votes" on taxes via @axios


www.axios.com/kellyanne-conway-roy-moore...

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2 years ago  ::  Nov 20, 2017 - 2:44PM #17
MajorYankFan
Posts: 32,868

Our favorite right-wing hypocrite, refuses to denounce


even child molestors. Why Comrade Art Marx, why?


MSNBC conservative obliterates Kellyanne Conway for wanting to put 'an accused pedophile' in the Senate

2 years ago  ::  Nov 21, 2017 - 11:07AM #18
MajorYankFan
Posts: 32,868

Another day passing in which Comrade Art Marx


refuses to denounce child molestors.

2 years ago  ::  Nov 21, 2017 - 11:15AM #19
ArtVandelay
Posts: 34,732

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2 years ago  ::  Nov 21, 2017 - 11:15AM #20
MajorYankFan
Posts: 32,868


Fox Reaches $90M Settlement In Complaint On Sex Harassment Scandal

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