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MyOpinion --- 245 days ago -

AMAC was founded to provide conservative Americans with an alternative to the liberal organization AARP. The core purpose is to advocate for Americans aged 50+ on Social Security,Taxes,Growth in Government,Medical Care,National Debt, and Immigration. Go to AMAC.us to join. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 245 days ago -

Wow, interesting. I didn't know AARP was considered "liberal. " it's a shame the issues we all face and are interested in can't just be about people. Politics is ruining us. 

Joe Blow --- 245 days ago -

Spare us. The GOP is against returning to the seniors all they paid into their whole lives. They refer to them as ENTITLEMENTS instead of what they really are: DEFERRED BENEFITS. Douchebag Ryan slipped medicare vouchers into his tax plan failure.

Love the unborn then kick the children and the elderly to the curb and anyone in between also unless you're in the top 1% filthy rich.

A sign of intelligence is when you vote in your own best interests, you all. You might want to consider that at some point.

LMFAO 

Dorothy Parker --- 245 days ago -

How is AARP liberal?? 

Joe Blow --- 245 days ago -

They typically side with the democratic candidates strictly because they do what's best for the elderly therefore the pubies have labeled them liberal. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 245 days ago -

This whole "them against us" thing has gotten so over the top- when people are told to vote for a pedophile, because his opponent is a democrat, shows how far this lunacy has gone. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

Who is the convicted pedophile? 

Joe Blow --- 245 days ago -

And when was Hillary convicted of anything?


Right on, ATD! 

Joe Blow --- 245 days ago -

Oh I get it. The dems only need to be accused but the pubies need to be convicted before it's real. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 245 days ago -

Spare us or spank us??? Lol lol 

Joe Blow --- 245 days ago -

So SSFG you coming on the ride with me? The hayride that is. You can sit on my lap. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 245 days ago -

No Joe, a thousand times no!! 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

No you don't get it. It's about the mentality of believing a 40 year old felony allegation base on zero evidence. 

the Markster --- 245 days ago -

40 years ago, what evidence could a 14 year old girl present against a then sitting judge that would satisfy you, bob?

Why is it, multiple counts of the same person doing the same thing to multiple (girls) not acceptable? Id bet you have never been raped.

Eye witness testimony is evidence. To state "zero evidence" is to call those women "liars".
Where is the evidence that those women lied? bob 

the Markster --- 245 days ago -

You can sit on my lap.

Careful what you wish for Joe. Cooties come in all shapes and sizes 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 245 days ago -

the Markster --- 9 min ago - quote - hide comments
You can sit on my lap.

Careful what you wish for Joe. Cooties come in all shapes and sizes

Oh, no! Cooties! Kindergarten insults at it's finest! LOL! 

the Markster --- 245 days ago -

lol 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 245 days ago -

Cooties OR Ccchies??? LOL 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

Why is it, multiple counts of the same person doing the same thing to multiple (girls) not acceptable?

What part of this do you not understand? When Juanita Broderick, Pau;la Jones and Lincola Sullivan accuse Bill Clinton of the same thing he was elected POTUS and that was OK right? Even after occupying the WH, he had an oval office trist with an intern and lied about it under oath, but that was ok, right? 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

40 years ago, what evidence could a 14 year old girl present against a then sitting judge that would satisfy you, bob?

Oh I see how you work, So, anybody can say anything happened 40 years ago and in your mind its automaticaloly true. Oh wait, if I get a few people to say sometjhing then it has to be true, right? THe world is flat Mark. 

the Markster --- 245 days ago -

40 years ago, what evidence could a 14 year old girl present against a then sitting judge that would satisfy you, bob?

Oh I see how you work,


No you don't. You would have had an answer. Why are you bringing up irrelevant people? B. Clinton? Really? If thats the best you have, you have nothing.
Flat earth society member? Why am Im not surprised? 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

Oh so your a person that embraces the double standard. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 245 days ago -

Emp, who says it was OK? We all know how that ended up- There are so many things Moore has done to show his true character- even the republicans in Ala.- Half of them didn't vote for him- 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

There are so many things Moore has done to show his true character-

Like what? 

the Markster --- 245 days ago -

Oh so your a person that embraces the double standard.

LOL bob... You forget B.Clinton was impeached. You overlook Weiner is in prison. You already forget Franken resigned. But R. Moore gets a pass from you because ........... double std

Posta-pleeze 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

But R. Moore gets a pass from you because ........... double std

What do you not understand about the word evidence and corroboration?

Franken admitted it
Weiner was busted on evidence from the FBI
Clinton was impeached but not convicted of the crime he committed. 

the Markster --- 245 days ago -

What do you not understand about the word evidence

What you consistently overlook is eyewitness testimony is evidence. Again:
what evidence could a 14 year old girl present against a then sitting judge that would satisfy you, bob?

circa 1977....teenage girls....now grown women....saying the same thing....about the same person....re-living the same horrible experience.....
Obviously you have never experienced being raped.
Your lack of empathy stinks 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

What you consistently overlook is eyewitness testimony is evidence.

What eye witness? Do you even know what corroboration means? 

the Markster --- 245 days ago -

What eye witness?

The ones that came fwd. bob 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

I think we're done here. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 245 days ago -

Emp, in answer to your question:
Once again, past remarks from Alabama?s Republican candidate for US Senate, Roy Moore, have exposed him saying something that can be interpreted as, if not pro-slavery, slavery-tolerant.

Andrew Kaczynski at CNN uncovered 2011 remarks in which Moore responded positively to a radio host?s comment that all constitutional amendments after the 10th should be abolished. Moore said, ?That would eliminate many problems. You know, people don?t understand how some of these amendments have completely tried to wreck the form of government that our forefathers intended.?

Moore, who is facing Democrat Doug Jones in a special election on Tuesday, apparently believes that the amendments enacted after the Bill of Rights have negatively limited states? rights, citing as one example the 14th Amendment. Moore argued the 14th Amendment ?restrict[s] the states from doing something that the federal government was restricted from doing and allow[s] the federal government to do something which the first 10 amendments prevented them from doing.?

The 14th Amendment, which guarantees equal protection under the law, would later be used by the US Supreme Court to strike down states? bans on same-sex marriage, including the Alabama ban that Moore supported so strongly that he got kicked off the state Supreme Court for refusing to stop enforcing it. The amendment?s been central to other US Supreme Court decisions protecting civil rights as well, including those that supported racial integration in public education and ended states? bans on interracial marriage.

There are also many other amendments after the 10th of massive importance to civil rights: the 13th ended slavery, the 15th protects black voting rights, and the 19th gives women the right to vote. (The 17th also establishes popular votes for US Senate elections, a process Moore is currently in the middle of.)

So Moore suggested getting rid of the constitutional amendments that ended slavery and protect both black Americans? and women?s voting rights.

Moore keeps getting caught making racially insensitive comments
Kaczynski?s reveal comes a few days after comments resurfaced in which Moore said that the US was ?great? during the era of slavery.

Asked by a black man at a September campaign rally about what President Donald Trump means when he says ?make America great again,? Moore at first acknowledged the US?s history of racial tensions. Then he said, ?I think it was great at the time when families were united ? even though we had slavery. They cared for one another. People were strong in the families. Our families were strong. Our country had a direction.? He later added that he was focused on culture, not policy, in his remarks.

Moore?s campaign has strenuously rejected the suggestion that Moore is okay with America?s original sin.

A campaign spokesperson responded to CNN about the constitutional amendment comments:

Once again, the media is taking a discussion about the overall framework for the separation of powers as laid out in the constitution to twist Roy Moore?s position on specific issues. Roy Moore does not now nor has he ever favored limiting an individual?s right to vote, and as a judge, he was noted for his fairness and for being a champion of civil rights.

Judge Moore has expressed concern, as many other conservatives have, that the historical trend since the ratification of the Bill of Rights has been for federal empowerment over state empowerment.

Similarly, a campaign official told me last week, after I asked if Moore really thought America was last great when it had slavery, ?To suggest such is recklessly malicious. Judge Moore clearly made his point: America is great when our families are united, as in the husband and wife committed to each other and raising their children to be good citizens.? She did not respond to a follow-up question about why, then, Moore brought up slavery at all.

But this isn?t the first time Moore has made horribly insensitive comments. At the very same September campaign rally, he referred to Native Americans and Asian Americans as ?reds and yellows.? Prior to that, he compared the Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage to the decision that effectively denied black people citizenship. He has questioned whether former President Barack Obama was born in the US. And he previously argued that Muslims should not be allowed to serve in Congress.

Then there?s the multiple allegations against Moore of sexual harassment and assault, including an accusation from a woman who was 14 at the time of the alleged assault.

No one but Moore can say with certainty what?s in his heart and mind. But there?s a straightforward explanation for why Moore keeps getting caught making these kinds of comments over and over again: He believes what he?s saying.

Take Moore at his word
These days, politicians don?t normally get caught making remarks that can be interpreted as anything remotely close to pro-slavery. It would typically be considered a complete ? probably campaign-ending ? disaster if a major candidate for office said anything that could be construed as explicitly racist.

Yet Moore has been caught making these kinds of remarks not once, but twice. And on top of that, he has a history of bigoted remarks.

We saw a similar thing with Trump, who?s backing Moore. As candidate for president, he made all sorts of racist comments ? suggesting that Mexican immigrants are criminals and rapists, proposing a ban on all Muslims entering the US, saying a US judge should recuse himself from a case simply because of his Mexican heritage, and deploying dog whistles about ?law and order.?

Just like Moore, Trump?s supporters insisted he wasn?t racist. But then, as president, Trump equated a group of neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and white nationalists who descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, with the counterprotesters who stood against them. His administration has also pursued policies that will disproportionately hurt minority groups, including his travel ban, immigration restrictions, ?tough on crime? policies, and potential voting restrictions. The campaign warnings became presidential reality.

Perhaps at some point we should take these adult men at their word ? and listen to the things that they keep saying. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

My question was what has he done, not what has he said. 

jackass --- 245 days ago -

It's about the mentality of believing a 40 year old felony allegation base on zero evidence.


It all depends on who?s name is attached...if it?s someone you don?t like you?re not so quick to defend it. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

I'm no fan of Moore, but I'm also no fan of baseless allegations with no corroboration being accepted as truth. 

jackass --- 245 days ago -

Unless the name Hillary is attached... 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

IRT to Hillary, there's plenty of evidence that she had a private server she was using for government emails. Plenty of evidence she had 33,000 government emails on that server; many of which were classified. 

the Markster --- 245 days ago -

Paper thin bob 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 245 days ago -

You don't have to believe me, its the FBIs information. 

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