Varmintmist wrote: »
Annnnd another FrankenFeel just showed up. Still betting on crickets.
Jayhawker wrote: »
In feudal Japan, there was a way Franken (and his ilk) , could get out of his mess in an honorable manner....just a suggestion.
breamfisher wrote: »
That would require.... personal honor .
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Wambli Ska wrote: »
Moore: Allegations without evidence. No pictures, no sworn statements.
Mitch McConnell: I believe the allegations are true and he should leave the race.
Franken: We have a PICTURES and he acknowledges it DID happen!!!!!
Mitch McConnell: We need to investigate.
Exactly who is this idiot working for?!?!?!?!?!?
john9001 wrote: »
Mitch McConnell is the RINO poster boy. I think McConnell wants the democrats in control of the Senate, then he will have a excuse not to pass laws that upstart outsider Trump wants.
The swamp be dark and deep and full of evil creatures.
horselips wrote: »
....................Never forget that liberals are liars, they lie all the time, and they lie about everything........................
Senator Franken is talking with his family at this time and plans to make an announcement in D.C. tomorrow. Any reports of a final decision are inaccurate.
knitepoet wrote: »
Well local news broke the story that Frankenfuter has announced he's stepping down
JerryBobCo wrote: »
Now the dems can claim moral outrage over Roy Moore.
horselips wrote: »
Think. Nothing with liberals is ever as it appears. They would want you to believe that they are genuinely offended by Senator Franken's conduct, that they really care about women, that the moral high ground is really theirs, and that by setting themselves against Senator Franken they are seeking justice for the abused, and preserving the honor of the Senate.
Boosheet. Never forget that liberals are liars, they lie all the time, and they lie about everything.
Does anyone seriously believe that if Senator Franken represented a red state with a Republican governor, any of this would be happening? Of course not, not in a million years. If Franken represented Texas or Arizona or any other red state, with a GOP governor, they'd be circling the wagons around him, denouncing the accusers, and declaring Franken innocent until proven guilty. That photo on the plane was obvious humor, offending only the most overly-sensitive. They're throwing Al Franken under the bus because Minnesota is a blue state with a Democratic governor who is sure to appoint another Marxist to take Franken's place when he resigns.
The Democrats calling for Franken's career know his leaving won't matter, nothing will change, the balance of power will not shift. Replacing Franken is a bloodless victory, a freebie, that allows the Democrats to crow about their high and impartial ethical standards, so that when they set their sights on their real target, President Trump, they will have the necessary credibility to refute charges of politics as usual.
Bottom line: This has nothing to do with honor, molested women, or justice. It's all just groundwork for the real battle to come if and when (2018 elections) the Democrats regain control of Congress. It's a long game they're playing, with the first pitch still over a year away, but the Establishment Swamp is wide and deep and patient. They believe the game is scheduled, and they're getting ready to play ... hardball.
"Finding out that you have run out of toilet paper is a good example of lack of preparation, buying 10 years worth is silly"
alphasigmookie wrote: »
See post #20. It seems at least a few Democrats aren't completely stupid. Even if it took them way too long to wise up.
terminator012 wrote: »
Forgot you said that awhile back. Did you call Fox.
bobbyrlf3 wrote: »
He's gone. Wonder who will be appointed to take his seat? Probably someone worse....
bobbyrlf3 wrote: »
Probably someone worse....
Gene L wrote: »
He isn't gone yet. He can still withdraw his resignation. He's waiting to see the Moore election results. I saw his awkward resignation and no where did he apologize for his actions.