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Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

One American News interviewed the folks in Gadston where Moore grew up and where several of the ladies who are making the accusation live. They all know the man and solidly back him. Most recent accuser is an admitted drug abuser. Timing is very suspect.

BTW four people have come forward accusing Pitts of sealing their lunch money in grammar school. Are we going to continue to support a bully? Demand that Pitts be dropped from the LJW.

On Opinion: Accused child molester in Senate?

Posted 23 November 2017, 10:44 a.m. Suggest removal

Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

Feel free to do so ... does not change the point.

On Letter to the editor: Guns among us

Posted 22 November 2017, 9:24 p.m. Suggest removal

Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

Getting hard to tell us Deplorables from the rest of the players!

Tickles me to see these celebrates being trashed. They make fortunes bombarding the public with violent movies, music and video games ... then lead the call for gun control. They make their livings hyper-sexualizing every aspect of life and then demand the head of anybody who responds in kind.

"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men, ...".John Dalberg-Acton

Hilary and Waters are examples that suggest the same applies to powerful women as well.

Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

"Hard to believe that all the accusations against Moore aren't true. "

I, myself, am skeptical. In most cases (Hollywood and business) the victim should be believed. However, in the political arena unproven/unprovable accusation is just another tool of the opposition. Subsequently, I feel we need to demand a higher level of validation before we pass judgement.

Seems to me that labeling the conservative opponent a racist or homophobe has been used so much that it doesn't carry the same weight ... tool of the day is sexual harasser/abuser.

Read some of the hate-filled posts on this site and ask yourself if you could/should put stock in a 40 year old accusation made by one of them against a someone with an opposing view.

Also ...
"What's missing in the conversation about Moore is his arrogance".

Can anyone who voted for or supported Obama question the arrogance of any political? Obama blew off Congress and most of the American people to pursue his vision.

On Opinion: If he wins, he should be expelled

Posted 22 November 2017, 10:25 a.m. Suggest removal

Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

There is no defending sexual harassment or abuse of young girls by grown men.

A few thoughts on the letter and comments...

If 40 year old accusations can derail a slam dunk election or if a crude picture can get a seated senator (who use to be a crude comedian) to be forced to resign, guess what we are in for from now on!

Louis Farrakhan never allowed himself to be alone with a woman. Since the majority of business and political power brokers in the world are male, who will pay the price should it become necessary to protect oneself from this type of potential vulnerability?

Amazes me how how selective Democrats are when it comes to moral authority.

Definition of sexual harassment is getting pretty strained. How does a person know that a sexual advance is unwanted unless it is actually advanced? Also seems inconsistent with the modern approach which seems to be "Nothing ventured, nothing gained".

"Moore does like them young" ... "at least Franken isn't into children" . Inconsistent, in the Frankin picture that lady appears to be at least 15 years younger then he ... just like the age difference you point out between Moore and his wife.

"Moore does like them young" ... someone needs to read up on human nature. Attraction is hardwired into both sexes!

On Opinion: If he wins, he should be expelled

Posted 20 November 2017, 11:04 p.m. Suggest removal

Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

I suspect you are going to be disappointed with Muller's Christmas present ... but the rest of us are going to be pleased with what the New Year has in store for the Clintons!

On Opinion: The tactics of a child president

Posted 20 November 2017, 4:05 p.m. Suggest removal

Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

"vote democrat in future elections which is a fiscally smart choice." ... fiscally responsive Democrats? What planet are you from?

Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

Donations to the Clinton Foundation are in the tank. They dropped 50% immediately after she lost.when they realized their bucks would no longer buy influence.

On Opinion: The tactics of a child president

Posted 19 November 2017, 9:21 p.m. Suggest removal

Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

There are roughly 32,000 deaths a year from firearms.
60% are suicides. That’s 19,200.
3% are accidental. That’s 820.
4% are justified. That’s 1,280.
33% are homicides. That’s 10,560 … 80% of those homicides are gang-related. That’s 8,448.

So accidental and non-gang related killings are 1,712 out of 312 million people.

In 2015 alone, there were 35,092 motor vehicle deaths (highest level in 50 years). Of these 3,477 people were killed, and 391,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers … the primary distraction? … sending texts while driving.

Appears that if you don’t intend suicide, hang out in the hood, or are not planning a crime, your odds of being killed by a texting driver are greater than being killed by a firearm.

Guns are power … and we are seeing the lengths that the “ruling class” will go to acquire and maintain power. The 2nd Amendment is there for a reason!

On Letter to the editor: Guns among us

Posted 19 November 2017, 11:38 a.m. Suggest removal

Heygary1 (Anonymous) says...

There are roughly 32,000 deaths a year from firearms.
60% are suicides. That’s 19,200.
3% are accidental. That’s 320.
4% are justified. That’s 1,280.
33% are homicides. That’s 10,560 … 80% of those homicides are gang-related. That’s 8,448.
So accidental and non-gang related killings are 1,712 out of 312 million people.

In 2015 alone, there were 35,092 motor vehicle deaths (highest level in 50 years). Of these 3,477 people were killed, and 391,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers … the primary distraction? … sending texts while driving.

Appears that if you don’t intend suicide, hang out in the hood, or are not planning a crime, your odds of being killed by a texting driver are greater than being killed by a firearm.

Guns are power … and we are seeing the lengths that the “ruling class” will go to acquire and maintain power. The 2nd Amendment is there for a reason!

On Editorial: It’s time to talk about guns

Posted 13 November 2017, 6:18 p.m. Suggest removal

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