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10 minutes ago, PleaseBlitz said:

 

Maybe in 1996.

Many people are saying it was because the boys Epstein got for Pence were too old. 

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4 minutes ago, volsmet said:

Gavin Newsome is a grade-a douchebag.

 

 

Yes he is. But I wouldn't feel bad for his ex wife. She married him, got divorced, married again, got divorced again, and still chose to date a family friend, Donald Trump Jr. while he was married (but seperated).

 

She sure picks winners. 

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4 hours ago, nonniey said:

Concede Hart is a good example of voters holding him to account but then so is Moore. 

 

Roy Moore is a good example of voters holding someone accountable?

 

Roughly a month before the election, it's revealed that when the candidate was a prosecuting attorney, in his 40s, he was banned from the local shopping mall because of all the complaints they got about him propositioning underage girls. 

 

And he got what, 49% of the vote?  

 

What he's is a good example of is that if it's revealed that a 40 year old man has a history of hitting on teenaged girls, roughly 10% of Republican voters will vote against him or stay home. 

 

(Once. Maybe after a few years, they still won't vote for him.)

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7 minutes ago, Larry said:

 

Roy Moore is a good example of voters holding someone accountable?

 

Roughly a month before the election, it's revealed that when the candidate was a prosecuting attorney, in his 40s, he was banned from the local shopping mall because of all the complaints they got about him propositioning underage girls. 

 

And he got what, 49% of the vote?  

 

What he's is a good example of is that if it's revealed that a 40 year old man has a history of hitting on teenaged girls, roughly 10% of Republican voters will vote against him or stay home. 

 

(Once. Maybe after a few years, they still won't vote for him.)

 

But "Judges" and showing Libtards who is boss.

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29 minutes ago, The Evil Genius said:

 

Yes he is. But I wouldn't feel bad for his ex wife. She married him, got divorced, married again, got divorced again, and still chose to date a family friend, Donald Trump Jr. while he was married (but seperated).

 

She sure picks winners. 

 

Indeed. Gavin loves coke, lies, and hair gel ... she knew who she was with when they got together & so will the skankapotomi to follow. 

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Voters holding people accountable? Roy Moore?!?! Holy ****. Do you know how much crap he pulled that should be disqualifying even before the stuff about the underage girls came out?

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1 hour ago, Larry said:

 

Roy Moore is a good example of voters holding someone accountable?

 

Roughly a month before the election, it's revealed that when the candidate was a prosecuting attorney, in his 40s, he was banned from the local shopping mall because of all the complaints they got about him propositioning underage girls. 

 

And he got what, 49% of the vote?  

 

What he's is a good example of is that if it's revealed that a 40 year old man has a history of hitting on teenaged girls, roughly 10% of Republican voters will vote against him or stay home. 

 

(Once. Maybe after a few years, they still won't vote for him.)

Yeah he lost in Alabama. there was no way he could have lost unless a section of Republicans abandoned him.  Republicans determine who holds statewide office in that state and Moore was found wanting.

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4 minutes ago, nonniey said:

Yeah he lost in Alabama. there was no way he could have lost unless a section of Republicans abandoned him.  Republicans determine who holds statewide office in that state and Moore was found wanting.

 

Are you at all interested in the truth or just trying to prove a point? You are wrong. There are literal vote tallies that prove this without a doubt lol

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21 minutes ago, Sacks 'n' Stuff said:

Voters holding people accountable? Roy Moore?!?! Holy ****. Do you know how much crap he pulled that should be disqualifying 

 

Euthanizing, even.

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24 minutes ago, nonniey said:

Yeah he lost in Alabama. there was no way he could have lost unless a section of Republicans abandoned him.  Republicans determine who holds statewide office in that state and Moore was found wanting.

 

I don’t think this example proves the point you’re trying to prove

 

if this example were to prove your point Moore would get, what, 10% of the vote? I figure 10% of people are hopeless. Maybe higher in that **** hole state. 

 

He got close to 50%. I’m sorry but that’s shameful. It certainly isn’t an example of republican voters holding him accountable. 

 

At all. 

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4 hours ago, Larry said:

 

Roy Moore is a good example of voters holding someone accountable?

 

Roughly a month before the election, it's revealed that when the candidate was a prosecuting attorney, in his 40s, he was banned from the local shopping mall because of all the complaints they got about him propositioning underage girls. 

 

And he got what, 49% of the vote?  

 

What he's is a good example of is that if it's revealed that a 40 year old man has a history of hitting on teenaged girls, roughly 10% of Republican voters will vote against him or stay home. 

Alabamans were more upset that the teenage girls he molested were not his own blood relations like a proper southerner. You can't spell relationship without relations.

 

What do you call the sweat on the bodies of two Alabamans having sex?

 

Relative humidity. 

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4 hours ago, nonniey said:

Yeah he lost in Alabama. there was no way he could have lost unless a section of Republicans abandoned him.  Republicans determine who holds statewide office in that state and Moore was found wanting.

 

So your point is that the Republicans voted 90% for him, as opposed to the usual 100%. And therefore he was rejected by the Republicans (and no one else)?  

 

I find Crystal Light (well, the Wal Mart version of it) a lot cheaper than Kool Aid. You should look into it. 

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13 hours ago, nonniey said:

Yeah he lost in Alabama. there was no way he could have lost unless a section of Republicans abandoned him.  Republicans determine who holds statewide office in that state and Moore was found wanting.

If the voters held him accountable, he should have never become the Republican candidate. He won the primary. Republicans overlooked pedophilia and said "This is the guy we want to run for Senate! In fact, we want him more than ANY other republican running!"

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I can remember Republican voters holding the RINOs accountable.  Now that was only because the RINOs weren’t quite racist enough for them...but they did hold them accountable.

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On 7/12/2019 at 1:11 AM, Destino said:

“A jail sentence doesn’t matter anymore. The only thing that gets you shunned in New York society is poverty.”

 

Call France, we need some guillotines in NY. 

 

I knew you'd come around eventually...

 

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