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Re: Political Dugout

Postby Tulcard » Thu Oct 26, 2017 10:40 am

R27 wrote:
Tulcard wrote:The lies never cease with this woman:

https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/dossi ... id/822140/

As part of the "Elitist" club these Clinton criminals can do no wrong and never get prosecuted for their actions while we have to watch this phony Mueller witch hunt wasting millions of tax payer dollars continue. Unreal.

It wouldn't surprise me at all if Hillary actually didn't know. Plausible deniability, it's how politicians insulate themselves.

It's like in college sports, the assistants are basically charged to do what needs to be done to bring in recruits, but the head coach is kept as in the dark as possible to protect him even though he could probably guess that whatever his assistants are doing isn't quite legal.


Sorry, but I don't believe this for a moment. This woman is a vindictive control freak. She directs every aspect of any given situation. Then pleads her innocence.
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Re: Political Dugout

Postby chevyman58 » Tue Oct 31, 2017 8:15 am

Corey Feldman alleged Monday that he was molested in the 1980s by a current Los Angeles Dodgers’ employee who “ran a child’s club in Hollywood” at the time.

“The Goonies” actor would not name the alleged abuser, citing security fears and possible legal repercussions, but said the man was one of two people who sexually abused him when he was a Hollywood child star three decades ago.

“I’ve told these names to the police,” Feldman said during an appearance on NBC’s “Megyn Kelly Today” on Monday. “I’ve told the names to investigative reporters. Nobody’s ever put it out there.”

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Re: Political Dugout

Postby Elite1 » Sun Nov 05, 2017 1:41 pm

Looks like I am not alone, in my boycott of the NFL... Vin Scully, "I will never watch the NFL again!"

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/2 ... 833765001/
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Re: Political Dugout

Postby Tulcard » Sun Nov 05, 2017 3:28 pm

The list goes on. Unfortunately probably just a small slice of perpetrators:

https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/peo ... 827004001/
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Re: Political Dugout

Postby chevyman58 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:52 am

Checking off sex harassment boxes:

News Anchors - Check
Entertainment Executives - Check
Movie Stars - Check
Corporate Executives - Check
Politicians - Check
Sports Legends - start your engines ladies

Report: NFL Hall of Fame QB Warren Moon accused of sexual harassment

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Re: Political Dugout

Postby EOCF » Tue Dec 12, 2017 11:17 pm

Doug Jones winning the runoff against Roy Moore came out of nowhere. Exit polls were not in his favor. He went from down 4-5% to up by nearly 2% in the span of 45 minutes.
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Re: Political Dugout

Postby R27 » Wed Dec 13, 2017 10:38 am

EOCF wrote:Doug Jones winning the runoff against Roy Moore came out of nowhere. Exit polls were not in his favor. He went from down 4-5% to up by nearly 2% in the span of 45 minutes.

And Nick Saban got twice as many votes as the margin of victory. :lol:

But seriously, Jones didn't even flip a single congressional district compared to what Hillary did last year. He was just closer enough that the one he did win was the difference maker.
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Re: Political Dugout

Postby chevyman58 » Wed Dec 13, 2017 4:03 pm

R27 wrote:
EOCF wrote:Doug Jones winning the runoff against Roy Moore came out of nowhere. Exit polls were not in his favor. He went from down 4-5% to up by nearly 2% in the span of 45 minutes.

And Nick Saban got twice as many votes as the margin of victory. :lol:

But seriously, Jones didn't even flip a single congressional district compared to what Hillary did last year. He was just closer enough that the one he did win was the difference maker.


Sounds like the NAACP worked extremely hard to get their base out & pushed a couple counties well over the top.

Good for them. I'm not one to be so party-loyal that we need to keep sending old bullying perverts to Washington. We've got enough of those already at every level of government including the one sitting in the Oval Office.
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Re: Political Dugout

Postby Elite1 » Wed Dec 13, 2017 4:10 pm

EOCF wrote:Doug Jones winning the runoff against Roy Moore came out of nowhere. Exit polls were not in his favor. He went from down 4-5% to up by nearly 2% in the span of 45 minutes.

I believe most polls had Jones ahead, in the days leading up to the election. That being said, I was a bit surprised, because when I checked in, fairly late in the evening, Moore was up by about 5 points... checked back an hour later and Jones was declared the winner! I believe Moore losing, is actually a good thing, in the long run, for the Republican party.

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