Ray Richardson calls for Roy Moore to withdraw from Alabama Senate race

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Ray Richardson calls for Roy Moore to withdraw from Alabama Senate race

Via facebook, conservative radio talk show host Ray Richardson has called for Roy Moore to withdraw from the special election to replace Jeff Sessions in the US Senate.

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Its not the relevance of the

Its not the relevance of the accusation but the seriousness of the charge. Its like trying to reply to the question, "do you still beat your wife?". Moore suing the paper will not expunge the allegation. He should just continue to deny it like all of the Democrat scum do and take his chances the voters believe him like they do with Hillary.

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Here's some irony for you....

Here's some irony for you......
Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado, speaking in his role as chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, said that if Mr. Moore wins the special election on Dec. 12, he should be expelled from the Senate, “because he does not meet the ethical and moral requirements of the United States Senate.”

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"Here's some irony for you...

"Here's some irony for you......"

You bet its ironic, considering who serves as President.

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Northarrow have you stopped

Northarrow have you stopped beating your wife and do you call your significant other your wife?

This is a BS hit piece by WaPo who I've read offered another woman 1000 dollars to accuse Moore of sexual abuse.

When Hollywood flames up about the directors coach, it is an opportunity to spread those flames elsewhere.

Ray Richardson, Susan Collins, Mitch McConnel all the GOP members of the Uniparty want Moore to quit, even if a democrat is elected, there you go. Whether you have a D or an R after you name, what really matters is, will you go along to get along in the UNiparty.

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"because he does not meet the

"because he does not meet the ethical and moral requirements of the United States Senate.” What exactly might those ethical and moral standards be? Oh I know it's only lying ,cheating or stealing if I get caught...... then a little apology and some rehabilitation makes it all better......maybe a really tough censure.... by my peers or something drastically medieval like that....

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Where would the Washington

Where would the Washington Post get that kind of money to throw around?

"Alexa, did Jeff Bezos fund the bimbo search in the Roy Moore case?"

"That's not the real issue here; the issue is Trump's collusion with Russia."

Let's face it; Moore doesn't have a chance. One of the richest privileged white males in the world is after him, Ray Richardson and Susan Collins are against him, and even AMG's economic and constitutional authority is renouncing him, saying he sent back the free copy of "the book."

Topping it off is the reality that noted paragon of feminist law, Gloria Allred is on the case. It may be that Fair Share will be signing on as second chair, ready to testify on any yellow journalism issues that crop up.

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Mel lol , yes he's done for

Mel

lol , yes he's done for

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Poor guy. Everyone is out to

Poor guy. Everyone is out to get him. Just because he felt up a few 14 year olds when he was a thirty something gummint attorney. It’s all water under the bridge!

Friggin bimbos...

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Nice to see Ray R. has

Nice to see Ray R. has something to say,
it would be nice hearing his homilies on christian forgiveness etc..etc , if he
could ever lower himself to return to the great unwashed of AMG..

Or not .

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To be forgiven, once has to

To be forgiven, once has to confess and repent, Douchie. Moore has done neither. Do you really think that beady-eyed, pus-bellied cretin, who has said that a democratically elected Senator (who happened to be Muslim), should be prohibited from taking the congressional oath, is a Christian or a patriot?

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Clinton is a rapist. Hillary

Clinton is a rapist and White House diddler. Hillary is a traitor, directly responsible for the Benghazi deaths, and she is ugly. Obozo violated the Constitution, suborned the IRS, Justice Dept and others, was instrumental in causing the death of Americans in Benghazi. But, I guess that was just these swine having fun.

How is Moore guilty anything? A claim is not necessarily correct. Look at the LaCross team.

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The double standard is in

The double standard is in effect here. Democrats are expected to engage in these practices without fault while Republicans are not. Take the Jennifer Flowers incident with Bill Clinton and his admitted interludes with Monica Lewinski that got him impeached but convicted of nothing. I doubt the Democrats did anything but help these poor women embellish their stories a but the damage has been done by the accusation. The only thing these women could expect is a payoff which is why they are now coming forward. It is 15 minutes of fame that is not worth the reward.

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It is obvious that Moore

It is obvious that Moore should be running as a Democrat, then BJ Bill could campaign for him.

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Roy Moore had a target on his

Roy Moore had a target on his back the second he beat Luther Strange in the primary. Strange was backed by McConnell and all the other squishies in the party. Let's face it: The Senate is a tribe - Susie, Capt. Queeg McKane, Graham, even Sessions - all of them see themselves as Senators first, last, and always. Thus the reluctance to go after Hillary for all of her misdeeds - she was/ is "one of the club", and that's the one taboo that they won't break. They wouldn't associate with someone as hard-boiled as Moore in the best of circumstances.

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What Jaded said

What Jaded said

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I guess innocent until proven

I guess innocent until proven guilty doesn't apply.

A lot of folks post things all over the internet about what scum bag criminals the previous administration were and still are. I tend to agree that several should see a day in court to answer for specific charges.
I'm not expecting to see that because they are immune from prosecution, part of the swamp that lords over the people. Judge Moore may or may not have done something heinous 40 years ago, how would I know the truth when so many phony witnesses are for sale, but to convict a man without a trial is not the american way of doing business.
I think some of us suspect McConnell, McCain, Graham, and Ryan of wanting to protect their elitists club rather than serve the people.

I find particularly appalling the threat that if Moore is elected, they won't seat him as a senator. Who do these people think they are to overrule the mandate of the state of Alabama? If Moore is a criminal, determine that through the judicial system, if it isn't proven, drop it. All I can say is that they are scared to death of Judge Moore and will undermine him as they do our duly elected president, at every opportunity.
The stranglehold the few have on the many must be broken.

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