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Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by Zam-Zam, Dec 6, 2017.

  1. Arkady

    Arkady The Departed

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    I was telling the truth both times. As you can plainly see, nothing in the story involves me being counseled for inappropriate behavior.

    Spotted your error now, didn't you? Poor thing.
     
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  2. marvin martian

    marvin martian Senator

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    OK, so you lied when you said you've never been counseled for inappropriate behavior. Bet you're sorry you let that one slip, you perv.
     
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  3. Arkady

    Arkady The Departed

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    No, you lied when you claimed I said that. You see that now. So does everyone else. You screwed up again. From now on, maybe you could focus on making your lie vaguer, so they weren't so easy for me to demolish. Good luck.
     
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  4. marvin martian

    marvin martian Senator

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    It's right out there to see. Stop lying. You're the guy in the office women are afraid of.
     
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  5. Arkady

    Arkady The Departed

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    Agreed. We all see you lied about it.
     
  6. Dawg

    Dawg President Supporting Member

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    He did post he was quite the 'ladies man' and the truth can't stay hidden forever

    [​IMG]some know how to keep from being counseled
     
  7. Zam-Zam

    Zam-Zam Governor

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    We'll know for certain later today, but it appears to be the end of the line for Senator Franken - His fellow Democrats have turned on him and want him out:

    Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) is expected to resign from office Thursday, one day after his Democratic colleagues turned decisively against him over allegations of groping and other sexual misconduct.

    In a dizzying turn of events, more than 30 Democratic senators called for Franken to step down after a new woman came forward to allege that he had forcibly tried to kiss her.

    Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) opened the floodgates around noon, becoming the first senator to call for him to quit; others followed in rapid succession, effectively ending Franken’s political career in the span of a few hours.

    Franken kept a low profile, skipping Senate votes, but his office said he would make a statement on Thursday. A Democratic official told Minnesota Public Radio he will be resigning from office, though his office insisted a decision had not been made.


    http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/363684-democrats-turn-on-al-franken


    It's interesting that no 'due process' has taken place, and that all it took in this instance was a series of allegations. They may well be 100% true and accurate, but I thought everyone was entitled to their day in court. Senator Franken hasn't been convicted, or formally charged, with anything, yet Senate Democrats have decided he's guilty and that's that.

    Is that the correct course of action?
     

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