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What's supposed to keep him from jumping on Jill Stein?


Do you mean that in the literal sense?

Subtlety doesn't seem to be his strength.

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Why does he need "weeks" to resign? Why do politicians always reference "so much work to be done" as if there's an end?

He may be waiting until Moore gets elected and doesn't get kicked out of the Senate in order to argue that he (Franken) shouldn't have to leave the Senate either.
 
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https://youtu.be/ZwzltS6XwL8


funny video, also liked how you used another serial groper and total asshole too. I dont know a sole who's met piven that actually likes him.



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Why does he need "weeks" to resign? Why do politicians always reference "so much work yet to be done" as if there's an end?


He's announcing now before Moore is elected. This is all part of a larger democrat plan. I'm actually disappointed he didn't remain defiant.


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Why does he need "weeks" to resign? Why do politicians always reference "so much work yet to be done" as if there's an end?


He's announcing now before Moore is elected. This is all part of a larger democrat plan. I'm actually disappointed he didn't remain defiant.


Is the issue with Moore really about the sexual harassment claims or the fact he is a Christian against gay marriage, for example. I think if it were not for his religious beliefs, the 40 year old, unsubstantiated harassment claims could be over looked. The war against Christians is more important to the left than women’s rights, IMO.
 
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As soon as this sanctimonious douchebag began speaking, I knew where it was going. Typical leftist hypocrisy and sanctimony.


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He sure blew a lot of bridges up on his march to the rear...That will come back to him as well.


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I was kinda hoping he'd stay. He's a moron, and he doesn't accomplish anything-- other than grabassing. The leftist who replaces him might actually have a working brain, which is the most dangerous possibility.


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Adios, you worthless POS. Now what can we do about Chucky Schumer????
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Why does he need "weeks" to resign? Why do politicians always reference "so much work yet to be done" as if there's an end?


He's announcing now before Moore is elected. This is all part of a larger democrat plan. I'm actually disappointed he didn't remain defiant.


There must be some very important votes coming up in the Senate.

Which would those be?

NPR is replaying that segment of his diatribe commenting on the irony of resigning while Moore and Trump are still raping little girls and stomping puppies in the Oval Office and/or in Alabama.


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Why does he need "weeks" to resign? Why do politicians always reference "so much work yet to be done" as if there's an end?


He's announcing now before Moore is elected. This is all part of a larger democrat plan. I'm actually disappointed he didn't remain defiant.


Is the issue with Moore really about the sexual harassment claims or the fact he is a Christian against gay marriage, for example. I think if it were not for his religious beliefs, the 40 year old, unsubstantiated harassment claims could be over looked. The war against Christians is more important to the left than women’s rights, IMO.


Abortion.




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When you had the votes, we did things your way. Now, we have the votes and you will be doing things our way. This lesson in political reality from Lyndon B. Johnson

"Some things are apparent. Where government moves in, community retreats, civil society disintegrates and our ability to control our own destiny atrophies. The result is: families under siege; war in the streets; unapologetic expropriation of property; the precipitous decline of the rule of law; the rapid rise of corruption; the loss of civility and the triumph of deceit. The result is a debased, debauched culture which finds moral depravity entertaining and virtue contemptible." - Justice Janice Rogers Brown
 
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Has Al announced the creation of the Franken Foundation yet?

I'm so giddy at the prospect...


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SOURCES: @CNN and @washingtonpost working on exposing 20-30 congressional members 4 sexual harassment

https://twitter.com/mikehtruji...s/938815136571129856

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The Treasury Department paid $220,000 in a previously undisclosed agreement to settle a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment that involved Florida Democrat Alcee L. Hastings, according to documents obtained by Roll Call.

Winsome Packer, a former staff member of a congressional commission that promotes international human rights, said in documents that the congressman touched her, made unwanted sexual advances, and threatened her job. At the time, Hastings was the chairman of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, where Packer worked.

Hastings has called Packer’s charges “ludicrous” and in documents said he never sexually harassed her.

“Until this evening, I had not seen the settlement agreement between the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) and Ms. Packer,” the congressman said in a statement Friday night. “This matter was handled solely by the Senate Chief Counsel for Employment. At no time was I consulted, nor did I know until after the fact that such a settlement was made.”

Hastings said that the lawsuit that Packer filed against him and an investigation by the House Ethics Committee were ultimately dismissed.

“I am outraged that any taxpayer dollars were needlessly paid to Ms. Packer,” he said.

The 2014 payment to settle the case involving Hastings was not apparently included in a breakdown of payouts to settle discrimination complaints against House lawmakers from the past five years released last month by the Office of Compliance, which approves the payouts. That total included only one payment to resolve a sexual harassment claim — $84,000 paid to settle a complaint against Texas GOP Rep. Blake Farenthold.

Documents obtained by Roll Call indicate the OOC approved a $220,000 settlement to be paid to Packer by the Treasury Department, which issues payments to settle disputes involving lawmakers, according to documents obtained by Roll Call. Packer appears to have received a payment of that amount from the Treasury Department in May 2014, according to documents.

She filed a complaint with the OOC in 2010 and sued Hastings and the commission in federal court in 2011.

Initially, she had been told that laws protecting congressional workers did not apply to commission staffers like her, according to court records and media reports.

Packer sued under a federal statute that allows individuals to seek damages against federal officials for violations of civil rights. But Hastings was dropped from the lawsuit in 2012, after he argued that the law didn’t apply to a member of Congress. The suit continued against the commission.

The House Ethics Committee closed its investigation in December 2014. It interviewed eight witnesses and concluded that the most serious allegations against Hastings were “not supported by evidence” although he “did admit to certain conduct that was less than professional.”
 
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Keep in mind that Alcee Hastings has the unique honor of being the only member of Congress to have been impeached by the House of Representatives, convicted by the Senate and removed from office as a United States District Court Judge, for taking a bribe.

He escaped criminal conviction only because his payor refused to testify against him.




Luckily, I have enough willpower to control the driving ambition that rages within me.

When you had the votes, we did things your way. Now, we have the votes and you will be doing things our way. This lesson in political reality from Lyndon B. Johnson

"Some things are apparent. Where government moves in, community retreats, civil society disintegrates and our ability to control our own destiny atrophies. The result is: families under siege; war in the streets; unapologetic expropriation of property; the precipitous decline of the rule of law; the rapid rise of corruption; the loss of civility and the triumph of deceit. The result is a debased, debauched culture which finds moral depravity entertaining and virtue contemptible." - Justice Janice Rogers Brown
 
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Foxnews.com: Mario Batali accused of sexual misconduct, asked to step away from 'The Chew'

By Michael Bartiromo | Fox News

Mario Batali has stated that he will “step away from the day-to-day operations” of his restaurant empire following allegations of sexual misconduct — and ABC has also confirmed that he's been asked to leave "The Chew" for the time being.

The celebrity chef, 57, has been accused by four women of inappropriate behavior in the workplace and elsewhere, including grabbing and groping three of his female employees, and even grabbing a fellow chef who approached him at a New Orleans wine auction ten years ago, Eater NY reported on Monday morning.

The four women have declined to reveal their names, but the latter accuser claimed that Batali groped her breasts after she spilled wine on her chest, while saying something to the effect of “Let me help you with that.” The woman also alleges that Batali had been under the influence of alcohol at the time, and that just prior to the incident, he came off as “creepy” and “icky,” Eater reports.

The other three accusers were all employed by Batali at one time or another, and shared similar stories of Batali’s behavior with Eater. One woman says he approached her from behind and held her against himself; another says she was groped and made to “straddle” Batali; and the last, who had already stopped working for the chef, says he also grabbed her breasts.

Batali, who is married to wife Susi Cahn, has since released a statement apologizing for his actions, in which he takes “full responsibility” for the inappropriate behavior.

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The accusations against Batali follow several other allegations against celebrity chefs in recent months. In November, four former employees of Johnny Iuzzini, a judge on ABC’s “Great American Baking Show,” accused the pastry chef of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior, including one woman who claims Iuzzini tried to stick his tongue in her ear “three or four times.” And in October, New Orleans chef John Besh stepped down from his restaurant group after more than two dozen of his employees came forward with accusations of harassment and sexual misconduct.

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Minnesota Governor Dayton will announce this morning that he has chosen Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith to succeed Al Franken in the Senate upon Franken’s resignation. Franken has stated his intention to resign but left the timing vague.

http://www.powerlineblog.com/a...es-to-washington.php
 
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