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Angel Sep 16
You do realize that there was no alligation if rape, right? She said he held her down and tried to make advances. I am SO sick of this Me Too crap that only surfaces in time to ruin a job. If it happened, she had 30 years to say something.
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C.H. Armstrong  (Cathie) Sep 16
Replying to @C_H_Armstrong
2/...person. 65 women come forward & say, “He didn’t assault me,” but you KNOW what he’s done & that pain becomes as raw as the moment the assault happened. So, ?? Why NOT now...the importance of his integrity has never been more critical!
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C.H. Armstrong  (Cathie) Sep 16
1/ you ask? Imagine living with the emotional pain for 35 years after a sexual assault. You try to put it behind you, but you never forget. Then one day, that person’s name invades your personal space so completely you can’t escape. Everybody thinks he’s an upstanding...
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Cheerios47 Sep 21
Him: From the beginning I knew you’re not kind to people. Me: Then why did you propose me to begin with???
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Stephanie Heltsley 14h
why wait until now? Why not on any other appointments? Why not when it happened? At this point it's an attention game. Or you are being paid to say these things. I have a problem w why shes coming forward now. Years past, memories change. I have a problem w this
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Regina Sep 21
I agree 100%
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Ebony F. 12h
Blew a fuse somehow and my fusebox so old idk how to fix it.
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Bruce Bassett Sep 16
Bandwidth has been way down the past couple of weeks on my ADSL line. Only getting about 25% of the advertised 20 Megs ? Wish I could switch.
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Mia 5h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
So a man with an accomplished life and no history of misconduct should be punished and considered guilty because someone is making an accusation about him? She couldn’t have come forward earlier?
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Angel Sep 16
I agree with one part. Concrete shoes if it did happen. My dad would have hurt someone. So let’s think about this for a minute. We all agree that a dad would be angry. So why not tell your dad? Or mom? Why wait 30 years?
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Monica Dudley Weldon Sep 16
Seriously.. Why do “accusers” decide to “come out” right before a review or any election/vote for that matter. You’re making all the real victims of assault crimes look like they are crying wolf!
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Angel Sep 16
So do not tell me I sympathize with abusers. No. I do NOT sympathize with women who chose to speak up about something that may or may not have happened just to stop a political career. I would bet that this woman is a liberal. I will continue to say
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Matt Hugo Sep 20
Ohh what a snow maker in winter! 🤪
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I Support POTUS Sep 21
The question is, if Ford was so scared and nervous that she didn't report it, what emboldened her now? What gave her the inspiration to do it now? Judge Kavanaugh has been in public office for years.
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Mia 5h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
You don’t get to use this excuse to ruin someone’s life and as a platform for notoriety. THAT should be a crime if you DONT report.
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Hope🌤 Sep 16
I was today years old when I had my first hang over.
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Regina Sep 18
Replying to @amber_athey
The timing of this is suspicious.
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Chuck Connors 4h
Replying to @KTHopkins
my wife says its time for a movement....lol
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North Tahoe Dems 16h
Confronting sexual abuse, or worse violence, publicly is insult to injury enough. But when your assalant turns up on national news as a nominee to the Supreme Court, it’s no linger just about the injury caused you. And that’s
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Tiffany B. 24h
Let's cut the shit with the with the movement when it really should be . It takes alot of courage and bravery for women and girls to tell their story. The way they're exploited and judged is horrible. So I encourage and applaud any woman who is able.
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