Sandies wrote: ↑Thu Dec 14, 2017 12:58 amIts Alabama, anyone would have won. Republicans were pretty keen on removing Moore but guess who then endorsed him.Relly wrote: ↑Wed Dec 13, 2017 5:53 pmThey couldn't have, their only option would have been a write in candidate and the odds of enough people doing that weren't good.
I wish they could have replaced him, I wasn't a big fan, but at the same time in the US there is a presumption of innocence until proven guilty. And in the end there was really only two women accusing him of something illegal and their was a lot of question marks around their claims.
But now all the progressives can cheer because they have someone who will champion murdering babies up until they day they are born. Progressivism wins this round!
If it wasnt the kiddy touching got him (despite admitting he had relationships with 16 year olds - just not forced and being banned from going to malls), it wouldve been throwing the gays in jail, supporting slavery or banning muslims from the country that would have.
The fact that it was close despite that tells you what you need to know
And as for your last line, Dante took care of that
It's a state full of evangelical christians that are opposed to murdering babies. I am guessing it was a lesser or two evils type situation for them.
In the Sept. 27 MSNBC interview, host Chuck Todd asked Jones about abortion.
Jones said he's a "firm believer that a woman should have to freedom to choose what happens to her own body" and that he opposed a ban on abortions after the 20th week of gestation, which is a bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives and now under consideration in the Senate.
Alabama law allows abortions to be performed as late as 22 weeks into a pregnancy.
"I'm not in favor of anything that is going to infringe on a woman's right and her freedom to choose," Jones said in the MSNBC interview. "That's just the position that I've had for many years. It's a position I continue to have. But I want to make sure people understand, that once a baby is born, I'm going to be there for that child. That's where I become a right-to-lifer."
He basically says babies aren't a life until they are born. And it sounds like he supports abortion anytime from these comments, although he could have been pandering to the feminist vote.