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This Roy Moore thing is disturbing, not just bc of his past
« on: November 14, 2017, 11:00:04 AM »
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  • It is creepy how judgmental people are of Roy Moore

    Let's just say he did all that he is said to have done by the women accusing him.

    I say, essentially, so what?

    I say this based on what I have heard (I don't claim to have heard the whole story, which of course only God knows).

    what I have heard is that he wrote some 17 yr old girl something in her yearbook and signed it Love Roy or something like that.

    OK, he was 32 or something... When I was 32 I did/said things I would not do/say today...

    I am not saying he should have done that

    he tried to rape someone? that is obviously more serious. But trying to do something and doing it... I am sure we all think of doing things (revenge, etc) but we stop ourselves.

    And these rinos saying off w/ his head!

    I am so sick of how the Rs attack their own... wouldn't want those on the other side of the aisle to think they are in favor of pedophilia!!!!! or some such thing... Oh, no we can't let the Ds have all the moral outrage...

    wouldn't look good, wouldn't look good... !!!

    Please!

    more like Off with Innocent until proven guilty!



    tThat said, Moore is not very convincing. He kind of does himself in (see Hannity interview). And yet... Again... why all this sanctimonious crap in the media? As if they have never sinned, never done inappropriate things...

    Society is unforgiving

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    Re: This Roy Moore thing is disturbing, not just bc of his past
    « Reply #1 on: November 15, 2017, 05:12:59 PM »
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  • nice to see no one disagrees w/ this

    you know Moore lived a good life after those allegations

    he apparently repented

    and yet he gets no credit for that. Then when a pe rson does not repent, society gives him hell for that also. You can't win. If the corrupt system targets you and gives you an undeserved felony, you can forget getting a decent job and progessing up the ladder of success..

    again, there seems to be no forgiveness

    oh, you want a job from this company? You repented. How nice.

    but, uh... we aren't hiring.

    Next?


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    Re: This Roy Moore thing is disturbing, not just bc of his past
    « Reply #2 on: December 03, 2017, 06:37:36 PM »
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  • Did you know that Roy Moore spent about a year in Australia in the early 1980s? The folks down under highly respected Moore as a hard worker and religious man. If he were a pervert, it would have been very hard to change his stripes so quickly.


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    Why did Roy Moore escape to Australia? Clues remain in the outback wilderness

    In the early 1980s, the now scandal-hit would-be US senator was taken in by a deeply religious town where some remember him as a troubled soul  ...

    In 1984 Moore spent the better part of a year in the Queensland outback, where he lived and worked with the Rolfe family, the hard-working, deeply religious former owners of Telemon. But how he ended up there and what drove an ambitious 37-year-old assistant district attorney to this remote outpost has mostly remained a mystery. ...

    A typical American

    In 1982 Moore, then the assistant district attorney in Gadsden, Alabama, made an unsuccessful bid to become a county circuit judge in Etowah county after a falling out with the local judiciary. According to his biography, the loss left him broke, bitter and directionless, and he decided to travel to Australia for a stint of “R & R”.

    Moore travelled initially to Brisbane and then to the coastal town of Ayr, where he briefly worked on sugar cane farms, before heading west to the town of Emerald to fulfil his “real desire ... to work in the Australian outback”.  ...

    It was here that Moore met Colin Rolfe, a cattle farmer and poet who was training to become a deacon in the Anglican church.

    “Dad went into a cafe in Emerald and one way or another they got talking,” said Doug Rolfe, one of Colin’s sons. “They got along on a religious, Christian basis. Dad never said much about what they talked about, but they certainly struck a chord, because they seemed to be reasonably close.”  ...

    From there, Telemon is about a further 18 miles (30km) south-west on what’s known locally as the Tambo Road, an infrequently surfaced, undulating stretch linking Springsure with the gargantuan cattle stations that dot this part of Australia. While there, Moore lived with the family and worked on the property, mustering cattle, fixing fences and building stockyards.

    “I don’t think he’d ever done that sort of manual labour in his life, but he took to it like a duck to water,” Turner said.

    Colin Rolfe was diagnosed with cancer not long after Moore arrived and died on Christmas Eve in 1984. But in interviews with four of the six Rolfe children, as well as others who met him while he was staying in Queensland, all expressed shock at the allegations made against Moore.

    “Nothing like that ever came up,” John Rolfe, Colin’s eldest son, said. “He seemed very straightforward, very much how you’d expect a young American. I’m quite surprised. It’s not what we saw at all in his time with us ... We thought very highly of him.”

    One woman, who was 16 years old when Moore lived with the Rolfes and came in close contact with him, said she never felt uncomfortable around him.

    “There was nothing of that kind on my part. I certainly didn’t feel uneasy with him,” the woman, who asked to remain anonymous, told the Guardian.

    “There was never anything remotely like that [and] I was in my teenage years, which I guess would have been the prime time if he was going to do something. Usually you have your antenna out for that sort of thing and nothing untoward came about. I remember he was gregarious, very bubbly and loud ... a typical American.”  ...


    To read the rest of this article and see the photos, please visit: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/dec/03/why-did-roy-moore-escape-to-australia-clues-remain-in-the-outback-wilderness

    This historical tidbit certainly does not paint Roy Moore as a pervert. All the charges against Justice Moore seem to be fabricated.


    Lord have mercy.

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    Re: This Roy Moore thing is disturbing, not just bc of his past
    « Reply #3 on: December 04, 2017, 02:32:14 PM »
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  • It seems that many, if not all, of the claims against him are not truthful.  This man has been in the public spotlight in Alabama for years.  My first thought when that first charge against him surfaced was that this was merely a Democrat party test to see if they could smear someone enough to sway an election and, if they couldn't get the rubes in Alabama to run away from him, at least get the Republicans in Congress to refuse to seat him.  

    More and more, it looks like my first thought was right.

    I agree with Maria Regina above:  "All the charges against Justice Moore seem to be fabricated."

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    Re: This Roy Moore thing is disturbing, not just bc of his past
    « Reply #4 on: December 04, 2017, 02:44:35 PM »
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  • IMO, I think that the brain-washing media doesn't give a hoot about morality unless it can serve some useful purpose for their brain-washing of Americans. I've noticed that all of the accusations in the media lately are directed toward white men. Okay...one or two are Jewish, such as Weinstein (and maybe Franken and Matt Lauer?). Not that what they're being accused of should be made light of, but the whole thing just sounds like NWO propaganda.


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    Re: This Roy Moore thing is disturbing, not just bc of his past
    « Reply #5 on: December 05, 2017, 11:19:16 AM »
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  • Did you know that Roy Moore spent about a year in Australia in the early 1980s? The folks down under highly respected Moore as a hard worker and religious man. If he were a pervert, it would have been very hard to change his stripes so quickly.



    no, I didn't
    but he has not been convicted, there are no pictures and plus he was in his early 30s
    Al Franken can't say that last one.. liked the SNL joke about F's age :-\

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    Re: This Roy Moore thing is disturbing, not just bc of his past
    « Reply #6 on: December 05, 2017, 11:20:45 AM »
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  • It seems that many, if not all, of the claims against him are not truthful.  This man has been in the public spotlight in Alabama for years.  My first thought when that first charge against him surfaced was that this was merely a Democrat party test to see if they could smear someone enough to sway an election and, if they couldn't get the rubes in Alabama to run away from him, at least get the Republicans in Congress to refuse to seat him.  

    More and more, it looks like my first thought was right.

    I agree with Maria Regina above:  "All the charges against Justice Moore seem to be fabricated."
    yeh, interesting that he has been in AL politics all those yrs and just NOW these people come forward. He is a christian, so you can't say they were "afraid" of retaliation 
    please

     

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