Jeff Stahler for April 04, 2019

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    mr_sherman Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Do that to the pervert in the offal office first!

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    Daeder  over 4 years ago

    Still far, far better than Individual 1.

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    Gypsy8  over 4 years ago

    Valuable lesson learned about being an affectionate public person.

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    walfishj  over 4 years ago

    Too bad no one did that for DJT!

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    Masterskrain Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Biden is a perfect Gentleman compared to the grabby groper in chief, A.K.A. Individual 1, A.K.A. Agent Orange, A.K.A. Comrade-cadet Bonespurs-Trumpski.

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    sandpiper  over 4 years ago

    As usual the press is centering on the noisiest component of the slate and almost ignoring all the other candidates. AOC is on every day, generating attention with some statement or other. Biden will be savaged by the press for recent charges and about every other thing he ever did or said. Warren is a fading voice. Sanders might just take the lead for consistency. The others: little or no mention, no interviews that anyone hears about, and no real campaign set up.

    Spiteful anti-them laws, biased primary rules, vicious party infighting, attempts to de-construct previous administrations’ efforts, and a ‘leader,’ who invents facts, bleats continually on so-called ‘social media,’ and who has the ‘presidential demeanor’ of a spiteful 4-year-old.

    Another pitiful representation of the American political process.

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    ideations  over 4 years ago

    I still don’t understand why the “offended” females did not protest at the time of the supposed action. They are complicit with their non-response at the time. Believe females have had rights for decades. Speaking up so long after the fact smacks of very weak indignation.

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  over 4 years ago

    Joe says he’ll keep walking the campaign trail, even if Cheney accidentally shoots him in the leg.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member over 4 years ago

    It IS odd that none of these “Victims” said anything at the time of the supposed “offense”. I wonder WHO could be behind their sudden willingness to bring up a YEARS OLD “offense”? Anyone checked their bank accounts for an unexpected deposit from someone connected to the RNC or FAUX Noise? Hummm???

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    Radish the wordsmith Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Treat Rotten Orange the same.

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    dflak  over 4 years ago

    “It’s a bad time to be a man in America” – Donald Trump. Unfortunately, it’s also a bad time to be a woman.

    Those damned Me-tooers making up lies about is men. Protect me, oh Great Orange One, from Mexicans, Muslims, gays, Obama and women who don’t know how to stay in their place.

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    guyjen2004 Premium Member over 4 years ago

    This picture looks a lot like Louis Nye imo

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    brwydave Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Invading personal space is different than Sexual Assault. Being creepy is different than Sexual Assault. Making someone feel uncomfortable is different than Sexual Assault. Being Donald Trump is different than being Joe Biden.

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    SukieCrandall Premium Member over 4 years ago


    Awkward invasion of personal space such as kissing the back of someone’s head or rubbing noses is a problem no matter the gender and he needs to be aware of it, but it is world’s different from being groped. It is awkward, and sometimes it is even a power play, but it is NOT sexual assault, and treating it as if it was the same thing undermines work to reduce sexual assaults, and introduces unneeded confusion.

    It is not right and needs to be apologized for, but it is NOT the same as grabbing other people’s genitalia and then bragging that can be done due to “celebrity”.

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    SukieCrandall Premium Member over 4 years ago

    Oh, and if you did not read about it: the woman whose shoulders he was rubbing at a ceremony honoring her husband was — and still is — a friend of Biden’s and him doing that was considered a help by her for having better control during the ceremony. SHE INSISTED ON SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT.

    I can understand that. Decades ago I became life-long friends with a good friend’s aunt during his wedding rehearsal when she was crying by rubbing her back and she requested that I rub her shoulders and back, i.e. the same sort of thing Biden did for his friend, later for the actual ceremony.

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    Not the Smartest Man On the Planet -- Maybe Close Premium Member over 4 years ago

    A trendy overreaction. Where’s the outrage against the Mango Mussolini?

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    SukieCrandall Premium Member over 4 years ago

    About the shoulder holding image that people have misused and misrepresented, here is accurate info from the woman herself:


    Biden grasped a Cabinet official’s wife, and the photo went viral. Now, she says everyone had it wrong.

    Stephanie Carter, the wife of the former secretary of defense, Ashton B. Carter[,]… was troubled, too. But not by her interaction with the vice president, as she affirmed in a Medium essay published on Sunday. Instead, she resented how a tender moment between friends was reduced to a single misleading image, caught in the maw of online punditry. In the essay, titled “The #MeToo Story That Wasn’t Me," she recounted how the vice president had whispered his thanks into her ear and “kept his hands on my shoulders as a means of offering his support.”

    Instead of criticizing Biden, Stephanie Carter indicted the ecosystem of online outrage fed by Twitter, political punditry and late-night television.


    There is much more at the links given.

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