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Old 12-06-2017, 11:56   #1
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Al Franken Not so Funny Man.......

Al Franken sexual predator and United States senator.....

This is what happens when you put a Senator suit on a clown.

And who's that moron that came to "briefings" in his underwear?

Conyers needs prison time. Bottom-feeding scum running the country.

Mr. President, please continue cleaning the swamp.






Al Franken told to resign by several female Democratic colleagues after sixth woman accuses him of sexual misconduct
By Barnini Chakraborty | Fox News

A group of Democratic senators -- nine women and two men -- on Wednesday called for Sen. Al Frankento resign in the wake of multiple sexual misconduct complaints made against the Minnesota lawmaker.
Sens. Claire McCaskill, Maggie Hassan, Kirsten Gillibrand, Patty Murray, Mazie K. Hirono, Kamala Harris, Debbie Stabenow, Tammy Baldwin and Heidi Heitkamp all called for Franken to step down.
Faced with multiple calls to resign, Franken's office announced he will make an announcement on Thursday.

His colleagues didn’t mince words on what they thought he should do.

“Sexual harassment and misconduct should not be allowed by anyone and should not occur anywhere. I believe the best thing for Senator Franken to do is step down,” Harris, D-Calif., said.
Hassan tweeted, “It is clear that Al Franken has engaged in a pattern of egregious and unacceptable behavior toward women. He should resign."




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Old 12-06-2017, 12:11   #2
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I have been gazing into my crystal ball...

This is all part of a setup. The left is going to sacrifice a few of their own to set the stage. Once they have given up a few of the more high-profile leftists, they are going to "find" a few more women that can accuse the POTUS of misconduct. Ths will happen just shy of the midterms so they can demand that the POTUS step down.
...after all, the democrats recognized ill behavior within their own party and didn't mind dealing with it in a non-partisan manner. Sexual misconduct is not a partisan issue and with these "new" allegations against the POTUS, the right thing to do will be to step down.

Any political opponents seeking reelection that don't jump on the "POTUS must step down in light of these 'new' allegations bandwagon" will be lambasted in the media for supporting partisan politics over 'justice' by not demanding that the POTUS step down.
This can then be used in a big push to try and get enough seats in congress to continue the cries for impeachment with the hopes of spending an entire presidential term on an open ended investigation that seeks any possible infraction that can disrupt the presidential agenda..


Then as I look deeper into my crystal ball.....

I see a democratic party do one of two things:
-democrats win control of the house and senate and being to impeach as many republicans as needed to work down the chain of command until they can get a democrat back into the white house.
-the republicans retaining both the house AND senate will result in both Hillary and Al Franken candidacies in the 2020 general election to unseat Trump
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Old 12-07-2017, 10:44   #3
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I have been gazing into my crystal ball...

This is all part of a setup. The left is going to sacrifice a few of their own to set the stage. Once they have given up a few of the more high-profile leftists, they are going to "find" a few more women that can accuse the POTUS of misconduct. Ths will happen just shy of the midterms so they can demand that the POTUS step down.
...after all, the democrats recognized ill behavior within their own party and didn't mind dealing with it in a non-partisan manner. Sexual misconduct is not a partisan issue and with these "new" allegations against the POTUS, the right thing to do will be to step down.

Any political opponents seeking reelection that don't jump on the "POTUS must step down in light of these 'new' allegations bandwagon" will be lambasted in the media for supporting partisan politics over 'justice' by not demanding that the POTUS step down.
This can then be used in a big push to try and get enough seats in congress to continue the cries for impeachment with the hopes of spending an entire presidential term on an open ended investigation that seeks any possible infraction that can disrupt the presidential agenda..


Then as I look deeper into my crystal ball.....

I see a democratic party do one of two things:
-democrats win control of the house and senate and being to impeach as many republicans as needed to work down the chain of command until they can get a democrat back into the white house.
-the republicans retaining both the house AND senate will result in both Hillary and Al Franken candidacies in the 2020 general election to unseat Trump
Franken in his resignation speech mentioned Trump and Moore and how it was ironic that he was resigning while Trump was still in office and Moore (according to Franken, a predator) had the blessing of their party.

By the way, Franken did nothing wrong. Accorrding to him.
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al franken & saturday night live crew, we get the last laugh
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al franken & saturday night live crew, we get the last laugh

the clown al franken gone, resigned in disgrace.


saturday night live crew, we got the last laugh.

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Old 12-07-2017, 10:49   #5
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Franken is a sacrificial lamb for the libs "greater good" - no due process, just resign...watch out Trump and other high profile conservative types.
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Old 12-07-2017, 11:00   #6
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A true loser to the end! Can't even be man enough for once in his life to own his mistakes and leave it there.

Let's gripe about someone else to deflect from my moral failures as a human being!

Yep...loser extraordinaire!
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A true loser to the end! Can't even be man enough for once in his life to own his mistakes and leave it there.

Let's gripe about someone else to deflect from my moral failures as a human being!

Yep...loser extraordinaire!

Sure it was a personal deflection, but he was upholding his end of the bargain. He doesn't fight the growing groundswell of Democrat morality and on the way out he fires the opening shots of the new Democrat tactic to frustrate the R's. In return, he will likely get a role in some Democrat related organization, or at least a payday.
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Sure it was a personal deflection, but he was upholding his end of the bargain. He doesn't fight the growing groundswell of Democrat morality and on the way out he fires the opening shots of the new Democrat tactic to frustrate the R's. In return, he will likely get a role in some Democrat related organization, or at least a payday.
Or return to the ultra-left-wing Saturday night live where he can continue his life's work as a clown.
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Old 12-07-2017, 11:57   #9
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He did a pretty good job of parsing his words, he never did any of those immoral things as a sitting senator. Drain that swamp!
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Old 12-07-2017, 12:01   #10
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He did a pretty good job of parsing his words, he never did any of those immoral things as a sitting senator. Drain that swamp!
That's one of the things I like the most about his fall in shame. He was just a lying, dirtbag BEFORE he was a Senator and then he chose to become holy and honest!

Maybe he and Newt can hang around together now since Newt thought it was cool since he was only a comedian. They all deserve each other!
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Four simple words....
Old 12-07-2017, 15:02   #11
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Four simple words....

Four simple words:
"I take full responsibility".

Four words that seem to signal the start of a confessional acceptance. Four words that politicians frequently utter when they are uncertain of their next step.

"I take full responsibility"

Four words uttered by politicians more often than many of us can even count. Four words that don't require any real desire to accept accountability. I ask that everyone consider the word 'take' as it appears in that brief statement. "I TAKE full responsibility." it feels like they are trying to say I'm not accepting the consequences, nor am I admitting to any wrongdoing. I am just going to 'take' because quite frankly, I have grown accustomed to taking. Things like taking tax money to buy silence for sex scandals. Things like taking pension money after as little as five years on the job.

I TAKE full responsibility...
...but it isn't all my fault.

I take responsibility...
...but I am not the only person that did something wrong



"I take full responsibility…"
…four simple words that when uttered during the Iran-contra hearings are followed up by,”my best intentions still tell me that's true, but the facts and the evidence tell me it is not.” Which essentially means that I told a lie and I was caught up in it so now I have to make a public apology so…………

...thats right, you guessed it, "I take full responsibility"

Left or right, republican or democrat, beleaguered or beloved, it is those four simple words that all politicians keep in their public-speaking tool box. President Bush had one of those moments in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina…

…I take full responsibility

Wait – what? Full responsibility?
Did he take responsibility because he pushed the 'weather-button' because the Gulf region needed to be taught a lesson? Or was it because he was under political pressure to address a FEMA system that was over taxed and mismanaged and poorly applied at the local level? Yep – sometimes even when nature itself fucks you in the ass – a politician will say

"I take full responsibility"

Not that those words mean anything – Bush took responsibility but it was FEMA Director Mike Brown that ended up in the unemployment line.

Bob Ney, an Ohio congressman uttered those words too! Then he followed up by blaming it on alcohol abuse. Then of course there is Schwarzenegger banging his housekeeper, Weiner took full responsibility for sending out pictures of his junk to pretty much anybody with cell phone coverage. Hillary took responsibility for losing the election because everyone fucked her over. Kathleen Sebelius took full responsibility for fucking up the grand opening of the Obamacare website - not that it mattered any. Taking full responsibility obviously meant that she would still get paid an exorbitant amount of tax payer money in exchange for a minimal effort on her part.

I TAKE full responsibility
…but I will NOT assume any degree of accountability unless it is thrust upon me.

Real responsibility and Accountability require that you “own” it. Taking responsibility AFTER the photos surface…
…well, its just too late. Responsibility and accountability are things you are supposed to own BEFORE you say you are sorry. In fact, responsibility and accountability are actually the concepts that PREVENT you from having to hold all of those depressing fucking press conferences in the first place because you have to say,

"I take full responsibility"

Here are four more simple words that we can use to respond to this empty, insulting line of bullshit we keep getting from celebrities when they are caught red-handed…

Too little, too late mother fuckers

Ok ok ok... I get it - that's actually SIX words. The theme if my diatribe has been "four simple words" so. I take full responsibility for misleading everyone by suggesting four words when it was actually six. let me try to regain your trust by closing with four more (and only four) of my own personal favorites that apply to our celebrity elites and our corrupt politicians:



GOOO fuck yourselves
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Old 12-07-2017, 16:02   #12
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I'll take FULL RESPONSIBILITY for saying Al Franktard is an Ass Clown Breast Groping Scumbag Wanker...... See Ya Numbnuts.....Now, how many more Slimbag Fake Politicians can we get out kicked out that door?
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Old 12-07-2017, 19:58   #13
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Any bets on how long his "resigning in the next several weeks" will be? Didn't sound like he was dropping the mike anytime soon.
(if I misquoted then I TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY) It is close though.
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the long game

place your bets.....
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