Pikes
$ and crime are familiar bedfellows
Sat Nov 18, 2017 1:57pm
174.22.190.30

Anywhere that much money and power accumulate, criminals are attracted.
How hard is it to senate? To represent? Look at them!
To be a Walmart door greeter is harder.

Lots of lawyers give up their practice to senate.
In education, often the worst teachers rise to administrate. Is that true for lawyers? The worse, the higher they rise to achieve an ultimate level of immoral, unethical incompetence?

  • For Slimy Senators, Our Conviction Should Be Expulsion The Framers did not equate fitness for office with capacity to evade prosecution. The spirit of the times has opened the floodgates of... more
    • guilty of sexual harassment and as such ethically unworthy of sitting in the Senate, I'm thinking. How long ago the incidents occurred, the number of victims, the age of the victims, their political... more
      • I Don't Know...Amadeus, Mon Nov 20 3:43pm
        I have been wrestling with this. Are both of them unworthy to sit in the Senate? I don't think so. There are more than just differences in the accusations themselves. There are differences in how... more
        • All those years where she could have PH💋💋EY, Wed Nov 22 2:03pm
          contacted Frankenstein. She could have told him how she felt. She could have asked him to apologize. This was an issue between the two. He was not a political public figure. All these years...... Why ... more
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          • Not Much Of A Meteor...Amadeus, Tue Nov 21 9:51am
            More of a pebble, but still - I'll take the victim at their word. Amadeus
            • A Particularly Vile and Nasty "Pebble"Merlin, Tue Nov 21 1:54pm
              Franken had just met Lindsay Menz and her husband, does not know them from Adam and Eve, and smilingly proceeds to degrade her in front of her husband just for his own perverted shits and giggles,... more
              • Really?Amadeus, Tue Nov 21 2:50pm
                You don't feel there is ANY hyperbole involved there? I read and reread the description of the incident. His hand was on her butt. Just on it. Not that I'm happy to have to parse that description,... more
    • $ and crime are familiar bedfellows — Pikes, Sat Nov 18 1:57pm