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    Default Hannity loses faith in Roy Moore

    An interesting turn of events. Is this the end for Moore?

    Sean Hannity breaking with Roy Moore: "For me, the judge has 24 hours. You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies... You must remove any doubt. If you can't do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race."
    http://thehill.com/homenews/media/36...allegations-or

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobiusptc View Post
    how many 70 year olds do you know who change their mind that quickly?
    Trump changes his several times inside of a sentence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by force_field View Post
    Trump changes his several times inside of a sentence.
    Changing ones mind implies one has control of said mind. I don't see it that way with Trump.
    Only an unwitting jackass would say that I believe a raped and murdered woman to be morally superior to a woman, gun in hand, with a dead rapist at her feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by force_field View Post
    Trump changes his several times inside of a sentence.
    touche

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munimula View Post
    An interesting turn of events. Is this the end for Moore?

    Sean Hannity breaking with Roy Moore: "For me, the judge has 24 hours. You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies... You must remove any doubt. If you can't do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race."
    http://thehill.com/homenews/media/36...allegations-or


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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypto View Post
    Hot damn, that was quick! Now, let see what Moore defenders around here have to say.
    All what? One or two of them?
    Self appointed forum Mark Zuckerberg, feel free to ask me if any news story is real or fake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LouC View Post
    Oh. I have not forgotten the smashed Keurigs. But I am an eternal optimist and will always wish to see the good in people for the sake of good and not for the sake of goods. I would prefer to think it was all about an epiphany and not all about the money.
    You should see some of the comments on the Keurig Facebook page from people who were in on the boycott. They're hilarious. Wonder how the ones who smashed their machines on YouTube feel right now.


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    That was fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madasheck View Post
    You should see some of the comments on the Keurig Facebook page from people who were in on the boycott. They're hilarious. Wonder how the ones who smashed their machines on YouTube feel right now.
    It was funny when I first heard about the anti Keurig uprising, cause earlier that day I had been searching for a small portable Keurig to have on hand to take with me when I work the elections. When I pick that one up that will be our third Keurig machine.
    Only an unwitting jackass would say that I believe a raped and murdered woman to be morally superior to a woman, gun in hand, with a dead rapist at her feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madasheck View Post
    You should see some of the comments on the Keurig Facebook page from people who were in on the boycott. They're hilarious. Wonder how the ones who smashed their machines on YouTube feel right now.
    I had to cancel my Facebook account. Seems it was causing a disturbance in the force.
    Only an unwitting jackass would say that I believe a raped and murdered woman to be morally superior to a woman, gun in hand, with a dead rapist at her feet.

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    Hannity is a good man who has a lot of influence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypto View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munimula View Post
    I wonder what brought this about? Bannon is abandoning him too. Steve Bannon, former top White House strategist, is revisiting his support for Judge Roy Moore, the candidate he has championed for the Alabama U.S. Senate seat, CBS News confirms, citing a source close to Bannon.https://www.cbsnews.com/news/steve-bannon-is-said-to-be-revisiting-his-support-for-roy-moore/
    If Bannon is jumping ship you can expect Donald to make a tweet or statement soon declaring it's time for Moore to drop out.

    Now let's all come together in unity over a hot cup of Keurig coffee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillBrown View Post
    Does Hannity vote in Alabama?
    Republicans are a bit like the Borg Collective. Stepping out of line doesn't work no matter where you are in the galaxy. The collective has decided that Moore is bad. I read that Rush was claiming Moore was a Democrat when he molested the girls.

    I think it is hypocritical for Republicans to support an avowed molester for president yet throw Moore under the bus.
    Wherever you go, there you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LouC View Post
    Considering the way Sean had to drag Moore through that interview a few days ago, it is amazing that it took this long for Sean to start trying to regain face. Sean was doing everything he could to keep Moore from incriminating himself in that interview. Maybe afterwards Sean looked in that mirror of his a little longer and a little harder and saw what so many of us had seen?
    Well, think back on Sean's defense of Cliven Bundy. He was all in with the Bundy side until Cliven started shooting his mouth off about "the Negro."

    And then there was the Seth Rich situation...

    This is unfortunately not uncommon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackWolf View Post
    If Bannon is jumping ship you can expect Donald to make a tweet or statement soon declaring it's time for Moore to drop out.

    Now let's all come together in unity over a hot cup of Keurig coffee.
    Sipping on a cup of joe from the Keurig as I type this.
    Only an unwitting jackass would say that I believe a raped and murdered woman to be morally superior to a woman, gun in hand, with a dead rapist at her feet.

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