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A Crazy Week of Moore
Reasons to Vote for Roy Moore

American Spectator, by Dov Fischer

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Posted By:MissMolly, 12/4/2017 4:58:31 AM

As the Alabama race for the United States Senate seat, formerly held by Jeff Sessions, enters its home stretch, developments around the country during this past crazy week underscore why Alabama voters must elect Judge Roy Moore and absolutely must hold that crimson red Senate seat. In this Year of Al Franken and against the backdrop of Icon John Conyers, there no longer is a compelling argument — especially not a convincing moral or religious argument — that can justify Republicans throwing away yet another U.S. Senate seat that hums “GOP.” 1. In the Year of Al Franken and Iconyers, Republicans

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: Muncsdad, 12/4/2017 7:13:30 AM     (No. 11469955)

Hoping and praying Moore wins. He is definitely creepy, but is better than the liberal alternative.

We were in Alabam last week and saw lots of Doug Jones yard signs, but it was in a college town that has some Democrats. Not one Moore sign—not a good omen.

The only hope is for country club Republicans to hold their noses and vote for Moore. I would say it is 50-50 at best.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: Udanja99, 12/4/2017 7:32:40 AM     (No. 11469968)

Yard signs are meaningless. I learned that in 2008 in my own county where McCain signs outnumbered 0bama signs 15-1 and 0bama won the county. Same in 2012 and last year.

Moore will win and win bigly. The people of Alabama aren’t going to elect an anti-gun, anti-military, open borders, infanticide supporting leftwing nut case.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: arkfamily, 12/4/2017 8:02:31 AM     (No. 11469986)

Just curious why a poster thinks Moore is creepy. Accusations were from years ago and this man may have changed. I am giving him the benefit of the doubt. His wife stands by him and that says a lot as far as I am concerned.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: FunOne, 12/4/2017 8:15:59 AM     (No. 11469994)

Too bad the election will not replace Jeff Sessions as Attorney General.

Sessions seems best suited as a Senator.

Moore seems best suited for Attorney General.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: slyfox, 12/4/2017 8:53:58 AM     (No. 11470018)

Re the "creepy" comment. There is only one way you can legitimately call someone "creepy" and that is from personal contact or some other form of unbiased input. If you live in Alabama, get off the f@#$g fence. If you don´t then keep ...

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