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As Democrats denounce Weinstein, Clintons and Obama stay mum

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4 minutes ago, soulflower said:

That was over 20 years ago. I don’t think Bill Clinton could win the Democratic nomination today. Times have changed.

The closest comparison is John Edwards who had to drop out of the Primaries after his sex scandal. 

Whatever.  This is about Weinstein and the constant deflecting you are doing is just silly.

 

It will go away eventually and you can go after the Trump family or Republicans just like always.

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7 minutes ago, jonsensback said:

Whatever.  This is about Weinstein and the constant deflecting you are doing is just silly.

 

It will go away eventually and you can go after the Trump family or Republicans just like always.

Let me know when Weinstein runs for POTUS

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1 minute ago, soulflower said:

Let me know when Weinstein runs for POTUS

He is the Lion of the Left which means he his the man behind the curtain of who he promotes.

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2 minutes ago, jonsensback said:

He is the Lion of the Left which means he his the man behind the curtain of who he promotes.

Since you're making a big deal about this, I'm going to assume you didn't vote for Trump right?  :lol:

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4 minutes ago, jonsensback said:

He is the Lion of the Left which means he his the man behind the curtain of who he promotes.

“Lion of the Left”? According to who?

He’s a kingmaker in Hollywood for sure but you’re exaggerating his importance to Democratic politics...

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1 minute ago, ivanbalt said:

Since you're making a big deal about this, I'm going to assume you didn't vote for Trump right?  :lol:

Deflect much? :lol::P:lol:

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2 minutes ago, blowboatbethesda said:

Deflect much? :lol::P:lol:

Did you also not vote for Trump?  I certainly didn't vote for Weinstein.  :lol:

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7 minutes ago, ivanbalt said:

Since you're making a big deal about this, I'm going to assume you didn't vote for Trump right?  :lol:

I'm making a big deal out of it?

 

I'm just not ignoring like you are.  Even CNN knows it's a biggie which is the linked article.

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I'm going to assume you didn't vote for Trump right?

You would think a man like that with his political connections and access to politicians with his wallet, it wouldn't matter who one voted for.

 

But please tell me why this should be ignored?

 

 

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Just now, ivanbalt said:

Did you also not vote for Trump?  I certainly didn't vote for Weinstein.  :lol:

All you got?:D

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4 minutes ago, soulflower said:

“Lion of the Left”? According to who?

He’s a kingmaker in Hollywood for sure but you’re exaggerating his importance to Democratic politics...

He is a big money man in politics.  You know, the big money in politics that progressives claim not to like.  Except when they do.   

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More proof that Hillary is a fraud, isn't fit to lead, and really wants to run again.  She is a hypocrite and ain't willing to take a stand against one of her personal friends and major fundraisers.   The Obamas are to indebted to Weinstein to say anything and their continued silence makes them hypocrites too.

 

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6 minutes ago, soulflower said:

“Lion of the Left”? According to who?

He’s a kingmaker in Hollywood for sure but you’re exaggerating his importance to Democratic politics...

CNN and every other article I read.

 

 

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Just now, jonsensback said:

I'm making a big deal out of it?

 

I'm just not ignoring like you are.  Even CNN knows it's a biggie which is the linked article.

You would think a man like that with his political connections and access to politicians with his wallet, it would matter who one voted for.

 

But please tell me why this should be ignored?

 

 

I said it should be ignored?  I must have missed that.  I was responding to your Lion of the Left comment.  Trump's predatory nature was deemed fake news and he was elected President.  But some piece of garbage that backs Democrats is a bigger political scandal?

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2 minutes ago, SemiAuto said:

He is a big money man in politics.  You know, the big money in politics that progressives claim not to like.  Except when they do.   

Are you a Socialist now?

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5 minutes ago, jonsensback said:

CNN and every other article I read.

 

 

He’s far less influential in Democratic politics than Trump is to GOP politics. 

You really don’t see the hypocrisy in Trump supporters politicizing Sexual Harrassment?

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6 minutes ago, soulflower said:

Are you a Socialist now?

No.  That was lame.

You really don’t see the fraud in democrat apologists not politicizing sexual harassment?    

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5 minutes ago, ivanbalt said:

I said it should be ignored?  I must have missed that.  I was responding to your Lion of the Left comment.  Trump's predatory nature was deemed fake news and he was elected President.  But some piece of garbage that backs Democrats is a bigger political scandal?

You made the comment that I was "making this a big deal"  which sounds like you wish it to be ignored since I don't see any other reason you don't want me to post it.

 

And then the kicker, I voted for Trump implication nonsense which is just more deflection.

 

We shall see how big of a deal this is once it's over. 

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4 minutes ago, soulflower said:

He’s far less influential in Democratic politics than Trump is to GOP politics. 

You really don’t see the hypocrisy in Trump supporters politicizing Sexual Harrassment?

Ask yourself the same question with Democrats:rolleyes:

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1 minute ago, jonsensback said:

You made the comment that I was "making this a big deal"  which sounds like you wish it to be ignored since I don't see any other reason you don't want me to post it.

 

And then the kicker, I voted for Trump implication nonsense which is just more deflection.

 

We shall see how big of a deal this is once it's over. 

You and CNN seem to be making a big deal that Hillary and Obama have been silent.

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1 minute ago, ivanbalt said:

You and CNN seem to be making a big deal that Hillary and Obama have been silent.

And yet that puzzles you?

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34 minutes ago, jonsensback said:

Back to the topic:

https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/from-aggressive-overtures-to-sexual-assault-harvey-weinsteins-accusers-tell-their-stories

Be advised, it get's pretty graphic and ugly from here and if you don't want to rip this guys face off after reading this you are more contained than I am as a father of daughters.  

 

 

"De Caunes, who was in her early thirties at the time, was already an established actress..."  “I know that everybody—I mean everybody—in Hollywood knows that it’s happening,” de Caunes said. “He’s not even really hiding. I mean, the way he does it, so many people are involved and see what’s happening. But everyone’s too scared to say anything.”
 

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Just now, jonsensback said:

And yet that puzzles you?

Why should they comment at all? Or should we also get comments from Howard Stern and Bruce Springsteen as well? Anyone else? Yes, that puzzles me that you and your buddies want comments from people that are not involved in this at all. I understand Trump is someone who comments about everything; but not everyone is like that.

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33 minutes ago, jonsensback said:

He is the Lion of the Left which means he his the man behind the curtain of who he promotes.

LOL since when? :lol:

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