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Congratulations

   Thread Started December 12 at 11:22PM

Congratulations to Doug Jones our newest Senator from Alabama.

AND congratulations to the great State of Alabama for voting their conscience.

This is how it is done.


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RE: Congratulations

Reply on December 12, 2017 11:32 PM << Modifed December 12 at 11:56PM >>

Congratulations to Doug Jones, it was a hard race, but the best man won...

The people of Alabama should be applauded...they did the right thing...God Bless them all...


(George Wallace died a second death tonight!)

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RE: Congratulations
Reply on December 12, 2017 11:51 PM
Jones's acceptance speech was wonderful, joyful and optimistic. My favourite part occurred when he sent the message to Washington...Don't wait for me to get there to get things done...and then specifically named
the CHIP program funding.

Yes, Alabama did the right thing and set an example for the country.


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Reply on December 13, 2017 12:21 AM
Great job, Doug Jones. Great job, Alabama!!


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Reply on December 14, 2017 02:48 AM
So what's up with Moore still refusing to concede? Is this the new politically incorrect civility?


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Reply on December 15, 2017 08:25 PM
Moore still refuses to accept the outcome. Today Trump said Roy Moore should concede and this is what "the base" have to say to that.

"No, Trump is not correct on this.

A Conservative Republican in a deep Red State should verify that they lost a race they should never have lost. There was election rigging and double/triple voting.

And when you consider that the Democrats always cheat, Trump should mind his own business on this one!"

lol. Trump raised all this election rigging crap.


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Reply on December 22, 2017 07:00 AM
Doug, being no dog, dug in to dig out a dogged win over his dog of an opponent--who was doggedly dogged to be 'Moore' of a dog in their senate dog race. Doggoneit! Dagnabbit! It's a dog eat dog world!


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Reply on December 23, 2017 05:13 PM
Almost two weeks after the people of Alabama spoke Judge Moore still doesn't have the class to concede an election he lost fair and square. Now he's seeking donations to investigate faked incidents of voter fraud. It's Christmas, he should be collecting donations for the needy instead of further degrading his weak character and moral decay.

Even the far-right media, who tried to rewrite history by attacking Roy Moore's accusers, have admitted they deliberately set up stings and lied to cover up the facts. The good Christian judge should follow their lead.

"In an interview with CNN, Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow said the claims of Leigh Corfman, who said she was sexually assaulted by Moore when she was 14, had a lot of credibility."


   

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