Say it was a joke! Say he didn't actually touch her in it!
You know, I'll accept both those things as stipulated. They seem very likely to me.
I'm glad he resigned.
He should have done it sooner.
I don't a committee's permission to say so
Okay... what about the other seven or eight? Were they *all* talk show hosts? All shills?
People, I don't care if she had sex with them on stage.
She still gets to say no to kissing him.
If so: it's a good thing he resigned.
But that's not the question at hand.
"It turns out none of the things he did to any of these women were technically illegal in the absence of them pressing charges, nor concretely against any Senate rooms."
I mean, I'm not ecstatic.
They could *both* still be in office, and that would be worse.
It's a good in and of itself.
You seem like the sort of person who asks questions to argue rather than to learn.
If Roger Stone had a sinister plan to get Tweeden to trump-up a charge in the hopes that it would break a dam and get other women to come forward... it worked. There were enough women out there to turn it into a thing.
I'm glad it happened.
And I'm going to block each and every person who @-s me to say otherwise.
Not even Al Franken.
No woman is disposable.
Not eve Roger Stone's friend Leeann Tweeden.
The stuff he confirmed happening is enough for me to find the rest credible and be glad he's gone.
Dump this garbage on your timeline without replying to or tagging me, if you need to share it. I'm serious.