I've heard him speak and you are spot on with your description. It's like listening to an 8 year old talk down to you.
Have you noticed that not a single one of all the Republicans who immediately called for Roy Moore to leave the race has called for Al Franken to resign? Hmmmm....
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I didn't notice it. But I did assume it. Swampthings stick together. Also see this, which I put into another thread:
That sinking feeling Al Franken is experiencing is the realization that his career is now a pawn in the fanatical efforts of Democrats to get President Trump out of office. . . The logical steps for getting Trump are clear.
Step one: Establish that sexual harassment before taking office is sufficient grounds to remove someone from office. This is the necessary predicate. Frankenís departure from office will establish the purported sincerity of the Democrats in establishing this brand-new principle. . .
Step two: Apply this doctrine to Roy Moore if he should win the Senate seat for which he is running. If he loses, triumphantly announce that even the reddest of red states agrees that previous misbehavior is dispositive in removing an incumbent.
Step three: Throw Bill Clinton under the bus. . . .
Step four: As the hysteria mounts, following the blood sacrifices, demand that President Trump be impeached for actions before he took office. Failing that, tell voters that by hanging onto office, he is disgracing the nation and telling little boys to grope their little girl classmates in first grade.
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