Alabama Upset: Alabama voters drew a thin line on ethics and decency last night sending a Democrat to the US Senate for the first time in 25 years, reducing the Republican majority to just one vote. It is an enormous defeat for President Trump, who threw his full weight behind Roy Moore, an accused child molester.
Character Reference: As Alabama voters go to the polls today for the special Senate election, Fox News published a poll that says Democrat Doug Jones leads accused child molester Roy Moore by 10 points.
Doug Jones won 49.9 percent to Moore’s 48.4, a margin of about 20,000 votes. In the end it may have been the 1.7 percent of voters who cast write-ins for neither candidate who may have made the difference.
Jones said at the top of his victory speech, “I’ve been waiting all my life and now I just don’t know what the hell to say.”Read more
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He’s With Him: In a recorded message, President Trump has thrown his full weight behind Roy Moore, the accused pedophile running for the US Senate from Alabama. In the robocall recorded for Moore, Trump says, “Roy Moore is the guy …Read more
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It's Been Said
"The greatest absurdity of our time is You Know Whom, which goes without saying but I will anyway. What his election showed is that a considerable number of people, in order to demonstrate their frustration with the world as it is, are willing to drive their car, with their children in the back seat, over a cliff, smash the radiator, bust an axle and walk away feeling good about themselves. No other president in modern times has been held in contempt by a preponderance of people from the moment he said, 'So help me, God.'"
-Garrison Keillor on President Trump