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I’m willing to forgive my senator, Al Franken, for his indiscretions.
Being disrespectful to women. But that’s really not my call. It’s up to the women.
To forgive or not to forgive. It’s easier for me. I’m not the victim. I’d not
do what Franken did. Thing is. I consider Franken a friend, of sorts. Though I’ve
never met him. But what I’ve seen of him. Convinces me that he’s a funny comedian
and a decent human being. With foibles, of course, like most every politician. He’s
been good for Minnesota. And I’d vote for him again and again. Because he’s for
what I deem a very moral political agenda. Yes. Yes. He needs to cultivate more
respect for women. Which I have faith he will do. I sense he’s learned his
lesson. And that he will be a better man
(and senator) for it. Like everyone else, Franken isn’t perfect. But he’s a good
enough politician. For me. Fair and mostly honest and forthcoming. Willing to
cross the aisle. To get things done. Anyway, count me as a forgiving guy. Especially
when it comes to my dearest friends. Yes, I believe in unconditional
I have to disagree with you again. I will stand up for women and not leave them on their own.
This is why women have had such a hard time, too many enablers. Apathy toward what
They go through. You are a good match with Al Franken. Insensitive but give lip service. I am against this attitude. Maybe jfkoc will support your indifference.
You make no sense.
I guess I'm most resentful of you and jfkoc wasting the potential of a site that took many man-hours of hard work.