Stormy Daniels says she was terrified of Ben Roethlisberger after kiss attempt
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(09-26-2018, 06:47 PM)marvy Wrote: Based on the chick's statement, it was more like an attempted rape. He will get confirmed regardless, there are no morals on the right. They just care about winning.

Not even close to an attempted rape. Asking a girl for a goodnight kiss after walking her to her room and then knocking on her door is not rape. In fact, those things imply he respects boundaries and requires consent to act on anything, which is exactly what the #metoo movement is supposedly after.
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(11-26-2018, 01:24 AM)whiteisright4bbc Wrote:
(09-26-2018, 06:47 PM)marvy Wrote: Based on the chick's statement, it was more like an attempted rape. He will get confirmed regardless, there are no morals on the right. They just care about winning.

Not even close to an attempted rape. Asking a girl for a goodnight kiss after walking her to her room and then knocking on her door is not rape. In fact, those things imply he respects boundaries and requires consent to act on anything, which is exactly what the #metoo movement is supposedly after.


I think that user was talking about Brett Kavanaugh not Ben Roethlisberger. Hence the "he will get confirmed" remark.
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^ Oh. That makes more sense and reminds me that I wanted to reply to another post in here.

(09-21-2018, 01:42 AM)RickTheDick Wrote: Who needs soap operas?  The Trump reality show has so many twists and turns.

Here's what's really amusing:  A Supreme Court nominee is getting grilled for a groping incident when he was a kid in high school.  Yet nobody has an issue with the Commander-In-Chief cheating on his then pregnant wife with a porn-star.

I really don't get it.

Unless I am mistaken, it wasn't just groping, but forcibly restraining a female (apparently) against her will/holding her mouth closed? Am I wrong here? If I'm not, kind of odd of you to try to play it down as "just" groping (something a black performer was basically accused of in the porn section and everyone came out with their pitchforks to lock him away forever and throw away the key).

"A kid in high school"? How many kids were engaging in his behavior when they were in high school? Was it really that common? And are we really holding a fucking potential supreme court justice, one of the most powerful people in the most powerful country in the world, to virtually Julio Gomez's standards of sexual predation? Because unless I'm missing something, that's what it appears like to me.
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BIG BIG difference between he said, she said and covering someone's mouth to forcibly keep them quiet. One is a poor decision, the other is apex predator behavior. That doesn't mean he did it, but it is worth exploring given the importance of his position and the fact that there have been 114 of them in history.
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^ I just believe a supreme court justice, which like you said, is an extremely high position to hold, shouldn't be held to the same standards as a drunk frat boy with very questionable behavior. The vast majority of men I know who went through that age in their lives, didn't have near the reputation he had at that age. I literally have to hold the guy to a below-average, Julio-ish standard for me to look at him as someone worthy of the position he's being appointed. Mirrors Trump I suppose...
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