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Title: This Woman Stands with Judge Roy Moore
Source: Barb Wire
URL Source: https://barbwire.com/2017/11/11/woman-stands-judge-roy-moore/
Published: Nov 12, 2017
Author: Sylvia Thompson
Post Date: 2017-11-12 07:20:51 by IbJensen
Keywords: None
Views: 114
Comments: 18

As has become the pattern with the Left when they are being eviscerated politically, they trot out the vilest of accusations against whomever fits their latest challenge. Judge Roy Moore, who recently won the Alabama state primary against a more establishment Republican candidate, is their new challenge, and like clockwork they have found a “victim” to throw at the judge’s feet.

Judge Moore, like President Trump, is one to be feared. He is a fierce fighter for conservative and Christian causes, and that alone renders him a severe threat to the Republican establishment and the ungodly Left. I sincerely hope he is ready to take on this latest attempt to keep him out of the Senate.

It is now routine for leftist media to dredge up women to use as weapons against politically conservative men. They used the tactic against presidential candidate Herman Cain, and he, by his own admission, was simply unable to finance the necessary legal battle to clear his name. Consequently, he could not continue the race. They did it even more recently to Fox News’ Sean Hannity who, owing to supportive viewers, was able to ward them off.

What galls me is that too many conservative men are quick to cower to political correctness by immediately sympathizing with the female involved, despite sometimes decades of silence. It is interesting that these revelations so often coincide with a man’s seeking a political position.

Even more grating are the faux-conservative Republican politicians, such as John McCain, who without any substantive evidence are already demanding that the Judge step down. Judge Moore should ignore them all.

I frankly am not too concerned about guilt or innocence at this point. What concerns me more is whether or not a person accused of anything is given the chance to have his “day in court,” before he is condemned in the morally corrupt court of leftist public opinion.

Rabid feminists and their sycophants, have so shaped the cultural dialogue that we are now living with a sad state of affairs. Today, if a woman says sexual impropriety (or outright intercourse) happened, the leftist assumption is, it happened. And that conclusion is maliciously dangerous. Accusations may well be valid, but it is just as likely they are not.

I have never considered myself a feminist, because the term “feminism” is in my view, a leftist construct. I am a self-driven, independent woman, and feminism reeks of victimization.

The premise of feminism is that women are victims, particularly of men, and we must be shielded and protected.

Not only do leftist feminists mistrust men, they also mistrust those of us females who have absolutely no problem with men, as men. Yes, we take issue with their behavior, at times, but never with the fact that they are men: who sit with their legs agape (for anatomical reasons), who outstrip us in general physical strength (also an anatomical reality), who are more inclined to do dangerous things, sometimes ridiculously dangerous (they’ve got more testosterone), and who are innately, strongly attracted to females. When these kinds of things become a problem for women, those women are themselves a problem.

This is my non-politically-correct take on some of the madness feminism has wrought.

On rape. The same political correctness that drives much of the discussion regarding men and women in our culture has conjured up a strange definition of rape. Back when I was growing up, it referred to a man (often unknown) forcing himself on an unwilling woman to have sex. Feminists have construed it to be any sex between a man and a woman that the woman might regret having had, after the fact. Newsflash: After the fact is too darn late. It isn’t rape; it’s dissatisfaction with the outcome of what was otherwise, consensual sex.

On marital rape. Given that Almighty God established sex in marriage and set the obligation for a man and a woman to fulfill each other’s needs, “marital rape” is an oxymoron. Marriage is for sex (among other things). Any behavior in a marriage that even approaches the true definition of rape is “assault and battery.” That is how such behavior of a man toward his wife would have been characterized before the feminist Left twisted the conception of what marriage is.

On mutual responsibility. As with so much else in our rotted culture, the Left has succeeded in neutering the term “responsibility.” Women effectively (and often to their detriment) have been fed the lie that their behavior should not have anything to do with how men react to them. Sexually provocative behavior (including apparel) has been throughout the ages designed to entice men. It is the grease that skids the wheels of procreation. That fact will not be changed by any fiction concocted by feminists.

Some men will be mature enough, especially Christian men, not to be overcome by deliberate enticement, but others will be happy to take advantage of it. Thus, we are contending with rampant sexual promiscuousness and all the attendant harm it brings: more aborted children, more fatherless children, more disillusioned women, and on and on. This is the poisonous “legacy” of the modern-day feminist Left.

Our complete rejection of the biblical statement of where men and women stand in Almighty God’s scheme of things has rendered ours one sick, perverted society when it comes to matters of sex.

So, I do blame the victim in instances where they bring on the behavior that harms them. More to the point, they are an affront to me. I have no need to destroy men to validate my own worth or to cover over my responsibilities toward them. My strength is independent of my being female. It comes from my understanding and acceptance of God’s plan for how men and women should relate to each other.

For a thinking, independent woman like me, feminism is unnecessary. It’s time we make that fact known.


Poster Comment:

Alabamans should vote for Judge Moore thereby sending a Conservative to the senate. The evil Democrat-Communists are putting forth yet another lie with true liars as accusers.

This author is a critical thinker with a firm grasp on Gods plan and His natural order for the male / female relationship.

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#1. To: IbJensen (#0)

As has become the pattern with the Left

Be careful here. I know you hate the Left, and they are easy to hate. But are you SURE that the LEFT is who is behind these attacks?

Remember again how W's right took out John McCain in the 2000 South Carolina primaries with a phone campaign "informing" the voters that John McCain had an illegitimate black daughter?

Remember that H.W. Bush voted for Hillary Clinton, and that W. Bush did not vote.

And look at the orchestrated chorus of powerful Establishment Republicans: McConnell, McCain and several others all saying the same thing in unison from the same talking point page - that these allegations are so serious that they disqualify Moore from the office they very desperately do not want him to hold.

Truth is, the Democrats have very little chance of winning a Senate seat in Alabama. Truth is, this is a safe Republican seat, and the REPUBLICANS - the powerful ones, the Bush/McConnell/McCain Establishment - THEY are the ones who have the most to lose in this election. If Moore wins, it doesn't change the balance of the Senate between the parties, but it most certainly DOES change the balance of power within the Republican Senate coalition. Moore is a massive, loud, vocal, stubborn, "Tea Party Right" voice - the sort of people who voted for Trump. The sort of people that the BUSHES - who ARE the Republican Establishment - hate so much that the patriarch of the family - former Republican President George H.W. Bush, has publicly signaled that he voted for Hillary Clinton. And W Bush was less loyal a Republican than I am (and I'm not a Republican and pretty much hate their guts). I voted for Trump and the Republican. Bush, the Establishment Republican par excellence, was so butt hurt about not getting his way that he didn't vote at all!

This does not smell or feel to me like a Left wing Democrat operation. These women, these accusations, and the univocal reaction of about 8 Republican Senators all speaking from the same talking points.

It is really quite clear that this smearing of Roy Moore is a REPUBLICAN operation, being conducted by the REPUBLICAN Party, because the REPUBLICAN Establishment does not want to lose control.

It's natural to blame the Democrats and the Left for everything evil, but this time it very probably is not them - this is an onside hit, an attempt by the Republicans to frag one of their own.

The Democrats have not been the ones howling to the moon about this, taking it to the press cycle after cycle. It has been the leaders of the Republican Party, in a constant drumbeat. This is a Republican smear campaign, not a Democrat one.

Once you realize that, you should refocus your ire where it belongs.

Vicomte13  posted on  2017-11-12   8:51:03 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: IbJensen (#0)

Judge Moore, like President Trump, is one to be feared. He is a fierce fighter for conservative and Christian causes, and that alone renders him a severe threat to the Republican establishment and the ungodly Left.

Yup. Anyone who threatens The Swamp is feared BY the Swamp.

Moore will wind up recruiting conservatives to organize and create a powerful Republican conservative bloc. EXACTLY what the Establishment/GOP-Dem Swamp fears.

Those who most loudly denounce Fake News are typically those most aggressively disseminating it.

Liberator  posted on  2017-11-12   10:35:57 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: Vicomte13 (#1)

It's natural to blame the Democrats and the Left for everything evil, but this time it very probably is not them - this is an onside hit, an attempt by the Republicans to frag one of their own.

Spot on, Vic.

Those who most loudly denounce Fake News are typically those most aggressively disseminating it.

Liberator  posted on  2017-11-12   10:36:35 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: Vicomte13 (#1)

It is really quite clear that this smearing of Roy Moore is a REPUBLICAN operation,

I disagree. If it was a Republican operation, the time to do it was the primary. Then you eliminate Moore, put in your guy Strange, and get the added benefit of appearing to go along with Trump's choice.

What do Republicans get for bringing this up during the general election? Even if Moore dropped out his name would remain on the ballot. It's too late to substitute another Republican. And, as a result, the Democrat might win.

If you're suggesting the Republicans would rather elect a Democrat to the Senate than a conservative Republican, say it.

misterwhite  posted on  2017-11-12   11:31:10 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: Liberator (#2)

It should be plain to all here that he is going to be the type of maverick we want and that the slimy turtle McConnell is deathly afraid of. Trump didn't support him, rather he supported the establishment's man, but he'll campaign for Judge Moore!

Liberals are like Slinkys. They're good for nothing, but somehow they bring a smile to your face as you shove them down the stairs.

IbJensen  posted on  2017-11-13   5:37:55 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#6. To: Vicomte13 (#1)

I'm sure. The Democrat-Communists are botton feeding carp. They digest the shit of others then barf it all up on the pages of the complicit printed media. They then regurgitate it into the television cameras.

Liberals are like Slinkys. They're good for nothing, but somehow they bring a smile to your face as you shove them down the stairs.

IbJensen  posted on  2017-11-13   5:41:29 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: misterwhite (#4)

If you're suggesting the Republicans would rather elect a Democrat to the Senate than a conservative Republican, say it.

The Republicans would rather elect a Democrat to the Senate than a conservative Republican they don't control.

McConnell has decided that he believes the women accusing Moore.

Really Mitch? Just like that - you believe them?

Vicomte13  posted on  2017-11-13   14:07:28 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: Vicomte13 (#7)

The Republicans would rather elect a Democrat to the Senate than a conservative Republican they don't control.

To what end?

misterwhite  posted on  2017-11-13   14:51:41 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: misterwhite (#8)

To what end?

To prevent the loss of control of the party itself to Tea Party conservatives. McCain, McConnell, Lady Lindsey, the Bushes - they will temporarily give up Republican seats if it keeps control of the party firmly in their grip.

Remember, George H W Bush voted for Hillary Clinton in the last election, and W didn't vote for President. The very heads of the GOP would not vote for the popular Republican candidate. Why? Trump's political proposals were red meat conservatism. What was their issue, then? The loss of THEIR control over the party.

Vicomte13  posted on  2017-11-13   19:56:45 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#10. To: All (#0)

Sadly, this crap has been working for Democraps for years!

It worked until Donald Trump arrived on scene and then it didn't work any more. Hopefully the people of Alabama, and the rest of the country, have awakened to the lies and propaganda fed to us by the media every day and also hopefully awakened to the corruption and evil that's been in control of our gov't for many years.

There's no difference in Schumer, Collins, McConnell, McCain, Rubio, Pelosi, Feinstein, the Bushes or the Clinton's! They're all part of the Swamp that does anything, and everything, necessary to keep and increase their power and money, all at the expense of the American people!

These stories coming out now, right before the election, only proves even more to me they're fabricated and lies.

Liberals are like Slinkys. They're good for nothing, but somehow they bring a smile to your face as you shove them down the stairs.

IbJensen  posted on  2017-11-14   8:38:42 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#11. To: Vicomte13 (#9)

To prevent the loss of control of the party itself to Tea Party conservatives.

By that logic, conservative Republicans should vote for Democrats to prevent the loss of control of the party itself to RINOs. Yes?

misterwhite  posted on  2017-11-14   15:40:09 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#12. To: misterwhite (#11)

By that logic, conservative Republicans should vote for Democrats to prevent the loss of control of the party itself to RINOs. Yes?

It's what H.W. Bush did in the last election. He voted for Hillary Clinton, to prevent the party from falling to Trump. And W didn't vote for President.

I'd just be happy if the Republicans would do what they promise to do in the campaign: build the wall, repeal Obamacare, enforce immigration, renegotiate trade deals with China and Mexico - that stuff.

Instead, Trump proposes it all - and to his credit does what he can with Executive Orders - while the Republican snakes pass nothing and do everything they can to stop him.

I have no beef with Trump: he is doing what he promised to do. I like most of it, don't like some of it, but Trump was square with us.

It's where I give credit to the Democrats. I like almost nothing that they do, but when they get elected they do exactly what they campaigned on. They fight for it, and when they use dirty tricks, it's to advance the ball.

IF the Republicans acted that way, I'd be supportive of them, even though I don't agree with several things they stand for.

But Republicans are utter liars. They routinely campaign on things and never actually do it.

Trump's different.

Vicomte13  posted on  2017-11-14   16:55:55 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#13. To: Vicomte13 (#12)

I agree with everything in your response!

Liberals are like Slinkys. They're good for nothing, but somehow they bring a smile to your face as you shove them down the stairs.

IbJensen  posted on  2017-11-14   17:06:52 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#14. To: misterwhite (#11)

By that logic, conservative Republicans should vote for Democrats to prevent the loss of control of the party itself to RINOs. Yes?

It's Mitch McConnell's and John McCain's and the Republican Party's logic here, and in Indiana and elsewhere.

Moore won the primary, as did Murdoch in Indiana. This was against the will of the Party leadership.

And so, as in Indiana, Mitch McConnell is suggesting a write-in campaign. In Indiana, that took a Republican seat and gave it to the Democrats. In Alabama, it may do the same.

I have heard over and over and over again, from Republicans such as yourself, that come the general election we MUST support the Republican or else "We are voting for the Democrats".

Well, President H.W. Bush DID vote for the Democrats, outright, in the last election. He voted for Hillary. (I got - and still get - vilified for saying that I might if Trump wasn't the nominee, but I did vote for the Republicans in the end. The LEADERS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY actually VOTED for the Democrats, and ran a write in campaign that took a Republican Senate seat and gave it to the Democrats - and they are talking about doing it again!)

I guess the Republicans think that they are an army, with captive voters, and that the LEADERS can do what the voters are never permitted to do - be treacherous if they don't get their way.

Well, FUCK THAT!

The Republicans have not proven themselves to be particularly good for the country, or competent, or effective at stopping the Democrats. They have proven effective only at advancing their narrow interests. It doesn't make sense to just blindly vote for them.

Republican politicians are in it for PERSONAL FINANCIAL GAIN, and PERSONAL POWER. They truly do not give a shit about rank and file Republican voters, and routinely betray them and mock them.

But THEY - and the duped rubes loyal to the Republicans - demand absolute loyalty, and resort to the most absurd and pathetic namecalling when people think for themselves.

That game is just about run.

If the Republicans don't change, we're going to have Democrat socialism, because the Democrats, for their part, really believe their rhetoric, and really do what they say they will do.

Vicomte13  posted on  2017-11-15   9:00:02 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#15. To: Vicomte13 (#14)

I have heard over and over and over again, from Republicans such as yourself, that come the general election we MUST support the Republican or else "We are voting for the Democrats".

In this case there was a primary. Your guy lost. Now you're trying to get a second bite at the apple. In response I repeat your words, "Well, FUCK THAT!"

If you want to complain, complain to the cowardly Republicans who dropped their support for Moore based on a 40-year-old he said/she said smear campaign.

misterwhite  posted on  2017-11-15   9:21:46 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#16. To: misterwhite (#15)

In this case there was a primary. Your guy lost. Now you're trying to get a second bite at the apple. In response I repeat your words, "Well, FUCK THAT!"

If you want to complain, complain to the cowardly Republicans who dropped their support for Moore based on a 40-year-old he said/she said smear campaign.

I want Moore to win.

He has had allegations made against him by women dredged up and paid by Republican goons.

Because that might not work, the Republican leadership in Washington is ALSO calling for a write-in campaign. They want to make CERTAIN that this rebellion in their ranks is crushed out.

They did the same thing to Murdoch in Indiana.

The "they" doing the "doing" is the Republicans, not the Democrats.

The people worthy of hatred here are Mitch McConnell, John McCain and their ilk.

Moore needs to win this.

Vicomte13  posted on  2017-11-15   10:25:23 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#17. To: Vicomte13 (#16)

He has had allegations made against him by women dredged up and paid by Republican goons.

Luther Strange admitted that he tried to find dirt on Roy Moore during the primary but was unsuccessful. Yet now five women show up claiming they were abused 40 years ago?

This whole thing stinks to high heaven, and I'm at the point where I don't give a shit anymore. I have zero sympathy for these "victims" coming forward decades later claiming their lives were ruined. Really? As my wife said, if it really had that much of an impact, why didn't they come forward right after it happened? Do all five have the same excuse?

misterwhite  posted on  2017-11-15   10:41:00 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#18. To: misterwhite (#17)

Luther Strange admitted that he tried to find dirt on Roy Moore during the primary but was unsuccessful. Yet now five women show up claiming they were abused 40 years ago?

This whole thing stinks to high heaven, and I'm at the point where I don't give a shit anymore. I have zero sympathy for these "victims" coming forward decades later claiming their lives were ruined. Really? As my wife said, if it really had that much of an impact, why didn't they come forward right after it happened? Do all five have the same excuse?

Even if it happened, it happened 4 or 5 decades ago, the statutes of limitations have long run, and I'm not electing him to be the morals police but to the Senate, to be part of a mass of people who are more likely than not to do something like what I want to see happen.

I was unwilling to hold Bill Clinton politically accountable for consensual sex with an adult (Lewinsky). I certainly don't want to see a judge on my side "held accountable" (meaning: denied office) for something he might not even have done a half-century ago.

I simply don't care.

These women were propositioned or maybe touched. None was raped. No woman is quivvering in fear with a ruined life because some man propositioned them. Women are not fragile, delicate creatures.

There are plenty of men who have been raped or molested too, and they're not all quivering blobs of jelly incapable of functioning decades later.

We treat people as being more fragile than they really are, and we do that when we want to get something from somebody we can't get through persuasion.

Had it been up to me, Larry Craig would never have been driven out of Congress for propositioning men, and Bill Clinton would not have been impeached for lying under oath to an impertinent question about a consensual blowjob.

My first position is that it's nobody's damned business. My fallback position is finally that I just simply don't care.

To the assertion: "Well, if it were YOUR daughter..." my answer is that I would have done something about it 40 years ago.

I've been consistent about "I don't care" when it comes to sexual impropriety of various sorts for decades and decades. In the Clinton era I was angry about the impeachment - the Republicans were trying to do the same bullshit to Clinton that is trying to be done to Moore right now. Unable to defeat him politically, and unable to win over the public, they sought to remove him on bullcrap.

They failed, and I warned that their efforts to go after sex would be held against them with a vengeance. So when Republican after Republican who impeached Clinton was discovered in his OWN sexual improprieties, I was always loudly calling for their heads - not because I cared about their sexual impropriety, but because their utter hypocrisy in the Clinton case removed any benefit of the doubt in my mind.

If you are going to go after a man you don't like because of his sexual impropriety, you better goddamned well have lived a perfect, stainless and blameless life, because while I was ready to forgive Clinton, or anybody else, for his indiscretions, I do not forgive hypocritical prosecutors and lynch mobs, and I don't grant them a statute of limitations ever.

Gingrich lead a persecution over a blowjob? The fact that he is a serial adulterer catamite permanently disbars him from my consideration from any office, and whatever he has to say I always respond with the observation that he is fat, lying serial adulterer and hypocrite who has lost the right to ever be considered in my court.

Roy Moore has been accused of things that I barely care about, that happened so long ago that any residual care evaporated. In the 1970s it was not a surprising thing for men in the 20s to proposition teenagers. Everybody was having sex with everybody. It was the sexual revolution. Men and women cannot be held accountable for what they did back then.

McConnell doesn't care either. Nor does that adulterer and faithless John McCain. They only care about political power. They must be defeated, and if McConnell's past of dressing up in women's clothing when he was in his 20s is ever exposed, he has to be ridiculed to the grave for it.

And the beauty is that, like Moore, one doesn't even need to prove the charge in order to accuse a man like McConnell of immorality. McConnell has set the measure by which he can also be measured. HE doesn't care about truth. HE only cares about power. Same with me - and he is in MY way, so I can destroy him with ridicule about things he may have not even done. He doesn't care about justice with regards to anybody in his way, and therefore I don't care about justice for him.

Live by the sword, die by the sword.

Vicomte13  posted on  2017-11-15   11:19:08 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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