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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    That is entirely irrelevant to what I asked. Your avoidance of the questions doesn't change that.
    That is not irrelevant. If you don’t have the grey matter to see how that answers your question, then that’s on you

    Someone took major exception with a speech he made a decade ago?
    Yes, someone did.

    Who is Hannibal Buress, and why did he call Bill Cosby a "rapist"? - CBS News

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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    That is not irrelevant. If you don’t have the grey matter to see how that answers your question, then that’s on you
    It is irrelevant because it doesn't answer anything. Here, I'll make it simple for you: Does time make a person less of a rapist?


    You need to read your sources instead of just posting ad-hoc:

    "I've been doing the bit on and off for six months. It was unexpected. It wasn't my intention to make it part of a big discussion," Buress told Stern. "It was just something I was doing at that venue right there. So for someone to put it to the media, it's crazy."
    "It's just information that's out there," Buress added. "I said it and I gotta stand on it, but it is an interesting situation."
    Cosby's allegations were already mildly well-known, but footage of the joke went viral, and suddenly, word of the comic's troubled past hit the mainstream.
    So someone took exception to information which was out there, by a comedian who'd been doing the bit for 6 months on allegations which were decades old? You're trying too hard to make a nonsensical argument. Here is the question you avoided:

    Does time make a person less of a rapist?

    I ask because you keep citing time as a relevant factor in whether this is important or not. If it happened 30 years ago, would it make a difference?
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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by HogWash View Post
    My sister-in-law voted for me.
    I oughta try that. I don't inow if that's legal in Louisiana.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    It is irrelevant because it doesn't answer anything. Here, I'll make it simple for you: Does time make a person less of a rapist?
    yes. time eventually kills a person, death makes a person less of a rapist.

    You need to read your sources instead of just posting ad-hoc:
    you need to explain why you think that matters. My link backs my assertion that someone taking exception to his conservative views was how this story redeveloped.

    Does time make a person less of a rapist?
    That is semantics. A rapist is a person that rapes another. I tend to ignore stupid questions like that one.

    I ask because you keep citing time as a relevant factor in whether this is important or not. If it happened 30 years ago, would it make a difference?
    it makes a difference to me because I support statue of limitations for assault and battery charges.

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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by Thrilla View Post
    he adamantly supports a tax increase on the wealthy, yet won't pay his "fair share"?....imagine that.

    it would be funny to see him go to prison , but he has too many friends in the establishment for that to happen
    it reminds me of the wide stance hypocrisy of Larry Craig. Prison is way too extreme so long as he acknowledges and pays it.

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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    I kinda liked it.

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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    And yet the right wing screams soo much about the "race card"...
    I still kinda liked it.

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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    I agree, the rich should be made to pay their fair share like the rest of us. Ain't it great when ideologies agree?
    Whoops, I thought you were a young money millionare? That was your Sig for awhile wasn't it????? Ummm

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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by Gringo allstar View Post
    Whoops, I thought you were a young money millionare? That was your Sig for awhile wasn't it????? Ummm
    You're trying too hard. That's especially obvious when you don't understand mockery. Now run along. People from politically relevant places are talking.
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    Re: AS AL SHARPTON rose, SO DID HIS UNPAID TAXES...New York Times

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    You're trying too hard. That's especially obvious when you don't understand mockery. Now run along. People from politically relevant places are talking.
    Oh got it, you are a rich millionare you're just pretending your not to mock other rich people like yourself.. Yeah that really adds up, somebody likes to talk out of their arse. Lol... Busted!!

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