Looks like this has moved back to a roll of the dice.
REJECTED/DISMISSED...And the election results are certified...Perhaps NOW he'll get the message....OR will he still live with FALSE hope until the actual swearing in, in Jan....
Will HE show up in DC to be "Sworn In"?
It was fairly cool down in 'bama...it's a wonder the tears didn't freeze on his face....
BECAUSE even FOX news has accepted it AND YOU hate "snowflakes".
Roy Moore Is a ‘Snowflake’ for Not Conceding, Fox Contributor Says on Air
It’s quite clear Roy Moore lost in his bid to become an Alabama senator. It’s also clear he’s not willing to admit that fact. As such, he’s acting like a so-called snowflake, a Fox Business contributor said on air this week.
and that he should accept the loss even though I believe he was set up deliberately to lose it. I just pointed out that by not accepting it, he's not acting any differently than the LIAR and the DEMS who ALSO can't accept THEIR loss, and yet you are pleased that they don't. The hypocrisy from the left has gotten real old.
I think he IS acting differently...
Have you got any links showing Democrats contesting(through the court system) the results of any election with such vigor?
Not taking NO for an answer?
You asked Why should he accept it?...
No mention of YOU thinking he shouldn't....
then you got on your high horse and focused on the Dems...
Losing and complaining is not the same as losing and not accepting the results.... and going to court....
DEMS/LIBERALS don't understand hypocrisy....
"high horse"???????????? Seriously?????????????? You don't think that people like Congressional DEMS standing on various stages, including the well of the House/Senate calling for Trump's impeachment since day one is 'high horse' actions/responses to LOSING even though there were/are actually NO reasons for it?
Is this what you're talking about?
can YOU say Republican George W. Bush
Bush Goes to U.S. Supreme Court
For their part, Republicans pressed on with their opposition to any hand counting.
Bush campaign attorneys filed an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court, asking it to overturn the Florida high court’s ruling
The appeal marks the first time the nation’s highest court has become embroiled in the raging legal battle between Bush and Gore in one of the closest and most contested presidential elections in U.S. history.
Who threw the first rock?
Who will throw the last rock?
RE:standing on various stages, including the well of the House/Senate
Standing in the well, flapping their gums?.....Is that taking anyone "to court"?
In Canada, politicians can and do say lots of stuff they would never dare say/repeat outside of the HOUSE.
Parliamentary privilege is a legal immunity enjoyed by members of certain legislatures, in which legislators are granted protection against civil or criminal liability for actions done or statements made in the course of their legislative duties.
Which "first rock" at you referring to?
The Bush camp Thursday afternoon filed a “motion to intervene” in the Gore lawsuit.
Motion to Intervene?
What's up with that?...Are YOU talkin' 'bout ME?
Bush being a buttinski?
noun, plural buttinskies. Slang. 1. a person who interferes in the affairs of others; meddler.
from what I've read, I think Moore should dummy up and accept what happened. I don't always think that, because someone else has had a tantrum over losing, such tantrums are now OK for either side. My own personal view has been that, when being critical of someone or what they've done, you must show yourself to be far more respectable than they.
of a forum member. IMO, it's not appropriate to do this. If I have a beef with a person's comments that I feel needs to be stated, I address that person directly.
There is no such thing as a wrong opinion. I know that some opinions are not based on good research nor have a logical foundation but we're all entitled to our own regardless. That we sometimes feel as though other people live in worlds of their own, it might be better to consider that as a gift and not a punishment. Sometimes the way people express themselves is a bit rough on the ears. I'll grant that. If given proper consideration, this offers an opportunity to be introspective and possibly examine our own thinking. But, at the same time, they've a right to be here if keeping within policy guidelines.
My general comment about how we conduct ourselves here is that we can speak as though all we want to do is be heard but we can also speak as though we'd like someone to listen. Being heard is easy but getting someone to listen may take a bit of effort. I would ask of you to not make such comments about other members if you want me to listen. TIA
To my knowledge, the above comments have no connection to any specific biblical scripture so should be taken as non-threatening.
Do the same thing.
I understand that.
It was not proper in the past and it's not proper today.
To give today's party a pass because the past party did it is not right.
It's called politics and playing to the base.
Whatever party is out of power becomes critics of the party that is in power.
It's a repeating cycle.
You don't point it out.
You go back 2/4/8 yrs and drag up something that BO or the dems did to justify what the repubs are doing today.
It was not right 2/4/8 yrs ago and it's not right today.
The repubs took something like 50 symbolic votes to toss BO-care now the dems are starting down the same road with their impeach Trump votes.
I suppose it gives them something to talk about come election time.
and allow that the last snowball has been thrown? IMO, a polite acceptance of a person's loss makes them look better (for later) than does a whining temper tantrum. AFAIC...and you'll like this...Hillary is done for good. Had Trump lost and acted like a chump about it afterward, he'd have been done too.
Now I'll spare those members who want to have fun by jumping on my words and claim that Trump never stopped acting like a chump. That kind of talk is much too old and worthless other than for some folks twisted self-satisfaction. It's not just a few politicians that need to grow up.