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On Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 12:13:46 PM UTC-5, RichA wrote:
> Check-out this ominous line from a CNN story on the impending Franken resignation (the reference
is to Bill Clinton but the story was about Franken):
> "Getting Franken out of office and becoming a zero tolerance party will also require a mass
Democratic reckoning with his legacy -- and giving up on a once-promising, beloved figure, for a
greater purpose."
> Yes, "sacrificing" individual's careers for the greater good.  The essence of predatory,
politically-correct socialism.
> Clinton for his part is great for the party.  They can (now) vilify him for his actions during his
time in the White House (in the dim past) rather than face the fact the dominating majority in this
sexual harassement debacle now are mostly Democrats.

By my reckoning, and if I am wrong will surely be corrected by Kerman, but most of the Dems accused
of sexual harassment in DC and Tinseltown are Jewish.

What was the major platform dispute during the 2016 Democratic convention?

Of course, I could be wrong and if I am, am sure Kerman will honor us with a severe correction.