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On Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 2:15:27 PM UTC-6, michael anderson wrote:
> If he wants to resign or is pressured by his own party's women senators to resign...whatever,
works for me.  I dont like the guy so him being gone from the senate is a plus.
> But in no way if he resigns does it effect anything else or anyone else at all.  Him resigning is
him resigning.  If the dems expect roy moore to resign or be forced out once he wins because franken
fell on the sword....too damn bad.

We understand this.  Democrats resign, Republicans deny and impugn.  With full support of the