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    Caleb: criminal son of former judge Roy Moore

    Like father, like son. Both seem to believe laws don't apply to them.

    Roy Moore's christian-crimer son caught christian-criming with a defenseless animal

    Caleb Moore, the 27-year-old son of Alabama Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore, is clearly a fan of his father’s principled stand when it comes to the law: If you don’t like a law, well then it’s fine to ignore it. That’s why Daddy Moore ignored court orders to remove a giant Ten Commandments monument from the Alabama Supreme Court, and to comply with the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in favor of marriage equality. We’re not certain whether Caleb heard from God Himself on whether it was divine providence that Caleb should go forth last November onto land that was not his and thereunto slay animals in a manner that is an abomination unto the law, or at least a misdemeanor. But he did it anyway, and now in addition to the two crimes he was charged with then, he also had to turn himself in on a charge of third-degree trespassing after the property owner signed a warrant for the trespass against him.

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    This was Caleb Moore’s ninth visit to the pokey after multiple arrests in Florida and Alabama for drunk driving, plus a few drug arrests, too. He was arrested on drug possession in Troy, Alabama in 2015. The charges were dropped after he entered a plea agreement and went into a pre-trial diversion program last year, which was apparently not enough to divert him from some illegal hunting on top of everything else. But maybe there’s hope for the boy, since as far as we can tell he was neither driving drunk nor hopped up on goofballs when he did the trespassing and deer-baiting (we’ll assume — we haven’t seen a report of what critters he was actually luring with bait).
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    Very misleading article title.

    They couldn't have just said he was hunting without permission?

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    Quite a likeable family there.

    Now with Daddy with his hand in the till of a charity. Kind of reminds you of the Trumps,huh?
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    Moore is a turkey candidate. The virtually unknown Democrat (though he is an accomplished former U.S. attorney) is already polling roughly even with him. A whole lot of Alabamans are embarrassed that Moore continues to be a defining element of their state politics, and it's clear he would not have gotten this far without the twin disasters of the Bentley scandal and McConnell's leadership tainting Strange.

    The state doesn't typically engage in revolutionary, out-of-the-dark politics... local establishment figures like Jeff Sessions are responsible for hooking them up to the Trump train, and before then they followed the RNC's lead. If Moore becomes weighed down by personal scandal in addition to his looney tunes worldview, Steve Bannon may become solely responsible for the Democrats holding what they have in the Senate amid election geography that is supposed to absolutely murder them this year... if the Dems get lucky, and there is a sufficient anti-Trump wave in Texas and Arizona, they may even gain a seat or two. At that point, control of the chamber via defections (Collins, Murkowski) becomes a serious possibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maryanne View Post
    quite a likeable family there.

    Now with daddy with his hand in the till of a charity. Kind of reminds you of the trumps,huh?
    yes.
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    I'll say one thing for Roy Moore. He soundly defeated Donald Trump's chosen candidate in Alabama and thereby proved to the GOP rank and file that Trump has no coattails to offer them in the upcoming midterm elections. That should embolden them to overcome their fear of speaking out regarding Trump's obvious unfitness for office. I understand that it has also sent Trump into fits of rage that may, if we're lucky, eventually convince his cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment in order to rescue the nation from the malignant cancer that is currently growing unfettered in the Oval Office.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightSwimmer View Post
    I'll say one thing for Roy Moore. He soundly defeated Donald Trump's chosen candidate in Alabama and thereby proved to the GOP rank and file that Trump has no coattails to offer them in the upcoming midterm elections. That should embolden them to overcome their fear of speaking out regarding Trump's obvious unfitness for office. I understand that it has also sent Trump into fits of rage that may, if we're lucky, eventually convince his cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment in order to rescue the nation from the malignant cancer that is currently growing unfettered in the Oval Office.
    25A situation is not going to happen. It is, in practical terms, more difficult than impeachment. Cabinet can get the ball rolling, but even if most of those people --- all of whom owe everything to Donald Trump, with the exceptions of Tillerson and Mattis --- decided to do it, the president contest the move to Congress. He gets automatically reinstated if Congress doesn't have super-majorities to remove him in both chambers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Friday13 View Post
    Like father, like son. Both seem to believe laws don't apply to them.

    Roy Moore's christian-crimer son caught christian-criming with a defenseless animal
    Well, ya' can't pick your relatives. It is what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightSwimmer View Post
    I'll say one thing for Roy Moore. He soundly defeated Donald Trump's chosen candidate in Alabama and thereby proved to the GOP rank and file that Trump has no coattails to offer them in the upcoming midterm elections. That should embolden them to overcome their fear of speaking out regarding Trump's obvious unfitness for office. I understand that it has also sent Trump into fits of rage that may, if we're lucky, eventually convince his cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment in order to rescue the nation from the malignant cancer that is currently growing unfettered in the Oval Office.
    Only if they want to get the votes of Democrats. Ya' think that's a winning strategy for Republican candidates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fenrir View Post
    But it is much harder to shrug off when caught yourself.

    Poor son,to have a father like Roy.
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