It's not about believing women or not. It's in front of the camera and right in our eyes. In any country, each one of those scenes will face a child abuse or sexual assault charge. But he is allowed to run for the presidency.but when Kavanaugh gets accused, its we must believe the woman.
It is truly puzzling, some times, at how much people have been brainwashed to tolerate based on some vague "we have to let them get this out of their system because they've been oppressed" notion, or something like that.
Isn't there any committee or something to check if a candid fits for presidency or not?
I'm not exactly sure what your question means? Do you mean, I was insinuating that the protestors were from out of town? No- not at all, if it came across that way that was not my intent, sorry. I am not suggesting they are from anywhere--I really don't care on that point. Just that the places where the occupations are, are extremely liberal. Seattle, Portland. You won't see successful occupations here in Phoenix. : )As opposed to the protesters being from Portland?
Your post, taken as a culmination of this thread as a whole, depressed me. My gosh...are we as a nation really THAT corrupt?This is the sticking point that confuses our non-USA neighbors and friends. The United States Constitution is specifically written so that darned near anyone can be president. This was supposed to be the country of the common man. Therefore, almost anyone can run. The person has to meet the qualifications to be a U.S. Senator and must be a natural-born citizen. There actually isn't even a requirement to have no criminal record.
If there is ANY candidacy check, it is that the big national parties don't want to back someone with a bunch of skeletons in their closet that would easily be exposed. Which means the Clintons must have had one DAMNED good "cleaner" because at the time of Bill Clinton's election, I recall talk of up to 13 bodies turning up as apparent suicides. Even though in a couple of cases the suicides held the gun in their "off" hand. And of course there was the person who took a nap with his neck on a railroad rail. These days it is all about "spin doctors" and seeing who thinks they have a way do deflect the bad deeds.