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Congress and Cosby

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I just read the headline and that was enough.  I could care less if this idea was a R or D or I.  Congress is proposing a bill to strip Bill Cosby of his Presidential Freedom Award.  

Do something!!!  What a waste of time...frankly though doing nothing can be a positive to doing something so maybe I take that back.  My point is that the fact that someone thinks that is a good idea makes them a buffoon to begin with.  

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I agree.  Waste of time.  We already have another accused rapist who gets to keep his Medal of Freedom.  

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With what justification?

Has Mr. Cosby been convicted of a crime?

It may appear Mr.Cosby is a sleazeball but if they begin attacking sleazeball in Washington DC half of Congress will be under pressure to resign.

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6 hours ago, Ufatz said:

With what justification?

Has Mr. Cosby been convicted of a crime?

It may appear Mr.Cosby is a sleazeball but if they begin attacking sleazeball in Washington DC half of Congress will be under pressure to resign.

So if he were to plead or be convicted, revoke the award? That ok?

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These are the "bills" they pass and then puff their chests every election and say "See what WE accomplished" and we all BUY it hook, line and sinker...

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4 minutes ago, chasineyes said:

These are the "bills" they pass and then puff their chests every election and say "See what WE accomplished" and we all BUY it hook, line and sinker...

How many of these Cosby detractors in Congress are backers of Hillary and Bill Clinton? Anyone can be accused of anything once or twice but after so many,as in the case of both Cosby and Clinton, well, were there's smoke there's fire.

Sad way to end an otherwise distinguished career. Fat Albert..who knew;)

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So he's ACCUSED of crimes and so congress wants to strip him of an award. They can act fast on that but can't get more important things done.

On the other hand Hillbillary is under FBI investigation as she's accused of deleted over 30,000 emails that she illegally had on a private server yet she's allowed to run for President?

I could care less about a rapist have a meaningless award but having a felon in the White House is unacceptable.

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15 hours ago, delcecchi said:

So if he were to plead or be convicted, revoke the award? That ok?

Right now, they just have the word of these women to convict Cosby. I believe the women. I just don't know how they would convict him

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I don't think he'll get convicted either.  But there is just too much smoke for there to not be a big fire.

Either way, Cosby is bizzle bozzum done.  I'd put him in my 2016 dead pool.   

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