Finfinder wrote:With all due respect to you being a young shy single lady how could you easily relate to Kavanaugh's life. "The real critical thinker" would they ascribe to this bigotry, identity labeling, and personal attacks to anybody who dare support Trump in any small manner? I get it to a degree, its forum fodder, but many are serious about it. How is it critical thinking and rational to write off and label 50% of the population based on how they vote, or comment on a current event,makes no sense. Just curios you mentioned in another thread about dating, if a guy mentioned something positive about the current economy would that exclude him from your interest?
And here is a clear example of diversion. People have the right to voice opposition against those who they feel are unqualified to represent them. That she would come forward despite her fear, shows that she tried to do right to stand up for herself and other women in America. She wanted to remain anonymous but the media wanted to find out her identity and so they did. She can't even go home because of the death threats she has been getting. She has a reputation and a family, why would she lie about Kavanaugh to put herself and her family in danger? Is she freaking stupid? I doubt it.
I don't need to relate to Kavanaugh. I have a right to an opinion and since I learned about his past spending habits and about the allegations, red flags popped up.
If a guy wants to talk about the economy, I wouldn't care. If he showed signs of being an alcoholic, addict or smoker, then he would be off my radar. I don't condone unhealthy practices in my life.
@blackjack21 Are you saying that Kavanaugh kept a diary of all his deeds in his life? This we have to see.
Dear diary, today I was not at a party. My friend Mark went and felt up willing and drunk bitches. I am glad I stayed home to shop for pricey hockey tickets instead!