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Things are looking bleak for Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore, what with more women coming forward accusing Moore of being a cad when these women were girls, and with Gloria Allred pushing herself into the center ring of what is rapidly becoming a political circus.
Putting aside the question of whether one believes Moore did what he stands accused of or not, and there’s insufficient time before Dec. 12 to decide this, those pontificating on the matter have hardly covered themselves with glory. There are agendas everywhere, few of them having anything to do with defending Southern girlhood. The accusations are serious. The reactions to them haven’t always been.
In a reasonable political world, the decision on whether Roy Moore should represent Alabama in the United States Senate would be taken in only one place. That place is not Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s office. It’s not the editorial offices of the Washington

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