Finally – a female cry-raper gets her just desserts

There must be some principles in place:

1. She has a certain, reasonable time to accuse, after which it’s over.

2. This particularly applies to anyone being appointed to high office – the time for her accusations is early, not in the final leg.

3. If she has borne false witness, she must have either the punishment he would have received or the equivalent of it.

While anyone guilty of such things must go down and while the female must be heard up to a reasonable time, both parties need reasonable protection under law, if innocent.

8 comments for “Finally – a female cry-raper gets her just desserts

  1. Errol
    September 24, 2018 at 12:45 pm

    1986? Why – WHY didn’t she say anything at the time?

    • James Strong
      September 24, 2018 at 3:13 pm

      Because reasons.

      Or, if she’s a bit weak on reasons – because feelings.

      When is the next one due to accuse Judge Kavanaugh of something?

      You might think it’s all choreographed; I think it’s likely to be all made up.

      And can’t someone in power point out that it doesn’t matter how many accusations there are if none of them stand up.

  2. September 25, 2018 at 10:57 am

    She’s still crying rape on the internet. Now says she’ll write a book.

    At least that will help her pay Riggins what she owes him.

  3. Pcar
    September 25, 2018 at 9:04 pm

    The longer that Ford delays testifying and/or leaving her accusations unsubstantiated, the more that is emerging about her past and her behaviour. As a “for example” from the yearbooks that mysteriously were scrubbed from the internet, she bragged of having 54 sexual partners before college:

    For someone who has been cocked more times than Davy Crocketts rifle (or Elmer Fudds shotgun if you prefer) then to portray herself as a shy, innocent that was wickedly and cruelly taken advantage of by Kavanaugh is a bit disingenuous.
    H/T Comment at TN

  4. Pcar
    September 25, 2018 at 9:05 pm

    Swamp Watch Democrats’ hypocrisy on Kavanaugh

  5. September 26, 2018 at 2:34 am

    The problem lies with women (no pun intended). For too long women have sat silent when a ‘sista’ lied and ruined a man. If the law won’t act then direct action needs to be taken.

  6. James Strong
    September 26, 2018 at 8:03 am

    In my fantasies I imagine injecting a ‘truth drug’ into politicians.

    I’d like to ask all of the Senators on that committee a question that is primarily aimed at the Dems,. but in fairness should be put to them all —

    ‘To what extent are your questions and the position you are taking based on your assessment of Kavanaugh’s fitness as a jurist?’

    How many people who are following this believe the Dems. are thinking about Kavanaugh’s ability as a jurist, how many think this is simply politics?

  7. Pcar
    September 26, 2018 at 10:27 pm

    Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his wife Ashley speak out in their first television interview since Dr. Christine Blasey Ford levied accusations that derailed Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination. Judge Kavanaugh faces questions on Ford’s allegations and how this has impacted him, his family, and his…

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