Many years ago, I was around some asshole who said he wanted to 'rape' my 
(female) house-mate at the time. The same way Trump did - just part of the 
conversation. I said that it wouldn't be a good idea, ended the visit, and 
never saw him again. Just like Trump, we weren't in a locker room, and he 
wasn't joking. 

In any case, kind of a weird analogy for Trump to make, since it has been at 
least a quarter century since that bloated, physical wreck of a human being, 
that pathetically overstuffed, sausage-casing of digested fast-food, saw the 
inside of a locker room. How could he possibly know what men say in them? 
---In, <mdixon.6569@...> wrote :

 Bill's accusers came forward immediately. Trumps, as many as thirty years 
later in the middle of a political campaign with media bending over backwards, 
trying to discredit him. Hillary can't win on merit or accomplishments and has 
high negativity rating. All she can do is find a way to make Trump look more 
negative than her.
 Locker room talk dude! I don't know, maybe you haven't been around many men in 
a testosterone filled environment.  Can get pretty crude at times and usually 


 From: feste37 <>
 Sent: Friday, October 14, 2016 10:04 AM
 Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: One Question
   I think it's glaringly obvious to anyone. In Trump world, Bill's accusers 
are, of course, to be believed, but those who accuse Trump of similar things 
are "horrible liars." He omits to note of course, that he himself said that he 
did those things to women. So they are merely confirming the truth of his 


---In, <awoelflebater@...> wrote :

 So, how is Trump's besmirching of his female accusers any different or better 
or more justified than Hillary's alleged attacks against Bill Clinton's 
accusers? Does Trump not realize he's doing the exact same thing he accuses his 
opponent of? I haven't seen this point made anywhere in the media yet. What the 



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