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Show me a boy at 16 who hasn't tried to feel up a girl and I will show you a man who has a problem with his sexual identity.
Now a sleeping girl is a little creepy, but boys engaging in a little breast feeling or fingering is pretty normal.
The jails would be full of them if prosecuted.

There is a difference between consensual petting and molestation or sexual assault[

No sh1t Sherlock. Did you figure that out all by yourself?


I believe I said creepy. I am sorry, I should have said criminal, I should have said he should be punished for it the rest if his life perhaps even spending that life in prison, for feeling up a sleeping girl, that may have satisfied you a-holes who want to crucify this man because he has made a few bucks, got on TV, and is now an upstanding citizen.

Now if he had robbed a store , had a record, and gotten shot by a police officer we would be putting a plaque in the street for him.
But all he did was turn his life around and become decent. So let's hound him, break him, crucify him.

If he had smoked Marijuana and tried Cocaine while in college we could elect him President.
But he felt up a sleeping girl.
He could stick a Cigar in a young intern and beat off in the sink and you would vote for him a-hole so don't get on your high horse with me.
He could be a woman responsible for the deaths of 4 heroes and a is a lying sack of crap and you will vote for her.

Certainly he was wrong. we all know that, but let's make a federal case of it because this guy is on the right, and not the left.

Hjinx, Southern Maryland forums 5 Comments [12/5/2018 1:48:18 PM]
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Citizen Justin

He was not arrested or charged (despite a cop knowing about it) and went on to publicly present his life as a moral way to live. That's where the problem lies.

Also these incidents went on for quite some time, and his sister was not asleep, not for more than the first few minutes anyway.

EDIT: Four of his sisters and a babysitter.

12/6/2018 1:59:20 AM

Passerby

You see two very deliberate strategies in play here: Minimization - Molesting someone in their sleep is "creepy" as opposed to a criminal act and he moved on to make a few bucks in TV making amends (by doing nothing) and becoming an upstanding citizen rather than being sold to America as symbol of moral Christian living to be emulated without ever acknowledging it was even wrong to begin with. And then when somebody called that out switching over to parodic overstatement - Not only criminal but must be punished beyond the statues of the law with torture and crucifixion with non sequiturs that actually run contrary to the minimization.

Avoiding the simple fact of the law being broken, with very clearly proscribed procedure and legal repercussions never faced. Aggressively stretching any mention of criminality into frustrating absurdities to fatigue anyone paying attention until their ability to care is exhausted. Only ever addressing the conversation if it is artificially emotionally weighted to make it easier to dismiss entirely by defining the entire issue by this intentional spectacle which in turn makes anyone who sees it want to avoid getting dragged in.

12/6/2018 8:14:06 AM

Doubting Thomas

Show me a boy at 16 who hasn't tried to feel up a girl


*raises hand* Yes, I was very curious about girls and their anatomy at age 16 but I knew better than to try to feel them up, even living with two older sisters. I've always respected boundaries.

and I will show you a man who has a problem with his sexual identity.


No problem here. I've always been interested in girls/women, always had sex with women, and have been married to the same woman for 19 years whom I have sex with. I can identify as heterosexual without ever having to had molest a girl just because I was curious.

that may have satisfied you a-holes who want to crucify this man because he has made a few bucks, got on TV, and is now an upstanding citizen.


I guess you missed the part where this guy and his parents started their own TV show portraying themselves as moral examples to follow all the while knowing what he did to his sisters a few years earlier. It's this hypocrisy which has garnered all the disdain for the entire family, and the reason his sex crimes coming to light ruined their TV show for good.

But all he did was turn his life around and become decent.


Yeah it's not like he ever had an account on Ashley Madison or anything.

Certainly he was wrong. we all know that, but let's make a federal case of it because this guy is on the right, and not the left.


Again, it's his and his family's holier-than-thou attitude which made everyone make a "federal case" out of it. You should learn the proverb of glass houses and throwing stones.

12/6/2018 8:32:55 AM

Musicalbookworm

As a woman, I'm not sure I want to visit southern Maryland if this attitude is common.

12/6/2018 2:16:29 PM

Chloe

I have 3 brothers and never heard of them doing this.

12/8/2018 9:25:05 AM

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