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It’s starting to get really creepy — even Judge Roy Moore’s defenders are going to have to admit that.
First, The Washington Post reported that the Republican Senate nominee from Alabama asked 16- and 17-year-old girls on dates when he was in his thirties (but only when their mothers approved, he says). Apparently, such age gaps weren’t rare in the South at the time. But now, multiple sources say so many high schoolers complained he hit on them that the local mall had to ban him, permanently. And yesterday, a new accuser disclosed that when she was 16, Moore asked to sign her high school yearbook — and assaulted her a few days later.
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The new information exemplifies a problem with Judge Moore’s candidacy: the man doggedly pursues his own desires without regard to social norms. He delights in breaking everyone else’s rules in a way that strokes his own ego — and he’s not all that concerned about any collateral damage.
Roy Moore is a clear and present danger to the reputation of the Republican Party, the effective functioning of the United States Senate, and the political health of the nation. If he is seated as a lawmaker, he’ll continue his pestering, but the victims will be the whole country, well beyond some small-town cheerleaders and glee club members.
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A man who solicits teenage girls so many times he’s banned from a mall isn’t likely to submit to any legal authority. As Alabama’s Chief Justice, Moore was known for various stunts, such as disobeying a federal court order to remove a Ten Commandments monument he commissioned for the state judicial building and thumbing his nose at the Supreme Court’s gay marriage ruling by trying to defang it statewide.
As a United States Senator, which rules will Moore break? The Senate is a storied institution...
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