Roy Moore's campaign chairman, Bill Armistead to the stage before Moore saying that Alabama law requires a recount if the vote is within 0.5 percent. "At this point, we do not have a final decision on the outcome tonight," he said. "We know God is still in control and we're going to give him the credit for how this turns out." Moore then took the stage to say that when the vote is this close, "It's not over, and we still have got to go by the rules of this recount provision."
Quote from: el jefe on December 12, 2017, 08:28:11 PMno I think this is just to finish sessions' term. I think the seat is up again in 1 or 3 years.Oh right. Shit.
no I think this is just to finish sessions' term. I think the seat is up again in 1 or 3 years.
guapo says moore wins this by 5
Drunk on lmaos
Quote from: brugroffil on December 12, 2017, 10:02:36 PMDrunk on lmaosThis phrase is beautiful.Also taking the time to enjoy the endless barrage of "and the horse he rode in on" jokes.
This phrase is beautiful.
Shortly after Moore's speech, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R) was asked by CNN's Jake Tapper if he expected "anything other than Mr. Jones being the next senator from the state of Alabama.""I would find that highly unlikely to occur, Jake," Merrill replied.
Also taking the time to enjoy the endless barrage of "and the horse he rode in on" jokes.
Ahahaha hahahaha hahahaha hahahaha hahahahaGet fucked you child molesting asshole
Quote from: meepmeep on December 12, 2017, 10:35:15 PMhttps://twitter.com/MattScalici/status/940785443603451904oye that sucks
Even I know that's not how you ride a horse.