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Oldefarte: Well, THAT makes sense - because the Senate refuses to be stampeded by an allegation which is notable chiefly for the problems with it (how did her "friend" and/or the person who "sort of knew her" in high school hear about this event when the accuser says that she told absolutely no one until 30 years later...? Were there 2 people in the room - one version, or 3 - another version, or 5 - yet another version, etc., etc.? Do we judge a professor of psychology on the same standards as we do a high school drop-out?), this group is willing to toss ALL the women whose interests it supposedly represents, to the wolves? And for what - because some people in the Senate have expressed doubts about these allegations? Because some people in the Senate have pointed out what not even the accuser denies, namely that this alleged event 36 years ago hasn't been replayed since? The Senate held up the process to allow this woman's complaints to be heard and even have set aside at least a day for her to make her case - only to be told that she won't testify if Kavanaugh is even given the right to hear what she's claiming against him. When did they change the Constitution to disallow the accused the right to confront the people testifying against him? I could have sworn that was in the 6th Amendment. So what do I say to these people? I say maybe your Task Force work deserves your attention without your attempting to turn it into political leverage in an unrelated matter and, if you can't understand that, or conform your behaviors to that reality, then maybe you are the ones who are the problem.