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Default Re: Four senators urge Franken to reconsider resignation

Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
None of that change the fact that no one should be fired, forced to quit or be denied a job over unproven accusations. Should you lose your job if someone said you sexually assault them and offered no proof of the incident?
Unfortunately, the politically correct view is that we should automatically take the word of the women claiming harassment--after all, they may have felt uncomfortable coming forth previously--so that we now have, essentially, a guilty-until-proven-innocent standard for all men.
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