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Will you vote for a politician with a pending case in court?

Asked by: NeutralNoLonger
  • It's not right to judge someone before knowing if he's guilty.

    If he got convicted, that'd be an issue... But until than, I wouldn't hold a case against him unless it looked clear cut that he was wrong in what ever happened.

    If it's not right for you to judge me by a case that hasn't concluded yet, as I might very well be bad, and I shouldn't judge a politician by it. If he's guilty, we can kick him out, but to refuse him a vote without actually knowing if he's guilty or not is wrong.

    The media can't say you're guilty before the judge does, so neither should we.

  • Only if you want to compromise your moral code.

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