Our online chat rooms have some of the most interesting people that you can possibly meet.Along with the great atmosphere there is a wonderful staff that regulate the negativity that all chats would bring.He says his win is proof his "Sweet Home Alabama" wants more from politicians. That's the new Alabama."While he still hasn't heard from Roy Moore, Jones says he got a gracious phone call from President Trump congratulating him on Election Night -- and says he knows, even in victory, he now has a lot of Alabamians to win over. But given the current political climate, is it possible?
The "talkers" were in charge of talking to the girls to get them to engage in l sexual activity.According to a criminal complaint filed in Detroit federal court Monday, the now 16-year-old Oakland County girl interviewed with the FBI in June and explained how the online scam worked.As the FBI would learn, court records show, the man behind the operation was the married father from Binghamton, N.Even after Roy Moore faced multiple accusations of sexual misconduct, some involving teenagers, many political experts thought the Republican -- who rode his horse in to cast his vote last week -- could still ride off to victory. We were being inclusive and talking about issues that people care about."His stunning win in deep-red Alabama came by about 20,000 votes -- that slim margin of victory thanks to Republicans who rejected Moore with write-in votes, and a significant turnout by African-Americans.But they didn't ask Doug Jones -- now the first Democratic Senator from Alabama in decades. "People forget that, you know, a Republican didn't send anybody to the Senate for over 100 years before; that changed," Jones said. Bojorquez asked Jones about his victory speech last Tuesday: "You got up there and said, 'I feel like I've been waiting my whole life for this, and now, I don't know what the hell to say.' Is it because you were so surprised, shocked? "It was just being out on that stage and seeing that little sea of people that when you look across there, it represented Alabama."Senator-elect Doug Jones and his wife, Louise Jones, greet supporters during his election night gathering at the Sheraton Hotel on December 12, 2017 in Birmingham, Alabama.