Just wondering if this is merely partisan rhetoric, ie "The <other team> is evil and must be brought down!" vs some genuine position you hold.
Hilary is in fact, an excellent opportunity to see if you hold both <teams> to the same standard, or if you lower it based on your preference for who holds political office.
Take me for example: I highly doubt such accusations unless they are accompanied by some sort of credible evidence of guilt. When evidence of wrongdoing is provided, then it becomes incumbent upon the accused to prove that the evidence is wrong, to provide additional exculpatory evidence, or otherwise display that it is not reasonable to find them guilty.
So in this case, I would not believe the accusation (but acknowledge it may warrant a preliminary investigation). Now as it turns out, this case is A) a civil case--so the accuser is only seeking money, and is not seeking prosecution B) without evidence C) was dismissed because the woman lied on the filing in what seems to be an attempt to avoid paying court fees, D) was re-filed in a completely different part of the country, E) was willingly withdrawn, indicating that she does not have a strong case.
I'm trying to get a better feel for how you are reasoning your position here WJ.
When I made my point, I simply didn't know that those charges had been dropped. Last I'd heard, Trump was still scheduled to face those accusations in court and his guilt or innocence was an open question. So on that particular "crime", there really isn't a whole lot more to be said. I was just merely pointing out that dropping charges isn't the same as recanting, and doesn't necessarily make her guilty of making false claims. She gets to be presumed innocent too.
This particular case aside, my original point was simply that Trump is a someone who faces a whole lot of charges, and has spent an awful lot of time in court fighting a variety of accusations. Most have been white collar type of crimes, but they are crimes nonetheless.
In general, I think it fair to think that someone who spends that much time in court, has a constant stream of charges levied against him over decades, and is a well-known liar ... well, let me just say, he may be innocent of this or that particular charge, but he's still not someone that I would want running my country.
To be clear, I never said that I did want Hillary running my country.