HANNITY: Yes, I guess, and maybe, Jedediah, we can talk to the children of these couples that end up getting divorced because there are sites like this that help facilitate, you know, these hook-ups and rendezvous. As if this is, you know, something to glorify and you know what do you have to say to this guy? Content and Programming Copyright 2010 Fox News Network, Inc. All materials herein are protected by United States copyright law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcast without the prior written permission of Roll Call.
But I think people that have a conscience and a soul don't want to make their money this way. BIDERMAN: It's the same argument — HANNITY: You want to look these kids — (CROSSTALK) HANNITY: Do you want to look the young kids in the eye when his parents get a divorce? But if they're going to make bad choices, I'm not going to facilitate it, because I have a moral foundation that obviously you're lacking. How would you feel, you took a vow, love, honor, cherish, be faithful to, forsake all others, I assume?
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I have a special concern for the protection of young ladies." Hannity asked Moore about one of the accusers, Leigh Corfman, who said she was 14 while he was 32 at the time.
"If you abuse a 14-year-old girl, you shouldn't be a Senate candidate," Moore responded.
In other words, you might make money selling drugs, but I wouldn't want to contribute to somebody's death and demise. BIDERMAN: It's the same argument you can make and say, "Oh, divorce attorneys are profiting from divorce, and we should get rid of divorce attorneys." HANNITY: It's not the same thing. BILA: And just because you don't create something... BIDERMAN: They're going to be up for an Academy Award this year. BIDERMAN: It's not a good idea to stick your head in the sand either.
"I don't know Miss Corfman from anybody," Moore said. And there's your motto, "Life is short, have an affair." You think it's good for people to have affairs? And the reality is that in our society right now it would be a really unfortunate circumstance that the values of fidelity and loyalty and commitment were thrown under the bus. BILA: Well, the reality is that just because something exists in our society — yes, people do cheat. That doesn't mean that we should promote it or that we should create a platform for ourselves to sort of revere it. HANNITY: No, you're facilitating it — (CROSSTALK) BIDERMAN: — address it effectively. HANNITY: No, you're — and you're making money off it. BIDERMAN: That's not a crime in America, at least not that I'm aware of. HANNITY: I'm looking at your Web site and looking it right here. JEDEDIAH BILA, THE DAILY CALLER: I think that what immediately struck me about the videos was that marriage is treated as something that you want to rush out of, that you're miserable in, and the affair is treated as something wonderful and fulfilling. He's the founder, he's making money, he's proud of this. You may not alter or remove any trademark, copyright or other notice from copies of the content.There are plenty of negative things in our society that maybe we didn't create. What we should be teaching our children is that, when a couple has a problem in their relationship they should work together, fight through those obstacles. But they exist, and that doesn't mean that we should be elevating them to a stature. Not that they should, you know, run away and cheat and take some sort of easy way out. Euteneuer's e-Newsletter of March 16, he said: "We know that all chemical contraception actually causes abortions at the embryonic stage...." It was unfortunate that Fr.