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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 259118 comments on the thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com story from Oct 1, 2010, titled 'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate. In it, thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com reports that:

"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).

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Hey

Knox City, TX

#68015 Dec 11, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Hey....HEY!!!!:)
Check this out ;0)
Too Much Fun by Daryle Singletary
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =MJz2OU7I2FkXX
MeThinks you'll "like" ... ;0)
Thanks AL..
Hey

Knox City, TX

#68017 Dec 12, 2012
Night Lady..

Since: Dec 11

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#68018 Dec 12, 2012
Would you test drive your dump truck...if you had to spend millions to fill the tank? They have a nuke...or the capability to make one.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-202_162-57558644/...

Since: Dec 11

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#68019 Dec 12, 2012

Since: Dec 11

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#68020 Dec 12, 2012
Let's follow the Rand Paul's idea!

http://video.foxnews.com/v/2029344117001/sen-...

Since: Dec 11

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#68021 Dec 12, 2012
GhostofRaygun

Rochester, KY

#68023 Dec 12, 2012
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
Hiding money from taxes has gotten worse since everyone learned about the ease of which Romney was able to do it. Looks like our lawmakers would put a stop to it.
You know we can argue all say about Repub vs Dem. But it's the actions of those in DC that prove the Republican Law makers are on the side of the Rich and their protection.
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98% of Republicans Twice Voted Against Cracking Down on Foreign Tax Haven Corporations. Republicans voted against a bill to create jobs with bipartisan provisions to spur investment in local rebuilding projects and a range of bipartisan proposals to help our small businesses grow, hire and continue to fuel our economy - including a provision to save American jobs by cracking down on foreign tax haven corporations that are using the U.S. tax treaty network to dodge U.S. taxes.
H.R. 4849
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97% of Republicans Voted Against Cracking Down on Offshore Accounts for Corporations and the Wealthy. Republicans voted against the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act, which makes it much harder for United States citizens and corporations to avoid taxes by hiding money in overseas bank accounts.
HIRE Act, H.R. 2847
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99% of Republicans Voted Against Cracking Down on Overseas Tax Havens. The bill provides the U.S. Treasury Department with significant new tools to find and prosecute U.S. individuals that hide from the Internal Revenue Service assets overseas in foreign tax havens, like Switzerland, Liechtenstein and some Caribbean countries.
H.R. 4213
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85% of Republicans Voted Twice to Protect a Tax Loophole for CEOs' Deferred Compensation Paid by Offshore Companies. Republicans voted against closing tax loopholes that allow hedge fund managers and corporate CEOs to use offshore tax havens to escape income tax on unlimited amounts of deferred compensation.[H.R. 4351
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88% of Republicans Voted to Protect Tax Benefits for American Expatriates who Renounce their Citizenship. Republicans voted against strengthening laws to ensure that certain wealthy taxpayers cannot renounce their U.S. citizenship or terminate their U.S. residence in order to avoid U.S. taxes.[H.R. 3056,

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#68024 Dec 12, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
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You're right, too. When lightening is ceiling to ground, there is no telling where it will go. The middle states had some horrendous thunder and lightening the other night. Someone was telling me it lit up the bedroom at night. When towers are hit, the volts go everywhere and even surge protectors are useless. I lost a microwave a couple years back, and my new flat screen monitor went black and had to buy a new one. My neighbor had a volt hit his roof, it went down the wall, out the electrical plug, through a magazine rack and into his recliner and burned a hole in it. So with all the electronics we have today, there truly is no way to protect it unless you totally unplug it from the sockets. Another incident, and this happened to someone and it was told to me. Kids were playing on a game on the floor under a ceiling fan that was running overhead. Lightening struck something outside and the fan wires were affected somehow and threw sparks all over the kids under it. Probably this is rare, but it goes to show you how electronics can be destroyed in a second.
Have a good night all you night owls, ttyl.
communications systems, and other heavy-duty industrial systems, for the purpose of protecting against electrical surges and spikes, including those caused by lightning.
double standard

Union City, TN

#68031 Dec 12, 2012
Is Sen. Lindsey Graham a closeted gay? Many people think so. A Republican Conservative in a southern state! Never been married and rumors of men leaving his home in the early morning hours have always persisted..

http://thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2012/12/12/1320...
KYMI

East Lansing, MI

#68032 Dec 12, 2012
GhostofRaygun wrote:
<quoted text>Hiding money from taxes has gotten worse since everyone learned about the ease of which Romney was able to do it. Looks like our lawmakers would put a stop to it.
You know we can argue all say about Repub vs Dem. But it's the actions of those in DC that prove the Republican Law makers are on the side of the Rich and their protection.
.
98% of Republicans Twice Voted Against Cracking Down on Foreign Tax Haven Corporations. Republicans voted against a bill to create jobs with bipartisan provisions to spur investment in local rebuilding projects and a range of bipartisan proposals to help our small businesses grow, hire and continue to fuel our economy - including a provision to save American jobs by cracking down on foreign tax haven corporations that are using the U.S. tax treaty network to dodge U.S. taxes.
H.R. 4849
.
97% of Republicans Voted Against Cracking Down on Offshore Accounts for Corporations and the Wealthy. Republicans voted against the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE) Act, which makes it much harder for United States citizens and corporations to avoid taxes by hiding money in overseas bank accounts.
HIRE Act, H.R. 2847
.
99% of Republicans Voted Against Cracking Down on Overseas Tax Havens. The bill provides the U.S. Treasury Department with significant new tools to find and prosecute U.S. individuals that hide from the Internal Revenue Service assets overseas in foreign tax havens, like Switzerland, Liechtenstein and some Caribbean countries.
H.R. 4213
.
85% of Republicans Voted Twice to Protect a Tax Loophole for CEOs' Deferred Compensation Paid by Offshore Companies. Republicans voted against closing tax loopholes that allow hedge fund managers and corporate CEOs to use offshore tax havens to escape income tax on unlimited amounts of deferred compensation.[H.R. 4351
.
88% of Republicans Voted to Protect Tax Benefits for American Expatriates who Renounce their Citizenship. Republicans voted against strengthening laws to ensure that certain wealthy taxpayers cannot renounce their U.S. citizenship or terminate their U.S. residence in order to avoid U.S. taxes.[H.R. 3056,
Send me your money you selfish left wing anti-American traitor, send it to me now you greedy person who has more than I do, send it to me, if you don't you prove the point you are a selfish self centered hypocrite,
KYMI

East Lansing, MI

#68033 Dec 12, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Michigan lawmaker[D]:'There will be blood'
As Michigan prepared to become the 24th right to work state in the country, State Rep. Doug Geiss took to Twitter with violent rhetoric, saying: ""We are going to undo 100 years of labor relations. And there will be blood. We will relive the Battle of the Overpass." The battle Mr. Geiss referenced involved a 1937 incident in which Ford Motor Co. security guards and members of organized labor came to blows.
Imagine if a state represenative who identified as a Tea Party member tweeted "there will be blood" in response to a legislative loss.
http://times247.com/articles/mich-state-rep-g...
Interesting that only that right wing propaganda machine Fox News tells this, CNN, MSLSD and the other more subtle news outlets don't say this, I wonder if either Fox is making this stuff up, or the left wingers are traitors to the American people, interesting situtation.
KYMI

East Lansing, MI

#68036 Dec 12, 2012
Here is a video of Hillary Clinton going to see Oblamer, she meets Joe Biden on the way, they meet Eric Holder, then, Susan Rice, what a coincidence they all met on the way to see olbamer,

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#68039 Dec 12, 2012
•It is notorious that we speak no more than half-truths in our ordinary conversation, and even a soliloquy is likely to be affected by the apprehension that walls have ears.

- Eric Robert Linklater

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#68040 Dec 12, 2012
To the Colonies of liberation...Washington state and
Colorado:
I say brave are thee that pour out the gold and keep the POT!:p
Rocky Mountain High is now a reality without legality!

Since: Dec 11

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#68042 Dec 12, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
To the Colonies of liberation...Washington state and
Colorado:
I say brave are thee that pour out the gold and keep the POT!:p
Rocky Mountain High is now a reality without legality!
HELLO Brother! How the heck are you?

Your absence is deafening here, send me a PM.
DMIAAW

Edmonton, KY

#68043 Dec 12, 2012
It just keeps getting better and better, doesn't it? lol Even the National news stations (who refuse to report on the terrorist act of 4 murdered Americans in Benghazi)had breaking news that...Mitch McConnell is the most hated politician. LMMFAO Millions of unemployed on Obama's watch with no relief in sight, a record number of Americans living at the poverty level on Obama's watch, a record number of Americans on food stamps yet the sheep love him long time all the way to the slaughter house. Nancy Pelosi lied to and ripped off every man, woman and child in America with her "you have to pass the bill to know how it will screw you over" statement. Harry Reid has refused for three years (going on four)to allow any bills he disagrees with to come to the Senate floor and a old senile fart that demands and commands more security for a outing to a museum than was allowed for the victims in Benghazi. Barney Frank who has ripped off the tax payers for years and is leaving office so as not to be prosecuted. Maxine Waters has been under investigation for ethics violations for years while friend Nancy Pelosi keeps putting the investigation on the back-burner. But Mitch McConnell is the most hated politician even though the people voting for that couldn't say why or bring up any specifics as to why they hate him. lol

The democrat hate machine is alive and well and squeaking all around us. You don't have to look any further than Michigan's back yard where all the sheep street squatters are demanding that all people believe their way or else!

No longer the land of the free but the land of morons. To add insult to injury...the French were right. Americans are the dumbest people to ever walk this earth.

Since: Dec 11

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#68047 Dec 12, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
•It is notorious that we speak no more than half-truths in our ordinary conversation, and even a soliloquy is likely to be affected by the apprehension that walls have ears.
- Eric Robert Linklater
Please note the "Union comment" :)



Bill was necked...said he flew up there!
GhostofRaygun

Rochester, KY

#68050 Dec 12, 2012
KYMI wrote:
<quoted text>
Send me your money you selfish left wing anti-American traitor, send it to me now you greedy person who has more than I do, send it to me, if you don't you prove the point you are a selfish self centered hypocrite,
Question # 1. Is the US in debt worse than any point in history? Question #2. Is the Federal Tax rates lower on the top wage earners then at in point in US history? Question #3. Did anyone in America get a 13% reduction on their tax rates other than the most rich that make a living off capital gains?
I rest my case on the matter but I'm sure you'll have some childish spin to it.
peace

Pikeville, KY

#68051 Dec 12, 2012
Peace
Some Random Dude

Santa Cruz, CA

#68053 Dec 12, 2012
GhostofRaygun wrote:
<quoted text>Question # 1. Is the US in debt worse than any point in history? Question #2. Is the Federal Tax rates lower on the top wage earners then at in point in US history? Question #3. Did anyone in America get a 13% reduction on their tax rates other than the most rich that make a living off capital gains?
I rest my case on the matter but I'm sure you'll have some childish spin to it.
Yes they will. Wait for it...

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