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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 265087 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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wtf

Lebanon, KY

#72615 Jan 7, 2013
Secession beats Socialism wrote:
<quoted text>
Bla bla bla, go get your dyke mullet cut, your lieing horse shit means nothing to me you fool.
You live in TN where the IQ's are low and education is non-existent.
wtf

Lebanon, KY

#72616 Jan 7, 2013
OBAMIES ZOMBIES wrote:
<quoted text>
Crazy as you are...believes that your government tells you everything and your government "WOULDN'T DOO ANYTHING TO HEART YOU" ...
Right ...
Naive, stupid or both ...
Do you ever watch documentary, science or history channels what your government is capable off?????
anything to "heart" you????

lmfao
lmfao
lmfao you stupid pos.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#72617 Jan 7, 2013
Secession beats Socialism wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi AL, I got to go get some beer, give em hell till I get back!
Hi "T" ...
Will DO ...
You be careful :)
wtf

Lebanon, KY

#72618 Jan 7, 2013
Secession beats Socialism wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi AL, I got to go get some beer, give em hell till I get back!
Get you some dentures while you are out hickturd.
Secession beats Socialism

Johnson City, TN

#72619 Jan 7, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
No name calling, just the facts:
Get some coffee or a soda...this will take a while to read!Democrats like to claim the 1990s were a golden age while the Bush years have been disastrous. Mr. Bush inherited a recession. The dot-com bubble had burst in 2000, and the economy was sinking even before the shock of 9/11, the corporate scandals and Sarbanes-Oxley. Mr. Bush's original tax-cut proposal was designed in part as insurance against such a downturn.
However, to win over Senate Democrats, Mr. Bush both phased in the tax rate reductions and settled for politically popular but economically feckless tax rebate checks. Those checks provided a short-term lift to consumer spending but no real boost to risk-taking or business investment, which was still recovering from the tech implosion. By late 2002, the economy was struggling again -- which is when Mr. Bush proposed his second round of tax cuts.
This time the tax rate reductions were immediate, and they included cuts in capital gains and dividends designed to spur business incentives. As the tax cuts became law in late May 2003, the recovery began in earnest. Growth averaged nearly 4% over the next three years, the jobless rate fell from 6.3% in June 2003 to 4.4% in October 2006, and real wages began to grow despite rising food and energy prices. The 2003 tax cut was the high point of Bush economic policy.
Mr. Bush's spending record is less admirable, especially during his first term. He indulged the majority Republicans on Capitol Hill, refusing to veto overspending and giving in to their demand that the Medicare prescription drug benefit include only modest market reforms. Even those reforms have helped to restrain drug costs, but now Democrats are set to repeal them and the main Bush legacy will be the new taxpayer liabilities.
Dubbya's biggest liability to the GOP was that he SPENT LIKE A LIBERAL!
That was good ARI, I'm afraid you wasted it on an idiot! I notice your location has changed? I know a guy from close to there!:)
Secession beats Socialism

Johnson City, TN

#72620 Jan 7, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi "T" ...
Will DO ...
You be careful :)
Thanks AL, I am not drinking and this county is wet 24/7 :)
wtf

Lebanon, KY

#72621 Jan 7, 2013
Secession beats Socialism wrote:
<quoted text>
That was good ARI, I'm afraid you wasted it on an idiot! I notice your location has changed? I know a guy from close to there!:)
Quit trying to perve him you gay hickturd.
Therealnews com

Garden City, NY

#72622 Jan 7, 2013
OBAMIES ZOMBIES wrote:
<quoted text>
You doo have very interesting links and good information...I wish there is more people to investigate and demand the truth from our media.
What about "human growth hormones" in milk?
Why is our kids so fat? What is "pink slime" in our
burger meat?
What happened to WIKILEAKS and Julian Assange ...I have so much printed information from this site and most, you can't find this days. U.S. don't want you to read WIKILEAKS ...you might find out the truth!
Greed trumps truth in this world.

I always go by one rule OBAMIES ZOMBIES my friend.

I always follow the money and it almost always leads me to what really goes on.

The national interest for Washington DC and the national interest of "WE THE PEOPLE" are two different things.

The Pentagon Papers proved we lost Vietnam five years before Nixon pulled us out.

ZOMBIE, what did "WE" win with the Korean War?

How about Iraq and Afghanistan?

All lost big time IMO except for the wealthy few who made Billions on it.

==========

The only thing new in the world is the history you don’t know.
Harry S. Truman

"The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists." J. Edgar Hoover

==========

J. Edgar Hoover Planned Mass Jailing in 1950
December 23, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/26s5jy
A newly declassified document shows that J. Edgar Hoover, the longtime director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, had a plan to suspend habeas corpus and imprison some 12,000 Americans he suspected of disloyalty.
Hoover sent his plan to the White House on July 7, 1950, 12 days after the Korean War began. It envisioned putting suspect Americans in military prisons.
Hoover wanted President Harry S. Truman to proclaim the mass arrests necessary to “protect the country against treason, espionage and sabotage.” The F.B.I would “apprehend all individuals potentially dangerous” to national security, Hoover’s proposal said. The arrests would be carried out under “a master warrant attached to a list of names” provided by the bureau.
The names were part of an index that Hoover had been compiling for years.“The index now contains approximately twelve thousand individuals, of which approximately ninety-seven per cent are citizens of the United States,” he wrote.
“In order to make effective these apprehensions, the proclamation suspends the Writ of Habeas Corpus,” it said.
Habeas corpus, the right to seek relief from illegal detention, has been a fundamental principle of law for seven centuries. The Bush administration’s decision to hold suspects for years at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, has made habeas corpus a contentious issue for Congress and the Supreme Court today.
The Constitution says habeas corpus shall not be suspended “unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion, the public safety may require it.” The plan proposed by Hoover, the head of the F.B.I. from 1924 to 1972, stretched that clause to include “threatened invasion” or “attack upon United States troops in legally occupied territory.”
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/23/washington/...

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The Martin Luther King, Jr. FBI File
http://vault.fbi.gov/Martin%20Luther%20King,%... .

The Martin Luther King, Jr. FBI File
http://www.lexisnexis.com/academic/upa_cis/gr...

John Lennon FBI File
http://vault.fbi.gov/john-winston-lennon

OBAMIES ZOMBIES

Van Nuys, CA

#72623 Jan 7, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
I have to bring up these people and instability..... This one stares at the sky all day long thinking she's looking at one airplane!!
It really doesn't get any easier than this!! THESE people are why we have Bush Quayle Palin Bachman Beck..... They're f'n NUTS!!
Hey sky dweller.... Since Clinton inherited Bush 1s great economy and Bush 2 got Clinton's terrible economy, when's does Bush 2s economy kick in??
Say it...my name is "Uncle Tab" and I'm BUSHaholic...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#72624 Jan 7, 2013
Secession beats Socialism wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks AL, I am not drinking and this county is wet 24/7 :)
k ...
Reality

Louisville, KY

#72625 Jan 7, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
I have to bring up these people and instability..... This one stares at the sky all day long thinking she's looking at one airplane!!
It really doesn't get any easier than this!! THESE people are why we have Bush Quayle Palin Bachman Beck..... They're f'n NUTS!!
Hey sky dweller.... Since Clinton inherited Bush 1s great economy and Bush 2 got Clinton's terrible economy, when's does Bush 2s economy kick in??
Hmmmm, is this where your knowledge is coming from...copying Obama, er excuse me Barak Hussein Obama staring at the teleprompter all day and forgets who he is supposed to thank, or that US has 50 states and not 57 states as he formed the words from his mouth or a shout out to all you "corpsemen" floating out in the deep blue sea or somewhere dead, or that Afghanistan's citizens speaks a different language than Iraqi citizens, or my favorite he quotes the Koran but having problems quoting passages of the Bible (remember, his words not mine, "I am a Christian" while quoting the Koran) is it????

People we are in trouble, deep, if the liberals are unable to see what is actually happening to America and what is floating around in their minds.
Really

Martin, TN

#72626 Jan 7, 2013
Do we really know the cost of George Bush's Wars?

The research findings thus far include:

The death toll of the wars, conservatively estimated, is approximately 300,000 individuals, uniformed and civilian, as a direct result of violence. More than 180,000 are civilians.
The armed conflicts in Pakistan and Yemen have taken more lives than the conflict in Afghanistan.
Indirect deaths from the wars, including those related to malnutrition, damaged health infrastructure, and environmental degradation, may far outnumber deaths from combat. While these deaths are difficult to count due to factors such as lack of comparable baseline mortality figures, a reasonable estimate is a ratio of four indirect deaths to one direct death in contemporary conflicts. This would put the death toll at more than 1 million.
Millions of people have been displaced indefinitely and are living in grossly inadequate conditions. As of March 2012, the number of war refugees and displaced persons — 7.4 million — is equivalent to all of the people of Connecticut and Oregon fleeing their homes.
The wars have been accompanied by erosion's in civil liberties at home and human rights violations abroad.
Some costs of the wars will not peak until mid-century. Many of the wars’ costs are invisible to Americans, buried in a variety of budgets, and so have not been counted or assessed. For example, while most people think the Pentagon war appropriations are equivalent to the wars’ budgetary costs, the true numbers are twice that, and the full economic cost of the wars much larger yet. The war bills already paid and obligated to be paid by the U.S. federal government as of fiscal year 2012 are $3.7 trillion in constant dollars. Interest on the debt incurred for the war is estimated by one reasonable scenario at another $1 trillion by 2020.
As with former U.S. wars, the costs of paying for veterans’ care into the future will be a sizable portion of the full costs of the war.
More than 6,500 U.S. soldiers have died in the wars, and levels of injury and illness among those who have returned are startling, with a quarter- million disability claims filed with the Veterans Administration. Many deaths and injuries among U.S.contractors have not been identified.
The ripple effects on the U.S. economy have also been significant, including job loss and interest rate increases, and those effects have been underappreciated.
While it was promised that the U.S. invasions would bring democracy to Afghanistan and Iraq, both continue to rank low in global rankings of political freedom, with warlords wielding power in Afghanistan with U.S. support, and Iraqi communities more segregated today than before by gender and ethnicity as a result of the war.
OBAMIES ZOMBIES

Van Nuys, CA

#72627 Jan 7, 2013
Therealnews com wrote:
<quoted text>
Greed trumps truth in this world.
I always go by one rule OBAMIES ZOMBIES my friend.
I always follow the money and it almost always leads me to what really goes on.
The national interest for Washington DC and the national interest of "WE THE PEOPLE" are two different things.
The Pentagon Papers proved we lost Vietnam five years before Nixon pulled us out.
ZOMBIE, what did "WE" win with the Korean War?
How about Iraq and Afghanistan?
All lost big time IMO except for the wealthy few who made Billions on it.
==========
The only thing new in the world is the history you don’t know.
Harry S. Truman
"The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists." J. Edgar Hoover
==========
J. Edgar Hoover Planned Mass Jailing in 1950
December 23, 2007 http://tinyurl.com/26s5jy
A newly declassified document shows that J. Edgar Hoover, the longtime director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, had a plan to suspend habeas corpus and imprison some 12,000 Americans he suspected of disloyalty.
Hoover sent his plan to the White House on July 7, 1950, 12 days after the Korean War began. It envisioned putting suspect Americans in military prisons.
Hoover wanted President Harry S. Truman to proclaim the mass arrests necessary to “protect the country against treason, espionage and sabotage.” The F.B.I would “apprehend all individuals potentially dangerous” to national security, Hoover’s proposal said. The arrests would be carried out under “a master warrant attached to a list of names” provided by the bureau.
The names were part of an index that Hoover had been compiling for years.“The index now contains approximately twelve thousand individuals, of which approximately ninety-seven per cent are citizens of the United States,” he wrote.
“In order to make effective these apprehensions, the proclamation suspends the Writ of Habeas Corpus,” it said.
Habeas corpus, the right to seek relief from illegal detention, has been a fundamental principle of law for seven centuries. The Bush administration’s decision to hold suspects for years at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, has made habeas corpus a contentious issue for Congress and the Supreme Court today.
The Constitution says habeas corpus shall not be suspended “unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion, the public safety may require it.” The plan proposed by Hoover, the head of the F.B.I. from 1924 to 1972, stretched that clause to include “threatened invasion” or “attack upon United States troops in legally occupied territory.”
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/23/washington/...
-----
The Martin Luther King, Jr. FBI File
http://vault.fbi.gov/Martin%20Luther%20King,%... .
The Martin Luther King, Jr. FBI File
http://www.lexisnexis.com/academic/upa_cis/gr...
John Lennon FBI File
http://vault.fbi.gov/john-winston-lennon
Thank you "Therealnews"...my friend ...
People think that your government will tell you everything ...right!

FBI have files on their citizens...maybe on me too.
I have been writing to White House ...

My neighbor writes to local paper and not happy what is going on this days...Secret Service came twice and took his computer, cell phones etc.

Intimidation ...?????

He keeps writing and complaining about our government ...

Again, thank you!
wtf

Lebanon, KY

#72628 Jan 7, 2013
OBAMIES ZOMBIES wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you "Therealnews"...my friend ...
People think that your government will tell you everything ...right!
FBI have files on their citizens...maybe on me too.
I have been writing to White House ...
My neighbor writes to local paper and not happy what is going on this days...Secret Service came twice and took his computer, cell phones etc.
Intimidation ...?????
He keeps writing and complaining about our government ...
Again, thank you!
Did they "heart" you?

lmfao
Secession beats Socialism

Johnson City, TN

#72630 Jan 7, 2013
Really wrote:
Do we really know the cost of George Bush's Wars?
The research findings thus far include:
The death toll of the wars, conservatively estimated, is approximately 300,000 individuals, uniformed and civilian, as a direct result of violence. More than 180,000 are civilians.
The armed conflicts in Pakistan and Yemen have taken more lives than the conflict in Afghanistan.
Indirect deaths from the wars, including those related to malnutrition, damaged health infrastructure, and environmental degradation, may far outnumber deaths from combat. While these deaths are difficult to count due to factors such as lack of comparable baseline mortality figures, a reasonable estimate is a ratio of four indirect deaths to one direct death in contemporary conflicts. This would put the death toll at more than 1 million.
Millions of people have been displaced indefinitely and are living in grossly inadequate conditions. As of March 2012, the number of war refugees and displaced persons — 7.4 million — is equivalent to all of the people of Connecticut and Oregon fleeing their homes.
The wars have been accompanied by erosion's in civil liberties at home and human rights violations abroad.
Some costs of the wars will not peak until mid-century. Many of the wars’ costs are invisible to Americans, buried in a variety of budgets, and so have not been counted or assessed. For example, while most people think the Pentagon war appropriations are equivalent to the wars’ budgetary costs, the true numbers are twice that, and the full economic cost of the wars much larger yet. The war bills already paid and obligated to be paid by the U.S. federal government as of fiscal year 2012 are $3.7 trillion in constant dollars. Interest on the debt incurred for the war is estimated by one reasonable scenario at another $1 trillion by 2020.
As with former U.S. wars, the costs of paying for veterans’ care into the future will be a sizable portion of the full costs of the war.
More than 6,500 U.S. soldiers have died in the wars, and levels of injury and illness among those who have returned are startling, with a quarter- million disability claims filed with the Veterans Administration. Many deaths and injuries among U.S.contractors have not been identified.
The ripple effects on the U.S. economy have also been significant, including job loss and interest rate increases, and those effects have been underappreciated.
While it was promised that the U.S. invasions would bring democracy to Afghanistan and Iraq, both continue to rank low in global rankings of political freedom, with warlords wielding power in Afghanistan with U.S. support, and Iraqi communities more segregated today than before by gender and ethnicity as a result of the war.
What about Lyndon B Johnsons war and the 50+ 000 who died? Dem's never talk about that I notice! What did that war acomplish?
American Lady

Danville, KY

#72631 Jan 7, 2013
"LET FREEDOM RING"


My Country Tis of Thee
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

My country,'tis of thee,
Sweet land of liberty,
Of thee I sing;
Land where my fathers died,
Land of the pilgrims' pride,
From ev'ry mountainside
Let freedom ring!

2
My native country, thee,
Land of the noble free,
Thy name I love;
I love thy rocks and rills,
Thy woods and templed hills;
My heart with rapture thrills,
Like that above.

3
Let music swell the breeze,
And ring from all the trees
Sweet freedom's song;
Let mortal tongues awake;
Let all that breathe partake;
Let rocks their silence break,
The sound prolong.

4
Our fathers' God to Thee,
Author of liberty,
To Thee we sing.
Long may our land be bright,
With freedom's holy light,
Protect us by Thy might,
Great God our King.
Additional verse to celebrate Washington's Centennial

5
Our joyful hearts today,
Their grateful tribute pay,
Happy and free,
After our toils and fears,
After our blood and tears,
Strong with our hundred years,
O God, to Thee.
Additional verses by Henry van Dyke

6
We love thine inland seas,
Thy groves and giant trees,
Thy rolling plains;
Thy rivers' mighty sweep,
Thy mystic canyons deep,
Thy mountains wild and steep,--
All thy domains.

7
Thy silver Eastern strands,
Thy Golden Gate that stands
Fronting the West;
Thy flowery Southland fair,
Thy North's sweet, crystal air:
O Land beyond compare,
We love thee best!
Additional Abolitionist verses, 1843, A. G. Duncan

8
My country,'tis of thee,
Stronghold of slavery, of thee I sing;
Land where my fathers died,
Where men man’s rights deride,
From every mountainside thy deeds shall ring!

9
My native country, thee,
Where all men are born free, if white’s their skin;
I love thy hills and dales,
Thy mounts and pleasant vales;
But hate thy negro sales, as foulest sin.

10
Let wailing swell the breeze,
And ring from all the trees the black man’s wrong;
Let every tongue awake;
Let bond and free partake;
Let rocks their silence break, the sound prolong.
11
Our father’s God! to thee,
Author of Liberty, to thee we sing;
Soon may our land be bright,
With holy freedom’s right,
Protect us by thy might, Great God, our King.

12
It comes, the joyful day,
When tyranny’s proud sway, stern as the grave,
Shall to the ground be hurl’d,
And freedom’s flag, unfurl’d,
Shall wave throughout the world, O’er every slave.

13
Trump of glad jubilee!
Echo o’er land and sea freedom for all.
Let the glad tidings fly,
And every tribe reply,
“Glory to God on high,” at Slavery’s fall
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Country,_ 'Tis_of_Thee
American Lady

Danville, KY

#72633 Jan 7, 2013
John Wayne and the Pledge of Allegiance
American Lady

Danville, KY

#72634 Jan 7, 2013
**********

"I pledge allegiance to the flag
of the United States of America,
and to the republic
for which it stands,
one nation
under God,
indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all."
**********

FREEDOM of Choice ... <3
Secession beats Socialism

Johnson City, TN

#72635 Jan 7, 2013


What John Wayne thought of liberals!
Therealnews com

Garden City, NY

#72636 Jan 7, 2013
OBAMIES ZOMBIES wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you "Therealnews"...my friend ...
People think that your government will tell you everything ...right!
FBI have files on their citizens...maybe on me too.
I have been writing to White House ...
My neighbor writes to local paper and not happy what is going on this days...Secret Service came twice and took his computer, cell phones etc.
Intimidation ...?????
He keeps writing and complaining about our government ...
Again, thank you!
It is not funny and I am laughing right now, BUT, our government is just like Russia, China, and Cuba who spy's on all their citizenry.

Very Sad, But Very True!

========

VERIZON & AT&T SPY ON ALL THEIR CUSTOMERS
Telecom Whistleblower Discovers Circuit that Allows Access to All Systems on Wireless Carrier—Phone Calls, Text Messages, Emails and More / April 10, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/4u8nla
Babak Pasdar is a computer security expert who was hired in 2003 to help restructure the tech infrastructure at a major wireless telecommunications company. What he found shocked him. The company had set up a system that gave a third party, presumably a governmental entity, access to every communication coming through that company’s infrastructure. This means every email, internet use, document transmission, video, text message, as well as the ability to listen to and record any phone call.
http://www.democracynow.org/2008/4/10/telecom...

Spy Agency Sought U.S. Call Records Before 9/11, Lawyers Say
http://tinyurl.com/egle8 June 30
(Bloomberg)-- The U.S. National Security Agency asked AT&T Inc. to help it set up a domestic call monitoring site seven months before the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, lawyers claimed June 23 in court papers filed in New York federal court.

The allegation is part of a court filing adding AT&T, the nation's largest telephone company, as a defendant in a breach of privacy case filed earlier this month on behalf of Verizon Communications Inc. and BellSouth Corp. customers. The suit alleges that the three carriers, the NSA and President George W. Bush violated the Telecommunications Act of 1934 and the U.S. Constitution, and seeks money damages.

``The Bush Administration asserted this became necessary after 9/11,'' plaintiff's lawyer Carl Mayer said in a telephone interview.``This undermines that assertion.''
The lawsuit is related to an alleged NSA program to record and store data on calls placed by subscribers. More than 30 suits have been filed over claims that the carriers, the three biggest U.S. telephone companies, violated the privacy rights of their customers by cooperating with the NSA in an effort to track alleged terrorists.
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news...

Whistleblower Mark Klein
Mark Klein alleges that AT&T cooperated with the National Security Agency in 2003 to install equipment capable of eavesdropping on the public's e-mail messages and other Internet traffic. He worked for AT&T as a technician for over 22 years, first in New York and then in California, before leaving the company in 2004
http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/307/mark-klein.h...

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