'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

Oct 1, 2010 | Posted by: Top Mod2 | Full story: thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com

"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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OBAMIES ZOMBIES wrote:
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You don't get it don't you...YOU CAN WATCH SAME PLANE FOR HOURS AND HOURS AND HOURS ...
Your government have been experimenting on their citizens for years. Read, learn something ...
Maybe you don't have in your area ... in mine you see it all the time ...
Why is same plane doing in the sky going in every direction ...SAME PLANE, SAME PLANE ...GET IT???
The Government is experimenting on you. They have never encountered somebody as ignorant as you.

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Uncle Tab wrote:
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As I predicted.... Name calling!!
Was a very simple question, when does Bushs economy kick in????*snicker* they get all flustered at the truth.
No wonder republicans have candidates like Palin, Quayle, Bush, Romney.... All are pretty ignorant!!
Thanks for proving my point! You can go back to snorting pills now.
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!
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Secession beats Socialism wrote:
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Let me rephrase it then, you are a lieing cowardly dyke!
A "dyke" you're scared if and threatened with agun!

;) Hero!!

Stay in your keyboard where it's safe! Nine if them will think less of you but all know you're alllllll mouth!!
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Update, Feb. 11: Some readers wrote to us saying we should have made clear the difference between the federal deficit and the federal debt.

A deficit occurs when the government takes in less money than it spends in a given year.

The debt is the total amount the government owes at any given time. So the debt goes up in any given year by the amount of the deficit, or it decreases by the amount of any surplus.

The debt the government owes to the public decreased for a while under Clinton, but the debt was by no means erased.

http://www.factcheck.org/2008/02/the-budget-a...

"you" dwidiots ...
will FALL for anything !!!

and the problem IS ...
The dims KNOW IT and use it to THEIR advantage!!!!

Talk about "dumbed down" ...
Secession beats Socialism

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wtf wrote:
<quoted text>Get a education you conservaturd nit wit, just because your Family is ignorant does not mean you have to be.
I will bet everyone in his family knows how many states are in the Union, do you? For over a year, I have ask you and you can't tell me? Is it because you are stupid, yea I think thats it, STUPID!
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<quoted text>Noooooooooooo,,, you're not crazy. It's just the rest of Americans doesn't know the truth like you do. As a matter fact most that know the truth like you do are locked up in a mental hospital. I wonder if that's a conspiracy also by the government to stop the truth?
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?????
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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!
Hi Ari :)
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A "dyke" you're scared if and threatened with agun!
;) Hero!!
Stay in your keyboard where it's safe! Nine if them will think less of you but all know you're alllllll mouth!!
Bla bla bla, go get your dyke mullet cut, your lieing horse shit means nothing to me you fool.
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OBAMIES ZOMBIES wrote:
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You don't get it don't you...YOU CAN WATCH SAME PLANE FOR HOURS AND HOURS AND HOURS ...
Your government have been experimenting on their citizens for years. Read, learn something ...
Maybe you don't have in your area ... in mine you see it all the time ...
Why is same plane doing in the sky going in every direction ...SAME PLANE, SAME PLANE ...GET IT???
I believe if he/she didn't get "hooked on phonics", they surely will not get this logic. You see, they have an expansion problem, their brains have expanded to create a large head but the cells died off in the process.

It explains everything to me what happen to them.

lol
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<quoted text>The Government is experimenting on you. They have never encountered somebody as ignorant as you.
Right, you are proof what all of those experiments
will doo on your already dead brain cells ...
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OBAMIES ZOMBIES wrote:
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You don't get it don't you...YOU CAN WATCH SAME PLANE FOR HOURS AND HOURS AND HOURS ...
Your government have been experimenting on their citizens for years. Read, learn something ...
Maybe you don't have in your area ... in mine you see it all the time ...
Why is same plane doing in the sky going in every direction ...SAME PLANE, SAME PLANE ...GET IT???
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??
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American Lady wrote:
Update, Feb. 11: Some readers wrote to us saying we should have made clear the difference between the federal deficit and the federal debt.
A deficit occurs when the government takes in less money than it spends in a given year.
The debt is the total amount the government owes at any given time. So the debt goes up in any given year by the amount of the deficit, or it decreases by the amount of any surplus.
The debt the government owes to the public decreased for a while under Clinton, but the debt was by no means erased.
http://www.factcheck.org/2008/02/the-budget-a...
"you" dwidiots ...
will FALL for anything !!!
and the problem IS ...
The dims KNOW IT and use it to THEIR advantage!!!!
Talk about "dumbed down" ...
Hi AL, I got to go get some beer, give em hell till I get back!
wtf

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Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
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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!
W worst President in US History. Failures include:

911
No WMD's
No bin Laden
Iraq
Afghanistan
Scooter Libby High Treason
Shooter Gate
Katrina Disaster
Abu Ghraib
Blackwater Murders
Biggest Recession in History
TARP
Harriet Myers
$10 Billion Pakistan Mistake
$30 Billion GM Mistake
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Secession beats Socialism wrote:
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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.
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OBAMIES ZOMBIES wrote:
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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.
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Hi AL, I got to go get some beer, give em hell till I get back!
Hi "T" ...
Will DO ...
You be careful :)
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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.
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Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
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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

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Hi "T" ...
Will DO ...
You be careful :)
Thanks AL, I am not drinking and this county is wet 24/7 :)
wtf

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Secession beats Socialism wrote:
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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.

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