'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

"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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Uncle Tab

United States

#88714 Mar 20, 2013
American Lady wrote:
ha ha ha
didn't take you dweebs long to mark that one did it?
Words SPEAK for themselves ...
Remember ... ;0)
Lil judge it buttons are just like Trix...
... for kids ...
;0)
Said by the record holder in marking her own posts!

You are nothing but a Trick.

(Think about it..... Nevermind.... You're too stupid LOL)
Uncle Tab

United States

#88715 Mar 20, 2013
https://www.google.com/m/search...

Just a reminder of what the Republican Party of OLD and NO is going thru.

Thank You republicans for not paying attention to what your leaders are doing and splintering your party even more for 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020.... And on and on and on.

It just doesn't get any easier... Spell it out for them, lay it out in front of them, they're too dumb to catch on.
Uncle Tab

United States

#88716 Mar 20, 2013
No republicans want to come out and play today after the last three days of beatings you've taken??

That's funny.... Don't care who ya are.

Bahahahahahaha
Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#88717 Mar 20, 2013
Repukes brainwashed by their fauxbox pundits on the food tasters. They never learn. Hello? Fact check now and then and you would sound so ignorant, but nooooooooo you worship those repukebs.com and fauxbox as gospel truth. One of many reasons you lemmings keep losing elections. ha

Fox News Runs With ‘King Obama’ Royal Food-Taster Smear
by Tommy Christopher | 9:20 am, March 18th, 2013
Doesn’t every president always have a taste-tester? Surely not, because even if Tucker Carlson is just trying to pimp some blog post from his own partisan website, Fox News anchor Bret Baier just got done reporting that “The President has long been rumored to have someone who tastes all of his food,” and made no mention of past presidents having taken this precaution.
Except, of course, there has been reliable reporting that at least the last four white presidents used food tasters, including Ronald Reagan, and The New York Times even reported that George W. Bush had a team of them. Perhaps Tucker Carlson can be forgiven his partisan zeal, but there’s little excuse for Bret Baier’s failure to spend 30 seconds on The Google.
Carlson went on to revisit the “King Obama” theme several more times over the weekend, as is to be expected, but if Bret Baier values his hard news bona fides, he’ll take the first opportunity he can to correct his reporting. Carlson is entitled to his opinion, but Bret Baier has a duty to the facts.
Here’s Bret Baier’s report, followed by Carlson’s four other mentions of the story, from Fox News:
http://www.mediaite.com/columnists/fox-news-r...

White House Job Requires Good Taste
January 20, 1988|By Joe Murray, Lufkin Daily News
LUFKIN, TEXAS — Everybody probably knew it but me, that Ronald Reagan has a food taster.
http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/1988-01-2...

Walter Scheib, Former White House Chef for Clinton and Bush, Defends Presidential Food Tasters
As offensive and scandalous as the right-wing peanut gallery would like to make the episode appear, the tiniest bit of research would have revealed that Obama is hardly the first president to have his own taster. Though the Secret Service, understandably, doesn't like to talk about it, this Snopes summary shows that every president since at least Ronald Reagan has had one. A 2001 Times story refers to them as "Navy mess specialists who travel around the world with the president."
To Walter Scheib, who served as the White House executive chef from 1994 to 2005 under both Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, the president's use of a taster could not be less of a big deal.
http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2013/03/...

Reports on past presidents show that the Secret Service has intervened in some way before food was presented to the leader of the free world.
Former Secret Service agent Joseph Petro didn't go into much detail in his 2005 book about his career protecting presidents but did write,'In principle, nothing edible gets near the President unless we know where it comes from and who has handled it.'
Former President George H.W. Bush would frequently eat out in the Beltway and according to a Washington Post article in July 1990, he always brought his taster, bottled water and his own condiments to a restaurant.
The Post reported that on one occasion, Bush's Taster-in-Chief actually washed all the flatware and plates before the first couple ate.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-22939...

Food tasters work on behalf of the PresidentS
http://www.snopes.com/politics/obama/taster.a...

Uninformed repuke lemming tools. Priceless

DITCH MITCH
Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#88718 Mar 20, 2013
Graham calls for boots on the ground in Syria

Amid unconfirmed allegations of a chemical weapons attack in Syria, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., is demanding a plan to secure chemical weapon sites in the country - even if it means sending in U.S. troops, according to Foreign Policy

Graham expressed grave concerns about the prospect of "chemical weapons in Syria falling in the hands of extremists," and said in an interview with Foreign Policy today "Americans need to lead on this issue."

We need to come up with a plan to secure these weapons sites, either in conjunction with our partners [or] if nothing else by ourselves," Graham said. Asked about sending in U.S. troops toward that goal, he said, "absolutely."

According to the White House, it so far has produced "no evidence" to support the charge that rebel forces had used chemical weapons.

I am not going to discuss intelligence, but it is important that as fighting in Syria intensifies and the regime becomes more desperate, that the United States and the international community make absolutely clear to Assad that the use of chemical weapons would be totally unacceptable," Carney said. "The president was clear when he said that if Assad and those under his command make the mistake of using chemical weapons or fail to meet their obligations to secure them, then there will be consequences and they will be held accountable."

In a joint statement with Graham this afternoon, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said he was "extremely disturbed" by the reports of potential chemical weapon use in Syria, and urged Mr. Obama to "take immediate action to impose the consequences he has promised" if it turns out such attacks took place.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57575203/...

Amazing how the repukes haven't learned anything from the two BUSH WARS and are now ready to start another one over info they haven't even confirmed. Much like the WMD huh? Yet, if the President declared it these two would probably be all over it with every wannabe candidate there is. They didn't learn anything with those two Bush wars, did they? Bunch of idiots. Boots on the ground....yeah right. Keep the idiots talking and continue to vote for more DEMS. Repukes are their OWN worse enemy. Just too funny.

DITCH MITCH
Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#88719 Mar 20, 2013
Obama: The day after the attack, governor, I stood in the Rose Garden and I told the American people in the world that we are going to find out exactly what happened. That this was an act of terror and I also said that we’re going to hunt down those who committed this crime.…

Romney: You said in the Rose Garden the day after the attack, it was an act of terror. It was not a spontaneous demonstration, is that what you’re saying?

Obama: Please proceed governor.

Romney: I want to make sure we get that for the record because it took the president 14 days before he called the attack in Benghazi an act of terror.

Obama: Get the transcript.(I loved that response)

The transcript does show that Obama said in a Rose Garden speech on Sept. 12:“No acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation, alter that character, or eclipse the light of the values that we stand for.” That night, he said at a Las Vegas fundraiser:“No act of terror will dim the light of the values that we proudly shine on the rest of the world, and no act of violence will shake the resolve of the United States of America.” Obama employed the “act of terror” phrase a third time a day later at a campaign event in Colorado.

http://factcheck.org/2012/10/factchecking-the...

Keep stirring the fauxbox propaganda lemmings, it doesn't change the facts of the debate or the election of a TWO TERM PRESIDENT. I know it bothers you, suck it up.

DITCH MITCH
Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#88720 Mar 20, 2013
Somemore Clowns Party At Convention (CPAC) Misinformation (only the beginning)

Ted’s Twisted History
In Sen. Ted Cruz’s twisted vision of economic history, Ronald Reagan cured double-digit unemployment by cutting spending and reducing the federal debt, and Jimmy Carter was guilty of “out-of-control regulation.”

In the real world:
Total federal spending soared during Reagan’s deficit-plagued first term, and the national debt nearly doubled. His budget director later resigned and wrote a book criticizing Reagan’s failure to cut spending.

And Carter signed landmark bills freeing airline, railroad and trucking rates from federal regulation, easing regulation of natural gas prices and eliminating federal regulation of interest rates paid by banks to small savers.

But Cruz is simply wrong to claim that the “lesson from Reagan” was that “you reduce spending, you reduce the debt” to turn the economy around.

Reagan increased both. Historical budget figures from the Congressional Budget Office show that clearly.

Furthermore, as mentioned, Cruz errs badly when he attempts to blame Carter for “out-of-control regulation.” As mentioned, Carter signed numerous deregulation measures. One free-market-oriented commentator chose the occasion of Reagan’s 100th birthday to praise Carter, not Reagan, as “deregulation’s hero.” Thomas A. Firey, senior fellow as the Maryland Public Policy Institute, wrote:“It was the peanut farmer from Georgia who pushed the United States toward a market economy, not the one-time actor from California.”

If Cruz and his fans want to argue that the current budget mess is entirely Obama’s fault, they are entitled to that opinion. But claiming that Reagan cut spending and debt or that Carter was an “out-of-control” regulator is simply the exact opposite of historical fact.

http://factcheck.org/2013/03/teds-twisted-his...

DITCH MITCH
Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#88721 Mar 20, 2013
Cruz, Paul: A Menagerie of Misinformation

Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul got laughs at the federal government’s expense at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference, but the facts don’t jibe with the jokes.

Cruz and His Lizard Boots
Cruz, a Texas Republican, recycled a joke about lizard boots from last year’s campaign (at the 26:53 mark of the video). But in setting up his punch line, Cruz misstates the facts to fit his narrative about an out-of-control Environmental Protection Agency.

Cruz, March 16: We need to rein in the EPA. You know, in West Texas, the EPA is trying to use a lizard to shut down oil and gas production. You know my view of lizards? They make darn fine boots.
Cruz, a Texas Republican, recycled a joke about lizard boots from last year’s campaign (at the 26:53 mark of the video). But in setting up his punch line, Cruz misstates the facts to fit his narrative about an out-of-control Environmental Protection Agency.

Cruz told that same joke at a Feb. 1, 2012, candidate forum. The American-Statesman (of Austin, Texas) quoted Cruz at that forum as saying:“That’s our lizard, and they make darned fine boots.”

But here’s the problem: It’s simply not accurate anymore to say that a lizard is threatening oil production in West Texas.

Rand Paul: Monkeys on Meth

In his speech, Paul criticized President Obama for canceling White House tours in response to “sequester” budget cuts and instead offered examples of federal spending that should be cut first.(Obama since had said that he is open to resuming White House tours for student groups.)
Paul, March 14: So what I ask the president, if he wants to let the school children back in the White House, what about the $3 million that we spend studying monkeys on meth? Does it really take $3 million to discover that monkeys, like humans, act crazy on meth?

It’s an example the Kentucky Republican has used before, and it is a reliable laugh line, but he misrepresents the research.

One can argue whether it is worthwhile for the federal government to be studying the effects of addictive drugs on monkeys as a way to combat drug addiction for humans. But Paul misrepresents the study by describing it as simply trying to “discover that monkeys, like humans, act crazy on meth.”

http://factcheck.org/2013/03/cruz-paul-a-mena...

Palin’s Constitutional Stretch

Posted on March 19, 2013
At the Conservative Political Action Conference, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said that the Senate was “in violation of Article I, Section 9, Clause 7 of our U.S. Constitution” by failing to “pass a budget.” She’s referring to a budget resolution. But that constitutional clause doesn’t mention a budget or a budget resolution, which was not required of the Senate until the 1974 Congressional Budget Act. The responses to Palin’s interpretation from constitutional scholars ranged from “completely invalid” to “kind of a stretch.”
Palin made a similar claim in April 2012, but said it was the president who was in violation of the Constitution, not Congress.
http://factcheck.org/2013/03/palins-constitut...

Off to get ready for work. You repuke lemmings keep up the insanity, the rest of you, Uncle Tab, Pikeville WTF, countrygirl, worse, injudgement and the rest of the sane, living in the present Dem defenders, keep exposing them for the idiot teabagging repuke lemming tools they are. Great job. Be back later for some laughs. I know the socks won't let me down. Repukes haven't a CLUE. lmbo @ them and their socks!!!

DITCH MITCH
Uncle Tab

United States

#88722 Mar 20, 2013
Kinda blows that 'fair and balanced' BS right out the window doesn't it?? Any republican who lists ANY link with Fox in it is an idiot puppet and completely STUPID!!

Who was going on about tasters last night? Justine Dale? Same one crying the blues about the SCOTUS. They just don't get any dumber!

Fox makes you STUPID!

Great posts you've put up.

The truth will set you republicans free!!
Uncle Tab

United States

#88723 Mar 20, 2013
Why do republicans here run when these facts get out??

WOW Repukes!!

Those are amazing facts that the idiot republican masses seem to be lies to about.

Wonder why they are so easily misled??

Why are republicans so dumb??

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#88724 Mar 20, 2013
From Santorum to Rand Paul to Bachmann to Palin to Trump to Coulter to Gingrich to Scott Walker to Mitt Romney to Marco Rubio to Paul Ryan to Wayne LaPierre to Allen West etc., every year you remind all of America of why President Obama won in 2008 and again in 2012.

http://www.politicalshake.com/2013/03/16/cpac...

"If the GOP doesn’t start realizing they are becoming the shrinking minority of thought in this nation they will bury themselves in their own absurdity and absolute bigotry.
… and you know what?! Let them."
Uncle Tab

United States

#88725 Mar 20, 2013
Repukes wrote:
Cruz, Paul: A Menagerie of Misinformation
Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul got laughs at the federal government’s expense at the recent Conservative Political Action Conference, but the facts don’t jibe with the jokes.
Cruz and His Lizard Boots
Cruz, a Texas Republican, recycled a joke about lizard boots from last year’s campaign (at the 26:53 mark of the video). But in setting up his punch line, Cruz misstates the facts to fit his narrative about an out-of-control Environmental Protection Agency.
Cruz, March 16: We need to rein in the EPA. You know, in West Texas, the EPA is trying to use a lizard to shut down oil and gas production. You know my view of lizards? They make darn fine boots.
Cruz, a Texas Republican, recycled a joke about lizard boots from last year’s campaign (at the 26:53 mark of the video). But in setting up his punch line, Cruz misstates the facts to fit his narrative about an out-of-control Environmental Protection Agency.
Cruz told that same joke at a Feb. 1, 2012, candidate forum. The American-Statesman (of Austin, Texas) quoted Cruz at that forum as saying:“That’s our lizard, and they make darned fine boots.”
But here’s the problem: It’s simply not accurate anymore to say that a lizard is threatening oil production in West Texas.
Rand Paul: Monkeys on Meth
In his speech, Paul criticized President Obama for canceling White House tours in response to “sequester” budget cuts and instead offered examples of federal spending that should be cut first.(Obama since had said that he is open to resuming White House tours for student groups.)
Paul, March 14: So what I ask the president, if he wants to let the school children back in the White House, what about the $3 million that we spend studying monkeys on meth? Does it really take $3 million to discover that monkeys, like humans, act crazy on meth?
It’s an example the Kentucky Republican has used before, and it is a reliable laugh line, but he misrepresents the research.
One can argue whether it is worthwhile for the federal government to be studying the effects of addictive drugs on monkeys as a way to combat drug addiction for humans. But Paul misrepresents the study by describing it as simply trying to “discover that monkeys, like humans, act crazy on meth.”
http://factcheck.org/2013/03/cruz-paul-a-mena...
Palin’s Constitutional Stretch
Posted on March 19, 2013
At the Conservative Political Action Conference, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said that the Senate was “in violation of Article I, Section 9, Clause 7 of our U.S. Constitution” by failing to “pass a budget.” She’s referring to a budget resolution. But that constitutional clause doesn’t mention a budget or a budget resolution, which was not required of the Senate until the 1974 Congressional Budget Act. The responses to Palin’s interpretation from constitutional scholars ranged from “completely invalid” to “kind of a stretch.”
Palin made a similar claim in April 2012, but said it was the president who was in violation of the Constitution, not Congress.
http://factcheck.org/2013/03/palins-constitut...
Off to get ready for work. You repuke lemmings keep up the insanity, the rest of you, Uncle Tab, Pikeville WTF, countrygirl, worse, injudgement and the rest of the sane, living in the present Dem defenders, keep exposing them for the idiot teabagging repuke lemming tools they are. Great job. Be back later for some laughs. I know the socks won't let me down. Repukes haven't a CLUE. lmbo @ them and their socks!!!
DITCH MITCH
Have a great day and thanks for all the truth!!:-)
Uncle Tab

United States

#88726 Mar 20, 2013
I can only imagine all the tool republicans busting thief asses trying to find FalseNews rebuttles Repukes posted this morning.

Explains why none of you IDIOTS are copying and pasting!

LMMFAO@you uneducated dumbasses!!
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#88727 Mar 20, 2013
Seems the AP Post has had to backtrack on what they claim Rand Paul said about illegals and amnesty.This is just another joust between what the media says and what the real truth is.The media has shown now that they have repeatedly given out false info to further the false impression of what ever the Democrats want and then the truth of what the Repubs really are.You eat it up,don`t you?

What is happening is that the Republican Party is not being split,but is consolidating behind the Tea Party folks and the honest conservatives.The Repubs.have (as so long stated) been there,some too long same as Democrats and have not kept up with the true World.They will either change or have to go.Really this is encouraging because now it becomes more relevant that term limits would be good to move out dead wood.Both Parties!

Just a passing thought for you to consider.

Obama won,you may think you have won,but look out for the results!The give away,has to be paid for!
Taxes are going up.If unemployed goes up as a result of business not hiring,the economy will tank.f this happens,the stock market will drop,how far is the real question.

So,Obama won,we really are not too interested in his win or lose,what we are interested in ,is what he is doing.You might get this through your heads and sober up!
Uncle Tab

United States

#88728 Mar 20, 2013
ILoveitHere wrote:
From Santorum to Rand Paul to Bachmann to Palin to Trump to Coulter to Gingrich to Scott Walker to Mitt Romney to Marco Rubio to Paul Ryan to Wayne LaPierre to Allen West etc., every year you remind all of America of why President Obama won in 2008 and again in 2012.
http://www.politicalshake.com/2013/03/16/cpac...
"If the GOP doesn’t start realizing they are becoming the shrinking minority of thought in this nation they will bury themselves in their own absurdity and absolute bigotry.
… and you know what?! Let them."
Hiya Ms ILove.... That's a great site. Thanks for posting it. I bookmarked it lots of great info there.
Uncle Tab

United States

#88729 Mar 20, 2013
whitehair wrote:
Seems the AP Post has had to backtrack on what they claim Rand Paul said about illegals and amnesty.This is just another joust between what the media says and what the real truth is.The media has shown now that they have repeatedly given out false info to further the false impression of what ever the Democrats want and then the truth of what the Repubs really are.You eat it up,don`t you?
What is happening is that the Republican Party is not being split,but is consolidating behind the Tea Party folks and the honest conservatives.The Repubs.have (as so long stated) been there,some too long same as Democrats and have not kept up with the true World.They will either change or have to go.Really this is encouraging because now it becomes more relevant that term limits would be good to move out dead wood.Both Parties!
Just a passing thought for you to consider.
Obama won,you may think you have won,but look out for the results!The give away,has to be paid for!
Taxes are going up.If unemployed goes up as a result of business not hiring,the economy will tank.f this happens,the stock market will drop,how far is the real question.
So,Obama won,we really are not too interested in his win or lose,what we are interested in ,is what he is doing.You might get this through your heads and sober up!
On another board this morning, I read a post from you that backed Paul's new position, now you change your mind because it was reported wrong as you say?? Makes no sense at all flipflopper! Stick with something and own it.

Taxes need to go up. You're not smart about how an economy works. Taxes are like a raise for our country after being paid slum wages... Minimum wage are slum wages. The rich folks making the stock market set new records need to be taxes more. Not poor folks.

Republicans just don't understand the simple things. They cry "taxes cause job loss" that's just a lie. Clinton proved it. Best economy in years, ruined by a republican.

Stock Market UP
Home Sales UP
Jobs UP

And taxes are being given away to the rich. That's just stupid.
Ron Paul Republican 2016

Reno, NV

#88730 Mar 20, 2013
Barack Obama = Puppet of Israel
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#88731 Mar 20, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
On another board this morning, I read a post from you that backed Paul's new position, now you change your mind because it was reported wrong as you say?? Makes no sense at all flipflopper! Stick with something and own it.
Taxes need to go up. You're not smart about how an economy works. Taxes are like a raise for our country after being paid slum wages... Minimum wage are slum wages. The rich folks making the stock market set new records need to be taxes more. Not poor folks.
Republicans just don't understand the simple things. They cry "taxes cause job loss" that's just a lie. Clinton proved it. Best economy in years, ruined by a republican.
Stock Market UP
Home Sales UP
Jobs UP
And taxes are being given away to the rich. That's just stupid.
You are correct.The information given was where the lie was made.I should have known better than to believe this Democratic lying scene.Rand Paul corrected the AP Post and then we all can be behind his position which did not change.My error.

The rest of your post is where we differ.You may believe what you wish.My belief is to let the Country get to work on the projects of business,and we all would prosper more than the control of Obama allows.
Most of his Obama Care of 20,000 pages will fall on the poor and the middle class,as the rich will just ignore the whole thing.Yes,many will be included that could not as before,but the real problem is yet to be visible when it hits full fruition.

Taxes are not the problem,up to now.The real problem is the Obama Care and the controls on business.We differ in our perspectives but not on everything.
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#88732 Mar 20, 2013
You also misread my position.I did not back what was given as HIS new position.But I do back the position he has had and still does.Speaking of Rand Paul,that is.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#88733 Mar 20, 2013
whitehair wrote:
Seems the AP Post has had to backtrack on what they claim Rand Paul said about illegals and amnesty.This is just another joust between what the media says and what the real truth is.The media has shown now that they have repeatedly given out false info to further the false impression of what ever the Democrats want and then the truth of what the Repubs really are.You eat it up,don`t you?
What is happening is that the Republican Party is not being split,but is consolidating behind the Tea Party folks and the honest conservatives.The Repubs.have (as so long stated) been there,some too long same as Democrats and have not kept up with the true World.They will either change or have to go.Really this is encouraging because now it becomes more relevant that term limits would be good to move out dead wood.Both Parties!
Just a passing thought for you to consider.
Obama won,you may think you have won,but look out for the results!The give away,has to be paid for!
Taxes are going up.If unemployed goes up as a result of business not hiring,the economy will tank.f this happens,the stock market will drop,how far is the real question.
So,Obama won,we really are not too interested in his win or lose,what we are interested in ,is what he is doing.You might get this through your heads and sober up!
I always go back to 2008 when judging what Obama has done. You Repubs need to do the same.
Jan. 2008/2009
Job lost: 750,000 per month
Home defaults: Highest in history.
Stock Market: Third biggest lost ever. 60% of value in two days.
Car makers: Largest lost for one year in history.
Two Wars: Est. now cost of $4 Trillion when it's effects are all totaled.
Banks: Second worst failure rate in US history.
Economic Collapse: More Americans on food stamps because of it than anytime in history.
.
If any Repub can say NOW is worse than before Obama took office please post a list of his failures that are worse than 2008.

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