'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Se...

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 190306 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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#89436 Mar 23, 2013
RandhasThePlan wrote:
<quoted text>
You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can fool Dimocrats every election!
Sign them up, line them up, and pay them to vote!
Isn't that how Obama won?
The Repub message of going back to the Bush years is how Obama won. Had the Repubs understood this the outcome may have been different the last TWO elections. Without understanding this point the future elections look the same from now on for the Grand OLD Party.
countrygirl

United States

#89437 Mar 23, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
the BIG 0 ...
definitely ...
DID NOT ...
hang the moon ...!!!
get over yourself ... boi ...
go wash your ass, and go to bed. this is your only outlet. ass been on here all dam day long
bet that ass is flat et.wide and stinky. spreading hate,doom et.
gloom.in et.out changing your name. old racist coward!
countrygirl

United States

#89438 Mar 23, 2013
Loving the POTUS, MY man.
wtf

Pikeville, KY

#89439 Mar 23, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
the BIG 0 ...
definitely ...
DID NOT ...
hang the moon ...!!!
get over yourself ... boi ...
The Big O is between your legs you ignorant pos.
RandhasThePlan

Clay City, KY

#89440 Mar 23, 2013
Hot C_2036 wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank God, they keep the red honking noses ans the big curly toed shoes.
Your "Political Insight" is lacking,

I think your analytical thought process is slacking,

Or you think life is just a game?

Hot C 2036...a fool by any other name is still the same eh?
countrygirl

Princeton, KY

#89441 Mar 23, 2013
RandhasThePlan wrote:
<quoted text>
Your "Political Insight" is lacking,
I think your analytical thought process is slacking,
Or you think life is just a game?
Hot C 2036...a fool by any other name is still the same eh?
Hot C, randhastheplan is this the lesbian?
keep it up

Campton, KY

#89445 Mar 23, 2013
I like your style
countrygirl wrote:
<quoted text>go wash your ass, and go to bed. this is your only outlet. ass been on here all dam day long
bet that ass is flat et.wide and stinky. spreading hate,doom et.
gloom.in et.out changing your name. old racist coward!
anonymout T

Netherlands

#89447 Mar 23, 2013
countrygirl wrote:
Loving the POTUS, MY man.
Your POTUS is an ignorant 1/2 breed racist laughing stock troll. The entire world is laughing at him. He is the king of teleprompters and empty words. You know this. You love him because he is 1/2 negro which means you are a racist.
You are ignorant. You have no life. You are a 1/2 breed racist troll that has been trolled by the laughing stock of the world. No one takes him serious. Israel is laughing at him. al Qaeda is laughing at him. North Korea is laughing at him. Russia is laughing at him. He is a joke and really funny jokes get laughed at. You are ignorant.
anonymout T

Norrköping, Sweden

#89448 Mar 23, 2013
countrygirl wrote:
<quoted text>go wash your ass, and go to bed. this is your only outlet. ass been on here all dam day long
bet that ass is flat et.wide and stinky. spreading hate,doom et.
gloom.in et.out changing your name. old racist coward!
A survey of voter profiles revealed that a significant majority of homosexuals, racists, takers and low intellect voters supported Barack Hussein O-negro. You are ignorant. You have no life to be on here posting to people you do not know that you love the laughing stock of the political world. Your president is a laughing stock and so are you. You are ignorant. Your president is ignorant. Everybody knows this. Only the smart ones admit it.
wtf

Pikeville, KY

#89449 Mar 23, 2013
anonymout T wrote:
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Your POTUS is an ignorant 1/2 breed racist laughing stock troll. The entire world is laughing at him. He is the king of teleprompters and empty words. You know this. You love him because he is 1/2 negro which means you are a racist.
You are ignorant. You have no life. You are a 1/2 breed racist troll that has been trolled by the laughing stock of the world. No one takes him serious. Israel is laughing at him. al Qaeda is laughing at him. North Korea is laughing at him. Russia is laughing at him. He is a joke and really funny jokes get laughed at. You are ignorant.
You are the one being laughed at you Faux News dips hit. Now repeat more BS talking points Stupid.
anonymout T

Kerteminde, Denmark

#89450 Mar 23, 2013
Israel laughs at Barack Hussein O-negro.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/03/20/israe...
anonymout T

Kerteminde, Denmark

#89451 Mar 23, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>You are the one being laughed at you Faux News dips hit. Now repeat more BS talking points Stupid.
You are extremely ignorant. People can laugh at us all they want. Nobody knows who we are. Everybody is laughing at Hussein O-negro and they know who he is. Laughing at someone you do not know is ignorant. You are ignorant. You are a racist troll.
anonymout T

Kerteminde, Denmark

#89452 Mar 23, 2013
You American liberals are too ignorant to feed your selfs. You have no intellect. You are in economic turmoil and you do not have the intellect to fix it. You are ignorant. You are racist 1/2 negro loving trolls that have been trolled by an expert troller. Europe is near economic disaster and you liberal Americans are laughing at yourself. You are extremely ignorant. Being too ignorant to know that you are ignorant is why you are in the crisis you are.
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#89454 Mar 23, 2013
How about the fact our wonderful present administration ,the VP ,now spending almost $ 1 million for two nights in Paris?Talk about misuse of funds?Even the French now laugh!!!It would seem the POTUS is the laughing stock of the Arab World,now the VP the European !!!

Yet none of the Love Obama here at home even understand!!
Hi Dont Tread

West Liberty, KY

#89456 Mar 23, 2013
You FRAUD wrote:
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Pretending to be 13 so you can talk dirty to men and women and to be so disrespectful, thinking no one would be mad at 13 year old, you pervert.
No 13 yr old will stay on adult forum. Who are you kidding psycho? You must be one sick individual. Get together with a 'countrygoat'. You two are same of a kind.
Jig is up creep!
Here you are again. If you could spell,you would know that the prev,means previous and not perve posts. I see you are up to your old habits talking to 13 year olds and your'e sure not the one to be scolding them about pervertisim. Shame Shame,your parole officer is now monitoring this thread.
Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#89458 Mar 23, 2013
Oh lQQkie, the anonyMOUTH is still confused what country it's in. Too funny:

Obama “completely conquers” Israel

“He’s completely conquered us,” said Israel’s new cabinet secretary ahead of the second state dinner in Obama’s honor in as many nights.“It’s been a wonderful trip.”

Many Israelis compared the president to a rock star. One boy who met him at a reception at the home of President Shimon Peres was filmed later telling friends,“He’s really tall. He’s handsome.” Jerusalemites seemed dazed by the proximity to such glamour.

Obama chose as the centerpiece of his visit one of the most extensive and probing presidential statements ever made on the nature of Israeli-American ties and on the possibilities, both hopeful and dire, that await Israel in its future.

The 45-minute speech was interrupted more than 15 times by a cheering audience made up of university students who had won their place in the convention center hall through raffles.

It was that message, that to secure its own future Israel has no choice but to pursue peace, and his exhortation to youth to lead their own politicians toward action that left the deepest impression.
Ahmad Tibi, an Israeli-Arab member of parliament, was moved to say on Israel Radio,“Honestly, when he discussed in detail the mosaic of Arab life under occupation — he is the first American president to do this. He described the suffering of Palestinians under Israeli rule. But there was nothing more moving for me than hearing the applause of those students every time Obama said,‘you must end occupation.’”

http://www.salon.com/2013/03/22/obama_complet...

Spin it all you want loser repuke lemmings. They LOVED him. Keep trying though.

DITCH MITCH
Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#89459 Mar 23, 2013
Just like here, the young people LOVED him:

Israeli Students Reflect on Obama’s

SpeechPresident Obama gave a fervent address to students from universities in Israel on Thursday during his first presidential trip to the country. Some of the students shared their views of the speech with The Times.

I came with no expectations. I thought we were going to hear the same old song, only this time from an excellent rhetorician. I wasn't entirely wrong, but I was definitely in for a big surprise. Instead of speaking as usual about the Israeli and Palestinian governments and what the leaders on both sides should or should not do, President Obama talked to me. He talked to my friends beside me. He talked to the young, motivated Middle Eastern students who wish to finish school, find a good job and start a family. It doesn't matter where these students are from, Ramallah or Tel Aviv. At the end of the day, we all want the same basic thing — to live our lives in peace and to prosper.

President Obama told us that the next chapter of our story as a nation is in our hands. "You — the young people of Israel — must now claim the future," he pleaded. He is right. Now, with a new Israeli government and with a strong American administration, more supportive than ever, we have to make the change. I call on my leaders: use this window of opportunity that is filled with renewed hope in the light of this inspiring speech. Listen to your people, to the young generation. Help us write a better future.

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/03/22...

Read the many comments and weep loser tools.

DITCH MITCH
Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#89460 Mar 23, 2013
Senate backs Keystone Pipeline in bipartisan vote

The Senate voted 62 to 37 Friday in favor of constructing the Keystone XL pipeline, the controversial project that would transport heavy crude oil from Hardisty, Alberta, to Gulf Coast’s refineries.

The bipartisan amendment to the Senate budget resolution, authored by Sens. John Hoeven (R-N.D.) and Max Baucus (D-Mont.), has no binding authority. But it shows the significant support the proposal enjoys on Capitol Hill, despite the fact that opponents argue its construction will accelerate global warming and could cause harmful oil spills on ecologically-sensitive habitat.

The 17 Democrats who voted yes included every single possibly vulnerable incumbent facing reelection next year, from 34-year veteran Baucus to first-term Sen. Mark Begich (Alaska).

Perhaps more importantly, Sen. Michael Bennet (Colo.), who chairs the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, voted for the resolution. Bennet is not up for re-election until 2016, but his post requires him to raise money from the wealthy liberal community that is highly opposed to the pipeline.

Additionally, a crop of Democrats who survived difficult reelections in 2012 — Sens. Bob Casey (Pa.), Joe Donnelly (Ind.), Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.), Claire McCaskill (Mo.), Bill Nelson (Fla.) and Jon Tester (Mont.)— all supported the GOP Keystone amendment.

“Budgets are about priorities and right now our number one priority needs to be creating jobs,” Baucus said in a statement.“Approving the Keystone Pipeline is the perfect opportunity to put Americans to work right now. American workers cannot afford to wait any longer for Keystone jobs, and there is absolutely no excuse for further delay.”

It is unclear how much the vote will influence President Obama, whose administration is still considering TransCanada’s permit application to cross the Canada-U.S. border. The State Department recently issued a draft environmental impact statement suggesting the oil sands would get developed even if Obama vetoed the permit, but environmentalists have challenged that analysis.

The department will have to finalize that assessment, and then determine whether the project serves the U.S. national interest, before the administration makes a final decision.

“Big Oil may have bought themselves this meaningless vote, but the decision on the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline remains where it’s been all along – with Secretary Kerry and President Obama,” said League of Conservation Voters president Gene Karpinski in a statement.“The Keystone XL tar sands pipeline is all risk and no reward, risking massive oil spills on American waterways so this company can ship oil to places like China.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-poli...

Float a few jobs, most would be foreign workers of the company, assault the environment, send oil to China. Yeah, right. I hope the President stands his ground. Let them tear up their own country to get oil to CHINA. Dumbass repukes, just don't get it. I am glad our President does and the people in those states.

DITCH MITCH
Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#89461 Mar 23, 2013
Donald Trump to Michelle Malkin:“You were born stupid!”

http://www.salon.com/2013/03/22/donald_trump_...

For once I agree with that combover, arrogant, pompous ass. I thought it was a requirement for fauxbox pundits. Those twits are as stupid as they come.

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Repukes

Vine Grove, KY

#89462 Mar 23, 2013
Ben Carson: Latest Republican Savior!

Remember way back to when Ted Cruz was the next savior of the Republican Party? That was, what, last week, right? And before that it was Marco Rubio, or Paul Ryan, or Bobby Jindal … and before that, before Sandy, it was going to be Chris Christie. And it’s not so long ago that Herman Cain was the next big thing. Or Michele Bachmann. Or, heaven help us, Newt Gingrich. And there’s always the Sage of Wasilla herself. That’s a lot of saviors over four years.

At any rate, forget all that: the new fantasy candidate for conservatives is Dr. Benjamin Carson, a neonatal surgeon, with no political experience, who achieved the status of dream presidential nominee by virtue of giving a good speech at the conservative conference CPAC last week. By late Thursday afternoon, he was explaining to CNN’s Jake Tapper the circumstances under which he’d consider a bid for the White House in 2016.

What does it say about a party that it would hear a single speech by a non-politician and start fantasizing about him as its next presidential candidate?

Beyond the particular electoral context, it’s yet another example of how the Republican Party, and conservatives in general, currently have an attraction to symbolism over substance, which is part of why they aren’t very good at governing. And that, even more than demographic changes or specific problems with issues, is the biggest problem facing conservatives.

After all, the biggest problem for Republicans right now is still the fact of the George W. Bush presidency: the disastrous war in Iraq, the Great Recession, and drowning the odd city or two, just for starters. And indeed a large part of why the Bush presidency went so wrong had to do with his inadequate preparation for the job. With just a bit over one term as the governor of a state with a weak-governor system, and with practically no other political experience at all, Bush just wasn’t able to handle the job. While it’s possible that new information unveiled in the future might change these conclusions, from what we know he was easily manipulated by those around him, and often passive and reactive when he should have been challenging his own people.

So while it’s almost certain that Republicans will move on from their latest flavor-of-the-month (and for all I know Carson might make a perfectly fine candidate for other office), the odds are good that they’ll continue to undervalue demonstrated political expertise, especially governing expertise, and overvalue symbolic virtues in their presidential candidates. Which increases the chances that when they do win the White House, we may be in for another failed presidency.

http://www.salon.com/2013/03/22/ben_carson_ne...

Repukes trying to fool the people with their token african american. At least he isn't a pizza man. Still won't fool anyone. Silly repuke lemmings.

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