'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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Repubs wanted to get this done ASAP, they know their uneducated masses have no attention spans.... So they can feed them some other issue when it comes to the elections in 2014 and 2016 while trying to sweep this under the rug.
Simple minded idiots!
That they are. These repukes are all lemmings.
Senate rejects expanded gun background checks

Nugent: New gun laws won't stop deaths
Rubio:'We have a violence problem'
"Instead of supporting this compromise, the gun lobby and its allies willfully lied about the bill," Obama told White House reporters.
Noting polls that showed 90% support for such a measure, Obama called it a "pretty shameful day for Washington" and wondered of Congress: "Who are we here to represent?"
He was flanked by relatives of gun violence victims as well as former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, a gun owner who was disabled in a shooting attack and supported Obama's proposals.
A statement by Giffords and her husband, former astronaut Mark Kelly, said the Senate had "ignored the will of the American people," adding that those senators who voted against the expanded background checks chose to "obey the leaders of the powerful corporate gun lobby, instead of their constituents."
To Erica Lafferty, the daughter of the principal of the Newtown, Connecticut, school who was killed along with 20 first-graders and five other educators in the December attack, the vote amounted to inaction in the face of a national tragedy.
"The next time there's a mass shooting and they're asked what they did to prevent it, they're going to have to say nothing," she said.
On the other side, the NRA's Chris Cox called the expanded background check proposal "misguided," saying it would not reduce violent crime "or keep our kids safe in their schools."
..two women in the gallery of spectators shouted "shame on you" at the senators.
"They are an embarrassment to this country that they don't have any compassion or care for people who have been taken brutally from their families," said one of them, Patricia Maisch, who grabbed the gun magazine from the attacker who shot Giffords and several other people in Tucson in January 2011.
On the proposal by Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California to update a 1994 ban on semi-automatic weapons that expired in 2004, the vote was 40-60, showing opposition by several Democrats as well as the chamber's Republican minority.
In recent weeks, he and the White House focused their efforts on winning support for the Manchin-Toomey compromise.
However, the NRA promised political retribution against supporters of tougher gun laws, and it called the expanded background checks a first step toward a national gun registry and government confiscation of firearms.
Obama called that claim misinformation, noting the Manchin-Toomey proposal prohibited such a registry. He said the tactics of the NRA galvanized a vocal minority of gun owners against the legislation, which caused some senators to flinch.
"They worried that the gun lobby would spend a lot of money and paint them as anti-Second Amendment," Obama said. "And obviously a lot of Republicans had that fear, but Democrats had that fear, too. And so they caved to the pressure. And they started looking for an excuse, any excuse to vote 'no.'"
Reid earlier warned Republicans that the strong majority of Americans who support expanded background checks won't forget votes against the Manchin-Toomey compromise.
"The American people ... have a long, long memory," he said.
http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/17/politics/senate...
I guess that has been rocker nutjob Ted is their mascot
like Sen Reid said..."The American people ... have a long, long memory,"
and they won't forget come 2014/2016, thanks for the DEM votes repukes.
Starting with KY's repukes ignoring the 90%:
Mitch McConnell
Republican
Kentucky
No
Rand Paul
Republican
Kentucky
No
DITCH MITCH and the party of no/teabaggers!!
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Repubs wanted to get this done ASAP, they know their uneducated masses have no attention spans.... So they can feed them some other issue when it comes to the elections in 2014 and 2016 while trying to sweep this under the rug.
Simple minded idiots!
Give it up! They voted as the people out here want! Just what good will a background check do if the Mother buys the gun for the mentally disabled son? How could they keep control of the guns already out here? What else was in the Bill that none know of?
You guys have already begun to kill the messenger before the message arrives!
American Lady

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They never arrested anyone. They questioned someone and released him.
The WND spin for you idiots, someone was arrested but released to al Qaida to get you stool pigeons all worked up.
Amazing how stupid you people are
I SAID from the get go ...
Held for questioning!

A POI person of interest ...
NOT a suspect!

NOT "arrested" ...

LQQk back and SEE!... dumchit!
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NEW LAW PROTECTS 2ND AMENDMENT FROM FEDS
Bills 'nullifying' Washington overreach gaining momentum across the country

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Uncle Tab wrote:
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Repubs wanted to get this done ASAP, they know their uneducated masses have no attention spans.... So they can feed them some other issue when it comes to the elections in 2014 and 2016 while trying to sweep this under the rug.
Simple minded idiots!
Simple minded indeed.

Senate rejects expanded gun background checks

The risky politics of gun control

Nugent: New gun laws won't stop deaths
Rubio:'We have a violence problem'

"Instead of supporting this compromise, the gun lobby and its allies willfully lied about the bill," Obama told White House reporters.

Noting polls that showed 90% support for such a measure, Obama called it a "pretty shameful day for Washington" and wondered of Congress: "Who are we here to represent?"

He was flanked by relatives of gun violence victims as well as former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, a gun owner who was disabled in a shooting attack and supported Obama's proposals.

A statement by Giffords and her husband, former astronaut Mark Kelly, said the Senate had "ignored the will of the American people," adding that those senators who voted against the expanded background checks chose to "obey the leaders of the powerful corporate gun lobby, instead of their constituents."

To Erica Lafferty, the daughter of the principal of the Newtown, Connecticut, school who was killed along with 20 first-graders and five other educators in the December attack, the vote amounted to inaction in the face of a national tragedy.

"The next time there's a mass shooting and they're asked what they did to prevent it, they're going to have to say nothing," she said.

two women in the gallery of spectators shouted "shame on you" at the senators.

"They are an embarrassment to this country that they don't have any compassion or care for people who have been taken brutally from their families," said one of them, Patricia Maisch, who grabbed the gun magazine from the attacker who shot Giffords and several other people in Tucson in January 2011.

On the proposal by Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California to update a 1994 ban on semi-automatic weapons that expired in 2004, the vote was 40-60, showing opposition by several Democrats as well as the chamber's Republican minority.

Obama had pushed for Congress to include both the expanded background checks provision and the weapons ban in any gun package. In recent weeks, he and the White House focused their efforts on winning support for the Manchin-Toomey compromise.
However, the NRA promised political retribution against supporters of tougher gun laws, and it called the expanded background checks a first step toward a national gun registry and government confiscation of firearms.

Obama called that claim misinformation, noting the Manchin-Toomey proposal prohibited such a registry. He said the tactics of the NRA galvanized a vocal minority of gun owners against the legislation, which caused some senators to flinch.

"They worried that the gun lobby would spend a lot of money and paint them as anti-Second Amendment," Obama said. "And obviously a lot of Republicans had that fear, but Democrats had that fear, too. And so they caved to the pressure. And they started looking for an excuse, any excuse to vote 'no.'"

Reid earlier warned Republicans that the strong majority of Americans who support expanded background checks won't forget votes against the Manchin-Toomey compromise.

"The American people ... have a long, long memory," he said.
Read more:

http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/17/politics/senate...

I guess that has been rocker nutjob Ted is their mascot...
"The American people ... have a long, long memory,"
and they won't forget come 2014/2016, thanks for the DEM votes repukes.

DITCH MITCH and the party of no/teabaggers!!
American Lady

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They never arrested anyone. They questioned someone and released him.
The WND spin for you idiots, someone was arrested but released to al Qaida to get you stool pigeons all worked up.
Amazing how stupid you people are
WHEN are you DAMN "morons" gonna WAKE THE HELL UP ...???
NOT until they come KNOCKING on ya doors ...

EVIDENTLY!

:~@

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Repubs wanted to get this done ASAP, they know their uneducated masses have no attention spans.... So they can feed them some other issue when it comes to the elections in 2014 and 2016 while trying to sweep this under the rug.
Simple minded idiots!
Tell us your level of education and your GPA (at least 1 year) I'll wager my education is above and beyond, as well as my GPA!
My "Internet education and GPA are good enough for any Ivy league school (MIT sound like a crap school?).
Tired of your 3rd grader $#it and boasting.
Anyone can tell from my posts, where I stand...you? another matter altogether!
Brown University, Princeton, Stanford, Columbia University to name a few! You are an unqualified Internet bigmouth, talking trash without knowledge.
Not everyone is as ignorant as YOU are!
Uncle Tab

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Give it up! They voted as the people out here want! Just what good will a background check do if the Mother buys the gun for the mentally disabled son? How could they keep control of the guns already out here? What else was in the Bill that none know of?
You guys have already begun to kill the messenger before the message arrives!
This is an election killer!! If you don't realize it, which I'm betting you don't, then you truly are the perfect republican.

Majority of the country wants gun control. Majority rules..... Your party is done.
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2 Explosions in Waco TX
Fertilizer plant!
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WEST, TX
near Waco!
American Lady

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Explosion at Waco fertilizer plant, injuries reported

The explosion is believed to have originated at a fertilizer plant in West, TX.(Source: DFW Scanner)

http://www.wflx.com/story/22007911/explosion-...

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WHEN are you DAMN "morons" gonna WAKE THE HELL UP ...???
NOT until they come KNOCKING on ya doors ...
EVIDENTLY!
:~@
You need to be afraid. Be very very very afraid.
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Knock Knock. It's Obama.
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Gabby Gifford and Newtown parents will be doing many campaign commercials for the elections.

That's a game changer folks!

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Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
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1. Criminals don't stand in line to fill out background check forms!
2. Criminals will never be affected by the background checks and or registration!
These Republicans will be lauded as heroes for upholding the United States Constitution.
Go for the Mental Health angle, that needs fixed!
T
After the Columbine shootings in 1999, the NRAs Wayne LaPierre expressed support for closing the gun show loophole.

We think it is reasonable to provide mandatory, instant criminal background checks, LaPierre said in testimony before Congress in 1999.

In June of that same year, the NRA also took out an ad supporting background checks at gun shows:

The message of the NRAs 1999 campaign was Be Reasonable, and the organization bought ads in top newspapers, including USA Today, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal, to make its case.

We believe its reasonable to provide for instant background checks at gun shows, just like gun stores and pawn shops, the USA Today ad reads.

Weve always supported instant background checks, LaPierre said at a Friends of NRA event in May 1999.
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<quoted text>You need to be afraid. Be very very very afraid.
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Knock Knock. It's Obama.
I'm NOT afraid bub ...
you will be
when ya "messiah"
TURNS on u!
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I SAID from the get go ...
Held for questioning!
A POI person of interest ...
NOT a suspect!
NOT "arrested" ...
LQQk back and SEE!... dumchit!
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NEW LAW PROTECTS 2ND AMENDMENT FROM FEDS
Bills 'nullifying' Washington overreach gaining momentum across the country
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/04/new-law-protects-2...
You went on and in about how WND gets the stories no one else gets.... But ok, you didn't mention anything about Afghanistan, and someone over there

LMAO

DUMBASS!!
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Republican Retard Club wrote:
ALL YOUR FAVORITES FROM FOX NEWS & TEABAGISTAN
TOGETHER AT LAST IN AMERICA'S #1 HALF-WIT CLUB
Fighting to oppose assault weapon regulation on a pile of dead elementary schoolchildren
Selling marriage as a sacred bond solely between one ovulating vagina & one penis
Protecting the wealthiest at the expense of America's declining middle class
Threatening to not pay for expenses already approved by Congress
Denying women any control over their own bodies
Hating on gays & undocumented immigrants
Distorting reality to achieve goals
Rigging elections...
I luv this site.....
http://republicanretardclub.blogspot.com/
Great site. Thanks, Perfect discription of the GRAND OLD PARTY OF NO and the TEAGBAGGERS. I will have to check it up periodically for updates.

In his fifth term now, McConnell has an approval rating in Kentucky of 36 percent. Silent but sullen, most of his own party doesn't really like him. The state's Democrats, who still control the governorship and the lower house, positively despise the man.

DITCH MITCH and the party of no/teabaggers!!
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Repukes

Well over 93% of
republicans hate the gays
republicans hate safe gun laws
republicans hate fair pay for women
republicans hate fair elections
republicans hate socialist firemen
republicans hate socialist teachers
republicans hate socialist policemen
republicans hate the middle class
republicans hate the environment
republicans hate clean water
republicans hate clean air
republicans hate women
republicans hate abortions
republicans hate contraception
republicans hate social security
republicans hate health care
republicans hate healthy people
republicans hate disabled people
republicans hate war veterans
republicans hate poor people
republicans hate smart people
republicans hate students
republicans hate seniors
republicans hate blacks
republicans hate kenyans
republicans hate mexicans
republicans hate latinos
republicans hate native americans
republicans hate muslims
republicans hate arabs
republicans hate atheists
republicans hate science
republicans hate facts
republicans hate art
republicans hate libraries
republicans hate government ?

If you're not a fetus, an automatic assault weapon (freedom!) or a white god fearing straight male or part of the top two percent, a republican most probably hates you
Source: Come on, let's be real
http://republicanretardclub.blogspot.com/

DITCH MITCH and the party of no/teabaggers!!
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People trapped in burning buildings, dozens critically injured after explosion at fertiliser plant near Waco, Texas
News Limited Network
April 18, 201312:15PM

Explosion at fertiliser plant north of Waco,Texas
Several people, including children, trapped in buildings
Homes flattened by blast, dozens critically injured

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/world/expl...

Live video: Explosion, injuries reported at fertilizer plant near Waco in West, Texas

http://www.dallasnews.com/news/local-news/201...
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Call Me Justin Case wrote:
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After the Columbine shootings in 1999, the NRAs Wayne LaPierre expressed support for closing the gun show loophole.
We think it is reasonable to provide mandatory, instant criminal background checks, LaPierre said in testimony before Congress in 1999.
In June of that same year, the NRA also took out an ad supporting background checks at gun shows:
The message of the NRAs 1999 campaign was Be Reasonable, and the organization bought ads in top newspapers, including USA Today, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal, to make its case.
We believe its reasonable to provide for instant background checks at gun shows, just like gun stores and pawn shops, the USA Today ad reads.
Weve always supported instant background checks, LaPierre said at a Friends of NRA event in May 1999.
The republican attention spam is about 13 seconds.

How do you expect such smile minded individuals to remember something from over a day ago?

:-D

Dumb republican voters led around by their nose yet again.

Very dumb people.

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Tell us your level of education and your GPA (at least 1 year) I'll wager my education is above and beyond, as well as my GPA!
My "Internet education and GPA are good enough for any Ivy league school (MIT sound like a crap school?).
Tired of your 3rd grader $#it and boasting.
Anyone can tell from my posts, where I stand...you? another matter altogether!
Brown University, Princeton, Stanford, Columbia University to name a few! You are an unqualified Internet bigmouth, talking trash without knowledge.
Not everyone is as ignorant as YOU are!
Gabby? wasn't she the "Democrat" who cast a deciding vote? on Debt Ceiling legislation?
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Repubs wanted to get this done ASAP, they know their uneducated masses have no attention spans.... So they can feed them some other issue when it comes to the elections in 2014 and 2016 while trying to sweep this under the rug.
Simple minded idiots!
And you, Uncle Tab is a Communist, Socialist, and an Evil Democrat.

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