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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 222983 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).

Join the discussion below, or Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com.

One Red Shoe

Anonymous Proxy

#111526 Jul 20, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
Ha Ha Ha LMAO!
Wrong!
No body builder, just fit.
Did You take that shoe off?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =F-j8lffDNGgXX
Uh..That youtube pic of rick rude is not the same pic as your avatar. What was the point of posting it?
Just more pics of half nude men? Get off on that doya?
Not that I care.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111527 Jul 20, 2013
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
I know about HAARP, weather manipulation and the rest ...where have you been ?? It is going to rain...yes...!! You're not telling me something I don't already know ...!!
Might help you to know that Ari and Jay are not same person but you're not to smart to see that.
'DITCH MITCH' NOT A CHANCE YOU WITCH...!!
hahaha, yeah you know all about it. I have known about HAARP for years dipshit. Yes, the weatherman said it was going to rain. Keep your chemtrails in your space. You know they aren't the same sock how? You circus clowns have a slew of them. Maybe the two just troll the same cities. See Ari's profile with his new gay wrestler and shaving lure to wtf. Smart? YOU wouldn't recognize smart, dumbass.

Can you vote for McCONnell? Even the teabaggers in our state want him gone. Sit back and watch chemtrail. There is a bigger chance than you think. Haven't read where he is the most hated Senator in DC? Wnd probably doesn't report that anymore than fauxbox pundits do. How cute that you can make a rhyme. You must be so proud. Clueless, spamming, nutflame that you are. Try this one, lemming tool.

DITCH McCONnell 2014
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111528 Jul 20, 2013
Guess you circus clown socks will have to believe this since it was on FAUX. hahahaha

Robert Zimmerman: Obama's Statement Was "Sincere"

George Zimmerman's brother Robert Zimmerman spoke to FOX News shortly after President Obama's surprise appearance in which he spoke about Trayvon Martin and the verdict in the Zimmerman trial.

"I think the president took his time with his remarks, and it was about time they heard from him. I know a lot of people were expecting to hear from the president, and I'm glad he spoke up today," Zimmerman told FOX News.

"You know, I think the president was speaking off the cuff, and I think he was very sincere in his remarks," Zimmerman also said.

"I think that sometimes when we get bogged down in the politics of it all, we forget the missing link is sometimes a person who a young person can relate to or feel encouraged by. I think no matter what any child's race is,... it should be beyond politics to stand united in the sense that we can organize ourselves to better address the needs of children," he said.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2013/0...

Dang, didn't they make sure he was a frightwinged republiCON ready to say what they wanted before they ask him his opinion on the President's remarks. haha At least he had the guts to speak the truth and comprehend what the President was saying. I am sure he has been profiled himself as a Hispanic.

HILLARY 2016

DITCH McCONnell 2014
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111529 Jul 20, 2013
Has Mitch McConnell Met His Match?

DEMOCRATIC senator from Kentucky? The idea may sound far-fetched, but Alison Lundergan Grimes, 34, is about to take her shot. This week, the Kentucky secretary of State filed papers to run against Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell—an uphill struggle in which she will try to topple a five-term senator who is twice her age and one of Washington’s most formidable figures.

Grimes does have a lot going for her. She is the daughter of Jerry Lundergan—a two-term state-party chair, a good friend of Bill Clinton’s, and a member of Hillary Clinton’s finance committee in 2008. In other words, though she will have to play catch-up on the money front—McConnell has $7.4 million on hand already—her connections should help her raise considerable cash.“She is one hell of a retail politician, a dynamic speaker,” says Kentucky Democratic Rep. John Yarmuth, who noted that Grimes wowed donors at a Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee event on Martha’s Vineyard.“A minimum of $70 million will be spent in the race,” he predicts.“I don’t think there are enough TV stations to run all the ads.”

In her 2011 secretary-of-State campaign, Grimes trounced her Republican opponent by double digits while demonstrating a knack for cutting through clutter. During that campaign, she broadcast a commercial titled “Elsie and Thelma,” which showed her sitting with her two grandmothers, each elderly woman at a laptop, brainstorming about writing campaign ads. Warm and witty, it was a winner. In office, she pushed through an initiative to allow service members overseas to vote electronically and another to keep the addresses of domestic-abuse victims confidential.

Polls suggest that a Grimes-McConnell race would be close, with one recent survey showing McConnell up 7 points and another showing a 45-45 tie. That said, it’s true that the basic realities of Kentucky politics favor Republicans. Moreover, McConnell is known for playing hardball on the campaign trail. Actress Ashley Judd toyed with entering the race, but bowed out after McConnell aides were caught on a leaked tape looking for ways to use her admission of past drug abuse against her. More recently McConnell launched an ad against Grimes that showed her head attached to the body of Ellen DeGeneres as the talk-show host danced with President Obama. Grimes, the commercial proclaimed, is “not ready for primetime.”

In response to the ad, Grimes told a local television reporter,“This is one Kentucky woman who is not going to be bullied.” That much seems clear. What we won’t know until next year is whether she can win.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2013/07...

Guess he won't be bullying her. Wonder if he ask Ellen to use her in his ad since he hate gays/lesbians and she back President Obama. Might have to bring that to the show's attention. He might not be able to buy this one.

GRIMES 2014

DITCH MITCH

Since: Dec 11

.

#111530 Jul 20, 2013
One Red Shoe wrote:
LOL..I was wondering when you were going to get around to personal insults, since you have nothing of value to contribute.
On another subject: I see you are using gay porn pics for your avatar..LOL
<quoted text>
FYI, I'm just having fun...not serious after 10pm tonight!

You think you can use Topix as a research tool?

OMG you are precious...where have you been hiding this week?
Have you read any good books lately...I know what your fav's are.
I won't tell anyone.
:b
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111531 Jul 20, 2013
From KENTUCKY's website:

Mitch McConnell suddenly confronts rough political road

WASHINGTON — Usually a picture of self-assured calm and control, Mitch McConnell is having a rough week.

When the Senate worked its way out of a nasty fight over presidential nominations and the filibuster, the credit went not to the Senate Republican leader but to Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. McConnell’s clout with his own caucus was questioned. It seemed uncharacteristic for the Kentucky Republican, long regarded as a master of the Senate’s byzantine rhythms.

McConnell’s penchant for deftly navigating political landmines is in for a lengthy test. He’s an insider’s insider, but he can’t appear to be so back home. He’s been known for keeping his raucous caucus in line, but there have been cracks. And while he has a solid conservative voting record, it’s not conservative enough for the increasingly prominent groups that are influencing Republican voters.

McConnell is the Democrats’ top incumbent target in the 2014 Senate elections. His race is expected to be the nation’s most expensive.“I think it’s going to be easy to make this a close race, but it’s going to take a lot to beat him,” said Jennifer Duffy, Senate analyst for the nonpartisan Cook Political Report.

McConnell’s camp disputes any notion that the week’s turmoil exposed fresh political cracks.

They’re also buoyed by McConnell’s history of winning tough races. Only once, in 2002, did McConnell get more than 55 percent. Democrats see strong potential for likely nominee Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky’s secretary of state. Because she has no Washington record, she can paint McConnell as a creature of the Capitol who’s forgotten the plain folks of the Bluegrass State.

“The race is going to be whether McConnell can make this a race against Obama or Alison can make this a race against McConnell,” said former Kentucky Treasurer Jonathan Miller, a Democrat.

This week’s Senate chaos gives Democrats attractive material. Monday, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee announced “a new campaign about real consequences Kentuckians suffer at the hands of Mitch McConnell.” Thursday, the headline on its press release was “McConnell Losing Influence.”

Their target is the turmoil over the “nuclear option,” a Democratic-driven effort to change Senate rules to make it easier for non-judicial nominees to win confirmation with 51 votes. Sixty is now needed to curtail debate.

McConnell wanted an accord months ago, and in June he told the White House to withdraw two controversial National Labor Relations Board nominees, replace them with two others, and the process would move forward. He also wanted assurance from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., not to invoke the nuclear option for the rest of this Congress, which runs until January 2015.

Reid said no. So McCain and other Republicans, who were willing to accept votes on controversial nominees without imposing a long-term 51-vote threshold, negotiated.

DITCH MITCH

continued:
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111532 Jul 20, 2013
At Reid’s request, McConnell met with the Nevada Democrat just minutes before Reid and McCain went on the Senate floor Tuesday to announce their agreement (Reid wanted to tell McConnell about the two labor nominees). McCain became the public face of compromise. Democrats were lavish in their praise, suggesting that the maverick Republican had saved the Senate.

Privately, there was grumbling. Senators said McConnell told them he could have gotten a better deal, even as he told reporters he was pleased. Stewart said that’s not unusual.“The two aren’t mutually exclusive,” he said.

Such maneuvers are likely to further tarnish McConnell with diehard conservatives, a problem that’s been building for months. During last month’s immigration debate, a bipartisan “Gang of Eight” crafted legislation that won Senate approval, as 14 Republicans backed a path to citizenship for the nation’s estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants.

Some conservatives were furious at the Gang, and that McConnell didn’t use procedural devices to stall or dilute the bill, even though his caucus was solidly behind moving forward and won the ability to offer amendments. But to the right, the debate was another example of why conservatives need to be wary.

Their ire was stirred in January, when Congress and Obama agreed to raise taxes as part of a budget deal. ForAmerica, a conservative group, began running an ad picturing McConnell with Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, asking “Whose Side Are You On?” Talk show host Glenn Beck lumped McConnell with McCain and other mainstream Republicans, saying he’d “written those guys off.”

So far, McConnell doesn’t appear to have a serious conservative challenge, and Republicans dismiss the notion conservatives will stay home in November 2014. McConnell did vote no on the immigration bill, he ranks ninth on this year’s Heritage Action conservative scorecard, and he regularly addresses the Senate on the evils of the 2010 health care law.

Kentucky Republicans are counting on voters seeing the bigger picture.“McConnell’s a known, and he’s been voting conservative for years,” said Louisville-based Republican consultant Ted Jackson.“That is Kentucky.”

Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/07/19/2720486/se...

GRIMES 2014

DITCH MITCH

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#111533 Jul 20, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
Ha Ha Ha LMAO!
Wrong!
No body builder, just fit.
Did You take that shoe off?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =F-j8lffDNGgXX
So why then is your Pic on a gay website?
One Red Shoe

Anonymous Proxy

#111534 Jul 20, 2013
Let me be among the first to say: Welcome Senator Grimes!! And to all the other Democrats that will be filling seats vacated by teabaggers!
Vote ALL do nothing repug nay sayers out.

Since: Dec 11

.

#111535 Jul 20, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>You learn that every President in office since Carter there have been Americans killed by Terrorist. Let's look hypocrites.
Reagan: 270
Bush43: 3000
Obama: 4
Since you mentioned The Peanut Farmer...
How does he like Obama these days?
How is he thinking about Edward Snowden?
He agrees with Zimmerman verdict also!

Maybe ya'll should lay off the Kool Aid and try a Bourbon Mint julep!

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/07/...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/18/jimm...

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#111536 Jul 20, 2013
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
I know about HAARP, weather manipulation and the rest ...where have you been ?? It is going to rain...yes...!! You're not telling me something I don't already know ...!!
Might help you to know that Ari and Jay are not same person but you're not to smart to see that.
'DITCH MITCH' NOT A CHANCE YOU WITCH...!!
You are so stupid. Everyone knows HAARP isn't for the weather. The government is using the shortwave radio communication generated in Gakona to control the minds of unsuspecting Americans. You need to read up on this stuff.

Since: Oct 11

Sikeston, MO

#111537 Jul 20, 2013
Ari,
If you go fishing use the right kinda bait!
And take the right equipment.....lol

PEACE
tofy
Crow

Louisville, KY

#111538 Jul 20, 2013
Dang it, I leave to play a game for a couple of minutes and come back to find....Ari's a big gay bodybuilder!? Well how cool is that!! I should have known when he called me H. Boo Boo the other day! Man, my gaydar is seriously on the fritz - never would have guessed.

Well good for you, Ari. I've got nothing but respect for your lifestyle - your politics...well, that's another story most of the time. Still...smokin' hot avatar, homeslice!
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111539 Jul 20, 2013
Some of this weeks news from the frightwingers.

Fringe Factor: Tampons but Not Guns Banned in Texas Legislature

You can tote a gun in the Texas statehouse, but a not tampon or a maxi pad. From Pat Roberston’s ‘vomit button’ to a bevy of secessionists, a look at the far out in American politics this week.

The Texas Department of Public Safety is searching the bags of anyone entering the gallery to watch debate and confiscating any tampons or maxi pads found. There is concern that these female-hygiene products could be used as projectiles and thrown at state senators. However, visitors can still bring guns into the gallery if they have a concealed-carry license.

Virginia: Pat Robertson Wants ‘Vomit Button’ for Same-Sex Pictures on Facebook

STILL LAUGHING AT GRANDrand:

Kentucky: Rand Paul Aide Is the Southern Avenger
Controversy erupted when the right-wing website the Free Beacon published a story chronicling the career of Jack Hunter, an aide to Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and former radio shock jock known as the Southern Avenger. In public appearances, Hunter, a former member of the League of the South, a pro-secession group, wore a Mexican wrestling-match mask on which the Confederate flag was printed.

Paul refused to condemn Hunter. His office issued a statement that said,“Sen. Paul holds his staff to a standard that includes treating every individual with equal protection and respect, without exception. Our office policy is that all employees treat individuals with the equal protection of the law. We find no evidence that this policy has been violated by any employee.”

House Republicans pass No Child Left Behind overhaul, predictably leaving children behind

If it looks like a voucher, Eric Cantor is all for it.

Republicans want to cut funding and abandon protections and funding for disadvantaged students

(Yeah, add the disadvantaged student to that long list of Repukes HATE I posted that RH got so bent out of shape over, hahaha)

McCain blocks Joint Chiefs Chairman over personal vendetta

Just days after playing a key role in ending the log jam over Republican filibustering of President Obama's executive branch nominees, Arizona Sen. John McCain put a roadblock in the front of the anticipated confirmation of Joint Chiefs Chairman Martin Dempsey. McCain announced he would put a "hold" on Dempsey's second term heading up the JCS until the general answered his questions about his personal views on Syria policy. If that sounds like childish petulance from would-have-been President McCain, that's because it is. In the past, General Dempsey cautioned against McCain's positions on the Iraq surge, maintaining a permanent U.S. troop presence there, launching military strikes against Iran and establishing a no-fly zone over Syria. And now it's payback time.
(Typical repuke payback tactic)

Saturday nutpick-a-palooza: Obama and Trayvon

President Barack Obama talking about race? Uh oh, lots of heads exploding in conservative America.

As you'll see below the fold, wingnutopia didn't take this very well, proving once again that the notion of "rebranding" for the GOP is DOA. They are the racist white American party. Not all Republicans are racist, but all racists are Republican.

http://www.dailykos.com/ #

Great last paragraph. So true.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
One Red Shoe

Anonymous Proxy

#111540 Jul 20, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
FYI, I'm just having fun...not serious after 10pm tonight!
You think you can use Topix as a research tool?
OMG you are precious...where have you been hiding this week?
Have you read any good books lately...I know what your fav's are.
I won't tell anyone.
:b
I just read ... Of mice and men, and The grapes of wrath. I'm not ashamed to admit that.

So this is you after 10PM? LOL ooooo K.

http://g.globalfight.com/index.php...
Jay

Springville, TN

#111541 Jul 20, 2013
Obama Alias “Barry Soetoro” Registered To Vote At White House Address
Barry Soetoro” is a registered voter in the District of Columbia with a White House address according to the D.C. Board of Elections.

July 20, 2013 by Breaking News 10 Comments

According to a search at the D.C. Board of elections using the search terms Barry Soetoro, President Obama’s date of birth and the zip code of 20500, a registered voter of that name is registered to vote at the White House for D.C. elections. Barry Soetoro is a name that President Obama has used in the past.

Did President Obama submit this registration, or is it a fraud? Who knows? Obtaining the actual registration forms (or on-line) submitted to the D.C. election’s board might answer the question. In my view, it is worse if it is a fraud because it illustrates the ease at which one can trick the system. Or perhaps, President Obama wants out of crime-infested Chicago after his term is up and registered using his old name. I’ll go with option 1, the fraud.

http://www.westernjournalism.com/obama-alias-...
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111542 Jul 20, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
Since you mentioned The Peanut Farmer...
How does he like Obama these days?
How is he thinking about Edward Snowden?
He agrees with Zimmerman verdict also!
Maybe ya'll should lay off the Kool Aid and try a Bourbon Mint julep!
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/07/...
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/18/jimm...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =J6_1Pw1xm9UXX
OH, now you care what Carter says. PRICELESS

“I think the jury made the right decision based on the evidence presented, because the prosecution inadvertently set the standard so high that the jury had to be convinced that it was a deliberate act by Zimmerman, that he was not at all defending himself,” Carter told Atlanta NBC affiliate WXIA-TV.
Asked what the Zimmerman verdict says about race, Carter compared it to other high-profile moments involving race and violence in U.S. history, such as the police beating of Rodney King and the ensuing 1992 Los Angeles race riots and the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
“I think eventually, no matter how deep the moral feelings and personal feelings might be among African Americans or others, with time passing they start seeing what can we do about the present and the future and put aside their feelings about the past,” Carter said.“I think that’s what’s gonna happen in our country.”
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/07/...

according to a translation by Inquisitr.
No American outlets covered Carter's speech, given at an Atlantic Bridge meeting, which has reportedly led to some skepticism over Der Spiegel's quotes. But Carter's stance would be in line with remarks he's made on Snowden and the issue of civil liberties in the past.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/18/jimm...

I can see why you admired GOMER. From your avatar it was probably SGT Carter you admired. hahahaha

So your point on Carter, was that to imply he dissed the President. I don't think so dumbass. Try again. Maybe FAUXBOX or wnd has something that manipulates the story for your liking. You are just to funny tonight with your gay wrestler and shaving fetish, hahaha I know Calvin is going to be sorry he missed these revelations that One Red Shoe outted you on. PRICELESS

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111543 Jul 20, 2013
Your Weekly Address

President Barack Obama intends to publish a weekly video address every Saturday morning of his presidency.

Weekly Address: Confirming Rich Cordray to Lead the CFPB

In this week’s address, President Obama discusses the Senate’s confirmation of Rich Cordray as Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The CFPB is an independent watchdog set up to protect families from irresponsible behavior in the financial sector – one that puts mortgage lenders, student lenders, payday lenders, and credit reporting and debt collection agencies under greater scrutiny, while providing the American people a place to get some measure of justice if they don’t play by the rules.
Remarks of President Barack Obama

I think I will post it for you circus repuke socks every week, hahaha

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111544 Jul 20, 2013
Weekly Address
The White House
July 20, 2013

Hi, everybody. Three years ago this weekend, we put in place tough new rules of the road for the financial sector so that irresponsible behavior on the part of the few could never again cause a crisis that harms millions of middle-class families.

As part of that reform, we set up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the first-ever independent consumer watchdog with one job: to protect families from that sort of behavior.

Two years ago, I nominated a man named Rich Cordray, a former attorney general from Ohio, to run this consumer protection bureau. But Republicans in the Senate refused to give him a simple up-or-down vote, not because they didn’t think he was the right person for the job, but because they didn’t like the law that set up the consumer watchdog in the first place.

So last year, I acted on my own to put him in charge – because without a director, the CFPB couldn’t use all the tools at its disposal to protect consumers from shady mortgage lenders, or unscrupulous credit reporting agencies, or predatory lenders who targeted veterans and seniors. And I’m pleased to say that he was finally confirmed this week by a bipartisan vote.

Because of the work that’s been done at the CFPB over the past two years, today, mortgage lenders, student lenders, payday lenders, and credit reporting and debt collection agencies all face greater scrutiny. And if they don’t play by the rules, you now have somewhere to go to get some measure of justice. In fact, the CFPB has already addressed more than 175,000 complaints from every state.

Today, as part of the CFPB’s “Know Before You Owe” efforts, students and their parents can get a simple report with the information they need to make informed decisions before taking out student loans – and more than 700 colleges have stepped up to make this information clear and transparent. And if you’ve noticed that some credit card forms are actually easier to understand than they used to be, that’s because of the work that Rich’s team and others in the Administration have done.

Today, veterans have the tools they need to defend against dishonest lenders and mortgage brokers who try to prey on them when they come home. Seniors are better protected from someone who sees their homes or retirement savings as an easy target. And thanks to the hard work of folks at the CFPB, so far six million Americans have gotten more than $400 million in refunds from companies that engaged in unscrupulous practices. That’s money we didn’t have the power to recover before.

You know, we’ve come a long way over the past four and a half years. Our economy’s growing. Our businesses have created 7.2 million new jobs in the past 40 months. We’ve locked in new safeguards to protect against another crisis and end bailouts for good. And even though more work remains, our financial system is more fair and much more sound than it was.

We’ve still got a long way to go to restore the sense of security that too many middle-class families are still fighting to rebuild. But if we keep moving forward with our eyes fixed on that North Star of a growing middle class, then I’m confident we’ll get to where we need to go.
Thanks, and have a great weekend.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/20...

DITCH MITCH

Since: Oct 11

Sikeston, MO

#111545 Jul 20, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>You are so stupid. Everyone knows HAARP isn't for the weather. The government is using the shortwave radio communication generated in Gakona to control the minds of unsuspecting Americans. You need to read up on this stuff.
Hey I've been listening to the radio since i was a kid...when i catch up to John (records) Landecker....i'm going to...shake that dudes hand!
Turned me on to some good jams man. Late night WLW Chicago..far out!

PEACE
tofy

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