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

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 270683 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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Since: Oct 11

Sikeston, MO

#112119 Jul 23, 2013
Jay wrote:
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And when I see your avatar, tofy, makes me laugh because it reminds me of my bro back when. He was a drummer in the long hair era....LOL!!!
Puff puff!
Thanks Jay...makes me feel good to make people smile!:)

PEACE
tofy

Since: Oct 11

Sikeston, MO

#112120 Jul 23, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
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Molly Hatchet
Album covers by Frank Frazetta!
Absolutely art Ari...
Museum worthy!

PEACE
tofy

Since: Dec 11

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#112121 Jul 23, 2013
Anthony Weiner is new spokesman for Oscar Meyer Bologna!

His bologna has a first name it's P_E_N_I_S!

He just can't keep it in his pants, gee his wife must be banging the gardener, the pool boy, the mail man, the paper boy, and Pee Wee Herman!

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/07/23/an...
Jay

Springville, TN

#112123 Jul 23, 2013
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks Jay...makes me feel good to make people smile!:)
PEACE
tofy
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LOL....the headbands, beads, long hair, ripped sleeves, bell bottoms, fringed clothes and toe rings --earrings beards and music, music, music! Looking back at the pictures always makes me laugh. Today bald shaved heads, baggy pants and flip flops.

Who had the most fun?
Jay

Springville, TN

#112124 Jul 23, 2013
WHERE____ WAS______ THE_____ MEDIA?!

Pennsylvania Ave. was blocked half-hour by anti-amnesty/pro-jobs march sponsored by BALA:
Black American Leadership Alliance.



The Black American Leadership Alliance hosted a march through Washington D.C. on Monday, protesting the Senate-passed amnesty bill, S.744. Breitbart.com provided live webcasting of the event and estimated around 3,000 people attended. They heard nearly four hours of speeches by Black Alliance leaders and others, including Senators Jeff Sessions and Ted Cruz and Representatives Steve King and Mo Brooks.

The march and rally focused on how amnesty and high immigration levels hurts low-skilled American workers and their wages.

Former Congressman Allen West also spoke at the rally, saying he wished Black Americans followed the immigration bill as closely as they've followed the Trayvon Martin trial in his home state of Florida.

"But now we have a Senate, we have a president, up here on Capitol Hill, that think it's more important to reform people who came here illegally than it is to strengthen the inner cities and strengthen the black community," West said.

Dear Members of Congress,

"We, the undersigned members of the Black American Leadership Alliance respectfully address this letter to Members of the Senate Gang of Eight........"



http://www.dcmarchforjobs.com/pdf/BALA-Open-L...
JustFacts

Owensboro, KY

#112127 Jul 23, 2013
wth wrote:
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Of course they are at an all time low...because Barack Hussein Obama and Nancy nutty Pelosi say so, right? Dirty Harry Reid agrees, right? lol Just like with their Obamacare dollar amounts they are telling the truth about the all-time low numbers of illegals in our country. O-tay...I believe, I believe, I believe just like I was programmed to believe. Now I am one of you. Pete and repeat idiots. NOT!
Are you frustrated? Are you pissed because no matter how hard you try to be right...you never are? Are you angry because Obama depends on all you idiots to stay stupid (at least until the midterm elections lol)and it's starting to physically hurt because you have dumbed yourselves down to the point of no return for your messiah? And I'M the dumb bitch? LMMFAO Chillax, idiot. We would hate to lose you to the silent killer...high blood pressure. Go breathe in a Wally World bag and calm down boy! LMAO
He made you his bitch when he beat down your ideas with facts. Take it bitch.

Since: Oct 11

Sikeston, MO

#112129 Jul 23, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
Anthony Weiner is new spokesman for Oscar Meyer Bologna!
His bologna has a first name it's P_E_N_I_S!
He just can't keep it in his pants, gee his wife must be banging the gardener, the pool boy, the mail man, the paper boy, and Pee Wee Herman!
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/07/23/an...
The guy needs a hobby not to mention alot of therapy.
No excuse for such behavior and I'm no Puritan, but good grief!
PEACE
tofy

Since: Dec 11

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#112132 Jul 23, 2013
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>The guy needs a hobby not to mention alot of therapy.
No excuse for such behavior and I'm no Puritan, but good grief!
PEACE
tofy
Perhaps he has a hobby, his handlers can't get a grip on it!

It's undoubtedly a "sticky situation" pud intended!
LMAO!

Since: Dec 11

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#112136 Jul 23, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
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Those idiots wouldn't believe it if MOSES delivered them on two tablets. Ignorant lemming tools only believe FAUXbox pundits. Keep posting your facts, it chaps their ass good. I'm beginning to think the fake wtf is a ARI sock. They write alike, think alike, fixated on the male anatomy and are obviously big wrestling fans. hahaha Sickos
GOP RIP
HILLARY 2016
GRIMES 2014
DITCH MITCH McCONnell
So in the sixty some odd years BEFORE Fox News who did you blame Democrat failures on?

Do you remember when ABC, CBS, and NBC ruled the airwaves?
Dem's got to manipulate the news without care, they were the power brokers. Since Fox News became a power player they all blame the messenger! Remember Dan Rather? Me either...
Jay

Springville, TN

#112138 Jul 23, 2013
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>The guy needs a hobby not to mention alot of therapy.
No excuse for such behavior and I'm no Puritan, but good grief!
PEACE
tofy
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I agree, tofy. What we don't need are people like him who are suppose to represent us and our country. He needs to retire and get out of the lime-light like a few others I could mention in both parties.

I might lean right, but he don't represent me.
Jay

Springville, TN

#112141 Jul 23, 2013
Are they friggin serious!!?

WTH?

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Grasping for Dignity in the Era of the American Police State
by John Whitehead on July 16, 2013

In a nutshell, what Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, writing for the majority, concluded was that it is impractical—“unworkable” was the phrase used—to expect overworked jail officials to have to take the time to distinguish between harmless individuals guilty of nothing more than driving without a seatbelt and those who pose a true threat and may be reasonably suspected of carrying drugs or weapons. Consequently, any person who is arrested, no matter how minor the alleged criminal act, can now be subjected to a degrading strip search. Examples of minor violations which could now lead to a strip search are many and include “violating a leash law, driving without a license and failing to pay child support.”

http://www.conservativeactionalerts.com/2013/...
One Red Shoe

Anonymous Proxy

#112143 Jul 23, 2013
EEEEEEEEWWWWWW!!!

Geraldo Rivera Tweets Shirtless

We can't unsee this.

70 year old Geraldo Rivera brought out his inner-Ron Burgundy early Sunday morning when he tweeted a shirtless selfie.

"70 is the new 50," he wrote, adding "Erica and family are going to be so pissed...but at my age..."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/21/gera...
Crow

Jeffersonville, IN

#112145 Jul 23, 2013
Jay wrote:
Are they friggin serious!!?
WTH?
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Grasping for Dignity in the Era of the American Police State
by John Whitehead on July 16, 2013
In a nutshell, what Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, writing for the majority, concluded was that it is impractical—“unworkable” was the phrase used—to expect overworked jail officials to have to take the time to distinguish between harmless individuals guilty of nothing more than driving without a seatbelt and those who pose a true threat and may be reasonably suspected of carrying drugs or weapons. Consequently, any person who is arrested, no matter how minor the alleged criminal act, can now be subjected to a degrading strip search. Examples of minor violations which could now lead to a strip search are many and include “violating a leash law, driving without a license and failing to pay child support.”
http://www.conservativeactionalerts.com/2013/...
The key word there is "could" - not "will". Besides, I haven't heard of anyone being arrested for violating a leash law lately, have you? If somebody's driving without a license or not paying child support, they deserve to be arrested, and if a strip search is part of the process, well, so be it. Like the old saying goes, "If you can't do the time, don't do the crime."
One Red Shoe

Anonymous Proxy

#112146 Jul 23, 2013
The economy has now added twice as many jobs since Obama took office than it did in his predecessor’s entire eight years in office.

Stockholders have grown wealthier; the S&P 500 has gained 110 percent

Obama has now traveled to 38 countries, visiting some more than once. Bush visited 75.

Domestic oil production continues to soar, up 46 percent. Oil imports have plunged by 38 percent. But the U.S. still depends on foreign sources for more than a third of what it consumes.

Wind and solar power have increased 176 percent. But those sources still make up just 3.8 percent of U.S. electric generation. Coal still accounts for the biggest share: nearly 39 percent.

Taken from various credible news sources.(Not sites like Faux)
Crow

Jeffersonville, IN

#112147 Jul 23, 2013
One Red Shoe wrote:
EEEEEEEEWWWWWW!!!
Geraldo Rivera Tweets Shirtless
We can't unsee this.
70 year old Geraldo Rivera brought out his inner-Ron Burgundy early Sunday morning when he tweeted a shirtless selfie.
"70 is the new 50," he wrote, adding "Erica and family are going to be so pissed...but at my age..."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/21/gera...
Just...gross. Wonder if this has anything to do with Faux's demographics issue? Sagging ratings...sagging old man boobs. Blech. I'm gonna have nightmares tonight for sure.

“I was born a poor, black child”

Since: Jan 07

that weren't no easy thing

#112152 Jul 23, 2013
Well where has CC been today? Did he go and get himself the ol' 24 hour topix ban again? Shucks, I'm bored outta my wits. No Uncle Tab either.:(

Just us girls here tonight I guess.

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#112156 Jul 23, 2013
As we all know paternity tests are not regulated/mandated by the states or federal government and I think this is a serious problem. Many men are currently raising kids that are not biologically theirs and this is not only a problem for the fathers who are suckered into raising other men's kids but many problems can arise if that child became ill and doctors had no information on the biological fathers medical history.

I understand that many women would feel upset over the idea of mandatory DNA testing but I think the child's best interest should come first.

I think paternity fraud is inherently criminal and I feel that the federal government has a duty to force women to pay for a DNA test for any man she is accusing of being the father of her children.
Jay

Springville, TN

#112157 Jul 23, 2013
Crow wrote:
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The key word there is "could" - not "will". Besides, I haven't heard of anyone being arrested for violating a leash law lately, have you? If somebody's driving without a license or not paying child support, they deserve to be arrested, and if a strip search is part of the process, well, so be it. Like the old saying goes, "If you can't do the time, don't do the crime."
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Did you read the whole thing? So now it's a crime to wear a tampon? Hmmm...didn't think so. But it's ok for someone to drag it out? Hmmm. Ok, hope it never happens to you. Not my problem.
purple nurple nerd

Glasgow, KY

#112160 Jul 23, 2013
Crow wrote:
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The key word there is "could" - not "will". Besides, I haven't heard of anyone being arrested for violating a leash law lately, have you? If somebody's driving without a license or not paying child support, they deserve to be arrested, and if a strip search is part of the process, well, so be it. Like the old saying goes, "If you can't do the time, don't do the crime."
In small town settings if you just have a certain last name you could be arrested for wearing the wrong pair of pants on Tuesday. Those guys would love to arrest and strip search the women of the family they have been feuding with for years.
Jennifer Juniper

Glasgow, KY

#112162 Jul 23, 2013
wtf wrote:
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My ideas? lol Comprehend much?
Do you kiss your mammy's dildo with that filthy mouth?
Hahaha Good one wtf!

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