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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 252827 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.

Fox News Is A Joke

Jackson, KY

#113912 Aug 7, 2013
Brad wrote:
<quoted text>
Did the apology tour work?
It was designed to regain trust in the U.S. world wide.
20 nations won't supply security to American embassies over non-stop drone strikes.
Key witnesses to Benghazi massacre gag ordered by Oblamer administration.
Worst and most lawless POTUS,,,EVER.
Where are those WMD's you stupid SOB.

You stupid MF'ers are funny.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#113913 Aug 7, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
See how Liberals take a sound bite/talking point as push it forward without research?
The banner was to celebrate the longest aircraft carrier deployment since the Vietnam war! The speech may have been premature...or simply deepened the resolve of Al Qaeda.
The deployment was 10 continuous months; and therefore, it was a "mission accomplished" ( USS Abraham Lincoln ).
hahha, if you weren't so pathetically brainwashed by fauxbox you would know the WHOLE WOLRD took it that way by his very words.

Mission Accomplished" refers to a banner titled "Mission Accomplished" that was displayed on the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln during a televised address by United States President George W. Bush on May 1, 2003 and the controversy that followed.

Bush stated at the time that this was the end to major combat operations in Iraq. Bush's assertion—and the sign itself—became controversial after guerrilla warfare in Iraq increased during the Iraqi insurgency. The vast majority of casualties, both military and civilian, occurred after the speech
- Yahoo

But President Bush did announce an end to major combat operations in Iraq.

He said,“In the battle of Iraq, the United States and are allies have prevailed.”

It was that declaration that Bush critics and critics of war used against the president for rest of his time in office.
The Iraqi insurgency would pick up in the months and years following the speech costing the lives of thousands of Americans.
In fact, the last U.S. combat troops would not leave Iraq until 2010 under Bush’s successor, President Barack Obama.
- ABC

I can imagine how you CONS would twist it if President Obama had declared it after ending the war in Iraq. You people are idiots.

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#113914 Aug 7, 2013
Here you go whitehair old man, keep dreaming of that 2010 teaparty you love. President of Florida's expected hundreds for Rubio's campaign office and wow, didn't even get a dozen to show up. PRICELESS

The Tea Party Turns on Republicans, Threatens to Sit Out 2014

When you organize a protest and only 6 people show, including yourself, your movement might be in serious trouble.

Waving a rather sad, given the context, but large “Don’t Tread on Me” flag, Juan Fiol, a Miami real estate broker and Marco Rubio protest organizer, wondered where everyone was.“It was supposed to be a big event,” he told Naples News, as he stood with the five other Tea Partiers to protest Senator Marco Rubio (R-FLA) for being a “back-stabber” and a “liar” over immigration reform. That desolate July protest must have stung.
Bitter feelings of betrayal have led activists to their next threat: They will sit out the 2014 election:

The tea party is a loosely knit web of activists, and some are hoping to rekindle the fire with 2014 primary challenges to wayward Republicans. But many more say they plan to sit out high-profile races in some important swing states next year, a move that GOP leaders fear could imperil the re-election prospects of former tea party luminaries, including the governors of Florida and Ohio.
Republicans need only look at how that same tactic turned out for Democrats in 2010 to know that is a disaster waiting to happen.

Republicans are now paying the piper for their 2010 gamble. Yes, it won them the House and gummed up Obama’s agenda, but it also made them wildly unpopular. Worse still, their own party has been taken over by the beast.

Even Republicans don’t like the Republican Party. A July ABC poll by Langer Research Associates showed that a stunning 52% of Republicans see their party as being on the wrong track with only 37% seeing it on the right track. In fact, for the first time since 1994, a majority of Republicans are dissatisfied with their party.

A July Quinnipiac poll demonstrated the Republican Party’s problem: Forty-nine percent of Republicans believe that the GOP is doing too little to compromise with President Obama, yet the Tea Party wants no compromise. The Tea Party consists of the most vocal supporters, the reliable turnout for off year election turnout. With an ever-shrinking tent, Republicans can’t afford to lose any support. After all, the ABC poll also revealed that only 21% of Americans surveyed identify as Republican.

Republicans keep trying to fool the Tea Party just like they fool voters; for example, they’re trying to sell Rubio’s immigration reform as border security. But the Republican Party bred and fed a particularly virulent strain of paranoia in order to turn the Tea Party against their own best economic interests and keep them misinformed. It was inevitable that at some point, that paranoia would turn on the Republican Party – and it looks like that’s beginning to happen.

Some of the embittered Tea might sit out 2014, but don’t breathe a sigh of relief yet. Finding no national platform, the Tea Party is following the Republican game plan of 40-50 years ago. Tea Partiers are infiltrating on the local level, running for “school boards, county commissions and city councils, focusing on issues such as unfunded pension liabilities and sewer system repairs,” according to Naples News. So the people who know the least about government and governing and hate government the most want to be in charge of it. Since no one will hand them the national reins, they’re taking over on a local level. What could go wrong?

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RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#113915 Aug 7, 2013
Meanwhile, House Republicans remain clueless and Foxified against the national reality. They only care that they can get re-elected; they don’t care what they are doing to their party.

Thus the party vaunting the morality of self-interest now has to live with the downside of self-interest as a guiding principle. It turns out that it’s not all the conservative idea of a good time — denying poor people food and cheering the deaths of the unemployed.

Eventually, the self-interest they gloat about bites them in the bum and even the Republican Party can’t force their own self-interested members to behave anymore. Now the activists are threatening to stay home because the GOP didn’t hate on immigrants enough. Let’s not forget, it was the Republican Party who taught the Tea Party how to control via terror, fits, and tantrums.
Turns out, it was the Republican Party and not President Obama who took it upon themselves to tread on the Tea Party. That was predictable, as is their rage at being used.

http://www.politicususa.com/2013/08/05/tea-pa...

OH, yeah whitehair, where is your response to the bullshit on 9/11 you said. You know "Clinton trained the terrorists to be pilots" and "Bush wasn't a failure on 9/11. I posted plenty to prove you were full of it. Chirp, chirp....

Didn't think so, you repukes run and ignore the truth everytime you are proven wrong. Show me different. Bush WAS a failure.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#113916 Aug 7, 2013
beardie wrote:
<quoted text>
I kinda suspected the dil-do mix-up as well....
That's a rough image to go to sleep on, you be careful! I don't want you having nightmares.
(I reposted it, topix doesn't like sex toys references?)
Thank you beardie, I didn't even thing about that it was so late and I was tired. Did they remove it? I looked back and it was still on my screen with some icons so I figured it stayed. They might have removed it after. I should have used a different word or part of it. That's what I thought of the first time she posted it. I didn't get any topix warning when posted. With some of the perverted stuff here, especially from the fake wtf Glasgow Speakup, I didn't really think they would.

BTW,hahaha, I didn't have that image when I finally drifted off to sleep. Thanks again.

DITCH MITCH
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#113917 Aug 7, 2013
“Obamacare” and the Perpetual Republican Temper Tantrum

Who’s ever dealt with a child throwing a temper tantrum? The screaming, crying, stubbornness, irrationality—just so the child can try and force an adult to do what they want.

Well that seems to be exactly what Republicans are doing over the Affordable Care Act (aka “Obamacare”). They’ve decided that since they haven’t gotten their way so far, they should just throw a tantrum.

The law was passed by both the House of Representatives and Senate, signed by the President and then deemed Constitutional by the Supreme Court. Outside of a full-on Constitutional Amendment (which in today’s political environment would be nearly impossible to pass),“Obamacare” is about as definitive a law as you can get.

Yet, since even before the law was passed, Republicans have done anything they could to defeat it. They’ve distorted facts, tried to sabotage its implementation, perpetuated outlandish stories and have sought every possible loophole in existence to try and do whatever they can to prevent this law from working.

From “death panels” to the lie about it being a government takeover of health care, telling Americans they won’t be able to choose their doctors (as if current health insurance plans gave people unlimited selection for any doctor they wanted) all the way to the lie that it’s a “job destroyer.” Republicans have built an opposition to “Obamacare” that’s based on complete fiction.

Which always prompts me to ask the question,“If the truth about the Affordable Care Act is so terrible, why do Republicans always seem to be lying about it? Shouldn’t the truth be enough?”
But despite their best efforts, the law continues to move forward. And as the law continues to do so, millions of Americans have enjoyed access to health care which they were previously denied due to the fact they were born with a pre-existing condition.

And as we continue to see reports from states showing that “Obamacare” is actually driving down the cost of health insurance premiums, Republicans are becoming more desperate than ever.

A great example of Republican desperation was just a few days back when House Speaker Boehner shared a link on Twitter proclaiming “rate shock,” and implying that people living in Ohio would see rate hikes as high as forty-one percent.

That is if you only read the first paragraph of the article he linked to. If Boehner had read all the way down to the third paragraph (and everything past it) he would have seen that the majority of the article actually praised “Obamacare,” and exposed how the “41%” number Republicans like him were using was highly distorted.

Now there’s more and more talk that some Congressional Republicans are pushing for a government shutdown to attempt to force President Obama to defund “Obamacare.”

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RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#113918 Aug 7, 2013
Luckily some Republicans are standing up to the idiocy being displayed by a few within their own party. Such as the comments by North Carolina Senator Richard Burr, who said it was the “dumbest idea he’s ever heard of” when told about some conservatives pushing for a government shutdown.

But what this irrational behavior by Republicans towards “Obamacare” really stems from is their absolute fear that the law might actually—work.

Much like a child throwing a tempter tantrum, the child’s actions usually don’t start out with them rolling around on the ground, kicking and screaming incoherently. No, they often begin more mildly and work their way up to the full-blown tantrum.

As the child begins to realize that their battle with the adult isn’t going the way they want it to, they then become more desperate, and that’s when you see the rolling around on the ground, kicking and screaming.

Which is the point Republicans are approaching. State exchanges are beginning to rollout, with rates lower than expected. Then with near full-on implementation of the law expected next year, Republicans are throwing themselves on the ground, kicking and screaming, doing anything they can to prevent the law from working.

“Since our 40 attempts to repeal a law didn’t work, and our fear mongering hasn’t stopped it from being implemented, we’ll just shutdown the government until you defund the law!”

It’s their last ditch effort to try and get their way. Because the last thing Republicans want is for the law to be implemented, work, and then they’re left trying to explain to their constituents why they so fiercely opposed the law when it’s benefiting millions of Americans and doing what President Obama said it would do.

And even though Obama easily won re-election and Democrats gained seats in the House and the Senate—Republicans still seem to feel that they have some “mandate” given to them in this country to act like petulant children who aren’t getting their way.

Which is exactly what it seems they plan on doing.
But at the end of the day, more Republicans need to listen to Senators from their own party like Richard Burr who said it best.

“I think it’s the dumbest idea I’ve ever heard of. Listen, as long as Barack Obama is president, the Affordable Care Act is going to be law. I think some of these guys need to understand that if you shut down the federal government, you better have a specific reason to do it that’s achievable.

Defunding the Affordable Care Act is not achievable through shutting down the federal government. At some point you’re going to open the federal government back up, and Barack Obama’s going to be president, and he won’t have signed this illusion of the Affordable Care Act.”

In other words,“Obamacare” is the law of the land—get over it.

http://www.forwardprogressives.com/obamacare-...

You would think those CONS would try passing some bills that need to be passed instead of constantly trying to go BACKWARDS repealing all the laws that have been PASSED.

In other words,“Obamacare” is the law of the land—get over it.

As the last line says...GET OVER IT. It's law, Supreme Court (mostly bush appointees I might add)
ruled in CONSTITUTIONAL. Of course there would be no flack if it had been ROMNEYcare eh? Bunch of idiots.

DITCH MITCH

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#113919 Aug 7, 2013
G'morning, RC Co-Cola! Hey, did you hear about the group protesting the pipeline in Frankfort today? Wonder how you'd go about getting on their notification list?

http://www.lex18.com/news/groups-to-protest-g...

How fun was last night? I thoroughly enjoyed hanging out with you and treebeard. Haven't laughed that hard in awhile. treebeard's "random caps" post was inspired...heh.

Since: Dec 11

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#113920 Aug 7, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Then call someone an a-hole, A-hole. You are more likely just a hole. Don't post some song from the 70's with perverted overtones that brought scrutiny from the people interpreting lyrics. It sounded like the intent you had since you tend to let your perversion appear...i.e. wrestler porn.
Your fake wtf Glasgow Speakup is the one fixated on anatomy. Mostly little boys as his posts have indicated. We don't forget what you circus clowns posts that is why we know when you are slipping in and out of your socks.
DITCH MITCH
I can be obnoxious, it's a fact. You may be close to my own age, I am more tech-savy than many my age...some times I forget that everyone has not kept up with pc technology and I can be a smartass in those discussions. The "image" I posted was a wrestler, there was no link to any site. It was simply an image from a Google image search result. The old saying "garbage in = garbage out" is relative to web browsers and search terms. I hoped to demonstrate a few simple things; that was squashed by the turn in discussion by you and your friends. The browser cache stores "cookies" from your own searches. If your search terms took you to a gay or porn site, then most likely that is from searches by you or someone who has access to your pc...not mine.
I don't have extended discussions with the poster(s) you mentioned, however I see an enemy of my enemy to be my ally.
Black Hole Sun was not a 70's song (A&M Records 1994 performed by Soundgarden. Written by Chris Cornell).

I was going to continue my smartass commentary with a slam on "reserchification and misunderestimation", but I think we both benefit from some honest discussion.
Are we cool? < see I am a human being also.:b
Brad

Bolton, CT

#113921 Aug 7, 2013
Fox News Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>Where are those WMD's you stupid SOB.
You stupid MF'ers are funny.
Insults and deflection the best you got?
Why are key witnesses to the Benghazi massacre being gag ordered if the administration has nothing to hide?
If Oblamer-care is so great why are the very people who rail-roaded it into law systematically and illegally shutting it down?
In 2009 Americans top concerns were jobs and the economy.
5 years later this administration has diddly fcuked around with amnesty,gay marriage,green energy junk science and socialized health care,basically,everything but jobs and the economy.
You keep running interference for the most corrupt,lawless liar this nation has ever elected to office if you want,not me.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#113922 Aug 7, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
Obama's transparency obstructionism!
http://www.ijreview.com/2013/08/70066-cnn-bom...
Come on people if Fox breaks a story, it's labled as "Faux" but when other agencies repeat it you begin to wonder...how much truth have you missed while being brainwashed by Lame Stream Media?
[email protected] crying about the majority of the media in the world when their hand full of fauxbox, conservative nut tree, fright winged nut daily (WND) twist facts to their liking. Talk about LEMMINGS. He should be shielding security secrets and drone operations. YOU, I, nor anyone else needs to know these things. Unless of course you want to follow in the traitor snowden tactics. Look where that got him. Wonder how many soldiers and Embassy personnel he put at risk.

I haven't missed any truth because I don't worship a bullshit slinging pundit show that entertains and encourages your hate and racist actions. Hell, fauxbox doesn't even cover half of the bs propaganda your loon's favorite sites mentioned above, yet you hang on to it like it's gospel. Ignorant lemming tools.

DITCH MITCH

Since: Dec 11

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#113923 Aug 7, 2013
BTW Boolean Searches are not exempt from "Cookie Monsters".
You can learn more about the monsters here:

http://www.google.com/#bav=on.2,or.r_qf.&...

I try educate people, if they want/care to learn.

If your pc is "new" and no one else has used it, you may need to have a professional check it out.
A blank image should not forward you to porn...

seriously.
Fox News Is A Joke

Jackson, KY

#113924 Aug 7, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
I can be obnoxious, it's a fact. You may be close to my own age, I am more tech-savy than many my age...some times I forget that everyone has not kept up with pc technology and I can be a smartass in those discussions. The "image" I posted was a wrestler, there was no link to any site. It was simply an image from a Google image search result. The old saying "garbage in = garbage out" is relative to web browsers and search terms. I hoped to demonstrate a few simple things; that was squashed by the turn in discussion by you and your friends. The browser cache stores "cookies" from your own searches. If your search terms took you to a gay or porn site, then most likely that is from searches by you or someone who has access to your pc...not mine.
I don't have extended discussions with the poster(s) you mentioned, however I see an enemy of my enemy to be my ally.
Black Hole Sun was not a 70's song (A&M Records 1994 performed by Soundgarden. Written by Chris Cornell).
I was going to continue my smartass commentary with a slam on "reserchification and misunderestimation", but I think we both benefit from some honest discussion.
Are we cool? < see I am a human being also.:b
You are a disgusting pos you uneducated diphead.
Fox News Is A Joke

Jackson, KY

#113925 Aug 7, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
BTW Boolean Searches are not exempt from "Cookie Monsters".
You can learn more about the monsters here:
http://www.google.com/#bav=on.2,or.r_qf.&...
I try educate people, if they want/care to learn.
If your pc is "new" and no one else has used it, you may need to have a professional check it out.
A blank image should not forward you to porn...
seriously.
Time for School Stupid.

Since: Dec 11

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#113926 Aug 7, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
hahha, if you weren't so pathetically brainwashed by fauxbox you would know the WHOLE WOLRD took it that way by his very words.
Mission Accomplished" refers to a banner titled "Mission Accomplished" that was displayed on the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln during a televised address by United States President George W. Bush on May 1, 2003 and the controversy that followed.
Bush stated at the time that this was the end to major combat operations in Iraq. Bush's assertion—and the sign itself—became controversial after guerrilla warfare in Iraq increased during the Iraqi insurgency. The vast majority of casualties, both military and civilian, occurred after the speech
- Yahoo
But President Bush did announce an end to major combat operations in Iraq.
He said,“In the battle of Iraq, the United States and are allies have prevailed.”
It was that declaration that Bush critics and critics of war used against the president for rest of his time in office.
The Iraqi insurgency would pick up in the months and years following the speech costing the lives of thousands of Americans.
In fact, the last U.S. combat troops would not leave Iraq until 2010 under Bush’s successor, President Barack Obama.
- ABC
!!**I can imagine how you CONS would twist it if President Obama had declared it after ending the war in Iraq.**!! You people are idiots.
DITCH MITCH
Afghanistan ring any bells?
The worms of Lame Steam Media are turning on Obama's failure; isn't it time you question your own preconceived notions/bias?
The Emporor has no clothes...them ain't hairy buttons!(that's humor-maybe over your head).

Since: Dec 11

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#113927 Aug 7, 2013
Emperor (king of typos today?)
I may yet deploy my "mission accomplished" banner!
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#113928 Aug 7, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
G'morning, RC Co-Cola! Hey, did you hear about the group protesting the pipeline in Frankfort today? Wonder how you'd go about getting on their notification list?
http://www.lex18.com/news/groups-to-protest-g...
How fun was last night? I thoroughly enjoyed hanging out with you and treebeard. Haven't laughed that hard in awhile. treebeard's "random caps" post was inspired...heh.
Hello Crow, yes, that was funny last night watching them scurry away like little mice or crickets. Treebeard was killing it. haha

That greeting reminds me of a picture I seen that said "If you ever had a RC Cola and a Moon Pie" you might be a Southerner. haha I have, how about you? lol

On the pipeline.

United, Kentuckians are standing against the Bluegrass Pipeline

http://www.kftc.org/blog/united-kentuckians-a...

NGLs pipeline leak in Parachute, Colo., in which 241 barrels of natural gas liquids entered the soil undetected for two weeks. Investigators called the problem with the line a "seep." Such a leak or seep in Kentucky could pollute underground water supplies, given the karst topography that honeycombs limestone formations under much of the region.

Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/07/11/2711769/un...

BIG CORPS $$$ doesn't care about the people of KENTUCKY. Pass the petition around. Check that map and see how many counties are affected by it.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

DITCH THE PIPELINE

Click here to sign a petition to stop the Bluegrass Pipeline. Find a recent Herald-Leader article here. For more information, visit http://www.stopbluegrasspipeline.us/

I am a Kentuckian who wants to safeguard our farmland, protect our water, and keep our people healthy. I ask elected officials and everyone who cares about our community and commonwealth to work together to stop the Bluegrass Pipeline.

Thank you for signing! Please feel free to share this petition with your friends and neighbors!

Stop the Bluegrass Pipeline - Sign Our Petition Today!
The proposed pipeline would carry dangerous fracked natural gas liquids through Kentucky. Sign our petition to ask Governor Beshear to place this matter on the call for the upcoming special session of the General Assembly:

http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/governor-bes...

Next Williams Company Open House
Thursday, August 8
Pritchard Community Center
404 S. Mulberry Street
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
All open houses will be held from 5 to 7:30 p.m

http://www.stopbluegrasspipeline.us/

I might make a trek down there for this one. They can shove that pipeline. I encourage all Kentuckians to sign it, even out of staters, it isn't a political thing, it's an environmental thing. Let Canada get their oil to China some other way.

Since: Dec 11

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#113929 Aug 7, 2013
Fox News Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>Time for School Stupid.
I thought they confiscated your PC?
Go back to S.C. dimwit!
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#113930 Aug 7, 2013
BTW Boolean Searches are not exempt from "Cookie Monsters".
You can learn more about the monsters here:

http://www.google.com/#bav=on.2,or.r_qf.& ;...

I try educate people, if they want/care to learn.

If your pc is "new" and no one else has used it, you may need to have a professional check it out.
A blank image should not forward you to porn...

seriously.- ARI sock

Give it a rest ari, we don't need your IT instructions, maybe your minions do. We know not to click on any of YOUR websites.

Is that your excuse, a blank page sent you to the wrestler porn site while you were changing your avatar to some bald, hairy, "shaved" wrestler...?
hahahaha I'm not buying that. Keep trying to do your porn site, wrestler avatar damage and blame it on the "cookies". PRICELESS

Keep trying ari. You are hilarious.

DITCH MITCH
Fox News Is A Joke

Jackson, KY

#113931 Aug 7, 2013
Brad wrote:
<quoted text>
Insults and deflection the best you got?
Why are key witnesses to the Benghazi massacre being gag ordered if the administration has nothing to hide?
If Oblamer-care is so great why are the very people who rail-roaded it into law systematically and illegally shutting it down?
In 2009 Americans top concerns were jobs and the economy.
5 years later this administration has diddly fcuked around with amnesty,gay marriage,green energy junk science and socialized health care,basically,everything but jobs and the economy.
You keep running interference for the most corrupt,lawless liar this nation has ever elected to office if you want,not me.
You gagged on a big one of those Faux News nuts Stupid.

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