'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

"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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“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#119872 Aug 29, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
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Hi Calvin, hope you had a good day at school. Ole arisocks has a new sock. Have fun with him.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
hey Ms R, is Ari's new sock the disgraced general?
...apropos, heh?
Art

United States

#119873 Aug 29, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
You all have got ol pubicCON mad as hell, with reason and real facts! I say old chaps, good job, jolly good job!
Impeach Obozo
Hang Holder for high treason
Ol' con is hallucinating about socks

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#119874 Aug 29, 2013
Sunny wrote:
<quoted text>LQQK Hillarod chill out you're just a old,boring,no humor,grabby,no imagination,anal,retetive person and a fuddy duddy.
wow, it's Clarence Darrow

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#119875 Aug 29, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
TAG your it Calvin. Got to go get dinner ready for the grill. Have fun with the two losers trying to appear as many. Ariscocks and his )8~D> batshit crazy loon and minions.
Be back later. STOMP ON THOSE ICONS losers. lmao
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Enjoy your supper, Mr R...I got this
General Robert E Lee

Johnson City, TN

#119876 Aug 29, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
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OH JOHNNY COME LATELY use your own terms loser. I haven't made a death threat to anyone you lying pos. That is you and your circus clown minions forte, not mine. You report all you want to. I have nothing to hide. YOU losers just can't take the truth and hate that I post it every day and will every day. Go suck your pudding pops arisock.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
I've been on here one hell of a lot longer than you! all you post is hate and lies, you are going to stroke out before long and put us out of your misery! I will make you look like the fool you are everyday, because it's easy, and I enjoy it!

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#119878 Aug 29, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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I've been on here one hell of a lot longer than you! all you post is hate and lies, you are going to stroke out before long and put us out of your misery! I will make you look like the fool you are everyday, because it's easy, and I enjoy it!
until someone pinches you, and you wake up?
who's going to win Ohio?
Brandon

Flatwoods, KY

#119881 Aug 29, 2013
Newport Guy wrote:
Part time jobs are better than what we had when he came into office.
However the decline of the 40 hr week started long before Obama and can be directly traced to the decline of unions (Can you say "right to work states"?). Thanks republicans.
Yes you have to buy the insurance but because of the exchanges and the fact that everyone will be buying, insurance will be much cheaper.(supply and demand works well here) The states that have already started the exchanges are reporting a significant savings in insurance costs.
As for the lower incomes, the insurance cost will be offset with credits (most minimum wage workers will get it for free).
The economy is stable, but yes there is much room for improvement. If the republicans would just get out of the way instead of wasting time taking useless votes they KNOW cannot pass, maybe we can work on repairing and rebuilding our infrastructure which would provide many FULL TIME jobs.
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Wal Mart's cutting their 40 hr a week employee's hours back to 35 hr's this fall. Doesn't that mean they don't have to pay insurance and just pay the fine? I know ,I work there and I don't make enough $$ to support myself on my own, make a car payment, pay some rent I still have to live with the parents. Now I'm paying attention to the shit we're in.
When the president ran the first time,didn't he say something about people having to double up in homes to have a place to live. Hell, if this what he meant, we are all screwed! Isn't this the way people had to live back in the 30's and 40's, get married and bring your bride home to mother and daddy?
Grandpa says everybody had to live in same house and had to get up before daylight and milk cows and slop hogs and raise big gardens and go dig and sell herbs to make enough to live on.And ,if you couldn't afford to go to Dr you cured yourself with your herbs you hunted down and dug or died. Women had their babies at home with no meds or Dr,just a mid wife. Grandpa says thats
what we are getting back to and people din't have long lives then.

Since: Dec 11

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#119883 Aug 29, 2013
Art wrote:
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Ol' con is hallucinating about socks
Must have been the scary clown reference I made once; they still have nightmares!
I used an Alinsky rule against them and created fear and confusion, LMAO! Henny Penny ran screaming!

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#119884 Aug 29, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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I've been on here one hell of a lot longer than you! all you post is hate and lies, you are going to stroke out before long and put us out of your misery! I will make you look like the fool you are everyday, because it's easy, and I enjoy it!
The only person you make a fool of daily, is yourself.

Mmmm. Cherry slurpee.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#119885 Aug 29, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
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Must have been the scary clown reference I made once; they still have nightmares!
I used an Alinsky rule against them and created fear and confusion, LMAO! Henny Penny ran screaming!
You live in a great big imaginary world.

Is it pastel colored?

Since: Dec 11

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#119886 Aug 29, 2013
Sunny wrote:
<quoted text>Don't listen to the that Broad Calvin she's just try to make you into a little Devilish thing like she is.
That would make the chameleon how old when he made this batch of poison?

http://www.topix.com/member/profile/akahotc

(read the posts and see how he has developed his thought processes)

Since: Dec 11

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#119887 Aug 29, 2013
Sunny wrote:
<quoted text>DON'T go there Calvin your only 14 an its not nice to get potty mouth with your elders.
Hey does your mommy and daddy know your here on topixxx Mr. Coolish.
His former alias (how old was he writing stuff like this?:

http://www.bdlive.co.za/world/mideast/2013/08...

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#119888 Aug 29, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
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That would make the chameleon how old when he made this batch of poison?
http://www.topix.com/member/profile/akahotc
(read the posts and see how he has developed his thought processes)
thanks for the memories, Ari...I was just a lad way back then
in March
funny shit tho

Since: Dec 11

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#119890 Aug 29, 2013
ILoveitHere wrote:
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You live in a great big imaginary world.
Is it pastel colored?
Yours is a veritable cornucopia of glitter/unicorns/hope/change.. .
mine is based upon reality.

How's Iraq doing since the Dimoctrats made the decision to pull out? I'm glad all that oil we got (the soul reason we declared war?) has brought down the price of gasoline and diesel.

http://www.bdlive.co.za/world/mideast/2013/08...

Since: Dec 11

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#119891 Aug 29, 2013
Calvin_Coolish wrote:
<quoted text>thanks for the memories, Ari...I was just a lad way back then
in March
funny shit tho
...of 2011!

Since: Dec 11

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#119893 Aug 29, 2013
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Your lies are too many for you to keep up with Chameleon!

Since: Dec 11

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#119895 Aug 29, 2013
...and maybe you should have tried using an avatar for this account that did not lead anyone to the old name.

Foot say hello to your old friend @$$ once again!
General Robert E Lee

Johnson City, TN

#119896 Aug 29, 2013
ILoveitHere wrote:
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The only person you make a fool of daily, is yourself.
Mmmm. Cherry slurpee.
Mos zibby, Koos!
rwb

Van Wert, OH

#119897 Aug 29, 2013
The Associated Press State & Local Wire
July 4, 2008 Friday 4:11 PM GMT
Black Republican group uses MLK to promote itself
BYLINE: By BRENDAN FARRINGTON, AP Political Writer
SECTION: STATE AND REGIONAL
LENGTH: 724 words
DATELINE: TALLAHASSEE Fla.
A black Republican group has put up billboards in Florida and South Carolina saying the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was a Republican, a claim that black leaders say is ridiculous.
The National Black Republican Association has paid for billboards showing an image of the civil rights leader and the words "Martin Luther King Jr. was REPUBLICAN." Told about the billboards, the Rev. Joseph Lowery let out a soft chuckle that grew stronger as he began to think more about the idea.
"These guys never give up, do they?" said Lowery, who co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference with King. "Lord have mercy."
Seven billboards have gone up in six Florida counties, and another in Orangeburg, S.C., said Frances Rice, the group's chairwoman. Part of the group's mission is to highlight what she said is the Democratic Party's racist past.
"I knew the King family well. We were all Republicans," said Rice, 64. "There was no way Dr. King would have wanted to be in the party of the Ku Klux Klan."
Her assertion angered state Rep. Joe Gibbons, a Democrat who chairs the Florida Legislative Black Caucus.
"Nobody knew who was leading the Ku Klux Klan, they had sheets over their heads. Was she at the cross burning meetings?" Gibbons said with a disgust that was just as strong when he talked about the billboards. "To make a statement like that is ridiculous. To make a claim without presenting proof is bogus."
The King Center in Atlanta says there is no proof that King was ever a Republican. Rice stands by her claim. She said she was asked by The King Center to take down the billboards, but she refused.
"I said,'If you want us to stop, sue us.' But they don't want to come into court because they know they'll have to tell the truth," Rice said.
The National Black Republican Association was criticized two years ago for running radio ads in Ohio and Maryland with a similar message. Rice said the group plans more radio ads in the areas where the billboards are up, as well as a mail campaign. It also sells T-shirts and buttons with the message.
In Tampa, Clarissa Robinson, sat in her car directly under the billboard and looked up at it.
"Why'd they put that up there?" said Robinson, 22, who is black and a Democrat. "So nobody (will) vote for (Democrat Barack) Obama. They're trying to make us vote for the other guy."
At the nearby gas station, Devoney Karvonen, 30, a white Republican, said she thought the billboard was offensive.
"I don't know the reason they would put that up," she said. "I don't think it's right. You're obviously lying about something and you shouldn't be."
rwb

Van Wert, OH

#119898 Aug 29, 2013
Lowery, who knew King well, said there is no reason why anyone would think King was a Republican. He said King most certainly voted for President Kennedy, and the only time he openly talked about politics was when he criticized Republican Barry Goldwater during the 1964 presidential campaign.
"That was not the Martin I know and I don't think they can substantiate that by any shape, form or fashion. It's purely propaganda and poppycock," Lowery said. "Even if he was, he would have nothing to do with what the Republican Party stands for today. Do they think Martin would support George W. Bush and the war in Iraq?"
In "The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.," which was published after his death from his written material and records, King called the Republican national convention that nominated Goldwater a "frenzied wedding ... of the KKK and the radical right."
"The Republican Party geared its appeal and program to racism, reaction, and extremism," King said in the book.
In a statement released through the King Center, Martin Luther King III said, "It is disingenuous to imply that my father was a Republican. He never endorsed any presidential candidate, and there is certainly no evidence that he ever even voted for a Republican. It is even more outrageous to suggest that he would support the Republican Party of today, which has spent so much time and effort trying to suppress African American votes in Florida and many other states."
The Republican Party of Florida refused to discuss the billboards, and Florida's only black Republican lawmaker, Rep. Jennifer Carroll of Jacksonville, didn't return a call seeking comment.
Rice said her Sarasota, Fla.-based group started in 2005 with five members and now has 1,000 members in 48 states.

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