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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 256553 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.

“A proud Kentuckian ”

Since: Aug 13

At Your Mama's House

#131034 Oct 24, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
CRUZ is not 'qualified' by nationality
to be president ...
Tho I FEEL he would be a GREAT one!
You dwIdioTs can NOT SEE
when you're being
PLAYED
like
a
Five String Quartet!
)8~D>
How is that?
He is doing, or trying to do exactly what we want.
Seems to me you guys are the ones being played.
Cruz told the party what to do and they followed him right down the drain.
If I didn't know better I would suspect Cruz of being a secret Democrat. Before he came along the thought of Republicans losing the majority of the house was a pipe dream. Now, not only is it possible, but because of Cruz, it is PROBABLE.
Democrats couldn't have asked for a better scenario. We owe Cruz big time! ;-)
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#131035 Oct 24, 2013
Like the ones on here..

The Tea Party’s Infatuation with Ted Cruz Proves What Ignorant Hypocrites They Truly Are

When it comes to many antics from the Republican party, I often find myself uttering the phrase,“You just can’t make this up.” This is often in response to some situation or comment being pushed by Republicans that often reeks of total irony or absolute hypocrisy.

Let’s go back to 2008 when President Obama was just a presidential candidate. It was at that time “birthers” began to emerge, claiming he had no right to be President of the United States. As we all know, these people ranted on continuously about his “fake” birth certificates,“fake” birth announcements and their claim that he was ineligible to run for president because the “overwhelming facts” proved that he was indeed born in Kenya.

All of this, of course, was absurd. To believe that President Obama somehow had the power to fake birth certificates, birth announcements and fool every federal agency we have that can verify someone’s eligibility to become president is so laughable I was actually a bit surprised the “movement” became as popular as it was—and honestly still is.

Well, not surprised as much as I just can’t grasp that level of stupidity. And sadly, there is still a good portion of the Republican party (mainly tea party Republicans) who believe President Obama isn’t eligible to be president.

But for the sake of argument, let’s assume President Obama was born in Kenya to a Kenyan father. His mother is still an American citizen which makes him a “natural born” American by right—and eligible to be president.

Now enter Ted Cruz. Someone who was undoubtedly born in Canada, to a father that isn’t an American, but whose mother is.

In other words, the exact same situation tea party Republicans have claimed makes President Obama ineligible to be the president.

Only, as it stands now, Ted Cruz is a front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination. Not only that, but he’s also extremely popular with tea party Republicans.

So, many of the same people who to this day still don’t believe President Obama has a right to be president, are the biggest cheerleaders of a man they want to run for president—whose citizenship would be granted by the exact situation which they claim makes President Obama ineligible.

It’s like when, after years and years of campaigning against “Obamacare,” Republicans chose the one candidate for president who actually signed into law almost the exact same healthcare law while he was governor of Massachusetts. In fact,“Obamacare” is more or less an identical healthcare law.

The best comedy writers couldn’t come up with a better joke.

“After years of saying Barack Obama was born in Kenya, therefore ineligible to be president, tea party Republicans turn to Ted Cruz—a man who was born in Canada.”

Oh, and as an added kicker, Cruz’s father is an immigrant from a socialist country.

Which isn’t a big deal to those of us who use logic, of course. But hell, if Obama having a father who was Muslim somehow makes him a Muslim, imagine if he had a father that came from a socialist country?

Well, Cruz does.

It’s just irony you couldn’t make up if you tried.
Tea party Republicans, who have attacked President Obama for years and accused him of not being born in the United States — now want a man who was born in Canada to run for president.

http://www.forwardprogressives.com/the-tea-pa...

RIP TEABAGGER GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#131036 Oct 24, 2013
Healthcare.gov ’s Glitchy Launch Is Not Unique, Something The ‘Liberal’ Media Forgot To Mention

George Bush’s Medicare drug plan had computer problems, too. So what?

Major new government initiatives always begin with major kinks. This is not new. It is for this reason that the response to the healthcare.gov website glitches is so disconcerting. It is expected that the Right Wing Tea Party sect of the Republican Party would use the buggy website as a launch pad for new attacks. Sadly but not surprisingly, the left has been just as bad. What is worst is that they have adopted some of the same attacks on government in their narrative. It is as if they feel a need to cower to the Right Wing for their criticisms after the government shutdown.

Maybe we should all take a deep breath. Maybe we should all review the histories of many successful programs.

The Social Security Act of 1935 had a big problem. They had to reach 26 million people in less than a year. Too many people had the same name. They needed some network to reach people. A management expert was brought in who said it was impossible for the government to run the program.

The 1936 Republican Presidential nominee called the Social Security program a “cruel hoax” and a “fraud on the workingman.” He said it would not live up to its promises. Sounds familiar?

The management expert, Harry Hoff, was told to get back to work and come up with a solution. The solution was ingenious. They created a unique social security number that coincides with one’s location. Postal workers at 45,000 post offices were then used to distribute applications. Unforeseen problems were solved.

SSI had computer issues like healthcare.gov .

CONtinued:

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#131037 Oct 24, 2013
CONtinued:

The Supplemental Security Income program (SSI) had similar problems. They had computer problems that delayed signups to the program. In 1976, only 4.3 million people had signed up when an estimated 7.2 million were eligible. Sounds familiar?

Medicare Drug Plan had healthcare.gov type issues.

On January 11th, 2006 NPR reported the following about President Bush’s new Medicare Drug Plan.
Medicare’s new prescription drug benefit is off to a rocky start. Dozens of plans, overloaded computers and an entirely new system have left seniors nationwide scratching their heads. The problems are particularly serious for the 6.5 million low-income Americans who get both Medicare and Medicaid — and whose Medicaid drug coverage ended Dec. 31.

Turns out the computer system was providing incorrect prices for prescriptions. Pharmacist would be on the phone for hours trying to contact Medicare. They resorted to turning people away or giving them a few pills to tie them over.

These examples are not provided as an excuse for the Obama administration’s failure to produce a less buggy healthcare.gov . It is not meant to minimize the potential real problems both in the user interface and the backend. It is made to illustrate that big rollouts are more likely than not to have big problems. Ultimately the problems are resolved and the good of the program realized.

The Obama administration bears the ultimate blame for the faulty rollout. However, the concerted effort of Republican governors to sabotage Obamacare must be considered the genesis. The expectation was that each state would run their exchanges. When most Republican governors whose states were capable, neglected their duties, additional burdens were placed on the design of healthcare.gov .

Healthcare.gov is a complex piece of software. It depends on computers communicating with different federal databases, private databases from insurance companies, state databases and state regulations, and much more. Additionally it must understand different types of households, eligibility, and financial statuses. The permutations that occur in effectively giving one person or one family insurance are enormous.
Many have said the launching should have been delayed. It is easy to say that if one is insured.

For the millions who need help now, that is not an option. When the president says Obamacare is not a website he is correct. Obamacare is an affordable health insurance program. The website is one form of access to that program. There is also access by phone, mail, and through in-person navigators.

Your “liberal” media hard at work
Reporting on the healthcare.gov problems is another illustration of an incompetent traditional media. The parts of Obamacare that affects most or every American go under-reported, or completely unreported. No more rescission. No more lifetime caps. Children up to 26 can remain on their parents’ policies. Reduced drug cost for seniors.

An end to pre-existing conditions and a host of other consumer protections are in effect.

Another little tidbit often ignored by the “liberal” mainstream media? State run exchanges are enrolling people just fine (e.g., New York, California, Kentucky, Washington, etc.)
The narrative from the mainstream media fails to reflect that while healthcare.gov is buggy, it is functional. They fail to give the narrative that had America settled on a single payer system, the complexities and inefficiencies would be nonexistent. Their biggest failure is that by not giving historical context to the rollout, they are scaring many Americans. These are Americans that finally saw a government working for them.

Healthcare.gov will be fixed. Just like every glitchy rollout before it. How will you know when that happens? The “liberal” media will immediately stop discussing it. Controversy sells and a working government program isn’t “news.”

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/10/24/healt...

bye, bye

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
American Lady

Danville, KY

#131038 Oct 24, 2013
Newport Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
How is that?
He is doing, or trying to do exactly what we want.
Seems to me you guys are the ones being played.
Cruz told the party what to do and they followed him right down the drain.
If I didn't know better I would suspect Cruz of being a secret Democrat. Before he came along the thought of Republicans losing the majority of the house was a pipe dream. Now, not only is it possible, but because of Cruz, it is PROBABLE.
Democrats couldn't have asked for a better scenario. We owe Cruz big time! ;-)
NO CHECKS, NO BALANCE
Exclusive: Erik Rush[yikes!- a Black man] hits Republicans for 'coming down on the side of a communist'

This week I had a chat, as it were, with a prominent pundit with whom every reader is probably familiar. Although this person is unabashedly liberal, I was still somewhat mortified at how far he was still willing to go in his defense of the Obama administration in light of recent developments.

While some liberals have come to acknowledge that the new health-care program (Obamacare) rollout has been a multi-craft commercial airliner disaster, the president has engaged in overreach with regard to his foreign policy, and that his economic policy is at least wanting, this fellow had an excuse –

or a deluded interpretation – for absolutely everything:

President Obama’s poll numbers are great, Americans think Sen. Ted Cruz is a fool, and the tea party is on its way out.[delusional :)]

The president is in violation of Article III, section 3, clause 1, of the U.S. Constitution; this clearly states that the giving of aid and comfort to the enemy is a treasonable offense. With a wave of his hand, Obama waived that law and is now supplying weapons to al-Qaida and Muslim Brotherhood jihadists in Syria anyway. Then there’s the host of unconstitutional executive orders and under-reported crimes about which Congress remains mute.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/10/no-checks-no-balan...

CACKLE

;~)

“A proud Kentuckian ”

Since: Aug 13

At Your Mama's House

#131039 Oct 24, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
You 'seem'
jealous ...
[shrugs]
I have many on here ...
In case you hadn't noticed ...
And NO ...
They are NOT 'my' socks ...
.
.
.
b 4 u
accuse me ...
BEFORE YOU ACCUSE ME
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =NoP8f2JWFt4XX
Of course I'm jealous of such cool friends.
They know all the big words and stuff!
Don't worry deary, I would never accuse you of anything. Especially if it requires thought.

“A proud Kentuckian ”

Since: Aug 13

At Your Mama's House

#131040 Oct 24, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
NO CHECKS, NO BALANCE
Exclusive: Erik Rush[yikes!- a Black man] hits Republicans for 'coming down on the side of a communist'
This week I had a chat, as it were, with a prominent pundit with whom every reader is probably familiar. Although this person is unabashedly liberal, I was still somewhat mortified at how far he was still willing to go in his defense of the Obama administration in light of recent developments.
While some liberals have come to acknowledge that the new health-care program (Obamacare) rollout has been a multi-craft commercial airliner disaster, the president has engaged in overreach with regard to his foreign policy, and that his economic policy is at least wanting, this fellow had an excuse –
or a deluded interpretation – for absolutely everything:
President Obama’s poll numbers are great, Americans think Sen. Ted Cruz is a fool, and the tea party is on its way out.[delusional :)]
The president is in violation of Article III, section 3, clause 1, of the U.S. Constitution; this clearly states that the giving of aid and comfort to the enemy is a treasonable offense. With a wave of his hand, Obama waived that law and is now supplying weapons to al-Qaida and Muslim Brotherhood jihadists in Syria anyway. Then there’s the host of unconstitutional executive orders and under-reported crimes about which Congress remains mute.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/10/no-checks-no-balan...
CACKLE
;~)
{{YAWN}}
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#131041 Oct 24, 2013
Chris Hayes Blows Apart ‘Obamacare Kills Jobs’ Lies (VIDEO)

We are all well aware of the Obamacare lies and misinformation. The big one; Obamacare kills jobs.

Everyone remember Hannity’s big fail? He featured three families claiming to be hurt by Obamacare. It turns out all three would be helped by Obamacare.

Of course there are many other lies that are easy to dispel. Obamacare is a government takeover of healthcare? That lie is easily dispelled since insurance is provided by the private sector.

Medical services are provided by private hospitals and doctors. That is in no way a government takeover.

Obamacare gets between you and your doctor? Really? The reality is that your private insurance is the one that does that. They tell you what drug you can use. They tell you which doctor you can see. They tell you which hospital you can go to.
The other big lie is that Obamacare kills jobs.

The narrative from the Republicans is that Obamacare kills jobs by creating a job market of part time work. Obamacare requires that companies with over 50 employees provide insurance to employees working over 30 hours per week. Their theory is that that would cause employers near 50 to stay below 50 workers. They also assume employees would be kept below 30 hours per week.

For a party that claims to be business savvy they miss an important point. Companies hire to maximize profits. Taxes and health insurance are costs of doing business just like any other cost.

If it is not burdensome enough to stunt a marginal profit increase, hiring will occur.

In the aggregate, everyone pays for the uninsured.

As such, total employment is affected whether it is paid for by the employer or through the economy by the taxpayer. Those dollars are redirected to healthcare and away from other goods and services.

The jobs report came out today and the ‘Obamacare Kills Jobs’ lie was completely dispelled.

Involuntary part time jobs declined (also see WSJ & Politifact). This has been occurring for over a year even as Obamacare is being rolled out.
Chris Hayes did an excellent roundup below on this lie.

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/10/23/chris...

Keep spinning and lying. When it is a total success you loser lemmings will be throwing yourselves off the cliff. bye, bye CONS

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
American Lady

Danville, KY

#131042 Oct 24, 2013
Newport Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Of course I'm jealous of such cool friends.
They know all the big words and stuff!
Don't worry deary, I would never accuse you of anything. Especially if it requires thought.
Especially if it requires thought... said ng ...

I 'know'
CUZ
you're 'incapable of 'rational' thought

;~)
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#131043 Oct 24, 2013
CNN Poll: GOP & tea party unfavorables at all-time highs

Washington (CNN)- A new national poll provides more evidence of the political hit the Republican Party, the tea party movement, and House Speaker John Boehner took over the government shutdown.

According to a CNN/ORC International survey released Tuesday, 64% of Americans say they have an unfavorable view of the GOP, an all-time high dating back to 1992 when CNN first asked the question. Only three in 10 say they hold a favorable view of the party.

Fifty-six percent say they have an unfavorable view of the tea party movement, another record high in CNN polling. Only 28% say they see the 4-year-old grassroots conservative movement in a positive light.

The Democratic Party's 43%-51% favorable/unfavorable ratings are basically unchanged from late last month, just before the start of the shutdown.

No. 2 House Democrat says easy for Republicans to lose control of the House

The poll was conducted Friday through Sunday, following the end of the 16-day government shutdown, which was sparked by a push by conservative Republican lawmakers in Congress to attach provisions dismantling or defunding the national health care law to must-pass bills to fund the government.

The Democratic-controlled Senate, with the backing of the White House, refused to consider any bills that weakened the Affordable Care Act, which is President Barack Obama's signature domestic achievement. The standoff resulted in the first government shutdown in 17 years.

Speaker Boehner's image takes hit
Boehner told House Republicans at the end of the shutdown that "we fought the good fight. We just didn't win."

A defeated GOP wants to unite, move on, fight another day

But the poll suggests he's not winning the hearts and minds of a majority of Americans. Boehner's unfavorable rating now stands at 55%, up from 48% in late September.

"This is the first time the Speaker has been disliked by a majority of Americans," says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "Boehner's counterpart on the Senate side, Majority Leader Harry Reid, actually saw his unfavorable rating drop a bit in the aftermath of the shutdown."
Boehner's favorable rating dropped nine percentage points among Republicans and eight points among conservatives.

Cruz's favorable ratings tumble
The poll indicates Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell, who along with Reid negotiated the deal to end the shutdown, with a 23% favorable rating and a 42% unfavorable rating. McConnell's favorable rating is down four points from before the shutdown, with his unfavorable numbers up three points.

McConnell, who is up for re-election next year and is facing a conservative primary challenge, has a 41%-22% favorable/unfavorable rating among Republicans, but his numbers drop to 34%-36% among conservatives.

McConnell plunged 11 points among Republicans and ten points among conservatives since late last month.

Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, who was one of the ringmasters of the push to couple the dismantling Obamacare to funding the government, saw his favorable rating fall seven-points, to 23%, with his unfavorable rating jumping six-points to 42%. Cruz 's favorable rating dropped 12 points among Republicans and ten points among conservatives.
Cruz: Senate Republicans are 'single-most damaging thing' for the GOP in 2014

What about Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton kept an extremely low profile during the shutdown crisis. Her ratings stand at 59%-37% in the new poll, basically unchanged from May, when CNN last asked Americans opinions on the former secretary of state and possible 2016 Democratic presidential hopeful.

More than nine in 10 Democrats see Clinton in a favorable light, as do Independents by a 53%-42% margin, but more than seven in 10 Republicans have an unfavorable view of the former first lady and Senator from New York.

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/10/...

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Uncle Tab

Jonesborough, TN

#131045 Oct 24, 2013
my friend republiCONS, is all fired up after an afternoon on the donkey ranch!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#131046 Oct 24, 2013
WASHINGTON POST: FAMILY RELATIONS BETWEEN MEDIA, OBAMA OFFICIALS DOES NOT AFFECT COVERAGE

Let's start by going through the Post's article to create a list of journalists married to or closely related to officials within the Obama administration.

The size and scope of this is bad enough. But what is most troubling is how high up this incest occurs in the worlds of both the media and the Obama administration:

-ABC News President Ben Sherwood, who is the brother of Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, a top national-security adviser to President Obama.

-His counterpart at CBS, news division president --David Rhodes, is the brother of Benjamin Rhodes, a key foreign-policy specialist.

-CNN’s deputy Washington bureau chief, Virginia Moseley, is married to Tom Nides, who until earlier this year was deputy secretary of state under Hillary Rodham Clinton.

-White House press secretary Jay Carney’s wife is Claire Shipman, a veteran reporter for ABC.

-NPR’s White House correspondent, Ari Shapiro, is married to a lawyer, Michael Gottlieb, who joined the White House counsel’s office in April.

-The Post’s Justice Department reporter, Sari Horwitz, is married to William B. Schultz, the general counsel of the Department of Human Services.

-[VP] Biden’s current communications director, Shailagh Murray (a former Post congressional reporter), is married to Neil King, one of the Wall Street Journal’s top political reporters.

This list doesn't even include those dating and sleeping together. And if you've seen "House of Cards," you know it's Caligula up there.

Naturally, the Post, and those in media interviewed for the article, all claim that none of this in any way affects their coverage of the Obama administration.

And you know what -- I believe them.

Our media would be just as corrupt, just as unwilling to dig into scandals, just as obsessed with The War On The WomanParts and gay marriage; just as dishonest, partisan, and lazy were no one in any way related to top officials within the Obama administration.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journalism/2013/...

Snidely70448
The photo from "Deliverance" is a nice touch.

bluesdoc70
The media, like the rule of law and everything else in Washington is little more than an open sewer and Americans see it and smell it. Some care. Most don't.

LeslieSusan
I am old enough to remember when journalists joining the government, or a member of government joining a network was the cause of extreme consternation. House of Cards is a good analogy, especially the original 3 part series starring Ian Richardson, House of Cards, To Play the King and The Final Cut. Nobody could surpass Richardson for playing the corrupt, smiling malignantly, evil character. Playing Machiavelian was Ian's stock in trade.

Don Nicholas
No, not at all. It just happens that there's a flow of favorable coverage and convenient leaks, not to mention overlooked stories. Media is dead, it's an extension of progressive goals.

~-~

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#131047 Oct 24, 2013
Newport Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
You've seem to have made a little friend.
Good for you!:-D
AL and Ari have always been friends. Besties!

:-D
American Lady

Danville, KY

#131049 Oct 24, 2013
ILoveitHere wrote:
<quoted text>
AL and Ari have always been friends. Besties!
:-D
Little do you know ...
poxiSTANny

...

BUT
that IS why you dislike me ...
delusional ...

uh huh

)8~D>
Jay

Springville, TN

#131050 Oct 24, 2013
Just a reminder.

**********

The Quote of the Decade:

“The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the US Government cannot pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend on ongoing financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our Government's reckless fiscal policies. Increasing America's debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that, "the buck stops here". Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better".

~ Senator Barack H. Obama, March 2006

Spoken by a man that raised America's debt accumulated over a span of 230 years by 50% in a mere THREE years!!!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#131051 Oct 24, 2013
er maybe
it's
because
'tofy'
and
"I"

were pm buds ...

;~)

Then I talked to him
'bout a lil thing
called

*loyalty*

;~)

He's SOoooo 'strong' on that ...

ha ha ha ...
Uncle Tab

Jonesborough, TN

#131052 Oct 24, 2013
ILoveitHere wrote:
<quoted text>
AL and Ari have always been friends. Besties!
:-D
Ilih, did you know Mohammad had relations with sheep?

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#131053 Oct 24, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Little do you know ...
poxiSTANny
...
BUT
that IS why you dislike me ...
delusional ...
uh huh
)8~D>
Nah-uh. You make it very easy to dislike you by posting racist and bigoted articles and comments constantly. Once in a striped blue moon your lunacy seems almost endearing but then you'll post some off the wall, indirect or direct insult toward any race, religion or creed not your own... And I'm like.. O_O You make it easy AL.

And you and Ari have been in a sick co-dependent, mother- son -lovers, secret woof woof relationship for as long as I've been around, so it's pretty easy to see when you're playing together.

Of course I could be wrong, but you know I'm not.

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#131054 Oct 24, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
Ilih, did you know Mohammad had relations with sheep?
No Ari, I did not know that. I'll have to ask about that.
Uncle Tab

Jonesborough, TN

#131055 Oct 24, 2013
ILoveitHere wrote:
<quoted text>
No Ari, I did not know that. I'll have to ask about that.
I’m not ARI, you stinking Palestinian trash! I’m Uncle Tab!

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