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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 239258 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: May 13

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#134151 Nov 12, 2013
We are the democrats and anybody that disagrees with us is a stupid moronic idiotic racist bigot so just STFU and sit back and watch because you will never win another election ever!!!!

We are the smartest people to ever to walk the planet so just get over it!!!

And remember,
Vote democrat!!!
an old Vet

United States

#134153 Nov 12, 2013
I agree

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#134154 Nov 12, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Obamacare Cancels Coverage for 66,000 Tennesseans
Romney won Tennessee so it serves them right, maybe next time they will not be so stupid and vote for the LOSER!

Democrats, the party of acceptance & tolerance!!

STFU all of you losers!!!

WooHoo Democrats!!
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#134155 Nov 12, 2013
Line them up while they eat their own hahaha

Rick Santorum Hits Chris Christie, Ted Cruz 2016 Talk

Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) subtly jabbed New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas)-- both seen as potential 2016 presidential candidates -- during a stop in Iowa.

Santorum spoke with reporters in West Des Moines while promoting "The Christmas Candle," the first movie from his company EchoLight Studios. When asked about Christie's 2016 chances, Santorum wouldn't comment directly on the Garden State governor, but he did say conservative voters can "do a pretty good job" at analyzing what Republican lawmakers "will fight for."

“What they’ve fought for and what they haven’t fought for are good indicators of what they will fight for,” Santorum said, according to the Des Moines Register.“All that is fair game and one thing I know is the people of Iowa do a pretty good job analyzing it.”

Santorum's not the first Republican to downplay Christie's recent gubernatorial win as a positive sign for 2016. Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) have also downplayed Christie's success.

While in Iowa, Santorum also laughed off a question about Cruz, noting that there were a series of frontrunners -- including himself -- for the GOP nomination in 2012 before Mitt Romney was eventually chosen to run.

"I just sort of roll my eyes and say,'I have been there,'" Santorum said. "A lot of things can happen between now and then. I am a very patient man, as are the people of this country."

Santorum has criticized Cruz before, saying in October the Texas Senator "did more harm" than good with his attempt to defund the Affordable Care Act.

Santorum, who fought for the GOP nomination in the 2012 election, has said he's "open" to a 2016 presidential run.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/12/rick...

PRICELESS...feast away teabagger CONS. lol

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
laundry day

Cub Run, KY

#134156 Nov 12, 2013
whiehair wrote:
What most Americans want? Better go back and find the polls about Obama Care on this one. Even Clinton now admits most Americans liked the policy they had and want to keep. He also suggests that Obama should keep his promises made to the American people!
It I very apparent you only listen to the speil of the Party about what Republicans want or wish to have and do. You have no clue as to reality on this one.
Whitey was so busy changing socks......he put one on with a hole in it!!!! Bahahahaha
laundry day

Cub Run, KY

#134157 Nov 12, 2013
an old Vet wrote:
I agree
who'da thunk it
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#134158 Nov 12, 2013
GOP wants to solve its “woman problem” by rebranding its war on women

A new firm geared at attracting single women voters to the GOP is probably going to fail in its mission

Three women in Virginia have started a consulting firm to help the Republican Party appeal to women voters, which seems like it will be a real challenge since the Republican Party is terrible on the issues that many women care about.

The women behind the firm — two Mitt Romney 2012 campaign alums and a Republican pollster — launched Burning Glass Consulting because they “want to get smarter about how we communicate the Republican message specifically to women,” Katie Packer Gage, a former deputy campaign manager for Romney, explained to the New York Times.“Certainly there are challenges with other demographic groups, but women represent 53 percent of the electorate.”

But better messaging will do little to save the party from its core platform, which the Times frames as an opinion held only by Democratic strategists, but really just seems like common sense. The GOP has for years been buttering its bread with increasingly extreme positions on contraception, abortion, voting rights and other issues that negatively impact and alienate single women voters — the group Burning Glass would most like to reach.

“There were something like 53 million unmarried women eligible to vote in 2012, but on campaigns you don’t hear a specific strategy discussed of ‘How are we going to reach unmarried women?’” said Gage.

The firm seems to think that Democrats have just gotten very good at framing the Republican Party as hostile to women, which misses the point that the Republican Party is actually very hostile to women.

When you have the chairwoman of the Republican Women’s Policy Committee laughing on Fox News about how women should have to shoulder the financial burden of maternity coverage alone because a man “has never delivered a baby,” you know the problem isn’t about messaging.

When you have a state attorney general wondering aloud why God hasn’t punished the United States for guaranteeing women their constitutional right to abortion care, you know the problem isn’t about messaging.

As Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, noted last week after single women helped defeat Ken Cuccinelli in Virginia,“The lesson for candidates in 2014 is unmistakable: Dismiss and demean women at your peril.”

http://www.salon.com/2013/11/12/gop_wants_to_...

hahaha, try and try again and those CONS still can't "rebrand" their two parties. Those 53% of women will NEVER vote for them. They know what they have voted on and know what they think of women in our country. Good luck with that. Won't happen. They will continue to their WAR ON WOMEN and Blacks, Hispanics, youth, etc......and will not win the White House for some time, if ever. They can't help themselves when it comes to overloading their sexist, racist, bigoted mentality. Works for me. bye bye teabagger CONS.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

stomp away whiny losers, looks like one of you foul mouths or banned losers are being removed. lol
OZombies

United States

#134159 Nov 12, 2013
Obobin Hood wrote:
<quoted text>
Romney won Tennessee so it serves them right, maybe next time they will not be so stupid and vote for the LOSER!
Democrats, the party of acceptance & tolerance!!
STFU all of you losers!!!
WooHoo Democrats!!
Obabbling idiot..."Obamacare cancells coverage for 66,000 Tennesseeans" but you blame Romney?
Y~O~U voted for the LOSER...woohooing monkey !!

LIBERALISM IS A PSYCHOSIS...!!
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#134160 Nov 12, 2013
PAY ATTENTION CHEMTRAIL SERB HAG

The Myth Of Socialism

Since President Obama took the oath of office it has become the rhetoric of the GOP that anything that doesn’t agree with them is “socialist” or “leading us towards socialism.” It seems, historically, that this is the tactic of the Republicans every time the Democrats propose policies (mainly health care reform) that they don’t agree with. The fallacy of their statements is that they have made them repeatedly throughout history, and America is still not a Socialist nation. Any time that the Republicans do not hold the Presidency, and cannot push their agenda, they resort to McCarthyism. Never once in our history has a President advocated for the complete Government take-over of all private industries. I have friends that identify as Socialist and they can’t believe that they are being so grossly misrepresented by the right-wing media. To Republicans, the term “Socialist” or “moving towards Socialism” has come to mean ANY industry involved with the Government. Republicans are also arguing that if you support any type of Government-run agency then you must be a socialist who supports a “nanny-state.” It’s very easy to compile a list of Presidents called “socialist” by their enemies for policies which did not agree with the Republicans.

President Obama is called a “socialist” for wanting to raise taxes on the wealthy, bailing out the auto-industry and for his health care bill.

President Clinton was called a “socialist” for wanting to take 60% of the budget surplus over the course of 15 years and put it towards Social Security, while investing a portion in the private sector. He was also a “socialist” for wanting to raise taxes and expand health care.

President Carter was called a “socialist” for creating the Department of Energy and the Department of Education, and for wanting to expand health care.

President Johnson and President Kennedy were called “socialist” for introducing The Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act, with President Johnson also a “socialist” for establishing Medicare and Medicaid.

President Truman was called a “socialist” for supporting “The Fair Deal”, and “The New Deal”, and for wanting to expand health care. His health care reform ideas have since been acknowledged as the inspiration for Medicare and Medicaid.

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was called a “socialist” for introducing “The New Deal”, and for proposing universal health care as part of the Social Security Act.

CONtinued:

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#134161 Nov 12, 2013
CONtinued:

Are you starting to see a pattern here? When I started to realize this pattern emerging that seems to target the Democratic leadership, I started wondering; “what do Republicans think socialism means?” So I decided to find out. I asked some Republicans how they personally define “socialism”. Here are some of the answers I got:

Ok, so what I can summarize from these responses and the others that I have received is that the common perception of “socialism” or “moving towards socialism” is when the Government is interfering in the private sector, as well as the actions of any agency that is funded by taxpayer money. I should make it clear that I’m not a proponent of socialism, and I don’t believe that Government should take over the private sector.

However, by Republicans’ definitions, the following parts of our society are “moving us towards ‘socialism’”:

Public roads, public utilities, public schools, public libraries, public pools, public beaches, the Armed Forces, Police Departments, Fire Departments, colleges, college sports teams, NASA, The Lawrence Livermore Institute, DARPA which created the internet, The Hoover Dam, Medicare, Social Security, all public roads, road signs, traffic lights, the FDA, the EPA, veteran’s hospitals, 911 service, Medicare, Medicaid, unemployment insurance, section 8 housing, food stamps, The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Smithsonian Institute, opera houses, and just about every other institution that you can think of that’s funded or maintained by taxpayer money. These are perfect examples of “redistribution of wealth” where industries are completely “socialized” or funded by taxpayer money.

When I shared this information with the Republicans I know, I got an unusual response. I was told that none of these industries are “socialized”, even though the Government controls these agencies, because they don’t produce any goods or services. Republicans will tell you that the Government is not capable of producing goods or services.

This is probably the most important part of this entire article. This is exactly what you can expect to hear if you ever confront Republican’s version of “socialism”. Here’s the fallacy in that statement. all of those agencies produce goods or services.

Regulatory agencies produce a regulatory service. The FDA regulates our food to make sure it’s healthy for human consumption. Without them we would have no regulations on food and drugs, and people would be much more likely to get sick and die from contaminated food products. The EPA protects our environment to make sure that corporations aren’t over-polluting and causing irreparable harm to our environment and health.

These services also create jobs because of the need for regulators. Would you trust companies to regulate themselves? For some reason most Republicans would, but to any rational person that is unreasonable.

The Armed Services. Police Departments, and Fire Departments provide vital services to our Country.
Public Roads are a product that is provided by the Government. If you ever drive anywhere then you are participating in what many believe to be the definition of “socialism”.

CONtinued:

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#134164 Nov 12, 2013
laundry day wrote:
<quoted text>
Whitey was so busy changing socks......he put one on with a hole in it!!!! Bahahahaha
LMAO too with the laundry sock day. Looks like they pulled some out they haven't worn in awhile. PRICELESS

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH THE SOCKS
&
DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#134165 Nov 12, 2013
Sarah Palin Comments On Chris Christie's 'Extreme' Physical Appearance,'Liberal' Pope Francis

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) said New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's physical appearance is an issue only because it's "extreme."

In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, Palin discussed her experience with sexism, saying former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has experienced the same. Palin said Clinton "was mistreated when it came to appearances," dealing with "petty, superficial things that men don't ever seem to hear much about, but a woman candidate will."

When Tapper pointed out that Christie's appearance is regularly scrutinized, Palin argued he's a special case.

"[I]t's been extreme, so it's hard for some people not to comment on it," Palin said.

Palin also discussed Pope Francis in her interview with Tapper, voicing concern over his more "liberal" statements.

"He's had some statements that to me sound kind of liberal, has taken me aback, has kind of surprised me," Palin said. "Unless I really dig deep into what his messaging is, and do my own homework, I’m not going to just trust what I hear in the media."

The former vice presidential hopeful is currently busy promoting her new book, "Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/12/sara...

She can't even leave the POPE alone because he tends to follow JESUS's teachings. Talk about a loser. Run little loser repukes, her fairy tale book is on sale today. Hurry, she needs your $$$$$

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#134167 Nov 12, 2013
Creepy Uncle Sam Parties With College Students To Slam Obamacare

Generation Opportunity, a Virginia-based, Koch brothers-backed organization that encourages young people not to sign up for Obamacare, is pulling out all the stops.

The group's six-figure campaign began with "Creepy Uncle Sam" television ads encouraging viewers not to "let the government play doctor." Now, the anti-Obamacare crusade has made its way to college football stadiums.

A crew of Generation Opportunity "brand ambassadors" -- whom communications director David Pasch described as "models with bull horns" -- arrived at a University of Miami-Virginia Tech tailgate party this past Saturday with "a fleet of Hummers, F-150s and Suburbans." They set up beer pong tables and ordered 75 pizzas for a crowd of 250 tailgaters.

"Oh yeah, and we educated students about their health care options outside the expensive and creepy Obamacare exchanges," Pasch said in an email to the Tampa Bay Times.

Creepy Uncle Sam made it to the party, too.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/12/cree...

Typical coch bros repuke tactic. Funny thing is most of those college students are probably still using their parents insurance coverage guaranteed under OBAMACARE.

You repukes should be ashamed to use a creepy Uncle Sam like the commercials a few weeks back to further their agenda to keep the $$$$$ rolling in to BIG CORPS and railroad the healthcare for millions of Americans.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Since: May 11

London, UK

#134168 Nov 12, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Hush or we'll let the Germans have you next time.
Yes...it began in 39', as I recall you didn't arrive until 43.

Still...I'm sure you'll be right on time for the next one......

Since: May 11

London, UK

#134169 Nov 12, 2013
an old Vet wrote:
<quoted text> One day maybe they will learn. US is the Free World. Who helped save the whole World during the world wars. 2 of them. How soon they forget.
Not that old are you...your grasp of history is very very weak.
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#134170 Nov 12, 2013
ARISOCKdumbASS wrote:
<quoted text>
You posted all day, and with your continued posts.(How can we be so blessed), Can't you see everyone hates you? Are you really that stupid? You are a JOKE!
hahaha, and I will post all night if I want to. I know it is too many facts for your soupy brain to comprehend since nothing that you post is significant. Just trash talk and insults like all your socks. You repukes are the only ones that hate me for posting facts, not fiction/fantasies and I could careless, carry on. Everyone, including your minions know YOU are the biggest JOKE on here and ALL your minion loons are the ones that are STUPID and uniformed. Keep reading them for a clear picture of the CONS and you will be BLESSED. hahaha fo loser circus clown sock

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH THE SOCKS
&
DITCH MITCH

Since: May 11

London, UK

#134174 Nov 12, 2013
obamaisadumbASS wrote:
<quoted text>
You are good at geting people banned, I notice you have never had me banned, LIKE YOU SAID YOU WOULD! I do have your IP address, and will post it if you think I'm bluffing, It really isn't that hard, if you know how! WOULD YOU LIKE ME TO SHOW YOU? Everyone has been sick of you and your big mouth for a long time. All you have got do to say word, big talker? Or you have the option to SHUT UP?
Oh please show me my IP address. I'd be so interested Mr 1337 Haxxor.

I'll even start you off 90 207 ......

Then tell me what exactly you're going to do with it...dullard.

Since: May 11

London, UK

#134175 Nov 12, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
hahaha, and I will post all night if I want to. I know it is too many facts for your soupy brain to comprehend since nothing that you post is significant. Just trash talk and insults like all your socks. You repukes are the only ones that hate me for posting facts, not fiction/fantasies and I could careless, carry on. Everyone, including your minions know YOU are the biggest JOKE on here and ALL your minion loons are the ones that are STUPID and uniformed. Keep reading them for a clear picture of the CONS and you will be BLESSED. hahaha fo loser circus clown sock
RIP GOP CONS
DITCH THE SOCKS
&
DITCH MITCH
Once the baby boomers are dead the GOP will go the same way of the 'selfish generation'. I have no idea why they don't replace that elephant with a dinosaur.

Since: May 11

London, UK

#134176 Nov 12, 2013
obamaisadumbASS wrote:
<quoted text>
Again, your little island may not have survived after WWI either? I have a rel good grasp on history, limey!
but not spelling...

WWI 1914-1918.

When was it you turned up for that one? 1917 wasn't it? After of course making immense profits from selling armaments to all sides.

You know that during WWII the Germans could not have bombed London without the fuel additives sold to them by Prescott Bush when he was working for the Union Bank and prosecuted under the 'Trading With the Enemy Act' so on behalf of the 43 thousand killed and 71 thousand injured civilians in the London bombings...I'd like to take this opportunity to say...thanks very much.

...and take a history class.
OZombies

San Diego, CA

#134177 Nov 12, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
PAY ATTENTION CHEMTRAIL SERB HAG
The Myth Of Socialism
Since President Obama took the oath of office it has become the rhetoric of the GOP that anything that doesn’t agree with them is “socialist” or “leading us towards socialism.” It seems, historically, that this is the tactic of the Republicans every time the Democrats propose policies (mainly health care reform) that they don’t agree with. The fallacy of their statements is that they have made them repeatedly throughout history, and America is still not a Socialist nation. Any time that the Republicans do not hold the Presidency, and cannot push their agenda, they resort to McCarthyism. Never once in our history has a President advocated for the complete Government take-over of all private industries. I have friends that identify as Socialist and they can’t believe that they are being so grossly misrepresented by the right-wing media. To Republicans, the term “Socialist” or “moving towards Socialism” has come to mean ANY industry involved with the Government. Republicans are also arguing that if you support any type of Government-run agency then you must be a socialist who supports a “nanny-state.” It’s very easy to compile a list of Presidents called “socialist” by their enemies for policies which did not agree with the Republicans.
President Obama is called a “socialist” for wanting to raise taxes on the wealthy, bailing out the auto-industry and for his health care bill.
President Clinton was called a “socialist” for wanting to take 60% of the budget surplus over the course of 15 years and put it towards Social Security, while investing a portion in the private sector. He was also a “socialist” for wanting to raise taxes and expand health care.
President Carter was called a “socialist” for creating the Department of Energy and the Department of Education, and for wanting to expand health care.
President Johnson and President Kennedy were called “socialist” for introducing The Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act, with President Johnson also a “socialist” for establishing Medicare and Medicaid.
President Truman was called a “socialist” for supporting “The Fair Deal”, and “The New Deal”, and for wanting to expand health care. His health care reform ideas have since been acknowledged as the inspiration for Medicare and Medicaid.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was called a “socialist” for introducing “The New Deal”, and for proposing universal health care as part of the Social Security Act.
CONtinued:
RIP GOP CONS
DITCH MITCH
PAY ATTENTION BROOM IN YOUR A** WITCH
and fly away LIBERAL EXTREMIST BIGOT...!!!!!!!
Your mother is a hag and you are not just stupid but easy too...piss off Mitch obsessed [B]ITCH!
I don't read your #### GARBAGE you dummy !!
LIBERALISM IS A PSYCHOSIS ...!!

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