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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 259073 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.

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#140986 Dec 21, 2013
The only way to solve the Medicare problem that is at currently 46% of all revenue collected by the IRS is to have it for everyone. A single payer system paid in based on income. Otherwise there is no way it can continue when the average worker paid in $88K to the system and uses up an average of $330K in a lifetime.
Medicare operates with an overhead of 6%. Less than half of any private insurance company.
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#140987 Dec 21, 2013
American Public Still Blames Bush for the Recession, Trusts Democrats More on Economy

According to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll half of America continues to blame President Bush for the period of economic despair he created and left for America’s next president to take care of. Five years after George W. stepped down, the survey demonstrates clearly why the Republican party has completely disowned the memory of the former president.

Meanwhile Democrats have essentially being doing the opposite.
With the Clinton family legacy driving their approval rating sky-high, it makes sense to remind Americans that the last period of prosperity was presided over by a Democratic president, Bill Clinton.

The survey also demonstrated fifty-percent of Americans share the belief President Bush is more responsible for the economic climate that created the 2008 financial crisis and recession than President Obama. Only 38 percent of Americans consider President Obama for responsible than President Bush, with 7 percent responding they hold them equally responsible for the plateau in prosperity.

In the past two years, the Washington Post-ABC News poll has barely budged, indicating that since early 2012 Americans have been pretty consistent in trailing the nation’s financial troubles back to the period of Republican leadership.

Since leaving the oval office in ill repute after steering the national economy directly into financial meltdown, and an ultimatum in the form of tax-payer funded bank bailout, former President Bush has been conspicuously absent from the public eye. Republicans have been more than happy to let him go, making it that much easier to plausibly deny any involvement in the current economic situation.

Bush’s personal approval numbers polled higher than his numbers over the economy. In a Fox News poll conducted last spring forty-nine percent of voters viewed him favorably, compared to Bill Clinton’s staggering 71 percent approval rating after joining President Obama on the campaign trail as one of his key supporters.

The former first lady doesn’t lag far behind either,

At the time of her indefinite hiatus from the political arena, 67 percent of Americans expressed favorable views of her in a Washington Post-ABC poll taken near the end of her tenure as Secretary of State. Clearly, the former first lady and political luminary is the Democratic parties’ anticipated frontrunner for the 2016 Presidential elections.

Should she decide to run.

The conclusions to be drawn are obvious, we can expect to see the Clinton family come out in support of the Democratic party during the 2014 congressional election cycle, just like we can expect not to hear any Republicans reminding Americans of what happened last time the country was presided over by their party.

Let’s hope America doesn’t forget.

Watch President Bush Address The Nation During the Economic Crisis:

http://www.occupydemocrats.com/american-publi...

Two Presidents for the votes of the FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT.

HILLARY 2016

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Hound

Shelbyville, IN

#140989 Dec 21, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Texas is turning blue just like Virginia just did. I hope we are next. You work on that green state too and we toke up in celebration. haha I don't think the GOP will hold that office for years to come, if ever.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Yep
ROTFL

Lansing, MI

#140990 Dec 21, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
American Public Still Blames Bush for the Recession, Trusts Democrats More on Economy
According to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll half of America continues to blame President Bush for the period of economic despair he created and left for America’s next president to take care of. Five years after George W. stepped down, the survey demonstrates clearly why the Republican party has completely disowned the memory of the former president.
Meanwhile Democrats have essentially being doing the opposite.
With the Clinton family legacy driving their approval rating sky-high, it makes sense to remind Americans that the last period of prosperity was presided over by a Democratic president, Bill Clinton.
The survey also demonstrated fifty-percent of Americans share the belief President Bush is more responsible for the economic climate that created the 2008 financial crisis and recession than President Obama. Only 38 percent of Americans consider President Obama for responsible than President Bush, with 7 percent responding they hold them equally responsible for the plateau in prosperity.
In the past two years, the Washington Post-ABC News poll has barely budged, indicating that since early 2012 Americans have been pretty consistent in trailing the nation’s financial troubles back to the period of Republican leadership.
Since leaving the oval office in ill repute after steering the national economy directly into financial meltdown, and an ultimatum in the form of tax-payer funded bank bailout, former President Bush has been conspicuously absent from the public eye. Republicans have been more than happy to let him go, making it that much easier to plausibly deny any involvement in the current economic situation.
Bush’s personal approval numbers polled higher than his numbers over the economy. In a Fox News poll conducted last spring forty-nine percent of voters viewed him favorably, compared to Bill Clinton’s staggering 71 percent approval rating after joining President Obama on the campaign trail as one of his key supporters.
The former first lady doesn’t lag far behind either,
At the time of her indefinite hiatus from the political arena, 67 percent of Americans expressed favorable views of her in a Washington Post-ABC poll taken near the end of her tenure as Secretary of State. Clearly, the former first lady and political luminary is the Democratic parties’ anticipated frontrunner for the 2016 Presidential elections.
Should she decide to run.
The conclusions to be drawn are obvious, we can expect to see the Clinton family come out in support of the Democratic party during the 2014 congressional election cycle, just like we can expect not to hear any Republicans reminding Americans of what happened last time the country was presided over by their party.
Let’s hope America doesn’t forget.
Watch President Bush Address The Nation During the Economic Crisis:
http://www.occupydemocrats.com/american-publi...
Two Presidents for the votes of the FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT.
HILLARY 2016
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
ROTFL, "American Public Still Blames Bush for the Recession, Trusts Democrats More on Economy"? LOLOL, I thought the media and the dems blamed Bush, most everybody else has a brain and saw the recession only lasted a year, hussein oblamer drove it into the ground,

baaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, and double baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
ROTFL

Lansing, MI

#140991 Dec 21, 2013
this ones for you wrote:
Let me make this clear...there is absolutely nothing to fear!
If some people enjoy creating boogie men I can only presume it's for some kinda personal kinky thing or the mi-nute chance they can scare some for what purpose I can't discern.
So in the future it would be nice and perhaps interesting if you could communicate with some intelligent post concerning current events that may draw responses of people who actually like to discuss normal things and not make believe nonsense!
Thank you for attention in this matter.
PEACE
tofy
only a person losing an argument or postion would post a half surrender, baaaaaaaaaaaaaa,
ROTFL

Lansing, MI

#140992 Dec 21, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Texas is turning blue just like Virginia just did. I hope we are next. You work on that green state too and we toke up in celebration. haha I don't think the GOP will hold that office for years to come, if ever.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Texas is turning blue from holding their breath that hussein oblamer will let them keep their healthcare, LOLOL, not really, they do what they want, when they want and don't worry about the sodotards in Washington,

baaaaaaaaaaaaa to you ol sheepletard,
ROTFL

Lansing, MI

#140993 Dec 21, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
American Public Still Blames Bush for the Recession, Trusts Democrats More on Economy
According to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll half of America continues to blame President Bush for the period of economic despair he created and left for America’s next president to take care of. Five years after George W. stepped down, the survey demonstrates clearly why the Republican party has completely disowned the memory of the former president.
Meanwhile Democrats have essentially being doing the opposite.
With the Clinton family legacy driving their approval rating sky-high, it makes sense to remind Americans that the last period of prosperity was presided over by a Democratic president, Bill Clinton.
The survey also demonstrated fifty-percent of Americans share the belief President Bush is more responsible for the economic climate that created the 2008 financial crisis and recession than President Obama. Only 38 percent of Americans consider President Obama for responsible than President Bush, with 7 percent responding they hold them equally responsible for the plateau in prosperity.
In the past two years, the Washington Post-ABC News poll has barely budged, indicating that since early 2012 Americans have been pretty consistent in trailing the nation’s financial troubles back to the period of Republican leadership.
Since leaving the oval office in ill repute after steering the national economy directly into financial meltdown, and an ultimatum in the form of tax-payer funded bank bailout, former President Bush has been conspicuously absent from the public eye. Republicans have been more than happy to let him go, making it that much easier to plausibly deny any involvement in the current economic situation.
Bush’s personal approval numbers polled higher than his numbers over the economy. In a Fox News poll conducted last spring forty-nine percent of voters viewed him favorably, compared to Bill Clinton’s staggering 71 percent approval rating after joining President Obama on the campaign trail as one of his key supporters.
The former first lady doesn’t lag far behind either,
At the time of her indefinite hiatus from the political arena, 67 percent of Americans expressed favorable views of her in a Washington Post-ABC poll taken near the end of her tenure as Secretary of State. Clearly, the former first lady and political luminary is the Democratic parties’ anticipated frontrunner for the 2016 Presidential elections.
Should she decide to run.
The conclusions to be drawn are obvious, we can expect to see the Clinton family come out in support of the Democratic party during the 2014 congressional election cycle, just like we can expect not to hear any Republicans reminding Americans of what happened last time the country was presided over by their party.
Let’s hope America doesn’t forget.
Watch President Bush Address The Nation During the Economic Crisis:
http://www.occupydemocrats.com/american-publi...
Two Presidents for the votes of the FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT.
HILLARY 2016
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
do you sit around and try to think up stupid stuff to post on Topix, or is it all cut and paste MSLSD stuff? didn't you hear that hussein oblamers approval ratings are lower than Bushs at the same time in his presidency,

LOLOLOLOL, baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
ROTFL

Lansing, MI

#140994 Dec 21, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
Rand Paul will never be President. The first time the 65 and older crowd hears him answer the question what he thinks about SS and Medicare its all over no matter which party they endorse.
Paul: "Medicare is socialized medicine! People are afraid of that because they'll say "Ohhh, you're against Medicare." No, I'll say, "We have to do something different. We can't just eliminate Medicare, but we have to get more to a market-based system."
.
Is it just me or does that sound like part of ObamaCare?
you boast about medicare being socialized medicine, and it is, then you brag about the biggest failure in U.S. history - the destruction of our healthcare system - which is socialize and costing millions of people their own hard earned healthcare, with $12,000 deductables, they you criticize the repubs for not voting for or supporting husseinocare and using medicare as justification that husseinocare will work, when the fact of the matter is, medicate is going broke,

LOLOLOLOL, please, stop posting for just a couple of days so I can quit laughing long enough to breath, or can you and your resodoCONS friend copy/paste something to the contrary?

LOLOLOLOL,
candi

Little Rock, AR

#140995 Dec 21, 2013
raceday wrote:
well, break out the old chair they will be throwing all the BS they can come up with.
lmao
angel

Boise, ID

#140998 Dec 22, 2013
American Lady wrote:
EXCLUSIVE -'Hung out to dry': Duck Dynasty star and family hit out at A&E for letting his controversial interview go public and for suspending him for homophobic comments
* Phil Roberston and his family believe that A & E are discriminating against them for their deeply seated 'Christian beliefs'
*‘You have to ask yourself, why this interview happened and why it ever became public,' said a source close to the family
* Despite the star's suspension, the Robertson family has a merchandise empire that is estimated by Forbes to be worth about $400million - and their deal with Walmart makes up around half of this
...
Their presence in West Monroe is inescapable, with billboards and posters celebrating them everywhere. Last weekend, around 30,000 people packed the downtown area for the ‘Duck Commander Christmas Parade’. People travelled from all over the country to celebrate the festive season with the family, filling every hotel room in town.
Phil’s son Willie owns a massive downtown restaurant, which is always packed and there is a huge gift store just down the road, constantly filled with fans, eager to get their hands on Duck Commander merchandise.
The controversy that has engulfed the family this week has done nothing to put a dent in business, if anything it has given it a boost.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-25274...
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You WOULD consider Bigotry a 'deeply seated Christian belief'.
Exactly the kind of idiocy that keeps people out of Church in droves.
Teabaggers should just start 'The Church of Brietbart' and quit slandering Jesus Christ.
angel

Boise, ID

#140999 Dec 22, 2013
ROTFL wrote:
<quoted text>
you boast about medicare being socialized medicine, and it is, then you brag about the biggest failure in U.S. history - the destruction of our healthcare system - which is socialize and costing millions of people their own hard earned healthcare, with $12,000 deductables, they you criticize the repubs for not voting for or supporting husseinocare and using medicare as justification that husseinocare will work, when the fact of the matter is, medicate is going broke,
LOLOLOLOL, please, stop posting for just a couple of days so I can quit laughing long enough to breath, or can you and your resodoCONS friend copy/paste something to the contrary?
LOLOLOLOL,
Hah! you must be winded after SO many desperate lunges into DENIAL in one thread!
Dont you have some Rich Folks fingers to lick you tea bagging sycophant? LMAO!
angel

Boise, ID

#141000 Dec 22, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Instead of your goat call all you need ever do is prove me wrong. Why don't you show everyone on here just how much smarter you are than I am? Why don't you prove me out to be a lair?
.
Is this a quote from Obama or not? You say it is and I say it is not. Man up bitch and prove me wrong.
Obama:“I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.”
Well...he really CANT prove you wrong.
Goat noises are pretty much what he's been reduced to.
He's lonely ,and how else is he going to attract a RAM to be 'John Galt' to his Ayn Rand?LMAO!

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