'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Se...

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 190438 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.

republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#140753 Dec 20, 2013
oh lQQkie who stayed up to 430 am spreading gloom and doom, stroking her sissyboy who cries about icons and women who tell him to gfh. hahaha At least you managed to turn all your icons back to positive ones like there were 6 people here agreeing. PRICELESS

Crying about some dumbass duck hick who ran his mouth to be published and didn't think there would be any consequences. Guess he didn't pay attention to the cooking queen's (Paula Deen) wrath for her racist comments. Guess what dumbasses....you have freedom of speech, no one arrested him, but he represented a show, network, and sponsors to answer for it too. So they had EVERY right to dismiss him from the show. Ironic that if those guys weren't on that show they would be looked down on for their appearance alone. Nothing but some hillbilly hicks or long haired hippy freaks in most eyes. That is how judgemental people like those defending them would look at them. They wouldn't care if they were good GOD fearing people or not. What a bunch of hypocrites you clowns are. It's a free country, you can slur a US President and display sick degrading pictures of him while spreading racist thoughts because you have freedom of speech, in some instances like the military your words will have consequences and A&E had every right to dismiss him for his public display of intolerance for others. Guess people remain clueless as to how far they can go before they have to eat their words. Maybe he just should of stuck with no statement at all or that his religious beliefs didn't support the group and he would pray with them. But no he had to go even further and make racial slurs about blacks as well. Maybe he should of gotten on topix or some chat room to anonymously show his racist and bigoted side like these repuke clowns do.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

stomp away..........loser lemming clowns
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#140754 Dec 20, 2013
haha, he sure tells it like it is, he should be a newscaster instead of a comedian...

Jon Stewart: Reagan Not Even Conservative Enough for Outrageous Tea Party!

On Tuesday night’s Daily Show Jon Stewart marveled at how many ultra conservatives are being called not conservative enough by the TEA party Republicans.

He noted that Speaker John Boehner seems to have had his fill of their extremist views and actions after he helped to broker the budget deal which as Stewart noted avoids another shutdown for the next two years by,“funding government at its current pathetic levels.”

He then marveled that TEA party golden boy, Paul Ryan has now fallen out of favor with the extreme right for his part in putting this deal together and is now being accused of not being conservative enough. Paul Ryan is not conservative enough! As Stewart said, it wasn’t long ago that he was,“golden child whose fiscal genius will lead us to the promised land.”

Perhaps the most amazing accusations are those against John Cornyn,(R-TX) who has been rated as the second most conservative member of the Senate. Cornyn is facing a primary challenge from TEA party candidate Steve Stockman who has called him a liberal who supports Obamacare.

Even Ronald Reagan was not conservative enough for the TEA party Republicans of today, with Sarah Palin and Bill O’Reilly agreeing that he was not a “real” conservative.

Watch the segment in the video below.

- See more at: http://aattp.org/jon-stewart-reagan-not-even-...

I love it when they eat their own. Wonder who they will eat today. hahaha

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#140755 Dec 20, 2013
YES! YES! YES!! Pope Francis trashes the ‘prosperity gospel’

This guy gets it. And man, he has the floor :)

Pope Francis trashes the ‘prosperity gospel’: Pompous Christians are ugly pagans

Pope calls them ugly pagans, I call them phony xtians, but pretty sure we mean the same thing.

“It is an ugly thing,” he said, according to Vatican Radio,“when you see a Christian who doesn’t want to humble himself, who doesn’t want to serve, a Christian who struts about everywhere: it’s ugly, eh? That is not a Christian: that’s a pagan!”

He warned Christians against placing themselves above others and called on the faithful to be in solidarity with the poor.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/12/19/1263...

Sounds like he is describing the fright right winged so called Christians. Yep, sure does, and accurately. Typical teabagging CONS.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#140757 Dec 20, 2013
American Lady wrote:
Someone from the decision DESK is coming in!
Race WILL NOT be CALLED yet ;-)
Of all the post this one is my fav.
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#140758 Dec 20, 2013
Actual Photo of Romney the Moment He Knows He's Lost 2012 Election

It comes from the official trailer for a Netflix documentary called MITT, which will air Jan.24, 2014

http://www.businessinsider.com/ ...

But FAUXBOX said he had won. hahahaha

You circus clown rightwinged nutjobs have fun stomping icons and babbling nonsense and lies. I have to get ready for the little kiddies Christmas cheer at school and load up the car. Oh, please be sure and leave me some good laughs like whiny sissyboy and his drunken lush he defends do. I am sure the GOAT will be along soon baaaing it's nonsense. Always a laugh. hahahaha

I hope my fellow libs have a wonderful day. Be back later.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#140766 Dec 20, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
You never were tough enough. It's the major flaw of teahadism sheep.

lafraud cry-a-thon: 1 year 44 days
YEP

Los Angeles, CA

#140767 Dec 20, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
<quoted text>
You never were tough enough. It's the major flaw of teahadism sheep.
lafraud cry-a-thon: 1 year 44 days
Aint that the truth!
ROTFL

Lansing, MI

#140771 Dec 20, 2013
Fox News Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>The fact is.....it is the Law forever and ever.
the fact is, you have chicken man disease,

LOLOL,
LOLOL,
ROTFL

Lansing, MI

#140772 Dec 20, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
The facts about ObamaCare is..........there are no facts.
the facts about oblamercare is.........if you like your healthcare plan you can keep it,

LOLOLOL,
Grand Old Tea Party

Gardner, MA

#140773 Dec 20, 2013
Uh oh...

"When the initial estimates for economic growth in the third quarter – covering July, August, and September – were released in early November, the figures exceeded expectations. Now that the totals have been revised twice, the GDP numbers turned out to be much better than than originally thought.


The U.S. economy expanded at a 4.1% annual clip in the third quarter, the strongest performance in two years, owing to faster consumer spending and more business investment in intellectual property such as software, according to newly revised government figures.



The Commerce Department previously reported that gross domestic product had risen at a 3.6% annual rate. Consumer spending rose 2% instead of 1.4% as previously reported, though the increase in outlays was largely directed toward gasoline and health care. Business investment in software was revised up sharply to a 5.8% increase from 1.7%. Companies stockpiled $115.7 billion worth of inventories in the third quarter, barely changed from the prior reading.



Going into this morning, economists had expected “the final estimate of growth to be unchanged from that 3.6 percent.”



To put this number in a slightly larger context, note that 4.1% quarterly growth is the second strongest growth we’ve seen since the start of the Great Recession nearly six years ago. What’s more, this is only the third time in the last nine years that the GDP has topped 4%."

Stock Market in record territory
GDP above 4%
ACA enrollment up up up
Unemployment going down
Investments up

Teabaggers, going down and fast!! Please do, we'd like to solidify the future...

Shut down the Government again in 2014, please!

make 2016

Ryan/Paul please
Cruz/Palin pretty please!
E town reader

Switzerland

#140774 Dec 20, 2013
ILoveitHere wrote:
<quoted text>
No, she probably can't stand to watch Ari talk to me and is raising hell in her trailer. You can envision it, right?
I'll let you know if I receive any flowers or virus' tonight.
No Calvin, No Crow, No Tofy, Jays a whore, No Injudgement, No Uncle Tab.. Tonight is a real winner.
thanks to information provided by republiCONS, I found this!

So, Tofy, that nice ILIH says Jay is a wh*re. This person also seems to be very vulgar and shameful in those words of always describing how someone might live according to her. Made one post to me yesterday with an accusation using this type of vulgar as well.

Thanks to republiCONS there is now someone from her/his side of thinking that claims to hack other posters IP and so on. So is it OK to have a hacker now? Is this now OK?

Before anyone goes off, I am not Ari or any other poster on here. E town reader.
E town reader

Switzerland

#140775 Dec 20, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
The facts about ObamaCare is..........there are no facts.
true
E town reader

Switzerland

#140776 Dec 20, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
Liberals claim they are open minded.........until you disagree with them. So much for freedom of speech. Liberals prefer a skank like Cyrus and Fluke.
this comment is so on the money. very true.
GOTP

Gardner, MA

#140777 Dec 20, 2013
"
Le Jimbo wrote:

<quoted text>
Liberals claim they are open minded.........until you disagree with them. So much for freedom of speech. Liberals prefer a skank like Cyrus and Fluke.
this comment is so on the money. very true. "

100% true except, the Cyrus and Fluke families are Righties!

And, it's the disagreeing with reality that bothers Lefties, not disagreement with ideas.

Just look at how much "freedom of speech" we allow you bozos to utilize here. Freedom to LIE is what you're all getting bashed about.

Seems, even the Swiss have zeros.
E town reader

Switzerland

#140778 Dec 20, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
E town reader
Switzerland
#140600
5 hrs ago
Take your concern and shove it up ya rump punk. Oh, and take your ROLF idea and there you have it. Where by is your "concern" I give back.
Hmm... a belligerent, incoherent and grammatically abysmal post. Either this is the bottom feeder, or s/he's giving lessons.
your point? Funny how you only made this post in that 5 hr span and not one since (?). As of this 12:00 time, none since. Thanks for the post. It was made by design for someone just like you. You walked right in.

Funny how you took the post out of context when you left out the main point worded just for someone like you... along with, the one you did hit on! Comical at best, your mistake.

ROLF
An annoying show off who thinks he is cool.
www.merrian-webster.com/dictionary/rolf

Guess that poster and the "Rolf" was a connection of yours? It made you tingle.
Phil Shifley

Coffeyville, KS

#140779 Dec 20, 2013
Rico from East Los II wrote:
<quoted text>
Their is no tolerance for right wing hate mantra.
Liberals only tolerate that which they agree with.....in other words liberals have no tolerance. Although they often whine about not getting it from others.

Face it......people are waking up to the facts of what it going on with liberals...which might explain why more people showed support for the Robertson's in less than 12 hours than signed up for the liar in chiefs healthcare unaffordable act in 3 months!!!

It is pretty clear which way the country leans.....and it is NOT left!!!
Grand Old Tea Party

Gardner, MA

#140780 Dec 20, 2013
Darrell Issa tries his partial transcript stunt again, falls flat again!!!

"Congressional Republicans start with a clear goal when it comes to the Affordable Care Act: discourage consumers from enrolling and gaining coverage. In October and November, that job was easy: because healthcare.gov was such a dysfunctional mess, GOP lawmakers didn’t have to work too hard to advance their policy objective.



But now that the system is vastly improved, Republicans can’t simply condemn the website and hope for the best; they have to persuade Americans that the website is too dangerous for consumers to even try. It’s why House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Texas) has hosted ridiculous “field hearings,” and it’s why his office leaked this story to ABC News yesterday.


Nearly three months after its launch and as millions of Americans log on to shop for health plans, HealthCare.gov has still had serious security vulnerabilities, according to documents and testimony obtained exclusively by ABC News.



There have been “two high findings” of risk – the most serious level of concern – in testing over the past few weeks, the top Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) cybersecurity official told the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday in a private transcribed interview.



It’s a “vulnerability in the system,” CMS chief information security officer Teresa Fryer told the committee of one of the issues.

To be sure, that sounds alarming, but we’ve seen plenty of reports based on leaked partial transcripts,“obtained” by news organizations from Darrell Issa’s office, most of which turn out to be misleading – or completely false.



So I checked in with Democrats on the House Oversight Committee, who said “key details” from Teresa Fryer’s transcript “were omitted” before it was leaked to ABC. It’s true that security testing uncovered a recent vulnerability, but Issa’s leak left out relevant facts: there have been no security breaches, the vulnerability was identified and fixed, and Fryer sees the security measures in place as “best practices above and beyond what is usually recommended.”



In a statement, Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), ranking member of the Oversight Committee, said,“Chairman Issa’s reckless pattern of leaking partial and misleading information is now legendary for omitting key information that directly contradicts his political narrative….This effort to leak cherry-picked information is part of a deliberate campaign to scare the American people and deny them the quality affordable health insurance to which they are entitled under the law.”



Much of this, incidentally, was left out of ABC’s original report, though it’s since been updated.



I’m not even sure what Issa hoped to accomplish with this particular partial-transcript leak. What we’ve learned is that security testing for healthcare.gov is constant; vulnerabilities have been very rare; when they’ve popped up the problems have been identified and resolved quickly; and the site has experienced exactly zero security breaches. This is hardly the stuff of scandal.



But the larger point is that Issa’s favorite trick – leaking a partial transcript of closed-door testimony, after editing it in a misleading way – is now so common, reporters have to be more cautious when the Oversight Committee chairman’s office calls and says,“Have I got a scoop for you.”



Issa and his team have pulled this stunt over and over again. No one should fall for it again.
Grand Old Tea Party

Gardner, MA

#140781 Dec 20, 2013
"It is pretty clear which way the country leans"

23% does not a Lean make bozo!

You KY trolls here are the worst, absolute worst I've ever seen!
Renee

Gardner, MA

#140782 Dec 20, 2013
Issa tries his partial transcript stunt again!

"Congressional Republicans start with a clear goal when it comes to the Affordable Care Act: discourage consumers from enrolling and gaining coverage. In October and November, that job was easy: because healthcare.gov was such a dysfunctional mess, GOP lawmakers didn’t have to work too hard to advance their policy objective.



But now that the system is vastly improved, Republicans can’t simply condemn the website and hope for the best; they have to persuade Americans that the website is too dangerous for consumers to even try. It’s why House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Texas) has hosted ridiculous “field hearings,” and it’s why his office leaked this story to ABC News yesterday.


Nearly three months after its launch and as millions of Americans log on to shop for health plans, HealthCare.gov has still had serious security vulnerabilities, according to documents and testimony obtained exclusively by ABC News.



There have been “two high findings” of risk – the most serious level of concern – in testing over the past few weeks, the top Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) cybersecurity official told the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday in a private transcribed interview.



It’s a “vulnerability in the system,” CMS chief information security officer Teresa Fryer told the committee of one of the issues.

To be sure, that sounds alarming, but we’ve seen plenty of reports based on leaked partial transcripts,“obtained” by news organizations from Darrell Issa’s office, most of which turn out to be misleading – or completely false.



So I checked in with Democrats on the House Oversight Committee, who said “key details” from Teresa Fryer’s transcript “were omitted” before it was leaked to ABC. It’s true that security testing uncovered a recent vulnerability, but Issa’s leak left out relevant facts: there have been no security breaches, the vulnerability was identified and fixed, and Fryer sees the security measures in place as “best practices above and beyond what is usually recommended.”



In a statement, Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), ranking member of the Oversight Committee, said,“Chairman Issa’s reckless pattern of leaking partial and misleading information is now legendary for omitting key information that directly contradicts his political narrative….This effort to leak cherry-picked information is part of a deliberate campaign to scare the American people and deny them the quality affordable health insurance to which they are entitled under the law.”



Much of this, incidentally, was left out of ABC’s original report, though it’s since been updated.



I’m not even sure what Issa hoped to accomplish with this particular partial-transcript leak. What we’ve learned is that security testing for healthcare.gov is constant; vulnerabilities have been very rare; when they’ve popped up the problems have been identified and resolved quickly; and the site has experienced exactly zero security breaches. This is hardly the stuff of scandal.



But the larger point is that Issa’s favorite trick – leaking a partial transcript of closed-door testimony, after editing it in a misleading way – is now so common, reporters have to be more cautious when the Oversight Committee chairman’s office calls and says,“Have I got a scoop for you.”



Issa and his team have pulled this stunt over and over again. No one should fall for it again."

Teabaggers think nobody remembers even a day ago. The world begins anew everyday they say!
ROTFL

Lansing, MI

#140784 Dec 20, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
oh lQQkie who stayed up to 430 am spreading gloom and doom, stroking her sissyboy who cries about icons and women who tell him to gfh. hahaha At least you managed to turn all your icons back to positive ones like there were 6 people here agreeing. PRICELESS
Crying about some dumbass duck hick who ran his mouth to be published and didn't think there would be any consequences. Guess he didn't pay attention to the cooking queen's (Paula Deen) wrath for her racist comments. Guess what dumbasses....you have freedom of speech, no one arrested him, but he represented a show, network, and sponsors to answer for it too. So they had EVERY right to dismiss him from the show. Ironic that if those guys weren't on that show they would be looked down on for their appearance alone. Nothing but some hillbilly hicks or long haired hippy freaks in most eyes. That is how judgemental people like those defending them would look at them. They wouldn't care if they were good GOD fearing people or not. What a bunch of hypocrites you clowns are. It's a free country, you can slur a US President and display sick degrading pictures of him while spreading racist thoughts because you have freedom of speech, in some instances like the military your words will have consequences and A&E had every right to dismiss him for his public display of intolerance for others. Guess people remain clueless as to how far they can go before they have to eat their words. Maybe he just should of stuck with no statement at all or that his religious beliefs didn't support the group and he would pray with them. But no he had to go even further and make racial slurs about blacks as well. Maybe he should of gotten on topix or some chat room to anonymously show his racist and bigoted side like these repuke clowns do.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
stomp away..........loser lemming clowns
RIP DNC

Liberal: because greed, hate bigotry, racism, envy and ignorance just seem to work for you,

baaaaaaaaaaaaa

LOLOLOL,
LOLOLOL,

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