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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 213656 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.

Uncle Tab

United States

#153047 Mar 3, 2014
Dale wrote:
Communist Party has Obama's back
Exclusive: Joseph Farah finds little difference between neo-Stalinists, BHO
Published: 02/13/2014 at 7:42 PM
author-image Joseph Farah About | Email | Archive
It must be reassuring to Barack Obama and the Democratic Party circa 2014 to know the Communist Party USA has their back.
That’s what the CPUSA announced this week during a nationally live-streamed event covered by WND.
And why not?
How do the agendas of Obama’s Democratic Party differ in any meaningful way from those of the American neo-Stalinists?
Some might suggest Democrats are incrementalists – no longer committed to violent overthrow of the established order.
Yet, so are today’s Communists. Just read the words of Sam Webb, the new party boss:“We can talk about shortening the work week, green jobs, restructuring the economy, we can talk about the de-militarization of the economy and putting those people back to work in jobs that are productive. The starting point has to be this immediate engagement, but once we do that many things become possible such as more radical demands.”
Is there any doubt their plans differ little, if at all, from Obama’s ideas about “fundamentally transforming” America?
The only real difference is that Webb is honest about where he wants to take America – Communism. Obama and the Democrats don’t want to scare anyone off. Webb even acknowledged that one of the problems the movement faces is the stigma of the name Communist among some Americans, but he believes under the policies of the Obama administration the country is now more willing to embrace those beliefs.
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“The good news is the same hang-ups or stereotypes that people had 30 to 40 years ago are not so evident today,” he said.“Growing numbers of people are ready to have a conversation about socialism. There have been public opinion polls that indicate that substantial numbers have more confidence in socialism than capitalism. We have to let people know what our vision is. The climate in the country is different. We can have a different conversation than we could have 30 to 40 years ago, even 20 years ago. Socialism is no longer a white-hot word. People are willing to talk about it.”
The CPUSA ran candidates for president for decades – people like Gus Hall and Angela Davis. In 2008 and 2012, the Communist Party actively supported Obama for election and re-election.
Birds of a feather flock together.
The common enemy of today’s Democrats and today’s Communists are the tea-party movement, conservatives, Republicans and anyone who would stand up for the constitutional principles of limited government.
In a sense, the CPUSA is no longer the threat it once was because its values and tactics have been adopted by the dominant political party in America.
However, all that separates the Democrats from the kind of political oblivion to which the CPUSA found itself in after it lost funding from the Soviet Union is knowledge by the American people.
Democrats have been successful at undermining the key to self-government – an informed and well-educated citizenry.
That was a goal the “Big C” Communists could never have accomplished with the help of their Democratic Party friends.
And that brings me to the only real difference between Obama and Webb.
One proudly calls himself a Communist with a “Big C.” The other takes offense if you label him accurately as a communist with a small c.
In other words, there is really no difference at all.
And that’s why America is in a heap of trouble today – fighting for its very survival as a free nation.
*chuckle*

Joseph FARRAH!

It's just funny pointing this out.
SCA

Johnson City, TN

#153048 Mar 3, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
The Overrating of Rand Paul 2016
The punditocracy is in the grip of Rand Paul Fever. "Dismiss the Kentucky Senator as a fringe candidate at your peril," writes Chris Cillizza, who pronounces that "Rand Paul is winning" the GOP's 2016 invisible primary. "Rand Paul is the 2016 Republican frontrunner," writes Peter Beinart, arguing that "on issues from NSA surveillance to drug legalization to gay marriage, the GOP is moving in his direction."
Both Beinart and Cillizza warn "the media" not to under-rate Paul. Well, I'm never going to make that mistake -- back in August 2009, before any polls showed Paul within striking distance of winning his Senate primary, I was talking to the candidate and profiling his race.(Okay, at the time I was asking whether Paul would merely make life difficult for the GOP establishment's choice. Obviously he did.)
But I vividly remember a moment from that interview, and how it revealed something about Paul that pundits don't cover unless they're forced to. At the end of a short and friendly interview, I asked Paul whether the darker associations of Ron Paul, his father, could be used against him. If Republicans were looking to tar him, couldn't they bring up the racist newsletters published under Ron's name, or the donations from white supremacists that Paul never solicited but declined to give back.
It was like an Arctic blast came through my receiver. I don't see how anyone could think that, Rand Paul said. That has nothing to do with this campaign.
In the short term, absolutely, Paul was right. He ran a brilliant primary campaign and a steady general election campaign, in exactly the right year. He only stumbled in a post-victory appearance on Rachel Maddow's show, in which the host socratically wore Paul down on whether he'd have backed the Civil Rights Act. Paul never forgave Maddow for that interview, and for years since then he's attacked the "mischaracterizations " inspired by it.
In August 2013, after reluctantly parting with his aide Jack Hunter, Paul sat for an interview with John Harwood. He bristled at questions about Hunter's days as a neo-Confederate radio shock jock. "Don't you have something better to read than a bunch of crap from people who don't like me?" he said. "I'm not going to go through an interview responding to every yahoo in the world who wants to say a canard."
These were isolated events in the rise of Rand Paul. Like his father, Paul is a happy mystery for the mainstream media -- a libertarian who allies with the left on a few important, newsy topics. As long as he's in the Senate, there's little interest in taking him down over some old nasty associations. The same was true with his father -- in the 2008 and 2012 campaigns, the media only remembered that Paul's name appeared on racist newsletters when the candidate 1) broke fundraising records and 2) drew close to winning the Iowa caucuses. Ron Paul grew so irritated at newsletter questions that he curtly ended a CNN interview, removing his mic while the cameras rolled.
Here's my point. As long as Paul's in the Senate, as long as he's a fascinating, quotable, and potentially successful libertarian iconoclast, stories about his associations and his movement will be relegated to the think-piece pile. If he's a credible presidential candidate? The jackyls run loose, and they know where to hunt. Years of experience and evidence tell us that Paul can be rattled by that. His potential opponents know this.
Read entire article:
http://www.slate.com/blogs/weigel/2014/03/03/...
GRANDrand's closet is full. His opponent Trey Greyson and old turtleman posted some of the real racist.
What do you call an eye doctor with no vision?
Senator
RIP GOP
HILLARY 2016
DITCH MITCH
HAHA, did arivern move to Italy. haha
So Harry Reid is an eye doctor, I wondered what he did!

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#153049 Mar 3, 2014
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Could be because 0 shook hands with the COMMUNIST leader during Mandela's memorial ...
You also remember when ... 0 told a Russian leader to "wait until after he was RE-elected" and things would be 'easier'... On a 'hot' mike ...
You Repubs and Commies. McCarthy would be proud of all of you.
.
Speaking of McCarthy, why is it the leading Commie fear mongers are always drunks? McCarthy, Beck, Rush. Odd, very odd.
OZombies

Los Angeles, CA

#153050 Mar 3, 2014
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Could be because 0 shook hands with the COMMUNIST leader during Mandela's memorial ...
You also remember when ... 0 told a Russian leader to "wait until after he was RE-elected" and things would be 'easier'... On a 'hot' mike ...
Yes I do AL...Obama knew he would be re-elected ... in that case why should we vote if our leaders know what's going to happen ahead of time...?????

Do you remember JFK during Cuban crises in 1960s...?????
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#153051 Mar 3, 2014
Rand Paul in crosshairs of tax evasion war

When a bipartisan Senate panel last week lambasted Swiss bank Credit Suisse for helping rich Americans evade billions in taxes, some watching the high-profile hearing couldnt help but notice an elephant in the room.

That is, Sen. Rand Paul.

The connection? Paul for years has single-handedly blocked an obscure U.S.-Swiss tax treaty that lawmakers, prosecutors, diplomats and banks say makes the difference between U.S. law enforcement rooting out the names of a few hundred fat-cat tax evaders and many thousands more.

Kentuckys tea party darling says the treaty infringes on privacy rights. But his critics say Pauls hold just hamstrings the Justice Departments tax evasion work.

Credit Suisse is ready, at this moment, to provide the additional information about Swiss accounts requested by U.S. authorities but has been unable to do so because the U.S. Senate has not yet ratified the protocol, said Credit Suisse CEO Brady Dougan at a hearing on the topic Wednesday just after admitting his institution helped Americans evade taxes.

Pauls hold came to a head on Wednesday as the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations leaders, Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.), released an inch-thick report chiding the Justice Department for not using all the tools in the toolbox to catch Americans eluding the IRS. They called out Credit Suisse as a prime example.

Reasons aside, Pauls critics say his rationale doesnt change the fact that his hold has hampered the Justice Departments efforts to hold tax cheats accountable.

Hes concerned about protecting tax evaders? I dont quite understand that, said Catherine Schultz, vice president of tax policy for the National Foreign Trade Council, a business group lobbying hard to get the tax treaties moving again in the Senate.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/03/rand-pa...

You might be a republiCON if

You started evading taxes with an offshore account and support cutting veterans' benefits because you are a patriot

RIP GOP

HILLARY 2016

ALISON 2014

DITCH MITCH
Uncle Tab

United States

#153052 Mar 3, 2014
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>Could be because 0 shook hands with the COMMUNIST leader during Mandela's memorial ...
You also remember when ... 0 told a Russian leader to "wait until after he was RE-elected" and things would be 'easier'... On a 'hot' mike ...
Look at how 'easy' it is now.

:-D you imbeciles are crying doom, gloom, and fear about a Russian ship in Cuba.

Doesn't fit the way you want it to does it?

Hard for you idiots to put the puzzle together when the pieces don't fit.

Since: Feb 14

.

#153053 Mar 3, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Correction...he is arisock's puppet. Notice when ever we slam him with the truth and proof of his antics he brings out his "foreign" socks like vern etc ...those socks from the past hailed from Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, and his numerous Anonymous Proxy. So obvious. haha He is a pathetic loser lemming tool.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Did your village Witch Doctor tell you that your paranoia may be induced by your recreational drug use?
SCA

Johnson City, TN

#153055 Mar 3, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
Rand Paul in crosshairs of tax evasion war
When a bipartisan Senate panel last week lambasted Swiss bank Credit Suisse for helping rich Americans evade billions in taxes, some watching the high-profile hearing couldnt help but notice an elephant in the room.
That is, Sen. Rand Paul.
The connection? Paul for years has single-handedly blocked an obscure U.S.-Swiss tax treaty that lawmakers, prosecutors, diplomats and banks say makes the difference between U.S. law enforcement rooting out the names of a few hundred fat-cat tax evaders and many thousands more.
Kentuckys tea party darling says the treaty infringes on privacy rights. But his critics say Pauls hold just hamstrings the Justice Departments tax evasion work.
Credit Suisse is ready, at this moment, to provide the additional information about Swiss accounts requested by U.S. authorities but has been unable to do so because the U.S. Senate has not yet ratified the protocol, said Credit Suisse CEO Brady Dougan at a hearing on the topic Wednesday just after admitting his institution helped Americans evade taxes.
Pauls hold came to a head on Wednesday as the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations leaders, Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.), released an inch-thick report chiding the Justice Department for not using all the tools in the toolbox to catch Americans eluding the IRS. They called out Credit Suisse as a prime example.
Reasons aside, Pauls critics say his rationale doesnt change the fact that his hold has hampered the Justice Departments efforts to hold tax cheats accountable.
Hes concerned about protecting tax evaders? I dont quite understand that, said Catherine Schultz, vice president of tax policy for the National Foreign Trade Council, a business group lobbying hard to get the tax treaties moving again in the Senate.
Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/03/rand-pa...
You might be a republiCON if
You started evading taxes with an offshore account and support cutting veterans' benefits because you are a patriot
RIP GOP
HILLARY 2016
ALISON 2014
DITCH MITCH
So Obama is a Republican? He is a damn big disgrace to our party!
whitehair

Shelbyville, KY

#153056 Mar 3, 2014
Hate to tell you this , but it only makes sense to avoid taxes legally-- if you can!! So moving one`s money to where it is safe , draws income, and pays no taxes is not so bad, or, would it be? Most of the ones there, pay far more taxes because they have money.

Ask Harry Reid, because he lied about Mitt Romney`s taxes.
Uncle Tab

United States

#153057 Mar 3, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
Rand Paul in crosshairs of tax evasion war

When a bipartisan Senate panel last week lambasted Swiss bank Credit Suisse for helping rich Americans evade billions in taxes, some watching the high-profile hearing couldn’t help but notice an elephant in the room.

That is, Sen. Rand Paul.

The connection? Paul for years has single-handedly blocked an obscure U.S.-Swiss tax treaty that lawmakers, prosecutors, diplomats and banks say makes the difference between U.S. law enforcement rooting out the names of a few hundred fat-cat tax evaders — and many thousands more.

Kentucky’s tea party darling says the treaty infringes on privacy rights. But his critics say Paul’s hold just hamstrings the Justice Department’s tax evasion work.

“Credit Suisse is ready, at this moment, to provide the additional information about Swiss accounts requested by U.S. authorities but has been unable to do so because the U.S. Senate has not yet ratified the protocol,” said Credit Suisse CEO Brady Dougan at a hearing on the topic Wednesday — just after admitting his institution helped Americans evade taxes.

Paul’s hold came to a head on Wednesday as the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations’ leaders, Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.), released an inch-thick report chiding the Justice Department for not using all the “tools in the toolbox” to catch Americans eluding the IRS. They called out Credit Suisse as a prime example.

Reasons aside, Paul’s critics say his rationale doesn’t change the fact that his hold has hampered the Justice Department’s efforts to hold tax cheats accountable.

“He’s concerned about protecting tax evaders? I don’t quite understand that,” said Catherine Schultz, vice president of tax policy for the National Foreign Trade Council, a business group lobbying hard to get the tax treaties moving again in the Senate.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2014/03/rand-pa...

You might be a republiCON if

You started evading taxes with an offshore account and support cutting veterans' benefits because you are a patriot

RIP GOP

HILLARY 2016

ALISON 2014

DITCH MITCH
Can't change those facts.

Great information. And as we already know, since its fact, low IQ GOP voters will run from it.
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#153059 Mar 3, 2014
Mr_DoctorProfessor152 wrote:
<quoted text>
Did your village Witch Doctor tell you that your paranoia may be induced by your recreational drug use?
HAHAHA, Spin those proxies sockboy. Keep up, you didn't have that KY location when you were doing your Feb 14 socks. I don't don't drink or do drugs, you must have me mixed up with the lisa loon booze hound that calls Alex Jones. haha I think you are just naturally demented like your goatshit buddy. You two should get you some OBAMAcare. They don't discriminated now for your pre-existing condition. Your 2013 socks were more creative. Maybe your meds need adjusted.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Spin and stomp away loser lemming sock
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#153061 Mar 3, 2014
whitehair wrote:
Hate to tell you this , but it only makes sense to avoid taxes legally-- if you can!! So moving one`s money to where it is safe , draws income, and pays no taxes is not so bad, or, would it be? Most of the ones there, pay far more taxes because they have money.
Ask Harry Reid, because he lied about Mitt Romney`s taxes.
Yep, glad to see you admit it. You teabagger CONS think it okay to break the law because you are a bunch of crooks and cheats. Tax evasion, treason, racism, bigotry, the list goes on and on. Proven everyday in the news and by your ignorant lemming tools here. Thanks for the votes teabagger.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#153062 Mar 3, 2014
Dale wrote:
<quoted text>Wouldn't the world be in a world of shit if we reduced our military to 1939 strength, let the G-6 take care of their problems.
The US could reduce military spend by $515 billion per year and still spend more than any nation on earth. It could cut military spending over $90 Billion and still out spend the next 9 nations combined.
.The number are BILLIONS per year:

1 United States United States 682.0
2 China People's Republic of China 166.0
3 Russia 90.7
4 United Kingdom United Kingdom 60.8
5 Japan Japan 59.3
6 France France 58.9
7 Saudi Arabia Saudi 56.7
8 India India 46.1
9 Germany 45.8
10 Italy 34.0
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#153063 Mar 3, 2014
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
Can't change those facts.
Great information. And as we already know, since its fact, low IQ GOP voters will run from it.
Old turtleman and romneycare probably showed him the ropes to hide his money too. What a bunch of hypocrites. I bet the Justice Dept trumps what ole GRANDrand thinks. They are working on it.

That's why I always say:

GOP = themselves, BIG CORPS/PHARMA, and $$$$$$$$$$

DEM = PEOPLE

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Uncle Tab

United States

#153064 Mar 3, 2014
whitehair wrote:
Hate to tell you this , but it only makes sense to avoid taxes legally-- if you can!! So moving one`s money to where it is safe , draws income, and pays no taxes is not so bad, or, would it be? Most of the ones there, pay far more taxes because they have money.

Ask Harry Reid, because he lied about Mitt Romney`s taxes.
This is the republican mindset.

If you don't like what we do in this country, do somewhere else old man.
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#153065 Mar 3, 2014
Kentucky Baptist churches giving away guns to lure unchurched men to Jesus

The Kentucky Baptist Convention is organizing gun giveaways across the state in an effort to help unchurched men find Jesus Christ.
Chuck McAlister, a former Outdoor Channel hunting show host who is in charge of the effort, told The Courier-Journal that 1,678 men have already made professions of faith at Second Amendment Celebrations, where they showed up hoping to get guns as door prizes in the last year.

On Thursday, Lone Oak Baptist Church in Paducah was planning to giveaway another 25 handguns and shotguns. And organizers expected as many as 1,000 people to attend.

The day of hanging a banner in front of your church and saying youre having a revival and expecting the community to show up is over, McAlister explained to the paper.You have to know the hook that will attract people, and hunting is huge in Kentucky So we get in there and burp and scratch and talk about the right to bear arms and that stuff.

The Courier-Journal points to an Internet video of McAlister speaking to Silverdale Baptist Churchs mens wildlife supper last year in Tennessee last year. The 30 minute talk focuses on hunting and opposition to gun control, but makes little mention of Jesus or religion.
How many of yall own guns? he asks the crowd.

That is awesome, McAlister responds to the raised hands.Weve got an army right here!

The paper reported that 103 men made salvation decisions to accept Christ as their savior after the meeting.

But not everyone thinks that using guns to sell God is great idea.
How ironic to use guns to lure men in to hear a message about Jesus, who said,Put away the sword, Highland Baptist Church pastor Rev. Joe Phelps said, adding that Giveaways for God seemed wrong.

Can you picture Jesus giving away guns, or toasters or raffle tickets? he asked.He gave away bread once, but that was as a sign, not a sales pitch.

New Union Church Pastor Nancy Jo Kemper agreed.

Churches should not be encouraging people in their communities to arm themselves against their neighbors, but to love their neighbors, as instructed by Jesus, she observed.How terrible it would be if one of those guns given away at a church were to cause the death of an innocent victim.

McAlister, however, defended the tactic, saying that giving away guns is different than giving away cash.

You have to know the hook that attracts individuals, he pointed out.The number of unchurched that will show up at an event will be in direct proportion to the number of guns you give away. And I can almost tell you the number of men that will show up based on the make and model of the gun.

Watch the video below from The Courier-Journal, broadcast March 3, 2014.

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/03/03/kentuck...

"The Courier-Journal points to an Internet video of McAlister speaking to Silverdale Baptist Churchs mens wildlife supper last year in Tennessee last year......(Crazy nuts in TN.)

But not everyone thinks that using guns to sell God is great idea
Can you picture Jesus giving away guns, or toasters or raffle tickets? he asked.He gave away bread once, but that was as a sign, not a sales pitch." ( I agree)

Wonder if they are snake handlers too. hahaha Dumbasses

Ya think they do background checks? Or those "saved" get their gun and never come back. haha

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#153067 Mar 3, 2014
Sulfur reduction in gasoline another EPA rule for right-wingers to bellyache about:

The Environmental Protection Agency on Monday released a rulemaking to lower the amount of sulfur in gasoline and significantly reduce air pollution from automobile emissions.

According to EPA, the rule will slash atmospheric concentrations of smog and soot by requiring refiners to cut back on sulfur concentrations by more than 60 percent in gasoline blends. The standards also set limits on tailpipe emissions from automobiles.

"These standards are a win for public health, a win for our environment, and a win for our pocketbooks," EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said in a statement. "We're continuing to build on the Obama Administration's broader clean fuels and vehicles efforts that cut carbon pollution, clean the air we breathe, and save families money at the pump."

http://www.nationaljournal.com/energy/epa-str...

Glad we have EPA. Repukes don't care about the air, water, or the environment. Just big CORPS,

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#153068 Mar 3, 2014
Sarah Palin, Shut Up No, You Did Not Predict that Russia Would Invade Ukraine

Hows that saying go,Even a broken clock is right twice a day? Well, I would compare Sarah Palin to a broken clock, but I dont want to insult the clock.

Since Palin first burst onto the scene in 2008, I pretty much always knew she was a babbling idiot. Sure, she plays well to crowds of imbeciles who fall prey to the soccer mom shtick she tries to portray herself as but the reality is, shes just not an intelligent person.
Im sure many of you have heard that Sarah Palin made a prediction back in 2008 that if Obama was elected president, considering his stance on the Russian invasion of Georgia, that it would probably tempt Russia to invade Ukraine.

Heck, she even posted about it on her Facebook:

Yes, I could see this one from Alaska. Im usually not one to Told-Ya-So, but I did, despite my accurate prediction being derided as an extremely far-fetched scenario by the high-brow Foreign Policy magazine. Heres what this stupidinsipid woman predicted back in 2008:After the Russian Army invaded the nation of Georgia, Senator Obamas reaction was one of indecision and moral equivalence, the kind of response that would only encourage Russias Putin to invade Ukraine next.

Lets not pretend like she used some intricate knowledge of foreign policies to come up with her prediction. All she did was utilize a situation that at the time was a fairly large conflict, then pointed out the next logical country with which Russia might do the same thing.

The situation in Ukraine has nothing to do with Obama being President of the United States. If thats her stance, did Bushs policies (and handling of foreign affairs) lead the Russian government to invade Georgia?

Because we cant gloss over the fact that the Russian invasion of Georgia happened before Obama was elected president. So how could what caused Russia to invade Georgia be the same thing that has now led to Russia sending troops into Ukraine, considering these events happened under two different presidents?

(Side note: I love how she had to say the nation of Georgia. She was probably afraid that millions of conservatives might think Russia had invaded Atlanta or that she thought the same.)

And lets not forget that the unrest between eastern Europe and Russia has been going on for decades. This isnt something that just magically sprung up in the last five years.

Palins comments, seemingly trying to take some kind of credit for this prediction, only serve the purpose of showcasing how much of a fool she really is. She cherry-picked one comment out of her thousands of absurd claims and is now trying to pass it off like she was some savant who knew exactly what would happen if Obama became president.

But the worst part is the conservative media (and conservative voters) are falling all over themselves to point out Palins intelligence by getting this prediction accurate.

Doesnt this whole situation tell the story of just how ignorant this woman really is? After 5 years, shes now basing her argument against her detractors completely on a claim with which she essentially just got lucky. One claim, one prediction out of thousands of absurd claims and predictions she made about President Obama.

Though I doubt she, and her millions of loyal followers, are intelligent enough to really understand that.

- See more at: http://www.forwardprogressives.com/sarah-pali...

Yes, I could see this one from Alaska,,,,,,hahahaha what a clown. She should run too. hahaha

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Pooh ten

Marco, Italy

#153069 Mar 3, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Correction...he is arisock's puppet. Notice when ever we slam him with the truth and proof of his antics he brings out his "foreign" socks like vern etc ...those socks from the past hailed from Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, and his numerous Anonymous Proxy. So obvious. haha He is a pathetic loser lemming tool.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Correction! Cry baby.

Seems that you sniff way too much. Go play at the www.idiotsRyou.com site.

Or, www.Iamabutzsniffer.com that might be the better match for your type.
Pooh ten

Marco, Italy

#153070 Mar 3, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
Sarah Palin, Shut Up No, You Did Not Predict that Russia Would Invade Ukraine
Hows that saying go,Even a broken clock is right twice a day? Well, I would compare Sarah Palin to a broken clock, but I dont want to insult the clock.
Since Palin first burst onto the scene in 2008, I pretty much always knew she was a babbling idiot. Sure, she plays well to crowds of imbeciles who fall prey to the soccer mom shtick she tries to portray herself as but the reality is, shes just not an intelligent person.
Im sure many of you have heard that Sarah Palin made a prediction back in 2008 that if Obama was elected president, considering his stance on the Russian invasion of Georgia, that it would probably tempt Russia to invade Ukraine.
Heck, she even posted about it on her Facebook:
Yes, I could see this one from Alaska. Im usually not one to Told-Ya-So, but I did, despite my accurate prediction being derided as an extremely far-fetched scenario by the high-brow Foreign Policy magazine. Heres what this stupidinsipid woman predicted back in 2008:After the Russian Army invaded the nation of Georgia, Senator Obamas reaction was one of indecision and moral equivalence, the kind of response that would only encourage Russias Putin to invade Ukraine next.
Lets not pretend like she used some intricate knowledge of foreign policies to come up with her prediction. All she did was utilize a situation that at the time was a fairly large conflict, then pointed out the next logical country with which Russia might do the same thing.
The situation in Ukraine has nothing to do with Obama being President of the United States. If thats her stance, did Bushs policies (and handling of foreign affairs) lead the Russian government to invade Georgia?
Because we cant gloss over the fact that the Russian invasion of Georgia happened before Obama was elected president. So how could what caused Russia to invade Georgia be the same thing that has now led to Russia sending troops into Ukraine, considering these events happened under two different presidents?
(Side note: I love how she had to say the nation of Georgia. She was probably afraid that millions of conservatives might think Russia had invaded Atlanta or that she thought the same.)
And lets not forget that the unrest between eastern Europe and Russia has been going on for decades. This isnt something that just magically sprung up in the last five years.
Palins comments, seemingly trying to take some kind of credit for this prediction, only serve the purpose of showcasing how much of a fool she really is. She cherry-picked one comment out of her thousands of absurd claims and is now trying to pass it off like she was some savant who knew exactly what would happen if Obama became president.
But the worst part is the conservative media (and conservative voters) are falling all over themselves to point out Palins intelligence by getting this prediction accurate.
Doesnt this whole situation tell the story of just how ignorant this woman really is? After 5 years, shes now basing her argument against her detractors completely on a claim with which she essentially just got lucky. One claim, one prediction out of thousands of absurd claims and predictions she made about President Obama.
Though I doubt she, and her millions of loyal followers, are intelligent enough to really understand that.
- See more at: http://www.forwardprogressives.com/sarah-pali...
Yes, I could see this one from Alaska,,,,,,hahahaha what a clown. She should run too. hahaha
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
hahahaha whatta clown, YOU are a broken clock.

You can see Russia from Alaska!

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