'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

"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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Brody

Ashland, KY

#168791 Jul 4, 2014
Cornelius Scudmister wrote:
<quoted text>
So...
You are saying only people who think like you are patriotic?
YES!!!!!!
straw grasping teabaggers

Dallas, TX

#168792 Jul 4, 2014
Dow power! Iconic stock gauge tops 17,000 for first time

....eclipsing the 17,000 milestone for the first time in its 118-year history and building on the bullish start to the second half of 2014.

http://americasmarkets.usatoday.com/2014/07/0...

And all the resentment class conservatives can do is deny that it reached 17,000.....while filling their pockets, incognito, thanks to President Obama.
brad

Marlborough, CT

#168793 Jul 4, 2014
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
**********
Obama regime denies congressman access to facility holding illegals –
“What are they trying to hide?” asked Rep. Bridenstine, to what was promised to be the ‘most transparent administration in history.’
Congressman Jim Bridenstine (R-OK) was denied access yesterday to a federal facility in Oklahoma holding children who have been illegally shipped across the U.S. border
Rep. Bridenstine, a veteran who is on the Armed Services Committee, explained to Greta Van Susteren on FOX News Wednesday night, that he has visited “all the facilities in our state as a member of the Armed Services Committee, but was blocked by the Obama regime from entering the HHS facility at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, which reportedly houses up to 1,200 unaccompanied alien children (UAC) who illegally crossed the southern border into the United States.
Short video: Here he is, telling you in his own words, and what he’s doing about it.
http://americanactionnews.com/articles/obama-...
The security force hired by DHS to guard the installation affectionately call themselves,"The Brown Shirts."

Its about as subtle as the contact number for the Oblamer-KKKare hotline being 1-800-FU.

This administration is throwing their hatred for America right in our faces,and the apologist buffoons and media are sweeping it under Oblamers prayer rug like its nothing.

Whats it gonna take America?
straw grasping teabaggers

Dallas, TX

#168794 Jul 4, 2014
4th of July is for real Americans, who believe in America. . Not the resentment class conservatives and teabaggers who hope for the worst for America and keep trying...and failing....to bring her down.
Brody

Ashland, KY

#168795 Jul 4, 2014
straw grasping teabaggers wrote:
Republicans Have Grown To Hate America As Much As They Hate President Obama
Over the course of the past five years, Republicans and their conservative cohort have incrementally singled out every demographic in America for their special brand of abject hatred to the point that it is safe to say they truly hate every single American who is not a member of the wealthy elite.
http://www.politicususa.com/2013/11/04/republ...
I'm not a bit wealthy , but I used to be able to support my family. Today I'm without t a job,[one year] and no good one in sight. My family is forced to take food stamps to eat. I can't find a job and that makes me feel like a failure because we had to move in with relatives
I am going to work part time at minimum wage which won't support family ,or pay rent ,utilities or buy fuel to heat a house or to run my car.. I was raised to be self sufficient . Good buy to that.
Brody

Ashland, KY

#168797 Jul 4, 2014
Cornelius Scudmister wrote:
<quoted text>
You want to leave troops there subject to Iraqi law?
Obama would love that. He will see what he can arrange
straw grasping teabaggers

Dallas, TX

#168798 Jul 4, 2014
Brody wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not a bit wealthy , but I used to be able to support my family. Today I'm without t a job,[one year] and no good one in sight. My family is forced to take food stamps to eat. I can't find a job and that makes me feel like a failure because we had to move in with relatives
I am going to work part time at minimum wage which won't support family ,or pay rent ,utilities or buy fuel to heat a house or to run my car.. I was raised to be self sufficient . Good buy to that.
So do you support Mitch McConnell who said it's not his job to create jobs in Kentucky? If so, explain.
brad

Marlborough, CT

#168799 Jul 4, 2014
Commietator wrote:
<quoted text>
So you don't think the economy is better today than it was during the crash of 2008? Can you post numbers of anything that is worst?
What,,,,do you not go to the gas station or grocery store?
Energy costs up,studend debt in 2008 was half a trillion,today 1.4 trillion,median household income down 4,000 a year since 2008,food stamps doubled,poverty rate higher now than when the war on poverty began,global economic competitiveness ranking has dropped 4 years in a row,healthcare costs up 29% and Oblamer-KKKare isn't nearly fully implemented,Americas credit rating has been down graded,7 out of 8 jobs created under Oblamer are part time,lower percentage of Americans working under Oblamer on and on and on.

Do I really need to continue?
Demonicrats

Nashville, TN

#168800 Jul 4, 2014
straw grasping teabaggers wrote:
Dow power! Iconic stock gauge tops 17,000 for first time
....eclipsing the 17,000 milestone for the first time in its 118-year history and building on the bullish start to the second half of 2014.
http://americasmarkets.usatoday.com/2014/07/0...
And all the resentment class conservatives can do is deny that it reached 17,000.....while filling their pockets, incognito, thanks to President Obama.
When Obama quits pumping $80 billion a month into of fake money into our economy the stock market will correct itself. The price of goods and services reflect the value of the dollar, which is not good. Jump rats jump!
Demonicrats

Nashville, TN

#168801 Jul 4, 2014
straw grasping teabaggers wrote:
<quoted text>
So do you support Mitch McConnell who said it's not his job to create jobs in Kentucky? If so, explain.
Do you support Obama putting half the country on welfare and extending unemployment for 5 years and let our borders over run with illegals so he can try to shore up future votes for you rats. I thought so!

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#168802 Jul 4, 2014
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>Making sure they have healthcare? He sure has changed his tune on that since the signing of the train wreck Obamacare. Obama and the dims celebrated their big victory numbers for Obamacare and everybody knew that when somebody started digging...the numbers would be way off. Just like Pelosi's numbers were fabricated to the CBO so they would put their stamp of approval on Obamacare. Instead of tax dollars I think Obama should personally pay for food and healthcare for all the kids and adults coming across the border. He invited them so let him and Moo pay for them. That seems fair, right? When he does that then you can brag about Obama taking care of them. Until then...tax payers are taking care of them. We don't have a choice. We have homeless Americans who need help. We have hungry Americans that need help. There are a record number of Americans living at or below the poverty level on Obama's watch. He has just about wiped out middle class America. Was that part of his agenda? Is he helping them? He played a big hand in sending them to the poverty level, didn't he?

Come back and brag when Obama, who invited the onslaught of illegals to our country, actually takes care of them.
Yep, he won't even allow his legacy piece of legislation start. Look at the poor libs that were coerced into this train wreck and that are probably going to lose their seats over and Obama won't even start it as the law requires.
straw grasping teabaggers

Dallas, TX

#168803 Jul 4, 2014
Regressive, resentment class conservatives would prefer to go back to a trashed economy, of the Bush years, so they can pay less than $2.00/gallon for their gasoline.
Well

Hyden, KY

#168804 Jul 4, 2014
straw grasping teabaggers wrote:
<quoted text>
So do you support Mitch McConnell who said it's not his job to create jobs in Kentucky? If so, explain.
I don't think its McConnell's obligation or any other politician's duty to "create'" jobs. At best politicians can only foster an economic climate that does relatively little harm to those who would create jobs. The last thing we should want is politicians "creating" jobs. With government's abysmal track record in virtual everything it does, you can bet the rent money government created jobs will be the most costly jobs to tax payers with little or nothing to show for it. McConnell was absolutely right in this instance in the pure sense that his constitutional duties do not include "creating" jobs. If only the rest of us would realize this and stop turning more control of our economy over to politicians we would be a lot better off.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#168805 Jul 4, 2014
Brody wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not a bit wealthy , but I used to be able to support my family. Today I'm without t a job,[one year] and no good one in sight. My family is forced to take food stamps to eat. I can't find a job and that makes me feel like a failure because we had to move in with relatives
I am going to work part time at minimum wage which won't support family ,or pay rent ,utilities or buy fuel to heat a house or to run my car.. I was raised to be self sufficient . Good buy to that.
Obama has taken the American dream and turned it into a nightmare for many millions. I watched Bill Ayers on FOX two nights in a row. I see now where Obama got most of his ideals. From A Terrorist, killer and Communist.
straw grasping teabaggers

Dallas, TX

#168807 Jul 4, 2014
Well wrote:
<quoted text>I don't think its McConnell's obligation or any other politician's duty to "create'" jobs. At best politicians can only foster an economic climate that does relatively little harm to those who would create jobs. The last thing we should want is politicians "creating" jobs. With government's abysmal track record in virtual everything it does, you can bet the rent money government created jobs will be the most costly jobs to tax payers with little or nothing to show for it. McConnell was absolutely right in this instance in the pure sense that his constitutional duties do not include "creating" jobs. If only the rest of us would realize this and stop turning more control of our economy over to politicians we would be a lot better off.
Then why has the narrative of resentment class conservatives, been asking Obama 'where are the jobs'? 288,00 more last month....The longest period of positive jobs growth ever.
Well

Hyden, KY

#168808 Jul 4, 2014
straw grasping teabaggers wrote:
<quoted text>
Then why has the narrative of resentment class conservatives, been asking Obama 'where are the jobs'? 288,00 more last month....The longest period of positive jobs growth ever.
They are politicians first. When we credit politicians for job creation, we should keep in mind that often these jobs are created in spite of politician's efforts and not because of them. Even during the Clinton era, it is likely people would have created more jobs without the tax increases early in his first term. As good as the jobs numbers were, they likely could have been better. Similarly, today's job numbers could be better if politicians would interfere less in our economic transactions.

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#168809 Jul 4, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama has taken the American dream and turned it into a nightmare for many millions. I watched Bill Ayers on FOX two nights in a row. I see now where Obama got most of his ideals. From A Terrorist, killer and Communist.
Bill Ayers is a commie scumbag and should be considered an enemy of the republic and treated as such.
yep

Hyden, KY

#168810 Jul 4, 2014
Well wrote:
<quoted text>They are politicians first. When we credit politicians for job creation, we should keep in mind that often these jobs are created in spite of politician's efforts and not because of them. Even during the Clinton era, it is likely people would have created more jobs without the tax increases early in his first term. As good as the jobs numbers were, they likely could have been better. Similarly, today's job numbers could be better if politicians would interfere less in our economic transactions.
you are right not much job creation is made by the president except all the corporate welfare given to these big co. to create jobs with.but now what if the president would have done like our gop congress has done just laid down done nothing.we would not have a nation at this time,it would have collapsed.and if you watch ever time when their no jobs created ever repub lays it on the president.even tho they know better.they have no other excuse to use for their poor effort in the big congress seats.now don't you think that's a lame excuse.
Well

Hyden, KY

#168811 Jul 4, 2014
yep wrote:
<quoted text> you are right not much job creation is made by the president except all the corporate welfare given to these big co. to create jobs with.but now what if the president would have done like our gop congress has done just laid down done nothing.we would not have a nation at this time,it would have collapsed.and if you watch ever time when their no jobs created ever repub lays it on the president.even tho they know better.they have no other excuse to use for their poor effort in the big congress seats.now don't you think that's a lame excuse.
I would prefer the president lay down and do nothing than doing something for the sake of doing something.

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#168812 Jul 4, 2014
Ah Ha.......

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