'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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Not Happy

Elizabethtown, KY

#170393 Jul 16, 2014
Cornelius Scudmister wrote:
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He wouldn't do that.
It is too busy trying to wipe off the bush dung :P
Why do you keep bringing up Bush for he is gone. We need to think of whats going on now, and our for our future. If Bush did wrong learn from it and fix it. Obama has had 6 years to think about fixing it and has 2 years left to think about fixing it. Illegal Immigrate cross over 2 months ago, release by ICE kills mother of 3 in Louisiana.
DemocRATS

United States

#170394 Jul 16, 2014
http://www.rense.com/general32/americ.htm

OUTRAGEOUS - AD PROMISES $6,000.00 A MONTH TAX FREE TO HOUSE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT CHILDREN

“I am the 99%”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#170395 Jul 16, 2014
Not Happy wrote:
<quoted text> Why do you keep bringing up Bush for he is gone. We need to think of whats going on now, and our for our future. If Bush did wrong learn from it and fix it. Obama has had 6 years to think about fixing it and has 2 years left to think about fixing it. Illegal Immigrate cross over 2 months ago, release by ICE kills mother of 3 in Louisiana.
Because the conversation was about the last 6 years as compared to the previous eight.
Pretty hard to talk about the previous 8 without Bush.
Try to keep up.
Crybaby Cons

Manassas, VA

#170396 Jul 16, 2014
Not Happy wrote:
<quoted text> Why do you keep bringing up Bush for he is gone. We need to think of whats going on now, and our for our future. If Bush did wrong learn from it and fix it. Obama has had 6 years to think about fixing it and has 2 years left to think about fixing it. Illegal Immigrate cross over 2 months ago, release by ICE kills mother of 3 in Louisiana.
Bush signed the law that says those children can stay until processed. Are you admitting it's another one of Bush's mistakes that needs to be fixed? Then there were those non-existent WMDs........
American Lady

Danville, KY

#170397 Jul 16, 2014
The Senate races to watch in Republican bid to seize control

IF thereís a single overriding question this election season itís this: Can Republicans seize control of the U.S. Senate?

There are 435 House seats up in November, but barring an upset of Eric Cantoresque proportion, there seems virtually no chance that Democrats can win the 17 seats they need to topple Republican Speaker John A. Boehner.

http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/politi...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#170398 Jul 16, 2014
Night *Patriots*
May God Bless You and Yours
&
Keep you SAFE
<3
DemocRATS

United States

#170399 Jul 16, 2014
Transformation of America = Balkanization of AMERICA ... people will start to break up. California, Colorado will break into more parts ...other states will do it too...

In California you have...China town, Little Tokyo, Latinos have their own community,
no one wants to integrate, or have respect for AMERICA. Too many illegals and they don't have respect for AMERICA. They don't know what is, respect the law of one country.
lordy

Bowling Green, KY

#170400 Jul 16, 2014
grown azz people hitting "like" and "unlike" buttons and spending their lives arguing over things they cant change. fricking hilarious
Dimotard

Elizabethtown, KY

#170401 Jul 16, 2014
Crybaby Cons wrote:
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Bush signed the law that says those children can stay until processed. Are you admitting it's another one of Bush's mistakes that needs to be fixed? Then there were those non-existent WMDs........
Chemical weapons where used on the kurds in the north before the Iraq Dictator was eliminated. There is your WMDs. Or was you old enough to read back then?
Rest of the story

Winchester, KY

#170402 Jul 16, 2014
Crybaby Cons wrote:
<quoted text>
Bush signed the law that says those children can stay until processed. Are you admitting it's another one of Bush's mistakes that needs to be fixed? Then there were those non-existent WMDs........
The rest of the story as Paul Harvey said.........the law Bush signed had to do with sex trafficing......not intended to be used as it is now being used!
wtf

Knob Lick, KY

#170404 Jul 16, 2014
Crybaby Cons wrote:
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Bush signed the law that says those children can stay until processed. Are you admitting it's another one of Bush's mistakes that needs to be fixed? Then there were those non-existent WMDs........
I'll type slow so you can keep up, okay? lol
Here are the facts...President Bush signed the HR7311 bill into law on December 23rd 2008. Remember that date as it has importance. President Bush signed that bill into law just a few weeks before he left office. Obama won the election just a month before the bill was signed into law.

The democrats held a majority in the House and in the Senate and in the following month the White House, also. The democrat bill was brought to the floor on December 9th, 2008 and was voted on (very rapidly) on December 10th, 2008. A democrat majority in the House (Nancy Pelosi) and a democrat majority in the Senate (Harry Reid) and the incoming president within 30 days was also a democrat...made a filibuster-proof majority. The HR7311 was a democrat bill...it was a democrat filibuster-proof majority...with an incoming democrat president...and you people say it was Bush's law??? lol Duh!

The HR7311 bill was enacted and signed into law in December 2008 by a lame duck president. The HR7311 law expired in 2011. Obama introduced the Deferred Action Program in 2012 after "Bush's so-called" law had expired in 2011.

Janet Napolintano, announced on June 15th, 2012. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, certain young people brought to the United States that do not present a National Security risk or a public safety risk to our country will be considered for "relief from" removal from our country and would not be entered into removal proceedings from our country.

So, to recap...the surge of illegals crossing our borders in 2014 have nothing to do with the democrat sponsored and democrat supported bill signed into law by President Bush in December 2008 a few weeks before he left office.

Are you still with us? Understand? lol

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#170406 Jul 16, 2014
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll type slow so you can keep up, okay? lol
Here are the facts...President Bush signed the HR7311 bill into law on December 23rd 2008. Remember that date as it has importance. President Bush signed that bill into law just a few weeks before he left office. Obama won the election just a month before the bill was signed into law.
The democrats held a majority in the House and in the Senate and in the following month the White House, also. The democrat bill was brought to the floor on December 9th, 2008 and was voted on (very rapidly) on December 10th, 2008. A democrat majority in the House (Nancy Pelosi) and a democrat majority in the Senate (Harry Reid) and the incoming president within 30 days was also a democrat...made a filibuster-proof majority. The HR7311 was a democrat bill...it was a democrat filibuster-proof majority...with an incoming democrat president...and you people say it was Bush's law??? lol Duh!
The HR7311 bill was enacted and signed into law in December 2008 by a lame duck president. The HR7311 law expired in 2011. Obama introduced the Deferred Action Program in 2012 after "Bush's so-called" law had expired in 2011.
Janet Napolintano, announced on June 15th, 2012. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, certain young people brought to the United States that do not present a National Security risk or a public safety risk to our country will be considered for "relief from" removal from our country and would not be entered into removal proceedings from our country.
So, to recap...the surge of illegals crossing our borders in 2014 have nothing to do with the democrat sponsored and democrat supported bill signed into law by President Bush in December 2008 a few weeks before he left office.
Are you still with us? Understand? lol
Bill HR7311 was Sponsored by Rep. Howard L. Berman a Democrat and Co-Sponsored by Rep. John Conyers [ D.], Rep. Jeff Fortenberry [ R.], Rep. Zoe Lofgren [ D.], Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [ R.], Robert C. Scott [ D.], Rep. Christopher H. Smith [ R.] Bill HR7311 passed the House without objection and passed the Senate unanimously. A person might say it was a bi-partisan Bill.
12/09/2008 Introduced in House : H. R. 7311.
12/10/2008 Committee on Foreign Affairs discharged.
12/10/2008 Committee on Energy and Commerce discharged.
12/10/2008 Committee on Judiciary discharged.
12/10/2008 Passed/agreed to in House: On passage Passed without objection.(text: CR H10889-10902)
12/10/2008 Passed/agreed to in Senate: Received in the Senate, read twice, considered, read the third time, and passed without amendment by Unanimous Consent.(consideration: CR S10886-10887)
12/12/2008 Presented to President.
12/23/2008 Signed by President.
12/23/2008 Became Public Law No: 110-457.
Yep

Owensboro, KY

#170407 Jul 16, 2014
lordy wrote:
grown azz people hitting "like" and "unlike" buttons and spending their lives arguing over things they cant change. fricking hilarious
True! I get sick of seeing this thread bumped up by the same group of idiots. This thread is 3 years old. Much like the maturity level of these angry, malcontent tea party crazies.

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#170412 Jul 17, 2014
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll type slow so you can keep up, okay? lol
Here are the facts...President Bush signed the HR7311 bill into law on December 23rd 2008. Remember that date as it has importance. President Bush signed that bill into law just a few weeks before he left office. Obama won the election just a month before the bill was signed into law.
The democrats held a majority in the House and in the Senate and in the following month the White House, also. The democrat bill was brought to the floor on December 9th, 2008 and was voted on (very rapidly) on December 10th, 2008. A democrat majority in the House (Nancy Pelosi) and a democrat majority in the Senate (Harry Reid) and the incoming president within 30 days was also a democrat...made a filibuster-proof majority. The HR7311 was a democrat bill...it was a democrat filibuster-proof majority...with an incoming democrat president...and you people say it was Bush's law??? lol Duh!
The HR7311 bill was enacted and signed into law in December 2008 by a lame duck president. The HR7311 law expired in 2011. Obama introduced the Deferred Action Program in 2012 after "Bush's so-called" law had expired in 2011.
Janet Napolintano, announced on June 15th, 2012. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, certain young people brought to the United States that do not present a National Security risk or a public safety risk to our country will be considered for "relief from" removal from our country and would not be entered into removal proceedings from our country.
So, to recap...the surge of illegals crossing our borders in 2014 have nothing to do with the democrat sponsored and democrat supported bill signed into law by President Bush in December 2008 a few weeks before he left office.
Are you still with us? Understand? lol
H.R. 7311 (110th): William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008, An Act to authorize appropriations for fiscal years 2008 through 2011 for the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, to enhance measures to combat trafficking in persons, and for other purposes.
http://www.uscis.gov/iframe/ilink/docView/PUB...
The United States has had laws against trafficking in persons for many years and they dont expire. The funding for H.R.7311 expired in 2011, meaning Congress has to pass a new (updated) Appropriations Bill to further fund and support the Trafficking Law.
The reason H.R.7311 is still so important after Appropriations expired in 2011 is because the Act expanded the law, in other words more protections were added to an already existing law.
I hope this clears up some of the confusion being spread by our Republican friends. Also this explains why Congress has been asked by the Obama administration to reauthorize new appropriations,(funding).....
wtf

Knob Lick, KY

#170413 Jul 17, 2014
Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text>
H.R. 7311 (110th): William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008, An Act to authorize appropriations for fiscal years 2008 through 2011 for the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, to enhance measures to combat trafficking in persons, and for other purposes.
http://www.uscis.gov/iframe/ilink/docView/PUB...
The United States has had laws against trafficking in persons for many years and they dont expire. The funding for H.R.7311 expired in 2011, meaning Congress has to pass a new (updated) Appropriations Bill to further fund and support the Trafficking Law.
The reason H.R.7311 is still so important after Appropriations expired in 2011 is because the Act expanded the law, in other words more protections were added to an already existing law.
I hope this clears up some of the confusion being spread by our Republican friends. Also this explains why Congress has been asked by the Obama administration to reauthorize new appropriations,(funding).....
Didn't I say the same thing? lol Are you bored or what? Who added those extra protections to the expired law? Without funding voted on by the House ( the purse strings) then the law is no longer law. It expires. And that is why the REPUBLICAN MAJORITY won't give the money to the democrats because they can't be trusted to do with the money what it is intended for and they, especially Obama, just change laws and make up rules as they see fit. Then blame it on Bush. LMAO

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#170414 Jul 17, 2014
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
Didn't I say the same thing? lol Are you bored or what? Who added those extra protections to the expired law? Without funding voted on by the House ( the purse strings) then the law is no longer law. It expires. And that is why the REPUBLICAN MAJORITY won't give the money to the democrats because they can't be trusted to do with the money what it is intended for and they, especially Obama, just change laws and make up rules as they see fit. Then blame it on Bush. LMAO
No, that is not what you said and are still saying, the law didn't expire the funding expired. I cant understand why Congress is playing the blame game, the problem is only getting worse while they sit on their hands.
gdave950

Louisville, KY

#170415 Jul 17, 2014
Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text>
No, that is not what you said and are still saying, the law didn't expire the funding expired. I cant understand why Congress is playing the blame game, the problem is only getting worse while they sit on their hands.
Either way, its a hugh problem and it's not a Texas, AZ, Cali problem. It's our problem
It will be in our back yards before you know it and we are going to pay for it. I have the solution for it but people won't like it

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#170416 Jul 17, 2014
gdave950 wrote:
<quoted text>
Either way, its a hugh problem and it's not a Texas, AZ, Cali problem. It's our problem
It will be in our back yards before you know it and we are going to pay for it. I have the solution for it but people won't like it
Congress should give the funding to process the children we already have in custody and stop others by changing the law.
brad

Marlborough, CT

#170417 Jul 17, 2014
gdave950 wrote:
<quoted text>
Either way, its a hugh problem and it's not a Texas, AZ, Cali problem. It's our problem
It will be in our back yards before you know it and we are going to pay for it. I have the solution for it but people won't like it
The solutions are simple,and have always been within our grasp.
The American people aren't against the solutions,its the House,Senate and Executive branch that are collectively against doing the right things for the nation.

Kill the anchor baby policy of citizenship as a birth right,mandate and fund e-verify across the board,ie,no waivers for Oblamers buddies,remove any and all Federal funding to sanctuary cities and enforce our existing immigration laws.

Start hitting people in the pocketbook,politicians and illegals,and watch how fast they react.
hollerrat

Cumberland, KY

#170418 Jul 17, 2014
oblowhole should enforce the law, congress should not give that Kenyan another penny

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