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

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 224680 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.


Louisville, KY

#173992 Aug 12, 2014
Obama Zombies wrote:
http://themuslimissue.wordpres s.com/2013/10/13/muslims-raped -over-300-swedish-children-and -700-women-in-seven-months-of- 2013/
Muslims rape over 300 Swedish children and 700 women in first 7 months of 2013
A journalist asked a muslim leader why you kill gays and not rapists?he said well its natural for men to rape girls.no sht

Louisville, KY

#173993 Aug 12, 2014
Like 2 million in illigall sex trades.now counting with legal who knows.those 300 school girls havent been found yet to my knowledge

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#173994 Aug 12, 2014
wtf wrote:
93% this and 80% that and blah, blah whaa,whaa, fuckin' blah. Is Kentucky on the verge of bankruptcy? Is California? Is California a red state? No? lol How about Illinois? Is Illinoise a red state? lol What about Detroit, you know, the largest city in Michigan that Obama bailed out and saved them from doom and gloom? It is a ghost town now. If a turd spoke to you and told you all kinds of shit you would swear it was the truth as long as it was a democrat turd talking shit to you. Get with the program, imbecile. Just because you read it on the internet doesn't mean a word of it is true. You didn't know that? There are websites that claim Michelle Obama is a man, there is a website that claims Elvis and Tupac live on an island and raise hens that lay golden eggs. If you dig deep enough you could probably find a website that claims Rachael Madcow is actually a woman! How funny is that? lol
Here's a big dose of reality for you, the economical problems in this country aren't caused by Democrat nor Republican ideology, take the blinders off and look around. Ideology alone doesn't shape this country, America has become a commodity on the market and is being bought or sold depending on who has the most money, greed or lust for power. Our politicians are being bought and controlled while we the people are fighting each other over the bare bones. Those in control are hiding in plain sight behind their political smoke screens and we are blaming the poor and helpless as if they are the problem, poor people have no control beyond their voting power and even that is being bought. Well here we are again and its another day of fighting to generate the political smoke screen for the fat cats, let us at least be honest with one another and say we're all screwed. Please have a nice day.!

Louisville, KY

#173996 Aug 12, 2014
Yeah i want my doobie you bstrds!
Lib killa

United States

#173997 Aug 12, 2014
why is this old ass thread still going? Why? Talk about off topic. Jesus. Yea we need more air headed dope heads walking around brain dead and paranoid. Obummer and all democ*nts suck c*ck. What's new? Stomp em all. Start a nee thread as*holes. This one's older than sh*t. Suck it.

Louisville, KY

#173998 Aug 12, 2014
Im not paranoid.taxing viagra.hooray you can catch fish and let the rich get meds

Louisville, KY

#173999 Aug 12, 2014
What law of kentucky like to discuss?im tired of this sht and other people are too.hey how much money you charge other states for electricity.does that other state collect tax from electricity not theirs?

Louisville, KY

#174000 Aug 12, 2014
Can another state get carbon tax for misbehavior it supports?whatever bins your pharmacutical companys make their fabolus pills has cancerious metals.

Louisville, KY

#174002 Aug 12, 2014
Its not because my obamacare pay for visits but just helps pass new laws for a systematic i dont believe or use

Since: Nov 08


#174003 Aug 12, 2014
Straw Grasping Teabaggers wrote:
GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Arrested in Shooting

A Republican candidate who finished fifth in the June primary race for governor of California was arrested Friday as a suspect in a Fresno County shooting that left one man wounded and a horse dead.

Tye "Glenn" Champ is a registered sex offender who spent more than a decade in state prison. He was convicted of crimes including voluntary manslaughter and assault with intent to commit rape.

....Teabaggers always send out the cream of their crop.
Straw gasping is right. Let us know when over 260 are killed due to Holder and Obama during Fast and Furious. Try harderer

Louisville, KY

#174004 Aug 12, 2014
What, angry i said obama. wanted to help people.doesnt matter cause your state holds the options.just take that health bill and burn it

Since: Nov 08


#174005 Aug 12, 2014
Straw Grasping Teabaggers wrote:
"97 percent of the 100 poorest counties in America are in red states."

For median income, we found that 95 of the 100 poorest counties were located in red states. Here are the 10 poorest, all of them in red states:

1. Owsley County, Ky.

2. Jefferson County, Miss.

3. Wolfe County, Ky.

4. Brooks County, Texas

5. McCreary County, Ky.

6. Hudspeth County, Texas

7. Hancock County, Tenn.

8. Jackson County, Ky.

9. Clay County, Ky.

10. Holmes County, Miss.

For percentage of residents in poverty, we found that 93 of the 100 poorest counties were in red states.

Here are the 10 with the highest poverty rates, all of them in red states:

1. Shannon County, S.D.

2. Clay County, Ga.

3. East Carroll Parish, La.

4. Sioux County, N.D.

5. Todd County, S.D.

6. Hudspeth County, Texas

7. Holmes County, Miss.

8. Corson County, S.D.

9. Wolfe County, Ky.

10. Humphreys County, Miss.

You do realize that most of those counties are poor because Obama promised to bankrupt the coal companies.

Campbellsville, KY

#174006 Aug 12, 2014
You do realize don't ya, leDUMBO those KY counties are an example of what McCONnell has done for those counties....NOTHING. And then there's that little secret coming out his wife on the board of those who make it their quest to close more coal mines, meanwhile bragging about the ones they closed. RED states suck more from the gov't than BLUE states, yet their low IQ voters continue to vote for those DO NOTHING teabagger CONS.

Mitch McConnell's wife sits on the board of a group working to kill the coal industry

For the pro-coal senator, the "war on coal" begins at home
For months, Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell has accused his Democratic opponent, Alison Lundergan Grimes, of engaging in a “war on coal,” casting her as an outright enemy of one of the state’s most vital industries.

But while McConnell presents himself as a defender of Kentucky coal mining, a member of his own family who serves as a key campaign surrogate is taking a role in an organization that funds one of the most aggressive anti-coal campaigns in the country.

McConnell’s wife, former Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao, sits on the board of directors of Bloomberg Philanthropies, which has plunged $50 million into the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal initiative, an advocacy effort with the expressed goal of killing the coal industry.


Don't you have some more threads to troll, stalker freak? I only seen your name a couple times. Bet you hit most of them before I even got up. Trolling, trolling, trolling.

As usual, you GOT NOTHING.(except of course one post closer to that troll badge) hahaha




Campbellsville, KY

#174007 Aug 12, 2014
Sorry I missed Calvin, he'd love this....just too funny.

Sarah Palin’s Recent Bizarre Behavior Has Been Strange Even for Her (Videos)

Now I’ve made it pretty clear that I am by no means a Sarah Palin fan. While some of the things I’ve said about her have clearly been hyperbole, my genuine disdain for her is very real. My honest opinion, without any kind of political bias whatsoever behind it, is that she’s a raving narcissist who has a desperate need to be the center of attention.

And I genuinely just don’t think she’s very intelligent.

All that being said, she’s been acting extremely bizarre lately. Even for her.

I first noticed it in a speech she gave in Denver, Colorado a few weeks back. She almost seemed intoxicated, or at least on something. She was just randomly blabbering on in an even more erratic way than usual.

Just watch the first few minutes of her speech starting at 3:55 in the video below:

While she often comes off irrational and ridiculous, in this particular speech she just seemed much more “off” than usual.
At one point she goes off on some rant about “fat cats” and Obama rubbing purring kitten bellies. It’s really just… odd.

Then I recently watched another video where she responded to a speech Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren gave at the Netroots Nation convention. During that speech Senator Warren hit on an array of topics such as immigration and income inequality.

Warren also touched on the current battle many fast food workers are fighting in their push to be paid better wages from their employers.
This apparently motivated Palin to release a video in response to Warren’s comments.

The first bizarre thing about this video is the timing. This is a speech Warren gave nearly a month ago. Typically when you issue a response to a speech such as this, you do so pretty immediately. And if you don’t notice it until a month later, you just let it go.

But even the odd timing of the video isn’t nearly as strange as Palin’s response to the video itself.

Here, take a look courtesy of the Sarah Palin Channel:

Normally I might type out some of the transcript of the speech for those who weren’t able to watch it, but I can’t. It’s that erratic.

She just bounces around from one thing to the next, rambling off random words – with an awkward pause here and there, often not even finishing her current sentence before starting another one.

When people see another person acting strangely peculiar, often they’ll joke and say something like,“Wow, they must be on something.”

And that’s exactly what I said after watching each one of these videos.
I’ve seen plenty of Sarah Palin’s speeches throughout the years, but I’ve never seen her as incoherent and scatterbrained as this.

And that’s saying something considering this is Sarah Palin we’re talking about. Easily one of the most ridiculous conservative personalities this country has ever seen.

But I’m curious what you all think. Is it just me being partisan or does she really seem to be acting even more bizarre than normal? Hit me up on Twitter or Facebook and let me know.

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

Video is hilarious. She acts drunk and of course her butchering sentences and incoherent thoughts reminds me of the )8~D> batshit crazy lisa loon, probably want of the first to sign up for her website. hahaha And these idiots thought she was fit for Vice President. hahaha




Campbellsville, KY

#174008 Aug 12, 2014
Watch: SNL Predicted and Hilariously Mocked The Sarah Palin Channel in 2009

Though this is an older video clip, it’s possibly one of the most hilarious things I’ve seen in quite some time. It’s a segment from a 2009 episode of Saturday Night Live where they brilliantly mocked the possibility of a Sarah Palin channel and what it might broadcast.

A segment that’s even more funny today considering Palin has indeed started her own network called the Sarah Palin Channel.

The segment is essentially mocking the fact that Palin is someone desperately seeking attention to remain relevant. Which is basically what she’s done since quitting half way through her first term as Governor of Alaska in 2009.

The segment lays out several “featured shows” like Tea Party Wheel of Fortune depicting a playing board laid out spelling “Obamar is a Terrist.” A clear jab at the tendency for tea party conservatives to be terrible at spelling and grammar.

Another “show” is titled Elites where statements made by individuals like educators and scientists would be altered to sound like the voice of the teacher on Charlie Brown.

The skit also features several other “shows” that are equally as hilarious. You really just need to watch the whole thing, it’s worth a few minutes of your time for a quick laugh.

Though the funniest part of this entire thing is that it’s obvious this entire skit was done to blatantly mock how ridiculous Sarah Palin is, yet five years later the Sarah Palin Channel ended up becoming a reality.
And sadly, even as ridiculous as these “shows” they listed in the sketch were, I can’t imagine that they’re that much more outrageous than the real nonsense that I’m sure will flood her actual online channel.

Because let’s face it. This channel isn’t about her trying to make a difference in this country. It’s about her desperate need to keep herself in the national eye and stay relevant. Which, sadly, she still is with far too many conservatives. That’s why individuals like myself and others still keep tabs on what she’s doing. It’s not because we care what she says or does, but because she still has a lot of impact on tea party Republicans. And, unfortunately, that means she still has impact on our government.

Watch the segment below via NBC:

- See more at: http://www.forwardprogressives.com/snl-predic...

Tina Fey was awesome and had that nutjob down perfectly. I loved all her skits. PRICELESS




Campbellsville, KY

#174009 Aug 12, 2014
Republicans Are Trying To Trick The American People Into Supporting Another Iraq War

There is an idiom,“Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me,” or as George W. Bush said,“fool me once…you fooled me, can’t get fooled again.” However one puts it, the proverbial definition is that after being tricked once, one should be very wary so a person cannot trick one again. Republican warmongers certainly understand they fooled Americans in 2003 and lied through their teeth to take the country to war against a sovereign nation with no connection to al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, or the terror attacks on 911. Now, they are back again lying, revising history, and attacking President Obama to trick the American people into supporting another war in Iraq because besides giving money to corporations, there is nothing Republicans love more than war; particularly against Muslims.

America at war is the real drive behind warmongers like McCain and Graham whose first response to any sovereign nation’s internal crises is involving America’s fighting men and women in wars. They will do anything to frighten Americans into sending their friends and families to kill Muslims regardless the long term cost in lives and resources, and they are using the same rhetoric that led to the current situation. One wonders if their ultimate goal is creating a feedback loop of war in Iraq because that is their only solution to a problem without a solution; a war among rival religious factions that did not exist warmongers lied this country into invading Iraq.


Warmongers getting giddy at the possibility. War is profitable for them, they could careless about the lives lost or forever changed. Their voting proves that.

What gloom and doom and graphic posts by the chemtrail zombie serb. How morbid you people are. SOS just a different level of crazy.




Campbellsville, KY

#174010 Aug 12, 2014
The Media Fails Us Again By Giving Credibility To A New Round of GOP Iraq War Liars

The Sunday Shows were loaded up with the same Republicans who lied the country into war with Iraq. The problem is that not one member of the mainstream media called these Republicans out on being wrong about Iraq.

We have already detailed just a few of the WMD lies that led us into Iraq today. We can see from the timeline that Iraq wasn’t bad intel or a mistake. It was a deliberate choice made by the Bush administration, who knowingly bypassed getting intelligence feedback on reports that gave them an excuse to do what they had already made up their minds to do.

The same people who sold us that war are now giving a TV megaphone to a new round of players from the same, unatoned Republican party that has never apologized for their Iraq WMD lies as if they have an ounce of credibility on Iraq. They do not.

The media is failing the public again. There are arguments to be made for going into Iraq again, but they need to be made by people with credible track records. They also need to be countered by people who oppose that idea.

Any discussion about war needs to include the funding of the VA. These are not liberal ideas, these are sane ideas. It is insane to give a megaphone to the unatoned party of WMD lies to discuss Iraq again, and never ask them to explain why they should be listened to now.


Lindsey Graham predicts an ‘American city in flames’ if Obama doesn’t go to war in Iraq

McCain Slams Obama: We Should Have Stayed In Iraq

He's damned if he does, damned if he don't. What hypocrites.

Bunch of warmongers.




Campbellsville, KY

#174011 Aug 12, 2014
Rand Paul Suddenly Goes Very Silent On U.S. Airstrikes In Iraq

WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama on Friday announced his decision to launch limited airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq, a move that was largely met with bipartisan support from congressional lawmakers. But there's one prominent member of Congress who hasn't had much to say at all about the airstrikes: Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.).

The libertarian-leaning Republican, a potential 2016 presidential contender, has long been skeptical of entangling the U.S. in foreign affairs. He slammed the administration's decision to intervene in Muammar Gaddafi's Libya. He argued against the use of force in Bashar Assad's Syria. He even said he couldn't support committing additional troops to protect U.S. diplomatic facilities in Iraq. All of which has made Paul a prime target for members of his own party who argue that America cannot afford to isolate itself at a time of global turmoil.
“[I]t’s disheartening to hear fellow Republicans, such as Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), suggest that our nation should ignore what’s happening in Iraq,” Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) wrote in July.

Paul is "part of a wing of the party that has been there prior to World War I, that is a withdrawal to 'Fortress America,'" Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said on CNN.

But for a man who has kept a high profile in recent months -- barnstorming the early caucus state of Iowa, campaigning for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), reaching out to black voters at the Urban League, and joining forces with Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) on prison sentencing reform -- Paul has been conspicuously silent on the latest conflict in Iraq. His office did not comment on his stance after multiple requests from The Huffington Post.






Campbellsville, KY

#174012 Aug 12, 2014
President Obama Releases A Touching Tribute To The Late Robin Williams

President Obama has released a statement of condolence on the death of Robin Williams. The president said,“He gave his immeasurable talent freely and generously to those who needed it most – from our troops stationed abroad to the marginalized on our own streets.”

Here is the full statement from President Obama:

Robin Williams was an airman, a doctor, a genie, a nanny, a president, a professor, a bangarang Peter Pan, and everything in between. But he was one of a kind. He arrived in our lives as an alien – but he ended up touching every element of the human spirit. He made us laugh. He made us cry. He gave his immeasurable talent freely and generously to those who needed it most – from our troops stationed abroad to the marginalized on our own streets. The Obama family offers our condolences to Robin’s family, his friends, and everyone who found their voice and their verse thanks to Robin Williams.
There was always a gentleness to Robin Williams’s performances on film. He could infuse a killer with sympathetic qualities. It is fitting that President Obama remembered Williams for his charitable activities. Robin Williams made the troops laugh overseas, and he along with Billy Crystal and Whoopi Goldberg brought national attention to the plight of the homeless in Ronald Reagan’s “shining city on the hill.”

Video of the opening sketch of Comic Relief 1987:

Here is a commercial that Williams did for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital:

Robin Williams wasn’t a saint, but he made contributions to society beyond his acting and comedy. President Obama really nailed it. Robin Williams not only made millions laugh, but he helped people find their voice, and his manic improvisational style inspired creativity.

The death of Robin Williams has caused a loss that may never be filled, and his impact on millions around the world made him worthy of being remembered by the president.


He will be missed.


Have fun stomping and spinning those proxies while I am out getting strawberries. Beautiful day in Kentucky. Have at it loser lemming tools. Leave me some laughs.




Louisville, KY

#174013 Aug 12, 2014
Grimes and mconnell said no to iraq.mcain said send fighter planes without ground troops.and a month later

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