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The Nastiest Debate Of 2010 In 2:44 Evan McMorris-Santoro and Clayton Ashley October 18, 2010, 11:14AM Last night's Kentucky Senate debate was one of the most brutal of the year, hands down.

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“USA. It pays to be a failure!”

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#17834 Aug 8, 2013
whitehair wrote:
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Started to reply to this, but the answers have been on here many times.
There just is no way to penetrate these skulls that are closed minded and just wish to call others the name they have for themselves.
It really has been 4 1/2 years and no results.
Yeah, it's pointless. Trust me, I'm far from a Bush fan as he made several BIG mistakes during his reign, but it's pointless to argue with a libtard. to them words mean nothing. They say whatever will help advance their cause at the moment, switch talking points in a heartbeat, and then act indignant (It's ok "Fox News Is A Joke", you can google that word. No one will hold it against you ) if anyone uses the exact same argument they were using five minutes ago. And if you do some how by chance force a liberal into a point-counterpoint argument, his retorts will bear no relation to what youíve said ó unless you were in fact talking about your looks, your age, your weight, your personal obsessions, or whether you are a fascist. In the famous liberal two-step, they leap from one idiotic point to the next, so you can never nail them. Itís like arguing with someone with Attention Deficit Disorder.
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#17835 Aug 8, 2013
Fox News Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>Where are those damn WMD's.
It has been 12 Years.
Now for the last time! They went to all the other Eastern Countries!!Syria in particular. Try to keep up.

O has had 4-1/2 years. Give it up, about all we can do is hope for a better World.

Since: Jul 12

Houston, TX

#17836 Aug 8, 2013
OneBigAssMistakeAmerica_ wrote:
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Bravo!!!
Why, thank you very much!! Have a wonderful day, my friend!!!

Since: Jul 12

Houston, TX

#17838 Aug 8, 2013
Nonato wrote:
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What you said is right and it is a pity that times have change.
I belong to this generation and I couldn't behave the way you do. The police will be summon and I will end it in jail for pervert.
In every generation we have to adapt and live and let other people live respecting what they are.Unfortunately we are living in a big mess and chaos.
You're right, my friend, it is a mess and chaotic. I agree that G.W. did make a few mistakes, but he was far better, and a whole lot less dangerous, than this idiot we have in the White House now. I'm not sure if I understand you statement about not being able to behave the way I do, but it's really very easy, I can assure you. It's just that I come from a different time, and I find that I spend an inordinate amount of time wishing I could go back there. Anyway, have a wonderful day!!!
Charles

Louisa, KY

#17839 Aug 8, 2013
OneBigAssMistakeAmerica_ wrote:
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Yeah, it's pointless. Trust me, I'm far from a Bush fan as he made several BIG mistakes during his reign, but it's pointless to argue with a libtard. to them words mean nothing. They say whatever will help advance their cause at the moment, switch talking points in a heartbeat, and then act indignant (It's ok "Fox News Is A Joke", you can google that word. No one will hold it against you ) if anyone uses the exact same argument they were using five minutes ago. And if you do some how by chance force a liberal into a point-counterpoint argument, his retorts will bear no relation to what youíve said ó unless you were in fact talking about your looks, your age, your weight, your personal obsessions, or whether you are a fascist. In the famous liberal two-step, they leap from one idiotic point to the next, so you can never nail them. Itís like arguing with someone with Attention Deficit Disorder.
The are borderline schzophrenic. My son is 15. He believes Ron Paul would have made a great President . He suffers from ADD, and although he has problems remaining focused; he recognizes the difference between good leadership and none at all.LMAO.
Like

West Liberty, KY

#17840 Aug 8, 2013
Father like Son!
Looks like it gets worse with age!!
Charles wrote:
<quoted text> The are borderline schzophrenic. My son is 15. He believes Ron Paul would have made a great President . He suffers from ADD, and although he has problems remaining focused; he recognizes the difference between good leadership and none at all.LMAO.
Charles

Louisa, KY

#17841 Aug 8, 2013
Nope, there are very intelligent children who suffer from ADD. If you have nothing better to do than bash my child, go off to a corner and play by yourself. His intelligence comes from reading comprehension of various topics unlike some adults who are either spoonfed or can't get off their mother's tit.
resemblance

West Liberty, KY

#17842 Aug 8, 2013
Yeah i see what you mean
He seems intelligent but the least little thing sets him off

“USA. It pays to be a failure!”

Since: Jul 10

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#17843 Aug 8, 2013
Charles wrote:
<quoted text> The are borderline schzophrenic. My son is 15. He believes Ron Paul would have made a great President . He suffers from ADD, and although he has problems remaining focused; he recognizes the difference between good leadership and none at all.LMAO.
I was not much of a Ron Paul fan, but he is by far better than we have had. Sounds like you have a very smart child!
Charles

Louisa, KY

#17849 Aug 8, 2013
OneBigAssMistakeAmerica_ wrote:
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I was not much of a Ron Paul fan, but he is by far better than we have had. Sounds like you have a very smart child!
That child's been an avid reader since reading Art of War. He never tires of learning about different countries. Thank you for your kind response. He's been wanting to do html- he has learned the basics on his tablet- unfortunately, his computer is broken.
Rand2016;)
LETS GO

Corbin, KY

#17856 Aug 8, 2013
lETS GO RAND PAUL YOU ARE THE GREATEST !
captHowdy

Leitchfield, KY

#17857 Aug 8, 2013
I hate society. That's how I feel about it. I'd rather be dead than to keep living in this hell hole of a world.

“USA. It pays to be a failure!”

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#17861 Aug 9, 2013
Charles wrote:
<quoted text> That child's been an avid reader since reading Art of War. He never tires of learning about different countries. Thank you for your kind response. He's been wanting to do html- he has learned the basics on his tablet- unfortunately, his computer is broken.
Rand2016;)
The Art of War is an outstanding book. Have read it twice. That is great he is wanting to learn HTML. Java script and CSS are two more that go hand & hand with HTML. Well, hopefully you will be able to get him a computer soon. My kids are on home school, and I can't wait until I get to teach them computers. I hope that they get into programming. Would make me one proud papa!

“USA. It pays to be a failure!”

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#17865 Aug 9, 2013
Fox News Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>Not surprised they are on Home School, you know you need to protect them.
Lmao
Well, that and don't want them to turn out to be someone like you who is a fine example of our public schools. It truly is a shame to be so short-sighted and not even realize it. It's not your fault though. Good luck in life.

“USA. It pays to be a failure!”

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#17867 Aug 9, 2013
Hey FNIAJ, I want to see how stupid you truly are. Now, even though you struggle forming coherent sentences (again, not your fault, public school systems, so I don't blame you for this) it's obvious by your comments what your beliefs are. I would like to know if you truly understand them. So, a question for you. Now don't get scared, this is not difficult to answer. This is a very simple Yes or No question.

Do you believe the U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land?

“USA. It pays to be a failure!”

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#17869 Aug 9, 2013
OneBigAssMistakeAmerica_ wrote:
Hey FNIAJ, I want to see how stupid you truly are. Now, even though you struggle forming coherent sentences (again, not your fault, public school systems, so I don't blame you for this) it's obvious by your comments what your beliefs are. I would like to know if you truly understand them. So, a question for you. Now don't get scared, this is not difficult to answer. This is a very simple Yes or No question.
Do you believe the U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land?
Fox News Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>I will have to ask your little Misfits that you are afraid to send to School due to their abnormalities you silly pos.
Lmfao
Lmfao
Lmfao
I understand your struggle. Well put man! You win.

“USA. It pays to be a failure!”

Since: Jul 10

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#17873 Aug 9, 2013
Fox News Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>Where will your little Misfits go to College?
In the Basement?
Lmfao
Wow, and a last word kind of guy! I like that. But to answer your questions, wherever they wish. My oldest has been accepted into UK and will start in January when she gets back from AIT which ends the last week of October. AIT does not begin until September when she graduates boot camp.

My second oldest is really interested in EKU, but still has 3 years to decide. I believe she will go there as she has already been on two tours of the campus.

My other two are still undecided as they are in line with you as far as their education level. Although they do have a better understanding of the English language, but, they are only 5 and 7.
jdohe

Friendsville, TN

#17879 Aug 9, 2013
to OneBigAssMistake America:

Just wondering. Why you let yourself fall prey to sickminded people's need to hurt? Posting your kids' education levels gives them a reason to say, "AH, I caused somebody grief today." Think; no topix poster knows your nor your kids. And many have an obsessive need to create hurt in everybody they can. Why? Because they are hurting. As damaged goods, they mistakenly believe that hurting others makes them get better. Falling for their obsessive need means you enable them, making their sickness grow, making mental illness around the U.S. grow. Just a thought.
Charles

Louisa, KY

#17880 Aug 9, 2013
OneBigAssMistakeAmerica_ wrote:
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Wow, and a last word kind of guy! I like that. But to answer your questions, wherever they wish. My oldest has been accepted into UK and will start in January when she gets back from AIT which ends the last week of October. AIT does not begin until September when she graduates boot camp.
My second oldest is really interested in EKU, but still has 3 years to decide. I believe she will go there as she has already been on two tours of the campus.
My other two are still undecided as they are in line with you as far as their education level. Although they do have a better understanding of the English language, but, they are only 5 and 7.
Great post! Just want to let you know Campaign for Liberty offers scholarships to children entering college. This year is too late in the process, but your daughter could qualify. Check out their website if interested. These scholarships are upwards of 25k. Best to you;)

“USA. It pays to be a failure!”

Since: Jul 10

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#17882 Aug 9, 2013
jdohe wrote:
to OneBigAssMistake America:
Just wondering. Why you let yourself fall prey to sickminded people's need to hurt? Posting your kids' education levels gives them a reason to say, "AH, I caused somebody grief today." Think; no topix poster knows your nor your kids. And many have an obsessive need to create hurt in everybody they can. Why? Because they are hurting. As damaged goods, they mistakenly believe that hurting others makes them get better. Falling for their obsessive need means you enable them, making their sickness grow, making mental illness around the U.S. grow. Just a thought.
You speak all truths. Trust me when I say there is no hurt on this end. I do feel sad for people like them and wish them all the best in their futures. Thanks for your thoughts.

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