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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 190403 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).

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God I Hope for a Change

Abingdon, VA

#44303 Jul 25, 2012
Dana wrote:
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I think you and Frank are as amusing as you think you are. Weak minds always are.
I dont argue at great lengths with people on my side as you appear dumb enough to do! Have you heard the phrase 'cant see the forrest for the trees', thats you!
Jay

Paris, TN

#44304 Jul 25, 2012
God I Hope for a Change wrote:
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You hit nail on the head Frank! I wrote a term paper on that a few years ago; as of 2006 the US had spent over a trillion on drug enforcement, however usage has gone up? Drasticly since 'prescribed Narcotics' But remember Carter and Clinton as well as our current President continue on?$500 per second is what it cost's American taxpayer's! It was 1973 Nixon declared 'his' war on drugs. Just Remember the Democrats have been just as active.
*******

So you say you did a term paper a few years ago. You must have been either in high school or college?

My question to you is, do you think the "war on drugs" is a failure? This is what I think I'm reading in your comment.
get real

Glasgow, KY

#44305 Jul 25, 2012
Jay wrote:
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The last I read, if they outlaw 16oz. drinks, that doesn't stop you from ordering a 12oz. and going back for a refill. Brilliant idea there ya think?
Yet another "intelligent" example of the Einstein democrat supporters. lmao
wth

Glasgow, KY

#44306 Jul 25, 2012
frank wrote:
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Maybe so, but just for your information I'm not a democrat and did not vote for Obama, I simply feel compelled to reply to the spectacularly stupid, ill-informed lies, innuendo and fantasy stories you rightwing morons keep dishing out - you troglodytes fool no one ...
Oh sure frank. I mean, your biased posts and many lies in no way ever lean toward Obama and his corrupt crew. None of us ever even considered that you are a democrat and Obama worshiper. What made you think we thought that? The content of every post you make on here? I'm pretty sure you have made your lie quota for the day. You can stop now.
curious

Glasgow, KY

#44307 Jul 25, 2012
Just throwing it out there to start a discussion I'm curious about...what opinions do you have on Obama signing a contract and being a member of the New Party (Progressives/Socialists)? Believe it or not? Facts? Does that make a difference in your voting decision?
April

Irvine, KY

#44308 Jul 25, 2012
Wow
Jay

Paris, TN

#44309 Jul 25, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe so, but just for your information I'm not a democrat and did not vote for Obama, I simply feel compelled to reply to the spectacularly stupid, ill-informed lies, innuendo and fantasy stories you rightwing morons keep dishing out - you troglodytes fool no one ...
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frank, you are not a Democrat and you did not vote for Obama? Honestly, you could have fooled me. Well, I guess you did.

What I don't understand then is your attitude toward the people who post on here who more than likely have a source for the information they post. Some of us have opinions based on either what we read or what we saw reported, and what we've experienced in life. Not everything is a fantasy story, there are many reliable sources out there that do tell the truth.....even if we don't like hearing it. I don't think anyone here has set out to lie, and many are educated, concerned citizens who do worry about where our country is going.

That having been said, I would ask you why as a free people, should we have to abide ...when it comes to our personal liberties ... with what government, an appointed official, a bureaucrat you've never met and never will .... why would you think that this incognito person has any right telling you what you can eat, drink, smoke, etc - what you must abide by that fits his/her/their personal ideology when it comes to your liberties? IMO as an adult you are well aware of the consequences of your behavior. You are not a child of the state or government, or anyone on any appointed committee. Why would any freedom loving American adhere to or support this kind of rule that allows others to make your choices for you? I am assuming that you have worked hard for what you have and have paid your share in society.

As a parent, it is your right to behave in the above as you guide your children through to adult life. That's your duty and your responsibility. But why would you wish to be treated in this same manner as an adult by a government elected, or worse, appointed official, that pretends to know you better than your know yourself?

I don't need their interference in my life's choices and I don't want it.

This is why I'm a conservative.
Jay

Paris, TN

#44310 Jul 25, 2012
PS: I love this definition:

bu·reau·crat&#8194;

"an official who works by fixed routine without exercising intelligent judgment."
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In other words, a government robot.

8D
AmericanMan

Russellville, KY

#44311 Jul 25, 2012
curious wrote:
Just throwing it out there to start a discussion I'm curious about...what opinions do you have on Obama signing a contract and being a member of the New Party (Progressives/Socialists)? Believe it or not? Facts? Does that make a difference in your voting decision?
I'm sure it had Democrat by his name in 2008 when I voted for him. I'm sure it will have the same this time. Can you Repubs make up any more crap? Damn. Most Democrats never made stuff up about Bush. We just called him stupid and most would agree. It didn't have to come in the form of a mushroom cloud for us to know.
Communist, Socialist, Kenyan, Marxist. You will all see come November that 53% of Americans do not agree with you.
God I Hope for a Change

Abingdon, VA

#44312 Jul 25, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
*******
So you say you did a term paper a few years ago. You must have been either in high school or college?
My question to you is, do you think the "war on drugs" is a failure? This is what I think I'm reading in your comment.
Yes Jay, Americas so-called war on drugs is a failure, that has been clearly proven! Im not against pot but despise cocain and narcotics! I do not know what the option is? wish I did, the one being used is wasting the hell out of OUR money; and the problem gets bigger and bigger? It was college Im 55, so a bit out of High School, Ha Ha.
God I Hope for a Change

Abingdon, VA

#44313 Jul 25, 2012
AmericanMan wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sure it had Democrat by his name in 2008 when I voted for him. I'm sure it will have the same this time. Can you Repubs make up any more crap? Damn. Most Democrats never made stuff up about Bush. We just called him stupid and most would agree. It didn't have to come in the form of a mushroom cloud for us to know.
Communist, Socialist, Kenyan, Marxist. You will all see come November that 53% of Americans do not agree with you.
Your MSNBC poll stats wont matter much to you the day after the November election! About like their poll on Scott Walker, I thought Edd Shultz's was going to cry when the voice of the people was heard! I got 5 to 1 odds he does cry when Obama looses!
Hey

Greenup, KY

#44314 Jul 25, 2012
God I Hope for a Change wrote:
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Yes Jay, Americas so-called war on drugs is a failure, that has been clearly proven! Im not against pot but despise cocain and narcotics! I do not know what the option is? wish I did, the one being used is wasting the hell out of OUR money; and the problem gets bigger and bigger? It was college Im 55, so a bit out of High School, Ha Ha.
The option was Ron Paul!!!!!
God I Hope for a Change

Abingdon, VA

#44315 Jul 25, 2012
Hey wrote:
<quoted text>
The option was Ron Paul!!!!!
He would have been a good choice! I think a better choice is geting the experiance he will need for later down the road, his name is Rand! Right now its Romney or Obozo, I will vote for Romney.
Jay

Paris, TN

#44316 Jul 25, 2012
God I Hope for a Change wrote:
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Yes Jay, Americas so-called war on drugs is a failure, that has been clearly proven! Im not against pot but despise cocain and narcotics! I do not know what the option is? wish I did, the one being used is wasting the hell out of OUR money; and the problem gets bigger and bigger? It was college Im 55, so a bit out of High School, Ha Ha.
*********

Thanks for the decent reply. I thought that was what you meant. And I so totally agree.

8)
Hey

Greenup, KY

#44317 Jul 25, 2012
God I Hope for a Change wrote:
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He would have been a good choice! I think a better choice is geting the experiance he will need for later down the road, his name is Rand! Right now its Romney or Obozo, I will vote for Romney.
I believe you are right, I had high hopes for Ron though..

The debates seemed more like a friggin beauty contest..

They didn't want Ron in there from the get-go, He's never been bought like the rest...
Jay

Paris, TN

#44318 Jul 25, 2012
You are so right about Ron Paul, IMO. He owes no one, and they were afraid of him. So they tried to confuse his policies and undermine what he meant, even going so far as to accuse him of being a racist. Pathetic! We watched as they even cut him off in the debates. But.....

today he had a victory. Do you know how long he has fought to audit the Fed? Well, here is his letter of today:

Congressman Ron Paul

Press Release

House Votes Overwhelmingly
to Audit the Fed!





WASHINGTON, July 24 – Congressman Ron Paul today applauded the passage by the House of Representatives of H.R. 459, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act. The bill, which calls for a full audit of the Federal Reserve System-- including its lending facilities and critical monetary policy operations-- passed overwhelmingly by a bipartisan vote of 327-98.



“I am very pleased that the House passed my Audit the Fed legislation today,” Congressman Paul stated.“It has been a long, hard fight, but Congress finally is getting serious about exercising its oversight responsibility over the Federal Reserve. Auditing the Fed is a common sense issue supported by the overwhelming majority of the American people. The Fed’s trillions of dollars worth of asset purchases and its ongoing support of foreign central banks cannot be allowed to continue without Congressional oversight. Today’s passage of H.R. 459 is a good first step towards full Fed transparency, and I hope that the Senate will consider the bill before the end of the year.”

curious

Glasgow, KY

#44319 Jul 25, 2012
AmericanMan wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sure it had Democrat by his name in 2008 when I voted for him. I'm sure it will have the same this time. Can you Repubs make up any more crap? Damn. Most Democrats never made stuff up about Bush. We just called him stupid and most would agree. It didn't have to come in the form of a mushroom cloud for us to know.
Communist, Socialist, Kenyan, Marxist. You will all see come November that 53% of Americans do not agree with you.
I didn't make anything up. Is that your same old tired lame excuse for everything? Get some fresh excuses why don't ya? The old crap no longer works.

I read an article in which the leader (or whatever he calls himself) of the New Party movement swore Obama was not a member because their New Party group didn't have what we would call members. Then immediately following that article there were pics of pages of a newspaper the New Party printed that spoke about their "members" and dues the members paid and the gist of the contract the members signed and were sworn to. The article from the New Party's newspaper talked about a new politician named Barack Hussein Obama and it even gave the date as to when Obama became a member according to the guy who claimed they didn't have members. The New Party article spoke about Obama and the 36 dollars he paid for his membership dues. The contract states that as a politician the member must represent the New Party Progressive Socialist idea while in office.

So let me get this straight. What I read wasn't really there on the computer. I am making it up because I am a republican. You haven't the first clue as to what party I belong to and you won't read about any contract I signed swearing to represent a party.

Lame, lame, lame attempt to focus on the lemonade or 20 ounce sodas or the republicans or Europe or whatever it is you are hawking today.

If you think this is all made up by me then why did you reply? You just made yourself look dumber for replying to a made-up story you refuse to discuss. lol Nice try but no cigar Slick Willy.
what

Glasgow, KY

#44320 Jul 25, 2012
Jay wrote:
You are so right about Ron Paul, IMO. He owes no one, and they were afraid of him. So they tried to confuse his policies and undermine what he meant, even going so far as to accuse him of being a racist. Pathetic! We watched as they even cut him off in the debates. But.....
today he had a victory. Do you know how long he has fought to audit the Fed? Well, here is his letter of today:
Congressman Ron Paul
Press Release
House Votes Overwhelmingly
to Audit the Fed!
WASHINGTON, July 24 – Congressman Ron Paul today applauded the passage by the House of Representatives of H.R. 459, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act. The bill, which calls for a full audit of the Federal Reserve System-- including its lending facilities and critical monetary policy operations-- passed overwhelmingly by a bipartisan vote of 327-98.
“I am very pleased that the House passed my Audit the Fed legislation today,” Congressman Paul stated.“It has been a long, hard fight, but Congress finally is getting serious about exercising its oversight responsibility over the Federal Reserve. Auditing the Fed is a common sense issue supported by the overwhelming majority of the American people. The Fed’s trillions of dollars worth of asset purchases and its ongoing support of foreign central banks cannot be allowed to continue without Congressional oversight. Today’s passage of H.R. 459 is a good first step towards full Fed transparency, and I hope that the Senate will consider the bill before the end of the year.”
As long as Obama and Reid and Pelosi have any type of power in Washington they will use the Nancy Pelosi Book-Cooking Creative Number playing program to audit the Federal Reserve just like they used on the CBO for forced Obamacare. None of those 3 have spoken the truth in so long they wouldn't even know how to anymore.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#44321 Jul 25, 2012
A new national ad has been playing on television – Fox News channel already has aired it – that takes the questions about Obama’s background, eligibility, and qualifications directly to voters.

It doesn’t minimize the issue or try gentle persuasion on voters.“Unless he can tell us who he is, the Democrats need to put up another candidate,” the ad states plainly.

The ad speaks plainly, though.

“We know less about this man than any other president in American history. What’s he hiding?” it begins.“His autobiography is full of fictional characters. But there’ a lot more than that. If you tried to look into his past, you run into a brick wall.”

“His college records at Columbia. Sealed. His college records at Harvard. Sealed. We don’t know what his thesis papers were about because those are sealed, too. His Selective Service record is sealed. His records as an attorney are sealed. He has a Massachusetts Social Security number and we can’t get answers about that either and no one, I mean no one, has seen an actual physical copy of Barack Obama’s birth certificate.”

Several private investigations have revealed that Obama’s Social Security number actually was assigned for distribution in Connecticut, raising questions since he apparently had no contact with that state by the time in his life when that would have been assigned. The ad was changed later to reflect that.

“The fact is, if we don’t know who Barack Obama is, we shouldn’t even have him as a candidate for president,” the ad explains.“Let’s disqualify Obama before the Democratic National Convention.”

The ad says voters should call 1-800-617-7709 to demand information about Obama.
Jay

Paris, TN

#44322 Jul 25, 2012
curious wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn't make anything up. Is that your same old tired lame excuse for everything? Get some fresh excuses why don't ya? The old crap no longer works.
I read an article in which the leader (or whatever he calls himself) of the New Party movement swore Obama was not a member because their New Party group didn't have what we would call members. Then immediately following that article there were pics of pages of a newspaper the New Party printed that spoke about their "members" and dues the members paid and the gist of the contract the members signed and were sworn to. The article from the New Party's newspaper talked about a new politician named Barack Hussein Obama and it even gave the date as to when Obama became a member according to the guy who claimed they didn't have members. The New Party article spoke about Obama and the 36 dollars he paid for his membership dues. The contract states that as a politician the member must represent the New Party Progressive Socialist idea while in office.
So let me get this straight. What I read wasn't really there on the computer. I am making it up because I am a republican. You haven't the first clue as to what party I belong to and you won't read about any contract I signed swearing to represent a party.
Lame, lame, lame attempt to focus on the lemonade or 20 ounce sodas or the republicans or Europe or whatever it is you are hawking today.
If you think this is all made up by me then why did you reply? You just made yourself look dumber for replying to a made-up story you refuse to discuss. lol Nice try but no cigar Slick Willy.
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Re: your reply to "American Man." You're right, I saw the same article, saw pictures of Obama with the group and their reference to him joining the New Party PS movement. The article I read could hardly be disputed with the man right there in the photo. Unfortunately, I think I deleted the article.

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