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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 269946 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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whitehair

Fort Thomas, KY

#42448 Jun 20, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Psalm 2011
Obama Is the shepherd I did not want.
He leadeth me beside the still factories.
He restoreth my faith in the Republican party.
He guideth me in the path of unemployment,
For his party's sake.
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the bread line, I shall fear no hunger, for his bailouts are with me.
He has anointed my income with taxes,
My expenses runneth over.
Surely, poverty and hard living will follow me all the days Of my life, And I will live in a mortgaged home forever.
I'm glad I am American,
I am glad that I am free!
But I wish I was a dog,
and Obama was a tree!
If you think you're too small to make a difference....
YOU haven't been in bed with a mosquito....;-)
From another forum by JS
Cute!!I enjoyed.
whitehair

Fort Thomas, KY

#42449 Jun 20, 2012
A Pissed Off Democrat wrote:
Oh how I wish we still had the good ole days of the Democratic party. The party today has abandoned itself and stands for nothing. Used to I could hold my head high as being a democrat, but no more.
Send Obama back to Kenya or where ever it is he is from!!
APOD
This has been the most repeated phrase(the democratic party has left the worker and gone to socialism)and is the fact as most of we democrats from the old days remember what it was and have a small knowledge of what it now is.Trying Independent was not satisfactory as could not vote in primaries,so went Republican.They come closest to what I believe.Unfortunately all politicians seem to prevaricate,but the Tea Part seems better.
A Pissed Off Democrat

Benton, KY

#42450 Jun 20, 2012
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
This has been the most repeated phrase(the democratic party has left the worker and gone to socialism)and is the fact as most of we democrats from the old days remember what it was and have a small knowledge of what it now is.Trying Independent was not satisfactory as could not vote in primaries,so went Republican.They come closest to what I believe.Unfortunately all politicians seem to prevaricate,but the Tea Part seems better.
So very true!! All the remaining democrats are stupid dingbats as I have left them in search of something better.

Send Obama back to Kenya or where ever it is he is from!!!!

APOD

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#42451 Jun 20, 2012
officer duh wrote:
"...Obama has come full circle. As a senator he decried signing statements and invocation of executive privilege, as president he’s become the quintessential imperial president complete with czars, harassment of opponents’ donors and ham-handed efforts to bully the Supreme Court on Citizens United and then Obamacare." ~ The Washington Post
Obama invokes privilege to halt investigation
www.washingtonpost.com
Duh? officer duh!
Executive privilege "CUTS BOTH WAYS".!

Why has executive privilege been such a contentious issue?

Because it is at the fulcrum of a very delicate balancing act — between a president's right to candid advice and Congress' right to information. Also, executive privilege is a power that political parties tend to support when they control the White House, but abhor when they're out of power. For that reason, neither party is eager for a definitive ruling from the Supreme Court. For its part, the high court seems to be in no hurry to wade into such contentious constitutional waters.

BTW...guess who was the first President to invoke EP?
The Father of our nation...George Washington!!!!
It's one of those Damned if you do and Damned if you don't things!

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#42452 Jun 20, 2012
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
This has been the most repeated phrase(the democratic party has left the worker and gone to socialism)and is the fact as most of we democrats from the old days remember what it was and have a small knowledge of what it now is.Trying Independent was not satisfactory as could not vote in primaries,so went Republican.They come closest to what I believe.Unfortunately all politicians seem to prevaricate,but the Tea Part seems better.
Hello Whitehair!

You left out procrastination!
I surely wish our congress had to vote on every piece of Legislation
put on the table,but in a reasonable time frame.you know what I mean?
Wouldn't that be great?
Up or Down....Yes or No...Just vote!
frank

Oakland, CA

#42453 Jun 20, 2012
Wabbit wrote:
<quoted text>That`s the funniest thing iv`e read in days,Thanks for the laugh AL..lmao!!
Yep, small minds are easily amused
American Lady

Danville, KY

#42454 Jun 20, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep, small minds are easily amused
LAUGHTER is the BEST medicine......

The art of medicine consists of keeping the patient amused
while nature heals the disease."
~ Voltaire

MeThinks this NATION "needs" healed!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#42455 Jun 20, 2012
Thanks everyone for your comments....;-)
You too, tofy, for the video....;-)

IF we, as a Nation, can pull TOGETHER.....
WE can FIX this!

“Hopping around Topix”

Since: Nov 08

On The Highway To Hell

#42456 Jun 20, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep, small minds are easily amused
Yep you should know little man!!
WakeUp

Murfreesboro, TN

#42457 Jun 20, 2012
Darryl Washington wrote:
<quoted text>
I hate to be so blunt, but I must ask. Do you believe that we would be well advised to go cold turkey, pull the plug on all spending and stop taxing? Do you believe that biting the bullet and suffering an absolute shut down would improve our economy? Are you one of the “job creators” who has enough wealth for you and your loved ones could survive? Or do you believe that there’s a single “job creator” who would be concerned about you and your loved ones to want to help? Do you allow no room for moderation?
An absolute program of masochistic austerity require magical intervention to be successful. Otherwise, how would it work (by principles and mechanisms)?
"all spending" and all "taxing"? no, but returning to the limits set forth in the Constitution is the only chance we've got at choosing to reset our economy and taking the pain now, before it's no longer a choice that we'll make as it will be forced upon us and the change will be much worse.

If we don't cut our spending, and not just the "baseline" spending (were instead of growing spending 8.5% we're only going to grow spending 6.8%) we need real cuts. We could cut 1% of our budget, and freeze spending-even in this bad economy, we'd have a balanced budget in 5 years. But we can't even cut 1%!

We also need government deregulation in regards to our domestic energy and other EPA interference in the economy, just to name the largest problems of job creation, with taxes, Obamacare and the rest right behind energy.

It's not going to happen though. No politician is going to stand up and say hey, you've been lied to. This isn't going to work, and EVERYONE is going to take some pain now, or we're all going to face even worse circumstances in the very near future for kicking the can down the road yet again.

As for the "wealthy individual" waiting in the wings-the entire world would dump their wealth into the US if we implemented some of these policies and were serious about reigning in the government and promoting economic freedom to create wealth. Not to mention the millions of American businesses, large and small, that are sitting on trillions of dollars of wealth b/c it's too risky an environment to do anything with that cash other than sit on it and wait for something to change.
WakeUp

Murfreesboro, TN

#42458 Jun 20, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
Truly religious people keep their faith a private matter and do not, not ever, force it on others especially using the Gov’t by legislation and yes it’s in the constitution which makes you a liar and a hypocrite. People of faith do not diss their national leader and commander in chief which makes you a cowardly hypocrite! Why can’t you give credit where credit is due? Why not accept the positive economic indicators,(much to the dismay of the Republican Party), that are on the rise. He pulled us out of both wars, you might cite the fact that his orders eliminated bin Laden and you could acknowledge continually dropping unemployment figures. How about it, as your God is your witness go ahead, quote those positive figures!
So Frank, is the weather always 70 degrees and sunny in your make believe world?

Not even going to touch the religious issues, it's not worth the time to try and teach someone who doesn't want to know.

Just going to point out the rest rather quickly:

Positive economic indicators? What? Where? Are there any?

Housing is bouncing along the bottom, and if not for the millions of homes that banks are not foreclosing on, we'd find a new lower housing market report every day.

Pulled us out of both wars? We're still in Afghanistan and we've been operating over in Pakistan as well. Not to mention the other three wars-er-"kinetic military actions" that he's taken us into.

Oh, unemployment numbers are dropping. Thanks to those who are no longer counted. Those who have run out of their unemployment benefits. Those who have stopped looking for jobs, the 50% or so of college grads (in the last 3 years) who are either unemployed or still bussing tables...
Not to mention, we need 200,000 to 250,000 jobs a MONTH just to keep up with population growth.
The little job growth we've had the last two months has been due to growth of part-time workers (back to back records setting hiring of 200,000+ part time workers), not full time jobs and economic growth

There's still the rising inflation that's around 9%-using the formula from Reagan's era instead of the "new" better,(aka, cherry picking useless items) formula for Obama's inflation....

So, ya, positive economic numbers... I won't hold my breath, but feel free to share them with us

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#42459 Jun 20, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Thanks everyone for your comments....;-)
You too, tofy, for the video....;-)
IF we, as a Nation, can pull TOGETHER.....
WE can FIX this!
Yeah,I've grown tired of all the extremism!
I wish they would think in terms of 50/50 and get back to bipartisan
agreements.
Senators and congressmen seem to never put forward co-sponsored legislation anymore?
They like getting on the cable news and more or less just trash talk
a bunch of gobble-de-goop!
Plus they never thank the American people anymore...and it's both sides.
Last time I heard anything about it the American work force was the
most productive in the world!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#42460 Jun 20, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah,I've grown tired of all the extremism!
I wish they would think in terms of 50/50 and get back to bipartisan
agreements.
Senators and congressmen seem to never put forward co-sponsored legislation anymore?
They like getting on the cable news and more or less just trash talk
a bunch of gobble-de-goop!
Plus they never thank the American people anymore...and it's both sides.
Last time I heard anything about it the American work force was the
most productive in the world!
Dancing In The Rain
&fe ature=relmfu

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#42461 Jun 20, 2012
Hello wrote:
<quoted text>
Well you got your name right anyway..
There will be no next term for Obama as POTUS..
Maybe he can get a job at his local race tracks paddock..
They are always looking for someone that really knows how to sling the horse sh!t LOL!!!
Idiot....had to say something smart huh hillbilly? Romney can't win and you know it. You hillbillies are fucked if the GOP cuts off entitlement programs anyway. Funny how the poorest, welfare sucking, food stamp gobbling states are all red states,lol. I'd personally like to see Ron Paul win, but he can't because voters in the republican primaries have no sense. They would rather elect a war dodging warmonger. I'm all for any candidate who will focus on domestic issues and stop trying to police the world. Obama hasn't done the greatest job but he had a lot of Bush's booboos to fix and not enough band-aids. He is still a better choice than having a religious nut in office.

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#42462 Jun 20, 2012
Double post....I hate dsl.
frank

Oakland, CA

#42464 Jun 20, 2012
WakeUp wrote:
<quoted text>
So Frank, is the weather always 70 degrees and sunny in your make believe world?
Not even going to touch the religious issues, it's not worth the time to try and teach someone who doesn't want to know.
Just going to point out the rest rather quickly:
Positive economic indicators? What? Where? Are there any?
Housing is bouncing along the bottom, and if not for the millions of homes that banks are not foreclosing on, we'd find a new lower housing market report every day.
Pulled us out of both wars? We're still in Afghanistan and we've been operating over in Pakistan as well. Not to mention the other three wars-er-"kinetic military actions" that he's taken us into.
Oh, unemployment numbers are dropping. Thanks to those who are no longer counted. Those who have run out of their unemployment benefits. Those who have stopped looking for jobs, the 50% or so of college grads (in the last 3 years) who are either unemployed or still bussing tables...
Not to mention, we need 200,000 to 250,000 jobs a MONTH just to keep up with population growth.
The little job growth we've had the last two months has been due to growth of part-time workers (back to back records setting hiring of 200,000+ part time workers), not full time jobs and economic growth
There's still the rising inflation that's around 9%-using the formula from Reagan's era instead of the "new" better,(aka, cherry picking useless items) formula for Obama's inflation....
So, ya, positive economic numbers... I won't hold my breath, but feel free to share them with us
Can you give factual examples instead of just stating some vague winger platitude? From the end of 2007 until the end of Bush's last budget in Sept. 2009, America lost 10 million jobs. And, we're still missing those 10 million jobs. Hyperinflation? You sound like uber knucklehead Glenn Beck, but really, can you get any sillier? Trillions of dollars ago, at the start of the recession (Dec. 2007), inflation was about 2.4%. Now it's about 2.1%. Hyperinflation? No, just hyperventilating. Since Reagan, it’s the Republicans who’ve run structural deficits (Obama’s deficits are largely cyclical—very much a function of the recession). Unfortunately, the average voter/citizen does not understand this as they are tuned in to the relentless propaganda machinery.
lol

Glasgow, KY

#42465 Jun 20, 2012
Foolish859 wrote:
<quoted text>Idiot....had to say something smart huh hillbilly? Romney can't win and you know it. You hillbillies are fucked if the GOP cuts off entitlement programs anyway. Funny how the poorest, welfare sucking, food stamp gobbling states are all red states,lol. I'd personally like to see Ron Paul win, but he can't because voters in the republican primaries have no sense. They would rather elect a war dodging warmonger. I'm all for any candidate who will focus on domestic issues and stop trying to police the world. Obama hasn't done the greatest job but he had a lot of Bush's booboos to fix and not enough band-aids. He is still a better choice than having a religious nut in office.
Oh yes because the largest welfare sucking state in the USA, California, is a red state, huh? Moron! Think before you speak if that's even possible.

Don't you wish Obama had that confidence that Romney couldn't win? Life would be a lot easier for him and he wouldn't have to be trying so hard to suck up to the gay population and the Latino population. He wouldn't be on his knees scraping the bottom of the barrel looking for a miracle. lol Obama knows the citizens took him at his word when he said if he didn't cut our national debt in half he would just be a one term president. I guess when he realized the cat was out of the bag and the citizens saw and "felt" the trillions he added to the backs of our children he knows he is 4 in and out. Go ahead fool. Start practicing...the PRESIDENT of the United States of America, Mitt ROMNEY. Sounds great to me!

Those booboo's are the same booboo's Obama swore he could fix when he begged for our vote. We voted him in and he immediately starting blaming Bush because he couldn't fix any booboo's at all. He added worse booboo's and then to add insult to injury to all of us who voted for him...he has cried for 4 years that Bush was obviously so much more intelligent and was obviously so much more powerful than Obama...he stopped Obama in his tracks and he was powerless against Bush. I'm pretty sure Obama has figured out that his Bush lame game excuses for so many of Obama's own self-inflicted failures turned out to be a double edged sword That works just as hard against him in the end as it worked so well for him when he was campaigning. Obama's 4 years of crying "Bush" has made Bush look more intelligent and more powerful than ever!

Give me a religious man over a radical nut any day of the week and it must burn your old ass that the majority of Americans agree with me and they won't be duped a second time by Obama and the democrats. He defeated himself with arrogance and his childish constant blaming and because he was way in over his head from day one.

The Dollar store already has Obama snot rags on sale for the big day. Get you some!
no you didnt but we can

Glasgow, KY

#42466 Jun 20, 2012
In the last 4 years the typical American family lost nearly 40% of it's wealth. That included young and old,rich and poor,well educated and less educated, with and without children in the family. Obama claims we have actually recovered and he told us to celebrate his miracle recovery 2 years ago.

Seems Obama really has touched us all. Each and every one of us. Let's show him how we feel about his claim and celebrate by booting him out of office before he makes us a 3rd world welfare- state country.

Romney 2012!!!
Hey

Morehead, KY

#42467 Jun 20, 2012
Foolish859 wrote:
<quoted text>Idiot....had to say something smart huh hillbilly? Romney can't win and you know it. You hillbillies are fucked if the GOP cuts off entitlement programs anyway. Funny how the poorest, welfare sucking, food stamp gobbling states are all red states,lol. I'd personally like to see Ron Paul win, but he can't because voters in the republican primaries have no sense. They would rather elect a war dodging warmonger. I'm all for any candidate who will focus on domestic issues and stop trying to police the world. Obama hasn't done the greatest job but he had a lot of Bush's booboos to fix and not enough band-aids. He is still a better choice than having a religious nut in office.
Yes, Somebody had to because you sure as hell don't know anything.

Although I have to agree with the Ron Paul statement..

And no I don't think Romney is (much) better..But something beats nothing..

And I'm not on welfare you Idiot..If I were, Like you I would want Oblamea to stay right where he is..

He is the Welfarian President and the lines just keep getting longer..

Romney will win(No Doubt)..

Obama is nothing but a fraud and fabricator of amazing lies..

And what's he trying to cover up for Holder and possibly Himself??
Hello

Morehead, KY

#42468 Jun 20, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah,I've grown tired of all the extremism!
I wish they would think in terms of 50/50 and get back to bipartisan
agreements.
Senators and congressmen seem to never put forward co-sponsored legislation anymore?
They like getting on the cable news and more or less just trash talk
a bunch of gobble-de-goop!
Plus they never thank the American people anymore...and it's both sides.
Last time I heard anything about it the American work force was the
most productive in the world!
It's all for the drama anymore..

Hey TOFY I seen a nice car the other night, A 1973 Pantera, It had a 351 stroked to 392 cid,700-hp over 200 mph with break neck acceleration..

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