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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 253599 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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American Lady

Danville, KY

#45037 Aug 8, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Adele - Rolling In The Deep
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =rYEDA3JcQqwXX
Oooops....forgot to rename iT

Adelle - Rolling In The Deep w/Obama & US
See Post #45032 for lyrics
whitehair

Fort Thomas, KY

#45038 Aug 8, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
You just did!
Obama's record is not nearly as bad as the GOPers would have us believe! Ceteris paribus or all thing being equal, no leader or governing party thrives politically in difficult economic times. During his first two years in office, President Barack Obama and his Democratic allies in Congress compiled a substantial record of policy accomplishment -- the economic stimulus, bringing the financial system back from the brink of collapse, rescuing two automakers, universal health care, sweeping reform of financial regulation, and major changes in student loan programs, among many others. Nevertheless, the political standing of both the president and congressional Democrats slipped steadily through much of this period. While some contests remain unresolved, the Democrats have lost at least six Senate seats, at least ten governorships, and more than sixty House seats, the most for a mid-term election since 1938. By any measure, this is a substantial and consequential expression of public discontent. Besides the relentless bombardment of negativity by the opposition’s propaganda machinery, the most obvious is the unusual quantity and nature of problems that Obama inherited when he took the oath of office. Because economic downturns induced by financial crises differ fundamentally from ordinary cyclical recessions, recovery is slower and takes longer, generating sustained high unemployment.
The real problem Frank,is that most of what Obama has done,most of what the Democratic part of Congress has done, is not wanted by some 48% of the people and some 63% don`t want the Medical Reform..All of what you call accomplishments,have either been against the conservative`s thinking,or ,had to do with the problems brought on by the Democratic Congress not regulating the banking system,including Freddie and Fannie.They even left them alone after the bubble burst,allowed the stimulus to allow big bonus for the leaders,for their failures.We see this all as a big failure,not successes.
Now don`t get me wrong,the Republicans are not better.That is why so ,we tout the Tea Party types,term limits,no more money collecting by the Congressional persons.There is no way you can provide a satisfactory result when the Democrats that were opposed to Obama Care were bribed to vote for it,all done openly!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45039 Aug 8, 2012
Archie Bunker on Democrats
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Art Freen

Madisonville, KY

#45040 Aug 8, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Archie Bunker on Democrats
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =7fqCS7Y_kMEXX&feature=rel ated
Good to know the source of GOP talking points is a 40-year old sitcom starring a stereotypical bigot.
Homeland Insecurity

Jonesborough, TN

#45041 Aug 8, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
You just did!
Obama's record is not nearly as bad as the GOPers would have us believe! Ceteris paribus or all thing being equal, no leader or governing party thrives politically in difficult economic times. During his first two years in office, President Barack Obama and his Democratic allies in Congress compiled a substantial record of policy accomplishment -- the economic stimulus, bringing the financial system back from the brink of collapse, rescuing two automakers, universal health care, sweeping reform of financial regulation, and major changes in student loan programs, among many others. Nevertheless, the political standing of both the president and congressional Democrats slipped steadily through much of this period. While some contests remain unresolved, the Democrats have lost at least six Senate seats, at least ten governorships, and more than sixty House seats, the most for a mid-term election since 1938. By any measure, this is a substantial and consequential expression of public discontent. Besides the relentless bombardment of negativity by the opposition’s propaganda machinery, the most obvious is the unusual quantity and nature of problems that Obama inherited when he took the oath of office. Because economic downturns induced by financial crises differ fundamentally from ordinary cyclical recessions, recovery is slower and takes longer, generating sustained high unemployment.
To express ones own opinion, is all that Frank? Methinks you are a wordsmith! Or as it is sometimes called in layman’s terms, a bullshit artist! Now how about the math question in post 45016?
lighten up lol

Glasgow, KY

#45042 Aug 8, 2012
Art Freen wrote:
<quoted text>
Good to know the source of GOP talking points is a 40-year old sitcom starring a stereotypical bigot.
Well at your suggestion I guess we should all watch a few George Jefferson episodes to get a realtime view of what the dems talking point tactics.
lol

Glasgow, KY

#45043 Aug 8, 2012
The democrats are poking fun and announcing that they think Romney should pick Newt or Bachman as his VP. On that same hilarious note...Romney still has a choice as to who will be his running mate but the Obamoron is stuck with that crazy old man Biden! Now THAT is hilarious!
Art Freen

Madisonville, KY

#45044 Aug 8, 2012
lighten up lol wrote:
<quoted text>
Well at your suggestion I guess we should all watch a few George Jefferson episodes to get a realtime view of what the dems talking point tactics.
Fail. George was a Republican!(AITF, Episode 97, November 30, 1974)
lighten up lol

Glasgow, KY

#45045 Aug 8, 2012
Art Freen wrote:
<quoted text>
Fail. George was a Republican!(AITF, Episode 97, November 30, 1974)
I never said what Jefferson was politically, did I? How can you correct something that was never said or insinuated? Oh that's right, you Obamorons do it all the time and actually think people buy into your horse shit! lol I simply suggested that you watch a few of the Jefferson's episodes to get a clear view of how democrats operate and think and their reasoning. In other words...the Jefferson's show portrayed many of the views that democrats hold sacred.

Sorry, but it isn't humanly possible to dumb myself down to your level to help you comprehend what you read.
Curious

Elizabethtown, KY

#45046 Aug 8, 2012
lighten up lol wrote:
<quoted text>
I never said what Jefferson was politically, did I? How can you correct something that was never said or insinuated? Oh that's right, you Obamorons do it all the time and actually think people buy into your horse shit! lol I simply suggested that you watch a few of the Jefferson's episodes to get a clear view of how democrats operate and think and their reasoning. In other words...the Jefferson's show portrayed many of the views that democrats hold sacred.
Sorry, but it isn't humanly possible to dumb myself down to your level to help you comprehend what you read.
"what the dems talking points tactics" technically doesn't mean anything. He had to guess because you don't seem capable or articulating what you think you mean. You probably can't dumb yourself down to that level because you would first have to increase your intelligence.
Art Freen

Madisonville, KY

#45047 Aug 8, 2012
That's true, The Jeffersons, TV program did portray many view Democrats hold sacred...upward mobility for minorities, racial tolerance, acceptance of inter-racial marriage, respect for people of different backgrounds. It shouldn't be surprising since the program was developed by Norman Lear, a well known supporter of the Democratic Party.

Of course, Norman also developed All In The Family to illustrate the bigotry and proud ignorance that are the hallmarks of the GOP. Back then it was satire. Today it's damned near a documentary.

Now, how does it feel to be a dumbass on both sides of a metaphor?
john

United States

#45048 Aug 8, 2012
Street
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45049 Aug 8, 2012
Art Freen wrote:
<quoted text>
Good to know the source of GOP talking points is a 40-year old sitcom starring a stereotypical bigot.
Drove "Old Glory" home, did iT?????
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45050 Aug 8, 2012
The Shangri-Las -Leader Of The Pack


Little Deuce Coupe
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

409 - Beach Boys
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

My Little GTO
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45051 Aug 8, 2012
Ooops....Can't forget THIS one....

Jan and Dean - Little Old Lady From Pasadena


:-)
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45052 Aug 8, 2012
Lee Greenwood - Touch And Go Crazy
&pl aynext=1&list=PL43C7D9D21B 3B5A61&feature=results_vid eo
Curious

Elizabethtown, KY

#45053 Aug 8, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Lee Greenwood - Touch And Go Crazy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =__b4RbITF7IXX&playnext=1 &list=PL43C7D9D21B3B5A61 &feature=results_video
What the hell are you doing lady?
Jay

Springville, TN

#45054 Aug 8, 2012
Geez, you guys, lighten up a little. The Bunker's, The Jefferson's and even the Huxtables and Roseanne were fun to watch and gave us a lot of laughs. Some of the most hilarious times were when "Meathead" a diehard Dem. and lefty and the Archie got into discussions. Edith was a Democrat and Archie was a Repub., and all and all, it was just satire and a good time sitcom.

Today it would probably never fly because we have become a pathetic political correctness society where whenever someone says something the other takes offense to or somebody's feathers get ruffled up we practically have a law suit. That mindset has stifled our society to the point where too many people are stick-in-the-muds and nobody has much of a sense of humor anymore.

Offended? Who hasn't been offended? Who cares? Blow it off and move on! It works.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45055 Aug 8, 2012
Curious wrote:
<quoted text>
What the hell are you doing lady?
Trying to "lighten up" this board
and
having a lil fuuun.
I can already see November....
and iT

L
Q
Q
K
S

Good!!!!!!!

Wanna have some?
Fuuun...
That iS :)

Miranda Lambert - Fastest Girl In Town
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45056 Aug 8, 2012
Jay wrote:
Geez, you guys, lighten up a little. The Bunker's, The Jefferson's and even the Huxtables and Roseanne were fun to watch and gave us a lot of laughs. Some of the most hilarious times were when "Meathead" a diehard Dem. and lefty and the Archie got into discussions. Edith was a Democrat and Archie was a Repub., and all and all, it was just satire and a good time sitcom.
Today it would probably never fly because we have become a pathetic political correctness society where whenever someone says something the other takes offense to or somebody's feathers get ruffled up we practically have a law suit. That mindset has stifled our society to the point where too many people are stick-in-the-muds and nobody has much of a sense of humor anymore.
Offended? Who hasn't been offended? Who cares? Blow it off and move on! It works.
You tell 'em Jay!:)
Right now I'm SO.....

"Happy"...

I can'T....

;~)

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