'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

Oct 1, 2010 | Posted by: Top Mod2 | Full story: thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com

"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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Tea Party Republican

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Uncle Tab wrote:
Can someone explain to the low IQ tea Baggie what denomination means.
Guess he's too stupid to be able to answer those types of questions.
It too hard to Google that and not too hard for you to Google our first president??
Low IQrs always make me laugh.
And they ALL have temper problems LMAO
Denomination can refer to money, or church but it has not one thing to do with the first POTUS!
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So you're saying the First President of the United States of America doesn't have a Presidential Library idiot??
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The first President of the United States was Peyton Randolph, tabby, do tell me where his Library is, and/or what denomination of currency his likeness appears? You stupid pathetic idiot, you fell for it!
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Who was the first president of the United States? Ask any school child and they will readily tell you "George Washington." And of course, they would be wrong—at least technically. Washington was not inaugurated until April 30, 1789. And yet, the United States continually had functioning governments from as early as September 5, 1774 and operated as a confederated nation from as early as July 4, 1776. During that nearly fifteen year interval, Congress—first the Continental Congress and then later the Confederation Congress—was always moderated by a duly elected president. As the chief executive officer of the government of the United States, the president was recognized as the head of state. Washington was thus the fifteenth in a long line of distinguished presidents—and he led the seventeenth administration—he just happened to be the first under the current constitution.
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Tell us some more about your knowledge, tabby!
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Hey Jay ...!!
Thank you for your kind words. You're good person.
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Way to GOoooooo "T" ...
[clapping hands]

Boo Yah :)

The first president of the Continental Congress was George Washington’s close friend and Thomas Jefferson’s cousin. So who was this mostly forgotten forefather, and why was he a crucial Revolutionary figure?

http://blog.constitutioncenter.org/2012/11/pe...

The 'present pResident'...

http://s1253.photobucket.com/user/HotHunt1/me...
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For some reason, my computer is freezing all night or no signal. Cable/TV too. Two different companies ...!!
Can't 'reply' most of the night.'Little people' insight must be taking long break...hahaha !!
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What did you say nutter, about me being GONE?
I did leave the other forum for awhile ...

Did NOT tell my *Patriot* Friends on here
THAT ...

Did "I" ...???

You've been pUnkD ...

Thought you didn't 'hang out' in the other one ...???

ha ha ha ha ha ...

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Watch the idiots stomp the icons now! I would be mad too, if I was as STUPID as they are. Ol tabby got all swelled up thinking it was right, and that part is funny as hell!
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Tea Party Republican wrote:
Who was the first president of the United States? Ask any school child and they will readily tell you "George Washington." And of course, they would be wrong—at least technically. Washington was not inaugurated until April 30, 1789. And yet, the United States continually had functioning governments from as early as September 5, 1774 and operated as a confederated nation from as early as July 4, 1776. During that nearly fifteen year interval, Congress—first the Continental Congress and then later the Confederation Congress—was always moderated by a duly elected president. As the chief executive officer of the government of the United States, the president was recognized as the head of state. Washington was thus the fifteenth in a long line of distinguished presidents—and he led the seventeenth administration—he just happened to be the first under the current constitution.
low information voters do not know much. Some think there is only one person acting as three from Switzerland. Know what I mean. Good morning, off to the bakery. Sorry goodnight for you and the good folks.
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Way to GOoooooo "T" ...
[clapping hands]
Boo Yah :)
The first president of the Continental Congress was George Washington’s close friend and Thomas Jefferson’s cousin. So who was this mostly forgotten forefather, and why was he a crucial Revolutionary figure?
http://blog.constitutioncenter.org/2012/11/pe...
The 'present pResident'...
http://s1253.photobucket.com/user/HotHunt1/me...
I led tabby to it like a horsesass to water! Its your shift now AL.:)
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Hi Guys :)

Waving ;~)

Been to a lil Festival down the road ...
Quaint lil town called *Liberty*...

Home of the
World's LARGEST Apple Pie ...!!!
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Someone explain to Sammy CIA that we weren't the United States of American until we had the constitution, so Washington was, in fact, the first President.

Low IQrs make me laugh SO hard.

Heh

Idiot!
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Uncle Tab wrote:
Someone explain to Sammy CIA that we weren't the United States of American until we had the constitution, so Washington was, in fact, the first President.
Low IQrs make me laugh SO hard.
Heh
Idiot!
OH YES WE WERE TABBY! I can back my knowledge up with facts not wind, ever read a history book? Or anything?
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Who was the first president of the United States? Ask any school child and they will readily tell you "George Washington." And of course, they would be wrong—at least technically. Washington was not inaugurated until April 30, 1789. And yet, the United States continually had functioning governments from as early as September 5, 1774 and operated as a confederated nation from as early as July 4, 1776. During that nearly fifteen year interval, Congress—first the Continental Congress and then later the Confederation Congress—was always moderated by a duly elected president. As the chief executive officer of the government of the United States, the president was recognized as the head of state. Washington was thus the fifteenth in a long line of distinguished presidents—and he led the seventeenth administration—he just happened to be the first under the current constitution.
Posted one more time for your reading enjoyment tabby!

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

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Hi Guys :)
Waving ;~)
Been to a lil Festival down the road ...
Quaint lil town called *Liberty*...
Home of the
World's LARGEST Apple Pie ...!!!
And during your visit, it was also the home of the world's largest Massengill apparatus.
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(Like we all predicted, the crackhead HAD to come back here, this place is all she has LMAO)
Zombie Chemyrail, it's just the NSA looking into your computer nor maybe it's INS?
You seem tense, tabby?
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I led tabby to it like a horsesass to water! Its your shift now AL.:)
I hate to pop this little stupid fest y'all got goin' on but...
The Continental Congress was not the United States of America ya dummy.
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(Like we all predicted, the crackhead HAD to come back here, this place is all she has LMAO)
Zombie Chemyrail, it's just the NSA looking into your computer nor maybe it's INS?
Well yea, you are back tabby, whats your point?

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