"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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#127207 Oct 5, 2013
the scary part all this information out there in cyber land
and what is the crap 'can she sign for him?' why can't forms be sent so person can review and sign himself??? this crap is a nightmare and I don't trust one little bit of it all
Wow. The democrats who gave us Obamacare are crazy. If it takes this much effort for one person, what did they expect from millions of other applications.
They are stupid, stupid, stupid.
And just think,it won't cost you a cent more than you pay now and you can keep your doctor.And I thought I didn't have a sense of humor.
One flew over the cuckoo's nest!!
“A proud Kentuckian ”
Since: Aug 13
At Your Mama's House
#127208 Oct 5, 2013
The last time was only a partial shutdown.
Ft Mitchell, KY
#127209 Oct 5, 2013
As everyone can see...... The self proclaimed Internet patriot isn't a patriot at all.
Copy and Paste from crazy right wing sheeple sites, in her small drug infested mind, makes her a patriot?
Run Internet patriot, RUN!
Everyone sees it. LMFAO!!
#127211 Oct 5, 2013
Gosnell *BABY* murderer!
Dr. Kermit Gosnell's Abortion Trial: Why Isn't the Media Covering It?
"Among the relatively few cases that could be specifically documented, one was Baby Boy A. His 17-year-old mother was almost 30 weeks pregnant seven and a half months when labor was induced. An employee estimated his birth weight as approaching six pounds. He was breathing and moving when Dr. Gosnell severed his spine and put the body in a plastic shoebox for disposal."
He NEEDS HUNG on the Town Square!
Left for the buzzards to peck his spine ...
#127213 Oct 5, 2013
Felony weapons charge for student who brought fishing supplies to school
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/10/02/felony-weap...
#127214 Oct 5, 2013
Seven stupid things the govt spent money on during the shutdown
1. Federal agencies created new websites to tell visitors that they dont have enough funding to run their old websites.
2. The feds shut down the parking lot of Mt. Vernon, but not the park itself.
3. A D.C-area canal is closed and had all the pumps taken off of it.
4. Angry moms launch full-scale assault to reopen D.C. turtle park.
5. Not closing parks near Democratic senators houses.
6. Posting park rangers at the WWII memorial to prevent rogue veterans from getting in.
7. The DoD is postponing the Navy-Air Force football game.
Update: The Navy-Air Force game is no longer postponed after the academies agreed to use non-federal funds to put on the games.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/10/02/seven-stupi...
Ft Mitchell, KY
#127215 Oct 5, 2013
Divert divert divert!
Anything else? YES!! DUH!
Why have republicans never shut down the goverment to stop abortions?
Why is healthcare for the poor more important to stop than abortions.
Simple question. Has nothing to do with some abortion doctor. Has to do with you republicans.
#127216 Oct 5, 2013
You got that RIGHT :)
#127217 Oct 5, 2013
Statement by Secretary Hagel on the Pay Our Military Act
Today I am announcing that most DoD civilians placed on emergency furlough during the government shutdown will be asked to return to work beginning next week.
Immediately after President Obama signed the Pay Our Military Act into law, I directed DoDs Acting General Counsel to determine whether we could reduce the number of civilian personnel furloughed due to the shutdown. The Department of Defense consulted closely with the Department of Justice, which expressed its view that the law does not permit a blanket recall of all civilians. However, DoD and DOJ attorneys concluded that the law does allow the Department of Defense to eliminate furloughs for employees whose responsibilities contribute to the morale, well-being, capabilities and readiness of service members.
Consequently, I am now directing the Military Departments and other DoD components to move expeditiously to identify all employees whose activities fall under these categories. I expect us to be able to significantly reduce but not eliminate civilian furloughs under this process. Employees can expect to hear more information from their managers starting this weekend.
We have tried to exempt as many DoD civilian personnel as possible from furloughs. We will continue to try to bring all civilian employees back to work as soon as possible. Ultimately, the surest way to end these damaging and irresponsible furloughs, and to enable us to fulfill our mission as a Department, is for Congress to pass a budget and restore funds for the entire federal government.
This has been a very disruptive year for our people including active duty, National Guard and reserve personnel, and DoD civilians and contractors. Many important activities remain curtailed while the shutdown goes on. Civilians under furlough face the uncertainty of not knowing when they will next receive a paycheck. I strongly support efforts in Congress to enact legislation to retroactively compensate all furloughed employees. And I will continue to urge Congress to fulfill its basic responsibilities to pass a budget and restore full funding for the Department of Defense and the rest of the government.
Those 800,000 employees won't forget either. Even though they will get paid for being forced to stay home from the jobs they do for the country (jobs they love like I did). Their Federal Unions won't let them forget even if they tried. Too bad for the teabagging CONS come 2014/2016. Divided and eating their own.
RIP GOP CONS
#127218 Oct 5, 2013
Iran leader hints at disapproval over Obama call
5:19 AM, Oct 5, 2013
Khamenei also said the U.S. was not "trustworthy." He's previously said he's not opposed to direct talks with the U.S. to resolve Iran's nuclear standoff with the West but is not optimistic.
#127219 Oct 5, 2013
Last night read few comments in European threads and how people sees Obama and U.S. around the world ...
1. Obama weak president, doesn't know how to negotiate and bad as a leader even among Democrats...
2. America not respected around the world ...
3. America is not what once use to be ...
4. America in decline ...
Sad isn't it...??
#127220 Oct 5, 2013
Brazilian drug smuggler crushed to death by own marijuana
By Evann Gastaldo, Newser
Very important lesson for drug traffickers: Do not store your half-ton of weed in the backseat of your car.
A Brazilian drug smuggler did just that, police say, and the man was killed when he crashed into a tree while being chased by police ... because the 1,100 pounds of weed came barreling forward and crushed him against the steering wheel. The Daily Mail has the crazy pictures.
Federal police started the chase when the man didn't stop at a road block, Jalopnik reports, citing local media.
Anyone seen or heard of 'tofy' lately?
#127221 Oct 5, 2013
Brazilian drug smuggler crushed to death by own marijuana...said dumchit!
Harry reid won't go along with it ...
He had no choice HERE!
The Republicans *STOOD their Ground*...!!!
Harry and the 0 whined!
They're G~R~E~A~T at that ...
“Heaven doesn't want me.”
Since: Jul 13
Hell's afraid I'll take over.
#127222 Oct 5, 2013
Shoot, if I'd have gotten here a little sooner I'd have put some money on "divert"...lol. Good call, Tab!
Hey, RC Co-Cola, did you get the email from MoveOn about KET and "Citizen Koch"?
#127223 Oct 5, 2013
Uncle Tab, Crow...you got to see this ad. Hilarious
John Boehner Blamed For Shutdown In New 'Temper Tantrum' Ad To Air During Sunday Football
WASHINGTON -- Many football fans tuning in for Sunday's game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the New England Patriots will see a new ad blaming House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) for the government shutdown.
The spot by House Majority PAC, a Democratic super PAC, features a close-up of a baby crying, with a narrator saying, "Speaker John Boehner didn't get his way on shutting down health care reform. So, he's shut down the government and hurt the economy."
The ad will be airing in Boehner's district, which includes rural and suburban areas around Cincinnati.
"Speaker Boehner didnt get his way and so, like a child, he threw a Tea Party-inspired temper tantrum and shut down the federal government, said Andy Stone, communications director of House Majority PAC. "The American people are sick and tired of the intransigence and manufactured crises that have become all too common from Speaker Boehner and the House Republicans. Speaker Boehner should stop playing politics, end the nonsense and finally focus on the real-life consequences his government shutdown has caused Americans."
The group has launched a six-figure ad campaign in the districts of the nine Republican members it's targeting in the 2014 elections: Gary Miller (Calif.), Mike Coffman (Colo.), Rodney Davis (Ill.), Mike Fitzpatrick (Pa.), Michael Grimm (N.Y.), Joe Heck (Nev.), Dave Joyce (Ohio), John Kline (Minn.) and Steve Southerland (Fla.).
Meanwhile, the Revive America PAC, a conservative group, has been running an ad on cable news attempting to spark a grassroots campaign to "fire" Boehner. But more established conservative groups, such as the Senate Conservatives Fund, Club for Growth and Heritage Action Fund, are standing by Boehner and his strategy.
and so TRUE. waaaaaaaaaaaaaa much like the repukes here. Spin it anyway, teabagging CONS OWN the shutdown and the voters will hold them accountable.
RIP TEABAGGING GOP CONS
Ft Mitchell, KY
#127224 Oct 5, 2013
Obviously I'm smarter both of you assclowns.
Why is a democrat questioning why republicans have never shut down the goverment over abortions? And EVERY republican runs from this?
I guess you understand how amazingly ignorant it makes you all look??
You ignorant sheeple are so easy to laugh at. And elected republicans depend on your stupidity.
Ft Mitchell, KY
#127225 Oct 5, 2013
As usual, our president putting people back to work as republicans do everything they can to hurt the American worker.
You're exactly right, they all will pay it back Election Day 2014,16.
“Heaven doesn't want me.”
Since: Jul 13
Hell's afraid I'll take over.
#127226 Oct 5, 2013
Good Lord, Dumchit, what are you chasing your Jose with tonight? Drain cleaner? You're the one that posted the drug smuggler story, not Tab.
You're trying to divert from your own diversions!
#127227 Oct 5, 2013
The libTARDS -NEW- dance :)
Shakin' All Over
From following their 'revered' leader
He's teaching THEM how to fly ...
Without EVER leaving the ground :)
Teach Me How To Fly
With ALL the 'drugs' they can get me his new *MEcare*...!!!
#127228 Oct 5, 2013
SHUTDOWN 'PRIDE' WAR
GOP REP CONCEDES WHY PARTY WON'T BUDGE
Dennis Ross, GOP Rep:'Pride' Is Why Republicans Won't Budge On Government Shutdown
WASHINGTON -- With the government shutdown in its fifth day, many Republicans have conceded the fight is no longer about Obamacare. Rep. Dennis Ross (R-Fla.) added his name to the list on Saturday, saying the matter now boils down to "pride."
Republicans have to realize how many significant gains weve made over the last three years, and we have, not only in cutting spending but in really turning the tide on other things," Ross told The New York Times. "We cant lose all that when theres no connection now between the shutdown and the funding of Obamacare."
"I think now its a lot about pride," he added.
The fight over keeping the government open began with Republicans insisting that any funding bill include anti-Obamacare provisions, starting with a full-fledged campaign led by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) to defund the health care law. When that plan was rejected by the Senate, House Republicans offered a series of spending bills that continued to chip away at Obamacare; their final offer included a one-year delay of the law's individual mandate and a ban on federal health care subsidies to members of Congress and their staffs.
Ross told Bloomberg that Republicans had "lost the [continuing resolution] battle."
"We need to move on and take whatever we can find in the debt limit," he said.
But many of his colleagues, particularly in the House GOP's right flank, have refused to back down. Comments made by Rep. Marlin Stutzman (R-Ind.) last week underscore Ross' suggestion that many Republicans believe what's at stake is no longer a matter of policy but one of pride.
"We're not going to be disrespected ... We have to get something out of this. And I don't know what that even is," Stutzman said.
The Indiana Republican later apologized, saying he had "carelessly misrepresented" the budget debate.
House Republicans have pushed a series of targeted spending bills to fund parts of the government, notably those that have received the most attention, such as the National Institutes of Health, Veterans Affairs, and parks and museums. The White House and Senate Democrats have rejected the piecemeal approach, pointing out that House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has the votes to reopen the entire government.
So happy the Dems are standing their ground while the two party fought themselves right into a corner with no way out. Losers.......once again.
RIP TEABAGGING GOP
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