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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 185942 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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WakeUp

Campbellsville, KY

#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

Middlesboro, 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..
Hello

Morehead, KY

#42469 Jun 20, 2012
Foolish859 wrote:
Double post....I hate dsl.
LMAO!!!!

Topix wouldn't even double post the garbage that you spew..
American Lady

Danville, KY

#42470 Jun 20, 2012
Fast and Furious scandal: House panel votes to hold Eric Holder in contempt

A House panel voted Wednesday to hold Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. in contempt for failing to cooperate with a congressional inquiry into Operation “Fast and Furious,” hours after President Obama asserted executive privilege over related documents.

On a party-line decision, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee voted 23 to 17 to hold Holder in contempt for failing to share documents related to the operation run out of the Phoenix division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives between 2009 and 2011, with the backing of the U.S. attorney in Phoenix. The move makes Holder the first member of Obama’s Cabinet held in contempt by a congressional committee.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/fast-a...

Since: Oct 11

Middlesboro, KY

#42471 Jun 20, 2012
Hello wrote:
<quoted text>
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..
I feel the need for speed...whoa!
Where in the world did you run across a pantera?
Just sitting still they look like they're moving..wow!
What a beautifully designed car...Detomaso Pantera.
We must have some Italian blood in us!lol
They do appreciate nice wheels...:)
Man I'd like to find a good straight away and let it go!!!!
Jay

Paris, TN

#42472 Jun 20, 2012
Here's another one AL:

House Speaker John Boehner said the Republican-led chamber will move to repeal President Barack Obama’s health-care overhaul law if the U.S. Supreme Court doesn’t strike it down.

“Unless the Supreme Court throws out the entire Obamacare bill, the House will move to repeal all of it,” Boehner, an Ohio Republican, told reporters in Washington today.
WakeUp

Campbellsville, KY

#42473 Jun 20, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
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.
9% is not hyperinflation Frankie boy. It's simple enough, using the same basket of goods from the Reagan era with how we calculate inflation, if we used those same basket of goods today, inflation is approximately 9%. Pretty sure hyperinflation is something along the lines of what we've seen in Zimbabwe. Good deflection though, instead of talking about actual inflation, deflect, discredit, avoid the issue. classy.

With all the trillions of dollars floating around in the 1's and 0's of computer bank accounts, perhaps you should do a little reading up on the concept of velocity of money.

Obama's deficits are cyclical? Look, let's go back to the height of the economy in 2008, before the down turn. You could take EVERY dollar that every "rich" person makes over $100,000, and we would STILL have government spending deficits.

I'm not sure what's propaganda about the US jobs report with us having created 69,000 jobs for the month. During that same time period, the US jobs report said we created 200,000+ part time jobs. Meaning, the only reason at all for a positive number in the jobs report is do the part time job creation. Even 69,000 is a far cry short of the 250,000 jobs we need every month to keep up with population growth.

But let's talk some "propaganda"- the official unemployment rate: 8.1%; Real unemployment rate: 11.6%. Reason for difference: organic growth of labor force which grows alongside the broader population and the BLS having some many different categories of unemployed who are not "officially" unemployed.
http://www.zerohedge.com/article/real-unemplo...

Let's see the "end of 2007", you mean after Democrats had taken control of Congress and been the ones setting the spending and writing the legislation? let me show you my "shocked" face :-()
Hello

Morehead, KY

#42474 Jun 20, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>I feel the need for speed...whoa!
Where in the world did you run across a pantera?
Just sitting still they look like they're moving..wow!
What a beautifully designed car...Detomaso Pantera.
We must have some Italian blood in us!lol
They do appreciate nice wheels...:)
Man I'd like to find a good straight away and let it go!!!!
LOL!!!! I hear ya buddy::::

It was on a tv program I was watching, They tested the Pantera a 1969 AMX a 1974 Trans Am and an M5 with an Ls7 corvette engine in it..

They were all built pretty good, The Pantera finished first and the AMX finished last, It should be noted that the AMX was the closest one to stock with about 400hp, The rest were between 500 & 800hp..

I believe about the fastest car I ever had was a 1969 Super Bee..
I had the speedo pegged at 150 a couple times,LMAO!!!
Darryl Washington

Cincinnati, OH

#42476 Jun 20, 2012
WakeUp wrote:
<quoted text>
"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.
Your answer is essentially the standard Tea Party line and is also based on a false premise. Specifically, your implying that our spending has been unconstitutional or has exceeded some constitutional limit does not make it so.

Most of us know the Tea Party position quite well by now. I was appealing to people to THINK about answers to the questions I posed.

It’s impossible to have a discussion with a radio that only receives one station, one that plays the same song continuously. It runs stagnant and is frankly unproductive.

We have been decreasing the rate of growth of our spending and that is going in the right direction to address our need to cut spending, without having to purr grandma out to pasture on an ice berg to float away and die in the cold. We cannot avoid the reality that taxing is important for paying our bills, unless one believes thee are zillionaires waiting in the wings to voluntarily share their wealth with us common folk. If you believe otherwise, look at the success of austerity programs in Europe. Feeling envious?

I really don’t like being blunt but you would do yourself a serious disservice by voting in favor of policies that would promote the rich becoming richer and the rest of us poorer.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#42477 Jun 20, 2012
Jay wrote:
Here's another one AL:
House Speaker John Boehner said the Republican-led chamber will move to repeal President Barack Obama’s health-care overhaul law if the U.S. Supreme Court doesn’t strike it down.
“Unless the Supreme Court throws out the entire Obamacare bill, the House will move to repeal all of it,” Boehner, an Ohio Republican, told reporters in Washington today.
Thanks Jay....;-)
They are falling apart at the seams....
Imploding!
Jay

Paris, TN

#42478 Jun 20, 2012
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks Jay....;-)
They are falling apart at the seams....
Imploding!
*********

Holder is a disgrace! He has been side-stepping this issue and ignoring the requests of Congress for too long. And what of Obama?- he does the same thing, totally ignores the courts and court orders as though he is above the laws established for all citizens of this country.

There doesn't seem to be the hoopla over Obama as there was in his first campaign. I think he might just be losing a lot of the black vote this time. In talking with some black friends we know, they said that the black community is disgusted with Obama's push for back door amnesty, especially when the unemployment rate is so high for black folks, especially in small towns like ours. These people do not want welfare or government handouts, all they want is a job that pays a decent wage to carry out their responsibilities like everyone else. By giving amnesty to 1-2 million illegal aliens, there will be even more competition for jobs across the country. They feel as many of us do, that they are natural born citizens, and until we put our own country back to work, Obama is making a big mistake.
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#42479 Jun 21, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
*********
Holder is a disgrace! He has been side-stepping this issue and ignoring the requests of Congress for too long. And what of Obama?- he does the same thing, totally ignores the courts and court orders as though he is above the laws established for all citizens of this country.
There doesn't seem to be the hoopla over Obama as there was in his first campaign. I think he might just be losing a lot of the black vote this time. In talking with some black friends we know, they said that the black community is disgusted with Obama's push for back door amnesty, especially when the unemployment rate is so high for black folks, especially in small towns like ours. These people do not want welfare or government handouts, all they want is a job that pays a decent wage to carry out their responsibilities like everyone else. By giving amnesty to 1-2 million illegal aliens, there will be even more competition for jobs across the country. They feel as many of us do, that they are natural born citizens, and until we put our own country back to work, Obama is making a big mistake.
Did you see how President Obama and his people tried to hoodwink the American people? Does he really think we will get away with his conspiracy to strip us of our Second Amendment rights? Not on Fox News” watch! Can’t he can do anything right?

Ann and I cackled so hard when his conspiracy was exposed that she almost lost control and went Seamus on us (got the runs as she would say, but that doesn’t sound very presidential if I say it). Really Mr. President, selling guns to Mexican drug lords so we will rebel and demand that our guns be taken away? Really Mr. President? Just how foolish do you think we really are? The ARA knows better and has our best interest at heart. The American people have spoken!

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