'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Se...

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 289138 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

Murfreesboro, TN

#42161 Jun 16, 2012
Sam Waters wrote:
<quoted text>
I get it. You donít like Obama and I canít change that. But why have such an edge?
Thereís a lot of corruption in the government, but I am not aware that Obama is directly responsible for any of it. Itís bigger than Obama.
I appreciate the way Obama has done his job and have no reason to believe Romney would do it as well. I have no problem believing that you probably disagree completely.
The point is that the president, whomever it might be, needs to be reasonably moderate and be prepared to apply a balance of Keynesian, Austrian School and other principles as necessary to manage the economy as time passes. He/She also needs to have a Congress willing to negotiate a balance of bipartisan principles to govern responsibly.
Like Obama? I don't like him, but I don't dislike him. It's simply a disagreement over the principles and policies he puts forth and those of his party (though plenty I disagree with when it comes to Republicans).

The "edge" as you call it is do to the needless pain, suffering and wasted sacrifice of the American people that comes from the government curtailing our freedoms for a false sense of security, the "nanny state" ideology that they know what's better for us than we do. The "edge" is that the policies put for by Obama and the Democrats are not going to succeed in effectively changing (and often make it worse) the issues that we're facing as a country. They never have.

Moderation is not the key to solving these problems. There is not always a middle ground, one side must prevail and one side must fall. There's no way we can continue on the path we're on. Paul Ryan's budget would be a start, yet we got tv ads of Ryan throwing grandma in a wheelchair off a cliff. Ya, bipartisanship and moderation. These past few years, even when Republicans had control of Congress and the Presidency under Bush, "bipartisanship" always meant Republicans caving into Democrats.

Would you mind pointing to one thing, just one thing that Obama has done that you feel is an example of the "good" things of his Presidency? Any of that going to do with economics?
LMS

Hodgenville, KY

#42162 Jun 16, 2012
My God, you should all run for President!!!! Such brains!!!!
Jay

Springville, TN

#42163 Jun 16, 2012
How is it that Obama, wife and entourage can attend two fundraisers - one at Sarah Jessica Parker's house and one at the five star Plaza Hotel, and stick taxpayer's with the bill because he paid a short visit to the WTC?

So, he raises $4.5 million dollars and combines the trip with a visit to the WTC and we get charged for this fundraising event....as well as the whole bill for his entourage.

I don't care to hear how many other president's did the same thing, etc., etc! The whole thing is a joke on us and is wrong no matter who it is!

I'd sure like to know how many millions these "combined" fundraisers are costing us!
Sam Waters

Cincinnati, OH

#42164 Jun 16, 2012
WakeUp wrote:
<quoted text>
Like Obama? I don't like him, but I don't dislike him. It's simply a disagreement over the principles and policies he puts forth and those of his party (though plenty I disagree with when it comes to Republicans).
The "edge" as you call it is do to the needless pain, suffering and wasted sacrifice of the American people that comes from the government curtailing our freedoms for a false sense of security, the "nanny state" ideology that they know what's better for us than we do. The "edge" is that the policies put for by Obama and the Democrats are not going to succeed in effectively changing (and often make it worse) the issues that we're facing as a country. They never have.
Moderation is not the key to solving these problems. There is not always a middle ground, one side must prevail and one side must fall. There's no way we can continue on the path we're on. Paul Ryan's budget would be a start, yet we got tv ads of Ryan throwing grandma in a wheelchair off a cliff. Ya, bipartisanship and moderation. These past few years, even when Republicans had control of Congress and the Presidency under Bush, "bipartisanship" always meant Republicans caving into Democrats.
Would you mind pointing to one thing, just one thing that Obama has done that you feel is an example of the "good" things of his Presidency? Any of that going to do with economics?
Much better. Now that we know what youíre against, Iíd be interested in learning what you would advocate instead (other than simply repealing everything you are against).
Sam Waters

Cincinnati, OH

#42165 Jun 16, 2012
LMS wrote:
My God, you should all run for President!!!! Such brains!!!!
Having brains does not necessitate drastic action.
Sam Waters

Cincinnati, OH

#42166 Jun 16, 2012
Jay wrote:
How is it that Obama, wife and entourage can attend two fundraisers - one at Sarah Jessica Parker's house and one at the five star Plaza Hotel, and stick taxpayer's with the bill because he paid a short visit to the WTC?
So, he raises $4.5 million dollars and combines the trip with a visit to the WTC and we get charged for this fundraising event....as well as the whole bill for his entourage.
I don't care to hear how many other president's did the same thing, etc., etc! The whole thing is a joke on us and is wrong no matter who it is!
I'd sure like to know how many millions these "combined" fundraisers are costing us!
Rough edge, but good question. Please investigate and report back with your findings. Fox News may be a good place to start the journey.
Hello

Hillsboro, KY

#42167 Jun 16, 2012
Sam Waters wrote:
<quoted text>
Much better. Now that we know what youíre against, Iíd be interested in learning what you would advocate instead (other than simply repealing everything you are against).
What's the matter Sammy, Can't think of one good thing either,LOL!!!!
Hello

Hillsboro, KY

#42168 Jun 16, 2012
Wait a min. He did get the secret service laid by a bunch of Columbian prostitutes, But that's it, No other good deeds I can think of...LOL!!!
Jay

Springville, TN

#42169 Jun 16, 2012
Sam Waters wrote:
<quoted text>
Rough edge, but good question. Please investigate and report back with your findings. Fox News may be a good place to start the journey.
********

Well, some people know it. Since it's new news, I suppose it will hit the airwaves yet......however, found this one. Rather interesting synopsis:

"WTH did that Obama go? Have you listened recently to this Chicago Doppelganger who's replaced him? This 2012 Obama is strident and mean, even deceitful, divisive, telling half-truths after half-truths. He's using Air Force One as his personal Brinks truck with wings to collect cash all over the country, disguising the trips as official."

Who is this guy pretending to be president?

http://news.investors.com/article/607479/2012...
Jay

Springville, TN

#42170 Jun 16, 2012
Here's another one you might like...well, some of you will anyway.
~~~~~~~~~~

"Is the taxpayer funding Obama's re-election campaign? Republican fury as President uses $180,000-an-HOUR Air Force One to fly to fundraisers."

President Barack Obama has already held more than twice as many re-election fundraising events than President George W. Bush did in his entire 2004 re-election campaign.

According to Mark Knoller of CBS News, unofficial keeper of presidential statistics, Obama has held 124 fundraisers - about one every three days - since he launched his re-election bid last April compared to the 57 Bush held to raise cash for his re-election bid eight years ago ->>>>>>

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-21357...
Whoee

Murray, KY

#42171 Jun 16, 2012
Getrting a little late to still be blaming Bush.
Raul wrote:
<quoted text>Bush took my change.
Hello

Hillsboro, KY

#42172 Jun 16, 2012
Whoee wrote:
Getrting a little late to still be blaming Bush.
<quoted text>
What else they gonna blame it on(OBAMA)Not a chance...

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#42173 Jun 16, 2012
Whoee wrote:
<quoted text>Getrting a little late to still be blaming Bush.
Just wait until the harassment Deemings begins.
Rev Harlan Pritchett

Cincinnati, OH

#42174 Jun 16, 2012
RayOne wrote:
<quoted text>Just wait until the harassment Deemings begins.
You got that right. Turn or burn.
Jay

Springville, TN

#42175 Jun 16, 2012
How can you be objective with stuff like this? How can you not see what has really happened and deny it happened?

This is a good read. Too much to copy and paste. But if you want to take the time, and it's not that long, this is a great eye opener - leaving little controversy..IMO.

*********
10 Things That Would Be Happening Today If Obama's Policies Were Working

http://townhall.com/columnists/johnhawkins/20...

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#42177 Jun 17, 2012
Jay,
Thanks for the heads up. Fox News Sunday should look beyond the media echo room.
Syl

Ashland, KY

#42178 Jun 17, 2012
Dakota Hudson wrote:
<quoted text>
Janís way too butch for my taste. She needs to hook up with another biker babe and chill and mainly leave my man Obama alone. Heís cool and believes in treating everyone fair. My man!
Dakota Hudson Dear....... He treats everyone more than fair, EXCEPT Americans. He just proved that. 800,000 my ass, more like,in the millions and not just kids, lots of 30 years olds.
Work permits for Them , for what jobs?
They under cut Americans for jobs , they work cheaper and don't have to pay taxes. They get their educations $10,000 or more {some free}less than American students. They get their educations and then go back home. They don't stay here and pay taxes.
Who's paying for all this, the working American of course. You and me, if you work and not on the draw.
Syl

Ashland, KY

#42179 Jun 17, 2012
Can some one answer this for me, to get a work permit ,don't you have to have a SS# and don't you have to be a legal citizen to have a SS#? Just wondering.
frank

Oakland, CA

#42180 Jun 17, 2012
Let's not forget the four-letter word that destroyed the ĎAmerican Lifeí as we knew it!
Hello

Hillsboro, KY

#42181 Jun 17, 2012
Syl wrote:
Can some one answer this for me, to get a work permit ,don't you have to have a SS# and don't you have to be a legal citizen to have a SS#? Just wondering.
I would think so, But then again I thought you had to be a (Natural Born Citizen) To be POTUS ?????

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