Woman's head stepped on by Rand Paul supporters

Full story: TwinCities.com

Supporters of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul wrestled a woman to the ground and one stepped on her head after she tried to confront the candidate in Kentucky.
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End the Fed

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Woodrow Wilson - worst president ever.
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You can't be responsible for what your supporters do. Look at what Obama supporters do. You have more democrats in prison then republicans, liberals are communists.
I don't suppose you can actually cite a credible source for that incredible statement, can you? Didn't think so.
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So is this all about a woman getting her head stepped on?
Fox News Is A Joke

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Did you copy Benghazi off my sentence? You spelled it the same as mine.
My work history will be 40 years. What is your fast food history?
All that gives me the right to bitch, whine, complain, try to advise you whippersnappers. You just haven`t the years to understand or learn.
No to: Benghazi Hillary
So you will lose again in a 3rd straight Landslide.
whitehair

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The money gained from the Democrats amendments to the bill for funds to the Sandy Beach and the ear marks they put in over and above the money requested, which was $30 million and the Democrats in the Senate pushed this to over $90 million for their favorite special interests,-- saved this Country $60 million.

Guess the Repubs were OK then to spend only the Congressional money to vote against ObamaCare!!!
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Nothing is Bush's fault, he wasn't even president & neither was his father.

Otherwise, they'd have been proudly featured speakers at the RNC....Unless. it was "family hair wash night" ???

Pretty sweet, your own party blamed Bush.....
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President Barack Obama's approval rating is plummeting in the midst of American dissatisfaction with the recent privacy controversies and other scandals.

The president's approval rating is 45 percent, marking an 8-point drop in the last month, according to a CNN survey. Weighing down on the Obama administration are the revelations of government domestic spying programs, the Justice Department's secret pursuit of journalists' phone records, the Internal Revenue Service's inappropriate scrutiny of conservative political groups seeking tax-exemption status, as well as the lingering questions over the deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya, last fall.

Obama's Popularity Plunges Amid Controversy
Privacy and security scandals plague Obama administration

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President Barack Obama will travel to Boston Wednesday to help drum up support for Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., in his Senate race against Republican Gabriel Gomez.

President Barack Obama will travel to Boston Wednesday to help drum up support for Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., in his Senate race against Republican Gabriel Gomez.

President Barack Obama's approval rating is plummeting in the midst of American dissatisfaction with the recent privacy controversies and other scandals.

The president's approval rating is 45 percent, marking an 8-point drop in the last month, according to a CNN survey. Weighing down on the Obama administration are the revelations of government domestic spying programs, the Justice Department's secret pursuit of journalists' phone records, the Internal Revenue Service's inappropriate scrutiny of conservative political groups seeking tax-exemption status, as well as the lingering questions over the deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya, last fall.

[READ: Walsh: Obama Puts Security Above Privacy]

"The drop in Obama's support is fueled by a dramatic 17-point decline over the past month among people under 30, who, along with black Americans, had been the most loyal part of the Obama coalition," says Keating Holland, polling director for CNN. "It is clear that revelations about NSA surveillance programs have damaged Obama's standing with the public, although older controversies like the IRS matter may have begun to take their toll as well."

The survey, released Monday, also shows that 50 percent of Americans say they don't believe Obama is "honest and trustworthy," for the first time in his presidency, according to CNN.

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LANDSLIDE !!
Obama has now won Florida with a margin of 75,000 votes. That’s more than 100 times the alleged margin of victory for George Bush in 2000 in that state. And, with Florida, Obama has 332 electoral votes, as compared with 206 for Romney.
When all is said and done:
1. Barack Obama has won an overwhelming majority in the Electoral College, a daunting majority of the popular vote and a majority of the nation’s states—including most of the country’s largest states and states in every major region of the republic: New England, the mid-Atlantic, the Great Lakes, the South, the Southwest, the Mountain West and the West.
2. Barack Obama has won more popular votes than any Democratic candidate for president in history—except Barack Obama in 2008.
3. Barack Obama is the first Democratic president to win more than 50 percent of the popular vote in a re-election run since Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1944.
4. Barack Obama is the only Democratic candidate for president since FDR to twice win more than 50 percent of the national vote.
5. Barack Obama has, in both of his presidential runs, won a higher percentage of the national vote than any Democratic nominee since Lyndon Johnson in his 1964 landslide victory.
Add it all up and Obama has a mandate from this year’s presidential election that is significantly greater than those afforded John Kennedy in 1960, Richard Nixon in 1968, Jimmy Carter in 1976 or George W. Bush in 2000 or 2004.
talk to pr lady about this
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http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/201...

Besides getting fraudalent votes that included the dead folks' votes Obama was reelected. Why is it that Americans' can't see past all the b.s. this man has done and is still doing. Oh, I forget, he's not doing anything except talk b.s.
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really people...

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Bush is retired, Get it? He doesn't want to even be around democrats.
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Bush has had a heart stint to cure a blockage in a blood vessel.
May the Lord keep and bless him!
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Everyone who lives here needs help. I am guilty also for reading this trash. My goodness we all need something to do!
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I miss Bush .

Good wholesome American Man .

America needs one like him today .
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R U going to vote next time?
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I bet someobe missed your nappy poo.....
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George W. Bush made it clear months ago that he wouldn't attend the Republican National Convention this week in Tampa. But his absence is not just physical; it's metaphysical.

That's because Bush's very existence belies two of the most critical selling points of GOP nominee Mitt Romney's presidential campaign: That tax cuts for the rich will create jobs, and that Romney is bringing a fresh new approach that can turn the country's fortunes around.

"What they want to go back to is exactly what Bush did then, and that didn't work," said presidential historian and Millsaps College professor Robert S. McElvaine. Romney's economic proposals "are exactly the sorts of things that resulted in the economic declines in 1928 and 2008."

"They want to try it again, but they don't want to remind people of that fact by having Bush around," he said.

Under Bush, tax breaks and lax regulations led to skyrocketing deficits and an economic collapse, while at the same time dramatically increasing poverty and inequality. A bellicose foreign policy led to two hugely costly wars, left unfinished.

"There's not much good to say about the Bush years," said Brands. "The tax cuts and spending increases led to big deficits. And the financial meltdown made it seem no one was at home supervising Wall Street."

Better just to pretend it didn't happen.

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A man sat down and was seriously staring at the marriage certificate. After a long time, his wife asked,“What are you looking for, dear?"

He replied,“The expiration date.”
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Look on white out's brain .... STENT white out STENT !!!

The organized and thoughtful health-care system that moved George W from a doctor’s office in Dallas to a catheterization table somewhere was built by tax dollars. And, unless they are slowed, the near-sighted, panic-stricken, anti-tax ranters of his party will cripple a true life-saver: the American health-care system.

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