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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 252958 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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Reality

Louisville, KY

#90233 Mar 26, 2013
Republican Honey wrote:
<quoted text>
I like Ashley Judd as an actress and UK supporter, but she has NO knowledge of politics. Why would you want someone with NO political knowledge and NO experience to represent your state?
So, se can blend in with the other libs.
anonymouy T

Stockholm, Sweden

#90234 Mar 26, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
Im sure she still has a home in Kentucky.
She probably has already taken the steps to reestablish residency in Kentucky.
You all have many more issues to worry about than where she lives.
We are sure you still have a home on wheels. You are an ignorant predator and a troll.
anonymouy T

Stockholm, Sweden

#90235 Mar 26, 2013
Reality wrote:
A liberal:
I vote Democrat because I'm pro-choice.....
except on schools, guns, trade, healthcare, energy, smoking, union membership, light bulbs, plastic bags, Walmart, what kind of food I eat.
A liberal:

I am ignorant and am too ignorant to know why.
anonymouy T

Stockholm, Sweden

#90236 Mar 26, 2013
WeThe People wrote:
<quoted text>
so...what hospital are you posting from?
SCOTUS one can cause an imbalance (5 to 4).
How many Senators to Give the minority power?
Hof Reps changes frequently.
You have no idea how fragile the balance of power is.
Are you a pimp at you other "full Time Job"? other that annoying poster here.
He is posting from the Gay Bob Institution for Ignorant Trolls.
Reality

Louisville, KY

#90237 Mar 26, 2013
Liberals approved food stamps for the disadvantage
receipt found in the grocery parking lot:

http://www.snopes.com/photos/signs/receipt.as...
anonymouy T

Lithuania

#90238 Mar 26, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
That fear and doom, gloom horeshit only works on you weak minded fools...... we strong minded folks dont buy into that.
they places youre fed this crap feeds on your weaknesses..... do yourself a favor.... change what you read.... none of it is true. You tools have been preaching the same bullshit for 6 years now and not ONE thing you say has proven to be correct.
Ignorant people do not prepare for the morrow. You are ignorant. You will panic when all of your liberal ignorance comes crashing down on you. Just as it has many times in history. You are too ignorant to face now so you decided to stay ignorant and a predator. You can not live off of food stamps forever. You should apologize to those you have abused and join a bowing league.
anonymouy T

Lithuania

#90239 Mar 26, 2013
countrygirl wrote:
<quoted text>
fear,doom and gloom. all the time. what is with this. you keep speaking about it enough, it's like you are trying to will it into existence. you let
hate and fear rule your lives. Sad day for you,
because you will not change the fact that Barack
Obama is the President of these United States of America. You can not change God's will. Read it
and weep.!!!
You are an ignorant troll. You have no life. You should contact Uncle T, Injudgement, Hot C and Repukes and start your own assoication of ignorant liberals. You can call your organization 'Ignorance r Us'. Then you can apply for federal funding because they fund ignorant organizations. Then you all can get married in a massive gay wedding and have it turned into a reality television show on ignorant hicks gone wild. You do not need your real teeth for this and since you are all over weight you can start another group called 'Weight Watchers of Ignorant Trolls'. All of this should keep you busy. You do not need to adopt any pets for this.
Uncle Tab

Lithuania

#90240 Mar 26, 2013
Repeat after me.

I am an ignorant predator troll. I have no teeth.
I am an ignorant predator troll. I am over weight.
Reality

Louisville, KY

#90242 Mar 26, 2013
Repukes wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds more like a motto of topix shills like yourself and your socks. lmao at you nutjobs.
DITCH MITCH
So, you're at loss for words.
Reality

Louisville, KY

#90243 Mar 26, 2013
anonymouy T wrote:
<quoted text>
A liberal:
I am ignorant and am too ignorant to know why.
Best yet.
Reality

Louisville, KY

#90244 Mar 26, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
Repeat after me.
I am an ignorant predator troll. I have no teeth.
I am an ignorant predator troll. I am over weight.
What a rendition of your bedtime nighty night?????

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#90245 Mar 26, 2013
anonymouy T wrote:
<quoted text>
We are sure you still have a home on wheels. You are an ignorant predator and a troll.
Told you yesterday. What you are doing IS the definition of a Troll you ignorant POS.

,.
In Internet slang, a troll (pron.:/&#712;tro&#650 ;l/,/&#712;tr&#594;l/) is someone who posts inflammatory,[1] extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as a forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking readers into an emotional response[2] or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion.
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http://kb.iu.edu/data/afhc.html
Uncle Tab

New Albany, IN

#90247 Mar 26, 2013
anonymouy T wrote:
<quoted text>
Ignorant people do not prepare for the morrow. You are ignorant. You will panic when all of your liberal ignorance comes crashing down on you. Just as it has many times in history. You are too ignorant to face now so you decided to stay ignorant and a predator. You can not live off of food stamps forever. You should apologize to those you have abused and join a bowing league.
spelled your name wrong again.

please define ignorant.

LMAO!!!!
OZombies

United States

#90248 Mar 26, 2013
Hi Dont Tread wrote:
<quoted text> I'm not her,you wad of spit up phleme. Check out how people are rating you,you are ignorant,go take your meds. with an extra glass of JJ's Kool-aide.
How people are rating me here ... you mean liberals??? Do I care, NO !!!!!!!!!!
LIBERALISM IS A PSYCHOSIS ...
Uncle Tab

New Albany, IN

#90249 Mar 26, 2013
Reality wrote:
<quoted text>
What a rendition of your bedtime nighty night?????
You mentioned you dont research, you use your common sense?

you probably should researcg why people like you are so gullible. LOL

You all eat up what the trolls do. You're as ignorant as they are..... since you spell horrifically the same, you probabloy ARE one of the trolls.

either way..... just makes more people laugh at you republicans.

Keep up the great work.
Uncle Tab

New Albany, IN

#90250 Mar 26, 2013
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
How people are rating me here ... you mean liberals??? Do I care, NO !!!!!!!!!!
LIBERALISM IS A PSYCHOSIS ...
its obvious to everyone you dont care.

lol
Repukes

Campbellsville, KY

#90251 Mar 26, 2013
NEW LOW' Jessica Hill/AP

Senators to NRA: Stop Newtown Robocalls

Unthinkable? Despicable? These are the sentiments two Connecticut senators have conveyed to the National Rifle Association for making robocalls to residents in Newtown and urging them to oppose gun control proposals. In a letter to the NRA, Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy have demanded that the organization “immediately stop calling the families and friends of the victims” of the Sandy Hook massacre—a “new low” for the organization to stoop to just three months after the shooting. Newtown residents reportedly began receiving automated calls from the NRA last week, while others claim they’ve received postcards in the mail.
Read it at CNN

March 25, 2013 5:40 PM

Gun ControlMANDEL NGAN / AFP
Obama Urges Assault-Weapon Ban Vote
An assault-weapons ban may not have made it into the gun control proposal Sen. Harry Reid will bring to the floor, but the Obama administration is now pressuring the Senate to vote publicly on a proposal to eliminate the weapons as an amendment “It will be a question for all 100 members of the Senate to ask themselves about whether or not they think that voting for and supporting an assault weapons ban would actually do something to reduce gun violence in communities all across the country," Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Monday at the White House briefing. "We’re going to have that debate,” Earnest said, clarifying that the president does not in fact support a National Registry of gun owners—something Karl Rove accused him of over the weekend on ABC’s This Week.
Read it at ABC News

Paul, Cruz threaten filibuster on gun laws
As Democrats gear up for a series of looming Senate battles on gun control legislation, conservative Sens. Rand Paul, R-Ky., Ted Cruz, R-Tex., and Mike Lee, R-Utah - two of whom are fast shaping up to be the younger senatorial set's most reliable rabble-rousers - are threatening to filibuster any law that would make federal gun laws more stringent.

NEW LOW indeed, Nobody coming to take your guns, just strengthen the law and look how they filibuster planning on holding up progress like the 13hour drone fiasco. What a bunch of showboats. Not about protecting children by ensuring nutjobs don't easily get guns. Law abiding gun owners shouldn't have to worry. But spin those tales like Rove and fauxbox pundit repukes. Dumbasses

DITCH MITCH
Repukes

Campbellsville, KY

#90253 Mar 26, 2013
Rubio splits with Paul on foreign policy

Marco Rubio on isolationism:'We have paid for it dearly'

LOUISVILLE, Ky.— Florida Sen. Marco Rubio swung by Rand Paul’s home state here on Monday where he effectively made one thing clear: He’s no Rand Paul — particularly on foreign policy.
In a soaring speech on the University of Louisville campus, Rubio made the case for American military might around the world, vowing that the U.S cannot “retreat” from international conflicts, must encourage democracy and continue spending money overseas aimed at bolstering the country’s image. He didn’t mention Paul by name, other than when he corrected a questioner who thought a speech he delivered recently called for the elimination of the Department of Education.
“I actually think that was your other senator’s speech,” Rubio said as he flashed a grin, with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell sitting stoically behind him.

But Rubio’s remarks come just as Paul has been trying to clamp down on federal dollars spent on foreign aid and as the Kentucky freshman has been pushing for a “less aggressive” American role in the world — as the two prospective 2016 rivals continue to lay out competing visions of the GOP’s future.

“We can’t solve every humanitarian crisis on the planet, we can’t be involved in every dispute, every civil war and every conflict,” Rubio told a concert hall filled with young adults and middle-aged Kentucky voters.“But we also cannot retreat from the world. It’s not that America will continue to function as the world’s police officer. The problem is that like anything in the world: If you pull back from it, a vacuum will be created.”

Rubio added:“The alternative to U.S.[engagement] on the global stage is chaos.”

And as Paul — a fellow tea party favorite who, like Rubio, was elected in 2010 — has called for dramatic reductions in foreign aid at a time of huge deficits, Rubio pointed to post-World War II reconstruction efforts in Europe and U.S. taxpayer dollars spent to help eradicate AIDS in Africa as positive examples that bolster the U.S. image around the world

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/03/marco-r...

Old turtleman invited his Jr. Senator's rival to his hometown. I thought his stragedy was to hang onto grandrand and teabaggers coat. Guess he thinks this teabagger candidate is better. hahahaha

Let the games begin.

DITCH MITCH
Repukes

Campbellsville, KY

#90254 Mar 26, 2013
Rand Paul's Loopy Ascent

When you’ve got loons the likes of Ted Cruz and Sarah Palin fluttering about, I suppose it’s easy not to seem like such a wacko bird yourself.

Is that why Rand Paul is flying high right now? Or is it because he followed his 13-hour filibuster — that knee-defeating, bladder-defying moment in the Senate sun — by showing a few of his less florid feathers? Either way, he has managed, with remarkable speed, to migrate to the foreground of Republican politics. You could almost lose sight of what an albatross he really is.

Today he’s singing the moderate song of immigration reform, and that dirge about drones, which had a valid bass note despite its alarmist melody, struck chords across the political spectrum.

But Paul’s greatest hits include a denunciation of Medicare as socialism, a recommendation of stopping foreign aid to a few key allies, and the insistent introduction of Patriot Act amendments so loopy that one of them netted all of 10 votes from the 95 senators present while another garnered a whopping total of 4.

As Jennifer Steinhauer noted in The Times right after he peddled those clunkers, he had seemingly relocated to Washington “less to make laws than points.”

Now he’s making headlines and waves, and not as a Tea Party curiosity but as a Republican Party lodestar, someone discussed seriously as a possible force in the 2016 presidential primaries. He was tapped just last week to be the featured speaker at the approaching Lincoln Day Dinner in Iowa. There’s an important caucus in that state, you’ll recall.

Paul personifies the G.O.P.’s curse right now. Although it needs to re-establish its bearings in the mainstream, many of the Republicans making the biggest splashes are rowing in from strange tributaries, and the establishment can’t seem to stop the tide.

Seasoned hands with cooler heads tend not to generate nearly as much excitement. All Jeb Bush generated with the publicity tour for his immigration book was outright befuddlement.

The tail wags the dog. Rather than Cruz, the junior senator from Texas, humbly taking cues from John Cornyn, the senior senator, Cornyn labors to match the supercilious upstart scowl for scowl, and even followed Cruz’s intemperate lead to cast one of only three Senate votes against John Kerry’s confirmation as secretary of state.

And Mitch McConnell, who is not only Kentucky’s senior senator but also the Senate minority leader, seems to worry more about Paul, the state’s junior senator, than vice versa.

DITCH MITCH

Continued:(have to put it all it is so informative of a man who suck up Medicaid and Medicare in his practice in Bowling Green)
Repukes

Campbellsville, KY

#90255 Mar 26, 2013
Back when Paul began his 2010 Senate campaign as an insurgent ophthalmologist (how many times does a journalist get to write that phrase?), McConnell supported the other, more established candidate in the Republican primary. Then Paul triumphed, the Tea Party proved its muscle and McConnell, eyeing his own 2014 re-election bid, had to worry about being undone by the very romance with naysaying outsiders that lofted Paul to victory.

McConnell’s campaign manager this time around? The same one Paul used. His new public posture toward Paul? Indulgent, sometimes even adulatory. He joined Paul for a portion of that marathon filibuster, egging him on.

McConnell doesn’t fear a potential Democratic run by Ashley Judd. He fears being “primaried”— the menacing verb that was popularized by the 2010 and 2012 elections, signifying the threat that a state’s restive Republican voters will pick a Richard Mourdock over a Richard Lugar. That’s Cornyn’s dread, too. He’s also up in 2014.

And so someone like Paul (who, by the way, voted for Kerry’s confirmation) sets the tone. I also wonder if he’s modulating his own, as some long-term strategy moseys into his thinking.

Yes, his recent questioning of jail time for marijuana arrests isn’t a certain winner, but it’s not a surefire loser, either. And his immigration speech last week, which called for a path to citizenship without quite calling it that, suggested a fresh calibration and sensitivity.
But his past brims with statements and stands that make him an unhelpful mascot for his party. He’d be a skunk in a presidential primary and a quixotic, doomed nominee.

He has railed erroneously about the Clean Water Act’s effect on his toilets, indelicately quibbled with aspects of the Civil Rights and Americans With Disabilities Acts, and carped about the “nanny state” in relation to seat-belt laws. Yes, seat-belt laws.

His distaste for government is so deep you wonder how he can bear to work there. He’s like a vegan who has chosen to sup at a steakhouse, though I guess that’s the point. Now that he has access to the kitchen, he can filibuster the filet, stall the sirloin with nuisance amendments, and leave diners with only a side of spinach, and maybe an iceberg wedge.

It’s a crazy salad he’s serving, no matter how it’s currently dressed.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/2013/03/26/r...

DITCH MITCH

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