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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 233673 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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RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#107640 Jul 1, 2013
Bush, Obama meeting in Africa highlights continuity in War on Terror

On Tuesday, President Barack Obama will join his Republican predecessor George W. Bush in an event symbolizing a big theme of both of their administrations: the war against al-Qaida. And it’s happening in an unusual location for a past-and-present presidential meet up – Africa.

Bush – who has been circumspect and has said almost nothing about terrorism since leaving office – has not only refrained from criticizing his successor, but on Monday essentially endorsed Obama’s handling of the NSA/ Snowden mess.
handling of the NSA/ Snowden mess.

“I know he (Snowden) damaged the country. The Obama administration will deal with it,” the former president said.

Asked about the NSA surveillance, Bush said,“I put the program in place to protect the country and one of the certainties is civil liberties were guaranteed.”

He added,“I think there needs to be a balance (between individual liberty and national security) and as the president (Obama) described, there is a proper balance.”

http://nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/...

HAHA, even Bush backs our PRESIDENT OBAMA. Read it an weep repukes. Be sure and watch the videos of the love our President still gets wherever he goes.

CLINTON 2016

DITCH MITCH 2014
wtf

Glasgow, KY

#107641 Jul 1, 2013
Kentucky Republicans officially want to thank Kentucky democrats for their sacrificial lamb...Alison Lundergan-Grimes. Looks like Mitch is here to stay! The Clinton's will make their appearance to campaign for Grimes "IF" Hitlary isn't testifying about her major part in the Benghazi coverup and Bill can leave "cigar sex with young interns" rehab for a few days.

What were you idiots thinking? LMMFAO! Thanks. One step closer to a Republican majority Senate. Old dirty Harry needs to pack his retirement suitcase. Maybe his son, who is worth about 55 million thanks to dirty daddy Harry and the Chinese, can start taking care of the old guy. The tax payers are sick of him.
wtf

Glasgow, KY

#107642 Jul 1, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
Bush, Obama meeting in Africa highlights continuity in War on Terror
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama will join his Republican predecessor George W. Bush in an event symbolizing a big theme of both of their administrations: the war against al-Qaida. And it’s happening in an unusual location for a past-and-present presidential meet up – Africa.
Bush – who has been circumspect and has said almost nothing about terrorism since leaving office – has not only refrained from criticizing his successor, but on Monday essentially endorsed Obama’s handling of the NSA/ Snowden mess.
handling of the NSA/ Snowden mess.
“I know he (Snowden) damaged the country. The Obama administration will deal with it,” the former president said.
Asked about the NSA surveillance, Bush said,“I put the program in place to protect the country and one of the certainties is civil liberties were guaranteed.”
He added,“I think there needs to be a balance (between individual liberty and national security) and as the president (Obama) described, there is a proper balance.”
http://nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/...
HAHA, even Bush backs our PRESIDENT OBAMA. Read it an weep repukes. Be sure and watch the videos of the love our President still gets wherever he goes.
CLINTON 2016
DITCH MITCH 2014
And you got that Bush was defending Obama out of that? Of course you did. lmao Bush is a man and he acts and speaks respectfully unlike your messiah that blames everything on Bush and Republicans and White America and Palin and Rush and Beck and Fox news and the Tea Party and...yawn. Bush refuses to sink to Obama's level. I expected nothing less from our former President. pResident Obama? Not so much!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#107643 Jul 1, 2013
One MORE:

WOMEN URGED TO STOP SEX, EVEN WITH HUSBANDS
'Do not make him dinner, do not go fetch him a cold beer from the fridge'

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/07/will-texas-women-s...

Ha, ha ha ...
Wait a sec ... BRB ...

Had to go ROTF&L ...!!!

This will go over
like a LEAD balloon ...

)8~D>

Night ...
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#107644 Jul 1, 2013
Dream on Speakup, aka fake unoriginal wtf. Losers

DITCH MITCH 2014

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LibIdiot

United States

#107645 Jul 1, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
Bush, Obama meeting in Africa highlights continuity in War on Terror
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama will join his Republican predecessor George W. Bush in an event symbolizing a big theme of both of their administrations: the war against al-Qaida. And it’s happening in an unusual location for a past-and-present presidential meet up – Africa.
Bush – who has been circumspect and has said almost nothing about terrorism since leaving office – has not only refrained from criticizing his successor, but on Monday essentially endorsed Obama’s handling of the NSA/ Snowden mess.
handling of the NSA/ Snowden mess.
“I know he (Snowden) damaged the country. The Obama administration will deal with it,” the former president said.
Asked about the NSA surveillance, Bush said,“I put the program in place to protect the country and one of the certainties is civil liberties were guaranteed.”
He added,“I think there needs to be a balance (between individual liberty and national security) and as the president (Obama) described, there is a proper balance.”
http://nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/...
HAHA, even Bush backs our PRESIDENT OBAMA. Read it an weep repukes. Be sure and watch the videos of the love our President still gets wherever he goes.
CLINTON 2016
DITCH MITCH 2014
You are one of a kind... DUMMY....!

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#107647 Jul 1, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
Bush, Obama meeting in Africa highlights continuity in War on Terror
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama will join his Republican predecessor George W. Bush in an event symbolizing a big theme of both of their administrations: the war against al-Qaida. And it’s happening in an unusual location for a past-and-present presidential meet up – Africa.
Bush – who has been circumspect and has said almost nothing about terrorism since leaving office – has not only refrained from criticizing his successor, but on Monday essentially endorsed Obama’s handling of the NSA/ Snowden mess.
handling of the NSA/ Snowden mess.
“I know he (Snowden) damaged the country. The Obama administration will deal with it,” the former president said.
Asked about the NSA surveillance, Bush said,“I put the program in place to protect the country and one of the certainties is civil liberties were guaranteed.”
He added,“I think there needs to be a balance (between individual liberty and national security) and as the president (Obama) described, there is a proper balance.”
http://nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/...
HAHA, even Bush backs our PRESIDENT OBAMA. Read it an weep repukes. Be sure and watch the videos of the love our President still gets wherever he goes.
CLINTON 2016
DITCH MITCH 2014
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“I know he (Snowden) damaged the country. The Obama administration will deal with it,” the former president said.

Ok, passive statement. Who else would deal with it? Up for grabs.

Asked about the NSA surveillance, Bush said,“I put the program in place to protect the country and one of the certainties is civil liberties were guaranteed.”

Ok, guaranteed? Snooping into everyone's files, emails and phone calls is called "civil liberties guaranteed?
Not being implemented, Mr. Bush!

He added,“I think there needs to be a balance (between individual liberty and national security) and as the president (Obama) described, there is a proper balance.”

Where is the line drawn for "proper balance, Mr. Obama?

haha, G.W. Bush playing politics and now you love him......LMAO!!! at you.
wtf

Glasgow, KY

#107648 Jul 1, 2013
RepubliCONS wrote:
Dream on Speakup, aka fake unoriginal wtf. Losers
DITCH MITCH 2014
Ewww...we can smell the fear oozing from your post! LMMFAO I wish you could be as happy about the democrats pick to run against Mitch as the Republicans are! Poor little fella...you've been obsessing about Mitch McConnell for years now. Look at the bright side of things...you can still obsess about Mitch when he returns to the Senate to represent Kentucky AGAIN!

Newsflash, Moo'chelle hasn't outlawed deodorant YET so get you some! Sweaty fear is disgusting and stinky. We will have to start referring to you as "Stank Boy".

Mitch is the man!!!!!
Jay

Springville, TN

#107649 Jul 1, 2013
The Black American Leadership Alliance (BALA)

has organized an anti-amnesty march and rally -- the DC March for Jobs -- in Washington, D.C. on Monday, July 15th. The goal is to "demand that our leaders reject amnesty, enforce immigration laws as written, and support policies that put black U.S. citizens back to work."

As their web site notes, if the Gang of Eight's immigration bill is enacted, it "will be costly for all Americans, but will harm black American workers more than any other group. Mass immigration and amnesty puts those poorest Americans from all walks of life out of work and suppresses wages, causing them to compete with aliens willing to work in poorer working conditions for cheaper pay. When 22 million Americans are either out of work or unemployed, now is no time to further over-saturate the labor force with increased immigration levels and amnesty. If Congress doesn't stop this irresponsible legislation, the United States will continue to see more and more Americans of all races out of jobs and on the streets."

The list of speakers for the event includes:

Former Rep. Alan West (Fla.);

Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.);

State Sen. Elbert Guillory (R-La.);

Frank Morris, former Executive Director of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation;

Mike Cutler, former INS Agent; and

Dennis Michael Lynch, filmmaker .

What: DC March for Jobs

When: Monday, July 15, 2013 -- 9:30 a.m.

Where: Starts at Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC

Since: Feb 13

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#107650 Jul 2, 2013
wtf wrote:
Kentucky Republicans officially want to thank Kentucky democrats for their sacrificial lamb...Alison Lundergan-Grimes. Looks like Mitch is here to stay! The Clinton's will make their appearance to campaign for Grimes "IF" Hitlary isn't testifying about her major part in the Benghazi coverup and Bill can leave "cigar sex with young interns" rehab for a few days.
What were you idiots thinking? LMMFAO! Thanks. One step closer to a Republican majority Senate. Old dirty Harry needs to pack his retirement suitcase. Maybe his son, who is worth about 55 million thanks to dirty daddy Harry and the Chinese, can start taking care of the old guy. The tax payers are sick of him.
How can you Repubs support McConnell when he would do this to American workers?
.
Washington (CNN)-- Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked the No.1 item on the president's congressional "to-do-list," refusing to allow a vote on a bill that would give tax breaks for companies that "insource" jobs to the U.S. from overseas while eliminating tax deductions for companies that move jobs abroad.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#107651 Jul 2, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
And you got that Bush was defending Obama out of that? Of course you did. lmao Bush is a man and he acts and speaks respectfully unlike your messiah that blames everything on Bush and Republicans and White America and Palin and Rush and Beck and Fox news and the Tea Party and...yawn. Bush refuses to sink to Obama's level. I expected nothing less from our former President. pResident Obama? Not so much!
Look, you want to know why most things are blamed on Bush by Dems? Dummy most things that went so wrong in America was because of Bush. All you need to do is look at the shape America was in on Jan. 2001 and look at it on Jan. 2009.
In 2009 we had been attacked on US soil by terrorist, worst Depression since 1929 and the 3rd worst job loss in US history. Worst US debt in history. Who the hell did you blame?
wtf

Shelbiana, KY

#107652 Jul 2, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
And you got that Bush was defending Obama out of that? Of course you did. lmao Bush is a man and he acts and speaks respectfully unlike your messiah that blames everything on Bush and Republicans and White America and Palin and Rush and Beck and Fox news and the Tea Party and...yawn. Bush refuses to sink to Obama's level. I expected nothing less from our former President. pResident Obama? Not so much!
Bush is a moron just like his Daddy.
whitehair

Fort Thomas, KY

#107654 Jul 2, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Look, you want to know why most things are blamed on Bush by Dems? Dummy most things that went so wrong in America was because of Bush. All you need to do is look at the shape America was in on Jan. 2001 and look at it on Jan. 2009.
In 2009 we had been attacked on US soil by terrorist, worst Depression since 1929 and the 3rd worst job loss in US history. Worst US debt in history. Who the hell did you blame?
All of this you blame on Bush could be defended by reason if you searched for it .We see from our side of the sidewalk , and you from yours. The thought you and all should begin to have is where are we now and what can be done about it! Congress has caused most of our problems by both Parties being power hungrey and wanting control. This is not what the Founding fathers had in mind and is becoming a vile and nasty way of running our great Country. Right now the Parties leaders tell the followers how they want to vote and , unfortunately , so many do. They do not think and act on their own! Most of the Bills are written by special interests and lobbyists and not our voted up- on so called leaders.If any know what to do to get the Parties to give up their desire to have this one u pmanship and work together, please tell the rest of us!

As far as the term --ditch Mitch-- there is no other presently presented to vote for. Mitch could become the majority leader if the Republicans and Independent would work together. We can hope so. This could be one way to get back to normal . It would seem probable term limits should be put in place for most of the idiots there now.Of course, none of Congress will vote for that.
whitehair

Fort Thomas, KY

#107655 Jul 2, 2013
Now as far as the Bush era, He screwed up with the Wars and so this caused the debt to worsen. Remember, he left with $9 trillion debt. Obama has increased this to $17 trillion and climbing? Remember the housing bubble Bush could not control even when he preached against it? The Democrats would not change! The Republican over spent as well when there.

So, what we need is not to bitch at one another but consider what we could do to change this situation. If you think more of Obama, forget it. We have seen his and Hillary`s failures . We want no more of this. m H e
Besara is a Douchebag

Chicago, IL

#107656 Jul 2, 2013
LibIdiot wrote:
<quoted text>
You are one of a kind... DUMMY....!
Maybe if you'd pay as much attention to being politically informed as you do to changing names, proxies and judging icons, you could someday add more to a discussion than your tired canned insults.

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#107657 Jul 2, 2013
Calvin_Coolish wrote:
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this isn't the real world Hon
The Internet has done some great things for us: email to stay connected faster than letters could travel, access to research sources at lightning speeds, hilarious YouTube videos, etc.

Unfortunately, it has also bred groups of cowards who have cloaked themselves in virtual anonymity as they torment their fellow human beings with rudeness disguised as "opinion" or "humor."

If you disagree with something, that is great! Varying opinions make the world more interesting and give people things to talk about. The problem is, when you log on and hurl insults and rude comments at someone for those opinions, you have crossed the line into jerk-town.

It may make you feel empowered, strong (in a 5th grade kind of way, by picking on someone else), funny, and witty, but think of it this way: would you walk up to someone and say those same things face to face? If your answer is yes, you probably have bigger problems than this article can handle.

http://voices.yahoo.com/why-people-so-rude-38...

“I'm Not TRUMP...”

Since: Apr 13

...I'm just DRAWN that way....

#107659 Jul 2, 2013
wtf wrote:
Kentucky Republicans officially want to thank Kentucky democrats for their sacrificial lamb...Alison Lundergan-Grimes. Looks like Mitch is here to stay! The Clinton's will make their appearance to campaign for Grimes "IF" Hitlary isn't testifying about her major part in the Benghazi coverup and Bill can leave "cigar sex with young interns" rehab for a few days.
What were you idiots thinking? LMMFAO! Thanks. One step closer to a Republican majority Senate. Old dirty Harry needs to pack his retirement suitcase. Maybe his son, who is worth about 55 million thanks to dirty daddy Harry and the Chinese, can start taking care of the old guy. The tax payers are sick of him.
your cigar obsession is getting a little creepy\and hey, boy lover...how is TurtleMan keeping his Senate seat one step closer to a Republican majority Senate?
Use your head for something other than imagining boy bottoms once in a while.

“I'm Not TRUMP...”

Since: Apr 13

...I'm just DRAWN that way....

#107660 Jul 2, 2013
wtf wrote:
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And you got that Bush was defending Obama out of that? Of course you did. lmao Bush is a man and he acts and speaks respectfully unlike your messiah that blames everything on Bush and Republicans and White America and Palin and Rush and Beck and Fox news and the Tea Party and...yawn. Bush refuses to sink to Obama's level. I expected nothing less from our former President. pResident Obama? Not so much!
Bush and Republicans and White America and Palin and Rush and Beck and Fox news and the Tea Party..
you forgot Boner, the Cry Baby.
Besara

Omaha, NE

#107661 Jul 2, 2013
Besara is a Douchebag wrote:
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My song
Tell me what you think.
_________
Trollin', trollin', trollin.
Man my ass is swollen,
from all that cornholin'
Rawhide!

I'm into all that motion
and rarely use some lotion.
Oh, fill me with your potion.
Rawhide!
Do you have that up on iTunes yet?

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#107662 Jul 2, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Look, you want to know why most things are blamed on Bush by Dems? Dummy most things that went so wrong in America was because of Bush. All you need to do is look at the shape America was in on Jan. 2001 and look at it on Jan. 2009.
In 2009 we had been attacked on US soil by terrorist, worst Depression since 1929 and the 3rd worst job loss in US history. Worst US debt in history. Who the hell did you blame?
In the wake of a recession that began roughly seven weeks after President Bush took office, America experienced six years of uninterrupted economic growth and a record 52 straight months of job creation that produced more than 8 million new jobs. During the Bush presidency, the unemployment rate averaged 5.3 percent. We saw labor-productivity gains that averaged 2.5 percent annually — a rate that exceeds the averages of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Real after-tax income per capita increased by more than 11 percent. And from 2000 to 2007, real GDP grew by more than 17 percent, a gain of nearly $2.1 trillion.

Now, unlike Obama, whose intellectual dishonesty can be striking at times, some of us are willing to concede that things need to be placed within a proper context. Obama took the oath of office in the wake of a financial collapse that made every economic indicator much worse; it’s only fair to take that into account. But even here, in characterizing what happened, Obama has to present a cartoon image, distorted and disfigured, pretending that it was wholly and completely the fault of President Bush and Republicans.

In fact, it was a complex set of factors that both Republicans and Democrats were complicit in. In addition, it’s worth noting that Democrats were in control of Congress beginning in January 2007 — and Congress is where legislation, including appropriations and tax legislation, is passed.

George W. Bush’s presidency was certainly not perfect; none are. But like Truman before him, Bush’s achievements will be vindicated. Unless he changes course fairly dramatically, I rather doubt the same thing will be said about Mr. Obama.

http://www.commentarymagazine.com/article/in-...

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