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

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 289218 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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Are You Kidding

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#46263 Aug 25, 2012
Do any of you plan to see the movie 2016?

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#46264 Aug 25, 2012
Jay wrote:
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Yeah right!
That's why this is happening.
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Top 4 Reasons ICE Agents Sued Napolitano and Morton
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1. Direct Violation of the Law.
The DREAM Directive orders ICE agents not to put illegal entrants into deportation proceedings, which is a direct violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
2. Unconstitutional Breach.
The DREAM Directive is an unconstitutional breach of the Executive branch's duty to ensure that the laws are faithfully executed--not systematically set aside.
3. Abuse of 'Discretion.'
Instead of giving law enforcement officers the ability to do their jobs, the DREAM Directive ties their hands and prevents the officers from removing illegal aliens.
4. Unauthorized Benefits to Illegal Aliens.
The DREAM Directive makes millions of illegal aliens eligible for government benefits they have no legal right to. They will be given work permits and be allowed to stay at least two years. Only Congress can grant these benefits.
Without this lawsuit, about two million illegal aliens will be given work permits, allowing them to compete for jobs with the 23 million Americans who cannot find full-time work.
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I guess you must have chosen not to view the video, eh?
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Hey Jay, no joke we're down one illegal.
I miss the dude he's the only one that bagged my groceries right and counted back my change...no kidding!
Don't know where he went and nobody's saying!
Kept the skoll and copenhagen stock well too!
Jay

Springville, TN

#46265 Aug 25, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>Your father was right about religion and politics,and was truly a kind and generous man. When you give and never ask for anything in return.That's truly giving!
a GOOD MAN with a GOOD HEART!
You are too Jay! You Dang republican..BTW I would absolutely fight
for your right to speak your opinion about Obama.
Lord knows I said enough about Bush.
But You know what's funny I kinda likes Ole Bush...Just POLICY differences!
Also don't tell anyone but I was a Reagan Democrat! lol
**********
You are something else, tofy! You make me laugh sometimes. You know what? Yeah, I am a dang Republican, but I like to refer to myself as a Conservative, because there are a lot of things hard right Republican's do that I do not necessarily support. In fact, I was ticked off at Bush the whole last year of his presidency. However......

I think I am socially liberal--- although I was told by a liberal there is no such thing, you can't be both ways. I say that's nonsense, because I do believe that people who truly need help in hard times should be able to get that help, and I don't care what color they are. People are people, and most of them are not responsible for the layoffs and the down-turn in the economy. Those who suffer have no control over what they do in Washington - like the gas prices, for example. They raise and lower at will, and we just pay it.

I think the president of this country should put the people of this country first. I don't think Obama shares this viewpoint, as well as I don't think some Republican's do either. But I can't buy into this illegal immigration baloney to garner votes to get re-elected while so many of us are out of work. And lo and behold, Nancy Pelosi, who says putting people on food stamps creates jobs. What kind of mentality thinks like that? I also have a real problem with Obama catering to the Muslim Brotherhood and befriending the New Black Panther party. These radicals are dividing our country and nothing good can ever come from that. And if you don't believe that just listen to some of the name calling on this board.

I rest my case.

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#46266 Aug 25, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
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You are something else, tofy! You make me laugh sometimes. You know what? Yeah, I am a dang Republican, but I like to refer to myself as a Conservative, because there are a lot of things hard right Republican's do that I do not necessarily support. In fact, I was ticked off at Bush the whole last year of his presidency. However......
I think I am socially liberal--- although I was told by a liberal there is no such thing, you can't be both ways. I say that's nonsense, because I do believe that people who truly need help in hard times should be able to get that help, and I don't care what color they are. People are people, and most of them are not responsible for the layoffs and the down-turn in the economy. Those who suffer have no control over what they do in Washington - like the gas prices, for example. They raise and lower at will, and we just pay it.
I think the president of this country should put the people of this country first. I don't think Obama shares this viewpoint, as well as I don't think some Republican's do either. But I can't buy into this illegal immigration baloney to garner votes to get re-elected while so many of us are out of work. And lo and behold, Nancy Pelosi, who says putting people on food stamps creates jobs. What kind of mentality thinks like that? I also have a real problem with Obama catering to the Muslim Brotherhood and befriending the New Black Panther party. These radicals are dividing our country and nothing good can ever come from that. And if you don't believe that just listen to some of the name calling on this board.
I rest my case.
Oh yeah! Jay it's needle,needle time. I know you have a sense of humor and can take a joke.
So guess which cartoon charater I am in this video! lol
http://youtu.be/si0WTCMrksw

BTW I never liked Nancy Pelosi..yuck!

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#46267 Aug 25, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
**********
You are something else, tofy! You make me laugh sometimes. You know what? Yeah, I am a dang Republican, but I like to refer to myself as a Conservative, because there are a lot of things hard right Republican's do that I do not necessarily support. In fact, I was ticked off at Bush the whole last year of his presidency. However......
I think I am socially liberal--- although I was told by a liberal there is no such thing, you can't be both ways. I say that's nonsense, because I do believe that people who truly need help in hard times should be able to get that help, and I don't care what color they are. People are people, and most of them are not responsible for the layoffs and the down-turn in the economy. Those who suffer have no control over what they do in Washington - like the gas prices, for example. They raise and lower at will, and we just pay it.
I think the president of this country should put the people of this country first. I don't think Obama shares this viewpoint, as well as I don't think some Republican's do either. But I can't buy into this illegal immigration baloney to garner votes to get re-elected while so many of us are out of work. And lo and behold, Nancy Pelosi, who says putting people on food stamps creates jobs. What kind of mentality thinks like that? I also have a real problem with Obama catering to the Muslim Brotherhood and befriending the New Black Panther party. These radicals are dividing our country and nothing good can ever come from that. And if you don't believe that just listen to some of the name calling on this board.
I rest my case.
Sometime I feel like I'm talkin' to my republican brother that lives in TN! That you H? LOL
Jay

Springville, TN

#46268 Aug 25, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>Oh yeah! Jay it's needle,needle time. I know you have a sense of humor and can take a joke.
So guess which cartoon charater I am in this video! lol
http://youtu.be/si0WTCMrksw
BTW I never liked Nancy Pelosi..yuck!
++++++++++

LOL.........that's hysterical!!

And you want me to guess where you are in this? ha-ha!

Ok.......Christian left leaning.

I don't think you're a pervert, or a druggie, or a wimp.....as the song goes.

I would hope, "straight, white American male." Unless you're black, then "straight, black American male."

With a whole lot of rebel stuck in there somewhere, at least in those youthful days. Dare devil days that is.
Jay

Springville, TN

#46269 Aug 25, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>Sometime I feel like I'm talkin' to my republican brother that lives in TN! That you H? LOL
LOL........that's a secret.

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#46270 Aug 25, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
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LOL.........that's hysterical!!
And you want me to guess where you are in this? ha-ha!
Ok.......Christian left leaning.
I don't think you're a pervert, or a druggie, or a wimp.....as the song goes.
I would hope, "straight, white American male." Unless you're black, then "straight, black American male."
With a whole lot of rebel stuck in there somewhere, at least in those youthful days. Dare devil days that is.
That was so funny...dude!
Pot-smoking,tree-hugging,porn- watching,long-haired,hippie like me!lol!

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#46272 Aug 26, 2012
During the two terms of President George W. Bush, 16.3 percent of the expenditures were spent on pensions. 16.1 percent of the expenditures were spent on health care. Education made up 16.5 percent of the expenditures. During that time, 12.6 percent of the expenditures were spent on defense. Welfare made up 8.9 percent of expenditures. The rest of the expenditures, 29.6 percent, went to miscellaneous expenses.

In President Barrack Obama&#146;s first two years in office, 15.2 percent of the expenditures were spent on pensions. 16.5 percent of the expenditures were spent on health care. Education made up 15.5 percent of the expenditures. During that time, 13.4 percent of the expenditures were spent on defense. Welfare made up 10.6 percent of expenditures. The rest of the expenditures, 28.8 percent, went to miscellaneous expenses.

I'd be willing to bet this is nothing more than a ponzi scheme!
Syl

Russell, KY

#46274 Aug 26, 2012
Jay wrote:
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Tofy, it's not a haze it's a reality we need to make sure we preserve. And yes, you are a strange Democrat, but then so was my dad. He could have written much of what you said - a man who gave to others his entire life. I could not even begin reiterate with stories the people he helped, the money he borrowed to those down and out, even though he knew he would probably never get it back --- the food he took to poor people who had children and who he knew were struggling. But I never once heard him argue politics. He always said, of religion and politics, you will never convince your opponent, so do what you believe is right and let it be.
That having been said, I believe what you said is true. I just don't believe the Democrats today are of the same caliber as his generation, and I do not believe Obama is the person we believed he would be. He has failed in the commitments he campaigned on and I do not think he has put our country and it's citizen's first.
And I have a real problem with that. 8(
I'v always said, at least for the past few years... The democrats of today "Are not our Father's Democrats. They are different people from when I was growing up. I don't know who they are that put on the democratic disguise and took over the White House. They only thing they do well is lie and spend money. We will pay the price.
Hey

Flatwoods, KY

#46275 Aug 26, 2012
Hey Tofy!!!
Hey

Flatwoods, KY

#46276 Aug 26, 2012
TAMPA -- Mitt Romney's presidential campaign gave Texas Rep. Ron Paul a chance to speak at the Republican National Convention, but he declined due to the conditions of the offer, the New York Times reports:

Mr. Paul, in an interview, said convention planners had offered him an opportunity to speak under two conditions: that he deliver remarks vetted by the Romney campaign, and that he give a full-fledged endorsement of Mr. Romney. He declined.

"It wouldn't be my speech," Mr. Paul said. "That would undo everything I've done in the last 30 years. I don't fully endorse him for president."

"And I For One Agree With Him,FK OBAMA,FK ROMNEY!!

They Are Just Out To FK US!!!

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#46277 Aug 26, 2012
Syl wrote:
<quoted text>
I'v always said, at least for the past few years... The democrats of today "Are not our Father's Democrats. They are different people from when I was growing up. I don't know who they are that put on the democratic disguise and took over the White House. They only thing they do well is lie and spend money. We will pay the price.
Syl,the game is who's turn it is to spend the money and what prior ties the choose to spend it on.
Basically that's the score.
They leave us to argue over cultural issues...more or less!
SLICK POLITICS MY FRIEND!

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#46278 Aug 26, 2012
Hey wrote:
Hey Tofy!!!
Hey Hey!
You watch pawn stars don't you?
Have you seen the spin off? The guy Danny that checks out their cars.
Has his own show now.
He restored a 1968 Mustang fastback GT with a 350 in it.Like the the one in the Steve McQueen movie Bullitt.
Rick gave 12,500 for it..Danny restorted for 22,000.
they expect to get 50k or more.
Sweet so sweet!
Looked just like McQueens!!!!!!
Hey

Flatwoods, KY

#46279 Aug 26, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Hey!
You watch pawn stars don't you?
Have you seen the spin off? The guy Danny that checks out their cars.
Has his own show now.
He restored a 1968 Mustang fastback GT with a 350 in it.Like the the one in the Steve McQueen movie Bullitt.
Rick gave 12,500 for it..Danny restorted for 22,000.
they expect to get 50k or more.
Sweet so sweet!
Looked just like McQueens!!!!!!
Love To Own That As I Am A Ford Man,LOL!!!

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#46280 Aug 26, 2012
Hey wrote:
<quoted text>
Love To Own That As I Am A Ford Man,LOL!!!
For real!I gota little misty...don't tell anyone.lmao
Hey

Flatwoods, KY

#46281 Aug 26, 2012
Still got a Soft Spot orthem 69-70 Chevelles though,LOL!!!

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#46282 Aug 26, 2012
Feeling Melancholy today!
I'm not a Bee Gees fan per-say!
But there is something about this song that moves me..something I relate to?
So give it a listen...if you wish?
TOFY
http://youtu.be/R_PI6mtSA0o
Hey

Flatwoods, KY

#46283 Aug 26, 2012
Also Love Pawn Stars and American Pickers...
Hey

Flatwoods, KY

#46284 Aug 26, 2012
Guess I'm gonna have to steal me one of them new SRT-8 CHALLENGERS,LMAO!!!!

You Got Shot Gun???? LMAO!!!!

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