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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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Anonymous

India

#42013 Jun 14, 2012
vbnbvn
American Lady

Danville, KY

#42014 Jun 14, 2012
Was communist mentor intimate with Obama's mother?

Frank Marshall Davis, pornographer

“As Ann Dunham engaged in nefarious activities with Frank Marshall Davis, who was likely involved in pornography and prostitution, why would she bring 10 year-old Barry back from Indonesia and tell her father something to the effect of,‘I’m going back to Indonesia, but please take young Barry to Frank’s house a few times a week,’” he said.

The only scenario in which Obama’s regular visits as a child to Davis’ house would make sense, Gilbert said, is if Davis was the real biological father
Gilbert explained that much of what Obama has told the American public of his childhood has been proven false.

“We now know that the family did not stay together in Hawaii until 1962, when the Kenyan Barack Obama went to Harvard to begin his graduate studies as Obama claimed,” Gilbert explained.“Ann Dunham took her infant son with her to Seattle a few weeks after his birth and began studies at the University of Washington, while the Kenyan Obama remained in Hawaii for another year before leaving for Harvard.”

The evidence, Gilbert said,“points to the conclusion that Ann Dunham’s relationship with the Kenyan Obama was a ‘sham’ marriage designed to cover up an illicit affair with Frank Marshall Davis, in which the infant had been conceived.”

Obama’s election was not a sudden political phenomenon, Gilbert maintains.

“It was the culmination of an American socialist movement that Frank Marshall Davis nurtured in Chicago and Hawaii and has been quietly infiltrating the U.S. economy, universities and media for decades,” he said.“To understand Obama’s plans for America, look no further than communist Frank Marshall Davis.”

http://www.wnd.com/2012/06/was-communist-ment...

Steve

Are you implying that the
offical,
verified,
validated,
codified,
digitized,
facsimile,
sanitzed,
pasturized,
homoginized

Hawaiian birth certificate is not correct?

Did you ask Neil Abrecrombie about this?

Are you saying that Dreams from my Father? No
-------
*_*
American Lady

Danville, KY

#42016 Jun 14, 2012
Because I have written so much about this in the past, and because the Court’s action came as no surprise, I was tempted to let it pass with the same silent contempt the Court is showing for the Constitution. It occurred to me, though, that this is precisely what the smug destroyers of constitutional government are working to achieve. They mean to spread contempt for the Constitution like a silent contagion until the people’s attachment to constitutional self-government atrophies, like limbs benumbed by leprosy.

The Court’s now-routinized disrespect for the terms of the Constitution is just a symptom of the pervasive contempt for constitutional self-government undeniably evident amongst the elitist faction seeking permanently to overthrow it. This is a far cry from Alexander Hamilton’s concern that any such breaches of respect would diminish the “sacred reverence” toward the Constitution wise statesmanship requires.

...

America’s founders sought carefully to establish government limited by respect for God-endowed right. Therefore, the strategists of elitist domination aim by all means to redefine right as unlimited choice and unfettered freedom, so that the resulting maelstrom impels people to clamor for a government unconstrained in its power to deal with the awful consequences. America’s founders sought to inculcate and encourage “sacred reverence” for the Constitution so that even a powerful majority would feel constrained to respect the more permanent sense of their own goodwill it represented. Therefore, the strategists of elitist domination encourage the belief that majority votes may cast aside the Constitution’s terms, obviating the need even to look as if they are taking them seriously. America’s founders observed that liberty requires a moral and religious people. So these strategists of elitist domination debunk morality, assail religion and seek to criminalize every appearance of public piety.

This latter perversion of statesmanship is surely the most telling – for what becomes of “sacred reverence” when in practice every semblance of reverence, every feeling of holiness is being shamed, outlawed and discouraged by persecution? Yet a sense of the sacred is in the end just the acknowledgement of the connection that subsists between the part and the whole, the individual and the community, the good of each and the common God of all. Without it the res publica (what people have in common) loses the ground or basis of its existence, leaving a welter of solitary individuals, cowering before their common fear and ready (even eager) to yield themselves to the manmade but inhuman power that manipulates it.

Is this not, in political terms, the very image of hell?

...

http://www.wnd.com/2012/06/the-constitution-f...
Jay

Springville, TN

#42017 Jun 14, 2012
TEST OF FIRE:

http://www.youtube.com :80/watch_popup?v=D9vQt6IXXaM
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#42018 Jun 14, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
**********
What have they been putting in the water in Cinci, Ohyah?
8D
Fluoride, Jay. Only fluoride. And yes, it’s socialized medicine. Shame on Cincinnati!

That’s why Kentucky needs to elect severely conservative, Rand Paul, one of job creators’ staunchest supporters. He may not be a true Republican, but Ann and I have a positive human feeling about him. We also celebrate excellent dressage events in Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region.

No more fluoride! No more fluoride! No more fluoride!
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#42019 Jun 14, 2012
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
I hear ya jinxie boy! Anybody with "half a brain" watches that Rachael Madcow person on PMSnbc if they want crackerjack reporting! LMMFAO!
That is so true, lol. Ann and I boycott people like Rachel Maddow over at MSNBC who need to learn to do some most excellent fact checking like our patriotic and ethical journalist friends at Fox News. How dare MSNBC stir up so much trouble by questioning the ways of today’s GOP? Fox News, being fair and balanced, would never cast such aspersions on Republicans (or Democrats). Stay strong and vote for Rand!
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#42020 Jun 14, 2012
calm down frankie wrote:
<quoted text>
It sure doesn't take much to make you happy does it frankie? If that hijinix kids' attempt at trying to be internet cool by "posing" as Romney causes you uncontrollable little girl giggles, you are a sad little fella that is easily entertained by some random manchild on topix!
I must take exception, for it is you, sir, who is striking the pose. Please take a moment to review what frank actually said. I feel bad that he laughed at me and accused me of interfering with his work. And I apologized. What more could you possibly need?
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#42021 Jun 14, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Terry Buckeye wrote:
<quoted text>
He was legally elected to office by a majority of electoral votes. How is that fraudulent?
----------
If he wasn't eligible to serve the office he should not have been on the ballot and should not have been able to serve. If he lacks the honestly and integrity that it takes to be responsible enough to personally follow the requirements of Article II Section 1, he doesn't deserve to serve the office. Just because 62 million people didn't care to follow the requirements of The Constitution doesn't make it right.
Yes! You’re so perceptive.

Danville’s got talent.
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#42022 Jun 14, 2012
watchutalkinbout wrote:
<quoted text>
Good grief frank, zfacts as a source? You accuse others of getting their info from fox and then you cite zfacts as a credible source. You have to do better than that.
Ann and I trust only Fox News as our source for facts because its intelligent, insightful and patriotic journalists are fair and balanced. Anything less is un-American.
RepublicansAgain stGuns

Rochester, KY

#42023 Jun 15, 2012
Hijinx Romney wrote:
<quoted text>
Ann and I trust only Fox News as our source for facts because its intelligent, insightful and patriotic journalists are fair and balanced. Anything less is un-American.
I bet you all shed tears when the nut job Glen Beck was fired. FauxNews balanced. hahahahaha!!!!!!!!!
SYL

Ashland, KY

#42025 Jun 15, 2012
RepublicansAgainstGuns wrote:
<quoted text>I bet you all shed tears when the nut job Glen Beck was fired. FauxNews balanced. hahahahaha!!!!!!!!!
I did. He stands up for our constitution, our rights, our freedom, our religion. Stuff we used learn to about in school. Now our children ony hear , how great socialism is, how theres no God, and to scoff at religion.

Glen Beck knows Communism is taking over our nation.
So you make fun all you want, ridicule all you want. You must have something to gain , but the rest of American will have everything to lose.
SYL

Ashland, KY

#42026 Jun 15, 2012
PS, Glen Beck is doing just fine now.
frank

Oakland, CA

#42027 Jun 15, 2012
WakeUp wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem with your graph is that it's saying supply side economics didn't work. That's not true. Reagan tripled the amount of money coming into the US Treasury.
Like I said before, if your spending always exceeds your revenues, it doesn't matter how much money you bring in.
As for Reagan's deficits, as a percentage of GDP, he left office with the same percent of deficit as when he entered office-of course, he was able to end "stagflation", lower unemployment, record breaking small business start ups, and economically/politically destroy the Russians in the Cold War.
To be honest, our debt and spending, not only on the National level, but the states, municipalities, etc is so out of control and unmanageable, neither party is going to do anything about it. It's just a matter of how quickly are we all going to jump off the fiscal cliff, and who's going to be in control when we start to rebuild?
I’m sure you wouldn’t mind revealing the source of your (retarded) Reagan numbers – either you are drunk or you have gone off the deep end. So Reagan tripled Gov’t revenue eh? Reagan, in fact, tripled the Federal Debt, from $900 billion to $2.7 trillion. Ford and Carter in their combined terms could only double it. It took 31 years to accomplish the first postwar debt tripling, yet Reagan did it in eight.
Taxes by the end of the Reagan era were as large a chunk of GNP as when he took office, 19.4%, historic average is 18.3%.
Reagan deregulated the Banks; remember the S & L crisis costing the tax payer $90 Billion. In 1982 Reagan supported a five-cent-per-gallon gasoline tax and higher taxes on the trucking industry. Total increase:$5.5 billion a year.
I like Reagan but there is no need to misrepresent his successes as well as his failures!
rider

Gwinn, MI

#42028 Jun 15, 2012
"There ought to be limits to freedom."
- May 26, 1999

"If this were a dictatorship, it would be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator."
-CNN transcript from 12/18/2000 (photo-op with Congressional leaders)

"You don't get everything you want. A dictatorship would be a lot easier."
-Governing Magazine July, 1998

"A dictatorship would be a heck of a lot easier, there's no question about it."
-Business Week, July 30, 2001

"This is an impressive crowd: the Haves and the Have-mores. Some people call you the elite - I call you my base.'
- at the Al Smith Dinner, New York, October 20, 2000.

"When you're the president's son and you've got unlimited access combined with some credentials from a prior campaign, in Washington, D.C., people tend to respect that. I mean, access is power. And I can find my dad and talk to him any time of the day."'
- August, 1992
frank

Oakland, CA

#42029 Jun 15, 2012
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
Take another look at the graph.Obama`s is pointed up after Bush`s left off.Bush left off then Obama climbed to where it is now!$9 trillion,then, now at $ 16 trillion for the currect debt..and headed up/Some say to $20 trillion before it can be started down.
You'e funny :-)
frank

Oakland, CA

#42030 Jun 15, 2012
WakeUp wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem with your graph is that it's saying supply side economics didn't work. That's not true. Reagan tripled the amount of money coming into the US Treasury.
Like I said before, if your spending always exceeds your revenues, it doesn't matter how much money you bring in.
As for Reagan's deficits, as a percentage of GDP, he left office with the same percent of deficit as when he entered office-of course, he was able to end "stagflation", lower unemployment, record breaking small business start ups, and economically/politically destroy the Russians in the Cold War.
To be honest, our debt and spending, not only on the National level, but the states, municipalities, etc is so out of control and unmanageable, neither party is going to do anything about it. It's just a matter of how quickly are we all going to jump off the fiscal cliff, and who's going to be in control when we start to rebuild?
There is a problem with my graph? First of all it is not my graph, it simply represents the Federal Gov’t spending habits by Presidents. It does not look good for the GOPers who like to claim how fiscally responsible they are – the truth hurts does it not!!!! As it turns out the GOPers like to barrow and spend and the Dems like to tax and spend but not nearly as much.

zFacts is a project of Steven Stoft, an economist with a science background, he is entirely none-partisan and in favor of market oriented approaches. He also believes think personal and social (government) responsibility are equally important in the design of public policy. Anyone can participate by adding or correcting information, similar to Wikipedia anyone can act as an editor.
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#42032 Jun 15, 2012
RepublicansAgainstGuns wrote:
<quoted text>I bet you all shed tears when the nut job Glen Beck was fired. FauxNews balanced. hahahahaha!!!!!!!!!
Actually, it’s Glenn (with 2 n’s) Beck. Our own family mental health provider, Dr. Eunice Proctor, has certified that Glenn is completely free of psychiatric problems. Glenn is an often misunderstood patriot who cares strongly about America that he’s never afraid to show his feelings and may at times appear a bit verklempt. He’s like us, only human (from Earth) and not perfect.

To suggest that our fair and balanced friends at Fox News may have fired Glenn is to spin his recent career path reassignment most egregiously, just like your cleverly humorous twist of term,“FauxNews.”(Have you considered a writing career?)

What loyal American would not want to join Ann and me to say,“God bless Glenn Beck, Fox News and America!”
wtf

Smiths Grove, KY

#42033 Jun 15, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Terry Buckeye wrote:
<quoted text>
He was legally elected to office by a majority of electoral votes. How is that fraudulent?
----------
If he wasn't eligible to serve the office he should not have been on the ballot and should not have been able to serve. If he lacks the honestly and integrity that it takes to be responsible enough to personally follow the requirements of Article II Section 1, he doesn't deserve to serve the office. Just because 62 million people didn't care to follow the requirements of The Constitution doesn't make it right.
The Supreme Court has made a final Ruling this Week on that issue doofus.
wtf

Smiths Grove, KY

#42034 Jun 15, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Because I have written so much about this in the past, and because the Court’s action came as no surprise, I was tempted to let it pass with the same silent contempt the Court is showing for the Constitution. It occurred to me, though, that this is precisely what the smug destroyers of constitutional government are working to achieve. They mean to spread contempt for the Constitution like a silent contagion until the people’s attachment to constitutional self-government atrophies, like limbs benumbed by leprosy.
The Court’s now-routinized disrespect for the terms of the Constitution is just a symptom of the pervasive contempt for constitutional self-government undeniably evident amongst the elitist faction seeking permanently to overthrow it. This is a far cry from Alexander Hamilton’s concern that any such breaches of respect would diminish the “sacred reverence” toward the Constitution wise statesmanship requires.
...
America’s founders sought carefully to establish government limited by respect for God-endowed right. Therefore, the strategists of elitist domination aim by all means to redefine right as unlimited choice and unfettered freedom, so that the resulting maelstrom impels people to clamor for a government unconstrained in its power to deal with the awful consequences. America’s founders sought to inculcate and encourage “sacred reverence” for the Constitution so that even a powerful majority would feel constrained to respect the more permanent sense of their own goodwill it represented. Therefore, the strategists of elitist domination encourage the belief that majority votes may cast aside the Constitution’s terms, obviating the need even to look as if they are taking them seriously. America’s founders observed that liberty requires a moral and religious people. So these strategists of elitist domination debunk morality, assail religion and seek to criminalize every appearance of public piety.
This latter perversion of statesmanship is surely the most telling – for what becomes of “sacred reverence” when in practice every semblance of reverence, every feeling of holiness is being shamed, outlawed and discouraged by persecution? Yet a sense of the sacred is in the end just the acknowledgement of the connection that subsists between the part and the whole, the individual and the community, the good of each and the common God of all. Without it the res publica (what people have in common) loses the ground or basis of its existence, leaving a welter of solitary individuals, cowering before their common fear and ready (even eager) to yield themselves to the manmade but inhuman power that manipulates it.
Is this not, in political terms, the very image of hell?
...
http://www.wnd.com/2012/06/the-constitution-f...
You useless pos.
No One

White Plains, KY

#42035 Jun 15, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
zFacts is a project of Steven Stoft, an economist with a science background, he is entirely none-partisan and in favor of market oriented approaches. He also believes think personal and social (government) responsibility are equally important in the design of public policy. Anyone can participate by adding or correcting information, similar to Wikipedia anyone can act as an editor.
You must be crazy, hell zfacts has Obama advertisements on the front page.

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