'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

"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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Enigma

Elizabethtown, KY

#62930 Nov 13, 2012
How about that song of Bruce hornsby's called "the Way it is".
You know...."standing in line waitin for the welfare dime...cause they can't find a job...etc etc.
Enigma

Elizabethtown, KY

#62931 Nov 13, 2012
American Lady wrote:
The "state of Kentucky" doesn't MOVE ... dumbazz
heeheehee. They don't get it that if we secede that puts us in charge of us. We don't leave. We gain control..... Haha.

“Not in the $#IT Business!”

Since: Nov 12

Indianapolis, IN

#62933 Nov 13, 2012
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>It takes real fortituide to stand against the corrupt evil Rethuglicans and defeat them soundly AGAIN!
Democrats won by rigging the highest population centers. How else would you explain a state like Ohio where 88 counties total and Obama wins 16 and then wins the state? Of the Counties that make up the United States some had more Obama votes than were actually registered to vote! 112% is pretty damned suspicious to me!

How did Obama do in Kentucky?
Enigma

Elizabethtown, KY

#62934 Nov 13, 2012
Dang it is freezing out there. Literally. I don't like this cold weather too much. It's 75 in Florida. I miss home.
I don't recall it being this cold normally for November. It seems just too cold already. Burr. Need to build a fire in fireplace I guess

Did you guys hear about that NY mayor using one the Sandy emergency victim generators to keep his ice cream frozen in his ice cream store? NUTS.
Enigma

Elizabethtown, KY

#62936 Nov 13, 2012
Country Fried Infidel wrote:
<quoted text>
Democrats won by rigging the highest population centers. How else would you explain a state like Ohio where 88 counties total and Obama wins 16 and then wins the state? Of the Counties that make up the United States some had more Obama votes than were actually registered to vote! 112% is pretty damned suspicious to me!
How did Obama do in Kentucky?
He LOST big in Kentucky. Kentucky is big time full of conservatives!!
antiamericain

Bowling Green, KY

#62937 Nov 13, 2012
Just Sayin wrote:
<quoted text>
Not true. The Senate Republicans filibustered a bill that extended the middle class tax cuts because THEY didn't want to vote on it before fall break. It would mess up all their campaign literature and commercials blaming the Democrats for the "largest tax increase in history" nevermind that it was the Republicans that put in the expiration date for the tax cuts.
Yes, but obama keeps signing them! go china!!!!
mehen

Winchester, KY

#62938 Nov 13, 2012
Enigma wrote:
What idiots don't get, is that the super rich will still be rich after all is said & done.
OK, so then why worry about them being uber rich, or richer?
Enigma wrote:
The rest of us.....ALL the rest of us... the middle class, the lower middle class....and the poor......we will ALL be in the SAME boat.
OK, so we're all in the same boat because the middles class is shrinking while the upper and lower classes are growing disproportionately because there are more with fewer resources and fewer with more resources.
Enigma wrote:
Problem is.....no one will have a paddle, after awhile.
your first statement contradicts this statement. you claimed the rich would continue to get richer.
Enigma wrote:
It does no good to drag everyone down to the same level because ....then, no one is left to help you out.
but you stated that the richer would continue to get rich. this doesn't make logical sense because you're now claiming everyone would be at the same level. if this is true then wouldn't resources be distributed more equitably, or should the poor be deprived of what god gives freely to everyone?
Enigma wrote:
That way, anything at all can & will be dictated to us. Which is the whole point.
but if the rich have all the resources and the poor have little to none, aren't they going to be dictating who gets what and in what proportion; especially if that society becomes a oligarchy?
American Lady

Danville, KY

#62939 Nov 13, 2012
Enigma wrote:
How about that song of Bruce hornsby's called "the Way it is".
You know...."standing in line waitin for the welfare dime...cause they can't find a job...etc etc.
Just for You E :)
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“Not in the $#IT Business!”

Since: Nov 12

Indianapolis, IN

#62940 Nov 13, 2012
Here is a link to "Wood" county, Ohio = 108%

http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publicat...

This is how we cut through Dem-Dribble Bull $#IT!

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#62941 Nov 13, 2012
Country Fried Infidel wrote:
<quoted text>
Democrats won by rigging the highest population centers. How else would you explain a state like Ohio where 88 counties total and Obama wins 16 and then wins the state? Of the Counties that make up the United States some had more Obama votes than were actually registered to vote! 112% is pretty damned suspicious to me!
How did Obama do in Kentucky?
Kentucky is insignificant and so are the other southern states. They are just welfare states that depend on the working states to keep them up!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#62942 Nov 13, 2012
gnadir

Winchester, KY

#62943 Nov 13, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Congress makeup of Bush
When President Bush took office, the Senate was split 50-50 between the Democrats and Republicans. With VP Cheney's tiebreaking vote, the Republicans controlled the Senate until Senator Jim Jeffords from Vermont switched from a Republican to an Independent in June 2001 and sided with the Democrats, which controlled that Chamber until November, 2002.
The following is cut and pasted from the official Senate website http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/history/one_... :
106th Congress (1999-2001)
Majority Party: Republican (55 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (45 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100
Note: As the 106th Congress began, the division was 55 Republican seats and 45 Democratic seats, but this changed to 54-45 on July 13, 1999 when Senator Bob Smith of New Hampshire switched from the Republican party to Independent status. On November 1, 1999, Smith announced his return to the Republican party, making the division once more 55 Republicans and 45 Democrats. Following the death of Senator Paul Coverdell (R-GA) on July 18, 2000, the balance shifted again, to 54 Republicans and 46 Democrats, when the governor appointed Zell Miller, a Democrat, to fill the vacancy.
but why leave out the house of representatives?

republicans held a majority in the 106 congressional house

republicans held a majority in the 107 congressional house

republicans held a majority in the 108 congressional house

republicans held a majority in the 109 congressional house

democrats held a majority in the 110 congressional house

democrats held a majority in the 111 congressional house

republicans held a majority in the 112 congressional house

republicans hold a majority in the 113 congressional house
American Lady

Danville, KY

#62944 Nov 13, 2012
I Who Have Nothing
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American Lady

Danville, KY

#62945 Nov 13, 2012
SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME
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Enigma

Elizabethtown, KY

#62946 Nov 13, 2012
So did you guys hear about the woman who ran over her husband with their SUV because he wouldn't go vote? Sure did. She pinned him under the truck against a curb. He's in critical condition.
How's that for stating your seriousness of voting? Nuts huh!! Wow.

Tell that nut who posted a reply to me to go get some ready comprehension skills.
I said the rich will STAY rich. Didn't say they'd get richer. Heck they'll just move to another country probably. Read much? Waaahaha!
naddred

Winchester, KY

#62947 Nov 13, 2012
American Lady wrote:
Congress makeup of Bush
When President Bush took office, the Senate was split 50-50 between the Democrats and Republicans. With VP Cheney's tiebreaking vote, the Republicans controlled the Senate until Senator Jim Jeffords from Vermont switched from a Republican to an Independent in June 2001 and sided with the Democrats, which controlled that Chamber until November, 2002.
The following is cut and pasted from the official Senate website http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/history/one_... :
106th Congress (1999-2001)
Majority Party: Republican (55 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (45 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100
Note: As the 106th Congress began, the division was 55 Republican seats and 45 Democratic seats, but this changed to 54-45 on July 13, 1999 when Senator Bob Smith of New Hampshire switched from the Republican party to Independent status. On November 1, 1999, Smith announced his return to the Republican party, making the division once more 55 Republicans and 45 Democrats. Following the death of Senator Paul Coverdell (R-GA) on July 18, 2000, the balance shifted again, to 54 Republicans and 46 Democrats, when the governor appointed Zell Miller, a Democrat, to fill the vacancy.
107th Congress (2001-2003)
Majority Party (Jan 3-20, 2001): Democrat (50 seats)
Minority Party: Republican (50 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100
Majority Party (Jan 20-June 6, 2001): Republican (50 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (50 seats)
Other Parties: 0
Total Seats: 100
Majority Party (June 6, 2001-November 12, 2002 --): Democrat (50 seats)
Minority Party: Republican (49 seats)
Other Parties: 1
Total Seats: 100
Majority Party (November 12, 2002 - January 3, 2003): Republican (50 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (48 seats)
Other Parties: 2
Total Seats: 100
Note: From January 3 to January 20, 2001, with the Senate divided evenly between the two parties, the Democrats held the majority due to the deciding vote of outgoing Democratic Vice President Al Gore. Senator Thomas A. Daschle served as majority leader at that time. Beginning on January 20, 2001, Republican Vice President Richard Cheney held the deciding vote, giving the majority to the Republicans. Senator Trent Lott resumed his position as majority leader on that date. On May 24, 2001, Senator James Jeffords of Vermont announced his switch from Republican to Independent status, effective June 6, 2001. Jeffords announced that he would caucus with the Democrats, giving the Democrats a one-seat advantage, changing control of the Senate from the Republicans back to the Democrats. Senator Thomas A. Daschle again became majority leader on June 6, 2001. Senator Paul D. Wellstone (D-MN) died on October 25, 2002, and Independent Dean Barkley was appointed to fill the vacancy. The November 5, 2002 election brought to office elected Senator James Talent (R-MO), replacing appointed Senator Jean Carnahan (D-MO), shifting balance once again to the Republicans -- but no reorganization was completed at that time since the Senate was out of session.
108th Congress (2003-2005)
Majority Party: Republican (51 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (48 seats)
Other Parties: Independent (1 seat)
Total Seats: 100
109th Congress (2005-2007)
Majority Party: Republican (55 seats)
Minority Party: Democrat (44 seats)
Other Parties: Independent (1 seat)
Total Seats: 100
110th Congress (2007-2009)
Majority Party: Democrat (49 seats)
Minority Party: Republican (49 seats)
Other Parties: 1Independent; 1 Independent Democrat
Total Seats: 100
Note:Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut was reelected in 2006 as an independent candidate, and became an Independent Democrat. Senator Bernard Sanders of Vermont was elected as an Independent.
http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/history/one_...
so you see dear?

the republicans have been in control the majority of the time over the last 16+ yrs and what a mess it's created

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#62949 Nov 13, 2012
Country Fried Infidel wrote:
<quoted text>
Democrats won by rigging the highest population centers. How else would you explain a state like Ohio where 88 counties total and Obama wins 16 and then wins the state? Of the Counties that make up the United States some had more Obama votes than were actually registered to vote! 112% is pretty damned suspicious to me!
How did Obama do in Kentucky?
SOUTHERN STATES PARTICIPATE MOST IN SOCIAL WELFARE PROGRAMS
A greater flow of government benefits to their residents, states in the South and in the western portion of the Sun Belt have seen their dependence on government welfare programs rise the most. States such as Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, Arizona, New Mexico and Tennessee possess many counties with a high level of dependence on government benefits; some counties have a level of transfer income per capita of over $10,000
Michigander

Ann Arbor, MI

#62950 Nov 13, 2012
Good Job Libs!!! Hows that hope and change working out for you?

GO TEXAS!!!!!!

Roughly 77,000 people have signed a petition calling on the White House to allow his state to secede from the Union

The Texas petition on the White House “We the People” site has received more than triple the 25,000 signatures required to trigger a response from the Obama administration.

A petition from Louisiana has also passed the goal and now has more than 29,000 signers.

Petitions from North Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, and Georgia were creeping close with more than 20,000 signatures apiece.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/sece...
Michigander

Ann Arbor, MI

#62951 Nov 13, 2012
naddred wrote:
<quoted text>so you see dear?
the republicans have been in control the majority of the time over the last 16+ yrs and what a mess it's created
Otay butt wheat! wat eber u say butt wheat!
OBAMIES ZOMBIES

Los Angeles, CA

#62952 Nov 13, 2012
Enigma wrote:
<quoted text>Nearly 50% of Americans are so accoustomed to someone doing their thinking FOR them...they have forgotten HOW to think for themselves at all. They buy into anything they are told. Hook line & sinker. It is easy for the Liberal fish to get hooked on someone else telling them every single thing all through their stupid lives. Most of these people do not have a connection to God, which also makes them easier to lead. They are like lambs following the leader to slaughter. Oblivious to the world around them & their own individual inner being.
Lost. Plain ole lost.
More regulations, less freedom! This is not Americans ...this is most illegals asking for amnesty, blacks because of Obama and people disrespectful towards this country. This is not TRADITIONAL America ...and that's sad!!!!!

People are stupid. Didn't they see what happened when you depend on government...eventually, government will have to take it back. You're use to it and than what????? GREECE!!!!!

WELCOME TO OBAMA'S SOCIALIST AMERICA!!!!!

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