'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

Oct 1, 2010 | Posted by: Top Mod2 | Full story: thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com

"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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American Lady

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NRA Reacts to Signing of UN Arms Trade Treaty: Blatant Attack on Constitutional Rights

“The Obama administration is once again demonstrating its contempt for our fundamental, individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms,” Executive Director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action Chris W. Cox said.“This treaty threatens individual firearm ownership with an invasive registration scheme. The NRA will continue working with the United States Senate to oppose ratification of the ATT.”

Keep in mind, the treaty isn't about weapons "of war" as the UN wants us all to believe, but instead covers "small are and light weapons," which means firearms owned by U.S. citizens are fair game. More from the NRA:

Notably, the ATT includes "small arms and light weapons" within its scope, which covers firearms owned by law-abiding citizens. Further, the treaty urges recordkeeping of end users, directing importing countries to provide information to an exporting country regarding arms transfers, including “end use or end user documentation” for a “minimum of ten years.” Each country is to “take measures, pursuant to its national laws, to regulate brokering taking place under its jurisdiction for conventional arms.” Data kept on the end users of imported firearms is a de-facto registry of law-abiding firearms owners, which is a violation of federal law. Even worse, the ATT could be construed to require such a registry to be made available to foreign governments.

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/201...

NRA

After being granted a charter by the state of New York on November 17, 1871, the NRA was founded. Civil War Gen. Ambrose Burnside, who was also the former governor of Rhode Island and a U.S. Senator, became the fledgling NRA's first president.

An important facet of the NRA's creation was the development of a practice ground. In 1872, with financial help from New York state, a site on Long Island, the Creed Farm, was purchased for the purpose of building a rifle range. Named Creedmoor, the range opened a year later, and it was there that the first annual matches were held.

Political opposition to the promotion of marksmanship in New York forced the NRA to find a new home for its range. In 1892, Creedmoor was deeded back to the state and NRA's matches moved to Sea Girt, New Jersey.

http://www.nrahq.org/history.asp

NRA - November 17, 1871 <<--<<<

Been around a heluva LOT longer than 'the truth about guns'

I tend to go with their version

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<quoted text>Ky connect is running just fine, as is the rest of the States that set up their own exchanges(15). Even so, people can call to sign up or find a retail store. In the quest for smaller government ie less funding, things have been contracted to private sector companies. Instead of the FBI handling security clearance matters, it's been given to a company. Which has lead to someone like Snowden, not being rejected for top secret clearance.
LMAO!!! I do not dispute the fact that KY is running just fine, we are a very intelligent bunch of people, after all most of KY has always been on the handout and they are very resorseful in keeping it that way.
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NRA - November 17, 1871 <<--<<<
Been around a heluva LOT longer than 'the truth about guns'
I tend to go with their version
)8~D>
Cut all your NRA propaganda and repeat.......

For 5 years you have been told Obama is gonna knock on your door and take your guns.
And for 5 years gun manufacturers have enjoyed record profits
How does it feel to be played for suckers?

lmao@you SUCKERS!!!!!

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH THE WITCH
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Nearly every other type of product has standards for international trade, from crude oil to alarm clocks. Firearms are the exception, and you think that they should continue to do so? Are you in favor of groups like the somolia pirates, warlords in Africa, terroists groups, and drug cartels be unhindered at all for guns? The treaty is about trade, and beside that the UN has no authority to take our guns away. For example, let's say we want the world to adopt our 2nd amendment. Japan, who has strict gun laws, could no more be forced to change that than any other soverign nation. I do give you props for providing a source link, instead of a blog. However, I'm not sure if you REALLY researched the information.
William F Buckley Jr, founder of the National Review, was skilled in the art of debate. He used facts to support his arguments, not narrative. I feel that is what is sorely missing from the conservative side, and would be a vast improvement over what we have today.
I "don't CARE" about ANY Nation
EXCEPT THE US!

That's where "I" 'live'...
WHERE I'm a CITIZEN of ...
That's WHO I am *Patriotic* to!

Our "right to bear ARMS"
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what makes US 'exceptional'...

)8~D>

U.S. Gun Rights Truly Are American Exceptionalism
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-07/u-s-...

Jack Frost

This commie hack would be clawing half-rotten potatoes out of the frozen ground with her bare hands if she was able to live in one of the dozens of "workers paradises" she no doubt wishes she could help transform America into. We'll keep our guns, ma'am and you can just shut the **** up!
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Rephrase THAT ...
I CARE about *Israel* TOO!

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NRA Reacts to Signing of UN Arms Trade Treaty: Blatant Attack on Constitutional Rights

“The Obama administration is once again demonstrating its contempt for our fundamental, individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms,” Executive Director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action Chris W. Cox said.“This treaty threatens individual firearm ownership with an invasive registration scheme. The NRA will continue working with the United States Senate to oppose ratification of the ATT.”

Keep in mind, the treaty isn't about weapons "of war" as the UN wants us all to believe, but instead covers "small are and light weapons," which means firearms owned by U.S. citizens are fair game. More from the NRA:

Notably, the ATT includes "small arms and light weapons" within its scope, which covers firearms owned by law-abiding citizens. Further, the treaty urges recordkeeping of end users, directing importing countries to provide information to an exporting country regarding arms transfers, including “end use or end user documentation” for a “minimum of ten years.” Each country is to “take measures, pursuant to its national laws, to regulate brokering taking place under its jurisdiction for conventional arms.” Data kept on the end users of imported firearms is a de-facto registry of law-abiding firearms owners, which is a violation of federal law. Even worse, the ATT could be construed to require such a registry to be made available to foreign governments.

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/201...

NRA

After being granted a charter by the state of New York on November 17, 1871, the NRA was founded. Civil War Gen. Ambrose Burnside, who was also the former governor of Rhode Island and a U.S. Senator, became the fledgling NRA's first president.

An important facet of the NRA's creation was the development of a practice ground. In 1872, with financial help from New York state, a site on Long Island, the Creed Farm, was purchased for the purpose of building a rifle range. Named Creedmoor, the range opened a year later, and it was there that the first annual matches were held.

Political opposition to the promotion of marksmanship in New York forced the NRA to find a new home for its range. In 1892, Creedmoor was deeded back to the state and NRA's matches moved to Sea Girt, New Jersey.

http://www.nrahq.org/history.asp

NRA - November 17, 1871 <<--<<<

Been around a heluva LOT longer than 'the truth about guns'

I tend to go with their version

)8~D>
How about proving it and post what you say is true from a .gov site to back it up instead of some goofy rightwing sites for the stupid! But you can't can you? Research os too much work for a lazy check drawing republican.

Because you're a dishonest dumbass.

:-D

Facts get you every time don't they imbecile?
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Keep trying loser CONS, she isn't going anywhere. You repukes are just so scared of it's success and will grasp at anything. Get ready, it will be a success just in time for the new budget talks and definitely by election time. LOSERS

Sebelius Stands Firm Despite Calls to Resign

WASHINGTON — Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of health and human services, has no intention of bowing to Republican demands that she resign after the troubled rollout of President Obama’s health care law, people close to her said Wednesday. And the White House expressed “full confidence” in her.

In the last week, Senator Pat Roberts, Republican of Kansas, a longtime friend of the Sebelius family, said she should take responsibility for the technical problems that have thwarted millions of people eager to buy insurance through the federal exchange that opened on Oct. 1. He accused Ms. Sebelius of “gross incompetence,” saying,“We need new leadership.”

Representative John Fleming, Republican of Louisiana, said Ms. Sebelius should resign or be fired.“Taxpayers should not have to tolerate this kind of waste and incompetence,” he said.

But in an interview, Ms. Sebelius’s older brother, Donald D. Gilligan, said,“I don’t think you resign in the middle of a fight.”

Moreover, Mr. Gilligan said:“The fact that people are calling for her head does not surprise her or alarm her particularly. People have been calling for her head for a long time, and it’s still there. I don’t think that fazes her much.”

Mr. Gilligan said Ms. Sebelius was “just digging in on a daily basis and trying to figure out how to fix” the problems that have riddled the insurance exchange.

The secretary’s sister, Ellen M. Gilligan, said,“To my knowledge, she is not going to resign,” despite the “wishful thinking” of some Republicans.

“She serves at the pleasure of the president,” she said.“If the president decides that it is her responsibility and that she is ultimately responsible for the failure of the exchanges, then, of course, she will resign.”

But Ms. Gilligan said that was unlikely.

“The White House is smart enough to know that if she steps aside or they ask her to resign, they will never get anybody else confirmed,” Ms. Gilligan said.“Plus, I don’t think they hold her responsible.”

Discussing the new online insurance market during a visit to Cincinnati on Wednesday, Ms. Sebelius acknowledged the problems with the exchanges, but said that fixes were in the works.

“I am the first to admit that the launch was rockier than we would have liked,” she said. But after two weeks, she added,“there are vast improvements,” and people who were frustrated should “come back” and try again.

Some consumers who did so said they were still unable to log in and shop for insurance on Wednesday.

Mr. Roberts was one of nine Republican senators who voted to confirm Ms. Sebelius in 2009. From 1969 to 1980, he was an aide to her father-in-law, Keith Sebelius, a Republican who represented western Kansas in the United States House of Representatives.

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<quoted text>Ky connect is running just fine, as is the rest of the States that set up their own exchanges(15). Even so, people can call to sign up or find a retail store. In the quest for smaller government ie less funding, things have been contracted to private sector companies. Instead of the FBI handling security clearance matters, it's been given to a company. Which has lead to someone like Snowden, not being rejected for top secret clearance.
LMAO!!! Have you noticed the population increase in KY over the last five years? People of KY are not stupid, we can see the disaster on the horizon.
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Robert Gibbs, the former White House press secretary, said Monday on MSNBC that the debut of the insurance exchange had been “bungled badly” and had been “excruciatingly embarrassing for the White House and for the Department of Health and Human Services.” After the problems are fixed, he said,“I hope they fire some people.”

But Jay Carney, the current White House press secretary, said Ms. Sebelius had “the full confidence of the president.”

For months, Ms. Sebelius had been projecting optimism and confidence about the exchange, built by her department, with help from dozens of contractors.“I think we’re on target,” she said in a television interview in July, adding,“We are on track to flip the switch on Oct. 1 and say to people come on and sign up.”

A new study by a market research company suggests that traffic on the federal Web site has decreased since Oct. 1 and that relatively few people have signed up for health plans.

The number of visitors to the Web site declined to 4.1 million in the second week, from 9.5 million in the first week, said Matthew A. Pace, a vice president of the company, Millward Brown Digital, a unit of WPP, a holding company for advertising and market research agencies.

In the first week, he said, 196,000 people began to enroll, and 36,000 completed the process. In the second week, he estimated, 368,000 began enrollment, and 47,000 finished the process.
The Obama administration has not yet disclosed enrollment data.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/17/us/politics...

It's a success in KENTUCKY. Gotta love that Dem Governor, taking care of his people.

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republiCONS

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republiCONS wrote:
Way to show the country how it is don Gov Beshear
Obamacare Is Winning in Kentucky, Thanks to Steve Beshear
Kentucky, a bastion of anti-government ire, is the top state for Obamacare enrollment. Jonathan Miller on the governor responsible for the unlikely red-state enthusiasm.
Politics in my old Kentucky home has, for centuries, been awash in irreconcilable contradictions.
We stuck with the Union in favor of our favorite son, Lincoln, but then joined in common cause with the Confederacy after the Civil War had ended. A century later, we boasted some of the nation’s most progressive civil rights laws; yet, to this date, we still feature many of America’s most segregated societies. And while Kentucky’s been one of the largest beneficiaries of the New Deal/Great Society welfare state, the dominant strain in our politics remains a fierce anti-government, anti-tax worldview.
Kentucky’s perplexing and hypocritical aversion to big government has been exploited brilliantly by our senior senator Mitch McConnell, who’s capitalized on our cultural resentment of elite interference to transform the Bluegrass State into a deep-red citadel in federal elections. More recently, our junior senator Rand Paul catapulted McConnell’s vision much further than Mitch intended, placing Kentucky in the crosshairs of the Tea Party revolution. But while these two political icons and their surrogates clash over the depth of government slashing, they’ve been steadfastly united behind one common vision: the defeat, and, more recently, the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
It’s no coincidence then that Obamacare is beginning to expose the political fault line that divides the two Kentuckys. The GOP’s effective—and quite misleading—messaging plays into the anti-establishment populace’s greatest fears about out-of-control outside interference: the myth of a government-run-health-care system, engineered by a President with socialist tendencies (and whose skin pigmentation and exotic name frankly heighten popular anxiety in some of the nation’s least educated counties). And yet, when you wade through the propaganda and understand the law’s true impact, Kentucky needs the Affordable Care Act…desperately. It’s a state consistently ranked near the bottom of nearly every national health survey, where one out of every six citizens remains uninsured.
With our long-standing tradition of timid politicians fearful of incurring the wrath of the anti-government mobs, it wouldn’t have been surprising to see Kentucky join much of Red America and reject both Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion to the working poor, as well as its option of establishing a state-run health benefit exchange to provide affordable health care to the remaining uninsured.
But in a delicious irony, Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul’s home state may ultimately serve as the proving ground of Obamacare’s success. That’s due to the political chutzpah of one man: Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear.
Over the past several months, Beshear used his broad executive powers to bypass resistance from the GOP-controlled state Senate to ensure that the Commonwealth is the only Southern state that both expanded its Medicaid rolls and opened up a health benefit exchange, providing access to affordable health care to our more than 640,000 uninsured citizens. And while the federal launch of the program has been plagued with technical difficulties, Kentucky’s experience has been exemplary: In its first day, 10,766 applications for health coverage were initiated, 6,909 completed and 2,989 families were enrolled. Obama himself bragged that Kentucky led the nation with its glitch-minimized performance.
It would be hyperbolic to crown Steve Beshear as a profile in courage. The Governor’s second and final term expires in two years, and he’s made clear that this is his last political hurrah.
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<quoted text>Now sweetheart, I posed a question. I did not post spin trying to masquerade as facts.
God bless you.
They can't answer questions, that entails having to do research.

That one is nothing but a copy and paste whore. Not an original thought in her head. If you challenge her with facts she makes up an excuse and runs as she calls herself a patriot.

I think it's the crack that's ate her brain up. And the Jose she guzzles by the 5th.
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However, Beshear is keenly interested in the political prospects of his son Andy—the betting favorite in the 2015 race for Attorney General—and he understands that even a tangential connection to the unpopular Obama carries a heavy political burden. Furthermore, the Governor isn’t quietly going about the business of administering the new law: Beshear has been gleefully poking the eye of the Tea Party beast — and its subservient U.S. Senators—and channeling Harry Truman in the national media circuit: In a recent New York Times op-ed, Beshear crowed:“[T]o those more worried about political power than Kentucky’s families, I say,‘Get over it’…and get out of the way so I can help my people. Here in Kentucky, we cannot afford to waste another day or another life.”
The issue indeed is quite personal to the Governor. As he explained to me this week,“[These] are not political decisions. They are moral decisions…Taking these steps will mean that, for the first time, every single Kentuckian will have access to affordable health care. Over the next generation, this will change the course of Kentucky’s history.”
Some full disclosure: I ran against Beshear in the 2007 gubernatorial primary, dropped out and endorsed him; and then he punished me by appointing me as his Finance Secretary during the worst global financial calamity of our lifetime.
But it was in the midst of that crisis that I was able to take true measure of the man. The Great Recession denied Beshear’s dream of enacting resource-intensive, transformative educational programs to lift the Commonwealth out of its competitive ditch, while his proposals to create new revenue were thwarted until very recently by the spread of MHV (the McConnell Hyperpartisanship Virus) from Washington to Frankfort.
So now, a Governor who has thus far failed to pass his signature policy initiative—to expand gaming at Kentucky race tracks in order to fund educational progress—has gone all-in on Obamacare. Bringing affordable health care to hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians could prove to be Beshear’s enduring legacy for the Bluegrass State.
Beshear’s moxie, moreover, could produce an even a broader political impact. Some wags have speculated that the Governor’s outspoken support of Obamacare could help McConnell politically, by weakening his 2014 Senate challenger, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, who’s been careful to distance herself from the President and his health care law. Indeed, McConnell and Paul have pounced on Beshear’s advocacy, writing a rare joint op-ed entitled “Kentuckians Not Buying Obamacare.”
But they are buying Obamacare. Literally. And many, many more will, as uninsured Kentuckians learn more about their benefits during the program’s grassroots educational rollout, and as popular disgust grows with the shutdown and default tactics of Obamacare’s most vocal critics.
So by the time of next November’s general election, McConnell’s most potent rhetorical weapon—an assault on Obamacare—may have lost much of its firepower.
Even more significantly, Beshear’s example could potentially shake up national politics, by paving a new, economically populist path for more red state politicians—particularly those who represent economically disadvantaged areas where the federal safety net serves as an integral thread in society’s fabric. Social wedge issues will always present a problem for progressives in places like Kentucky. But Steve Beshear’s healthy recipe might prove the elixir for the hype-fueled Tea Party brew that’s convinced many poor, rural Americans to vote against their own economic interests.
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American Lady wrote:
I "don't CARE" about ANY Nation
EXCEPT THE US!

That's where "I" 'live'...
WHERE I'm a CITIZEN of ...
That's WHO I am *Patriotic* to!

Our "right to bear ARMS"
IS
what makes US 'exceptional'...

)8~D>

U.S. Gun Rights Truly Are American Exceptionalism
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-07/u-s-...

Jack Frost

This commie hack would be clawing half-rotten potatoes out of the frozen ground with her bare hands if she was able to live in one of the dozens of "workers paradises" she no doubt wishes she could help transform America into. We'll keep our guns, ma'am and you can just shut the **** up!
You're an idiot LMAO

and very very weak.

I completely understand why you're alone. And it's NOT by your choice.

:-D who would ever date an ignorant crazy unstable idiot who believes such crazy shit from the Internet without looking into it to make sure it was true?

No one dates stupid..... You've cornered the market on stupid.
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Alan Grayson RIPS Tea Party “Largest Suicide Pact In History”(VIDEO)

Democratic Representative Alan Grayson (FL), has been on a roll lately, emerging as a leading voice against GOP obstructionism and ripping Tea Party politicians and their tactics. During a heated exchange on the House floor last week, Rep. Grayson was silenced for comparing the popularity of congress to ”dog poop.”

On Friday, he took to the airwaves on MSNBC’s Politics Nation with Al Sharpton. Railing about the increasingly desperate tactics employed by the Tea Party (the recent Tea Party-led government shut-down is estimated by Standards & Poor’s to have cost the U.S. economy 24 Billion dollars), Rep. Grayson let loose when asked by Rev. Sharpton if President Obama had the Tea Party “on the ropes,”

“…I think that ordinary Americans are with the President, I think they’re appalled by the Tea Party’s tactics where they come to the President and the Congress and say,‘if you don’t let us steal your car then we’re going to burn down your house.’ They’re appalled by the way the Tea Party cheered on the shutting down of the government - cheered on that we put our credit at risk for generations to come - and they’re appalled by the enormous expense, the fact that this Tea Party shutdown ended up costing America $24 billion dollars – that’s almost $100.00 for every man, woman and child in this country… they want their money back… at this point the tea Party is no more popular than the (Klu Klux) Klan.”

Continuing his attack further, he listed a host of domestic issues that the Tea Party has offered no solutions for, saying;

“…(the Tea Party) simply want to bring about the end of days as quickly as possible – that is the ultimate Tea Party Republican desire – to bring about the end of days. The Republican Party has become the largest suicide pact in history…”

He also blasted House Speaker John Boehner for his inability to harness his caucus and allowing the shutdown, saying he has become the “short order cook for the far-right wing;”

“…would you like some French fries or cheese with that?”

Ouch.

Go visit End The Lunacy and get involved.

Watch via MSNBC’s Politics Nation:

http://www.theeverlastinggopstoppers.com/2013...

‘At this point the Tea Party is no more popular than the klan’

Yep, teabagging CONS own racism.

bye, bye

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How about proving it and post what you say is true from a .gov site to back it up instead of some goofy rightwing sites for the stupid! But you can't can you? Research os too much work for a lazy check drawing republican.
Because you're a dishonest dumbass.
:-D
Facts get you every time don't they imbecile?
LMAO!!! Are you telling us that the government is the only site you will trust!!! Oh, my God!!! You really are stupid!!! " We have to pass this bill before we know what is in it!!!!! You got to be shitting me!!!!
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You're an idiot LMAO
and very very weak.
I completely understand why you're alone. And it's NOT by your choice.
:-D who would ever date an ignorant crazy unstable idiot who believes such crazy shit from the Internet without looking into it to make sure it was true?
No one dates stupid..... You've cornered the market on stupid.
haha, you are right, that's why she chugs that Jose'

You can't fix stupid , but you can sedate it

haha

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Ex-Secret Service Agent Blasts Obama
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[ex-agent]Daniel Bongino is a candidate for Maryland’s 6th Congressional District.
Mr. President,
In one of your famous #Obamacare speeches you stated,“If you like your plan, you can keep your plan.”
Well, as evidenced by the below letter, which my wife and I just received, you lied.
We did “like our plan” and were informed in this letter that our plan will no longer exist and we will be forced to purchase a new plan, from a website which doesn’t work, for a higher monthly premium, for services we don’t want.
Now, I know I am not one of your connected cronies and insiders, who were all given waivers from this disastrous piece of legislation. I was just one of the Secret Service agents who put my ass on the line for you every day, but I was still praying that given our middle-class existence, operating a small-business, that your “fundamental transformation” of America would have stayed out of our home. Apparently that is not the case as my public battle against your disastrous presidency has just become personal.
Regards,
Dan
http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield/ex-s...
Oh well. He's somebody.
You're NOT ...
Just a libTARD shill
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Funny, the letter he talks about is missing.
Just saying.:-P
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Hey, Uncle Turd!!! How does it feel to know you and the USSC has gutted the Naturalization process!!!!! Good work, Scooter!!!

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<quoted text>LMAO!!! I do not dispute the fact that KY is running just fine, we are a very intelligent bunch of people, after all most of KY has always been on the handout and they are very resorseful in keeping it that way.
Got any sources to back that up, or is that just what you see from observing your family and friends?
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Typical CONS:

NC governor's new bathroom cost taxpayers $19,000
Did someone say "government waste?" Sometimes the jokes just write themselves, don't they? The fine taxpayers of North Carolina just paid $19,000 for renovations to the governor's bathroom because of a "bad smell." (Guys, haven't you heard of Glade plug-ins?) Pat McCrory's private restroom was given a new coat of paint, new tile and other repairs that — as his spokesperson Kim Genardo pointed out — weren't taken care of by his predecessor. "[The] pungent odor seeped into the governor's office, which made it an embarrassment to host company CEOs and guests at the State Capitol," Genardo told the Associated Press.

http://now.msn.com/pat-mccrory-north-carolina...

hahaha, typical repuke justification for wasting taxpayers money

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH

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