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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 256414 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

#132118 Oct 29, 2013
Of course our very own teabagger idiot GRANDrand showing what a dumbass he is all over the news media (makes for great late night comedy), like people don't check this shit out. Gee, teabagging CONS are dumb.

Rand Paul lifted his antiabortion speech from the Wikipedia page for a science fiction movie

Rand borrowed liberally from the entry for the mid-90s flop "Gattaca" while denouncing abortion rights VIDEO

Rand Paul was in Virginia on Monday to support Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinnelli, who lately has been trying to boost his campaign efforts by bringing in B squad members of the anti-abortion movement — like Jim Bob Duggar and Rick Santorum — to stump for him.

Addressing a crowd at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University, Paul compared people who support abortion rights to the autocratic villains in “Gattaca,” a little-watched dystopian thriller from the mid-90s.“In your lifetime, much of your potential — or lack thereof — can be known simply by swabbing the inside of your cheek,” Paul said to the crowd.“Are we prepared to select out the imperfect among us?”

But Paul didn’t just use the movie to frame his bogus remarks about abortion, he lifted them almost entirely from the film’s Wikipedia page, as Rachel Maddow pointed out on Monday night.

“Seriously, that’s the argument: people who are pro-choice want to start practicing Nazi-style eugenics in America,” Maddow said.“Or, at least,“Gattaca”-style eugenics. So therefore, vote for Ken Cuccinelli.”

http://www.salon.com/2013/10/29/rand_paul_lif...

hahaha stealing from Wikipedia: PRICELESS

RIP TEABAGGER GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
Jay

Springville, TN

#132119 Oct 29, 2013
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
No way, no how ...
Try and try again ..
They can't keep this people because Obamacare rules and regulations and they are canceled as of December 31, 2013. Why now and not before? Are you that clueless? Even Democrats can't defend this one.
You can't keep your insurance and you can't keep your doctor ...PERIOD...
Obama lied....PERIOD...
How all this insurance companies will benefit for canceling hundred of thousands their clients ???
You are out of your mind.
**********

All these people, many liberal talking heads are in agreement that Obozocare is going to cost more for millions of Americans. Any time they tell you something is "better" it costs more. Anybody over 12 should know that - except for dimwit democrats!
wtf

Glasgow, KY

#132120 Oct 29, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey RC Co-Cola! That definition fits them to a "T"!
I'm out too, as soon as I read your articles. I'll catch up tomorrow on all the spinning and backpedaling they'll do, now that the gutless wonder has outed the dumchit.
Dream sweet, and I'll see you tomorrow.
Too many facts for ya? Can't debate any of those facts? Tucking your tail and running away again? LMAO Run old OLD crow, run. Check back in tomorrow and see if we are talking about something you are able to distort with the race card or the Bush crutch. Imbecile!

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#132121 Oct 29, 2013
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
No way, no how ...
Try and try again ..
They can't keep this people because Obamacare rules and regulations and they are canceled as of December 31, 2013. Why now and not before? Are you that clueless? Even Democrats can't defend this one.
You can't keep your insurance and you can't keep your doctor ...PERIOD...
Obama lied....PERIOD...
How all this insurance companies will benefit for canceling hundred of thousands their clients ???
You are out of your mind.
What rules and regulations, exactly? You're saying that one of the highest grossing industries in the country can't modify policies to meet government requirements? Health insurance is a racket, has been for decades, and now that some regulations are being placed on them, the greedy SOB's are screeching like howler monkeys. They scam us out of billions each year, but they can't afford to maintain existing policies? Horse apples.

Your boy gutless says the insurance companies love the ACA, but you're saying they don't? You guys should get your stories straight. Check in with Beck and Hannity...they'll tell you what you're supposed to think.
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#132122 Oct 29, 2013
What a JOKE....

Tea Party Activists Praise Ted Cruz As The New Jesus Christ

In a scary mix of right-wing extremism and religious zeal, conservatives in Iowa compared Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz to Jesus Christ during a GOP event on Friday.

Conservatives compared Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz to Jesus Christ.

In front of the few hundred souls in the audience, the right-wing Christian activist Steve Scheffler praised Cruz for shutting down the government. He thanked God for the Canadian-born Texas senator and claimed Cruz and the Tea Party were being “crucified for their belief system,” just like Jesus Christ. The remarks drew shouts of “amen” from many in the crowd and proved that the GOP has been conquered by religious insanity.

According to Buzzfeed, one Iowa GOP operative called Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz a “superhero” complete with a bit of gun rhetoric.“Every time one of these guys attacks him, it’s good for him,” the operative exclaimed.“He’s like a superhero. The more bullets that get shot at him, the bigger and stronger he gets.”

Cruz took the stage and continued spouting biblical references while blasting the president and Obamacare.

But that wasn’t all. When Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz took the stage at the annual Reagan fundraising event, the biblical references didn’t end. Cruz said that the Tea Party is like David battling an army of Goliaths. The “Goliaths,” Cruz contends, include the media and President Obama. He accused Obama of being “intent on violating every constitutional protection.”

Of course, Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz’ rhetoric has no basis in fact. His obsession during his time as a senator has been on dismantling the Affordable Care Act. As we all know, the conservative-leaning Supreme Court ruled the health care law constitutional. Yet, Cruz still crusades against it. He urged House Republicans to shut down the US government, and they did. Then he urged Tea Party Republicans to drag the nation to the brink of a debt ceiling crisis. He even convened a secret meeting with them to cheer them on. Holding America hostage destroyed the GOP’s credibility and the party’s poll numbers tanked to all-time lows. Because of Cruz, Democrats are now poised to take back the House in 2014.

Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz says the GOP loses elections because they aren’t conservative enough.

This disaster for the GOP hasn’t swayed Cruz to change his ways. He has vowed to shut down the government again this winter and he told his audience in Iowa that Republicans have been losing elections because they aren’t conservative enough. Buzzfeed reports:

“He went on to lay out an alternative history of the past seven years of American politics, arguing that Republicans lost in 2006, 2008, and 2012 because they followed the “prevailing wisdom in Washington… keep your head down, don’t rock the boat, don’t stand for much of anything.”

“I gotta say, if you took every Washington strategist and dumped them in the ocean, you know you’d call it? A good start,” he joked.”

Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz should re-think his strategy because a poll shows him being crushed in 2016

Cruz should probably re-think his political strategy, especially in light of a recent poll that shows him being crushed by Hillary Clinton.

According to the poll, if Cruz were to become the GOP presidential nominee, Clinton would destroy him by 23 points. Cruz isn’t even popular among Republicans. When asked who they want as their candidate, most Republican voters picked Rand Paul while Cruz tied for dead last.

CONtinued:

HILLARY 2016

RIP TEABAGGER GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#132123 Oct 29, 2013
CONtinued:

Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz isn’t even close to being like Jesus because he sacrifices everyone else instead of himself

Cruz may be hailed as a Christ-like rock star among Tea Party supporters, but it’s clear that most Americans reject his extreme views and his extreme actions. Even moderate Republicans in Congress and around the country can’t stand him.

Calling for the GOP to swing even harder to the right is political suicide. He put the entire nation at risk in pursuit of his own far-right agenda to impress the Tea Party. In doing so, he damaged the GOP as a whole, and the Tea Party in particular. He was perfectly willing to sacrifice the American people and the Republican Party to fill his pockets with Tea Party cash.

Unlike the biblical Jesus who sacrificed himself to save others, Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz isn’t sacrificing himself at all. He’s sacrificing everyone else.

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/10/28/tea-p...

haha, what a bunch of idiots

RIP TEABAGGER GOP CONS

HILLARY 2016

ALISON 2014

DITCH MITCH

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#132124 Oct 29, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
Too many facts for ya? Can't debate any of those facts? Tucking your tail and running away again? LMAO Run old OLD crow, run. Check back in tomorrow and see if we are talking about something you are able to distort with the race card or the Bush crutch. Imbecile!
You haven't posted any facts, gutless, except that the dumchit and jimbob are the same person. What's to debate about that?
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#132125 Oct 29, 2013
A huge victory for GOP’s “whites-only” coalition
Immigration reform's failure didn't just sink Rubio's political ambitions, it sank the idea of a multicultural GOP

Now and again, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., must ask himself whether the GOP’s promiscuous flirtation with comprehensive immigration reform was part of an elaborate plan to trick him into sabotaging his own chances of winning the GOP presidential nomination in 2016.

After last year’s election, top GOP leaders including the speaker of the House and the chairman of the Republican National Committee were crystal clear that the party’s big adjustment would be to broaden its appeal to Latino voters by embracing immigration reform. Rubio took them at their word, and as part of an implicit quid pro quo offered to make himself the face of the party’s new commitment. He would lend the effort his ethnic heritage and conservative bona fides. In return, they wouldn’t hang him out to dry. He’d help them neutralize immigration reform as a flashpoint issue on the right, they’d give him a legacy issue lasting enough to carry him to the presidency.

That oversimplifies things a bit, but it underscores the fact that Rubio’s incentives were shaped in part by a belief that the party’s interest in the project wasn’t fleeting or feigned.
But shortly after Rubio helped marshal a comprehensive, bipartisan bill through the Senate, John Boehner effectively handed the entire House agenda to the Tea Party, and in so doing torpedoed the reform consensus, including the Senate’s legislation, altogether.

Suddenly Rubio’s reputation as a redemptive leader was overtaken by something much less flattering — a turncoat who tried to swindle the GOP into supporting amnesty for self-interested reasons. The damage to Rubio’s standing on the right was so severe, you’d think Boehner was working in cahoots with Ted Cruz to neuter the Texas senator’s competition, except — well, we know that’s not true.

The irony is that Boehner remains the only person in all of Washington with both the power and the desire to clean up his own mess. He still says immigration reform is a key Republican priority. And if he put Rubio’s bill, or another, similar bill, on the House floor it would probably pass with the help of overwhelming Democratic support.

CONtinued:

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
OZombies

Van Nuys, CA

#132126 Oct 29, 2013
http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/10/dr-be...

DR. BEN CARSON DOUBLES -DOWN- "OBAMACARE WORST THING SINCE SLAVERY"
Video- Posted by Jim Hoft on Saturday October 19, 2013, 3:46 PM
Dr. Carson left (Roland) Martin speechless.
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#132127 Oct 29, 2013
CONtinued:

But Boehner’s overcommitted himself. He can’t do that without violating his commitment to block any immigration bills that don’t enjoy the support of a majority of House Republicans. So Rubio’s best-laid plans are dead. This weekend, in a testament to his passage through the stages of grief, he threw his support to House GOP leaders, who want to pass piecemeal immigration bills, then limit any House-Senate negotiations to the terms of those bills. That means no pathway to citizenship, and it probably means no reforms of any kind.
Rubio, of course, blames all of this on President Obama.

My colleague Joan Walsh has written more on Rubio’s decision vis-à-vis Rubio’s own ambitions and his ongoing effort to rehabilitate his reputation on the right.

I want to explore what his latest move means for Boehner and the party at large.

Any time momentum is building for anything in the House, it’s worth asking if it’s pointed anywhere other than the abyss of Republican incompetence.

Can Boehner pass more than one or two draconian, enforcement-oriented immigration bills without help from Democrats? Will Democrats help him pass less controversial piecemeal bills if Republicans are truly foreclosing on comprehensive reform?
Now that immigration reform is in Boehner’s hands, it’s easy to imagine him and his conference flubbing even the modest task of passing a conservative position. Does Boehner really want the GOP’s answer to the Senate’s bill, including its pathway to citizenship, to be a narrow plan to militarize the border? Can he he even get that through the House? What affirmative steps can he take to distinguish the party’s position on immigration from Mitt Romney’s call for incentivizing immigrants to self-deport?

If Boehner can’t make any progress on his own, conservative reform advocates will have one last opportunity to press him to partner with Democrats, even if it means abandoning the Hastert rule yet again.

But this is a highly optimistic scenario. The conservative reformers I spoke with on Monday don’t think that’s what’s happening. At this point, they see it as a question of whether Democrats will sign on to help Republicans pass something truly marginal or whether nothing will pass at all.

The result in either case will be the consequence of Boehner’s decision to let conservative hard-liners kill comprehensive reform. Some of these members are motivated more by spite than by the sum of their concern for the national welfare, the interests of their constituents, and their own partisan allegiances. Others oppose reform more earnestly. But together they comprise a faction that’s pulling the Republican Party in a whites-only direction. Rubio’s latest move suggests they’ve won the tug of war.

http://www.salon.com/2013/10/29/rubios_immigr...

GOP owns racism.

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#132128 Oct 29, 2013
Big Government? The Government Is Smaller Than It Was 47 Years Ago

Big government? Bloated government? Out of control government that must be reigned in? According to the New York Times the recent jobs report shows that, even while the U.S. population has increased greatly in the past 47 years, the size of government today is smaller than it has been since 1966. The report includes not just the federal government, but state and local government as well.
“Big government” is less than half the size today, than it was 47 years ago.

In August of 1966 the U.S. government employed 2,721,000 people. The newest jobs report, released in early September of this year, shows that our ’big government’ now employs 2,723,000 people. That is just 2,000 more jobs in government today than we had 47 years ago.

A big government is the only entity that is strong enough to take on the kind of massive corruption we see in the private sector. From Wall Street and too big to fail banks to the fossil fuel industry and abusive employers like Walmart, without government there’s nothing standing in the way of these very big, very rich members of the private sector.

If big government is destroyed, there will be no-one to sue when bankers illegally foreclose on your home. Heck, there’ll be no place to sue, since the Justice system itself is a part of the government. There’ll no-one to regulate, inspect, enforce or protect the average citizen from a wide range of evils, from contaminated food to environmental destruction.

When the private sector is bigger than the government, that’s called a Fascist state. Make no mistake that is what the republicans and the Tea Partiers are going for. Either we strengthen government now, or we hand over control of the country to the private sector. Lest we forget, it’s the people behind the effort to slash government are those same members of the private sector that caused the 2008 economic collapse.

They’re the same members of the private sector that illegally repossessed millions of homes prior to 2008. They’re the same guys that consistently fight to eliminate the rights of working people.

They’re same people that dump millions of gallons of oil into our lakes, rivers and oceans and never want to pay to clean up their mess. They’re the same members of the private sector that are regularly brought up on charges of corruption, by who? Oh yeah, by the big government.

Read more:
http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/10/28/big-g...

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
wtf

Glasgow, KY

#132129 Oct 29, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
What rules and regulations, exactly? You're saying that one of the highest grossing industries in the country can't modify policies to meet government requirements? Health insurance is a racket, has been for decades, and now that some regulations are being placed on them, the greedy SOB's are screeching like howler monkeys. They scam us out of billions each year, but they can't afford to maintain existing policies? Horse apples.
Your boy gutless says the insurance companies love the ACA, but you're saying they don't? You guys should get your stories straight. Check in with Beck and Hannity...they'll tell you what you're supposed to think.
And the governments racket will be much better for us? O-tay!
None of them had a clue what was in this bill/law but they forced it on us anyway. Now that the dems are finding out that Obamacare is a no-go and will hurt the middle class and young people more than anyone..their attitude is just "Oh well. They will get over it. Talk about Bush or Reagan or something else"

I thought you were running away for the night since your butt buddy Mitch-loving bitch repugnantCON was leaving. Be careful old OLD crow, you won't have anybody to tell you that you are right and you go girl. You can't even hold your own when you have 3 or 4 butt buddies backing you up. Your support system is gone. Better run and hide! lol
OZombies

Los Angeles, CA

#132130 Oct 29, 2013
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
**********
All these people, many liberal talking heads are in agreement that Obozocare is going to cost more for millions of Americans. Any time they tell you something is "better" it costs more. Anybody over 12 should know that - except for dimwit democrats!
As I say Jay, even Democrats can't defend this one.
So many doctors don't want to hear Obamacare.

If you have chance please see Dr. Carson's video interview he had with Roland Martin, very interesting.
wtf

Glasgow, KY

#132131 Oct 29, 2013
RepugnantCON Mitch-loving-bitch...you ain't gone yet? Go rub your old wrinkled ass down with BenGay, put your teeth in the glass by your bed and STFU with your copy and paste crap. Have you ever had one thought of your own? Ever?
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#132132 Oct 29, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey RC Co-Cola! That definition fits them to a "T"!
I'm out too, as soon as I read your articles. I'll catch up tomorrow on all the spinning and backpedaling they'll do, now that the gutless wonder has outed the dumchit.
Dream sweet, and I'll see you tomorrow.
It does to a "T". Hope you have a good day tomorrow. I am off to my comfy bed to watch Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert make fun of fauxbox and teabagging repukes. I am sure GRANDrand will be one of them.

Have a good night and pleasant dreams. I hope to see you here tomorrow. I will leave them to their smooching ass love fest. haha

Goodnight.

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH

stomp away loser lemmings
OZombies

Los Angeles, CA

#132134 Oct 29, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
What rules and regulations, exactly? You're saying that one of the highest grossing industries in the country can't modify policies to meet government requirements? Health insurance is a racket, has been for decades, and now that some regulations are being placed on them, the greedy SOB's are screeching like howler monkeys. They scam us out of billions each year, but they can't afford to maintain existing policies? Horse apples.
Your boy gutless says the insurance companies love the ACA, but you're saying they don't? You guys should get your stories straight. Check in with Beck and Hannity...they'll tell you what you're supposed to think.
What, you love Obamacare but you don't know why? Obama is going to chose which insurance company is going and which one is staying.
Why do you think we have so many regulations?
What happened to free America? Do you like your government to make choices for you?
"FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORMING AMERICA"
is done trough healthcare ...C~O~N~T~R~O~L...!!

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#132135 Oct 29, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
And the governments racket will be much better for us? O-tay!
None of them had a clue what was in this bill/law but they forced it on us anyway. Now that the dems are finding out that Obamacare is a no-go and will hurt the middle class and young people more than anyone..their attitude is just "Oh well. They will get over it. Talk about Bush or Reagan or something else"
I thought you were running away for the night since your butt buddy Mitch-loving bitch repugnantCON was leaving. Be careful old OLD crow, you won't have anybody to tell you that you are right and you go girl. You can't even hold your own when you have 3 or 4 butt buddies backing you up. Your support system is gone. Better run and hide! lol
You're the runner, gutless, not me. So...other than outing the dumchit, what facts? Go ahead and cite the sources for your "facts", and once again I'll show you up as the cowardly liar you are.

Tick tock, Jethro.

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#132136 Oct 29, 2013
OZombies wrote:
<quoted text>
What, you love Obamacare but you don't know why? Obama is going to chose which insurance company is going and which one is staying.
Why do you think we have so many regulations?
What happened to free America? Do you like your government to make choices for you?
"FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORMING AMERICA"
is done trough healthcare ...C~O~N~T~R~O~L...!!
I've stated why I support the ACA many times. What you need to post is exactly what rules and regulations you're talking about that prevent a multi-billion dollar industry from maintaining existing policies for their customers. Are you going to prove what you posted?
Vern

Switzerland

#132137 Oct 29, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
It does to a "T". Hope you have a good day tomorrow. I am off to my comfy bed to watch Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert make fun of fauxbox and teabagging repukes. I am sure GRANDrand will be one of them.
Have a good night and pleasant dreams. I hope to see you here tomorrow. I will leave them to their smooching ass love fest. haha
Goodnight.
RIP GOP CONS
DITCH MITCH
stomp away loser lemmings
goodnight remember when you wake and I mean really wake up some morning the bill will be due. obama has invented political lies. Lies that say he knew aca would be a bummer. Comfy bed wont makeup for your unpleasant nightmare coming and soon. Ta ta smooching assa nine loser.
Vern

Switzerland

#132139 Oct 29, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
You're the runner, gutless, not me. So...other than outing the dumchit, what facts? Go ahead and cite the sources for your "facts", and once again I'll show you up as the cowardly liar you are.
Tick tock, Jethro.
do you live under a rock. Tic toc dumchit Obama knows the ACA is a lie. the man knows why don't you? pay attention dumchit. It is unraveling, up in flames. You are the loser.

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