'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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they thought they was more stupid than they was .and no one showed up.i think that when them mothers seen them rough tough teapubs put them and their kids in the front line and hid behind them.that was it for them. so they stayed home.no more that if you wont to fight put up your knuckles don't hid behind women and kids.
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Well wrote:
<quoted text>You still can't say, "I would favor laws that leave you the hell alone as log as you don't violate the rights of others" can you? I agree with you we need regulations to protect the ownership rights of other people's property and the air and the streams. I am not against regulating to the extent it protects the rights of others but that is not where you, my little fascist friend, want to stop. You want to go beyond that and basically force people to comply with your preferences.
By the way, those company stores you refer to? As bad as that was, it is obvious people who worked at those places and lived under those conditions were better off than they were before otherwise they would have done something else.
Oh yeah I'm sure oweing theiur souls to a company is Liberty in your mind.

As for not getting it, you're the one who refuses to agree that nobody gives a crap about your whining and lack of desire to live in a society that betters the lives of it's people. I'm sure you still want to secede, please do and quit your f-ing whining here!
LeCry Baby Is Stupid

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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Left scrambles to defend release of criminal illegals... DEFEND letting go murderers, rapist and other criminals to buy votes..........what a ploy, what morons.
Who is supposed to defend us on 911?
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Jay wrote:
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See - what you people don't understand is, for those who couldn't afford to go, for those who had work or family obligations ---- there was an online petition signed by tens of thousands of people. And that petition was sent to Congress.
So - nowya know.
Yeah now we know all right! When called upon to rally for your idiot cause, you all duck dodge and hide.

When I wanted to end the Iraq War I used my time to protest for more than a year to make it happen, didn't decide to sit on my couch and sign internet petitions!!!
GOTP

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this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>We all share the blame AL..Now we have to get our veterans the care they deserve.
I think the people responsible for this neglect should be prosecuted!
PEACE
tofy
In Teahadists logic, the people who were lied to and fell for the lie are more responsible than the ones doing all the lying and War mongering!!!

Democrats and all of us might "share" blame, the fact that there IS something to BLAME belongs to those who perpetrated the lies!!!!!
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Commietator wrote:
<quoted text>You hypocrite POS left out Obama has deported more illegals than any President in history, has cut deficit spending more than any President since Eisenhower, had the man killed responsible for the worst attack ever on US soil, has had fewer non-military Americans killed by terrorist per year in office than any President since Carter, took the second worst Depression in US history and has now had 50 straight months of job growth, took the third worst Stock Market failure in US history and now has it at record levels, took the US from being the biggest importer of oil to the largest producer of oil and LNG in the world.
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Prove just one thing I've posted wrong you ignorant POS.
As I like to say

THey can't
They won't
They'll distract
They'll misdirect
They'll introduce some rabbit hole that does not address the fact that all you said is verifiably true!!!
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WLEX 18 news covering corruption story at. 11 pm this evenig . 5-19 be sure to tune in , you don't want to miss this .
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FYI wrote:
WLEX 18 news covering corruption story at. 11 pm this evenig . 5-19 be sure to tune in , you don't want to miss this .
Just like we didn't want to miss the ACA failure in March
Just like we didn't want to miss the 2012 election
Just like we didn't want to miss all Darrell Issa's investigative committees
Just like we didn't want to miss the 30 people showing up Friday as 30 Million!!!
Just like we didn't want to miss Felon JAmes O'Keefe's latest doctored video
Just like we didn't want to miss the GOP fantasy bombshell __________fill in the blank)

You doomsday Teahadists should check back into reality once once in a while, that reality will tell you you're being used, by people much smarter than you, telling you to keep holding on until the next fabricated destruction prediction!!!

Those people have been picking your pockets now for 6 years while none of their "Don't miss" predictions have ever come true!!!!
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soo wrote:
they thought they was more stupid than they was .and no one showed up.i think that when them mothers seen them rough tough teapubs put them and their kids in the front line and hid behind them.that was it for them. so they stayed home.no more that if you wont to fight put up your knuckles don't hid behind women and kids.
Missing spell check and all, you're onto something here.

What women and children are going to go to one of these Teahadists "rallies" where the first thing those brave locked and loaded losers did was throw all the women and children onto the front line!!!!!!!!!

Poster:

Come be a major part of our protest, stand in front of us loser gun freaks and block bullets!!!
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This Is The Most Sickening Political Stunt You'll Read About All Year

I'm betting it won't be, but guess which side the slime came from?

A conservative blogger was arrested Saturday after allegedly trespassing at the nursing home where Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran's wife lives, and posting a picture of the Republican's spouse online without permission.

Cochran's wife, Rose Cochran, suffers from dementia, according to the Jackson Clarion-Ledger. She lives at the St. Catherine's Village retirement home in Madison, Miss., where she is bedridden.

Clayton Thomas Kelly runs a political blog called Constitutional Clayton, where he posted a story April 26 attacking Cochran and supporting state Sen. Chris McDaniel, who's challenging Cochran in the state's GOP Senate primary this year.

The piece included a picture taken bedside in Rose Cochran's room at the nursing home, where she has lived since 2000.

The Clarion-Ledger reports that in a press release, the Madison Police Department said that Kelly "had illegally and improperly obtained an image of a vulnerable adult resident without their consent for his own benefit." He was charged with exploitation of a vulnerable adult, and his bond was set at $100,000.

In a statement, the Cochran's' attorney, Donald Clark, said his clients' "privacy and dignity have been violated," according to the Clarion-Ledger.

"We became aware of an unauthorized picture, posted on the Internet, of Mrs. Cochran, taken literally in her room by her bedside at St. Catherine's," Clark said. "Sen. Cochran retained my law firm on this matter, and we looked at various legal options. We notified the proper authorities, which in this case is the city of Madison Police Department."

McDaniel is running to Cochran's right in the June 3 primary. McDaniel's campaign denies having ties to Kelly.

Condemnation of the alleged act was swift and severe.

There is no too low for these creten "conservatives"!
GOTP

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On the don't want to miss front...

"Fox News also appears to cater to ethnocentric assumptions. This discourse has grown with the election of Obama to the White House. In one study, researchers asked panelists where they obtained their televised news about national and international affairs. Roughly one-quarter of respondents indicated that they received their information from Fox News. At the time of the study, questions of Obama’s birth were being raised. When asked if they believed Obama was born in the United States, only 21 percent of Fox viewers said that Obama was American born. The authors of the study, Michael Tesler and David O. Sears, wrote,“[T]he reinforcing and/or persuasive role of oppositional media outlets like Fox News and conservative talk radio could make it increasingly difficult to disabuse the sizable minority of individuals disposed to accepting invalid assertions designed to paint Obama as the ‘other.’” In the face of such evidence, many Fox apologists, commentators, and guests often defended the views of Birthers and Tea Party activists. While frequent Fox talking head Ann Coulter claimed that that no one on Fox ever mentioned “Birtherism,” research indicates that not only did Fox News mention it; they ramped up coverage of the Birthers leading up to the April 2011 release of the “long form” birth certificate. Moreover, at least 85 percent (forty-four out of fifty-two) of false claims about Obama’s birth went unchallenged on Fox News. Fox segments repeated that Obama never produced a birth certificate, that Obama’s grandmother said he was born in Kenya, and that Obama spent $2 million in legal funds blocking the release of his birth certificate.

As social scientists Theda Skocpol and Vanessa Williamson make clear in “The Tea Party and the Remaking of Republican Conservatism,” Fox News realized in early 2009 that the Tea Party was a major conservative phenomenon in the making and “moved to become [its] cheerleader-in-chief.” Fox began speaking of major Tea Party events weeks in advance and they became more of an advertiser for the Tea Party than a source of news about them. This coverage glorified the future Tea Party events by creating buzz about the expected large crowds and the political and social effect of the rallies. Having just defected from CNN, Glenn Beck traveled to various cities to interview people days before Tea Party rallies even occurred. Skocpol and Williamson contend,

A week before the first annual April 15th Tea Party rallies in 2009, Fox News promotions kicked into an even higher gear. Glenn Beck told his viewers,“We’re getting ready for next week’s Tax Day tea parties. All across the country, people coming together to let the politicians know, OK, enough spending.” Sean Hannity was even more explicit:“And, of course, April 15th, our big show coming out of Atlanta. It’s Tax Day, our Tax Day tea party show. Don’t forget, we’re going to have ‘Joe the Plumber.’” At times, Fox anchors adopted an almost cajoling tone. On Sean Hannity’s show, viewers were told,“Anybody can come, it’s free,” while Beck fans were warned,“You don’t want to miss it.”...[D]uring the first weeks of the Tea Party, Fox News directly linked the network’s brand to these protests and allowed members of the “Fox Nation” to see the Tea Parties as a natural outgrowth of their identity as Fox News viewers.

Simply put, Fox did not simply cover Tea Party events as they transpired, but rather helped to create and sediment support for the fledging movement in its weakest stages.

"while Beck fans were warned,“You don’t want to miss it."

The birth of a now long used tool of the drool!!!

http://www.salon.com/2014/05/17/fox_news_divi...
GOTP

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GOP primaries are basically a showdown of which candidate is least likely to say idiotic comments in public that they all believe it private!!!!

And of course, nobody is supposed to notice!

The drama long ago ran out in Kentucky’s once-hyped race between Sen. Mitch McConnell and businessman Matt Bevin, the latter of whom will be remembered in political comedy history for attending a cockfighting rally and giving a speech about cockfighting and then saying afterward that he had no idea he was at a cockfighting rally.

What a truly resounding, who’da-guessed-it win for the establishment: The well-funded minority leader of the United States Senate and kingmaker of Kentucky politics was able to beat a nearby moron. Go suck down some celebratory mint julep or fancy bourbon concoctions with your cigar-chomping lobbyist friends at the Capitol Hill Club, GOP Establishment, because you’ve earned it: You’re going to fend off “Matt Bevin.”

Which brings us to the real show Tuesday evening, possibly the finest of the calendar: the Georgia GOP Senate primary.

The establishment candidate is … well … but the Tea Party candidate is … hmm … OK, let’s describe it like this: It’s an infamous former Komen foundation exec vs. an 11-term congressional member of the powerful Appropriations Committee vs. two known congressional nuts vs. some rich business guy. And, as it was in North Carolina and Nebraska in terms of policy prescriptions, it’s Tea Party vs. Tea Party vs. Tea Party vs. Tea Party vs. Tea Party.

In his long profile of the race, Politico’s Manu Raju explains how the race has shaped out to avoid what was long considered the party’s worst fear — that one of the nuts, either Rep. Phil Gingrey or Rep. Paul Broun, would secure the nomination and lose to a competitive Democrat. Gingrey and Brown are essentially tied for last place among the five candidates; the three top candidates, two of whom will make a runoff, are David Perdue (rich business guy), Karen Handel (infamous former Komen Foundation exec) and Rep. Jack Kingston (11-term congressional appropriator).

But the non-competitiveness of the Broun-Gingrey tandem doesn’t mean that the competitive candidates haven’t said their own fair share of crazy nonsense in their effort to lurch rightward. Ed Kilgore, who’s been following the race closely, offers a little taste of the run to the “starboard side” over the past few months.

Earlier in the campaign, the most remarkable example of the rightward pull of the primary dynamic was in the messaging of Rep. Jack Kingston, a south Georgia career Congressional appropriator who suddenly sounded like the last hope of the conservative movement, with ads hitting racially resonant “welfare bum” themes,savaging Common Core, and boasting of a dubious National Journal ranking as having “the most conservative [House] record in the field.” But now he’s been joined as a former Establishment driver of the conservative cause by former Secretary of State Karen Handel, a one-time protege of Gov. Sonny Perdue from relatively moderate Fulton County who lost a close gubernatorial runoff to Nathan Deal in 2010 in part because social conservatives demonized her as soft on abortion and gay rights. Rebaptized as a fiery Christian Right champion for her failed effort as an executive of the Komen Foundation to cut off ties with Planned Parenthood, Handel is now trying to compensate for her lack of funds by calling out opponents on ideological grounds, aided by RedState proprietor Erick Erickson (who is a Georgian) and Sarah Palin.

As for David Perdue — Sonny’s cousin — he got himself in a real steaming hellpot this week by referring to increased government revenue as desirable, a conservative-jargon faux pas from which he has quickly distanced himself

At this point, the only thing that “establishment” connotes is “relatively less likely to go out of one’s way to share a contrarian view of rape down the home stretch of the general election.”
JN
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We're not accepting the ACA, except, WE ARE!! Will this fool Teabaggers into supporting them if they say they aren't but really are??!

"It’s fair to say that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has thrown Obamacare politics for a considerable loop. Pence, a staunch conservative and opponent of the Affordable Care Act, plans to use money made available by the ACA to expand Indiana’s program for insuring low-income residents. Pence will deny up and down that he’s made himself a party to Obamacare, but federal money flowing into Indiana to provide health coverage for Hoosiers would make those denials fairly hollow.

The governor is already taking heat from conservatives who say he’s betraying conservative principles and not being forthright about it (an on-point critique!), but Pence’s apostasy could have ramifications beyond ticking off a few Heritage Foundation fellows.

Pence is not the first conservative leader to ask for Obamacare funds to expand health coverage in his state. John Kasich, Chris Christie and Jan Brewer all expanded Medicaid in line with the Affordable Care Act’s original intent. Other Republican governors have successfully implemented customized expansion programs, like Terry Brandstad in Iowa and Rick Snyder in Michigan.

Pence is different, though. He’s a conservative darling with well-established ambitions to run for the presidency. And he’s mapping out a strategy to claim the benefits of Obamacare while purporting to keep the law at arm’s length. That strategy requires a fair bit of willful obtuseness and chutzpah – his office’s announcement of the expansion plan claims that it “will alleviate the coverage gap created by the Affordable Care Act,” even though it was Pence himself who created that gap when he chose not to expand Medicaid. But that’s largely beside the point.

Looking beyond the 2014 elections, the question of anti-Obamacare activism gets even thornier. The conservatives at the Federalist credit Pence with making Medicaid expansion a national issue for 2016:

Two camps are emerging among GOP governors: those who oppose the Obamacare expansion, and those who pretend to. Pence has now officially joined the pretender camp.

While senators who aspire to be president can easily duck the Medicaid issue by simply opposing Obamacare in toto, gubernatorial aspirants like Pence cannot. Medicaid is a state-run program (albeit with a lot of federal funding and red tape) and is the largest item in most state budgets. More importantly, it’s a state-level hot potato these days, thanks to Chief Justice John Roberts’s 2012 decision to make the Expansion optional for states.

How governors handle this particular hot potato reveals a lot about their governing philosophy and their views on health care, balanced budgets, and federalism.

I'd bet it's OK with them as long as you're the pretender!!!

Watch what they do, not what they say, when it's a "conservative" you're talking about!
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Good afternoon *Patriots*
been working in my lil garden :)
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Did NSA "blackmail" John Roberts over [MEcare]

http://mobile.wnd.com/2014/05/did-nsa-blackma...

???
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Bluegrass Blues for Tea Party in Kentucky
Yesterday | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WHIO

As the calendar turned to 2014, Tea Party backers put a bull's-eye squarely on Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, rallying behind his GOP primary opponent here in the Bluegrass State, hoping it would be one of a series of big Tea Party victories in primaries this mid-term election year.

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Z ... Have you got any friends in danger from the wrath of Mother Nature in your Native Country??? I hope they're all safe <3
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Vote for Grimes.
No to Grimes

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MITCH. MITCH. MITCH. MITCH.
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