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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 256693 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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AmericanMan

Rochester, KY

#45532 Aug 15, 2012
SYL wrote:
<quoted text>
Hummmmm...., Communist are Democrats????. Are you asking if that's true or are you telling us it's true.
Democrats are more aligned with Socialist. They believe the need of the greater good over the individual. Republicans are more like Communist. They believe in one ruling well-off party, who's members should not be bothered by the peasants. Democrats are for the haves and have not. Republicans are for the haves and screw the rest of you.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45533 Aug 15, 2012
Why They Are Dangerous: Liberal Justices Make Case Against The Constitution

The liberal justices pretty much say,“Screw the Constitution, except for the nonexistent “penumbra and emanations” parts of it that we can make up.”

The nonexistent right to murder your own baby that exists nowhere in the Constitution? Check. The clearly stated 2nd Amendment “right of the people to keep and bear arms (which) shall not be infringed”? Well, the liberals say they don’t like it, they don’t want it to be there, so screw that right.

The Declaration of Independence makes it crystal clear: rights come from our being created in the image of God.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights

These are natural rights. The Constitution doesn’t grant them to us; we have them naturally from God, regardless of where we live or what government we have. And if a government doesn’t allow these natural rights to be expressed, the people have the right to remove that government.

Elena Kagan doesn’t give a damn about natural rights. For her, they are meaningless. Government is god; rights come at the whim of Big Brother.

That philospophy flies in the face of Abraham Lincoln’s view. He believed that the Declaration of Independence DECLARED the foundation of and purpose for the Constitution, saying:

“I should like to know if taking this old Declaration of Independence, which declares that all men are equal upon principle and making exceptions to it where will it stop. If one man says it does not mean a Negro, why not another say it does not mean some other man?”

Our most fundamental rights derive from God. They most certainly DON’T derive from government, or from the ideological whims of a bunch of half-wit morally idiotic liberal judges.

The fact that Kagan doesn’t believe that the Constitution itself derives from a more fundamental and more powerful authority, that there is no foundational moral law which itself stands above the Constitution, is why she believes that the government should have no power outside of it. Which is why she believes that the government may have the power to dictate that you must eat your fruits and vegetables.

Another question which is emerging is exactly what constitutes judicial activism? Is it violating the Constitution and imposing ones’ will upon it, or is it reversing a terrible decision that had violated the Constitution?

To Democrats, it is the latter:

Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin of Illinois, his voice dripping with sarcasm, said that for Republicans accusing Democrats of judicial activism,“I have two words for you: Citizens United,” the shorthand name of the campaign-finance case.

Democrats point to what they claim is a nearly century old Supreme Court principle limiting corporations from rights that American citizens clearly have, such as the right of free speech. And that stare decisis makes overturning that ruling sacrosanct.

But their problem is that those who view corporations as having the same free speech rights as persons under the law has a nearly TWO century precedent supporting it.....

http://startthinkingright.wordpress.com/2010/...
frank

Oakland, CA

#45534 Aug 15, 2012
Contributor wrote:
<quoted text> Myth 9 Fact " more liberal BS now be good and stick your head back up your arse .
Exactly the answer I expected of the braindead wingnuz
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45536 Aug 15, 2012
Pray tell, my brother,

Why do dictators kill

and make war?

Is it for glory; for things,

for beliefs, for hatred,

for power?

Yes, but more,

because they can.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45538 Aug 15, 2012
ta ta
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45539 Aug 15, 2012
THIS is WHAT "communism" does!
==========
Truth will come to light; murder cannot be hid long
----Shakespeare, Merchant of Venice

HOW MANY DID
COMMUNIST REGIMES MURDER?*
By R.J. Rummel

http://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/COM.ART.HTM

You "obots"

CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!
culture vulture

Russell Springs, KY

#45540 Aug 15, 2012
rider wrote:
JFK II: the Bush Connection | Watch Free Documentary Online
Step by step, this movie proves that JFK's assassination was perpetrated by
forces within our own government. The author of this documentary takes it even.
http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/jfk-ii-the-bus ...- 99k -
Samuel Prescott Bush - SourceWatch
Feb 5, 2005 ... Sam Bush was in his era to Remington Arms what Dick Cheney is to Halliburton
in ours. Son of an Episcopal minister, he switched to a darker ...
http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php ...- 22k -
The CIA 19 - Samuel Bush.MP4 - YouTube
Oct 2, 2011 ... http://www.MoneyandPowerBook.com President George W. Bush's great
grandfather was Samuel Bush, partners with the Rockefellers,...
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...- 166k -
Bush/Walker/Harriman/Brown brothers/Dulles/Union banking/Rockefeller/Rothchild/
These websites are great for getting the general picture out there, but everyone can check out these books on these subjects as well:'American Dynasty' by Kevin Phillips, a onetime Republican strategist, and 'Family of Secrets' by Russ Baker. Revealing histories on the Bush family and how they did business with the Germans in WWI, then the Nazis in WWII, and yet again with the Saudi's for the last 40 years. Also, a situation involving Cheney's differences with the State Dept. over doing business with the Iranians and Iraqi's while we were at war with them. Gives an inside look at just how low some people will stoop to make a buck. Family of Secrets gives a good look at the possibilities of the involvement of the Bush regime in the assasination of President Kennedy. Interesting stuff, to say the least.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45542 Aug 15, 2012
America: A Christian nation, like it or not
Exclusive: Erik Rush hammers 'Christophobes' who 'talk brotherly love, but spew hate'

http://www.wnd.com/2012/08/america-a-christia...
Jay

Springville, TN

#45543 Aug 15, 2012
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>Pure horseshit from the Fox's mouth.
****

Sorry to disappoint you. But this was done at Personal Liberty Digest: You can find it at personalliberty.com

address:
Liberty Investor
Post Office Box 1105
Cullman, AL 35056
1-800-319-3493
American Lady

Danville, KY

#45544 Aug 15, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
****
Sorry to disappoint you. But this was done at Personal Liberty Digest: You can find it at personalliberty.com
address:
Liberty Investor
Post Office Box 1105
Cullman, AL 35056
1-800-319-3493
I'm gonna give you an "atta boy" :)
Jay

Springville, TN

#45545 Aug 15, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Jay, I
know that question was for wtf,but if you don't mind
I have some input.
In October 2008 during the economic collapse our 401k and stock holdings lost half their value.
Now they're back to the point were my wife is considering retiring.
A friend of ours lost nearly a quarter of a million in investments he was more than distraught in fact some people were concern about his well being,but all is well I seen him a couple weeks ago and he's got the pep back in his step...not bopping exactly, but better.
A couple guys I'd worked with are back from Iraq and one From Afghanistan.
It's good to see them! Some of the Pictures they took are unbelievable!
I may have told this before on here? It's a true blessing so I'll
share it again.
My nephew was going through chemo while trying to complete college he was successful in both areas. Cancer is in remission and he graduated college.
He went right up on stage and received that diploma and refused to cover his head.He wasn't going to be embarrassed by what he had gone through. Any way my point is now with the Affordable care Act his insurance will cover pre-existing illness if his cancer returns.
So on a personal level I really can't complain too much.
Now on a National view of things YES there is a few things I am not thrilled about...coming from both-sides of the isle!
your friend
tofy
*******

Hey tofy.....I am happy to hear a bright young man was given another chance. Please don't give Obama credit for any of this....and I don't think you are but... instead I would credit "Divine Providence." The thing is the ACA is not over yet, so I would hesitate to depend of that. However, under your nephew's condition and youth.....the chances are good that he would still qualify for government assistance in your state.

As for the other, well......what did Obama have to do with the luck of the draw? My FIL lost $60,000 on paper, but it worked itself out. I don't have all the details but he is no dummy when it comes to money.

But as for your nephew.....put a white light of protection around him.....he will be fine.

8)
culture vulture

Russell Springs, KY

#45546 Aug 15, 2012
American Lady wrote:
America: A Christian nation, like it or not
Exclusive: Erik Rush hammers 'Christophobes' who 'talk brotherly love, but spew hate'
http://www.wnd.com/2012/08/america-a-christia...
Talk is cheap. I feel that actions define Christianity, whether the individual, or, as here, a nation. Christians do not wage war on indigenous peoples, as this government has for years right here, or in foreign lands, as this government has for years. No engagement since WWII has warranted the kind of treatment visited upon other peoples as we have done. I know this will illicit a reaction concerning 9/11 and Iraq, but while I would agree that this did require a reaction, we invaded the wrong country. There was not 1 single Iraqi on those planes. Not 1. So why didn't we invade Saudi Arabia? Probably a question for another day, but still......I don't have all the answers, but I was raised Baptist, and taught that doctrine straight out of the Bible, and the actions of many individuals and representatives of this government, past and present, do not reflect what I've always thought of as Christian attitudes and actions.
Jay

Springville, TN

#45547 Aug 15, 2012
Talk about books! How bout this one that's being touted all over the internet?

The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House

Almost five stars, 835 reviews.

"It's amateur hour at the White House. So says New York Times bestselling author Edward Klein in his political expose' The Amateur. Tapping into the public's growing sentiment that President Obama is in over his head, The Amateur argues that Obama's toxic combination of incompetence and arrogance has run our nation and his presidency off the rails."

http://www.amazon.com/The-Amateur-Barack-Obam...
Jay

Springville, TN

#45548 Aug 15, 2012
How 'bout this?

Bill blockbuster: O’s an ‘amateur’

Bill Clinton thought so little of President Obama — mocking him as an “amateur”— that he pressed his wife last summer to quit her job as secretary of state and challenge him in the primaries, a new book claims,

Obama, Bill Clinton said,“doesn’t know how to be president” and is “incompetent.”

Gossip, gossip, gossip.

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/bill_bl...
Hello

Broken Arrow, OK

#45549 Aug 15, 2012
LA's China Town wants to put a ban on any Wal-Marts for another year(What!!!)

90% of the stuff they sell comes from China,LMAO!!!
crazy

Elizabethtown, KY

#45550 Aug 15, 2012
crazy people.
The Irate Republican

London, KY

#45551 Aug 15, 2012
You can also confirm these facts about the bush cartel/crime family in the National Archives. It's a little harder to find, but it's all pretty cut and dry. I'm very happy to see that someone else took the time to seek the truth about these criminals. And to think that even now so many are proud to have voted for these cretins, while getting so badly screwed by the lot of them, and are so damned stupid they can't fathom how badly they got screwed, nor where it came from. The bush cartel/crime family has pissed down the public's neck, told them it was raining, while robbing the public coffers, and the public simply loved that warm shower!

TIR
The Irate Republican

London, KY

#45552 Aug 15, 2012
My last post was in response to:
These websites are great for getting the general picture out there, but everyone can check out these books on these subjects as well:'American Dynasty' by Kevin Phillips, a onetime Republican strategist, and 'Family of Secrets' by Russ Baker. Revealing histories on the Bush family and how they did business with the Germans in WWI, then the Nazis in WWII, and yet again with the Saudi's for the last 40 years. Also, a situation involving Cheney's differences with the State Dept. over doing business with the Iranians and Iraqi's while we were at war with them. Gives an inside look at just how low some people will stoop to make a buck. Family of Secrets gives a good look at the possibilities of the involvement of the Bush regime in the assasination of President Kennedy. Interesting stuff, to say the least.
The Irate Republican

London, KY

#45553 Aug 15, 2012
culture vulture

Russell Springs, KY
wtf

Lebanon, KY

#45554 Aug 16, 2012
SYL wrote:
<quoted text>
Hummmmm...., Communist are Democrats????. Are you asking if that's true or are you telling us it's true.
That was sooo smart you dumbass.

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