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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 239238 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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Jay

Springville, TN

#43095 Jun 30, 2012
"The quickest way to create more jobs is to provide more funding for food stamps."

Brilliant Pelosi!

http://www.youtube.com :80/watch?v=Nn3et0VAIrE
Old white folk

Cazenovia, WI

#43096 Jun 30, 2012
Jay wrote:
"The quickest way to create more jobs is to provide more funding for food stamps."
Brilliant Pelosi!
http://www.youtube.com :80/watch?v=Nn3et0VAIrE
http://youtu.be/XG5Sb_WT8xM
Jay

Springville, TN

#43100 Jun 30, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
Nobody brings up this Muslim crap but right-wing
propaganda media...so thank them for that.
As far as I'm concerned your making up something that don't exist.
**********

Muslims in America



NY Muslim: This is Islam! To Hell With Obama, America and Democracy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

**********

Yes, I made this all up.

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#43101 Jun 30, 2012
PhreakkyPhroggy wrote:
<quoted text>
I mentioned this before...(whitesnake begins theme *Here I go again) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =LF410IN1hMEXX
Obama is perhaps the ONLY "Christian" I know who can recite the Muslim call to prayer in "perfect Arabic" as witnessed by Mr. Kristoff who wrote the article published in the NY Times (March 6th, 2007).
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/06/opinion/06k...
You don't believe it?
How's is that suppose to bother me?that's the question.
You're a well read man...have you not studied various world cultures and religions?
There's a lot of beautiful religious prayers,songs,proverbs,sayings
everything you can think of...
I enjoy listening to the Dali Lama doesn't make me Buddhist?
I know you've studied political science and read certain manifestos I will not mention on here..doesn't make you of that ideology.
Have you listen to the call to prayer a the pilgrimage to mecca it is beautiful. And believe I'm not Muslim or even close.
I'm not Catholic either but I cross when I pull over for a funeral procession.Why I feel the need to do that is beyond me,but I do.
The Reagan's held seance's and I think that is stated fact..but did I worry about that? Ah No!
Wouldn't have been anything I could have done!
So why worry?
Listen to some Native Anerican songs on youtube they'll give you chills...beautiful songs and prayers!
History

Rochester, KY

#43102 Jun 30, 2012
Just like the days back when Reagan and Bush Sr. were calling Medicare socialist here we are again. Republicans all tore up because there is a new socialist medical plan. The Repub answer to the problem is simple. If someone does not have the money to pay for health care they need to die. Don't try and deny this because your party is against Medicare, Medicaid, and any type of universal health care. So that only leaves if you can afford health care good for you if not die in the street.

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#43103 Jun 30, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
**********
Muslims in America
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =OLK1Xpc7SMQXX
NY Muslim: This is Islam! To Hell With Obama, America and Democracy!
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
**********
Yes, I made this all up.
OK JAY,
I've seen Americans desecrate our FLAG and so have you!
I don't know your age...But the Reverend Elijha Muhammad and Malcolm X and now Lewis Farrakhan have been preaching that Sh*t in the streets sense I can remember when?What has it got them other than suck money from people to make them rich.
A Islamic movement will never succeed in a Christian based society.
So I'll not spend my time worrying about it.
You seem to think Islam is something new to this country it really goes back a long way...just like every other religion...so now I'm suppose to feel some kinda of threat?I don't think so!
Thanks for your concern though!
go way tofy

Glasgow, KY

#43104 Jun 30, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>OK JAY,
I've seen Americans desecrate our FLAG and so have you!
I don't know your age...But the Reverend Elijha Muhammad and Malcolm X and now Lewis Farrakhan have been preaching that Sh*t in the streets sense I can remember when?What has it got them other than suck money from people to make them rich.
A Islamic movement will never succeed in a Christian based society.
So I'll not spend my time worrying about it.
You seem to think Islam is something new to this country it really goes back a long way...just like every other religion...so now I'm suppose to feel some kinda of threat?I don't think so!
Thanks for your concern though!
You don't worry about anything because you sit around and get stoned when your Obamacare check comes in every month. You thought people took your posts seriously? Really? Now how funny is that, y'all?
Jay

Springville, TN

#43105 Jun 30, 2012
this ones for you wrote:
<quoted text>OK JAY,
I've seen Americans desecrate our FLAG and so have you!
I don't know your age...But the Reverend Elijha Muhammad and Malcolm X and now Lewis Farrakhan have been preaching that Sh*t in the streets sense I can remember when?What has it got them other than suck money from people to make them rich.
A Islamic movement will never succeed in a Christian based society.
So I'll not spend my time worrying about it.
You seem to think Islam is something new to this country it really goes back a long way...just like every other religion...so now I'm suppose to feel some kinda of threat?I don't think so!
Thanks for your concern though!
********

I'm old enough to know what went on in our country in the years of "back when." And what I did not live to personally see, I have seen plenty in vintage film footages.

I have read of Malcolm X and watched numbers of films of his philosophy and listened to his verbiage. He was an angry man, and when he disassociated himself from the Muslim's they killed him at a young age. I believe he was only in his thirties.

Here's a story that will never happen today in America:

Back during the hippy era there was a large group of young people protesting the Vietnam War on the steps of a courthouse in a city up North. A group of guys who had heard this was going on there decided to ride their motorcycles up there to see what the ruckus was about. On the steps of this ancient courthouse in the square were monuments and bronze plaques of all the veteran's in that county who had died in the service of our country from all wars. Hippies were shouting and protesting about the war, screaming and shouting obscenities about America - and a few of them threatened to burn the American Flag. As momentum picked up, it was chaos that only took moments to turn into a melee of sorts. When more people began to gather, one of the hippie group tried to light the Flag on fire. One of the five bikers tore the Flag out of his hands, stuffed it in his leather jacket while the rest of them along with a number of citizens who had gathered, proceeded to beat the living crap out of the protesters.

It wasn't long before the police arrived to find people on the ground and people with bloody noses. When those pro Americans told the police what was going on, one of the biker's said, "No one burns my Flag!" Here's what the cops said, "Get on your bikes and move on out. The rest of you, clear out!" And with that they went over and proceeded to handcuff the rabble rousers, grabbing them off the ground and tossing them in the squads.

Picture that happening today. It never will again. We are told to stand back and allow them to curse our country, our way of life, and our National Emblem. All in the name of 'freedom of speech." And even if you are not even an American citizen...especially if you're not an American!

With the advent of political correctness, we have become cowards and defenseless against our courts and our rights as American citizens.

Tell me it's not true.

And no, Islam is not new. But yes, it is growing in our country.
Hello

Lexington, KY

#43106 Jul 1, 2012
The Muslim population in this country is not like any other group, for it includes within it a substantial body of people—many times more numerous than the agents of Osama bin Ladin—who share with the suicide hijackers a hatred of the United States and the desire, ultimately, to transform it into a nation living under the strictures of militant Islam. Although not responsible for the atrocities in September, they harbor designs for this country that warrant urgent and serious attention.
In June 1991, Siraj Wahaj, a black convert to Islam and the recipient of some of the American Muslim community's highest honors, had the privilege of becoming the first Muslim to deliver the daily prayer in the U.S. House of Representatives. On that occasion he recited from the Qur'an and appealed to the Almighty to guide American leaders "and grant them righteousness and wisdom."
A little over a year later, addressing an audience of New Jersey Muslims, the same Wahaj articulated a rather different vision from his mild and moderate invocation in the House. If only Muslims were more clever politically, he told his New Jersey listeners, they could take over the United States and replace its constitutional government with a caliphate. "If we were united and strong, we'd elect our own emir [leader] and give allegiance to him....[T]ake my word, if 6-8 million Muslims unite in America, the country will come to us." In 1995, Wahaj served as a character witness for Omar Abdel Rahman in the trial that found that blind sheikh guilty of conspiracy to overthrow the government of the United States. More alarming still, the U.S. attorney for New York listed Wahaj as one of the "unindicted persons who may be alleged as co-conspirators" in the sheikh's case.
The disparity between Wahaj's good citizenship in the House and his militant forecast of a Muslim takeover—not to mention his association with violent felons—is only one example of a larger pattern common to the American Muslim scene. Another example, about which I have written recently elsewhere, involves the American Muslims for Jeru­salem, an organization whose official advocacy of "a Jerusalem that symbolizes religious tolerance and dialogue" contrasts markedly with the wild conspiracy-mongering and crude anti-Jewish rhetoric in which its spokesmen indulge at closed events.1 At a minimum, then, anyone who would understand the real views of American Muslims must delve deeper than the surface of their public statements.
Doing so, one discovers that the ambition to take over the United States is hardly a new one. The first missionaries for militant Islam, or Islamism, who arrived here from abroad in the 1920's, unblushingly declared, "Our plan is, we are going to conquer America." The audacity of such statements hardly went unnoticed at the time, including by Christians who cherished their own missionizing hopes. As a 1922 newspaper commentary put it:
To the millions of American Christians who have so long looked eagerly forward to the time the cross shall be supreme in every land and the people of the whole world shall have become the followers of Christ, the plan to win this continent to the path of the "infidel Turk" will seem a thing unbelievable. But there is no doubt about its being pressed with all the fanatical zeal for which the Mohammedans are noted.
But it is in recent decades, as the Muslim population in the country has increased significantly in size, social standing, and influence, and as Islamism has made its presence widely felt on the international scene, that this "fanatical zeal" has truly come into its own. A catalyzing figure in the story is the late Ismail Al-Faruqi, a Palestinian immigrant who founded the International Institute of Islamic Thought and taught for many years at Temple University in Philadelphia.
Hello

Lexington, KY

#43107 Jul 1, 2012
The Muslim population in this country is not like any other group, for it includes within it a substantial body of people—many times more numerous than the agents of Osama bin Ladin—who share with the suicide hijackers a hatred of the United States and the desire, ultimately, to transform it into a nation living under the strictures of militant Islam. Although not responsible for the atrocities in September, they harbor designs for this country that warrant urgent and serious attention.

In June 1991, Siraj Wahaj, a black convert to Islam and the recipient of some of the American Muslim community's highest honors, had the privilege of becoming the first Muslim to deliver the daily prayer in the U.S. House of Representatives. On that occasion he recited from the Qur'an and appealed to the Almighty to guide American leaders "and grant them righteousness and wisdom."

A little over a year later, addressing an audience of New Jersey Muslims, the same Wahaj articulated a rather different vision from his mild and moderate invocation in the House. If only Muslims were more clever politically, he told his New Jersey listeners, they could take over the United States and replace its constitutional government with a caliphate. "If we were united and strong, we'd elect our own emir [leader] and give allegiance to him....[T]ake my word, if 6-8 million Muslims unite in America, the country will come to us." In 1995, Wahaj served as a character witness for Omar Abdel Rahman in the trial that found that blind sheikh guilty of conspiracy to overthrow the government of the United States. More alarming still, the U.S. attorney for New York listed Wahaj as one of the "unindicted persons who may be alleged as co-conspirators" in the sheikh's case.
Hello

Lexington, KY

#43109 Jul 1, 2012
The disparity between Wahaj's good citizenship in the House and his militant forecast of a Muslim takeover—not to mention his association with violent felons—is only one example of a larger pattern common to the American Muslim scene. Another example, about which I have written recently elsewhere, involves the American Muslims for Jeru­salem, an organization whose official advocacy of "a Jerusalem that symbolizes religious tolerance and dialogue" contrasts markedly with the wild conspiracy-mongering and crude anti-Jewish rhetoric in which its spokesmen indulge at closed events.1 At a minimum, then, anyone who would understand the real views of American Muslims must delve deeper than the surface of their public statements.

Doing so, one discovers that the ambition to take over the United States is hardly a new one. The first missionaries for militant Islam, or Islamism, who arrived here from abroad in the 1920's, unblushingly declared, "Our plan is, we are going to conquer America." The audacity of such statements hardly went unnoticed at the time, including by Christians who cherished their own missionizing hopes. As a 1922 newspaper commentary put it:
To the millions of American Christians who have so long looked eagerly forward to the time the cross shall be supreme in every land and the people of the whole world shall have become the followers of Christ, the plan to win this continent to the path of the "infidel Turk" will seem a thing unbelievable. But there is no doubt about its being pressed with all the fanatical zeal for which the Mohammedans are noted.
But it is in recent decades, as the Muslim population in the country has increased significantly in size, social standing, and influence, and as Islamism has made its presence widely felt on the international scene, that this "fanatical zeal" has truly come into its own. A catalyzing figure in the story is the late Ismail Al-Faruqi, a Palestinian immigrant who founded the International Institute of Islamic Thought and taught for many years at Temple University in Philadelphia. Rightly called "a pioneer in the development of Islamic studies in America," he was also the first contemporary theorist of a United States made Muslim. "Nothing could be greater," Al-Faruqi wrote in the early 1980's, "than this youthful, vigorous, and rich continent [of North America] turning away from its past evil and marching forward under the banner of Allahu Akbar [God is great]."
wtf

Richmond, KY

#43110 Jul 1, 2012
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
**********
Muslims in America
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =OLK1Xpc7SMQXX
NY Muslim: This is Islam! To Hell With Obama, America and Democracy!
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
**********
Yes, I made this all up.
You little chickenshit.
wtf

Richmond, KY

#43111 Jul 1, 2012
PhreakkyPhroggy wrote:
Mr. Obama recalled the opening lines of the Arabic call to prayer, reciting them with a first-rate accent. In a remark that seemed delightfully uncalculated (it’ll give Alabama voters heart attacks), Mr. Obama described the call to prayer as “one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset.”,(Kristoff, N., 2007).
Get a job!
wtf

Richmond, KY

#43112 Jul 1, 2012
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
389,000 new unemployment claims---that is going down?Obama flips on taxes-fines.Even the SCOTUS had to correct it.
Yes,the union is what we all want to protect.Why is Obama dividing us comatantly.Every time he speaks?
You f' ing Liar.

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#43113 Jul 1, 2012
go way tofy wrote:
<quoted text>
You don't worry about anything because you sit around and get stoned when your Obamacare check comes in every month. You thought people took your posts seriously? Really? Now how funny is that, y'all?
How funny are you? is the question?
Now,now, Mrs.Robinson if I go away...who would teach the ways of the world.
You're goin' to have to come outside sooner or later Ole woman get some sun on your face!
I heard you had two brains once,but one of them died from loneliness!
I have Humana health insurance what do you have a spend down card?
go-away...LMAO
Hello

Lexington, KY

#43114 Jul 1, 2012
Morning TOFY LMAO!!!!!
oh no

Mount Vernon, KY

#43115 Jul 1, 2012
I dont like either of them.

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#43116 Jul 1, 2012
Hello wrote:
Morning TOFY LMAO!!!!!
Hey,Hello..
talk to my brother who lives in Georgia...the heat is baaad down that way.
It got 108 here yesterday.
Did we play out in this stuff when we were kids? dang!
It's too hot to sit on the porch!shis-kabobs..just hold'em out the door for a few seconds...they're done!

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#43117 Jul 1, 2012
oh no wrote:
I dont like either of them.
Narrow that done
sweetie...please?
we don't know you could be talking about mommy and daddy!
DO YOU NEED HELP?

Since: Oct 11

Murray, KY

#43118 Jul 1, 2012
CORRECTION NARROW THAT DOWN

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