'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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Tea Party Rebublican

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wtf wrote:
<quoted text>Well, you were taught to be a dipshit from birth.
wtf about a year ago I told you Romney would win as President and he would also win KY! you lyfao and made all kinds of stupid remarks(normal for you)! Well KY is a Strong Red State as WV and TN are!(that means they are for Romney). You said Ky would vote Obama 2 to 1? what happened? Are you going to be asking yourself what happened again on Nov 7? Do you think you will be lyfao then?

Obama has no chance, none zero! LMFAO

HAHAheheHAHAhehe!
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Tea Party Rebublican wrote:
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wtf about a year ago I told you Romney would win as President and he would also win KY! you lyfao and made all kinds of stupid remarks(normal for you)! Well KY is a Strong Red State as WV and TN are!(that means they are for Romney). You said Ky would vote Obama 2 to 1? what happened? Are you going to be asking yourself what happened again on Nov 7? Do you think you will be lyfao then?
Obama has no chance, none zero! LMFAO
HAHAheheHAHAhehe!
Nobody gives a shit about Ky, Tn , or WV you blithering idiot.

Romney has as much chance as you do of being successful.
Tea Party Republican

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<quoted text>Nobody gives a shit about Ky, Tn , or WV you blithering idiot.
Romney has as much chance as you do of being successful.
dont you live in KY wtf? Just quoteing what you said!
Glad you think I have a great chance of being successful! comeing from you, that means alot! LMFAO!
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dont you live in KY wtf? Just quoteing what you said!
Glad you think I have a great chance of being successful! comeing from you, that means alot! LMFAO!
You misspelled two words out of 20 you ignorant hillbilly pos.
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DBWriter wrote:
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So. you're saying Obama sprung him from Q-daffy's prison?
LOL.
Another example of Obama's SNAFU?
Who was President in 2005 and 2007? Don't think it was Obama, now was it?
Shadowlands

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whitehair wrote:
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It is sorta like the Gaddafi Regime-it ain`t there any more.
But then,Obama wants to try them in civil courts and here in the States,which it is not a crime to fight for your own Country,is it?
We just do not realize they were taught this from birth,and so has Obama.
Another incomprehensible post. Try sticking to one idea at a time, if you can.
Are You Kidding

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Shadowlands wrote:
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Who was President in 2005 and 2007? Don't think it was Obama, now was it?
Bush wanted to put them on trial but the Supreme Court ruled against him,

Washington, June 30, 2006 -- A day after a landmark Supreme Court ruling, the White House said Friday the prison at Guantanamo Bay will remain open until the United States deals with the terror suspects being held there.

President Bush had said he wants to close the detention center but was waiting for a Supreme Court decision about his plan to put some Guantanamo detainees on trial before military commissions. The high court, in a major rebuke to Bush on Thursday, said his plan was unconstitutional because the commissions were not authorized by Congress and violated international law.

The administration now is looking to Congress to give the president authority to deal with suspected terror detainees. That way forward could be long and difficult. Congress will negotiate a highly technical legal road one fraught with political implications in an election year under the scrutiny of the international community that has condemned the continued use of the Guantanamo prison.

The ruling does little to clear up the immediate future of the 450 prisoners at Guantanamo since most have never been charged with crimes and may never go to trial. Bush has been urged by European leaders to close the Guantanamo facility.
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#52038
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I 'see' now...WHY there are so many 'laws' on the books...

They have to get 'technical' for the many 'morons' out there, that don't "understand" the laws already there!

Example:
No 'texting' while driving...Basicall good
Technically - Already on books!

Reckless Driving
American Lady

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Kentucky Constitution

Preamble
We, the people of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, grateful to Almighty God for the civil, political and religious liberties we enjoy, and invoking the continuance of these blessings, do ordain and establish this Constitution.

BILL OF RIGHTS
Text as Ratified on: August 3, 1891, and revised September 28, 1891.
History: Not yet amended.

That the great and essential principles of liberty and free government may be recognized and established, we declare that:

Section 1 ... Rights of life, liberty, worship, pursuit of safety and happiness, free speech, acquiring and protecting property, peaceable assembly, redress of grievances, bearing arms.
Section 2 ... Absolute and arbitrary power denied.
Section 3 ... Men are equal -- No exclusive grant except for public services -- Property not to be exempted from taxation -- Grants revocable.
Section 4 ... Power inherent in the people -- Right to alter, reform, or abolish government.
Section 5 ... Right of religious freedom.
Section 6 ... Elections to be free and equal.
Section 7 ... Right of trial by jury.
Section 8 ... Freedom of speech and of the press.
Section 9 ... Truth may be given in evidence in prosecution for publishing matters proper for public information -- Jury to try law and facts in libel prosecutions.
Section 10 ... Security from search and seizure -- Conditions of issuance of warrant.
Section 11 ... Rights of accused in criminal prosecution -- Change of venue.
Section 12 ... Indictable offense not to be prosecuted by information -- Exceptions.
Section 13 ... Double jeopardy -- Property not to be taken for public use without compensation.
Section 14 ... Right of judicial remedy for injury -- Speedy trial.
Section 15 ... Laws to be suspended only by General Assembly.
Section 16 ... Right to bail -- Habeas corpus.
Section 17 ... Excessive bail or fine, or cruel punishment, prohibited.
Section 18 ... Imprisonment for debt restricted.
Section 19 ... Ex post facto law or law impairing contract forbidden -- Rules of construction for mineral deeds relating to coal extraction.
Section 20 ... Attainder, operation of restricted.
Section 21 ... Descent in case of suicide or casualty.
Section 22 ... Standing armies restricted -- Military subordinate to civil -- Quartering soldiers restricted.
Section 23 ... No office of nobility or hereditary distinction, or for longer than a term of years.
Section 24 ... Emigration to be free.
Section 25 ... Slavery and involuntary servitude forbidden.
Section 26 ... General powers subordinate to Bill of Rights -- Laws contrary thereto are void.

http://www.lrc.ky.gov/legresou/constitu/list1... of Rights

Kentucky Constitution
(Including Amendments Ratified at the November 2, 2004 General Election)

The Commonwealth of Kentucky was admitted into the Union as the fifteenth state in 1792. In its over two hundred years of statehood, Kentucky has had four constitutions:

The first adopted in 1792,
The second adopted in 1799,
The third adopted in 1850, and
The fourth adopted in 1891, and currently in force.

Topical Outline to the Constitution

http://www.lrc.ky.gov/legresou/constitu/intro...

Proposed
Amendment
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Kentucky
Constitution
November 6, 2012 <<<--
Personal Right
To Hunt And Fish

http://www.lrc.ky.gov/ConstAmend_PR_2012.pdf
American Lady

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Do not "overlook" this!
It is important...

Proposed
Amendment
To The
Kentucky
Constitution
November 6, 2012 <<<--
Personal Right
To Hunt And Fish

http://www.lrc.ky.gov/ConstAmend_PR_2012.pdf
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American Lady wrote:
Do not "overlook" this!
It is important...
Proposed
Amendment
To The
Kentucky
Constitution
November 6, 2012 <<<--
Personal Right
To Hunt And Fish
http://www.lrc.ky.gov/ConstAmend_PR_2012.pdf
lmfao
You stupid a-s.

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u r too funny wrote:
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Oh come now...where's all that tolerance you bigoted bleeding heart liberal nutjobs brag about? Who gives a damn if Bill has on a wedding ring or if Stewart married a man last week? What has that got to do with the price of gas in America? You are an idiot. Are we supposed to be in shock that you agree with Stewart and his ilk? Newsflash...Stewart sees this as a moneymaker. O'Reilly has had the number one cable news show for about 12 years running and has sellout shows all across America so he doesn't need the money or the ratings. He is doing Stewart a favor.
Stewart can't hold a candle to Bill when it comes to facts and real numbers. Stewart needed some publicity and O'Reilly helped him out. Yawn...
Well, the wedding ring issue of Bills x-wife or whatever and all of Limbaugh's x's, just prove to illustrate the fact that Republicans are hypocrites when it comes to moral issues!

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Who was President in 2005 and 2007? Don't think it was Obama, now was it?
Who was president when he got out of that Libyan prison?
What did that president do to allow him to leave that Libyan prison?

... well??????

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Romney's Son Signed Abortion Contract

When Mitt Romney's son Tagg and his wife had twins through a surrogate this year, the contract had a clause giving them the right to tell the woman to have an abortion. "In the event the child is determined to be physiologically, genetically or chromosomally abnormal, the decision to abort or not to abort is to be made by the intended parents," the contract states. "In such a case the surrogate agrees to abort, or not to abort, in accordance with the intended parents' decision." Mitt Romney paid some of the expenses connected with the agreement, the gossip site TMZ claims. Attorney Bill Handel claimed the clause was included in the contract by mistake.
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DBWriter wrote:
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Who was president when he got out of that Libyan prison?
What did that president do to allow him to leave that Libyan prison?
... well??????
So President Obama is in charge of Libya's Prisons?

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wtf wrote:
<quoted text>So President Obama is in charge of Libya's Prisons?
Well, when you bomb the jail keepers, what the hell do you think is going to happen?
Your idiot (supposedly) from ha-wee-wee just didn't think about that, did he?
Or, was the Libya war Obama started just like the mission to kill bin Laden when Obama didn't even have a clue it was happening?
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Speaking of Bin Laden...

Why is it that Obama is so eager to take credit for killing people he had nothing to do with but refuses to take credit for the four American deaths that he had everything to do with??

Well let's hear it wtf???
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DBWriter wrote:
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Well, when you bomb the jail keepers, what the hell do you think is going to happen?
Your idiot (supposedly) from ha-wee-wee just didn't think about that, did he?
Or, was the Libya war Obama started just like the mission to kill bin Laden when Obama didn't even have a clue it was happening?
The sign of a lazy person.
Share in the glory without any skin in the game.
Like sharing in the wealth without helping create it.
Are You Kidding

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Call Me Justin Case wrote:
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Well, the wedding ring issue of Bills x-wife or whatever and all of Limbaugh's x's, just prove to illustrate the fact that Republicans are hypocrites when it comes to moral issues!
So you are saying if you have been married more than once, you are immoral????? LMAO That would include a large majority of adult Americans and your Democrats. Why are we even talking about O'Reilly and Limbaugh????? Last I checked, Obama and Romney were running for election!!!!

You think Clinton, Reid, Pelosi, Obama, etc., etc. are moral?????

How about Obama's association with Louis Farrakhan and Reverend Wright? How about his allowing the Democratic Platform to exclude Jerusalem as the capital of Israel? How about meeting a week before the UN General Assembly meeting with Jay-Z and Beyonce rather than Netanyahu at a time when the Middle East is a tinder box?

When Obama has done so much wrong and our country is broke and downgraded how can you talk about trust? Obama has lost our trust. Romney won it at the Salt Lake City Olympics, as a job creator and as a Governor. Obama has already earned out distrust.
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Call Me Justin Case wrote:
Romney's Son Signed Abortion Contract
When Mitt Romney's son Tagg and his wife had twins through a surrogate this year, the contract had a clause giving them the right to tell the woman to have an abortion. "In the event the child is determined to be physiologically, genetically or chromosomally abnormal, the decision to abort or not to abort is to be made by the intended parents," the contract states. "In such a case the surrogate agrees to abort, or not to abort, in accordance with the intended parents' decision." Mitt Romney paid some of the expenses connected with the agreement, the gossip site TMZ claims. Attorney Bill Handel claimed the clause was included in the contract by mistake.
This is totally ridiculous. So what? It is a clause which gives the "intended parents", the Romney's the choice. It certainly does NOT mean they would have chosen abortion!!!!

You have to dig this deep to find something you perceive as negative?

The key here is per your post "the gossip site TMZ claims". Who cares what a Romney son would do? I am not voting on his son and his son has done nothing wrong anyway.

Get a grip!!!!!

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