'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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Debunking Glenn Beck & Anti Ron Paul Propaganda
Oh it's true,Hell they done it on national television in front of millions of viewers,Didn't you watch the debates???
Of course the Debates are rigged and phony.

Both sides like it that way.

Divide and Conquer our ignorant masses.

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No Debate: How the Republican and Democratic Parties Secretly Control the Presidential Debates / http://tinyurl.com/4q5vf8 / October 2, 2008
The Obama and McCain campaigns jointly negotiated a detailed, secret contract dictating the terms of all the 2008 debates. This includes who gets to participate as well as the topics raised during the debates. We speak to Open Debates founder and executive director George Farah.
Whats missing however is any concern about the fairness of the very structure of the debate. The Obama and McCain campaigns jointly negotiated a detailed contract dictating the terms of all the 2008 debates. This includes who gets to participate as well as the topics raised during the debates. But the contract remains secret and the Commission on Presidential Debates, a private corporation created by the two major parties, has refused to release the contract to the public.
Open Debates is a non-profit committed to democratizing the presidential debate process. Last month Open Debates and nine other pro-democracy groups called on the Commission to make the contract public.
http://www.democracynow.org/2008/10/2/no_deba...
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We need to rid ourselves of such as 'wtf'. Placating has not helped. 'report abuse'.
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Thanks TOFY,now I am a Repub.or vote both ways when it seems the better person,but the list provided,seems we all have benefited from most,yet some as always,get a little too ambitious.
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OBAMIES ZOMBIES wrote:
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Yes R...heart palpitations, allergies, flu like symptoms, antibiotics not working, blood in the urine, eye problems, insomnia, lung disease, short term memory loss, and so many other symptoms ..
University were I'm going, doctors can't explain so many illness ...
My cardiologist can't explain my heart palpitations, getting 2 different kind of medications and there is no reason for it. I have very clean arteries ...very healthy heart muscle. Heart rate sometimes over 160 which is not normal.
Around my friend's house dead bees...don't remember last time we seen ladybug ...black widow spiders inside people's homes. Echo system it's screwed up...
This is really bad and it's getting worse with heavy spraying daily...it's always before the rain...
I wonder if this also involves the libs plan to stop people from growing their own crops. If this Admin. can control the food intake of people, they can control the people.

“"Who's happier than me?"”

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Thanks TOFY,now I am a Repub.or vote both ways when it seems the better person,but the list provided,seems we all have benefited from most,yet some as always,get a little too ambitious.
Yes whitehair, as bad as politics are. This Nation has the best form of government ever devised, and the world it self could not function without our economy, so no one would benefit from our destruction. I know that certain extremist would relish that, if it were to happen. But neither democrats nor republicans want bad things for this country we just disagree on the course we should use.
I think that's a pretty healthy approach, but you are correct about ambition and overreach. They're people who just crave power always have been!
I love this country whitehair, and I love people. I think diversity
is good thing and should be embraced, no one can stand alone, it's strange but when a disaster hits...it doesn't seem to matter about your neighbors politics or ethnicity, we all just come together and help one another. As it should be!
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Reality - in Arizona there is a lung disease called "Valley Fever." It's very dangerous if you get it and can make you deathly sick. It lives in the ground, in the dust, and is ok if you don't stir it up. When the building boom happened about 8 years ago, they were digging up the ground a lot. The dust in the air inhaled by those who are vulnerable can settle in the lung and cause this disease. Residents told us wild animals, and domestic pets die frequently from Valley Fever because they dig in the ground. When this boom was going on, it also unleashed masses or scorpions which people began to get in their garages and homes. My family moved from there to here and one of them asked a doctor is they ever treat what they call Valley Fever here in the mid-south. One medical person said, "Never heard of it." But it is way too common out there.
Once you get the spore in your lung, and you heal, it will always be there. I know because a relative of mine got Valley Fever. So, what are they doing out West in the air is anybody's guess, but if I lived there I'd sure try and find out.
These spores had to get in the soil someway. The spores just all of sudden appeared. This was not a problem decades ago, was it?

This would spike up the profits for pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, doctors and don't forget, the lawyers.

Thank you for the info, did not know this.
Hmmmm, maybe this another reason to shut down the internet as the Obama Admin. wanted---people will not be able to communicate info such as this.
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NAACP Chief: Unemployment Worse for Blacks Under Obama
"Ben Jealous, CEO and president of the NAACP, said on Sunday that the unemployment rate for blacks is worse now than when President Barack Obama first took office.
“Right now when you look at joblessness in this country – the country is pretty much back to where it was when this president started. White people in this country are doing a bit better. Black folks are doing a full point worse,” Jealous said during MSNBC’s Meet the Press.
When Obama took office, the unemployment rate for blacks was 12.7 percent, according to Politic365.com . In December, it was 14 percent. The national unemployment rate is 8 percent.
The worst month for black unemployment was 16.7 percent in September 2011, the Washington Times reports, the worst it has ever been since 1983."
http://www.newsmax.com/US/jealous-blacks-unem...
They still voted for Obama, just because of his race.

Black was all they saw, what a shame.
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These spores had to get in the soil someway. The spores just all of sudden appeared. This was not a problem decades ago, was it?
This would spike up the profits for pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, doctors and don't forget, the lawyers.
Thank you for the info, did not know this.
Hmmmm, maybe this another reason to shut down the internet as the Obama Admin. wanted---people will not be able to communicate info such as this.
Hi R...if you have a chance watch on cable "MONSTERS INSIDE ME"...all about parasites, bacterias, illness, very informative ...real people!
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Hi R...if you have a chance watch on cable "MONSTERS INSIDE ME"...all about parasites, bacterias, illness, very informative ...real people!
Will do. Thanks.
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Will do. Thanks.
Welcome!
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<quoted text>Yes whitehair, as bad as politics are. This Nation has the best form of government ever devised, and the world it self could not function without our economy, so no one would benefit from our destruction. I know that certain extremist would relish that, if it were to happen. But neither democrats nor republicans want bad things for this country we just disagree on the course we should use.
I think that's a pretty healthy approach, but you are correct about ambition and overreach. They're people who just crave power always have been!
I love this country whitehair, and I love people. I think diversity
is good thing and should be embraced, no one can stand alone, it's strange but when a disaster hits...it doesn't seem to matter about your neighbors politics or ethnicity, we all just come together and help one another. As it should be!
Being aware of that fact; would you follow a political party who learns from failed policies or on that learns from history?
A Jackass is stubborn, an elephant never forgets!
If you follow the Jackass you are DOOMED to repeat the failures od socialism, if toy follow the Elephant you may avoid falling into the same mistakes of history.

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Being aware of that fact; would you follow a political party who learns from failed policies or on that learns from history?
A Jackass is stubborn, an elephant never forgets!
If you follow the Jackass you are DOOMED to repeat the failures od socialism, if toy follow the Elephant you may avoid falling into the same mistakes of history.
We are a Republic and that republic derives it's governance through Democracy.
At no point in our nations history can you point to and say socialism was the controlling institution. Never happened, never will, as we are a market-based society through which you and I and everyone can achieve our potential.
As for your metaphor...About following a jackass or an elephant,seems to me the logical choice would be the jackass,for no other reason than there would be a whole lot less excrement to walk through!
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<quoted text>We are a Republic and that republic derives it's governance through Democracy.
At no point in our nations history can you point to and say socialism was the controlling institution. Never happened, never will, as we are a market-based society through which you and I and everyone can achieve our potential.
As for your metaphor...About following a jackass or an elephant,seems to me the logical choice would be the jackass,for no other reason than there would be a whole lot less excrement to walk through!
No, we are a Republic that derives its governance from the US Constitution.
The US Constitution has jurisdiction over all branches of the government and all branches must adhere to its law.
Even the USSC can be overruled by the Constitution.
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<quoted text>You Repubs have been HAD on the Drill Baby Drill. What has happened is Exxon is EXPORTING US oil at a 70 year record pace. The more the US produces the more Exxon and Shell will send to China. Only thing more US oil does is make profit for oil companies. It's NOT staying in America !!!!!!!!!!
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Report on 2012 Production: Domestic output grew by a record 766,000 barrels a day to the highest level in 15 years, government data show, putting the nation on pace to surpass Saudi Arabia as the world’s largest producer by 2020. Net petroleum imports have fallen by more than 38 percent since the 2005 peak and now account for 41 percent of demand, down from 60 percent seven years ago, moving the U.S. closer to energy independence than it has been in decades.
More that one factor is involved here.The oil companies,so they say,only earn about 4 % on investment.Not what you would call great.The reason for drilling is to allow this Nation to have it`s own,produce it`s own,selling only excess,and if possible go to the point of rebating to the people any possible money for use of the Countries fossil fuel and withdrawal of same.(limited amount available)Same as the Eastern Countries do.Now if the gov`t could sell to China,maybe offset our debt?The real problem with Obama and his environmental group is they don`t want us to use fossil fuel,even when the ethanol fouls the engines of our autos here.
In other words,there are a good many ways to look at this problem,and the best way,in my opinion,is to do what is best for the people and the Country<NOW!

We could refine our own,sell only excess.Gasoline price could be lower as well.The problem still is refusal to do what is in front of the face to get the best results for the Nation.
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The price of oil should be regulated at $35.00 per barrel inside the US borders, this would stop all speculators and bring gas prices down where they should be $1.65 a gallon.
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...right, gasoline in So. CA is $3.75+/ gal.
Our politicians don't pay for gas, we pay...they don't care!
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Tofy, nobody is knocking the Democrats of old! It's this NEW set of "liberal minds" that are the ruination of the Dem Party! Back then Congress STILL worked together! Now a days the liberals HOLLER "it's OUR way or the highway!"

Most everyone liked IKE!
Can you say the SAME about the 0? NO!

OWL Gore of 'today' is NOTHING like his Father!

THAT is the "problem" of today's Dem's, most were/are riding on their families **COAT TAILS ... NOT making their name for themselves ... Clinton WAS/IS one of the BIGGEST crooks this Nation has EVER seen! Tho you guys STILL think he was GREAT!

Go "behind-the-scenes" and CHECK where the media did NOT tell the TRUTH about him, just the HIGH and good points! It was Newt Gingrich's Speaker term that balanced C's BUDGETS![1]

Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956: Creating the Interstate System

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Interstate Highway System

Persons traveling through the United States today may find it difficult to imagine our country without the Eisenhower Interstate Highway System. It was not until June 29, 1956, when President Eisenhower signed the Federal Aid Highway Act, that interstate highways began to meet the challenge of the growing number of automobiles on the nation’s highways. While in Europe during World War II General Eisenhower viewed the ease of travel on the German autobahns. That, coupled with the experiences of a young Lt. Col. Eisenhower in the 1919 Transcontinental Convoy, convinced the President of the overwhelming need for safer and speedier highways. The President also felt that the newer, multi-lane highways were essential to a strong national defense.

http://www.eisenhower.archives.gov/research/o...

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http://www.lvrj.com/news/political-parties-lo...

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http://www.biography.com/people/newt-gingrich...
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<quoted text>No, we are a Republic that derives its governance from the US Constitution.
The US Constitution has jurisdiction over all branches of the government and all branches must adhere to its law.
Even the USSC can be overruled by the Constitution.
No other future Supreme Court or any court is allowed to use Bush v Gore as precedent. Bush is truly an illegitimate President. http://tinyurl.com/2ps3e3
George W. Bush's January 20, 2001 inauguration was unconstitutional. This isn't because Bush lost the popular vote. Nor is it because he lost Florida and thus the electoral vote. The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to hear the Florida recount lawsuit, Bush v. Gore, violated the U.S. Constitution. It's a states' rights issue. Elections fall under state law; the highest court that may resolve a legal challenge about an election is a state supreme court. The U.S. Supreme Court--a federal body--didn't have jurisdiction in the case.
http://yalelawjournal.org/2006/11/07/flanders...

Has Bush v. Gore Become the Case That Must Not Be Named?
August 15, 2006 / http://tinyurl.com/qbx2s
At a law school Supreme Court conference that I attended last fall, there was a panel on “The Rehnquist Court.” No one mentioned Bush v. Gore, the most historic case of William Rehnquist’s time as chief justice, and during the Q. and A. no one asked about it. When I asked a prominent law professor about this strange omission, he told me he had been invited to participate in another Rehnquist retrospective, and was told in advance that Bush v. Gore would not be discussed.
The ruling that stopped the Florida recount and handed the presidency to George W. Bush is disappearing down the legal world’s version of the memory hole, the slot where, in George Orwell’s “1984,” government workers disposed of politically inconvenient records. The Supreme Court has not cited it once since it was decided, and when Justice Antonin Scalia, who loves to hold forth on court precedents, was asked about it at a forum earlier this year, he snapped,“Come on, get over it.”
There is a legal argument for pushing Bush v. Gore aside. The majority opinion announced that the ruling was “limited to the present circumstances” and could not be cited as precedent. But many legal scholars insisted at the time that this assertion was itself dictum — the part of a legal opinion that is nonbinding — and illegitimate, because under the doctrine of stare decisis, courts cannot make rulings whose reasoning applies only to a single case.
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/15/opinion/15t...
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Listen to ignorant Bush in his own words:

On “Meet the Press,” Bush said,“I put in my time, proudly so.” When pressed by Russert on why news reporters who previously investigated the charge could find no records of his Alabama service, Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

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Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

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There may be no evidence,

When asked why he served less than the six-year commitment, Bush responded,“I was going to Harvard Business School and worked it out with the military.”

MILITARY 101:

The military releases individuals for the convenience of the military, NOT FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL ( e.g., so someone could attend business school).

Because the 111th FIS had a need for pilots at the time Bush was discharged, and because his early release could not have been for his own convenience, there must have been a reason the military could no longer use the services of Dumbya Bush.

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Bush defends military service record in NBC interview /
President also backs Tenet, war against Iraq
http://tinyurl.com/2zyjug Feb. 9, 2004

President Bush defended his service in the National Guard during an interview aired Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” and offered to produce evidence to counter allegations raised by political opponents that he was AWOL for a time in 1972.

On “Meet the Press,” Bush said,“I put in my time, proudly so.” When pressed by Russert on why news reporters who previously investigated the charge could find no records of his Alabama service, Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

In other words, you don’t just say ‘I did something’ without there being verification. Military doesn’t work that way. I got an honorable discharge, and I did show up in Alabama.” http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4209283/
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No other future Supreme Court or any court is allowed to use Bush v Gore as precedent. Bush is truly an illegitimate President. http://tinyurl.com/2ps3e3
George W. Bush's January 20, 2001 inauguration was unconstitutional. This isn't because Bush lost the popular vote. Nor is it because he lost Florida and thus the electoral vote. The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to hear the Florida recount lawsuit, Bush v. Gore, violated the U.S. Constitution. It's a states' rights issue. Elections fall under state law; the highest court that may resolve a legal challenge about an election is a state supreme court. The U.S. Supreme Court--a federal body--didn't have jurisdiction in the case.
http://yalelawjournal.org/2006/11/07/flanders...
Has Bush v. Gore Become the Case That Must Not Be Named?
August 15, 2006 / http://tinyurl.com/qbx2s
At a law school Supreme Court conference that I attended last fall, there was a panel on “The Rehnquist Court.” No one mentioned Bush v. Gore, the most historic case of William Rehnquist’s time as chief justice, and during the Q. and A. no one asked about it. When I asked a prominent law professor about this strange omission, he told me he had been invited to participate in another Rehnquist retrospective, and was told in advance that Bush v. Gore would not be discussed.
The ruling that stopped the Florida recount and handed the presidency to George W. Bush is disappearing down the legal world’s version of the memory hole, the slot where, in George Orwell’s “1984,” government workers disposed of politically inconvenient records. The Supreme Court has not cited it once since it was decided, and when Justice Antonin Scalia, who loves to hold forth on court precedents, was asked about it at a forum earlier this year, he snapped,“Come on, get over it.”
There is a legal argument for pushing Bush v. Gore aside. The majority opinion announced that the ruling was “limited to the present circumstances” and could not be cited as precedent. But many legal scholars insisted at the time that this assertion was itself dictum — the part of a legal opinion that is nonbinding — and illegitimate, because under the doctrine of stare decisis, courts cannot make rulings whose reasoning applies only to a single case.
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/15/opinion/15t...
You can't get more illegitimate than Obama, he isn't even a citizen of the USA.

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