'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

"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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Nita

Ashland, KY

#46165 Aug 23, 2012
Wiccan wrote:
All the politicians are the same full of it. They lye like dogs to get elected. This country going down hill and won't stop until God says enough and every thing comes to a end. I'm thinking about writing in a name this election. All politicians are Myers just out for the money. None of them care for the people.
Are you a real Wiccan?I didn't think Wiccans believed in God. I thought that was " Mother Earth" they believed in. I'm serious, I would love to know.
Jay

Paris, TN

#46166 Aug 23, 2012
TSF wrote:
Republicans declaring rape "legitimate". republicans disenfranchising voters, Twitt lying about his taxes, republicans cutting hungry childrens lunch programs so they can give themselves tax breaks, drunken republicans skinny dipping in the Sea of Galilee at a Christian Holy site, Now, a hurricane headed toward their convention. Coincidence?
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Some ignoramus thinking with half his brain cells makes a stupid comment and the whole Republican party is suddenly declaring rape legitimate? Are you friggin serious? What a stupid statement!!! So, Joe Biden makes hundred's of stupid statements all the time, does this mean we can hold the whole Democratic party liable and agree they are all on the same thinking plane???

Guess so, according to you!

So you think there's some miraculous God's plan to send a hurricane toward the convention? Use your head and before you talk nonsense and make yourself look like a jerk, please think, then delete!!
Syl

Ashland, KY

#46167 Aug 23, 2012
poorboy wrote:
conway and paul suck bush got us in all this trouble and obma is haveing to fix it all that the problem with this world if they would all work togather we would be fine but it all about power and who has it its just bull shit we all suffer because they want power
Oh........poor baby. Obama that is.He puts in long hard days on the the golf course working his little buns off.
john

Perris, CA

#46168 Aug 23, 2012
potter wrote:
I still think Obama is abetter choice than Romney.And yes I know the house of the rising sun, first song my father taught me how to play on guitar.
...so you choose socialism? so you understand what that means?
Jay

Paris, TN

#46169 Aug 23, 2012
Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Montana remains Romney country.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Montana Voters shows Mitt Romney earning 55% support to President Obama’s 38%. Four percent (4%) prefer some other candidate in the race, and another four percent (4%) are undecided.(To see survey question wording, click here.)

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_conten...
potter

Diamondhead, MS

#46173 Aug 23, 2012
Dear John, well maybe since im in the mood for ,socialism,communism, Totalitarianism, subsistenance pig farming, Somali pirates and economic ruin today, I might vote Romney. I cant really make up my mind today.
Romney 2013

Glasgow, KY

#46175 Aug 23, 2012
potter wrote:
Dear John, well maybe since im in the mood for ,socialism,communism, Totalitarianism, subsistenance pig farming, Somali pirates and economic ruin today, I might vote Romney. I cant really make up my mind today.
Quit frontin', you know you are a total Obamoron and we know who you will vote for in November. Got to keep that check comin' don't ya? You won't bite the hand that feeds you. Thank God you ARE the minority now.
rcv 4978

Bellevue, WA

#46176 Aug 23, 2012
My point is I loooooooove debates.
potter

Diamondhead, MS

#46177 Aug 23, 2012
American Lady,Thank you for letting everyone know why Obama has such a hard time getting anything passed.
the majority

Glasgow, KY

#46178 Aug 23, 2012
potter wrote:
American Lady,Thank you for letting everyone know why Obama has such a hard time getting anything passed.
Oh great, just what this forum needs, another crybaby teenybopper with "I know you are but what am I" comments. Thank goodness somebody is stopping Obama from passing his brain farts. Look at the few things he has passed, how much they have cost, no positive results so you can only imagine what kind of "unfixable" mess our country would be in if they hadn't of stopped him from putting more failed Obama policies into place. Congress (republicans) have kept Obama's damage to a minimum and what damage Obama has actually done can easily be "unfunded" in 2013.
potter

Diamondhead, MS

#46179 Aug 23, 2012
I will vote for Obama.I've worked all my life and I don't receive a check or any handout from the government.I guess I am a minority ? American Indian, German, and Irish. A mixed race.
Tea Party Republican

Abingdon, VA

#46180 Aug 24, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
Damn right Bubba, and now we find out his secret plans to relocate all white people to Kenya and we won't stand for it let's all grab our guns and march on Washington to take it down, will you lead us?
Damn Frank, you have a good idea; for once!
Morons4Mitt

Russellville, KY

#46181 Aug 24, 2012
the majority wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh great, just what this forum needs, another crybaby teenybopper with "I know you are but what am I" comments. Thank goodness somebody is stopping Obama from passing his brain farts. Look at the few things he has passed, how much they have cost, no positive results so you can only imagine what kind of "unfixable" mess our country would be in if they hadn't of stopped him from putting more failed Obama policies into place. Congress (republicans) have kept Obama's damage to a minimum and what damage Obama has actually done can easily be "unfunded" in 2013.
You need to look at what the Repubs block before you cheer them on. Here's the latest one.
.
Senate Republicans filibustered the Brings Jobs Home Act Thursday. The bill, which would eliminate incentives for companies to move jobs overseas and create incentives to bring jobs to the United States from overseas, was blocked by 42 Republicans; Scott Brown and Olympia Snowe voted with Democrats to advance it.
.Under current law, companies can deduct the cost of moving people and equipment overseas from their taxes. S. 3364 would have eliminated that deduction, and created a new 20 percent tax credit for all costs associated with moving overseas jobs back to America.
Morons4Mitt

Russellville, KY

#46182 Aug 24, 2012
Repubs in Congress and the Senate number one job according to them is to have Obama fail. Even if it hurts America in doing so.
Morons4Mitt

Russellville, KY

#46183 Aug 24, 2012
. As Reid pointed out, "It's no surprise Republicans are on the side of corporations making big bucks sending American jobs to China and India. After all, their presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, made a fortune outsourcing jobs, too."
Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#46184 Aug 24, 2012
Morons4Mitt wrote:
Repubs in Congress and the Senate number one job according to them is to have Obama fail. Even if it hurts America in doing so.
Dims control the Senate. Care to explain why Harry won't bring anything passed by the House up for vote?
Hey

Ashland, KY

#46186 Aug 24, 2012
WASHINGTON (AP)— Republican delegates will begin the roll call vote to officially nominate Mitt Romney for president on Monday at the national convention in Tampa, which could allow Romney to accept the GOP nomination earlier in the week than has occurred at previous conventions.

The formal presidential nomination process will begin earlier than past years in part because of concerns about supporters of libertarian Texas Rep. Ron Paul, Republican officials said Thursday.

Still trying to silence Ron Paul(PATHETIC)!!!
wtf

Winchester, KY

#46187 Aug 24, 2012
Nutz wrote:
<quoted text>
Dims control the Senate. Care to explain why Harry won't bring anything passed by the House up for vote?
Because House Republicans are idiots.
Uncle Tab

United States

#46188 Aug 24, 2012
Morons4Mitt wrote:
<quoted text>You need to look at what the Repubs block before you cheer them on. Here's the latest one.
.
Senate Republicans filibustered the Brings Jobs Home Act Thursday. The bill, which would eliminate incentives for companies to move jobs overseas and create incentives to bring jobs to the United States from overseas, was blocked by 42 Republicans; Scott Brown and Olympia Snowe voted with Democrats to advance it.
.Under current law, companies can deduct the cost of moving people and equipment overseas from their taxes. S. 3364 would have eliminated that deduction, and created a new 20 percent tax credit for all costs associated with moving overseas jobs back to America.
Talk about unamrrican!!! Don't really know why there's a republican party.... Nothing but greed Nd stupidity!
Hey

Ashland, KY

#46189 Aug 24, 2012
Why would they give a damn about a 20% tax credit for moving expenses to come back when they are currently getting what 80% Labor discounts where they are and don't have to move sh!t??

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