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Woman's head stepped on by Rand Paul supporters

There are 26319 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Oct 26, 2010, titled Woman's head stepped on by Rand Paul supporters. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Supporters of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul wrestled a woman to the ground and one stepped on her head after she tried to confront the candidate in Kentucky.

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LMS

Greenbrier, AR

#32972 Jul 8, 2014
Area Resident wrote:
But tell me, after all this discussion, can we agree that stepping on a democrats head is construed as normal. I mean what else are they good for?
Yes MOD.
LMS

Perry, AR

#32973 Jul 8, 2014
Area Resident wrote:
But tell me, after all this discussion, can we agree that stepping on a democrats head is construed as normal. I mean what else are they good for?
Don't tell anyone but I would love to do it!
commercial

Hyden, KY

#32978 Jul 8, 2014
Area Resident wrote:
But tell me, after all this discussion, can we agree that stepping on a democrats head is construed as normal. I mean what else are they good for?
a gay supper will be served on aug 30 11 am ,at the tea party ranch in Texas ,all repub's are welcome.
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#32980 Jul 9, 2014
We need a president that will do what is best for our country. Is Rand that guy?
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#32981 Jul 9, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
We need a president that will do what is best for our country. Is Rand that guy?
Will Sarah Palin be that gal?
Educated Hillbilly

Owensboro, KY

#32982 Jul 10, 2014
Aint no way a facist nazi like Rand Paul and win against a liberal fisically conserative Democrat like Hillary Clinton
voting taxpayer

Central City, KY

#32983 Jul 10, 2014
redeemer wrote:
<quoted text> Will Sarah Palin be that gal?
No, and we don't need Hillary either !

Since: Jul 12

Spring, TX

#32985 Jul 10, 2014
Educated Hillbilly wrote:
Aint no way a facist nazi like Rand Paul and win against a liberal fisically conserative Democrat like Hillary Clinton
Better change your name, Hillbilly. The first name is deceptive. The word "fascism" comes from a Greek word meaning to tie several sticks together to hold an ax head. Rand Paul, though I'm not sure of him yet, is anything but a fascist. As for Hillary, she is the farthest thing in the world from a fiscal conservative. I suspect that you really know this, and are only pulling our legs. Anyway, have a nice day, my friend!
IND

Hyden, KY

#32987 Jul 10, 2014
BIG_STEVIE wrote:
<quoted text>
Better change your name, Hillbilly. The first name is deceptive. The word "fascism" comes from a Greek word meaning to tie several sticks together to hold an ax head. Rand Paul, though I'm not sure of him yet, is anything but a fascist. As for Hillary, she is the farthest thing in the world from a fiscal conservative. I suspect that you really know this, and are only pulling our legs. Anyway, have a nice day, my friend!
the latest pole taken Ran Paul has a 2 point lead on all the rest of the repub choices for presidents .he is at 12 % the rest at 10%.so far Hillary is the top choice among the dem's.for their choice she about 87% ahead the rest.in her party.
Poles

Owensboro, KY

#32988 Jul 10, 2014
BIG_STEVIE wrote:
<quoted text>
Better change your name, Hillbilly. The first name is deceptive. The word "fascism" comes from a Greek word meaning to tie several sticks together to hold an ax head. Rand Paul, though I'm not sure of him yet, is anything but a fascist. As for Hillary, she is the farthest thing in the world from a fiscal conservative. I suspect that you really know this, and are only pulling our legs. Anyway, have a nice day, my friend!
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/...
Hillbilly

Owensboro, KY

#32989 Jul 10, 2014
BIG_STEVIE wrote:
<quoted text>
Better change your name, Hillbilly. The first name is deceptive. The word "fascism" comes from a Greek word meaning to tie several sticks together to hold an ax head. Rand Paul, though I'm not sure of him yet, is anything but a fascist. As for Hillary, she is the farthest thing in the world from a fiscal conservative. I suspect that you really know this, and are only pulling our legs. Anyway, have a nice day, my friend!
Yeah I probably shouldn't have called him a nazi. I support the democrats. Here is one defination of fascism

any right-wing nationalist ideology or movement with an authoritarian and hierarchical structure that is fundamentally opposed to democracy and liberalism

Since: Jul 12

Spring, TX

#32993 Jul 11, 2014
IND wrote:
<quoted text>the latest pole taken Ran Paul has a 2 point lead on all the rest of the repub choices for presidents .he is at 12 % the rest at 10%.so far Hillary is the top choice among the dem's.for their choice she about 87% ahead the rest.in her party.
Then Rand Paul is doing better than I was aware of, and good for him. As for Hillary, well, we're just going to have to deal with her, and hope that the Democrats are unable to stuff ballot boxes, like they did with Obama, and don't have to see people like that woman from Cleveland, I think, whose video clip went viral, with her saying gleefully, "I voted for Obama six times, and two or three of my friends did the same thing, AND I got me an Obamaphone, too!" If we were to have a truly FAIR AND HONEST election, the Democrats would not stand a chance, either in the upcoming mid-term elections, and the general election of 2016, what with high percentages of the American public identifying themselves as conservatives or, at least, moderate. Thank you for that information, my friend, and I hope you have a wonderful day!

Since: Jul 12

Spring, TX

#32994 Jul 11, 2014
Poles wrote:
I notice that this "poll" did not include any truly viable opponents, against Clinton. None of the Republicans mentioned have much of a chance, at least at this time, of beating anybody. This is not surprising, considering the web page that collected these results. Although I have no idea who will emerge, as the Republican candidate, I would be willing to bet you $1,000, right here and right now, that the Republican candidate will not be any of these people. Good try, but you'll have to do better than that, my friend, but you have a great day, anyway!

*My favorite, Ted Cruz, will not run or, at least, I hope he doesn't. I want him to get at least another Senate term under his belt, and then he will be more viable. I do think that, at some point, he will be President, some day, though.

Since: Jul 12

Spring, TX

#32995 Jul 11, 2014
Hillbilly wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah I probably shouldn't have called him a nazi. I support the democrats. Here is one defination of fascism
any right-wing nationalist ideology or movement with an authoritarian and hierarchical structure that is fundamentally opposed to democracy and liberalism
Yes, my friend, but as I remember, the Nazis were always referred to as "right wing," but that definitions does not hold any weight, anymore. If anything, the right wing are opposed to some kinds of changes, and want the things that made this country great to remain in place. I wish that the opposition would look up, and read, the platform of the Republican Party as a whole but, more in keeping with modern times, the Tea Party. Then, you would see the true meaning of "right wing," as it applies to these times. There is very little, if anything, that anyone who loves this country can disagree with. Also, I would like to thank you, my friend, for being open to discussion. Most Democrats I speak with eventually lose their temper and storm off. You are very much appreciated because I believe that, under it all, we all love this country, but only disagree on how to turn it around and make it even greater. Have a wonderful day!
BCB

Richmond, KY

#32996 Jul 11, 2014
BIG_STEVIE wrote:
<quoted text>
Then Rand Paul is doing better than I was aware of, and good for him. As for Hillary, well, we're just going to have to deal with her, and hope that the Democrats are unable to stuff ballot boxes, like they did with Obama, and don't have to see people like that woman from Cleveland, I think, whose video clip went viral, with her saying gleefully, "I voted for Obama six times, and two or three of my friends did the same thing, AND I got me an Obamaphone, too!" If we were to have a truly FAIR AND HONEST election, the Democrats would not stand a chance, either in the upcoming mid-term elections, and the general election of 2016, what with high percentages of the American public identifying themselves as conservatives or, at least, moderate. Thank you for that information, my friend, and I hope you have a wonderful day!
before thinking of what or who will win.think of what your congress.is doing for you.Answer Nothing?all so far they know how to do is cry pout an blame.an continue to lose.because they Refuse to understand an learn.what the American people.Expect from them.Go Figure?
Poles

Owensboro, KY

#33005 Jul 13, 2014
BIG_STEVIE wrote:
<quoted text>
I notice that this "poll" did not include any truly viable opponents, against Clinton. None of the Republicans mentioned have much of a chance, at least at this time, of beating anybody. This is not surprising, considering the web page that collected these results. Although I have no idea who will emerge, as the Republican candidate, I would be willing to bet you $1,000, right here and right now, that the Republican candidate will not be any of these people. Good try, but you'll have to do better than that, my friend, but you have a great day, anyway!
*My favorite, Ted Cruz, will not run or, at least, I hope he doesn't. I want him to get at least another Senate term under his belt, and then he will be more viable. I do think that, at some point, he will be President, some day, though.
It's about a year and a half until the first presidential primaries and a lot could happen between now and then. But I think Clinton will be very hard to beat if she runs. Even if there's a bad economy, a terror attack, or another war

Since: Jul 12

Spring, TX

#33007 Jul 14, 2014
Poles wrote:
<quoted text>
It's about a year and a half until the first presidential primaries and a lot could happen between now and then. But I think Clinton will be very hard to beat if she runs. Even if there's a bad economy, a terror attack, or another war
For the sake of the country, I sure hope that you are wrong, my friend! Have a great day!
shhesh

United States

#33013 Jul 14, 2014
seriously..... how much brighter would your life be if you never mentioned politics again? its like dwelling on an ex for the next 40 yrs of your life! no one else cares, regardless of your opinion
Just me

Stanford, KY

#33018 Jul 18, 2014
Rand doesn't seem presidential.
LIbEralS

Minneapolis, MN

#33020 Jul 18, 2014
Just me wrote:
Rand doesn't seem presidential.
I agree - as long as you are comparing him to the current president. I doubt that Rand could act as poorly as Obama.

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