'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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"FREEDOM FROM WAR":
"THE UNITED STATES PROGRAM
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IN A PEACEFUL WORLD"
Read this section carefully
**DISARMAMENT GOAL AND OBJECTIVES**
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Disarmament Series 5
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Not much of a plan if 53 years later it still hasn't been done. Get back with us in another 53 years and we'll give it another look.

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When local Information News Distributors start buying content from independent news package producers, the MSM nationalNetworks will lose their power.
The SPIN monsters will continue to prowl NYC and Washington DC with access to the 'pretty' faces, for a while.
Credibility and Truth may begin to matter again.
They will eventually do so more and more each day precisely because credibility and truth still matter to many as the numbers of those that believe in truth increase every day and appear to be accelerating.
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Hi OZ....so glad your son did well. There's nothing more precious than our children!
Thank you Jay...!!
Small or grownups, they're our children...yes, you do everything you can for them...!!

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<quoted text>You post the words of what some Libs would like to do. Let me post for you the actual Laws of what was done by Repubs.
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Reagan's administration passed more restrictive gun laws than any other administration (including the dubiously-named "Firearm Protection Act of 1986 which banned citizens owning automatic weapons without special permission)
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It was President George Bush, Sr. who banned the import of "assault weapons" in 1989, and promoted the view that Americans should only be allowed to own weapons suitable for "sporting purposes."
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It was Governor Ronald Reagan of California who signed the Mulford Act in 1967, "prohibiting the carrying of firearms on one's person or in a vehicle, in any public place or on any public street."
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Republican mayor Rudolph Giuliani of New York City, whose administration sued 26 gun manufacturers in June 2000.
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New York State Governor George Pataki, on August 10, 2000, signed into law what The New York Times called "the nation?s strictest gun controls," a radical program mandating trigger locks, background checks at gun shows and "ballistic fingerprinting" of guns sold in the state. It also raised the legal age to buy a handgun to 21 and banned "assault weapons," the sale or possession of which would now be punishable by seven years in prison.
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The ominous Assault Weapons Ban that passed in 1994 was a key part of H.R. 3355, The Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994.
Number of Democrats voting for the AWB: 50/53 (94.3%)
Number of Republicans voting for the AWB: 45/47 (95.7%)
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White House Seeks to Bypass Congress to Lift Iran Sanctions... so much for the division of powers and the constitution. Obama acts like he wants to be bounced. Since the world laughs and his flying in circles and accomplishing nothing, he now is board with the job........till the next golfing trip.
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<quoted text>White House Seeks to Bypass Congress to Lift Iran Sanctions... so much for the division of powers and the constitution. Obama acts like he wants to be bounced. Since the world laughs and his flying in circles and accomplishing nothing, he now is board with the job........till the next golfing trip.
It's not just the President. It's all of Washington. Elected officials get up there and join forces with the money people and do not do what's best for the people. They are afraid they will lose their next election or ruffle a few millionaire feathers. Any president is limited in what he can do until the democrats and republicans decide to work together.

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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>White House Seeks to Bypass Congress to Lift Iran Sanctions... so much for the division of powers and the constitution. Obama acts like he wants to be bounced. Since the world laughs and his flying in circles and accomplishing nothing, he now is board with the job........till the next golfing trip.
And this had what to do with my post on Repub gun laws?
Blah, Blah, Blah,,,, the world laughing at Obama, Blah, Blah, Blah,,,, I know you Repubs would like to see the great leadership of Bush back so all the world could once again be so amazed at the US. How's that democracy thing going in Iraq and Afghanistan that Bush started?
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I know

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It's not just the President. It's all of Washington. Elected officials get up there and join forces with the money people and do not do what's best for the people. They are afraid they will lose their next election or ruffle a few millionaire feathers. Any president is limited in what he can do until the democrats and republicans decide to work together.
Neither party is working in the citizens'interest in general.
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You pill head pos.
So what dumChit ... a lil typo while sleepy ...

Got anything more trivial to jump on me for?

Everything you do it for is trivial ...
CUZ
you don't mean "diddly squat" to me

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Got THAT?

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The snow is *Beautiful*...
I have been out 'playing' in it :)
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Thank you Jay...!!
Small or grownups, they're our children...yes, you do everything you can for them...!!
Yes you will Z.
Even die for THEM <3

IF that's what it takes to "protect" them ...

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The snow is *Beautiful*...
I have been out 'playing' in it :)
Thank you for sharing with us. You know it's caused by Chemtrails.

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<quoted text>And this had what to do with my post on Repub gun laws?
Blah, Blah, Blah,,,, the world laughing at Obama, Blah, Blah, Blah,,,, I know you Repubs would like to see the great leadership of Bush back so all the world could once again be so amazed at the US. How's that democracy thing going in Iraq and Afghanistan that Bush started?
I post that back because your post dwells on thirty years ago and whatever happened then can't be changed and has little if any effect on today. If it did, you loons wouldn't keep trying to make communism work after it's failed all over the world..

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So what dumChit ... a lil typo while sleepy ...
Got anything more trivial to jump on me for?
Everything you do it for is trivial ...
CUZ
you don't mean "diddly squat" to me
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Got THAT?
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One thing about that clown, he always floats to the top.
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<quoted text>I post that back because your post dwells on thirty years ago and whatever happened then can't be changed and has little if any effect on today. If it did, you loons wouldn't keep trying to make communism work after it's failed all over the world..
Actually it's more like Socialism. The Rich will continue to screw over the American worker by owning the two major economic factors that almost everyone must pay. Oil and Banking.
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Drill-Baby-Drill
Oil Exports up 3 times over and LNG up 6 times over.
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Oh lQQkie at the conserva-troll socks fixing all the judgeits to validate themselves. hahaha You losers are hilarious. Spin those proxies sock boy. haha

Looks like the love fest went on most of the night slinging repuke stale regurgitated bullshit. That is all you losers have. Carry on your desperate and pathetic quest to spin facts. We will just keep proving you wrong.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Stomp away circus clown socks. hahaha Now on to some news.
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Not looking good for you repukes favorite bully candidate. hahahaha

It Just Keeps Getting Worse for Chris Christie: New Poll Shows Massive Drop in Popularity

It wasn’t that long ago that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was the toast of the town. He had cruised to an easy victory in his re-election bid and all people could talk about was him being the next great hope for the Republican party.

Heck, I even saw several different polls that had him leading potential Democratic candidate (and massive favorite to become president in 2016) Hillary Clinton. Something no other potential Republican contender had yet to accomplish in any credible polls.

And even though all of this happened only a couple of months ago, Chris Christie’s star has certainly fallen.

Christie’s popularity has plummeted.

In a recent poll, Americans responding that they have an unfavorable view of Christie doubled since this time last year. A year ago, the same poll showed only 17 percent of Americans had an unfavorable view of the New Jersey governor, but following the recent scandals that have plagued Christie that number has doubled to 34 percent.

Also a telling sign is a poll that showed most Americans don’t believe that Governor Christie had nothing to do with the now infamous “bridge scandal.” The poll showed that 58 percent of those asked don’t believe Christie when he says he had no knowledge of the bridge controversy, which saw two lanes of the George Washington Bridge closed in an apparent retaliation against a mayor who refused to endorse Christie for governor.

I guess time will tell how this all plays out as more evidence is sure to be made public, but I think it’s safe to say that (at least for now) Christie’s time as the “darling of the Republican party” is pretty much over.

Read entire article:
http://www.forwardprogressives.com/it-just-ke...

Wonder which one of his staff will sing first. hahaha

HILLARY 2016

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Rape Insurance, Drug Mules And Other Reasons Why The GOP Rebranding Effort Isn’t Going So Well

The Republican National Committee will gather for its winter meeting in Washington D.C. on Wednesday to strategize ahead of the 2014 midterm elections. The get-together comes almost a year after Chairman Reince Priebus released a so-called autopsy report that aimed to “grow the Party and improve Republican campaigns” in the aftermath of the 2012 presidential election. The “Growth and Opportunity Project” spoke with “more than 2,600 people, both outside Washington and inside the Beltway” about how the party can win over the nation’s changing demographic of voters and appeal to young people, African Americans, women, and Hispanics.

And while Republicans have softened some of their sharpest rhetoric and “deployed 17 full-time operatives to New York, Florida, California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Texas, Georgia and Colorado with the primary mission of bringing more Hispanics into the GOP fold” the party’s policies have fallen far short of its goals. Here is how:
1. Women’s health.“Our candidates, spokespeople, and staff need to use language that addresses concerns that are on women’s minds in order to let them know we are fighting for them.“[Growth and Opportunity Project]

Republicans are advancing policies to limit women’s access to abortions and contraception in order to galvanize their conservative base ahead of the 2014 midterm elections. The GOP has placed anti-abortion ballot measures in states with close senate races and Congressional Republicans have made restricting federal funding for abortion services “one of their top priorities this year.” Last week, a House committee advanced the “No Taxpayer Funding For Abortion Act,” a measure that would prevent low-income women from using their Medicaid coverage to access abortion and require the Internal Revenue Service to conduct audits of rape victims. Republican senators and congressmen also filed amicus briefs arguing that businesses can deny birth control to female employees and have jumped on cases challenging Obamacare’s contraception coverage requirement as a way to undermine the law.

2. Immigration reform.[A]mong the steps Republicans take in the Hispanic community and beyond we must embrace and champion comprehensive immigration reform.”[Growth and Opportunity Project]
Progress has stalled since the Senate advanced a bipartisan measure to provide a path to citizenship for the nation’s undocumented immigrants, with Republicans claiming that the botched rollout of Obamacare and the government shutdown have undermined their ability to legislate on the issue. Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) promises to unveil key principles for reform and adopt a piecemeal approach to reforming the immigration system, but GOP leaders have yet to offer any kind of timeline for change. Meanwhile, conservative firebrands like Rep. Steve King (R-IA) warn the party against even taking up reform and compare immigrants to violent criminals and drug mules.

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OZombies wrote:
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How do you like vagina attached on your mouth ??
I think it might be ok for a little while. I reserve the right to change my mind.
"Even too much honey sours the stomach."
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