'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 182267 comments on the thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com story from Oct 1, 2010, titled 'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate. In it, thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com reports that:

"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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baaaaaaaaaaaa

Lansing, MI

#93303 Apr 11, 2013
Those evil rich republicans, they are not standing up to oblamer, LOLOL, this is truly priceless. baaaaaaaaa

Obama Offers To Cut Social Security; GOPers Offer To Let Him

Robert Reich explains why offering to cut Social Security plays right into Republican hands, who will turn around and campaign against "the Democrats who want to cut your Social Security." Of course, he doesn't want to acknowledge the elephant in the room: that Obama wants those cuts so much, he may be willing to accept nothing in return to get it done:

http://crooksandliars.com/susie-madrak/obama-...

I think it's time to change the libotard battle cry from baaaaaaaaaaaaa to baaaaaaaaatrayal,

ROTFL
ROTFL
wtf

Pikeville, KY

#93304 Apr 11, 2013
baaaaaaaaaaaa wrote:
<quoted text>
they didn't work for you sodoboy because you had no income to tax, retard, baaaaaaaaaaaa
Worked for you because you suck the rich people youvSuck.

Lmfao
wtf

Pikeville, KY

#93305 Apr 11, 2013
baaaaaaaaaaaa wrote:
Those evil rich republicans, they are not standing up to oblamer, LOLOL, this is truly priceless. baaaaaaaaa
Obama Offers To Cut Social Security; GOPers Offer To Let Him
Robert Reich explains why offering to cut Social Security plays right into Republican hands, who will turn around and campaign against "the Democrats who want to cut your Social Security." Of course, he doesn't want to acknowledge the elephant in the room: that Obama wants those cuts so much, he may be willing to accept nothing in return to get it done:
http://crooksandliars.com/susie-madrak/obama-...
I think it's time to change the libotard battle cry from baaaaaaaaaaaaa to baaaaaaaaatrayal,
ROTFL
ROTFL
Cut it to the bone!

Yes!!

You starving Cheeser.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#93306 Apr 11, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>He is the greatest President since Clinton you misfit SOB.
Misfit Politics

Oh Democrats. Never ones to miss an opportunity to expose their own unabashed hypocrisy, the Democrats have enlisted accused rapist and renowned womanizer to headline their little convention, former President Clinton. Of course, this was after they paid tribute to man who, as Frank Fleming so astutely observed,“is the only politician with a confirmed kill in the War on Women.”...

http://misfitpolitics.co/2012/09/oh-bill-clin...

;0)
countrygirl

Elkhart, IN

#93307 Apr 11, 2013
baaaaaaaaaaaa wrote:
<quoted text>
You jealous that I am happy and in a good mood? I thought all you libotards accused us 'fright wingers' of spewing doom and gloom. LOLOL, we 'spewed' that social security would be cut by your betrayer in chief, we 'spewed' that medicare would be cut to fund an even more disasterous oblamercare, we 'spewed' that your traitor in chief would turn on you after the election, LOLOL, this is the most priceless part of the whole equation, and guess what libby, we are 'spewing' that he is not done with cuts and betrayals, there is no more money in the coffers - he has to take it from somewhere. Who else is gonna pay for his 17 million $ golf trips and psychiatic counseling for bumbling Joe?
baaaaaaaaaaa, I mean, waaaaaaaaaaa, I mean, aaaaahhhhhhhh,
knew it was your lonely
ass. you are making a fool of yourself. Go take
a bath, wash you hair and don't forget your brain
Meds. I see baaaaaaaa needs an appt. with
Smith's animal grooming. Jay aka jraggingballz
needs one to. Always happy to help. american
psycho needs mental help. Jay needs his balls
tacked. Money to be made!!
Donnie B

Pikeville, KY

#93308 Apr 11, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Misfit Politics
Oh Democrats. Never ones to miss an opportunity to expose their own unabashed hypocrisy, the Democrats have enlisted accused rapist and renowned womanizer to headline their little convention, former President Clinton. Of course, this was after they paid tribute to man who, as Frank Fleming so astutely observed,“is the only politician with a confirmed kill in the War on Women.”...
http://misfitpolitics.co/2012/09/oh-bill-clin...
;0)
And it worked like a Charm, President Obma won in a Landslide!

Good Job President Clinton!!!
wtf

Pikeville, KY

#93309 Apr 11, 2013
countrygirl wrote:
<quoted text> knew it was your lonely
ass. you are making a fool of yourself. Go take
a bath, wash you hair and don't forget your brain
Meds. I see baaaaaaaa needs an appt. with
Smith's animal grooming. Jay aka jraggingballz
needs one to. Always happy to help. american
psycho needs mental help. Jay needs his balls
tacked. Money to be made!!
Jay the Lady has no Balls.
baaaaaaaaaaa

Lansing, MI

#93310 Apr 11, 2013
countrygirl wrote:
<quoted text> knew it was your lonely
ass. you are making a fool of yourself. Go take
a bath, wash you hair and don't forget your brain
Meds. I see baaaaaaaa needs an appt. with
Smith's animal grooming. Jay aka jraggingballz
needs one to. Always happy to help. american
psycho needs mental help. Jay needs his balls
tacked. Money to be made!!
I would just love to know how I could make a fool of myself on an anonymous forum surrounded by libotards, please expound. LOLOL,

baaaaaaaaa, I mean baaaaaaaatrayal,
baaaaaaaaaaa

Lansing, MI

#93311 Apr 11, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>Cut it to the bone!
Yes!!
You starving Cheeser.
Don't need s.s., never expected to receive it, but you will starve without it, baaaaaaaaaatrayal,
Syl

Ashland, KY

#93312 Apr 11, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>Then the Repukes fought against Civil Rights for Blacks for 100 years.
That's not true,you low information bozo.
It was the Repubs who fought for the blacks all thru the years. Want proof,? Read history,if you can read, and not to lazy.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#93315 Apr 11, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>Jay the Lady has no Balls.
Jay has MORE than you do!:)
American Lady

Danville, KY

#93316 Apr 11, 2013
Syl wrote:
<quoted text>
That's not true,you low information bozo.
It was the Repubs who fought for the blacks all thru the years. Want proof,? Read history,if you can read, and not to lazy.
HIGH Fives!:)
American Lady

Danville, KY

#93317 Apr 11, 2013
Liberals and sharia:‘Who let Jaws into the swimming pool?’

The 70-year-old Hedegaard, who heads Denmark’s Free Press Society, told TheDC’s Ginni Thomas:“Islam is what it is. It is a body of laws called the Sharia, it has been unchanged for at least 1,100 years...we know what sort of animal we are facing.

It would not be a problem if we had leaders who were willing to face up to this and say

‘Well, alright, this is the way these people want to live, this is their law and this is their ideology.

We don’t want too much of that in to our countries because we don’t like it, its a danger.’ It’s like, you know what Jaws is up to, he is eating the kids in the swimming pool, well who let Jaws into the swimming pool? That’s the problem.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/04/11/liberals-an...

Amen brother!
demonicRats

Sheridan, AR

#93318 Apr 11, 2013
martin luther king jr was a republican until he was arrested in alabama and robert kennedy agreed to get him out of jail if he would become a demonicRat
Syl

Ashland, KY

#93319 Apr 11, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
HIGH Fives!:)
Thanks!
Justice Dale

Wichita, KS

#93320 Apr 11, 2013
The only people that gun laws will hurt are those that have their names enshrined by Conceal Carry Licenses, NRA membership number or buy your guns from a dealer.
spocko

Oakland, CA

#93321 Apr 11, 2013
A guide to NRA talking-points or when perfectly intelligent people turn troglodyte.

Guns don't kill people, people kill people.
Maybe, but people with guns kill many, many more people than they would if they didn't have guns, and guns designed to kill as many people as possible. We don't know if the murderer in Newtown was suffering from a suicidal depression, but many mass shooters in the past were. And guess what? People suffer from suicidal depression everywhere in the world. People get angry and upset everywhere in the world. But there aren't mass shootings every few weeks in England or Costa Rica or Japan, and the reason is that people in those places who have these impulses don't have an easy way to access lethal weapons and unlimited ammunition. But if you want to kill large numbers of people and you happen to be an American, you'll find it easy to do.

Criminals will always find a way to get guns no matter what measures we take, so what's the point?
The question isn't whether we could snap our fingers and make every gun disappear. It's whether we can make it harder for criminals to get guns, and harder for an unbalanced person with murderous intent to kill so many people. The goal is to reduce violence as much as possible. There's no other problem for which we'd say if we can't solve it completely and forever we shouldn't even try.

The Constitution says I have a right to own guns.
Yes it does, but for some infantile reason gun advocates think that the right to bear arms is the only constitutional right that is virtually written in stone and without limit. You have the right to practice your religion, but not if your religion involves human sacrifice. You have the right to free speech, but you can still be prosecuted for incitement or conspiracy, and you can be sued for libel. Every right is subject to limitation when it begins to threaten others, and the Supreme Court has affirmed that even though there is an individual right to gun ownership, the government can put reasonable restrictions on that right.

As we’ve all seen, if a shooter turns out to have a Muslim name, the NRA will be more than happy to give up all kinds of rights in the name of fighting terrorism. Have the government read my email? Have my cell phone company turn over my call records? Check which books I'm taking out of the library? Make me take my shoes off before getting on a plane, just because some idiot tried to blow up his sneakers? Sure, do what you've got to do. But don't make it harder to buy thousands of rounds of ammunition, because if we couldn't do that we'd no longer be free – what a crock!

Widespread gun ownership is a guarantee against tyranny.
If that had anything to do with contemporary life, then mature democracies would be constantly overthrown by despots. But they aren't. We shouldn't write laws based on the fantasies of conspiracy theorists.

Guns are a part of American culture.
Indeed they are, but so are a lot of things, and that tells us nothing about whether they're good or bad and how we want to treat them going forward. Slavery was a part of American culture for a couple of hundred years, but eventually we decided it had to go.

Having movie theaters and schools full of kids periodically shot up seems to be a price the NRA is willing to pay if it means I get to play with guns.
OK, that's not an argument gun advocates are willing to make. But it's the truth that lies beneath all their other arguments. All that we suffer because of the proliferation of guns—these horrifying tragedies, the 30,000 Americans who are killed every year with guns—for gun advocates, it's unfortunate, but it's a price they're willing to pay. If only they'd have the guts to say it

Since: Dec 11

.

#93322 Apr 11, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Misfit Politics
Oh Democrats. Never ones to miss an opportunity to expose their own unabashed hypocrisy, the Democrats have enlisted accused rapist and renowned womanizer to headline their little convention, former President Clinton. Of course, this was after they paid tribute to man who, as Frank Fleming so astutely observed,“is the only politician with a confirmed kill in the War on Women.”...
http://misfitpolitics.co/2012/09/oh-bill-clin...
;0)
No No NO! Ted Kennedy beat him to that record!
Chappaquiddick

http://www.boston.com/news/specials/kennedy/d...
Syl

Ashland, KY

#93323 Apr 11, 2013
spocko wrote:
A guide to NRA talking-points or when perfectly intelligent people turn troglodyte.
Guns don't kill people, people kill people.
Maybe, but people with guns kill many, many more people than they would if they didn't have guns, and guns designed to kill as many people as possible. We don't know if the murderer in Newtown was suffering from a suicidal depression, but many mass shooters in the past were. And guess what? People suffer from suicidal depression everywhere in the world. People get angry and upset everywhere in the world. But there aren't mass shootings every few weeks in England or Costa Rica or Japan, and the reason is that people in those places who have these impulses don't have an easy way to access lethal weapons and unlimited ammunition. But if you want to kill large numbers of people and you happen to be an American, you'll find it easy to do.
Criminals will always find a way to get guns no matter what measures we take, so what's the point?
The question isn't whether we could snap our fingers and make every gun disappear. It's whether we can make it harder for criminals to get guns, and harder for an unbalanced person with murderous intent to kill so many people. The goal is to reduce violence as much as possible. There's no other problem for which we'd say if we can't solve it completely and forever we shouldn't even try.
The Constitution says I have a right to own guns.
Yes it does, but for some infantile reason gun advocates think that the right to bear arms is the only constitutional right that is virtually written in stone and without limit. You have the right to practice your religion, but not if your religion involves human sacrifice. You have the right to free speech, but you can still be prosecuted for incitement or conspiracy, and you can be sued for libel. Every right is subject to limitation when it begins to threaten others, and the Supreme Court has affirmed that even though there is an individual right to gun ownership, the government can put reasonable restrictions on that right.
As we’ve all seen, if a shooter turns out to have a Muslim name, the NRA will be more than happy to give up all kinds of rights in the name of fighting terrorism. Have the government read my email? Have my cell phone company turn over my call records? Check which books I'm taking out of the library? Make me take my shoes off before getting on a plane, just because some idiot tried to blow up his sneakers? Sure, do what you've got to do. But don't make it harder to buy thousands of rounds of ammunition, because if we couldn't do that we'd no longer be free – what a crock!
Widespread gun ownership is a guarantee against tyranny.
If that had anything to do with contemporary life, then mature democracies would be constantly overthrown by despots. But they aren't. We shouldn't write laws based on the fantasies of conspiracy theorists.
Guns are a part of American culture.
Indeed they are, but so are a lot of things, and that tells us nothing about whether they're good or bad and how we want to treat them going forward. Slavery was a part of American culture for a couple of hundred years, but eventually we decided it had to go.
Having movie theaters and schools full of kids periodically shot up seems to be a price the NRA is willing to pay if it means I get to play with guns.
OK, that's not an argument gun advocates are willing to make. But it's the truth that lies beneath all their other arguments. All that we suffer because of the proliferation of guns—these horrifying tragedies, the 30,000 Americans who are killed every year with guns—for gun advocates, it's unfortunate, but it's a price they're willing to pay. If only they'd have the guts to say it
So what do you suggest we do here?, roll over and play dead after we give up our rights to have guns.
BAN THEM

AOL

#93324 Apr 11, 2013
man,... did we luck out ,..when Judd gave up -
Ashley Judd is a complete lib Wako

she is 'on the record ' after she once said that "a store display of fuzzy colorful socks made her completely flip out " ,...

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