'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 20 comments on the Oct 1, 2010, thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com story 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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RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111690 Jul 21, 2013
OBAMA did it...hahahaha

CIA and FBI Spied on Americans and Immigrant Refugees as Early as the Late 50s

Since the early days of the Cold War, the FBI and CIA have bent the law to spy on American citizens, starting with Eastern European refugees who had sought sanctuary in this country, writes Richard Rashke.

The National Security Agency (NSA) isn’t the only intelligence group that has collected data on Americans and hidden the truth from the public. The FBI and CIA engaged in the same strategy following World War II. In each instance, the government bent the law or secretly enacted dubious legislation to make the snooping appear legal.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/07...

DITCH MITCH
Syl

Ashland, KY

#111691 Jul 21, 2013
Communist China wrote:
<quoted text>Just you stupid white pos you tard.
I bet you are playing with your self when you write these posts.
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111693 Jul 21, 2013
McCain calls for review of 'stand your ground' laws

(CNN)- Sen. John McCain, who lost in 2008 to the first African-American elected to the White House, said President Barack Obama's speech about race relations was "very impressive" and agreed that "stand your ground" laws should be re-examined, including those in his own state of Arizona.

"The 'stand your ground' law may be something that may needs to be reviewed by the Florida legislature or any other legislature that has passed such legislation," McCain said on CNN's "State of the Union."

Arizona is one of 30 states that have such laws, which give individuals certain legal rights in cases of self-defense. The law in Florida has come under scrutiny recently during the trial of George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed teenager Trayvon Martin last year during a confrontation.

Asked if he thinks Arizona should review the law, McCain said: "Yes, I do."

"And I'm confident that the members of the Arizona legislature will, because it is very controversial legislation," he told CNN chief political correspondent Candy Crowley.

McCain said he didn't agree with fellow Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, who argued Friday the Obama administration is calling for a review of "stand your ground" laws as a way to further its agenda against Second Amendment rights.
"Isn't it time for America to come together?"

McCain asked. "I'd rather have a message of coming together and discussing these issues rather than condemning.

"I respect (Cruz's) view, but I don't frankly see the connection," he added.

Protesters stand up to 'stand your ground,' but laws likely here to stay

McCain said that while American society has made progress on racial issues, the recent tensions over the Trayvon Martin case have "highlighted the differences that remain."

"What I got out of the president's statement, which I thought was very impressive, is that we need to have more conversation in America," he said. "I need to talk to more of my Hispanic organizations in my state. I need to talk to more African-American organizations."

The longtime senator pointed to the economic disparities between African-Americans and other demographic groups, citing the city of Detroit, which he called a "wasteland," as an example.

"What's the majority of the population in the city of Detroit? Who suffers the most? Obviously we know the answer," he said of the city that filed for bankruptcy last week.

The main point that can be drawn from the president's speech on Friday, McCain said, was that "we've still got a long way to go."

"And I think the president very appropriately highlighted a lot of that...as only the president of the United States can," he said.

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/07/...

Gotta love McCain. If he hadn't tagged that soccer mom without a brain to run with him, he could be President right now. Hell, I might have voted for him myself. He tries to reach out to the other side and make some progress, too bad the teabaggers are killing the Grand OLD Party of No and crisscrossing the country campaigning instead of governing. Love watching them eat their own.

RIP GOP

GRIMES 2014

DITCH McCONnell
Syl

Ashland, KY

#111695 Jul 21, 2013
TheyRLemmings wrote:
<quoted text>
WTF and his circus clowns are proxy spinning lemming trolls. A few trying to appear as many while they attack the ones that irritate them the most speaking the truth. They do it all the time and most recognize who is behind the deception. It's what repukes do best. DECEIVE and CON. They can barely speak English, let alone French. lol
DITCH MITCH
Oh... you is so smart ,you is.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#111696 Jul 21, 2013
Justice Dale wrote:
<quoted text>Hi AL!!!! Looks like y'all need to be gathering-up some marine supplies!

10-4
:)
American Lady

Danville, KY

#111697 Jul 21, 2013
Growing numbers of citizens ready to fight gov't tyranny

...

Critics of the current administration have noted numerous instances wherein the Obama administration has openly and blatantly violated the Fourth Amendment, the Fifth Amendment, the Sixth Amendment, the 10th Amendment, and the 14th Amendment, among others.

These violations are in addition to the Holder Justice Department's callous disregard for the law, refusing to prosecute clear criminal activity on the part of IRS, DHS, NSA, and DOJ employees, or Black Panther violations of voting rights in Philadelphia. Yet Holder goes out of his way to attack a verdict rendered by a legal jury in the George Zimmerman trial, to the point of hinting that he may engage in double jeopardy in order to impose his own judgment in the case.

http://www.examiner.com/article/growing-numbe...

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#111698 Jul 21, 2013
TheyRLemmings wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree with you there Calvin. He has more socks than A Lunatic, ARI/JAY and the chemtrail zombie. Funny as hell though. Crying loser lemmings. lol
DITCH MITCH
that the Zimmerman verdict was a win for conservatism shows you how deep they go

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#111699 Jul 21, 2013
RayOne wrote:
<quoted text>
The stupid fill the courtyard and the village square. Don't allow yourself to be separated from your friends, "this is what Democracy Looks LIKE".
The Reconstruction of ClintonHillary is treading into deep water, the BenghaziDECEPTION is revealing how the NSA rules the CIA, the Generals and the SCotUS. There will be no investigation until the swamp is drained
Parrot much, old man?

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#111700 Jul 21, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
wtf yesterday, today and tomorrow. What's the matter...you got your ass whipped as uncle flabby so much you had to concentrate on being scooter, the kid? Now uncle flabby is coming back as lemmings because you were too embarrassed to come back as flabby? lol Read it and weep sucker...wtf yesterday, today and tomorrow. Try, try again, old fool.
Quit pretending you don't love your Mitchy-poo. You include him in every one of your posts and you never forget to mention him. Ever! You obsess about him constantly and keep us updated as to what he is doing and saying and even thinking! Y'all have that connection, don't you? You know each others thoughts. How cute is that, y'all?
LMAO
LMAO
LMAO
LMAO
Paranoia,is a stinky cologne

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#111702 Jul 21, 2013
Syl wrote:
<quoted text>
Still living in the sewer, I see.
what, you don't like balls?

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#111703 Jul 21, 2013
Syl wrote:
<quoted text>
I bet you are playing with your self when you write these posts.
still living in the sewer, I see.

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#111705 Jul 21, 2013
Justice Dale wrote:
Well, it looks like the democrats have found a way to transmit STDs over the internet!!!
what's up Dic? long time no see...another DUI? Or just another child porn charge?
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111706 Jul 21, 2013
Syl wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh... you is so smart ,you is.
Yes I am, education, long career, experiences can make you smarter than you, you should try it. It don't take a rocket scientist to see you circus clowns changing socks and locations. Your words and sentence structure gives you away. As well as your sick logic.

GRIMES 2014

DITCH McCONnell
Syl

Ashland, KY

#111707 Jul 21, 2013
wtf wrote:
I don't care what Obama's thoughts are on the Zimmerman case. The jury spoke and that's all that matters. Just like in the OJ case, remember? lol I want to hear what Obama's thoughts AS PRESIDENT on the Brian Terry case, the Benghazi murders, the workplace violence status that remains on the Ft. Hood terrorist, the IRS discriminating against millions of Americans, Obama and his staff spying on millions of law abiding citizens, funneling money and jets to the Muslim Brotherhood, the Obamacare fiasco that can't even get off the ground to implement Obama's job-killing tax law...you know, all the things Obama AS PRESIDENT should be talking about to the people of our country. Not a local Florida case that has a verdict and was investigated by Obama's FBI team months ago and shown that race played no part in the local Florida case.
We don't need our president to stir the pot...we need him to step up and stand up and man up and be president to all of America not just the citizens he chooses to identify with!
WOW!! Great post. If only the Lib's here could read and understand. Bet there will NO COMMENT from a one of them on anything you said.

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#111711 Jul 21, 2013
Crow wrote:
<quoted text>
*clutching my chest like Fred Sanford* Lizbeth...it's the big one! I'm comin' to join you! LOL!
I cannot agree with your politics, Jay, but I do agree with your opinion of O. I don't agree with her politics either, as far as Democrats being the root of all evil. Last night, though, we found common ground, and I have to say it was very nice.
For what it's worth (admittedly very little), the constant Republican bashing gets on my last nerve, too. I admit that sometimes it's fun to cross verbal swords, but we'd probably be better served by skipping all this party line crap. I have a feeling that by expending all our energy bickering with each other, we're playing right into "their" hands.
Thanks for your comment, Jay. It was appreciated.
She's a cruel hearted. soulless, racist bitch with a one-track mind...and she's bark at the moon crazy.

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#111712 Jul 21, 2013
Justice Dale wrote:
<quoted text>Fuch Face!!! Looks like no one has capped your ass, yet!!!!
Oh well, tomorrow is another day we can only hope for the best!!!
did you try prayer?
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111713 Jul 21, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
Is This the Face of 'Privilege'?
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...
The presumption of "Innocent" is not a privilege, it's a cornerstone of American freedom, and a basic Civil Right!
God Dam Eric Holder! not America.
No need to bring GOD into it in such a foul way. Better get A Lunatic to quote you some verses and save your soul.

Is that a tribute to Trayvon you traded in your gay wrestler for? You should pay attention to your profile more so we won't. hahaha

Uh-oh. Eric Liu, author of "The Accidental Asian: Notes of a Native Speaker" and a former Bill Clinton speechwriter, has found a "hopeful note amid all the anguish and recrimination from the acquittal of George Zimmerman." It is, he explains in a Time.com essay, "that growing numbers of white people have come to appreciate whiteness for what it is: an unearned set of privileges":

This isn't about empathy or the posture of equivalency that empathy can tempt us to assume. It's about owning up to the unequal privilege of being nonblack and saying, in essence, "I am George Zimmerman." And because I am George Zimmerman, I get to have my fears trump reality. I get get-out-of-jail-free cards. I get a presumption of innocent victimhood, no matter what my own acts or attitudes.

Zimmerman is not without sin. The facts of the case seem consistent with the view that he was an overzealous wannabe cop, and it seems to us that he exercised poor judgment in following Martin after the 911 dispatcher urged him not to. There is no denying that the results were tragic. And even if the shooting was justified by self-defense--the jury verdict affirms only that the prosecution failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that it was not--Martin did not deserve to die. While private citizens have a right to the defensive use of force, its punitive use is rightly left to the state.

This statement is probably why so many people are outraged and the interpretation of events resulting from the trial imply this very statement from your posted article....

"It's about owning up to the unequal privilege of being nonblack and saying, in essence, "I am George Zimmerman." And because I am George Zimmerman, I get to have my fears trump reality. I get get-out-of-jail-free cards. I get a presumption of innocent victimhood, no matter what my own acts or attitudes."

Bottom line, if he had just done what he was told after doing the right thing calling 911 we wouldn't be having this conversation across the country.

BTW, I don't care if you are gay. I spent a great deal dealing with people's rights in my career. I don't discriminate past the repuke/teabaggers. I still have some party foes that I care about a great deal. We don't discuss anything political, just agree to disagree.

GRIMES 2014

DITCH MITCH McCONnell

“Equal Opportunity”

Since: Apr 13

Blasphemer

#111715 Jul 21, 2013
Justice Dale wrote:
July 17, 2013 6:10 PM
Former Kentucky State Sen. Jerry Lundergan Gives Big To Anthony Weiner For Mayor
BY Susannah Griffee
Jerry Lundergan, the father of Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes, lives in Lexington, Ky. But he maxed out to Anthony’s Weiner’s New York City mayoral campaign to the tune of $4,950 on June 27.
BRAWL NEW LOGO.jpgOur Friedman and Fermino report:
Does Lundergan, who resigned a State Senate seat in 1989 after a conviction for an ethics violation, just like helping fellow pols forced who resigned in scandal?
Lundergan, who also served as chairman of the Kentucky Democratic Party, did not respond to inquiries, but it's more likely his interest in the race relates more to Bill and Hillary Clinton than Weiner.
Lundergan was Kentucky chair of the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton, the mentor and long-term employer of Weiner’s wife Huma Abedin.
Lundergan and the Clinton’s have a longstanding relationship, and Bill Clinton reportedly led a push that convinced Grimes, who is Kentucky’s Secretary of State, to enter the race against Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). In the process he helped push out actress Ashley Judd, who Democrats had courted as a candidate before their interest waned and Judd declined to run.
Lundergan is part of national contingent of politicos and donors tied to the Clintons whose largesse Huma has helped tap for her husband.
A McConnell spokesman said the Weiner contribution shows Grimes’ close ties to the Democratic Party establishment.
“Scandals aside, Anthony Weiner was one of the most liberal members of Congress," McConnell campaign manager Jesse Benton said.“Alison may try to pretend she is different, but her campaign will be bank-rolled by big national liberals and no one should believe that Alison is not in lock step with the Obama agenda.”
A spokeswoman for Republican Party of Kentucky said Lundergan’s contribution to Weiner raises questions about his daughter’s “respect for women.”
A spokesman for Grimes’ campaign, which is still getting off the ground, did not respond to an inquiry.
The Apple doesn't fall too far from the tree!!
DITCH THE BITCH
wordy...
so politics is financed with "MONEY"
is that your point, Dic?
Or, did you just want to say Weiner 6 times?
RepubliCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#111717 Jul 21, 2013
Syl wrote:
<quoted text>
WOW!! Great post. If only the Lib's here could read and understand. Bet there will NO COMMENT from a one of them on anything you said.
YOU lose that bet Sybil

Not ONE but THREE and there was no reason to comment as CC nailed it. Go back and look, they were right under the one you commented on dumbass. You are blind as a bat right.

I want to know what you think about:

No WMD's

No bin Laden

No Iraqi Oil

No Scooter Libby Hanging

TARP

911 Failure 4000 Americans Dead

Katrina Failure

Iraqi Failure

Afghan Failure

DOW 6000 2008

Mission Accomplished

Lmfao
Lmfao
Lmfao

Let us remember:
DOW under Bush 6000. Under Obama 15000
Bin Laden now Dead. Bush protected him for 8 years
Bush's 2 Failed Wars. Obama Ended
Bush's Katrina Failure. Obama succeeded on Sandy
Bush...Don't Ask Don't Tell. Obama ended it
Bush, Scooter Libby convicted of High Treason, Bush pardoned a Man who should have been hanged
Obama.....Zero Convictions of his White House Staff
Bush......911 Complete Failure...The Worst in US History
Obama .....Zero Attacks on the US
You silly little pos you have been slapped down again.

and again after that....

Bush DOW 6000. Obama DOW 15000

Bush protected bin Laden. Obama KILLED bin Laden and the Bushses cried

Bush...911 Worst Failure in US History. Obama Zero Attacks on the US

Bush 2 Failed Wars. Obama ended both

Bush... Scooter Libby convicted of High Treason and pardoned by Bush instead of hanged

Obama Zero Convictions of Amy of His Staff

Bush...Katrina Failure. Obama Sandy Success

Bush....TARP

Lmfao
Lmfao
Lmfao

You have been slapped down again little boy.

hahaha, she slapped him good.

GRIMES 2014

DITCH MITCH McCONnell
Communist China

Conway, SC

#111718 Jul 21, 2013
American Lady wrote:
Growing numbers of citizens ready to fight gov't tyranny
...
Critics of the current administration have noted numerous instances wherein the Obama administration has openly and blatantly violated the Fourth Amendment, the Fifth Amendment, the Sixth Amendment, the 10th Amendment, and the 14th Amendment, among others.
These violations are in addition to the Holder Justice Department's callous disregard for the law, refusing to prosecute clear criminal activity on the part of IRS, DHS, NSA, and DOJ employees, or Black Panther violations of voting rights in Philadelphia. Yet Holder goes out of his way to attack a verdict rendered by a legal jury in the George Zimmerman trial, to the point of hinting that he may engage in double jeopardy in order to impose his own judgment in the case.
http://www.examiner.com/article/growing-numbe...
You will do nothing you useless pos.

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