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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

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"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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Fox News Is A Joke

United States

#128072 Oct 10, 2013
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
As the Repubs said, "this is not a game" The problem here is that our Country and the people are losing. Obama Care may be good except for two things. It forces everyone to buy something (and this is not liked nor is the way of our Country) or get "fined". To many, this has never been done before.
The other fact is that continued over spending is damaging to all of us and our future(yours)children and the Country as a whole.
Unfortunately , too many in Congress and Our present POTUS can not see the power slip from their hands. To allow the people freedom is just too much for all of them. The system is badly broken.
As far as Russ, haven`t heard him in several years, What is wrong with his show? It is a show and he does what he does to get listeners, you know.
You ignorant Check Drwaing pos.
Andso

Morehead, KY

#128073 Oct 10, 2013
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
As the Repubs said, "this is not a game" The problem here is that our Country and the people are losing. Obama Care may be good except for two things. It forces everyone to buy something (and this is not liked nor is the way of our Country) or get "fined". To many, this has never been done before.
The other fact is that continued over spending is damaging to all of us and our future(yours)children and the Country as a whole.
Unfortunately , too many in Congress and Our present POTUS can not see the power slip from their hands. To allow the people freedom is just too much for all of them. The system is badly broken.
As far as Russ, haven`t heard him in several years, What is wrong with his show? It is a show and he does what he does to get listeners, you know.
First question, do you have health insurance?
If you do, no problem.
2nd do you have auto insurance?
One example of something people are forced to buy
The distinction is you don't have a choice about becoming ill.
In reality, would you go without health insurance?
If you don't have it, wouldn't you like to be able to afford it?(or subsidized for the really really poor)
The ACA is actually "capitalized" medicine. Insurance companies and medical providers deal with each other directly without having to go through the government first. It allows for competition to exist in a freemarket where none existed before.
Competition drives down costs.
If your insurance company has raised your premiums, kicked you off(death panels), or otherwise weaseled out of paying for claims; they will be losing customers to competing companies and they will not be able to do those things on Jan 1.

With all of the hundreds of millions of dollars, negative ad campaigns, blogs, and all the other media used to fight this; taking all the credit away from Pres Obama would have cost less, and we wouldn't refer to it as Obamacare. After all, this was the Heritage Foundation developed and shame Romney couldn't run on it.
Uncle Tab

United States

#128074 Oct 10, 2013
UncleTab wrote:
ALERT. ALERT. ALERT. ALERT

Oh no my Democratic brothers - we have been caught!

It appears comments posted by RepubliCONS, Uncle Tab, Conservative Crapola, Crow, Injudgement, and Calvin Coolish are all coming from only two IP addresses. Which means two people are making the comments as six different ones. Also thereby they are able to post a comment as one person, them log in under a different name and judge it favorably.

More information coming. We must go into damage control my Democratic brothers.
'More information coming'

:-D doom,gloom, fear..... The hallmark of the Republican Party.

You people are getting more desperate with your lies as days go by.

How can anyone believe anything you say as factual as you're trying to get attention using someone else's name?

It's all about credibility.

Republicans here and in Washington have none
Uncle Tab

United States

#128075 Oct 10, 2013
Doctors are worried about the mental wellness of the 6% of people who are in favor of congress.

Those would be some of you mental lightweight republicans who are here.

Lol

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#128076 Oct 10, 2013
Fox News Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>The President already fixed that you stupid SOB.
It is UnConstitutional for the President of the United States to make a promise that makes the U.S.Congress Irrelevant. If the gesture comes from a 'good place', it is still illegal and IMPEACHABLE.
Cons struction

Switzerland

#128078 Oct 10, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Go to hell, you don't know anything about Kentucky politics and unlike you people who obsess with gay people, not everyone is gay. BTW, you are not here to judge anyone asshole. Clean up your act. You repukes are gloom and doom. Can't take the truth and revert to name calling and filth. I'm a southern belle. I wouldn't visit either of those states, let alone live there. So fo
Oh and you can stick your two CONS up your ass.
RIP GOP CONS
DITCH MITCH
you a southern belle? Bwahaaaaaaaaaaaaaa you are just plain ole trailer trash. you show no class. you are a punk with female constructed equipment. seek help with that. otherwise you go where you tell others to go. Bwahaaaaaaasasassas
Cons struction

Switzerland

#128079 Oct 10, 2013
Andso wrote:
<quoted text>
First question, do you have health insurance?
If you do, no problem.
2nd do you have auto insurance?
One example of something people are forced to buy
The distinction is you don't have a choice about becoming ill.
In reality, would you go without health insurance?
If you don't have it, wouldn't you like to be able to afford it?(or subsidized for the really really poor)
The ACA is actually "capitalized" medicine. Insurance companies and medical providers deal with each other directly without having to go through the government first. It allows for competition to exist in a freemarket where none existed before.
Competition drives down costs.
If your insurance company has raised your premiums, kicked you off(death panels), or otherwise weaseled out of paying for claims; they will be losing customers to competing companies and they will not be able to do those things on Jan 1.
With all of the hundreds of millions of dollars, negative ad campaigns, blogs, and all the other media used to fight this; taking all the credit away from Pres Obama would have cost less, and we wouldn't refer to it as Obamacare. After all, this was the Heritage Foundation developed and shame Romney couldn't run on it.
you go first fatso er andso.
Thomas

Louisville, KY

#128080 Oct 10, 2013
THOMAS SOWELL: Who shut down the federal government?
Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. His website is www.tsowell.com .
San Angelo Standard Times

Posted October 6, 2013 at 6:02 a.m.



SAN ANGELO, Texas — Even when it comes to something as basic, and apparently as simple and straightforward, as the question of who shut down the federal government, there are diametrically opposite answers, depending on whether you talk to Democrats or to Republicans.



There is really nothing complicated about the facts. The Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted all the money required to keep all government activities going — except for Obamacare. This is not a matter of opinion. You can check the Congressional Record.



As for the House of Representatives’ right to grant or withhold money, that is not a matter of opinion either. You can check the Constitution of the United States. All spending bills must originate in the House of Representatives, which means that congressmen there have a right to decide whether or not they want to spend money on a particular government activity.



Whether Obamacare is good, bad or indifferent is a matter of opinion. But it is a matter of fact that members of the House of Representatives have a right to make spending decisions based on their opinion.



Obamacare is indeed “the law of the land,” as its supporters keep saying, and the Supreme Court has upheld its constitutionality. But the whole point of having a division of powers within the federal government is that each branch can decide independently what it wants to do or not do, regardless of what the other branches do, when exercising the powers specifically granted to that branch by the Constitution.



The hundreds of thousands of government workers who have been laid off are not idle because the House of Representatives did not vote enough money to pay their salaries or the other expenses of their agencies — unless they are in an agency that would administer Obamacare.



Since we cannot read minds, we cannot say who — if anybody —“wants to shut down the government.” But we do know who had the option to keep the government running and chose not to.



The money voted by the House of Representatives covered everything that the government does, except for Obamacare. The Democrat controlled Senate chose not to vote to authorize that money to be spent, because it did not include money for Obamacare.



Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says that he wants a “clean” bill from the House of Representatives, and some in the media keep repeating the word “clean” like a mantra. But what is unclean about not giving Reid everything he wants?



If Reid and President Barack Obama refuse to accept the money required to run the government, because it leaves out the money they want to run Obamacare, that is their right. But that is also their responsibility. You cannot blame other people for not giving you everything you want. And it is a fraud to blame them when you refuse to use the money they did vote, even when it is ample to pay for everything else in the government.



When Obama keeps claiming that it is some new outrage for those who control the money to try to change government policy by granting or withholding money, that is simply a baldfaced lie. You can check the history of other examples of “legislation by appropriation,” as it used to be called.


Perhaps the biggest of the big lies is that the government will not be able to pay what it owes on the national debt, creating a danger of default. Tax money keeps coming into the treasury during the shutdown, and it vastly exceeds the interest that has to be paid on the national debt.

Even if the debt ceiling is not lifted, that only means that government is not allowed to run up new debt. But that does not mean that it is unable to pay the interest on existing debt.

Uncle Tab

United States

#128081 Oct 10, 2013
Republicans seem to finallynrealizebthe vast majority of the country disagrees with and is against them.

So now they're backing off the ACA BS they've been trying to do and now are concentrating in the debt limit. But weeks ago repubs said they wouldn't shut down the goverment over the debt limit...... Means they shut down the goverment for absolutely NO reason.

And the republicans continue to tumble in the polls.

Idiots!
Uncle Tab

United States

#128083 Oct 10, 2013
Natty Bumppo wrote:
<quoted text>I doubt that. The Democratic party is the party of losers, welfare and food stamp types. Low information types who voted for Obumbles because he promised them "free" stuff. He has increased food stamp roles by the millions, increased SS disability roles by millions. Why do you think he wants amnesty for millions of Illegal Aliens? Because they will vote for the party that has bankrupted the country giving away trillions in welfare. Obumbles belongs in jail for what he has done to this country.
It's funny you idiots are still preaching that 'free stuff' BS since the first Obama election.

Truth be told, only ones getting 'free stuff' have been the super wealthy. Just look at the stock market. DUH!

Low IQrs such as yourself and other stupid republican voters are clueless about researching this for the facts.

You just can't fix stupid..... And the GOP is beyond broken.

lol
American Lady

Danville, KY

#128084 Oct 10, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
It's funny you idiots are still preaching that 'free stuff' BS since the first Obama election.
Truth be told, only ones getting 'free stuff' have been the super wealthy. Just look at the stock market. DUH!
Low IQrs such as yourself and other stupid republican voters are clueless about researching this for the facts.
You just can't fix stupid..... And the GOP is beyond broken.
lol
You just can't fix stupid.....said unc spewy
The ONLY smart thing you've SAID!
[NOT that the GOP is broken :D]

YOU can't!

As SHOWN below!
:)

^
^

Obama Spent $634 Million to Build Broken Healthcare.gov Website

I could have built him a broken website for only $633 million. But I have trouble even taking in or believing that number is real.

...

Really? 50,000 users at a time? You spent 600 mil on that? Facebook handles 10 million concurrent users. Even MySpace managed 1 million concurrent users.

...

Maybe those are unfair comparisons, but Obama Inc. was planning a massive healthcare rollout that would only have 50,000 concurrent users?

But maybe it’s not so surprising.

...

In comparison, in 2008, under President George W. Bush, CGI contracts totaled only $16.5 million for all federal departments and agencies.

That’s certainly a major shift. Why are we suddenly spending 1.4 billion on contracts to a Canadian IT company? It gets complicated.

http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield/obam...

lessthantolerant 7 hours ago
Simply further proof that the government couldn't find their azz with their hands. They spend money simply to spend money, it is their philosophy that if it costs a lot it must be good.

Their motto, "Trust Me'
``````````

The March Hare @ lessthantolerant 6 hours ago
I believe that huge inflated payments are a way to pay off cronies and supporters. Don't give the job to the most qualified. Give it to one of your friends and over pay them by a large amount. Maybe with the instructions to further distribute the money to smaller entities in order to laundry the money and hide the payments.

Have a nice day ...
in ya stoopid way ;~)

“A proud Kentuckian ”

Since: Aug 13

At Your Mama's House

#128085 Oct 10, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
I notice loons never prove him wrong. That why Obama keeps trying to control free speech.
Obama trying to control free speech?
LMAO I got to hear this! What do you base that claim on?
Try to pove Limbaugh wrong is like trying to prove Beck wrong or, trying to prove Michele Bachmann wrong.
Why bother?
Their claims are so idiotic that the only people who take them seriously are the same people who believe things like Bigfoot is spying on them. You aren't going to convince people like that with logic and sense.

“A proud Kentuckian ”

Since: Aug 13

At Your Mama's House

#128087 Oct 10, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>
I notice loons never prove him wrong. That why Obama keeps trying to control free speech.
One more thing.
Just so you dont embarrass yourself again, you don't prove a negative.
It is up to the people making a claim to prove it correct, not up to everyone else to prove them wrong.
I can say there is life on Mars, and say it must be true because you cant prove me wrong.
Well of course you couldn't prove me wrong. Even if you lived there you would have to have scanned every square inch of the planet for life, and even then if your search turned up negative, I could just claim that the life is a form you cannot detect.
You cannot disprove that a giant invisible spaghetti monster is controlling our lives, that doesn't mean it exists.
Its the same false reasoning people use to prove God.
It up to the person making the claim to prove the claim, not for everyone else to disprove it.
UncleTab

Bowling Green, KY

#128088 Oct 10, 2013
BRILLIANT UNCLE TAB! BRILLIANT!

You have created another identity (CONS struction)to throw off the other identities created that we he been caught using by none other than Topix itself. We can appear to be agreeing with our very own comments! And judging our own comments under a different name!! BRILLIANT!!

We liberals don't go down without a fight!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#128089 Oct 10, 2013
National Park Service: Wolves in Service Dog Harness
Rosslyn Smith
Before last week the National Park Service had one of the most favorable images among federal agencies. More

ObamaCare's Original Sin
Jon N. Hall
It ain't over til the fat lady sings, and when she does, it may well be a dirge for ObamaCare. More

Is Obama's Shutdown War on Private Business Illegal Racketeering?
Jonathon Moseley
It may be time to bring a RICO case against the Obama administration...but only businesses affected by his behavior can initiate one. More

http://www.americanthinker.com/
Uncle Tab

United States

#128090 Oct 10, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>You just can't fix stupid.....said unc spewy
The ONLY smart thing you've SAID!
[NOT that the GOP is broken :D]

YOU can't!

As SHOWN below!
:)

^
^

Obama Spent $634 Million to Build Broken Healthcare.gov Website

I could have built him a broken website for only $633 million. But I have trouble even taking in or believing that number is real.

...

Really? 50,000 users at a time? You spent 600 mil on that? Facebook handles 10 million concurrent users. Even MySpace managed 1 million concurrent users.

...

Maybe those are unfair comparisons, but Obama Inc. was planning a massive healthcare rollout that would only have 50,000 concurrent users?

But maybe itÂ’s not so surprising.

...

In comparison, in 2008, under President George W. Bush, CGI contracts totaled only $16.5 million for all federal departments and agencies.

ThatÂ’s certainly a major shift. Why are we suddenly spending 1.4 billion on contracts to a Canadian IT company? It gets complicated.

http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield/obam...

lessthantolerant 7 hours ago
Simply further proof that the government couldn't find their azz with their hands. They spend money simply to spend money, it is their philosophy that if it costs a lot it must be good.

Their motto, "Trust Me'
``````````

The March Hare @ lessthantolerant 6 hours ago
I believe that huge inflated payments are a way to pay off cronies and supporters. Don't give the job to the most qualified. Give it to one of your friends and over pay them by a large amount. Maybe with the instructions to further distribute the money to smaller entities in order to laundry the money and hide the payments.

Have a nice day ...
in ya stoopid way ;~)
:-D

More crazy unstable rightwing fear and doom.

Where do you get these crazy links that no one has ever heard of?

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

That's some funny shit!

btw..... Republicans are about to tuck tail and you all are going to be looking VERY stupid.

The spin you idiots will give will be fun to dismantle.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#128091 Oct 10, 2013
October 10, 2013
A Purposeful Assault on Order
By Jeffrey T. Brown
Humans succeed in the administration of a society only when there are neutrally applied rules to protect its citizens, the rules are followed, and rule-breakers are punished. Society can only function to the benefit of its members when the actions of those members are governed, even if involuntarily, by a spirit of objective justice. We were blessed at the inception of our country with brilliant men and women, on the verge of creating a country in which they could have given themselves vast power, instead whose principles guided their hands. They influenced and wrote the most balanced, ordered blueprint for a civil society the world has ever known.

Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/10/a_purp...
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Uncle Tab

United States

#128092 Oct 10, 2013
UncleTab wrote:
BRILLIANT UNCLE TAB! BRILLIANT!

You have created another identity (CONS struction)to throw off the other identities created that we he been caught using by none other than Topix itself. We can appear to be agreeing with our very own comments! And judging our own comments under a different name!! BRILLIANT!!

We liberals don't go down without a fight!
The mental breakdown of republicans has begun.

:-)

Just say all democrats here proving you all wrong are me.

Sounds legit.

:-D

I've really gotten to you haven't I?? It's fun to watch you grasp and whine and cry.

Keep doing it, your republicans who shut down our goverment are about to have a big o plate of crow (no offense Crow lol they'll try to spin that too I'm sure) but they're folding like metal chairs because the entire country is against them. Well..... Except for you stupid low IQ repubs here b

LMAO
UncleTab

Bowling Green, KY

#128093 Oct 10, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
The mental breakdown of republicans has begun.
:-)
Just say all democrats here proving you all wrong are me.
Sounds legit.
:-D
I've really gotten to you haven't I?? It's fun to watch you grasp and whine and cry.
Keep doing it, your republicans who shut down our goverment are about to have a big o plate of crow (no offense Crow lol they'll try to spin that too I'm sure) but they're folding like metal chairs because the entire country is against them. Well..... Except for you stupid low IQ repubs here b
LMAO
Sorry...oh forgot...a, yeah, you don't use more than one posting name. Those damn emails sent to me by Topix saying only two IPs were being used by six posters were probably all sent by a damn conservative tech.
We Liberals must stick together!!
UncleTab

Bowling Green, KY

#128094 Oct 10, 2013
I SHALL RETURN!!

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