'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

"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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American Lady

Danville, KY

#129349 Oct 15, 2013
To change story ...
On a KILLING

More Details Emerge In Danville Murder Arrest
To read the entire affidavit,***click here.

http://www.lex18.com/news/more-details-emerge...

***Copy of Affadavit from LEX 18 ...
[PDF]
http://www.lex18.com/images/boyle_docs.pdf
American Man

Columbia, KY

#129350 Oct 15, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
What part of THIS did you NOT understand ???
"Abortion is abortion. Cut and dried.... Simple." ...said Barenaked Lady
Doesn't sound like she's OK with it to me ...!!!
What to 'you'... is abortion AM?
To me and other Christians ... it's -KILLING- of innocents!
Just what gosnell and his chronies DO!!!
she said the feds should stay out of the states biz right?

to me, abortion is terminating a pregnancy. that help?

i wouldn't want my wife to have an abortion, no. but if suzy down the street decides for some reason or other, she doesn't want a kid,that is up to her. and to me, and other americans, there is something called freedom. and freedom means not forcing your beliefs on others.

so, you are all for rape and incest babies? that sounds great. then you bitch when those unwanted kids grow up to be drains on the economy. like you!

as an all knowing christian, do those aborted babies go to heaven, or hell?
American Man

Campbellsville, KY

#129351 Oct 15, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
What part of THIS did you NOT understand ???
"Abortion is abortion. Cut and dried.... Simple." ...said Barenaked Lady
Doesn't sound like she's OK with it to me ...!!!
What to 'you'... is abortion AM?
To me and other Christians ... it's -KILLING- of innocents!
Just what gosnell and his chronies DO!!!
See, I couldn't be that dumb if I tried
countrygirl

Greenville, KY

#129352 Oct 15, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>Get out of those women's wombs. Get !! Get on out of there.
Funny!!
American Lady

Danville, KY

#129353 Oct 15, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
States getting rid of teabagging CONS. LOVE IT. I am glad we ditched our repuke embarrassing GOV. Gov Beshear is rolling out the ACA better than anyone in the country. Made national news.
Virginia Set To Elect A Democrat As Governor, GOP Voter Suppression Efforts Undone
Thereís an air of quiet panic surrounding Ken Cuccinelli. OK, itís not that quiet but itís there. You would think that it would all be coming from his failing campaign and from Cuccinelli himself but youíd be wrong. Next monthís election will be (mostly unfairly) taken as a bellwether concerning the GOP engineered shutdown. But the more concerning issue is the midterms and 2016.
First, weíll address the (mostly unfair) bellwether aspect. As with any election taking place during a national crisis, Cuccinelliís impending loss will be blamed on the shutdown.
While it is true the shutdown will influence the election, Cuccinelli has been significantly behind in the polls for months. This (mostly unfair) bellwether status will be coming from liberals as well. They will, without doubt, claim that the GOP blowing this election is a sign that America is tired of their insane political behavior.
The reasons that Cuccinelli is losing are legion: heís a religious fanatic that wants to ban blow jobs. His running mate is a lunatic. Etc. etc. etc. But the loss of the Virginia governorship has far wider implications for the GOP. And this is where the fear comes in.
No Cuccinelli, no voter suppression
Virginia is still a swing state. That makes it vital to any Republican strategy for winning the White House. And the most vital aspect of that strategy? Voter suppression. Without Cuccinelli in place to push and sign off on whatever ridiculous scheme the GOP comes up with next, voter suppression efforts fail. No voter suppression?
Virginia lurches to the left in elections.
It is indisputable that voter suppression needs to be the Republican Partyís national strategy. Even after their 2012 drubbing, the right loudly and proudly announced that they were going to pursue the same strategy that just lost them the election. They were going to court the angry old white man vote. Blacks, Latinos, women, the LGBT community, Asians, etc. could all go screw themselves. These are all constituencies that are growing in size or influence or both. Liberals stared in disbelief and smiled at the pronouncement, knowing it was doomed in the (not so) long run. Republicans cheered because theyíre insane. and then they nominated Ken ďNo Blow JobsĒ Cuccinelli to run for governor.
CONtinued:
RIP TEABAGGING CONS
DITCH MITCH
Gov Beshear would NOT BE IN OFFICE
if it wasn't for the Republicans ...

WE,
Disliked Williams in a BIG way!
AND
his running mate

Richie Farmer charged with 42 counts of violating Kentucky ethics laws
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/03/18/2562888/ri...

You best THANK a Republican ...

)8~D>
American Lady

Danville, KY

#129354 Oct 15, 2013
American Man wrote:
<quoted text>
See, I couldn't be that dumb if I tried
you don't have to TRY ......
You EXCEL at being "dumber" ...

;~)
spOko

Oakland, CA

#129355 Oct 15, 2013
American Man wrote:
<quoted text>
she said the feds should stay out of the states biz right?
to me, abortion is terminating a pregnancy. that help?
i wouldn't want my wife to have an abortion, no. but if suzy down the street decides for some reason or other, she doesn't want a kid,that is up to her. and to me, and other americans, there is something called freedom. and freedom means not forcing your beliefs on others.
so, you are all for rape and incest babies? that sounds great. then you bitch when those unwanted kids grow up to be drains on the economy. like you!
as an all knowing christian, do those aborted babies go to heaven, or hell?
You poor dumb redneck obviously have a very hard time understanding democracy! It is messy and complicated but mostly we agree that, many times, we must go along with the majority even if we do not agree. Women have the constitutional right to choose - like it or not! Why don't you move to North Korea you'll fit right in with your attitude!!
countrygirl

Greenville, KY

#129356 Oct 15, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
you don't have to TRY ......
You EXCEL at being "dumber" ...
;~)
girl.......you are out there!
a piece of work. A a waste of time.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#129357 Oct 15, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Gov Beshear would NOT BE IN OFFICE
if it wasn't for the Republicans ...
WE,
Disliked Williams in a BIG way!
AND
his running mate
Richie Farmer charged with 42 counts of violating Kentucky ethics laws
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/03/18/2562888/ri...
You best THANK a Republican ...
)8~D>
Stop typing moron.
KY voter registration 2012:
Republicans: 1,122,447.
Democrats: 1,646,927.
http://elect.ky.gov/SiteCollectionDocuments/E...
http://bluegrasspolitics.bloginky.com/2012/05...
Uncle Tab

United States

#129358 Oct 15, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>ha ha ha ha ha ...

you and lots of libTARDS have been trying to get me BANNED on lots of these forums ... for MONTHS ... on some for YEARS! This one in particular! It's the one I've been on the longest :)

Ain't HAPPENED

Y~E~T ...

;~)
We don't have to do a thing, the Mods pull your posts and the ither LOW IQ repubs down on their.

And I completely agree with American Man, you and the other idiot republicans are our best weapon in defeating republicans in the years to come.

Just take a look at the polls.:-D
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#129359 Oct 15, 2013
Chris Matthews Nails It:ďItís Hatred,Ē Not Politics Behind Strong GOP Opposition to President Obama

Matthews didnít hold back when he said it was ďhatred,Ē not politics, thatís fueling such intense opposition to President Obama.

And itís the truth. While Democrats and Republicans have always bickered, Iíve never seen such a level of vile hatred as I have since President Obama was elected in 2008. Itís just blind, unwavering disdain for a man many Republicans canít even list five factual statements about.

Living in Texas, I canít count the times Iíve heard negative comments against the president.

Not intellectual comments based on some kind of factual information, but comments made from sheer ignorance and misinformation. And the kicker is, when you make these people aware that what they believe isnít actually trueóthey simply donít care.

Itís like a saying Iíve heard quite a few times since Barack Obama became president óďRepublicans hate Obama more than they love America.Ē Now, itís up for debate whether or not they actually love America. I maintain they love a version of the United States they wished existed but doesnítóbut thatís a topic for another article.

But I really do feel that these people hate President Obama to such an irrational level that they would rather see this country burn to the ground if it meant they got to oppose something he supports. They donít care about facts or reality, they hate Obama.

And thatís all that seems to matter.

Oh, the government was shut down for a pointless reason? Who cares. We hate Obama.

The United States might default on its debt, causing possible economic catastrophe which might hurt the lives of millions of Americans? Who cares. We hate Obama.

Hell, I remember when we killed Osama bin Laden ó even at a point which should have been apolitical, many of them quickly went into ďObama deserves no creditĒ mode to oppose giving him any credit.

Some basically said that since he didnít pull the trigger, he didnít deserve any credit for anything. Even at a point where our country finally got the most wanted man in the world, Republicans found a way to try to attack Obama.

I really feel that if President Obama ran into a burning building to save 25 orphans, Republicans would find a way to attack him for trying to put firefighters out of business, or some other asinine response.

Where does this hatred come from? Well, undoubtedly it comes from the fact that heís half black. Sure, Republicans will fight tooth and nail to claim that his race has nothing to do with their hatred toward him, but theyíre full of crap.

I live in Texas, I see the racism constantly. I canít count how many times Iíve heard President Obama called some kind of derogatory name for African Americans. Now, Iím not saying all Republicans who oppose President Obama are racists, but I do believe a large part of the opposition to him (especially from the tea party) has to do with his race.

Republicans might not be good at many things, but they are masters at propaganda and pushing a simple, and consistent, message to their voters.
If Fox News is pushing it, I can almost assuredly expect to see my Republicans friends repeating those same talking points very soon. Whatever the right-wing media tells them to think or do, they follow.

And thatís how we get to where we are now. Millions of Americans with such an intense hatred for one man that no amount of facts, reality, common sense or logic will change their minds on anything.

Because like Chris Matthews said, itís no longer about politics. Itís about a pure, unwavering ďhatredĒ of President Obama.

I really believe many of these Republicans would rather see this country reduced to ashes rather than get behind anything the president supports.

http://www.forwardprogressives.com/chris-matt...

teabagging GOP owns racism now.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Uncle Tab

United States

#129360 Oct 15, 2013
American Lady wrote:
To change story ...
On a KILLING

More Details Emerge In Danville Murder Arrest
To read the entire affidavit,***click here.

http://www.lex18.com/news/more-details-emerge...

***Copy of Affadavit from LEX 18 ...
[PDF]
http://www.lex18.com/images/boyle_docs.pdf
Saw that.... A minister at that!!

Says alot of the religious zealots in Danville.

Worthless bastard!!
Uncle Tab

United States

#129361 Oct 15, 2013
spOko wrote:
<quoted text>You poor dumb redneck obviously have a very hard time understanding democracy! It is messy and complicated but mostly we agree that, many times, we must go along with the majority even if we do not agree. Women have the constitutional right to choose - like it or not! Why don't you move to North Korea you'll fit right in with your attitude!!
A democracy or a republic?

Hey crackhead..... We live in a democracy or a republic?

(This should be funny to watch LOL)
Uncle Tab

United States

#129362 Oct 15, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Uncle Tab, I have been trying to catch up and each page I've read I hit last page before going to the next and watch them change all the flaming nuts and x's I give them. They fix all theirs and change yours (like mine) before I get back after the next page. Hilarious. 4 or 5 arisocks and those two loons (if it indeed is two) Arisock's melting down isn't he with all his names and spinning locations. I see he is still fixated on you as well as calling American Man cupcake. haha Next he will bring out his shaved wrestler dude sock. He is a sick pervert. Every post under every name/location reeks with his words and handywork. He is a real pos.

He won't post that email and we know why. haha

You, Crow, American Man and Injudgement were schooling the hell out of those idiots. Big laughs with the comeback and big laughs for their deception, desperation, and death of the teabagging CONS.

Hope you are enjoying the cool day. Rain is on it's way here. I had a lovely day helping my nephew and his wife's move with my sister. Big fun. Fresh air through a new house. Lining shelves and unpacking. Family stopping by bringing food. A full day of it with more to come. Looking forward to seeing all the color on the trees as they slowly give way to fall. Loving that retirement life. I mean that UNION NEGOTIATED retirement. They are the best kind right? They hate that about us as they demonstrate on a post by post basis. haha Loving mine.

I have some more reading to do in between getting some dinner going. I hope you stay on him. He is a demented Sybil.

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH

Loving it. haha

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
Well, it was kinda easy to do. Remember the other day when I said just ignore him? Well, I knew he'd try harder and harder to try to get my attention.(I find it odd that a 'man' would try so hard to get another mans attention on the Internet, but we've all seen son of stupid pay ALOT of attention to men on this board. Begging men to click on links and all so he could PM them) and it worked just fine. I've throw a couple son of stupid jabs out there just to egg him in a bit and he fell hook line and sinker.:-D

And, as usual, calling his dumb ass out on that email he lies about...... He does everything possible to divert away from it. Why does he hide his 'proof' in such a way?? But then again, what else can he do after we've caught him in so many lies and ran him off this board? The brave Internet marine snakes back in using our names..... If he wasn't ashamed that we owned him so often, why sneak back in? Be proud of who you are son of stupid. LMAO

it's no surprise to me whatsoever that the republican approval ratings are tanking out...... Look what it's driven these imbeciles have had to stoop to to post here?:-D

It's just sad.
Uncle Tab

United States

#129363 Oct 15, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>Good one, I wonder if all his post demonstrating his IT skills while he played Avatar King for the weekend is still back there on 20 July bragging and posting all those characters like he is now. Cracking eh? haha His meds needs adjusted and he needs supervision. What a loser like the )8~D> batshit crazy loon and the loser repuke minions.

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
It's sad that these people are so ignorant. And when they're backed into a corner, they're ignorant asses keep repeating 'I owned you blah blah blah) then run off to a baseball game?

:-D a dumb republican will believe that for sure.

He also said he's never said he had my IP address LMAO He called me Paul for weeks and AGAIN, I backed him into a corner and told him to post all my info.... That's when he pulled the Houdini and disappeared until recently.

It's just fun pointing out how much of a bitch he is.

Keyboard hero at its best.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#129364 Oct 15, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
Saw that.... A minister at that!!
Says alot of the religious zealots in Danville.
Worthless bastard!!
Christianity is NOT a religion.
It IS a way of life!

Following The Ten Coomandments ...

Had he been doing that, this would NOT have happened.

When evil transpires we are "supposed" to put on:

The Armor of God!

Ephesians 6:10-24
1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

10 ∂[a]Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might.11 Put on the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to stand against the assaults of the devil.

12 [b]For we wrestle not against flesh and [c]blood, but against [d]principalities, against powers, and against the worldly governors, the princes of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness, which are in the high places.

13 [e]For this cause take unto you the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to resist in the [f]evil day, and having finished all things, stand fast.

14 Stand therefore, and your loins girded about with verity, and having on the breastplate of righteousness,

15 And your feet shod with the [g]preparation of the Gospel of peace.

16 Above all, take the shield of Faith, wherewith ye may quench all the fiery darts of the wicked,

17 And take the helmet of Salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.

18 And pray always with all manner prayer and supplication in the [h]spirit: and watch thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all Saints,

19 And for me, that utterance may be given unto me, that I may open my mouth boldly to publish the secret of the Gospel,

20 Whereof I am the ambassador in bonds, that therein I may speak boldly, as I ought to speak.

21 ∂[i]But that ye may also know mine affairs, and what I do, Tychicus my dear brother and faithful minister in the Lord, shall show you of all things.

22 Whom I have sent unto you for the same purpose, that ye might know mine affairs, and that he might comfort your hearts.

23 Peace be with the brethren, and love with faith from God the Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ.

24 Grace be with all them which love our Lord Jesus Christ, to their [j]immortality, Amen.
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#129365 Oct 15, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
Gov Beshear would NOT BE IN OFFICE
if it wasn't for the Republicans ...
WE,
Disliked Williams in a BIG way!
AND
his running mate
Richie Farmer charged with 42 counts of violating Kentucky ethics laws
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2013/03/18/2562888/ri...
You best THANK a Republican ...
)8~D>
hahaha YOU have got to be kidding. Let me remind you why KENTUCKIANS were sorry they elected a repuke con after 30 years of DEMS. hahaha YOU are nuts lucy loon.

Governor's Troubles Threaten G.O.P. in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky.ó The real risk in noodling, which involves sticking your arm into a catfish nesting hole and yanking out whatever swallows your fist, is not in getting caught doing it out of season, but in reaching too far into the hole and getting snagged by spiny fins.

Just consider the case of Gov. Ernie Fletcher of Kentucky.
A year ago, after being accused of illegally forcing Democrats out of state Civil Service jobs and giving the jobs to political loyalists, Mr. Fletcher, a Republican, dismissed the charges as little worse than noodling in March.(Noodling is legal only from June 1 to Aug. 31.)

But 15 indictments later, Mr. Fletcher's administration ó including his self-titled Disciples, accused of being the ringleaders of the patronage scheme ó is still feeling the sting as his approval ratings drop below 30 percent.

Most of his former backers, including his mentor, Senator Mitch McConnell, have distanced themselves from him, and Democrats point to the case as another example of Republican corruption and overreach. Mr. Fletcher was indicted on three misdemeanor charges; while on vacation in Florida in early June, he had his lawyer enter a plea of not guilty.

The accusations have threatened to reverse a tide that Republicans in the state have worked for more than a decade to turn in their favor. With the party controlling the State Senate and just shy of a majority in the House, many Republicans viewed Mr. Fletcher's easy victory in 2003 as the dawning of a new political era for the Bluegrass State.

The charges against Mr. Fletcher ó conspiracy, official misconduct and political discrimination ó were brought on May 11. The 14 other members of his administration who have been indicted are charged with a total of 23 felonies and 60 misdemeanors for, among other things, criminal conspiracy and evidence tampering. In August 2005, Mr. Fletcher issued a blanket pardon protecting everyone in his administration but himself from prosecution.

The governor is permitted to fill 4,000 political jobs. But the attorney general says Mr. Fletcher sought to fill many of the state's 32,000 merit-based jobs with political allies.

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/20/us/20kentuc...

Thank the republiCONS???? hahahahahaha Have you been sucking on the chemtrail fog too with your Jose' in hand? lmao@delusional lucy loon

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#129367 Oct 15, 2013
Doing what repukes do best....DECEIVE

AND a good buddy of ole turtleman

KY: Governor Ernie Fletcher Indicted

Matt Singer on May 11, 2006 - 5:04pm
The culture of corruption runs deep in many statehouses. Kentucky's Governor Ernie Fletcher (R) has been indicted for conspiracy, official misconduct, and political discrimination. There are an additional fourteen indictments returned by the grand jury under seal. Thankfully, principled leaders are rolling up their sleeves and Cleaning Up Our Statehouses -- Progressive States and our coalition partners will be discussing exciting ideas for reform in Concord, NH tomorrow with nearly 150 legislators, activists, and leaders from around New England. It should be a great event.
http://www.progressivestates.org/blog/249/ky-...

OH, DON'T FORGET ABOUT THIS ONE....butt of jokes for a week on latenight....PRICELESS

an embarrassment for KENTUCKY.


Plane That Caused Capitol Evacuation Nearly Shot Down

The top general at the North American Aerospace Defense Command was on the telephone and prepared to order an F-16 fighter to shoot down an unidentified plane that turned out to be carrying the governor of Kentucky to former president Ronald Reagan's funeral last month, according to two federal security officials briefed separately about the incident.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles...

hahahaha remember that like it was yesterday. Dumbass CONS

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#129368 Oct 15, 2013
countrygirl wrote:
<quoted text> girl.......you are out there!
a piece of work. A a waste of time.
She is definitely a )8~D> batshit crazy loon.

Welcome back countrygirl. We missed you. Especially that chemtrail serb hag. She talks about you all the time. She thinks I am you, crow....etc..you know their little sock game they play. hahaha

Have a good night.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Uncle Tab

United States

#129369 Oct 15, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
Chris Matthews Nails It:¬ďIt¬ís Hatred,¬Ē Not Politics Behind Strong GOP Opposition to President Obama

Matthews didn¬ít hold back when he said it was ¬ďhatred,¬Ē not politics, that¬ís fueling such intense opposition to President Obama.

And it’s the truth. While Democrats and Republicans have always bickered, I’ve never seen such a level of vile hatred as

It¬ís like a saying I¬íve heard quite a few times since Barack Obama became president ¬ó¬ďRepublicans hate Obama more than they love America.¬Ē Now, it¬ís up for debate whether or not they actually love America. I maintain they love a version of the United States they wished existed but doesn¬ít¬óbut that¬ís a topic for another article.

But I really do feel that these people hate President Obama to such an irrational level that they would rather see this country burn to the ground if it meant they got to oppose something he supports. They don’t care about facts or reality, they hate Obama.

And that’s all that seems to matter.

Oh, the government was shut down for a pointless reason? Who cares. We hate Obama.

The United States might default on its debt, causing possible economic catastrophe which might hurt the lives of millions of Americans? Who cares. We hate Obama.

Hell, I remember when we killed Osama bin Laden ¬ó even at a point which should have been apolitical, many of them quickly went into ¬ďObama deserves no credit¬Ē mode to oppose giving him any credit.

Some basically said that since he didn’t pull the trigger, he didn’t deserve any credit for anything. Even at a point where our country finally got the most wanted man in the world, Republicans found a way to try to attack Obama.

I really feel that if President Obama ran into a burning building to save 25 orphans, Republicans would find a way to attack him for trying to put firefighters out of business, or some other asinine response.

Where does this hatred come from? Well, undoubtedly it comes from the fact that he’s half black. Sure, Republicans will fight tooth and nail to claim that his race has nothing to do with their hatred toward him, but they’re full of crap.

I live in Texas, I see the racism constantly. I can’t count how many times I’ve heard President Obama called some kind of derogatory name for African Americans. Now, I’m not saying all Republicans who oppose President Obama are racists, but I do believe a large part of the opposition to him (especially from the tea party) has to do with his race.

Because like Chris Matthews said, it¬ís no longer about politics. It¬ís about a pure, unwavering ¬ďhatred¬Ē of President Obama.

I really believe many of these Republicans would rather see this country reduced to ashes rather than get behind anything the president supports.

http://www.forwardprogressives.com/chris-matt...

teabagging GOP owns racism now.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Matthews is out there sometimes.... But on this one, he's 100% correct.

We see it every day here.

When is the last time ANY republican on this board has shared a great republican bill or anything positive a republican has done for our country! NOT against what the President is doing!! They can't because it never happens.

I agree that the majority of republicans are racist trash and still living in the 50s and 60s

And in the decades to come history books will point that out. And you can't rewrite history racist republicans. No matter how hard you try.

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