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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 225218 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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Since: Nov 08

Paris

#135261 Nov 18, 2013
Calvin_Coolish wrote:
Rand Paul's Plagiarism, how original
An entire section of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s 2013 book "Government Bullies" was copied wholesale from a 2003 case study by the Heritage Foundation, BuzzFeed has learned. The copied section, 1,318 words, is by far the most significant instance reported so far of Paul borrowing language from other published material.(<<<Hot C borrowed that.)
You didn't seem as voice enamored when your liberal buddy Joe Biden did it. Funny how that works.

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Since: Nov 08

Paris

#135262 Nov 18, 2013
Newport Guy wrote:
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Judging by your intellect I would have to guess your former profession to be along the lines of lunch lady.
An honorable profession for sure, but one requiring very little intellect or social skills.
(I say "former" because you are here too much to have any kind current employment)
Sounds more like your low information voters.

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Since: May 11

London, UK

#135263 Nov 18, 2013
American Lady wrote:
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Hey bub ...
I won't divulge my personal job(s) no more than I already have on these boards.
You can only 'wish' you had the personal lifestyle and wonderful experiences that I've had.
B
U
T
Keep trying ... you just MIGHT get near 'it' one day ...
;~)
Well good for you, you have multiple "jobs", glad to see you're keeping busy, I have a profession rather than a job, I don't have the time to moonlight at the local café, or drive the school bus.

I'm struggling to ascertain what about your 'personal lifestyle' I would find intimidatory within the realm of topix?
did u know

United States

#135264 Nov 18, 2013
The Radical Tea Party will fail just like they have with every thing else. The news is out the Tea party the most radical group of nuts since the Taliban.

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did u know

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#135265 Nov 18, 2013
BREAKING NEWS......— Stock market indexes are hitting new milestones on Wall Street, as the Dow Jones industrial average crossed 16,000 points for the first time this morning and the Standard & Poor's 500 index crossed 1,800 points.

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GOTP

Fitchburg, MA

#135266 Nov 18, 2013
did u know wrote:
BREAKING NEWS......— Stock market indexes are hitting new milestones on Wall Street, as the Dow Jones industrial average crossed 16,000 points for the first time this morning and the Standard & Poor's 500 index crossed 1,800 points.
If Obama is a socialist, he's not a very good one, check that stock market! You know, the measure of Capitalism!!!!
oil

Hyden, KY

#135267 Nov 18, 2013
down on the mkt. this morning to 93 and change a barrel it was 105 back month ago.so energy not driving the mkt. corporate welfare is driving the mkts from both sides of the white house .it at a all time high right now.more of our tax dollars being given away to the 1% than any time in the history of this nation.the richer get rich while the poorer get poorer.

Since: May 11

London, UK

#135268 Nov 18, 2013
GOTP wrote:
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If Obama is a socialist, he's not a very good one, check that stock market! You know, the measure of Capitalism!!!!
...so what you're saying is...Obama is not a socialist?

Well done.

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Want

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#135269 Nov 18, 2013
I just want my funds I have been funnelling funds prior to 2008 to mimic the daily records broken on Wall Street.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#135270 Nov 18, 2013
did u know wrote:
The Radical Tea Party will fail just like they have with every thing else. The news is out the Tea party the most radical group of nuts since the Taliban.
Horse hockey.

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Paris

#135271 Nov 18, 2013
did u know wrote:
BREAKING NEWS......— Stock market indexes are hitting new milestones on Wall Street, as the Dow Jones industrial average crossed 16,000 points for the first time this morning and the Standard & Poor's 500 index crossed 1,800 points.
Did you know why? The Feds are artificially keep the market up, pumping. 85 billion in to wall st. To keep it from falling.

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spOko

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#135272 Nov 18, 2013
Fordism (named after Henry Ford), under which employers paid their workers enough that they could afford to buy the goods they mass--produced.
http://prospect.org/article/40-year-slump
spOko

Oakland, CA

#135273 Nov 18, 2013
did u know wrote:
The Radical Tea Party will fail just like they have with every thing else. The news is out the Tea party the most radical group of nuts since the Taliban.
The Loyal Opposition. If the Opposition behaves irresponsibly, and indulges in unhealthy, destructive criticism, or in the case of the present GOP leadership, down right hostile instead of constructive discussions, the entire democratic fabric is endangered. Both sides—the ruling party and the Opposition—have an obligation to observe the rules of the game. They must not play foul, for one foul inevitably leads to another and yet another, and pretty soon the end of folly is nowhere in sight. The democratic process then becomes a bloody mess. As we have been witnessing over the past few years of a majority party without responsible leadership. It is quite obvious that unless the people are vigilant and alert, all power will pass into the hands of clever professional politicians, lobbyists and demagogues who will not hesitate to exploit the ignorant masses and pursue policies that help them to perpetuate their agenda. Today’s rightwing is intolerant, uncompassionate, and self-serving!

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GOTP

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#135275 Nov 18, 2013
"How can any Harvard trained lawyer who taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago believe that the president of the United States has the authority to suspend enforcement of an act duly passed by Congress and signed by the president?"

Well, this is exaclty what the grand old tea Party shut down the Government unless he agreed to do!

So, typical GOTP, require the President to do as they request, if he does, they blame him for doing it!

Google Medicare Part D rollout, see how these things work or in the case of major changes, doesn't work initially and has to be changed!

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GOTP

Fitchburg, MA

#135277 Nov 18, 2013
American Lady wrote:
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You're 'nuttier' than ALL the nuTz
that squirrels gather for winter ...
A 'constitutional lawyer' NOT knowing how the U.S. Constitution *works*...[or maybe he was going by kenya's]
Either THAT
or
he was 'relying' on useful iDiOts ...
Which do you prefer ...???
;~)
I prefer post #135275 32 min ago which garnered 24 Brilliant votes, 24 Helpful votes and 24 Agree votes in just over a half an hour!!!

How are your posts doing??????

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GOTP

Fitchburg, MA

#135278 Nov 18, 2013
I think it's quite clear outside the bubble

Americans prefer by wide margins

Truth
Reality
Reasonableness
Good Governing
Good ideas

Americans do not like by wide margins

Sabotaging Government
Hypocracy
Unsurpassed Obstructionism
Lying
Bad ideas
Bad Governance
Games playing
Racist
Women haters
Bible thumpers
The Teabaggers, you know, U!!!!!!

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Ta Da

Switzerland

#135279 Nov 18, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
Sarah Palin, Richard Cohen and today’s sad, sad GOP
On their planet, it's not racist to compare the national debt to slavery, or "gag" at seeing an interracial couple
I’m getting a lot of attention, even outside the wingnut blogosphere, for explaining on MSNBC that Sarah Palin’s equating the national debt with slavery is another example of “the white grievance industry” manufacturing and peddling new widgets of rage to the GOP base. I’m not sure what’s noteworthy there. Palin is indeed part of a vast white right-wing anger machine mostly run out of Fox News, though its unrivaled leader is Rush Limbaugh. It’s powered by the paranoia among too many Republicans that white people are somehow oppressed by our first black president.
You’re forgiven if Palin is on your ignore list. In case you missed it, the half-term former Alaska governor riled up an Iowa crowd this weekend by declaring what she was about to say “isn’t racist,” then immediately complaining that liberals (presumably) would “try anyway” to make it seem racist, and then making her ignorant comparison between the national debt and chattel slavery, which is at best deeply dismissive of slavery’s cruel and persistent legacy in American society, if not actually racist.
As I said on MSNBC’s “Politics Nation,”“white privilege” can be a tough term to define precisely, but I’d say Palin ran a clinic on it in Iowa. White privilege consists of either being so ignorant about slavery that you can compare it to the national debt, or so entitled that you know it’s an absolutely bogus and invidious comparison but you go ahead and make it anyway because … free speech! Or something.
But this is the main political capital that the Republican Party seems to have today: the anger and grievance of older white voters, most of them male, at the multiracial country that’s emerging in their lifetimes, as personified by President Obama. The mainstream media, though, is having a very hard time deciding how big a deal that is, and so they highlight someone – in this case, me – calling it a big deal, in order to suggest, well, liberals are going a little too far on this race stuff, too. Aren’t they? No, we’re not.
The Washington Post’s self-destructive columnist Richard Cohen showed the trouble many pundits are having reckoning with this new world, in a column about why New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will have a hard time with the very Iowa voters Palin pandered to last weekend. The problem is that in describing the attitudes of those voters, Cohen, sadly, seemed to share them. He’s mainly in trouble for this paragraph (also, to be fair, for a lot of his past creepy writing about race):
The problem with what Cohen wrote is that he seems to share the “gag reflex” of those “conventional” voters.(And is “conventional” really a synonym for “backward” and “racist” at the Washington Post? Is that in the stylebook?) Cohen also manages to compare these Tea Party devotees to the Dixiecrats who bolted the Democratic Party over civil rights legislation – but then he says Harry Belafonte was wrong to call them “racist.” OK.
Richard Cohen is an absolutely terrible columnist, but his Op-Ed today, along with the Mediaite and Real Clear Politics posts about my Palin remarks, shows the trouble journalists are having reckoning with the racism of many (not all) Tea Party voters and their leaders like Palin. Clearly, anyone who demands the right to use the word “slavery” to describe the national debt is verbally challenged and/...blah blah blaaaaaaaa
RIP TEABAGGER GOP CONS
DITCH MITCH
You repuke circus clown socks have fun. Stomp away. I have to go spend some of that retirement check you losers wish you had. Leave some laughs.
looks like you got er rite thar. Clowns are stomp ing away. Loser doing the stomping enjoying that there retirement er welfare check. Each little click, each little click...droppings to the guilty.

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GOTP

Fitchburg, MA

#135280 Nov 18, 2013
spOko has broken the 30 barrier!!!

+89!

U =-63!

Me thinks if a vote were taken today, you'd be trounced like mississippi mud baby!!

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Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#135281 Nov 18, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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Horse hockey.
Actually it is a true statement. Both the Islamic Taliban and the Teahadist desire the same thing. To take over a freely elected government and replace it with some form of religious rule while casting out anyone different.

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whitehair

Louisville, KY

#135283 Nov 18, 2013
spOko wrote:
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The Loyal Opposition. If the Opposition behaves irresponsibly, and indulges in unhealthy, destructive criticism, or in the case of the present GOP leadership, down right hostile instead of constructive discussions, the entire democratic fabric is endangered. Both sides—the ruling party and the Opposition—have an obligation to observe the rules of the game. They must not play foul, for one foul inevitably leads to another and yet another, and pretty soon the end of folly is nowhere in sight. The democratic process then becomes a bloody mess. As we have been witnessing over the past few years of a majority party without responsible leadership. It is quite obvious that unless the people are vigilant and alert, all power will pass into the hands of clever professional politicians, lobbyists and demagogues who will not hesitate to exploit the ignorant masses and pursue policies that help them to perpetuate their agenda. Today’s rightwing is intolerant, uncompassionate, and self-serving!
Agree until your last sentence. Rightwing?? Are all aware that Harry Reid took a simple law to help in the home ownership area, obliterated the bill which had come out of the House, then glued the Obama Care Act to it and made it appear to have come from the House??? Are all aware this is not Constitutional?? Are all aware that a Law Suit has been filed to bring this into the open and the Obama Care Act would be abolished?? You see, it is too simple to believe , but all taxes must originate from the House to be Constitutional!!!Read this in the litigation news.

Trouble is on the Horizon , how long will it take for the litigation to proceed thru the courts??? This may be some reason to screw around till the time for Obama Care runs out?

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