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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 289329 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: May 11

London, UK

#136336 Nov 23, 2013
Well look at that, just the multiple personality disodrered mutual admiration society here last night.

...it's not like the social hand-grenades have anything better to do on firday nights.

Like sands through the hour-glass, so are the days of our NO-LIFERS LMFAO.
ROTFL

Jackson, MI

#136337 Nov 23, 2013
This is great! John Kerry got kicked out of Iran talks - by Iran, now that some western countries are making progress he re-enters so he can show he was involved in any progress,

ROTFL, Rush was right, libtards on understand symbolism over substance, but only with other libtards, real people see libtards as, well, libtards,

LOL, ROTFL, please libs, keep entertaining us, it's cheaper than going to the movies,

baaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
ROTFL

Jackson, MI

#136338 Nov 23, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Administration Extends Enrollment Deadline... Oh suprise suprise suprise, to right after the election. Obama goes down and dirty to try to prevent what his polls say is a 2014 wipe out.
ROTFL again, hussein oblamer shut down the govt, disrupted peoples lifes, kicked people out of national parks, because the repubs wanted to either unfund hussein-ocare or delay it, then, when demotards turn on him and the anti-American media turn on him, he unilaterally delays the mandate until after the 2014 elections, LOL, ROTFL,

OK, all bow to king oblamer,

man I can't wait until the 2014 elections, thats one thing I agree with the demotards on,

baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
ROTFL

Jackson, MI

#136340 Nov 23, 2013
oh my, this must not be true either, found it on Fox news,

hahahahahaha,

Polls: President Obama's approval rating sinks to new low
ROTFL

Jackson, MI

#136341 Nov 23, 2013
Hey demotards, look what I just found, a website that caters to hussein oblamers list of blamers, it's impressive and it was last updated in 2012, WOW, it's outdated and still an impressive list,

http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2012/03/23/p...
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#136346 Nov 23, 2013
ROTFL wrote:
<quoted text>
ROTFL again, hussein oblamer shut down the govt, disrupted peoples lifes, kicked people out of national parks, because the repubs wanted to either unfund hussein-ocare or delay it, then, when demotards turn on him and the anti-American media turn on him, he unilaterally delays the mandate until after the 2014 elections, LOL, ROTFL,
OK, all bow to king oblamer,
man I can't wait until the 2014 elections, thats one thing I agree with the demotards on,
baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Senate race '14:

Dems 55

thems 45

hahahahahahahahahahaha
ROTFL

Jackson, MI

#136349 Nov 23, 2013
Since all you libtard sheepetards live and breathe media soundbites, I found a couple for you to ponder,

hahahahahaha,

Trump:'Embarrassing' how Putin has 'played' Obama

Obama “confused” and “wimpy,”

Vladimir Putin has made Obama into a “monkey” on Syria.

Obama’s embarrassing Syria scramble

A troubling time for the president, when Vladmir Putin looks reasonable and measured by comparison

just can't quit laughing at this, hussein oblamer is the best thing for late night talk shows there is,

ROTFL,
ROTFL

Jackson, MI

#136350 Nov 23, 2013
Fox New Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>You are not welcome here you foreign trash.
Why are you so angry, did the gay bar cancel your health insurance coverage at the welfare office?

hahahahaha,
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#136352 Nov 23, 2013
ROTFL wrote:
trump? This is all the trible thumpers have? LMFAO.
ROTFL

Jackson, MI

#136353 Nov 23, 2013
hahahaha, laughed so hard at this it hurt, hussein oblamer gets millions of peoples health care policies cancelled, and CNN posts this!

ROTFL, this has got to be the best blamerism of all, and the writer of the article even states in his post that he is a demotard,

HAHAHA, this is 100% PRICELESS!

GOP's 'playbook' to deny Americans health care

http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/22/opinion/israel-...
ROTFL

Jackson, MI

#136354 Nov 23, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
<quoted text>
trump? This is all the trible thumpers have? LMFAO.
Yeah, Trump is the only one saying it! The fact that he is a multi-billion air and hussein oblamer has bankrupt the country has nothing to do with it,

ROTFL, man, you sheepletards are hilarious,

baaaaaaaaaaaa

Since: May 11

London, UK

#136357 Nov 23, 2013
Fox New Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>Multi Billion "air"
Lmfao
Lmfao
Lmfao
You retarded uneducated SOB.
...your average member of the tealiban is still hooked on phonics...including the Oral Roberts 'University(*buIIshlt cough*)' graduates.
Hmmmm

United States

#136358 Nov 23, 2013
Fox New Is A Joke wrote:
<quoted text>GOP Playbook.......more of the same.
Seems as if this person and 'republicons' are the same.

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#136360 Nov 23, 2013
They are is desperate need of a crisis.

Here is one.
ROTFL wrote:
<quoted text>
yes, and here is their website.
www.democrats.org
Even the demotard website is asking "Are You Still In", ROTFL, this just can't get any better! Or maybe it can! LOLOL,
Ms. T. Brawley has been convicted of murder, she need your help, she already get ObamaCARE.

LYING DUKE LACROSSE ACCUSER CONVICTED OF MURDER

The Marxist MSM are hiding her for repackaging, like a czar at the Whitehouse table.

In 2006, Mangum accused three Duke lacrosse players of raping her at a party. The charges were later dismissed after the evidence did not back up Mangum’s story. Her accusations tore apart the Duke lacrosse program and resulted in the disbarment of District Attorney Mike Nifong.

Assistant District Attorney Charlene Franks, who prosecuted the murder case, said it was never about Crystal Mangum, the Duke lacrosse accuser.

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2013/11/22/339611...
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136361 Nov 23, 2013
The GOP is out to destroy the country

Yes, the headline is rather hyperbolic. It’s as over-the-top as some of President Obama’s most unhinged critics, who believe he is running the nation without care or concern for the Constitution. But when you look at the actions of the Republican Party, particularly its members in Congress, my headline seems appropriate.

Three different pieces highlighted how the GOP is grinding just about every sector of the federal government to a halt. And it is doing it through a cynical combination of obstruction, saying no and failing to have viable alternative proposals worthy of national debate. Whatever political gains Republicans achieve in the short-term come at the long-term expense of the country. That’s simply unacceptable.

Even though the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare) is much more than a Web site, the disastrous roll out of Healthcare.gov has done a number on the president’s standing with the American people. According to the latest Post-ABC News poll, Obama’s overall approval rating sits at 42 percent. His 55 percent disapproval rating is the highest of his presidency. This would be the perfect time for the opposition to step forward with those alternative proposals. But the GOP is “The Party of Zilch,” as Ron Fournier so accurately described.

Rather than be the party of solutions in a gridlocked capital, appealing to a leadership-starved public, the GOP is the party of obstruction, ensuring that its putrid approval ratings nose dive apace with Obama’s.

The country needs sensible immigration reform that brings 11 million or so undocumented residents out of the shadows. No, says the GOP

The country needs to tame a massive debt that will be 100 percent of the gross domestic product by 2038 unless Congress raises revenue and trims entitlements. No, says the GOP.

The country needs fair debate and compromise around existential issues such as climate change, income inequality, and a deteriorating 20th century infrastructure. No, says the GOP.

“Other than hard partisans on the left and right, the majority of the public—moderate, fix-it Americans who simply want a sensible government—now have nowhere to turn, because the GOP is the party of nothing,” Fournier correctly concludes.
The New York Times editorial board delivered its own party-of-zilch disquisition using opposition to the ACA as the jumping off point.

What is the Republican alternative to this government program, flawed as it is right now? There is none. Party members simply want to repeal the health law and let insurers go back to canceling policies at the first sign of a shadow on an X-ray. They have no immigration policy of their own. They have no plan that will stimulate job growth. They are in favor only of shutdowns and sequesters and repeals, giving the public no reason to believe they have a governing vision or even a legislative agenda.

That congressional Republicans have no “governing vision or even a legislative agenda” was proven in a Politico story on Sunday. The headline said it all:“House GOP 2014 agenda starts with blank slate.”

Last Thursday, a group of House Republicans filed into Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s Capitol office suite and received a blank piece of paper labeled “Agenda 2014.”

The blank slate just about sums up where Republicans find themselves after a year marked by the first government shutdown in 17 years, futile efforts to repeal Obamacare and the inability to pass spending bills at the levels set by Republican leaders.

As bad as that is, what a Republican aide said is worse.“What we have done so far this year clearly hasn’t worked,” the GOP aide involved in the planning sessions told the Politico reporters.“Cantor wants to take us in a new direction, which is good. The problem is we don’t know where we are headed, and we don’t know what we can sell to our members.” This no way to run an enterprise as large and as important as the United States.

CONtinued:

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136362 Nov 23, 2013
CONtinued:

The judicial branch is crippled as qualified nominees go unconfirmed due to “unfair hurdles in the Senate.” As a result, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, the nation’s second-highest court, has three vacancies on the 11-seat court that handles cases involving federal regulations and national security. Half of the legislative branch is in thrall to a band of right-wing zealots unmoved by facts as much as they are motivated by hatred of the president. As a result, the threat of government shutdowns and default is constant. Inaction on pressing issues is now routine. And the executive branch finds its agenda held hostage by an opposition that schemed against it since before its inauguration in 2009, even though said agenda was approved by the American people — twice.

That the Obama administration has been able to get as much done as it has speaks to the president’s determination to move this nation forward. Yet it’s not enough. Ours is a government that requires two functioning parties that produce good public policy through the necessary friction of governing. Neither party is perfect nor has all the ideas or the answers. But no good comes from a party that gives up completely on governing.

At the end of its editorial, the Times noted,“Democrats may be stumbling right now, but at least they are trying.” Would that Republicans did the same. It is long past time they did.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-part...

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136364 Nov 23, 2013
Alan Grayson Obliterates The GOP: They Have No Solutions They Just Want to Whine

Rep. Alan Grayson obliterated the Republican Party on The Ed Show. He called the GOP out for lacking solutions, and for being a party of whiners.

Video:

Rep. Grayson (D-FL) was discussing the Republicans’ lack of ideas on healthcare. Grayson commented on his statement a few years ago that the Republican healthcare plan for the uninsured is for them to die quickly. Grayson said,“Look, its been four years, I wish they’d prove me wrong. What is their healthcare plan? The only thing they even natter about is tort reform. Well. We’ve had tort reform in Florida, and thirty eight other states now for the last twelve years, believe me, Florida is not a medical paradise. Or they want interstate licensing of health insurance companies, so that the big ones can swallow up the little ones, just like fish and leave us in the hole. No, look they’ve got no solutions to any problems. They just want to whine. In fact that’s the real name of the tea party as far as I’m concerned. The whine party, because all they ever do is whine.”

Rep. Grayson demonstrated how Democrats can fight back and go on the offensive on almost any issue. The Republican Party is so divided that they can’t agree on anything, which leaves them in a position of trying to defeat Democratic ideas with nothing. On healthcare, the Republicans have nothing. On jobs, they have nothing. On every issue, they have nothing.

The Republican reaction to the Harry Reid’s decision to nuclear and reform the filibuster is a perfect example of how empty their party is. When they lost the ability to obstruct, Republicans started whining, and whining, and whining.

In order to defeat the Republican Party, they must be exposed for what they are. A party of backseat drivers and endless whiners. Grayson handed Republicans their heads, and every Democrat in the country should do the same.

http://www.politicususa.com/2013/11/22/alan-g...

Yep, whiners, like the repukes on here. hahaha They have NOTHING. No healthcare plan, no jobs plan, NOTHING

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#136365 Nov 23, 2013
The RhINOs will say that the DNC has shot itself in the foot by declaring the INTENTION of the U.S. Constitution irrelevant. Obama, Mimi, & Reid intend to 'bum rush' America now. The cost of ObamaCARE will be minor as we endure the 'death by a thousand cuts'.
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136366 Nov 23, 2013
GOP's 'playbook' to deny Americans health care

(CNN)-- New Yorkers have two ways of looking at a problem. You can ask, "What went wrong, and who do we blame?" or you can roll up your sleeves and ask, "What went wrong, and how do we fix it?"

If anyone in America had any question about which question congressional Republicans would ask, we now have an answer: House Republicans engineered a 17-page playbook detailing how to sabotage and repeal the Affordable Care Act so they can score political points. In this lengthy manual, however, Republicans didn't offer a single idea for solutions, for helping constituents enroll in health care or understand their benefits. Rather, the entire handbook is a tactical guide to tearing down the law.

Republicans have no playbook to create jobs, they have no playbook to build infrastructure, they have no playbook to pass immigration reform, they have no playbook to pass a budget -- and they have no playbook to propose a better health care system.

Their only playbook is to take us back to a system that didn't work, that led hardworking people into bankruptcy and gave insurance companies unchecked power to deny care and drop coverage. Democrats, on the other hand, are going to relentlessly remind Americans that one party is willing to fix the Affordable Care Act and that one party -- the Republican Party -- wants to repeal the law and put insurance companies back in charge.

Because when Americans see Republicans in Congress sharing an anecdote or holding a hearing, they can know it is designed to do one thing: Take the country back to the dark days when our health care system didn't work.

As a Democrat who represents countless families who need the reforms from the Affordable Care Act, there's no question in my mind that the problems that have emerged as the health care exchanges have rolled out need to be fixed, and soon, so that the act works for the American people. One thing is clear: We can't go back to a broken system that doesn't cover a woman because she had breast cancer or one in which a 24-year-old is kicked off his parents' insurance.

When Speaker John Boehner and House Republicans feign concern over the problems with the law or the glitches with implementation, they have no credibility.

The law is already measurably helping Americans and the American economy. A report this week from the Council on Economic Advisers said that health care inflation is at the lowest rate in a generation and that health care spending has risen by the lowest rate of growth ever recorded, improvements brought about, in part, by the law. And this is to say nothing of the vital consumer protections the law has brought about.

When the dust clears, the American people will see one basic principle: Democrats are striving to improve the law, and Republicans are striving to sabotage it, rooting for failure and refusing to offer any ideas of their own about how to improve the system.

The debate over health care is a microcosm of the broader debate between Democrats and Republicans about the big issues facing our country, whether it's ending the Medicare guarantee or making sure corporations pay their fair share. In the coming months, we'll see the divide between the parties on full display, as Republicans yet again hurtle the country toward more shutdown showdowns and fiscal brinksmanship this winter.

Make no mistake: As Republicans show that their priority is to protect special interests, destroy the Affordable Care Act and side with insurance companies, Democrats will stand on the side of hardworking families. House Democrats will continue to work to offer commonsense solutions to the American people so that health care works, middle-class families can get ahead and the dysfunction in Washington stops jeopardizing the prosperity of this great nation.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/22/opinion/israel-...

GOP = Party of No = No solutions

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH

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#136369 Nov 23, 2013
The LIE has the same smell, goodmorning.

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