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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 274721 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).

Join the discussion below, or Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com.

republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136485 Nov 24, 2013
A family dinner

Like many Americans, my friends and family will gather around the dinner table this week, more than once, and catch up on each others complicated lives. Give the easy advice when it's someone else's dilemma and then spill our own, seemingly irresolvable challenges right on the decked holiday table, along with steaming sliced turkey meat and stains from past cranberry sauces. But we may be having one of those feasts in an unusual venue this year, a hospital room for a senior family member. She's been having some worrisome episodes, the kind of problem that is terrifying to the patient even though it doesn't appear to be life threatening, and most frustrating of all, the kind of problem that resists easy diagnosis.

That's enough to properly scare any family or patient. It means endless tests, lots of dead-ends, and doctor consults. But here in the U.S., there's one thing that never comes up: No one asks us kids to open up our meager checkbooks and cut huge checks right and left or the patient will get kicked right out of the hospital with a giant bill they'll never be able to repay.

It's not the ideal Thanksgiving, and yet there is reason to be thankful there. Follow me below.

I'm thankful that almost 50 years ago, in 1965, under the leadership of President Lyndon Johnson and a democratically controlled Congress, we created Title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide health care to people age 65 and older, regardless of networth, income, or preexisting conditions. Medicare was a simple proposition: we would all pitch in to make sure our parents and grandparents had high quality affordable health care available, something they had lacked until then, secure in the knowledge that if we lived long enough, our friends and neighbors and countrymen would likewise pitch in for us.

It was called socialism, it was called Marxism, it was called much worse, at time when those words carried a lot more than rhetorical weight, they landed squarely on a public whipped into a panic at nightmare visions of a thousand mushrooms clouds blooming over every city. Even without a nuclear war, some predicted the mere enactment of the law would mark the End of Freedom and Liberty.

Now we know better; without Medicare and the expansions, fixes, and tweaks that followed, both my parents, millions of other seniors, and at least one popular front-page writer on this very site might not be looking forward to a relaxing Thanksgiving this week with their loved ones. I'm thankful for them and for that.

I'm thankful for the president who signed the ACA, a man who withstood and withstands to this day a 24/7 barrage of the most personalized, revolting displays of political contempt, hypocrisy, and open hatred seen in the post-war era.

CONtinued:

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136486 Nov 24, 2013
CONtinued:

I'm thankful to Nancy Pelosi, first Madame Speaker of the House, who put her leadership on the line—and BTW, lost it—to secure sorely needed peace of mind for tens of millions of ordinary Americans who lack health insurance right now. Being a patriot means a lot more than wearing a flag-pin, anyone can do that. Whether in war or politics, it means risking and at times taking a personal hit to save the lives and preserve the well-being of your fellow Americans. This lady could teach some big, rugged, tan men a lesson about professional courage: John Boehner would be well advised to take copious notes and start practicing right now if he wants to ever come close to her many examples.

Like many Americans, I'm lucky enough to have a big, loud, extended family, full of drama and rife with characters spanning the gamut, from quiet to boisterous, from reserved to adventurous, from left to right. Like many Americans I too often take them for granted, it's always been this way after all. And like many Americans, I should be more grateful for them, or at least show it more, or tell them how much I care about them. Maybe this week would be a good time to start thanking everyone we care about and depend on.

I'm thankful to you: The citizen-activists that spring up on Daily Kos and throughout the progressive netroots like digital minute men on a moments notice, battling evil—not just when its weak, but when evil seems invincible. The diarists, you guys and gals who somehow seem to be able to absorb the equivalent of a grad course on a new subject in hours flat, then take the time to turn around, become part web-page designer and part author, and artfully lay it out for the rest of us to learn and share.

I'm thankful I belong to a political movement that sticks up for the weak and vulnerable, the easily scapegoated, and speaks for those who have been systematically robbed of their political voice.

There is nothing easier in this world than going to bat for the privileged few at the expense of We the People. But we will occupy the same place in the history books as abolitionists, you will find us in the same pages as those who demanded women be able to vote or who braved marching along hostile streets for civil rights, and all the many less known men and women who paid a steep personal or political price for American progress.

So I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season. And come back soon, refreshed and ready to roll. There is much we have left to do.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/11/24/1257...

Be sure and listen to the President Reagan video.

NOT GOING BACK...repukes..deal with it or get out of the way. The MAJORITY is moving forward.

GOP = themselves, BIG CORPS/PHARMA and $$$$$$$$$$

DEMS = PEOPLE

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
Kemocrat

Cub Run, KY

#136488 Nov 24, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
CONtinued:
I'm thankful to Nancy Pelosi, first Madame Speaker of the House, who put her leadership on the line—and BTW, lost it—to secure sorely needed peace of mind for tens of millions of ordinary Americans who lack health insurance right now. Being a patriot means a lot more than wearing a flag-pin, anyone can do that. Whether in war or politics, it means risking and at times taking a personal hit to save the lives and preserve the well-being of your fellow Americans. This lady could teach some big, rugged, tan men a lesson about professional courage: John Boehner would be well advised to take copious notes and start practicing right now if he wants to ever come close to her many examples.
Like many Americans, I'm lucky enough to have a big, loud, extended family, full of drama and rife with characters spanning the gamut, from quiet to boisterous, from reserved to adventurous, from left to right. Like many Americans I too often take them for granted, it's always been this way after all. And like many Americans, I should be more grateful for them, or at least show it more, or tell them how much I care about them. Maybe this week would be a good time to start thanking everyone we care about and depend on.
I'm thankful to you: The citizen-activists that spring up on Daily Kos and throughout the progressive netroots like digital minute men on a moments notice, battling evil—not just when its weak, but when evil seems invincible. The diarists, you guys and gals who somehow seem to be able to absorb the equivalent of a grad course on a new subject in hours flat, then take the time to turn around, become part web-page designer and part author, and artfully lay it out for the rest of us to learn and share.
I'm thankful I belong to a political movement that sticks up for the weak and vulnerable, the easily scapegoated, and speaks for those who have been systematically robbed of their political voice.
There is nothing easier in this world than going to bat for the privileged few at the expense of We the People. But we will occupy the same place in the history books as abolitionists, you will find us in the same pages as those who demanded women be able to vote or who braved marching along hostile streets for civil rights, and all the many less known men and women who paid a steep personal or political price for American progress.
So I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season. And come back soon, refreshed and ready to roll. There is much we have left to do.
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/11/24/1257...
Be sure and listen to the President Reagan video.
NOT GOING BACK...repukes..deal with it or get out of the way. The MAJORITY is moving forward.
GOP = themselves, BIG CORPS/PHARMA and $$$$$$$$$$
DEMS = PEOPLE
RIP GOP CONS
DITCH MITCH
I thought u DEMs just did away with filibusters? Oh! That's right, Obama rules say repubs, can't buy Dems can! I keep forgetting the Dubl standard rule is in effect. Sorry
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136489 Nov 24, 2013
'You don’t dream when you’ve got food stamps.' Really?

Rep. Paul Ryan's attempts to rebrand himself as an anti-poverty crusader—and the Washington Post's pre-Thanksgiving puff piece helping him make that case—have taken a lot of hits, from Alec MacGillis, Jared Bernstein, and others. But aside from the fact that Ryan's record shows him to be more against poor people than against poverty, Jonathan Chait zeroed in on something, said by the head of an anti-poverty program Ryan supports, that seemed worth a little more attention as a general point:

“Paul wants people to dream again,” Holloway said of Ryan.“You don’t dream when you’ve got food stamps.”

In fact, lots of people who survived on food stamps — like J.K. Rowling — went on to achieve great things.J.K. Rowling starting a hugely beloved modern classic of fantasy certainly goes to show it's possible to dream when you've got food stamps. Then there's President Barack Obama, who implicitly linked food stamps and the struggle to achieve dreams in his acceptance speech at the 2008 Democratic National Convention:

In the face of that young student, who sleeps just three hours before working the night shift, I think about my mom, who raised my sister and me on her own while she worked and earned her degree, who once turned to food stamps, but was still able to send us to the best schools in the country with the help of student loans and scholarships.
What about other people whose ability to dream and struggle and strive and succeed was apparently not hurt by food stamps? Let's check it out below the fold.

Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter: "When my father left our family, I was 13 years old. My mother went on food stamps for a year, until she found work as a bookkeeper. Those food stamps were a lifeline for us. I do now know what we would have done otherwise."

Sen. Patty Murray: "When my father was diagnosed with MS and to stop working, it was food stamps that helped my family keep our heads above the water and put food on the table while my mom looked for work."

Rep. Barbara Lee: "When I was a young, single mother, I was on public assistance. It was a bridge over troubled water, and without it, I wouldn't be where I am today."

Former Rep. Joe Baca: "As a young Veteran, food stamps helped me feed my family."

Politicians not the kind of dreamer you respect? Fear not! People go on from food stamps to all kinds of achievement.

Music: Moby says "food stamps enabled my mom and I to eat without having to ask for hand-outs."
Acting: Tobey Maguire recalled how "Me and my Mom would go into a grocery store and get groceries and pay for them with food stamps, and I would run out of the store embarrassed."

Sports: Baseball's father-son legacy of Cecil Fielder and Prince Fielder relied on food stamps early in Cecil's career. WNBA center Ruth Riley has been outspoken about how free school lunches "gave me the energy I needed to learn in school and participate in sports."

And of course, given the sheer number of people who've participated in nutrition programs over the years, there are millions of everyday successful adults—teachers, lawyers, writers, chefs, executives—who would say things similar to what politicians, actors, musicians and athletes say about how food stamps helped them get through tough times.

CONtinued:

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136490 Nov 24, 2013
CONtinued:

Of course, not everyone who needs food stamps at some point in their lives goes on to lavish success. But, as with so many other things about government assistance, that's more about poverty than it is about assistance. This is, after all, a nation where rich kids with low test scores are more likely to graduate from college than poor kids with high test scores and where, in big parts of the country, a kid raised in the bottom fifth of the income scale has less than a 10 percent chance of rising to the top fifth. And Paul Ryan's policies would make those outcomes worse, at the same time he's trying to rid himself of the stench of Mitt Romney by claiming to be some kind of anti-poverty crusader.

Anyway, Paul Ryan's own dreams apparently weren't killed by the Social Security survivor benefits he collected after his father died.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/11/24/1256...

Those idiots can TRY and "rebrand" themselves all they want but consistently prove on a daily basis they could careless about the American people who go hungry. What a bunch of losers. They won't fool anyone come elections. Watch for it.

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH

stomp away loser lemming tools haha
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136492 Nov 24, 2013
Kemocrat wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought u DEMs just did away with filibusters? Oh! That's right, Obama rules say repubs, can't buy Dems can! I keep forgetting the Dubl standard rule is in effect. Sorry
Yes we did. It was time to put a stop to the ignorance and hypocrisy of the teabagger republiCONS holding up progress and using that trick to block nominees of President Obama. More times than any President ever or all of them put together. Shameful. Here is how they felt under President Bush.....

GOP senators on filibustering appointees...

1. Mitch McConnell (KY)

“Any President’s judicial nominees should receive careful consideration. But after that debate, they deserve a simple up-or-down vote”(5/19/05).

“Let's get back to the way the Senate operated for over 200 years, up or down votes on the president's nominee, no matter who the president is, no matter who's in control of the Senate”(5/22/05).

2. John Cornyn (TX)

“ilibusters of judicial nominations are uniquely offensive to our nation’s constitutional design”(6/4/03).

“embers of this distinguished body have long and consistently obeyed an unwritten rule not to block the confirmation of judicial nominees by filibuster. But, this Senate tradition, this unwritten rule has now been broken and it is crucial that we find a way to ensure the rule won’t be broken in the future”(6/5/03).

3. Lamar Alexander (TN)

“If there is a Democratic President and I am in this body, and if he nominates a judge, I will never vote to deny a vote on that judge”(3/11/03).

“I would never filibuster any President's judicial nominee. Period”(6/9/05).

4. John McCain (AZ)

“I’ve always believed that . There has to be extraordinary circumstances to vote against them. Elections have consequences”(6/18/13).

5. Chuck Grassley (IA)

“It would be a real constitutional crisis if we up the confirmation of judges from 51 to 60”(2/11/03).

“e can’t find anywhere in the Constitution that says a supermajority is needed for confirmation”(5/8/05).

6. Saxby Chambliss (GA)

“I believe is in violation of the Constitution”(4/13/05).

7. Lindsey Graham (SC)

“I think filibustering judges will destroy the judiciary over time. I think it’s unconstitutional”(5/23/05).

8. Johnny Isakson (GA)

“I will vote to support a vote, up or down, on every nominee. Understanding that, were I in the minority party and the issues reversed, I would take exactly the same position because this document, our Constitution, does not equivocate”(5/19/05).

9. James Inhofe (OK)

“This outrageous grab for power by the Senate minority is wrong and contrary to our oath to support and defend the Constitution”(3/11/03).

10. Mike Crapo (ID)

“he Constitution requires the Senate to hold up-or-down votes on all nominees”(5/25/05).

11 . Richard Shelby (AL)

“Why not allow the President to do his job of selecting judicial nominees and let us do our job in confirming or denying them? Principles of fairness call for it and the Constitution requires it”(11/12/03).

12. Orrin Hatch (UT)*

Filibustering judicial nominees is “unfair, dangerous, partisan, and unconstitutional”(1/12/05).

*Hatch claims he still opposes filibusters of judicial nominees and often votes “present” instead of “no” on cloture votes. But as Drew noted:“Because ending a filibuster requires 60 ‘yes’ votes, voting ‘present’ is identical to voting ‘no.’ Hatch’s decision to vote ‘present’ is an affirmative decision to continue the filibuster.”

See more at: http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/twelve -...

and btw, Yes you are SORRY like the rest of the name changing repuke socks on this thread. Run along now.

HYPOCRITES

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136495 Nov 24, 2013
Everything You Need to Know About the Filibuster in 3 Minutes (Video)

With so many lies and distortions regarding Harry Reid and the Senate Democrats’ brave decision to put an end to Republican cheating in the Senate and finally reform the easily abused filibuster rules, it’s no wonder that many Americans are confused as to why this change was absolutely necessary.

Luckily, Bill Maher and this week’s panel on HBO’s Real Time summed it all up beautifully in this very informative three minute segment.

Just as former Republican governor of Maryland, Bob Ehrlich, started to whitewash history and paint a false equivalency between the two major parties regarding the abuse of the Senate filibuster, Democratic strategist Paul Begala, Bill Maher, and English journalist Katty Kay jumped in and corrected him with a lesson on history, politics, and statistics.

Detailing the Republican Party’s unprecedented abuse of the Senate filibuster in order to obstruct Pres. Obama’s agenda, the three liberals correctly made the case that Harry Reid and the Senate Democrats were forced to use the “nuclear option” in the interest of getting Washington to get back to actually governing.

I would tell you more, but I do not want to spoil it for you. Please watch the video below and share this and other related articles on social media forums so that everyone will understand that Harry Reid made the right decision to “go nuclear.”

http://www.occupydemocrats.com/everything-nee...

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH

Calvin you will love this if you didn't already catch it on HBO. haha

“ Trumpanzees...”

Since: Apr 13

..a basket of deplorables

#136496 Nov 24, 2013
Kemocrat wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought u DEMs just did away with filibusters? Oh! That's right, Obama rules say repubs, can't buy Dems can! I keep forgetting the Dubl standard rule is in effect. Sorry
you keep forgetting? pre-existing...covered
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#136497 Nov 24, 2013
Calvin_Coolish wrote:
<quoted text>
you keep forgetting? pre-existing...covered
I think tom turkey Pikeville is getting zapped. They can't remember anything anymore than they can understand or recognize the truth. Poor saps. hahaha

I am out of here Calvin. Have fun with the trolls, the socks must all still be drunk or hopped up on their pills. I have a movie to go watch. Have a great night and stick it to those losers.

Have a great short week at school.

Goodnight

RIP GOP CONS

DITCH MITCH

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#136498 Nov 24, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
No wonder they cut her off eh? hahaha What a loon. I'm still lmao. I hope Crow gets to see it. Wish Uncle Tab would pop in and tell those losers where to get off. They sure miss him though, don't they. Keep up the good posts. You and Injudgement.
RIP GOP CONS
DITCH MITCH
Hey RC Co-Cola, sorry I missed you! Hope you enjoy your movie. Yes, I did get to see your "Lisa" post - what a hoot! I think she's even too crazy to be the bottom-feeder, but most likely related, right?

Glad to see that Alison's raising more money than Mamaw. He's probably just beginning to see the writing on the wall. As it is, his lips are always pursed so tightly it looks like he's eating green persimmons. If she keeps raising money like this, ol' Mamaw's mouth will disappear completely. Self righteous old coot.

Hope you have a great week!
wtf

Glasgow, KY

#136499 Nov 24, 2013
Crow__ wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey RC Co-Cola, sorry I missed you! Hope you enjoy your movie. Yes, I did get to see your "Lisa" post - what a hoot! I think she's even too crazy to be the bottom-feeder, but most likely related, right?
Glad to see that Alison's raising more money than Mamaw. He's probably just beginning to see the writing on the wall. As it is, his lips are always pursed so tightly it looks like he's eating green persimmons. If she keeps raising money like this, ol' Mamaw's mouth will disappear completely. Self righteous old coot.
Hope you have a great week!
Obsess much? Can't wait to hear all of your personal descriptions (attacks) on all the dems that lose in the midterm elections. lmao Just a fun fact for you...remember all the millions of dollars and united support the unions and democrats put into fighting Governor Walker of Wisconsin? They got their ass handed to them. Ouch! So embarrassing, wasn't it? lol Those big bucks helped the dems...how? LMMFAO Seems as if your select memory has failed you again. Don't worry tho...you're in good company. Your messiah "knows nothing", too.
American Lady

Danville, KY

#136501 Nov 24, 2013
~* I am am American and a Patriot *~

I am am American and a Patriot
I am MY Country's KEEPER
The President and Congress
~~~~~ Report to ME ~~~~~
and SO ----
I will stay informed and involved.
IGNORANCE, apathy, and
Complacency ARE my ENEMY.
I will make my VOICE heard.
And not just at Election Time.
SILENCE is the same as Consent
In the FACE of Oppression.
I can MAKE a Difference
~~~~~~~ I MATTER ~~~~~~~

I AM an *AMERICAN* AND a *PATRIOT*
~CTH

^
^

THIS "is" for ALL the *American Patriots* on here

^
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~ Good Night ~
~n~
~ May God Bless & Keep You ~
Kemocrat

Cub Run, KY

#136502 Nov 25, 2013
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes we did. It was time to put a stop to the ignorance and hypocrisy of the teabagger republiCONS holding up progress and using that trick to block nominees of President Obama. More times than any President ever or all of them put together. Shameful. Here is how they felt under President Bush.....
GOP senators on filibustering appointees...
1. Mitch McConnell (KY)
“Any President’s judicial nominees should receive careful consideration. But after that debate, they deserve a simple up-or-down vote”(5/19/05).
“Let's get back to the way the Senate operated for over 200 years, up or down votes on the president's nominee, no matter who the president is, no matter who's in control of the Senate”(5/22/05).
2. John Cornyn (TX)
“ilibusters of judicial nominations are uniquely offensive to our nation’s constitutional design”(6/4/03).
“embers of this distinguished body have long and consistently obeyed an unwritten rule not to block the confirmation of judicial nominees by filibuster. But, this Senate tradition, this unwritten rule has now been broken and it is crucial that we find a way to ensure the rule won’t be broken in the future”(6/5/03).
3. Lamar Alexander (TN)
“If there is a Democratic President and I am in this body, and if he nominates a judge, I will never vote to deny a vote on that judge”(3/11/03).
“I would never filibuster any President's judicial nominee. Period”(6/9/05).
4. John McCain (AZ)
“I’ve always believed that . There has to be extraordinary circumstances to vote against them. Elections have consequences”(6/18/13).
5. Chuck Grassley (IA)
“It would be a real constitutional crisis if we up the confirmation of judges from 51 to 60”(2/11/03).
“e can’t find anywhere in the Constitution that says a supermajority is needed for confirmation”(5/8/05).
6. Saxby Chambliss (GA)
“I believe is in violation of the Constitution”(4/13/05).
7. Lindsey Graham (SC)
“I think filibustering judges will destroy the judiciary over time. I think it’s unconstitutional”(5/23/05).
8. Johnny Isakson (GA)
“I will vote to support a vote, up or down, on every nominee. Understanding that, were I in the minority party and the issues reversed, I would take exactly the same position because this document, our Constitution, does not equivocate”(5/19/05).
9. James Inhofe (OK)
“This outrageous grab for power by the Senate minority is wrong and contrary to our oath to support and defend the Constitution”(3/11/03).
10. Mike Crapo (ID)
“he Constitution requires the Senate to hold up-or-down votes on all nominees”(5/25/05).
11 . Richard Shelby (AL)
“Why not allow the President to do his job of selecting judicial nominees and let us do our job in confirming or denying them? Principles of fairness call for it and the Constitution requires it”(11/12/03).
12. Orrin Hatch (UT)*
Filibustering judicial nominees is “unfair, dangerous, partisan, and unconstitutional”(1/12/05).
*Hatch claims he still opposes filibusters of judicial nominees and often votes “present” instead of “no” on cloture votes. But as Drew noted:“Because ending a filibuster requires 60 ‘yes’ votes, voting ‘present’ is identical to voting ‘no.’ Hatch’s decision to vote ‘present’ is an affirmative decision to continue the filibuster.”
See more at: http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/twelve -...
and btw, Yes you are SORRY like the rest of the name changing repuke socks on this thread. Run along now.
HYPOCRITES
RIP GOP CONS
DITCH MITCH
But I think I will run along the lines that the D. C court case load keeps dropping and there are still 8 judges sitting, with abet light case load. However your aristocrat wants to stack the deck with 3 more judges so he can push his world saving agenda up everybody's u know what. But the worm always turns as with now. Once opens pandora s box is a bitch to close. U should start lookin to see which way the hinges work.
Mark my words, it's comin.

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#136503 Nov 25, 2013
Kemocrat wrote:
<quoted text>
But I think I will run along the lines that the D. C court case load keeps dropping and there are still 8 judges sitting, with abet light case load. However your aristocrat wants to stack the deck with 3 more judges so he can push his world saving agenda up everybody's u know what. But the worm always turns as with now. Once opens pandora s box is a bitch to close. U should start lookin to see which way the hinges work.
Mark my words, it's comin.
Anyone with any common sense at all knows the Republicans will be the majority sooner or later.

“A proud Kentuckian ”

Since: Aug 13

At Your Mama's House

#136504 Nov 25, 2013
Kemocrat wrote:
<quoted text>
But I think I will run along the lines that the D. C court case load keeps dropping and there are still 8 judges sitting, with abet light case load. However your aristocrat wants to stack the deck with 3 more judges so he can push his world saving agenda up everybody's u know what. But the worm always turns as with now. Once opens pandora s box is a bitch to close. U should start lookin to see which way the hinges work.
Mark my words, it's comin.
How is filling vacancies (his job) stacking the deck?
The amount of judges has nothing to do with the caseload as all the judges hear all the cases.
Here. Learn something:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Co...

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#136505 Nov 25, 2013
Injudgement wrote:
<quoted text>At least his fooling Americans didn't cost the life of 3000 in NYC on 9/11 or 4000 in a fricken desert looking for WMDs to "protect" us all from an "answer in the form of a mushroom cloud". Who got fooled fool?
The number ONE goal for Repubs was to do anything to make Obama look bad so he would only be a one term President.
When that did not happen they continued to try and make America's recovery the worst in history by doing this to workers:
.
Washington (CNN)-- Senate Republicans on Thursday blocked the No.1 item on the president's congressional "to-do-list," refusing to allow a vote on a bill that would give tax breaks for companies that "insource" jobs to the U.S. from overseas while eliminating tax deductions for companies that move jobs abroad.
Both lies of course but hey your a liberal. Take one for the team pookie..........the world laughs at you and your fumbling messiah.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#136506 Nov 25, 2013
Tom wrote:
I think PRES.Speed Bump pays these guys to speak well of the Democunts because no one would do this for free.
Their biggest concerns are to not get dropped from the Lobby party list and from the white house party list. They care little about anything else.
Banger

Paris, TN

#136507 Nov 25, 2013
MAN will ruin MAN. Greed is ruining all things, it has been predicted, we just will have to sit and watch it unfold.
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#136508 Nov 25, 2013
lafraud cry-a-thon: 1 year 19 days.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#136509 Nov 25, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
Stalk-a-thon: 1 year 19 days. It's the best I can do
We know puffer, you have peaked in life.

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