'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Se...

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 279811 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.

Uncle Tab

United States

#150266 Feb 18, 2014
positronium wrote:
Obama is a failure and history shows this.
Hmmm and his approval rating are still higher than republicans in office...... Says alot of how republicans will be looked at in history huh?

Idiot!
Uncle Tab

United States

#150268 Feb 18, 2014
The Sky fell on the Crow_ wrote:
It makes no matter what user name I chose,
It makes no difference if you spin like a top in a tornado.
My arguments, and my references beat the living $#it out of you straw man attack and 3rd grade name calling.
It would not matter if you accuse someone of being as unscrupulous and unprincipled as you are.

These arguments are in the open for all to see, and truth has a way of rising above the $#it you sling.
If indeed anyone wanted to read your parade of plagiarized articles, they would have already seen it on
My
Socialist
News
Broadcasting
Corporation
So no link is what I got out of that babbling mess.

And you just SAYING it makes it true and means you beat the shut out of us?

Republican Logic at its best.

It's ok, the name changes, we're used to you unstables jumping from name to name.

Typical mental behavior.

republiCONS

Vine Grove, KY

#150271 Feb 18, 2014
John Boehner: Tea Party Has ‘Lost All Credibility,’ is ‘Misleading Their Followers’

In an incredible moment of political clarity late last year, GOP House Speaker John Boehner took his feud with outside Tea Party groups to a new level, attacking them for the antics that have undermined his leadership for over three years.

The pushback began back in December when during a press briefing, Boehner made it clear that he wasn’t interested in pulling any punches, telling reporters that in his eyes, the Tea Party has “lost all credibility.”

His comments seemed to signify that the GOP civil war wasn’t going to be fought in the shadows anymore. After years of enduring hits from fringe conservative groups, the last straw for Boehner apparently came when a collection of Washington-based Tea Party groups slammed the bi-partisan budget deal GOP Rep. Paul Ryan negotiated back in December – even before he unveiled it.

“I think [the Tea Party] are misleading their followers,” he said.“They’re pushing our members in places where they don’t want to be, and frankly, I think they’ve lost all credibility.”

It’s amazing how times have changed. Just three years ago, Boehner told the White House that they’d have to make some giant concessions in order to get a debt ceiling increase.

“Without significant spending cuts and changes in the way we spend the American people’s money, there will be no increase in the debt limit,” he said.“The cuts should be greater than the accompanying increase in the debt limit that the president is given.”

The following showdown let to a downgrade in the nation’s credit rating, followed by the government shutdown that further damaged the GOP brand.

This time around, the Speaker is looking to spare the nation another crisis with a no strings debt limit extension, and his conservative critics are furious. Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin started a nationwide petition this week seeking Boehner’s ouster as speaker.
“Speaker Boehner is unable to lead the House of Representatives,” Martin said.“He’s certainly unable to lead his own caucus.”

In other signals of a shift, Boehner is increasingly ignoring demands from conservative groups to oppose the clean debt limit bill. Heritage Action for America’s spokesman Dan Holler was visibly angry at the Speaker’s new approach.

“The speaker and Majority Leader Cantor and others have always had the option of working with Democrats to pass these bills. And if that’s the sort of Republican-controlled House they want — where they have Democrats that are the sort of de facto majority in terms of setting policy, that’s a decision they can make,” he said.“It’s not the right one. But it’s one that they control the floor and they have to make.”
An article in the Daily Kos this weekend summed up the feud rather well:

One of the first signs that a movement is in trouble is when everything starts to turn into a purity contest. This is why few third parties have been able to get much traction in this country. To sustain itself, a movement must allow its members freedom to grow and to disagree.

Frequently, movements will start and explode in numbers. They will look like they are about to take over the country. But then they fall apart because too many members think too many other members are not ideologically pure enough for them.

http://aattp.org/john-boehner-tea-party-has-l...

hahaha, love it when they eat their own. I'd rather have a republiCON in office than a teabagger. At least they put politics aside when it comes to some things.

republiCONS vs teabaggers....PRICELESS

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
Uncle Tab

United States

#150273 Feb 18, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
John Boehner: Tea Party Has ‘Lost All Credibility,’ is ‘Misleading Their Followers’

In an incredible moment of political clarity late last year, GOP House Speaker John Boehner took his feud with outside Tea Party groups to a new level, attacking them for the antics that have undermined his leadership for over three years.

The pushback began back in December when during a press briefing, Boehner made it clear that he wasn’t interested in pulling any punches, telling reporters that in his eyes, the Tea Party has “lost all credibility.”

His comments seemed to signify that the GOP civil war wasn’t going to be fought in the shadows anymore. After years of enduring hits from fringe conservative groups, the last straw for Boehner apparently came when a collection of Washington-based Tea Party groups slammed the bi-partisan budget deal GOP Rep. Paul Ryan negotiated back in December – even before he unveiled it.

“I think [the Tea Party] are misleading their followers,” he said.“They’re pushing our members in places where they don’t want to be, and frankly, I think they’ve lost all credibility.”

ItÂ’s amazing how times have changed. Just three years ago, Boehner told the White House that theyÂ’d have to make some giant concessions in order to get a debt ceiling increase.

“Without significant spending cuts and changes in the way we spend the American people’s money, there will be no increase in the debt limit,” he said.“The cuts should be greater than the accompanying increase in the debt limit that the president is given.”

The following showdown let to a downgrade in the nationÂ’s credit rating, followed by the government shutdown that further damaged the GOP brand.

This time around, the Speaker is looking to spare the nation another crisis with a no strings debt limit extension, and his conservative critics are furious. Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin started a nationwide petition this week seeking BoehnerÂ’s ouster as speaker.
“Speaker Boehner is unable to lead the House of Representatives,” Martin said.“He’s certainly unable to lead his own caucus.”

In other signals of a shift, Boehner is increasingly ignoring demands from conservative groups to oppose the clean debt limit bill. Heritage Action for AmericaÂ’s spokesman Dan Holler was visibly angry at the SpeakerÂ’s new approach.

“The speaker and Majority Leader Cantor and others have always had the option of working with Democrats to pass these bills. And if that’s the sort of Republican-controlled House they want — where they have Democrats that are the sort of de facto majority in terms of setting policy, that’s a decision they can make,” he said.“It’s not the right one. But it’s one that they control the floor and they have to make.”
An article in the Daily Kos this weekend summed up the feud rather well:

One of the first signs that a movement is in trouble is when everything starts to turn into a purity contest. This is why few third parties have been able to get much traction in this country. To sustain itself, a movement must allow its members freedom to grow and to disagree.

http://aattp.org/john-boehner-tea-party-has-l...

hahaha, love it when they eat their own. I'd rather have a republiCON in office than a teabagger. At least they put politics aside when it comes to some things.

republiCONS vs teabaggers....PRICELESS

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
boehner finally is doing what he's supposed to do. It's way overdue.

We all know money is involved on both sides. It's the way it works. But the Koch Brothers bought and paid for that faction of the GOP. And tried to make misfits, much like son if stupid, white hair, those types who are insecure and the tea party makes them feel included.

The Koch Brothers bought weaklings obviously, cause they folded like a cheap towel.
Uncle Tab

United States

#150274 Feb 18, 2014
Wow wrote:
<quoted text>One nut arguing with another nut; when in reality they are the same damn nut! So funny, in a sad pathetic sort of way.
In reality huh?

:-D
The Sky fell on the Crow_

Lexington, KY

#150276 Feb 18, 2014
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
'Gifts to Muslim brothers'
Love to see that link since your Hillary lie was shoved down your gullet.
I hope those words math what you said in your link.
:-) thanks in advance for not posting any link because you're ignorant.
You confuse other posters with me.

I have always said it came from the TOP and Hillary was a convenient target, perhaps even planned that way! She was not exactly friendly when they were fighting for the DNC nomination.
Uncle Tab

United States

#150277 Feb 18, 2014
The Sky fell on the Crow_ wrote:
<quoted text>You confuse other posters with me.

I have always said it came from the TOP and Hillary was a convenient target, perhaps even planned that way! She was not exactly friendly when they were fighting for the DNC nomination.
:-D and still the investigation disagrees with you.

Can't spin facts.
GOTP

Fitchburg, MA

#150278 Feb 18, 2014
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
:-D and still the investigation disagrees with you.
Can't spin facts.
Let me fix this for you

:-D and still the investigation(s) disagree with you.
:-D and still the facts all disagree with you.
:-D and still the whoe world outside Teahadiststonfieldville disagrees with you.
:-D and still Boehner disagrees with you.
:-D and still every news organization outside Faux Snews disagrees with you.
common sense

Coffeyville, KS

#150281 Feb 18, 2014
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
That CPAC thing got ya didn't it?
THAT is proof of what the GoP is.
I don't have to say a word. Facts are facts.
You suggesting I was a racist simply because I disagree with Obama politics is what shuts you out as a possible debate foe. CPAC is hardly a problem for me to discuss, I could talk about it all day if it was with someone that had two digits in their iq to rub together and didn't have to resort to throwing out the race card....YOU are the problem and you even smart enough to see that when you are told out right about it and what party I am and am NOT a member of. You mind isn't even open enough to squeeze in reality. How could you possibly intelligently discuss anything?

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#150282 Feb 18, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong thread loser lemming. You can say it all you want, doesn't make it true. Twice elected by the MAJORITY.
The only thing you haven't failed at ios being a topix thread hoping troll. Run along and go bash your favorite gays. You do that best.
What do you call a gay-bashing, repressed homosexual with latent racist attitudes and a hormonal imbalance?
A Republican, of course.
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
Yes, twice elected by the majority of low information voters duped by the collusion that transpired between the liberal media and the DNC.
Thread "hoping troll"? Same as you,huh?
Obama sucks dki, just like you.

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#150283 Feb 18, 2014
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
Hmmm and his approval rating are still higher than republicans in office...... Says alot of how republicans will be looked at in history huh?
Idiot!
That's not saying much since most Americans are disgusted with both parties.
Uncle Tab

United States

#150284 Feb 18, 2014
GOTP wrote:
<quoted text>Let me fix this for you

:-D and still the investigation(s) disagree with you.
:-D and still the facts all disagree with you.
:-D and still the whoe world outside Teahadiststonfieldville disagrees with you.
:-D and still Boehner disagrees with you.
:-D and still every news organization outside Faux Snews disagrees with you.
Thank You!

:-D
Uncle Tab

United States

#150285 Feb 18, 2014
common sense wrote:
<quoted text>You suggesting I was a racist simply because I disagree with Obama politics is what shuts you out as a possible debate foe. CPAC is hardly a problem for me to discuss, I could talk about it all day if it was with someone that had two digits in their iq to rub together and didn't have to resort to throwing out the race card....YOU are the problem and you even smart enough to see that when you are told out right about it and what party I am and am NOT a member of. You mind isn't even open enough to squeeze in reality. How could you possibly intelligently discuss anything?
....... with facts!
Uncle Tab

United States

#150286 Feb 18, 2014
positronium wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, twice elected by the majority of low information voters duped by the collusion that transpired between the liberal media and the DNC.
Thread "hoping troll"? Same as you,huh?
Obama sucks dki, just like you.
Wow!!

You all really say some hateful things.

Sure, I call you stupid, because you are. But that's sad you republicans have no respect for women period.

Worthless!
Uncle Tab

United States

#150287 Feb 18, 2014
positronium wrote:
<quoted text>That's not saying much since most Americans are disgusted with both parties.
True, but as history is hashed out, and people start writing books, everyone will know what's been happening to our country because of greedy republicans and the low IQ republican voting base.
The Sky fell on the Crow_

Lexington, KY

#150288 Feb 18, 2014
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
Hmmm and his approval rating are still higher than republicans in office...... Says alot of how republicans will be looked at in history huh?
Idiot!
With that kind of attitude...I bet you know exactly how Hitler's Brown Shirts felt about Adolph.
The Sky fell on the Crow_

Lexington, KY

#150289 Feb 18, 2014
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
True, but as history is hashed out, and people start writing books, everyone will know what's been happening to our country because of greedy republicans and the low IQ republican voting base.
History books are not as favorable to Adolph as his followers were back then.
History has a way of framing reality with a laser sharp focus.
Uncle Tab

United States

#150290 Feb 18, 2014
Just a few reasons the republican voting base is so ignorant..

http://www.out.com/entertainment/popnography/...

And .....

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-25624...

Fake redneck millionaire 1%'s and a murderer who compared himself to fallen soldiers.

You people are so ignorant it's just amazing to me.

Look at how easily you're fooled and led by your noses on these types of issues.

“ Trumpanzees...”

Since: Apr 13

..a basket of deplorables

#150291 Feb 18, 2014
Jay wrote:
LOL....Hillary, Hillary, Hillary!!!
She won't even declare whether or not she plans to run, yet they want a list of republicans who 3-4 years from now would run against her. And they want it THIS MINUTE!!!!
Dumb, Dumber and Dumbest!!!
we know the list, there's only one.....everybody

“ Trumpanzees...”

Since: Apr 13

..a basket of deplorables

#150292 Feb 18, 2014
Ari-the-Invincible wrote:
<quoted text>
You most revealing statement...
"heh"? That has to be your greatest moment..
WMD found in Iraq AS DEFINED by a UNITED NATIONS TREATY!
Did you ever seen the revelation on any news network?
That was MY research, thinking outside the box you scurry back into like a cockroach hiding from the light!
pump air up a dead horse's butt much?

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