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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 247731 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: Dec 11


#67305 Dec 6, 2012
wtf wrote:
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Why is it that Liberals always think of animals when they think of sex?
Do theese resemble a POTUS we all know?
In that sex/animal thing you mentioned...

Since: Dec 11


#67306 Dec 6, 2012
>theese< =[these]

Since: Dec 11


#67307 Dec 6, 2012
whitehair wrote:
Obama wants to spend.Congress holds the credit card on borrowing.What is so hard to understand that the Congress should simply say,"spend what comes in,no more borrowing" same as all people out here have to do?Let the chips fall or go bankrupt.And we don`t want that,so stop.Where are the brave ones to say this?
>Rand Paul<

Morehead, KY

#67308 Dec 6, 2012
<quoted text>Increase taxes now will only solve the problem for a few weeks only...
have to start somewhere.
<quoted text>Next will be 'debt ceiling',(more borrowing)...
already been posting showing that obama's admin is the lowest spending president since eisenhower.
<quoted text>Anyone heard of CUT on SPENDING ???
already been discussed in previous line. you're slow, very slow.
<quoted text>Take all the money from every rich person, still wouldn't solve the our government overspending.
no one but you is suggesting it will. cuts have been made already. cuts in payouts for medicare and medicaid benefits, cuts in defense spending, cuts in other social programs. now it's time to raise the taxes on those who have been getting rich on tax cuts. the free ride is over for every one and not just some.
<quoted text>Just ask Obama how much will cost his Hawaii -Christmas vacation...???
presidents take vacations. it's part of the human experience; especially when you work.
<quoted text>What about benefits cut on our corrupted politicians ...???
then stop voting the same people back into office.

Fort Thomas, KY

#67309 Dec 6, 2012
"One" of so many!

This could be why Boehner and McConnell always seem to be giving in.

Since: Dec 11


#67310 Dec 6, 2012
Cops to Congress: We need logs of Americans' text messages

Dahlonega, GA

#67311 Dec 6, 2012

Springville, TN

#67312 Dec 6, 2012
Pelosi: The President Put Forth an ‘Excellent Proposal’-- Got 0 Votes

CNSNews.com )– House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said President Barack Obama’s budget for 2013, which got zero votes in Congress, Democrat or Republican, was “an excellent proposal” for talks dealing with the so-called fiscal cliff.

****Does this woman ever make any sense?****

President Obama’s fiscal year 2013 budget, which would have added $6.4 trillion in new deficits over 10 years, received zero votes in Congress. The House defeated the budget 414-0 in March, while the Senate struck it down 99-0 in May. The budget included additional stimulus spending and raising taxes on upper-income earners.

****Guess they didn't think it was an "excellent proposal," Nancy.

It is estimated that if the tax rate for people making over $250,000 a year is raised, as the president demands, it will bring in about $90 billion in revenue, which is enough to pay for federal spending over about 9 days – the federal government spends about 9.5 billion per day.

****Way to go!****

Ann Arbor, MI

#67313 Dec 6, 2012
wtf wrote:
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Why is it that Liberals always think of animals when they think of sex?
Because liberals act like animals
American Lady

Newburgh, IN

#67314 Dec 6, 2012
First Served ! George Zimmerman Sues NBC – Defamation, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, demand for preservation of evidence, demand for jury trial


yippee !!!!!!
American Lady

Newburgh, IN

#67315 Dec 6, 2012
Nobody in charge at office that inspected Benghazi security

The OIG is technically led by Deputy Inspector General Harold Geisel, who has served since June 2008.

But the lack of an appointed and confirmed head weakens the credibility and efficacy of OIG, according to Danielle Brian, executive director of the Project on Government Oversight.

“It’s actually illegal for that person to continue to be called an acting director, because he was in that position for so long but he was not elevated to be nominated to be the official IG,” Brian told The DCNF.“There is a total lack of leadership, a lack of confidence on the part of that office to take on the difficult tasks, because they don’t have the political cover of someone who’s been confirmed by the Senate to take this important job on.”


ratamacue76 • 2 hours ago &#8722;
That is pretty messed up that we have had no real Inspector General in four years. The Obama Admin. is inept in all areas.
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thephranc ratamacue76 • an hour ago
Its not ineptitude its planned. You can't be inspected if there is no IG and if there is one you make up lies about how old and mentally deficient they are to get them out of the way to shield your wife and basketball buddy.
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Steveglen thephranc • an hour ago
Spot on.
Which is the same reason we have no budget.
The same reason obama goes to the golf course when critical issues like the fiscal cliff and the Benghazi inquiries are going on, so he can claim ignorance of the details.
The same reason no one knows who was in charge of fast and Furious, or who turned down the Benghazi Embassys' request for more security.

But we know it isn't really an excuse, or even incompetence, to use a code word. And, believe it or not, bozos' approval rating is +7.6%.

edit: I'd just add, where the heck was Hillary in all of this? Isn't it supposed to be her job to do it, even without an inspector?

Tampa, FL

#67316 Dec 6, 2012
wtf wrote:
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Why is it that Liberals always think of animals when they think of sex?
I have read wtf's posts making fun of your stupidity.
I have seen wtf make a complete fool of you.
And you sir are no wtf!

BTW why do you keep bringing up gay stuff?
I am not amused with your gay flirtations.
I like sweet velvety women, not the heman reug kind.
And FYI I'm an Independent.
Re-Read your weekly Logcabin repub lickin newz letter.

Tampa, FL

#67317 Dec 6, 2012
Michigander wrote:
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Because liberals act like animals
There you go projecting again.

Why aren't you repeating your BAAAA sound?
When are you going to figure out that goat you're trying to milk is a male? lol
BTW great comeback, to bad it took you almost 24 hours to think one up. heh!

Tampa, FL

#67318 Dec 6, 2012
Ann Coulter Says GOP Should Give In To Obama On Taxes:'We Lost The Election'

Even this GUY knows when to stop being such a teabag. lol

Tampa, FL

#67319 Dec 6, 2012
Justin Amash (R-Mich.) and Tim Huelskamp
Two other members, Reps. David Schweikert (R-Ariz.) and Walter Jones (R-N.C.), lost their positions
Four more tea baggers thrown overboard.

On Tuesday, the GOP leadership booted two representatives off the House Budget Committee. Reps. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) and Tim Huelskamp (R-Kansas), both Tea Party favorites, were the only representatives to vote against Rep. Paul Ryan's (R-Wis.) budget this year, arguing that it did not cut spending enough.

Two other members, Reps. David Schweikert (R-Ariz.) and Walter Jones (R-N.C.), lost their positions on the Financial Services Committee.

House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has stated that his purge had nothing to do with the members' ideology. Rather, they were booted from their committees for their frequent refusal to toe the GOP party line.

Well Well.

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

Trump 2016 and beyond

#67320 Dec 6, 2012
ILoveitHere wrote:
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Doesn't make it right. Or safe.
Morality is doing what is right no matter what you're told.
My nation's constitution trumps what you consider as "morality"
Guns don't kill, people do. People that have no regard for our laws are those that have morality problems.

Tampa, FL

#67321 Dec 6, 2012
Ed Henry:Fox has never denied that prime-time stars like Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity are opinionated. Daytime hours and programs hosted by Shepard Smith and Bret Baier are set aside for news, although it's naive to suggest there's no point of view.

Three recent episodes illustrate the point. Fox aired 27 minutes of Obama speaking during four days just before the election – compared to 168 minutes of Republican challenger Mitt Romney Blah!

“Gloria Ad Caput Venire”

Since: Jan 08

Trump 2016 and beyond

#67322 Dec 6, 2012
<quoted text>
Germany was there to BAIL OUT Greece ...
Who will BAIL OUT America ???
Should we continue the unabated spending and see, or should we cut govt spending and bail ourselves out?

Tampa, FL

#67323 Dec 6, 2012
Ken Fisher, Billionaire Forbes Writer, Attempts To Argue That The U.S. Needs Fewer Jobs

For years Americans have pondered the mystery of how to create more jobs. Turns out we've been thinking about it all wrong: What we need are fewer jobs.

Billionaire investor and author Ken Fisher explains in Forbes -- the Christmas Eve issue, on newsstands soon!-- that "Job Growth Is Overrated."

"Believe it or not, I’m for fewer jobs, not more," he starts out.

OK, this is a good start: It is good to acknowledge right up front that readers might not quite believe that a sentient human being is somehow against more jobs.

But you expect that maybe Fisher is then going to do a bait-and-switch of some kind: He says he's against jobs, but what he really means is that he is for some other mind-blowing kind of employment that's not exactly a "job" as we commonly think of the term. Like being a financial advisor, say. Or maybe Fisher is sort of like a Situationist, somebody who believes the entire social construct of "work" is a sham that keeps people from ever truly enjoying life. Fine, sounds good.

But, no, what Fisher means is that he really, really can't stand jobs, or people who want them, or people who want to create them:

"Throughout 2012 we heard politicians and pundits of all stripes yammering endlessly on the need for job growth—that we don’t have enough jobs," he continues. "It’s pure rubbish."


Tampa, FL

#67324 Dec 6, 2012
Jobs, Fisher explains, are actually signs of weakness in the economy. Jobs mean we can't produce stuff without human beings lousing up the place, instead of nice, clean robots, which are not constantly pestering you for health care and maternity leave and breaks. The greater our economy's productivity, the less we need of such nuisances.
"In the long run we will all benefit," Fisher says, by nobody having any jobs any more, forever. He then goes on to extol the virtues of investing in a handful of companies he says will be top-notch at destroying jobs, including Anheuser-Busch InBev and Walmart.

OMG! What kind of monsters have the repubs unleashed?

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