"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.
#112923 Jul 31, 2013
Interesting. DNA through the ages. Michelle Obama has white ancestry.
Using DNA To Trace Michelle Obama’s Past
mfiske | 09/12/2012
First Lady Michelle Obama always suspected that she had white ancestors. But she had no idea who they were. With DNA testing and research, I was able to solve that mystery and finally identify the white forbears who had remained hidden in her family tree for more than a century.
http://blogs.ancestry.com :80/cm/2012/09/12/using-dna-to -trace-michelle-obamas-past/?o _xid=56247&o_lid=56247 &o_sch=External+Paid+Media
#112924 Jul 31, 2013
DNA through the ages. Michelle Obama has white ancestry.
Sorry did not post the page right, maybe this....?
#112927 Jul 31, 2013
Yep, those part time jobs for the already underemployed because of Obama's failed policies sure makes a difference, doesn't it? lol How many of those jobs created each month went to the Black community? What's their rate of unemployment again?
Spin brother spin! With all the jobs created by your messiah why is it that 20 million plus citizens were added to the food stamp program just in Obama's first four years? That's not counting the ones added this year. Why are there a record number of Americans living at or below the poverty level if Obama's policies have just been creating jobs like there's no tomorrow? Why are the cities and towns that Obama claimed to save from doom and gloom with his bailouts...going belly up and filing for bankruptcy?
See, when you just tell a little bit of the story and you spin what little you told...it just makes you look like an ass clown...AGAIN!
Any more fairy tale stories you'd like to share? lol Go to bed old boy...todays lesson beat you all to hell. lmao
#112929 Jul 31, 2013
There is no dna! Why don't you people think about this! Before you people give someone a piece of ur mind,make sure you have enough left to survive!! Quit carrying on like a bunch of old farts in a old folks home. Leave these people alone! End of story!!!!
#112932 Aug 1, 2013
Well, I'll be derned!
Chattonooga Newspaper Editorial Snatches The Welcome Mat Out From Under Obama Jobs Visit
July 31, 2013 by Ben Bullard
“Take your jobs plan and shove it, Mr. President: Your policies have harmed Chattanooga enough.”
That was the headline that ran above a scathing editorial in Tuesday’s Chattanooga Times Free Press greeting President Barack Obama, who arrived hours later to deliver his “grand bargain” jobs proposal that would offer tax cuts to corporations and shell out more government subsidies for jobs programs.
Never mind that the proposed corporate tax cut — from 35 percent to 28 percent — far undercuts the 39.6 maximum that small business owners, the backbone of Obama’s ostensibly dear middle class, can pay under his policies.
Without waiting for the President to lay out his new ideas later in the day, the Free Press held no quarter with Obama’s past attempts at “stimulating” the economy:
Welcome to Chattanooga, one of hundreds of cities throughout this great nation struggling to succeed in spite of your foolish policies that limit job creation, stifle economic growth and suffocate the entrepreneurial spirit.
Forgive us if you are not greeted with the same level of Southern hospitality that our area usually bestows on its distinguished guests. You see, we understand you are in town to share your umpteenth different job creation plan during your time in office. If it works as well as your other job creation programs, then thanks, but no thanks. We’d prefer you keep it to yourself.
That’s because your jobs creation plans so far have included a ridiculous government spending spree and punitive tax increase on job creators that were passed, as well as a minimum wage increase that, thankfully, was not. Economists — and regular folks with a basic understanding of math — understand that these are three of the most damaging policies imaginable when a country is mired in unemployment and starving for job growth.
Even though 64 percent of Chattanooga respondents said they would rather you hadn’t chosen to visit our fair city, according to a survey on the Times Free Press website, it’s probably good that you’re here. It will give you an opportunity to see the failure of your most comprehensive jobs plan to date, the disastrous stimulus scheme, up close and personal.
…So excuse us, Mr. President, for our lack of enthusiasm for your new jobs program. Here in Chattanooga we’re still reeling from your old one.
#112934 Aug 1, 2013
you most certainly took your Pill !1 No President will Ever, Ever be has Bad, Dirty, Sneaky as your George W. Bush/ Dick Cheney !! Go join Fox News that's were you belong !! And report Bush/Cheney never got their OIL !! Just Thousands and Thousands of Men, Women,Chidlren KILLED !! Bin Laden you remember him ? Obama got Bin Laden for BUSH !! THOUSANDS KILLED 'TWIN TOWERS" !! And don't forget pretty Condleeza Rice !! That Duck Cheney Shot. LOL. And Rice go Great together for you Republicans. Fof is like a FOX ALRIGHT !!! That's were your Trillion dollars went by BUSH WACKER !! BRAG about THAT !!
Since: Feb 13
#112935 Aug 1, 2013
I would have preferred if you had answered the question in my last sentence. So how is it that Obama's jobs gains are worst than the 750,000 per month we were losing before he took office?
#112937 Aug 1, 2013
Love it when they eat their own. GRANDrand coming in last against Hillary....PRICELESS.
Christie, Paul spat could foretell major showdown in 2016
Voters got a tantalizing preview of a possibly contentious battle for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination when New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul kicked off a recent public spat, trading personal insults and harsh words in the media.
The battle started last week when Christie, the pugnacious governor regarded as a top contender for the GOP nod in 2016, called the Republican libertarianism represented by Paul a “very dangerous” trend for the GOP.
"These esoteric, intellectual debates — I want them to come to New Jersey and sit across from the widows and the orphans and have that conversation," Christie said at the Aspen Institute forum on Thursday, referring to the surviving families of 9/11 victims. "And they won't, because that's a much tougher conversation to have."
From then, the fight was on. Paul responded Monday on Fox News by accusing Christie of shrouding himself in a “cloak of 9/11 victims,” and went on in the week to chide the New Jersey governor for a “gimme, gimme, gimme” attitude in seeking federal funds to assist with Hurricane Sandy.
And when Christie fired back by noting how much money Paul’s home state of Kentucky received from the government compared to the tax revenue it receives, Paul went on the radio to label Christie a “liberal Republican.”
“This is the king of bacon talking about bacon,” Paul added during an appearance on CNN.
The sparring could well foretell a major showdown in the 2016 Republican primary, should both Christie and Paul seek the Republican Party’s nomination. Each are titans of very different corners of the GOP, and a fight would not just test personalities against each other, but possibly emerging factions of the conservative movement, as well.
Hopes of a truce got a brief boost on Wednesday when Paul proposed that Christie come down to D.C. for a "beer summit" of sorts.
Harsh words between Congressman Rand Paul and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie show deep divisions within the GOP about national security and federal spending and have many wondering if their barbs are a preview of 2016. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.
"I'm inviting him for a beer. Anytime he would like to come down and sit down at the pub right around the Senate, we'll sit down," Paul said on Fox News. "I think we could sit down and have a beer and mend things."
The Republican field is relatively wide open at this early stage; a McClatchy-Marist poll released this month found Christie leading, at 15 percent, among Republicans and GOP-leaning independents’ choice of a 2016 nominee. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., checks in at 13 percent, followed by Florida Sen. Marco Rubio at 12 percent, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at 10 percent and Paul at 9 percent.
But Christie fares slightly better than Paul against Hillary Clinton, Democrats’ overwhelming (early) favorite to carry the party’s banner in 2016.
The same McClatchy-Marist poll found Christie trailing Clinton by six points, 47 percent to 41 percent, nationwide; Clinton would beat Paul by twice that margin, 50 percent to 38 percent.
Of course, the important thing to stress is that the battle for the Republican nomination is still at its infancy. But the tiff between Christie and Paul helps illustrate how jockeying for that campaign has already begun in earnest.
As if to drive home those divisions, Sen. John McCain – the party’s 2008 presidential nominee, who frequently clashes with Paul over issues of national security and foreign policy – joked this week that voting in an election pitting Paul versus Clinton would make for a “tough choice.”
Late night comedians had a field day with the "bacon" jokes. lol
DITCH MITCH 2014
Since: Oct 09
#112940 Aug 1, 2013
Christie needs more photo ops with Obama...that will be his swan song in the GOP.
Christie is an Arlan Specter republican (a Dem just waiting to jump out of the closet).
#112941 Aug 1, 2013
The Repubs do not have any Candidates.
#112942 Aug 1, 2013
The new jobs created listed at 200,000. The newly unemployed listed at 337,000 . The problem is---one is not keeping up with the other.
There are more unemployed now than working, per the report. The ones working , getting off the unemployed count have part time jobs.
Excuse me , but are we getting ahead ,or, are we getting screwed?
Now it comes out the cancer patients will have to start paying for their own care, or , just die, because the medication will be refused by Obama Care,. This costs more than most seniors will have , so , they will just have to go?
Again , are we being helped or just screwed over?
#112943 Aug 1, 2013
Obviously it didn't hurt him since he is leading the GOP hopefuls. I think he should jump to the other side. At least we are UNITED. He would make a great VP for Hillary.
Republican Party Poll: Voters Agree On The Need For Change, But Divide On Direction
More than half a year after the former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's loss, Republicans remain in the midst of intra-party argument over whether, how much, and in what way the party needs to reshape itself for coming elections. Among the GOP rank-and-file, a new poll finds, there's broad agreement that the party needs a major overhaul in both rhetoric and platform -- but stark disagreement over what form those changes should take.
Teabaggers vs Grand OLD Party of NO
United We Stand, Divided We Fall
DITCH MITCH 2014
#112944 Aug 1, 2013
If you voted for W you were already screwed up.
#112945 Aug 1, 2013
Jay don't be a dumb ass. Your
ancestors raped and impregnated every African
female that came over on the boat. There is no
100% Africans from slavery. You should shake
your tree and see what falls out. Don't be surprised. Do you have curly hair in your family?
If you do, better check yourself. White peoples
hair is straight like cornsilk.
#112947 Aug 1, 2013
Good one Country girl. There's a dirty old white man in the woodshed of a lot of African-Americans because they have never respected woman in any way. Those repuke clowns will never get the majority of women votes because we see them as they really are. In denial, denial, denial. Bet it chaps his ass that First Lady has white ancestors too. lmao@ignorant repuke lemmings.
#112948 Aug 1, 2013
#112949 Aug 1, 2013
LQQk what "Mr. tingle down his leg is saying now.
On Wednesday’s “Hardball” on MSNBC, host Chris Matthews continued his attack on Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, but this time took it a step further.
Matthews had been comparing Cruz to former Wisconsin Republican Sen. Joseph McCarthy over the past few weeks based on his looks and demeanor. But Matthews introduced a new description into his attack on Cruz for his suggested tactic of threatening a government shutdown to stop Obamacare —“terrorist.”
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/07/31/chris-matth...
Watch you some more ...
tee hee hee
#112950 Aug 1, 2013
July 28, 2013
ABC Still Corrupting Zimmerman case
What none of these publications mentioned -- and kudos to Slate's William Saletan for breaking the story -- is that the producers at ABC edited Maddy's response to have her say something she never intended.
In the unedited version, after Roberts asks her leading question, Maddy pauses, starts her response over, and clearly plays back Roberts' question as the stated premise to her own answer, "But you can't get away from God."
In other words, this is how she would answer that question if asked. She never implied Zimmerman got away with murder, nor agreed with the premise.
In fact, she stood by her decision to acquit Zimmerman.
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/07/abc_st...
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I "used to" like Robin Roberts ...
#112951 Aug 1, 2013
Oprah Tries To Write and Re-Write History….. Mega-Fact Fail
(Via NewsBusters) It seems that when there’s a good liberal narrative to be advanced, facts and actual history don’t matter.
That was apparently the case when Oprah Winfrey claimed that the “n-word” was the last thing heard by “millions” who were lynched. The implication is clear — millions of blacks have been lynched because of their race. Worse yet, Parade Magazine let Winfrey get away with her “fact” unchallenged.
Used to like oprah too ...
Before 2008 ...
#112952 Aug 1, 2013
“You cannot be my friend and use that word around me. It shows my age, but I feel strongly about it.… I always think of the millions of people who heard that as their last word as they were hanging from a tree,” Winfrey said.
According to information gleaned from the archives at the Tuskegee Institute, 4,743 were lynched between 1882 and 1968 — not the millions claimed by Winfrey.<<---<< <
Of the 4,743 people lynched during that period, about one in four — 1,297 — were white. <<---<<<
Winfrey told Parade that young people today know “diddly squat” about the civil rights movement.
From above link ...
Anyone ever read Judge Roy Bean?
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