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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 224843 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: Nov 08

Paris

#127300 Oct 6, 2013
Calvin_Coolish wrote:
Congratulations:
Poll: Lowest-ever approval for GOP lawmakers
Americans overwhelmingly oppose shutting down government to stop Obamacare, according to a new poll on Tuesday, with Republicans in Congress getting their lowest approval marks to date.
Americans were against a government shutdown as a way to stop the president’s health care law from taking effect 72 percent to 22 percent in a Quinnipiac poll. The more than three-to-one ratio was despite a near even split on Obamacare itself, with 45 percent support to 47 percent opposition.
Republicans in Congress also got record-low marks in the poll. Just 17 percent of Americans approved of the job GOP lawmakers were doing, and 74 percent disapproved. That’s the lowest approval ever in Quinnipiac’s polling, and is down from August and July this summer.
Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/10/congres...
Did you notice the poll didn't list the liberals percentage.
xyz

Galveston, TX

#127301 Oct 6, 2013
Abc
UncleTab

Bardstown, KY

#127302 Oct 6, 2013
DINGY HARRY HAS TIME TO PASS CHESS BILL BUT NO TIME FOR SHUTDOWN

In the midst of the federal government shutdown, the U.S. Senate took time on Friday to pass a resolution recognizing National Chess Week.

According to The Hill, Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid passed S.Res.266, which designates October 7-13 as “National Chess Week”

Nonetheless, Reid on Saturday said it was “cruel” to keep the shutdown going.

The federal government shut down earlier this week after the Senate and House failed to come to an agreement on a continuing resolution bill to continue funding the government.

Harry Reid strikes again...
Bwhahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahaha
LMFAO
Uncle Tab

United States

#127303 Oct 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, the MSM's are creative with their skewed polls. Almost comical.
What else can you say??

Kill the messenger because you don't like the truth?

Republican logic is always fun to laugh at.
Uncle Tab

United States

#127304 Oct 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Did you notice the poll didn't list the liberals percentage.
Liberals aren't keeping the goverment closed over a law that's already passed.

Everyone knows if BoneHead FakeTan puts up the CR to open the goverment, it will pass. There are enough republicans who are pissed at the ignorant tea baggies to pass it. But BoneHead house cryer won't put it up because it will pass.

See how stupid and uninformed you idiots are?

Perfect republicans...... STUPID!

Read a book dumbass!

LMAO

2014,16...... Gonna be landslides for democrats.
UncleTab

Bardstown, KY

#127305 Oct 6, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
What else can you say??
Kill the messenger because you don't like the truth?
Republican logic is always fun to laugh at.
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UncleTab

Bardstown, KY

#127306 Oct 6, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
Liberals aren't keeping the goverment closed over a law that's already passed.
Everyone knows if BoneHead FakeTan puts up the CR to open the goverment, it will pass. There are enough republicans who are pissed at the ignorant tea baggies to pass it. But BoneHead house cryer won't put it up because it will pass.
See how stupid and uninformed you idiots are?
Perfect republicans...... STUPID!
Read a book dumbass!
LMAO
2014,16...... Gonna be landslides for democrats.
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Nutz

Harrodsburg, KY

#127307 Oct 6, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
What else can you say??
Kill the messenger because you don't like the truth?
Republican logic is always fun to laugh at.
That's the stance you took when the White House admin official made his statement about "winning". If it's good enough for you, it's good enough for them.

Choose a side, you can't have it both ways Libturd.
UncleTab

Bardstown, KY

#127309 Oct 6, 2013
DEMS CHOOSE FEDERAL WORKERS OVER BRAVE VETERANS

House Republican leaders chastised Democrats on Saturday for choosing to give relief to federal workers hurt by the current shutdown, but not funding other key initiatives.

Speaking to reporters after an unanimous vote on back pay for furloughed workers, Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) told reporters that the House had already passed more than a half dozen measures to fund targeted chunks of the government.
On another Saturday when Democrats and Republicans held dueling press events, Cantor stressed that far fewer House Democrats backed measures to ensure veterans’ benefits, fund the National Institutes of Health or nutrition programs for women and children.

“With the unanimous vote we just saw for federal employees, if it’s so important to ease the pain for them – what about the vets? Do the Democrats not feel it’s important to make sure the pain is eased on them?” Cantor said, following the House's second consecutive Saturday session.

“What about the sick children that need access to clinical trials? Is it not as important to ease the pain of the shutdown for them? Or is it just the federal employees that the Democratic minority thinks is important?”

The GOP message underscores that there’s no end in sight for a government shutdown now in its fifth day.

Behind President Obama, Democrats in both chambers have largely opposed the Republicans' piece-by-piece approach, arguing that Congress should put all government employees back to work, rather than "picking winners and losers."
"Who thinks any one of our veterans … wants to be part of the Republican gimmick of shutting down government where they are spared as veterans … while America's infants and children suffer the consequences?" Rep. Xavier Becerra (Calif.), chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, said Saturday. "I don't think there's a veteran in American who would say,'Yeah, take care of me and leave our children behind.' But that's the gimmick that's being played today."

Democrats and Republicans also face an Oct. 17 deadline to raise the $16.7 trillion debt limit, leading to a merged debate over how to ensure that the U.S. keeps its borrowing authority and reopening the government.

Still, the House vote on back pay also marks just the most recent political twist as both Democrats and Republicans seek the political high ground in the shutdown debate.
Some GOP lawmakers have sounded hesitant in recent days to support a back pay bill, and Republicans have historically targeted the federal workforce for cuts.
Democrats have also noted that Republicans are now pushing to fund areas – like in the healthcare arena – that they’ve sought to slash.

Two floors below the GOP event and just minutes later, House Democratic leaders amplified their own message: Bring the Senate-passed CR to the floor, they said, and the government will re-open today with bipartisan support.

"Our public employees want to work, they American people want government to be open, it's in everyone's interest that the Speaker accept our offer of … nearly 200 votes [on a clean CR]," said House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

"We have substantively accepted what they are offering, we have procedurally tried to accommodate and allay their concerns," Pelosi said. "Let's open government. Give us a vote, Mr. Speaker."

Cantor called once more for President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) to negotiate. Meanwhile, the House GOP campaign arm also sent out releases about a dozen incumbent Democrats, asking why those lawmakers put federal workers ahead of other priorities.

Other House Republicans, like Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) and Rep. James Lankford (Okla.), pointed out that, while their chamber had been passing spending measures, the Senate was approving legislation enshrining a national chess week.
“This has got to stop,” McCarthy said.“Everyone hurts during a shutdown.”

LMFAO
Bwhahahahahahahahahahahahahaha ha

“I'll Build a Wall”

Since: Apr 13

..Just to PROVE I can.....

#127310 Oct 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Did you notice the poll didn't list the liberals percentage.
the poll DID list the Liberals percentages...I ignored them...this is about Republicans
...

Owensboro, KY

#127311 Oct 6, 2013
Hey
Uncle Tab

United States

#127312 Oct 6, 2013
Nutz wrote:
<quoted text>That's the stance you took when the White House admin official made his statement about "winning". If it's good enough for you, it's good enough for them.

Choose a side, you can't have it both ways Libturd.
Nice spin..... But even Fox polls agree that republicans are taking the hit.

Look it up! You're more than welcome to prove me wrong....... If you can?

:-D

Idiot!

And an unnamed source and polls are completely different...... Get an education stupid republican. Every time you type you make yourself look even more ignorant than before.
IND

Wooton, KY

#127313 Oct 6, 2013
lets use some solid American know how here, for fair and honest for all .we as a people need a new movement in this great nation we live in. something we all can do together.we need just one new law to salve and save our nations problem .lets go all out for a law that before any law becomes law for the people, its got to be voted on by the people.have a peoples nation wide election set aside for the voter to vote on what Washington sends down to the voter.see what they wont to take out and leave in .before it becomes law.this will solve our problems and ever american can have their part in doing so.lets push for this law for the people.
UncleTab

Bardstown, KY

#127314 Oct 6, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice spin..... But even Fox polls agree that republicans are taking the hit.
Look it up! You're more than welcome to prove me wrong....... If you can?
:-D
Idiot!
And an unnamed source and polls are completely different...... Get an education stupid republican. Every time you type you make yourself look even more ignorant than before.
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Uncle Tab

United States

#127315 Oct 6, 2013
IND wrote:
lets use some solid American know how here, for fair and honest for all .we as a people need a new movement in this great nation we live in. something we all can do together.we need just one new law to salve and save our nations problem .lets go all out for a law that before any law becomes law for the people, its got to be voted on by the people.have a peoples nation wide election set aside for the voter to vote on what Washington sends down to the voter.see what they wont to take out and leave in .before it becomes law.this will solve our problems and ever american can have their part in doing so.lets push for this law for the people.
There are sometime up to 4,000 laws a year passed.

Well, except for republicans..... I think they've managed 1200. Less than any since 1940.

It's a great idea, but since its impossible to do it that's why we have elected officials.
Uncle Tab

United States

#127316 Oct 6, 2013
http://www.politicususa.com/2013/10/03/fox-ne...

And if Fox gives a negative poll number to a republican, safe to say you can probably add 10 points to what Fox said.

There ya go republicans.... GOP is taking the hit for all this.

Spin all you like. Just makes you all look like the imbeciles you really are.
UncleTab

Bardstown, KY

#127317 Oct 6, 2013
DINGY HARRY REID AND DEMOCRATS HAVE ANOTHER BAD WEEK

The government shutdown that most Democrats thought would benefit them politically has not gone according to plan.

Reports that the Obama administration ordered the shuttering of the open-air World War II Memorial, temporarily blocking veterans from visiting, didn’t help. Top Democrats such as House minority leader Nancy Pelosi and Democratic National Committee chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz have refused to give up their paychecks during the shutdown.“Negotiations” between the two sides have descended into a war of Twitter hashtags. The White House is trolling for shutdown sob stories.

An anonymous White House aide recently boasted,“It doesn’t really matter to us” how long it lasts, because “we are winning.” But one wonders how long that ruse will last, as the president, whose approval rating remains underwater, publicly plays up the consequences of the shutdown.

Senate majority leader Harry Reid, in particular, has had a rough week. Reid, who is reportedly the driving force behind the Democrats’ hardline negotiating strategy — or, rather, their refusal to negotiate — has lost his cool on more than one occasion. On Wednesday, he challenged the intelligence of a female reporter who asked why Democrats opposed the GOP plan to fund individual aspects of the government, such as clinical trials for children with cancer.“Why would we want to do that?” Reid wondered, much to his regret. On Thursday, the majority leader blocked a Republican attempt to vote on a bill to fund services and benefits for military veterans, even though the measure had passed the House with significant bipartisan support.

He has repeatedly lashed out at House speaker John Boehner, calling him a “coward” behind closed doors, questioning whether he had the “courage” to stand up to conservative “anarchists”(a favorite buzzword of his), and suggesting that Boehner is “keeping the government shut because I hurt his feelings.” Veteran GOP aides recognized the latter comment as a transparent attempt to cast Boehner in the mold of former speaker Newt Gingrich, whose proclivity for temper tantrums made him an easy political target, and a liability to his own party. Democratic efforts to paint Boehner, a much more modest man, as a Gingrich-like character have thus far been in vain.

Reid’s animosity toward Boehner is said to have reached a fever pitch after the House passed a continuing resolution to fund the government that also included a provision to eliminate Obamacare subsidies for members of Congress and their staff. The measure, often referred to as the Vitter amendment, is controversial, but polls extraordinarily well. Senate Democrats even sought to derail it by dredging up Republican senator David Vitter’s 2007 prostitution scandal.

As Democrats, we are known to lie. Maybe we haven't lied enough yet...
LMFAO (you know, so I can laugh at my own comments)
UncleTab

Bardstown, KY

#127318 Oct 6, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
<quoted text>
There are sometime up to 4,000 laws a year passed.
Well, except for republicans..... I think they've managed 1200. Less than any since 1940.
It's a great idea, but since its impossible to do it that's why we have elected officials.
Forgot to add LMFAO
Uncle Tab

United States

#127319 Oct 6, 2013
UncleTab wrote:
DINGY HARRY REID AND DEMOCRATS HAVE ANOTHER BAD WEEK

The government shutdown that most Democrats thought would benefit them politically has not gone according to plan.

Reports that the Obama administration ordered the shuttering of the open-air World War II Memorial, temporarily blocking veterans from visiting, didn’t help. Top Democrats such as House minority leader Nancy Pelosi and Democratic National Committee chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz have refused to give up their paychecks during the shutdown.“Negotiations” between the two sides have descended into a war of Twitter hashtags. The White House is trolling for shutdown sob stories.

An anonymous White House aide recently boasted,“It doesn’t really matter to us” how long it lasts, because “we are winning.” But one wonders how long that ruse will last, as the president, whose approval rating remains underwater, publicly plays up the consequences of the shutdown.

Senate majority leader Harry Reid, in particular, has had a rough week. Reid, who is reportedly the driving force behind the Democrats’ hardline negotiating strategy — or, rather, their refusal to negotiate — has lost his cool on more than one occasion. On Wednesday, he challenged the intelligence of a female reporter who asked why Democrats opposed the GOP plan to fund individual aspects of the government, such as clinical trials for children with cancer.“Why would we want to do that?” Reid wondered, much to his regret. On Thursday, the majority leader blocked a Republican attempt to vote on a bill to fund services and benefits for military veterans, even though the measure had passed the House with significant bipartisan support.

He has repeatedly lashed out at House speaker John Boehner, calling him a “coward” behind closed doors, questioning whether he had the “courage” to stand up to conservative “anarchists”(a favorite buzzword of his), and suggesting that Boehner is “keeping the government shut because I hurt his feelings.” Veteran GOP aides recognized the latter comment as a transparent attempt to cast Boehner in the mold of former speaker Newt Gingrich, whose proclivity for temper tantrums made him an easy political target, and a liability to his own party. Democratic efforts to paint Boehner, a much more modest man, as a Gingrich-like character have thus far been in vain.

Reid’s animosity toward Boehner is said to have reached a fever pitch after the House passed a continuing resolution to fund the government that also included a provision to eliminate Obamacare subsidies for members of Congress and their staff. The measure, often referred to as the Vitter amendment, is controversial, but polls extraordinarily well. Senate Democrats even sought to derail it by dredging up Republican senator David Vitter’s 2007 prostitution scandal.

As Democrats, we are known to lie. Maybe we haven't lied enough yet...
LMFAO (you know, so I can laugh at my own comments)
http://www.politicususa.com/2013/10/03/fox-ne...

Heh
UncleTab

Bardstown, KY

#127320 Oct 6, 2013
Uncle Tab wrote:
http://www.politicususa.com/20 13/10/03/fox-news-poll-finds-d isapproval-gop-skyrocketing-sh ut-government.html
And if Fox gives a negative poll number to a republican, safe to say you can probably add 10 points to what Fox said.
There ya go republicans.... GOP is taking the hit for all this.
Spin all you like. Just makes you all look like the imbeciles you really are.
LMFAO

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