'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

Oct 1, 2010 | Posted by: Top Mod2 | Full story: thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com

"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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Ruth wrote:
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You sound like a very clueless and mean person. Why is it that all I see like you are liberals with socialist's mind set.I left out stupid to boot.
You are destroying your own country,if indeed this is your country.
How is the socialist's way better?
I don't believe I identified my political leanings, I merely referred to those with no life on friday night.

For some reason you felt you needed to reply to this post two days later just as I arrive.

Obviouly it bothered you all weekend...
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I wonder if this info is of any concern to you left wing sodotards,
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Psychiatrist says leftists are mentally ill
Based on thousands of cases!
“Based on strikingly irrational beliefs and emotions, modern liberals relentlessly undermine the most important principles on which our freedoms were founded,” says Rossiter.“Like spoiled, angry children, they rebel against the normal responsibilities of adulthood and demand that a parental government meet their needs from cradle to grave.”
“A social scientist who understands human nature will not dismiss the vital roles of free choice, voluntary cooperation and moral integrity – as liberals do,” he says.“A political leader who understands human nature will not ignore individual differences in talent, drive, personal appeal and work ethic, and then try to impose economic and social equality on the population – as liberals do. And a legislator who understands human nature will not create an environment of rules which over-regulates and overtaxes the nation’s citizens, corrupts their character and reduces them to wards of the state – as liberals do.”
Rossiter says the liberal agenda preys on weakness and feelings of inferiority in the population by:
•creating and reinforcing perceptions of victimization;
•satisfying infantile claims to entitlement, indulgence and compensation;
•augmenting primitive feelings of envy;
•rejecting the sovereignty of the individual, subordinating him to the will of the government.
“The roots of liberalism – and its associated madness – can be clearly identified by understanding how children develop from infancy to adulthood and how distorted development produces the irrational beliefs of the liberal mind,” he says.“When the modern liberal mind whines about imaginary victims, rages against imaginary villains and seeks above all else to run the lives of persons competent to run their own lives, the neurosis of the liberal mind becomes painfully obvious.”
http://www.wnd.com/2012/08/116644/
Nope, no concern at all, you do know, WND is a rightwingnutjob site right?

Have a look at what an authoritarian follower is.
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Ahh yes, the old tactic of branding someone who disagrees with your politics as 'mentally ill'.
Straight from the playbook of Joseph Stalin.
Well done for confirming everything which was thought of you(and your ilk) prior to this post.
LOLOL, my politics? someone who disagrees with me? LOLOL, what a mentally ill sodotard, posting something you know nothing about, and replying to your own post like it substantiates it,

ROTFL, yep! leftists mentally ill!

LOLOL,
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Oh please, tell us how CNN and MSLSD are not authoritarian, please, enlighten us oh libtard,

HAHAHAHA,
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looks like old june has scored another sucker got news today she was marrying retired doctor.old one you go Bubble Lips.
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Oh please, tell us how CNN and MSLSD are not authoritarian, please, enlighten us oh libtard,
HAHAHAHA,
You'll need to read at least one book to understand! I told YOU to look into it, you don't have to, just thought it would enlighten you.

Of course, I was talking the road where I thought you actually could learn something, my bad, back to your trolling nutjob.
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"On Saturday night, for the first time in a generation, the West and Iran reached a diplomatic breakthrough. Love the deal or hate it, the agreement on Iran’s nuclear program was a historic development with sweeping international implications.



Senate Minority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas), an 11-year veteran of the institution and the second most powerful Republican in the chamber, immediately turned to Twitter:“Amazing what WH will do to distract attention from O-care.”



I kept waiting for the “just kidding, folks” follow-up, which never came. The Republican leader wasn’t mocking the caricature of unhinged GOP lawmakers; he’d become the caricature of unhinged GOP lawmakers. Indeed, as the notoriety of Cornyn’s message spread, he added,“Isn’t it true that WH are masters of distraction?”



It’s unsettling, of course, when powerful congressional leaders approach foreign policy with all the seriousness of a right-wing blog’s comments section, but it was even more disappointing when CBS’s Bob Schieffer asked House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on “Face the Nation” yesterday:


“You know, I was on airplanes this weekend, and more than one person I was talking to about this whole deal pending with Iran, and they were saying, this might be a diversionary tactic by the administration, which is desperately looking for good news. Would you put it in that category yet?”

Why lend credence to such silly conspiracy theories? The international diplomacy, involving major world powers, involved months of behind-the-scenes talks. Why would any serious person perceive this as a domestic political ploy, intended to “distract” or “divert” attention from a health care website that’s slowly improving?



The answer, I suspect, is that Republicans and much of the political establishment has become preoccupied with the Affordable Care Act in ways that are hard to defend.



Late last week, for example, National Review’s Jonathan Strong published an interesting piece, explaining why the Republican response to the “nuclear option” was muted:“Harry Reid may have detonated a nuclear bomb, but Senate Republicans don’t want a war if it would distract from the disastrous Obamacare rollout, senior GOP aides say.”



As hard as this may be to believe, many Capitol Hill Republicans believe Senate Democrats rebelled against obstructionism, not to improve the confirmation process, but to shift the focus from “Obamacare” and bait Republicans into a big fight that has nothing to do with health care.



Naturally, then, when months of diplomacy resulted in a deal with Iran, Republicans once more assumed this, too, must relate to the health care law – because “Obamacare” is the prism through which all light shines.



The obsession has reached farcical levels and it’s well past time for reality-check. To think that every development, everywhere, is some kind of ploy related to health.gov is to lose all sense of reason. Democrats are heavily invested in improving Americans’ health care security, but it doesn’t dominate their every waking moment.



I don’t seriously expect Republicans to end their crusade against moderate health care law first championed by Mitt Romney, but a little perspective is clearly in order.

Repeat:

"The obsession has reached farcical levels and it’s well past time for reality-check. To think that every development, everywhere, is some kind of ploy related to health.gov is to lose all sense of reason."

Obama thought he would do something no President has been able to do for decades and of which has been the cause of several Wars, JUST TO DISTRACT FROM OBAMACARE!!!

You all truly have lost your marbles!
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LOLOL, my politics? someone who disagrees with me? LOLOL, what a mentally ill sodotard, posting something you know nothing about, and replying to your own post like it substantiates it,
ROTFL, yep! leftists mentally ill!
LOLOL,
Replying to my own post?

Regarding what? Friday night loneliness?

I believe I've just deduced who "Ruth" is, LMAO

Seriously though, get a life, not just for friday nights.
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Nope, no concern at all, you do know, WND is a rightwingnutjob site right?
Have a look at what an authoritarian follower is.
Wasn't it the WND chap who held the 100 lunatic march cum 'stand around looking vacant' and sat waiting for the US military to stage a coup?

...and these are the people who state liberals are mentally ill.

Would it even be worth explaing what irony is right now?
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Wasn't it the WND chap who held the 100 lunatic march cum 'stand around looking vacant' and sat waiting for the US military to stage a coup?
...and these are the people who state liberals are mentally ill.
Would it even be worth explaing what irony is right now?
Wow! This sodotard is really desperate to try to prove something, like scientific research becomes invalid once it is posted on a site they disagree with, LOLOL,
Man, these libotards are hilarious!

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republiCONS wrote:
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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
As Obama said: Words, Just Words.
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"On Saturday night, for the first time in a generation, the West and Iran reached a diplomatic breakthrough. Love the deal or hate it, the agreement on Iran’s nuclear program was a historic development with sweeping international implications.
Senate Minority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas), an 11-year veteran of the institution and the second most powerful Republican in the chamber, immediately turned to Twitter:“Amazing what WH will do to distract attention from O-care.”
I kept waiting for the “just kidding, folks” follow-up, which never came. The Republican leader wasn’t mocking the caricature of unhinged GOP lawmakers; he’d become the caricature of unhinged GOP lawmakers. Indeed, as the notoriety of Cornyn’s message spread, he added,“Isn’t it true that WH are masters of distraction?”
It’s unsettling, of course, when powerful congressional leaders approach foreign policy with all the seriousness of a right-wing blog’s comments section, but it was even more disappointing when CBS’s Bob Schieffer asked House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on “Face the Nation” yesterday:
“You know, I was on airplanes this weekend, and more than one person I was talking to about this whole deal pending with Iran, and they were saying, this might be a diversionary tactic by the administration, which is desperately looking for good news. Would you put it in that category yet?”
Why lend credence to such silly conspiracy theories? The international diplomacy, involving major world powers, involved months of behind-the-scenes talks. Why would any serious person perceive this as a domestic political ploy, intended to “distract” or “divert” attention from a health care website that’s slowly improving?
The answer, I suspect, is that Republicans and much of the political establishment has become preoccupied with the Affordable Care Act in ways that are hard to defend.
Late last week, for example, National Review’s Jonathan Strong published an interesting piece, explaining why the Republican response to the “nuclear option” was muted:“Harry Reid may have detonated a nuclear bomb, but Senate Republicans don’t want a war if it would distract from the disastrous Obamacare rollout, senior GOP aides say.”
As hard as this may be to believe, many Capitol Hill Republicans believe Senate Democrats rebelled against obstructionism, not to improve the confirmation process, but to shift the focus from “Obamacare” and bait Republicans into a big fight that has nothing to do with health care.
Naturally, then, when months of diplomacy resulted in a deal with Iran, Republicans once more assumed this, too, must relate to the health care law – because “Obamacare” is the prism through which all light shines.
The obsession has reached farcical levels and it’s well past time for reality-check. To think that every development, everywhere, is some kind of ploy related to health.gov is to lose all sense of reason. Democrats are heavily invested in improving Americans’ health care security, but it doesn’t dominate their every waking moment.
I don’t seriously expect Republicans to end their crusade against moderate health care law first championed by Mitt Romney, but a little perspective is clearly in order.
Repeat:
"The obsession has reached farcical levels and it’s well past time for reality-check. To think that every development, everywhere, is some kind of ploy related to health.gov is to lose all sense of reason."
Obama thought he would do something no President has been able to do for decades and of which has been the cause of several Wars, JUST TO DISTRACT FROM OBAMACARE!!!
You all truly have lost your marbles!
You mean an agreement that Iran can keep building nuclear weapons as long as they don't get caught and have sanctions lifed? ROTFL,

ROTFL
ROTFL

HAHAHAHA, what a bunch of sodotard sheeple,

baaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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citizens of kentucky we need to send Mitch Mc Connell to the Unemployment line!!!!
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looks like old june has scored another sucker got news today she was marrying retired doctor.old one you go Bubble Lips.
,b, n vsch
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Wow! This sodotard is really desperate to try to prove something, like scientific research becomes invalid once it is posted on a site they disagree with, LOLOL,
Man, these libotards are hilarious!
Do you know anything about,'the scientific method'?

Do you know what 'peer review' is?

Do you know what an 'academic journal' is? Your Dr Rossiter has had his book cited precicely three times since 2006, in various self published garbage, an example being "Satan as Barack Obama" by S. Kirk.

There is nothing scientific about a book which is basically a rant, designed to appeal to the lowest common denominator...and here you are, you love it.

Mission accomplished LMAO.
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Wow! This sodotard is really desperate to try to prove something, like scientific research becomes invalid once it is posted on a site they disagree with, LOLOL,
Man, these libotards are hilarious!
BTW Dr Rossiter is so proud of his work...he doesn't mention it on his curriculum vitae....
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Do you know anything about,'the scientific method'?
Do you know what 'peer review' is?
Do you know what an 'academic journal' is? Your Dr Rossiter has had his book cited precicely three times since 2006, in various self published garbage, an example being "Satan as Barack Obama" by S. Kirk.
There is nothing scientific about a book which is basically a rant, designed to appeal to the lowest common denominator...and here you are, you love it.
Mission accomplished LMAO.
Do I know anything about peer review? LOLOL, apparently you do not, nor do you understand logic, common sense or intellect, three learned traits that the father of industrial and organization psychology - Frank Taylor - said was needed for any person to be of any worth to any employer. Thus, the people this country employed to appoint judges, secure the homeland or follow the rule of law, used none of these traits to determine who was going to sit in the W.H. and the senate.

ROTFL at you trying to sound intellectual, you are just one more sheepletard on an anonymous forum looking for some type of social interaction where you can feel like you contributed to the left cause,

all I can say to you is, baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

LOL, what a tard,
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BTW Dr Rossiter is so proud of his work...he doesn't mention it on his curriculum vitae....
dozens of studies on liberalism and you cry 'peer review',

LOLOL,

baaaaaaaaaaa
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GOTP wrote:
"On Saturday night, for the first time in a generation, the West and Iran reached a diplomatic breakthrough. Love the deal or hate it, the agreement on Iran’s nuclear program was a historic development with sweeping international implications.
Senate Minority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas), an 11-year veteran of the institution and the second most powerful Republican in the chamber, immediately turned to Twitter:“Amazing what WH will do to distract attention from O-care.”
I kept waiting for the “just kidding, folks” follow-up, which never came. The Republican leader wasn’t mocking the caricature of unhinged GOP lawmakers; he’d become the caricature of unhinged GOP lawmakers. Indeed, as the notoriety of Cornyn’s message spread, he added,“Isn’t it true that WH are masters of distraction?”
It’s unsettling, of course, when powerful congressional leaders approach foreign policy with all the seriousness of a right-wing blog’s comments section, but it was even more disappointing when CBS’s Bob Schieffer asked House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on “Face the Nation” yesterday:
“You know, I was on airplanes this weekend, and more than one person I was talking to about this whole deal pending with Iran, and they were saying, this might be a diversionary tactic by the administration, which is desperately looking for good news. Would you put it in that category yet?”
Why lend credence to such silly conspiracy theories? The international diplomacy, involving major world powers, involved months of behind-the-scenes talks. Why would any serious person perceive this as a domestic political ploy, intended to “distract” or “divert” attention from a health care website that’s slowly improving?
The answer, I suspect, is that Republicans and much of the political establishment has become preoccupied with the Affordable Care Act in ways that are hard to defend.
Late last week, for example, National Review’s Jonathan Strong published an interesting piece, explaining why the Republican response to the “nuclear option” was muted:“Harry Reid may have detonated a nuclear bomb, but Senate Republicans don’t want a war if it would distract from the disastrous Obamacare rollout, senior GOP aides say.”
As hard as this may be to believe, many Capitol Hill Republicans believe Senate Democrats rebelled against obstructionism, not to improve the confirmation process, but to shift the focus from “Obamacare” and bait Republicans into a big fight that has nothing to do with health care.
Naturally, then, when months of diplomacy resulted in a deal with Iran, Republicans once more assumed this, too, must relate to the health care law – because “Obamacare” is the prism through which all light shines.
The obsession has reached farcical levels and it’s well past time for reality-check. To think that every development, everywhere, is some kind of ploy related to health.gov is to lose all sense of reason. Democrats are heavily invested in improving Americans’ health care security, but it doesn’t dominate their every waking moment.
I don’t seriously expect Republicans to end their crusade against moderate health care law first championed by Mitt Romney, but a little perspective is clearly in order.
Repeat:
"The obsession has reached farcical levels and it’s well past time for reality-check. To think that every development, everywhere, is some kind of ploy related to health.gov is to lose all sense of reason."
Obama thought he would do something no President has been able to do for decades and of which has been the cause of several Wars, JUST TO DISTRACT FROM OBAMACARE!!!
You all truly have lost your marbles!
WOW! Long winded and pointless! LOLOL,

I just wonder how many more people did not read past the first two lines.

baaaaaaaaaaa

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citizens of kentucky we need to send Mitch Mc Connell to the Unemployment line!!!!
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