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

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 239443 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.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#143219 Jan 6, 2014
MisterCharrington wrote:
<quoted text>
The UN? LOL
Tell us about the FEMA camps and trainloads of coffins which sleep 7.
As I suspected, you're a complete dingbat in a tinfoil hat worshipping at the feet of Alex(they're coming to get me because I know too much) Jones.
....pssst...careful of the black helicopters in whisper mode tailing you everywhere, and be sure to drink only pure grain alcohol and rainwater...lest they mess with your precious bodily fluids.
It's a pity your meds aren't working. You must be on ObamaCare.
1 post removed

“I'm Not TRUMP...”

Since: Apr 13

...I'm just DRAWN that way....

#143221 Jan 6, 2014
ROTFL wrote:
<quoted text>
so, hussein oblamer is not against citizens owning guns? so, hussein oblamer supports the constitution? and so, the U.N. does not want to disarm citizens of each country?
please come back to the affirmative on this so I can make more fun of just how stupid a sodolib sheepletard you are!
baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa,
“I, Barack Hussein Obama, do solemnly swear that I will execute the office of president of the United States faithfully, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the constitution of the United States.
we are only “five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America”
and,
If you like your health care plan, you can keep it!
yes
1 post removed

“I'm Not TRUMP...”

Since: Apr 13

...I'm just DRAWN that way....

#143223 Jan 6, 2014
angel wrote:
<quoted text> ANY transformation for this Nation would have been an improvment over the Depression -Bound Assberg the Republitards had turned it into through their adle-pated mis-management.Lmao!
And dont worry: Obama as well as myself SUPPORT your Constitutional Right to own a black powder muzzle loader and practice field manuevers with your Neighborhood Miltia on a every other weekend basis.
Just as our Un-Christian mostly Aethiest Founding Fathers intended.LMAO!
"Right to own a black powder muzzle loader and practice field manuevers with your Neighborhood Miltia on a every other weekend basis."

I love you.....even if you're a dude
let'em analyze that. lol
4 posts removed

Since: May 11

Birmingham, UK

#143228 Jan 6, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>It's a pity your meds aren't working. You must be on ObamaCare.
I'm acutally in a European country with a single payer socialised medicine scheme which is completely decoupled from employment. I don't need to whine to the internet when I need to pay
£3000 for an angiogram...I didn't even need to take a credit card or identification. Poor...poor me.

It must really be a royal pain worrying yourself sick that you're going to get sick...sorry 'bout that.
1 post removed
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#143230 Jan 6, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Like the Dailey Kos mean something.......hahahahahaha . Wonder why they didn't join others in making Obama the lie and liar of the year.
and who cares what a leBIMBO trolling sock thinks either. fo loser lemming

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

“I'm Not TRUMP...”

Since: Apr 13

...I'm just DRAWN that way....

#143231 Jan 6, 2014
MisterCharrington wrote:
<quoted text>
The UN? LOL
Tell us about the FEMA camps and trainloads of coffins which sleep 7.
As I suspected, you're a complete dingbat in a tinfoil hat worshipping at the feet of Alex(they're coming to get me because I know too much) Jones.
....pssst...careful of the black helicopters in whisper mode tailing you everywhere, and be sure to drink only pure grain alcohol and rainwater...lest they mess with your precious bodily fluids.
rainwater? What!...not without a drop or two of Alex's Iodine and fluoride disappearer
And you'd have to be crazy if you don't already have a stockpile of his 'survival seeds', also known as 'seeds'.
$149.00
(or $39, from Amazon, plus 12 more varieties, and half the scary)
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“I'm Not TRUMP...”

Since: Apr 13

...I'm just DRAWN that way....

#143233 Jan 6, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Like the Dailey Kos mean something.......hahahahahaha . Wonder why they didn't join others in making Obama the lie and liar of the year.
Well, Darrell Issa still exists, so there's that.
1 post removed
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#143235 Jan 6, 2014
Watch Peter King STOMP Liar Rand Paul:‘He Doesn’t Deserve to Be in the United States Senate’

Congressman Peter King (R-NY) attacked Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) while speaking to Jamie Colby on Fox News on Sunday in response to Paul’s efforts to launch a class-action suit against the NSA and the Obama administration.

Paul says that the NSA is looking at the records of everyone in the country and that this is comparable to the sort of thing that we fought the Revolutionary War about. He is calling for hundreds of thousands of people to sign on to a lawsuit to stop it.

King who was the former chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security and sits on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence is not a fan of Senator Paul and was more than happy to share his thoughts on the matter with Colby saying,

“Rand Paul does not know what he’s talking about and, Rand Paul is really spreading fear among the American people.”

He went on to say that the NSA is,“doing exactly what it’s supposed to be doing.”

Commenting on Paul’s remarks on ABC earlier in the day King said,

“He also today, I understand on the show, he was also was comparing General [James] Clapper to [Edward] Snowden. To me, he’s either totally uninformed or he’s part of that hate America crowd that I thought left us in the 1960s. In any event, he doesn’t deserve to be in the United States senate for spreading that type of misperception and absolute lies to be honest with you.”

The congressman explained that the program Paul is referring to does not listen to anyone’s telephone conversations and, in fact, only gathers numbers of the calling party and the party who receives the call. He went on to say that if a known terrorist were to call a phone in the U.S. the information would have to be taken to the FISA court to obtain a warrant before any further action could be taken.

This sort of thing is the reason that many in his party call him a RINO and the reason that everyone else calls him the voice of reason — a very loud and outspoken voice.

Watch his comments below.

- See more at: http://aattp.org/watch-peter-king-stomp-liar-...

Smart Senator. He says it all:“Rand Paul does not know what he’s talking about and, Rand Paul is really spreading fear among the American people.”

GRANDrand still seeking his 15mins of fame dreaming of being President. hahaha fat chance

I love it when they eat their own. PRICELESS!!!

RIP GOP

HILLARY 2016

DITCH MITCH

Since: May 11

Birmingham, UK

#143236 Jan 6, 2014
ROTFL wrote:
<quoted text>
I do not, I don't love you, phag,
now where's that logic we've come to know and love?

you don't love him ~ ergo: his heterosexuality is confirmed.
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republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#143238 Jan 6, 2014
Mentally Ill Conspiracy Theorist Burns Down His Own House, Blames Obama

A Minnesota man claiming to be infested with government microchips and computers implanted in his body by the CIA, attempted to burn his house to the ground, later blaming the intelligence agency and President Obama for the act. Ronald Gary Bailey of Minnetonka is facing felony arson charges as well as a misdemeanor firearms charge in a case that has many readers and first responders scratching their heads.

When searched by police before departing for the hospital, Bailey was found to have a pistol magazine and a number of .380 caliber rounds in his pockets. Neighbors had reported hearing shots fired prior to the initial blaze and upon a search of the home, police found a pistol and several boxes of ammunition, which Bailey is prohibited from owning as a result of his diagnosed mental instability. Records show that in 2006, Bailey was charged with evading a police officer, but the charges were dropped following a finding of insanity and his being committed to a hospital for care.

- See more at: http://aattp.org/mentally-ill-conspiracy-theo... - down-his-own-house-blames-obam a/#sthash.mCEYfRBq.dpuf

haha, typical alex jones repuke crazies sucking up the gloom and doom. Pretty sad. Loser lemming freaks.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#143239 Jan 6, 2014
The Bush Institute Asked Ralph Nader for Money and His Response is PRICELESS

“The Bush Institute is an exciting place: a place of learning, a place of scholarship, but most importantly, a place of action, a results-oriented institute that will have an effect on our country and, we think, on the world.”
-George W. Bush

http://aattp.org/the-bush-institute-asked-ral...

A Letter to George W. Bush

At this time of the year, it is not unusual to receive various mailings from nonprofit organizations looking for crucial end-of-the-year donations. You can imagine my surprise when I received a request from a certain notorious former President of the United States asking for my financial support in his public policy center's efforts to address the "challenges facing our world."

My response to this solicitation is below.

Dear Mr. Bush:

A few days ago I received a personalized letter from your Presidential Center which included a solicitation card for donations that actually provided words for my reply. They included "I'm honored to help tell the story of the Bush Presidency" and "I'm thrilled that the Bush Institute is advancing timeless principles and practical solutions to the challenges facing our world." (Below were categories of "tax-deductible contributions" starting with $25 and going upward.)

Did you mean the "timeless principles" that drove you and Mr. Cheney to invade the country of Iraq which, contrary to your fabrications, deceptions and cover-ups, never threatened the United States? Nor could Iraq (under its dictator and his dilapidated military) threaten its far more powerful neighbors, even if the Iraqi regime wanted to do so.

Today, Iraq remains a country (roughly the size and population of Texas) you destroyed, a country where over a million Iraqis, including many children and infants (remember Fallujah?) lost their lives, millions more were sickened or injured, and millions more were forced to become refugees, including most of the Iraqi Christians. Iraq is a country rife with sectarian strife that your prolonged invasion provoked into what is now open warfare. Iraq is a country where al-Qaeda is spreading with explosions taking 20, 30, 40, 50 or 60 lives per day. Just this week, it was reported that the U.S. has sent Hellfire air-to-ground missiles to Iraq's air force to be used against encampments of "the country's branch of al Qaeda." There was no al Qaeda in Iraq before your invasion. Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein were mortal enemies.

CONtinued:

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#143240 Jan 6, 2014
CONtinued:

The Bush/Cheney sociocide of Iraq, together with the loss of tens of thousands of U.S. soldiers' lives, countless injuries and illnesses, registers, with the passage of time, no recognition by you that you did anything wrong nor have you accepted responsibility for the illegality of your military actions without a Congressional declaration of war. You even turned your back on Iraqis who worked with U.S. military occupation forces as drivers, translators etc. at great risk to themselves and their families and were desperately requesting visas to the U.S., often with the backing of U.S. military personnel. Your administration allowed fewer Iraqis into the U.S. than did Sweden in that same period and far, far fewer than Vietnamese refugees coming to the U.S. during the nineteen seventies.

When you were a candidate, I called you a corporation running for the presidency masquerading as a human being. In time you turned a metaphor into a reality. As a corporation, you express no remorse, no shame, no compassion and a resistance to admit anything other than that you have done nothing wrong.

Day after day Iraqis, including children, continue to die or suffer terribly. When the paraplegic, U.S. army veteran, Tomas Young, wrote you last year seeking some kind of recognition that many things went horribly criminal for many American soldiers and Iraqis, you did not deign to reply, as you did not deign to reply to Cindy Sheehan, who lost her son, Casey, in Iraq. As you said, "the interesting thing about being the president" is that you "don't feel like [you] owe anybody an explanation." As a former President, nothing has changed as you make very lucrative speeches before business groups and, remarkably, ask Americans for money to support your "continued work in public service."

Pollsters have said that they believe a majority of Iraqis would say that life today is worse for them than under the brutal dictatorship of Saddam Hussein. They would also say George W. Bush left Iraq worse off than when he entered it, despite the U.S. led sanctions prior to 2003 that took so many lives of Iraqi children and damaged the health of so many civilian families.

Your national security advisor, Condoleezza Rice, said publicly in 2012 that while "the arc of history" may well turn out better for post-invasion Iraq than the present day violent chaos, she did "take personal responsibility" for the casualties and the wreckage. Do you?

Can you, at the very least, publicly urge the federal government to admit more civilian Iraqis, who served in the U.S. military occupation, to this country to escape the retaliation that has been visited on their similarly-situated colleagues? Isn't that the minimum you can do to very slightly lessen the multiple, massive blowbacks that your reckless military policies have caused? It was your own anti-terrorism White House adviser, Richard Clarke, who wrote in his book, Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on Terror, soon after leaving his post, that the U.S. played right into Osama bin Laden's hands by invading Iraq.

Are you privately pondering what your invasion of Iraq did to the Iraqis and American military families, the economy and to the spread of al Qaeda attacks in numerous countries?

Sincerely yours,

Ralph Nader

P.S. I am enclosing as a contribution in kind to your presidential center library the book Rogue Nation: American Unilateralism and the Failure of Good Intentions by Clyde Prestowitz (2003) whom I'm sure you know. Note the positive remark on the back cover by General Wesley Clark.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ralph-nader/let...

Good response.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

“Heaven doesn't want me.”

Since: Jul 13

Hell's afraid I'll take over.

#143241 Jan 6, 2014
Good morning RC Co-Cola, Calvin and Mr. C! Hope everyone is warm and well. Great posts by all three of you.

I can't believe the GOP is seriously considering holding vulnerable Americans hostage again by threatening not to pass extended unemployment benefits.

You're absolutely right, RC, voters won't forget. As an Independent, I've always voted for whomever I thought was the best candidate, especially in local elections, regardless of political affiliation. Now, however, I'm seriously thinking of becoming a registered Dem. I can't imagine ever again voting for anyone who represents the kind of "win at any cost", mob mentality of the GOP. The Democrats are far from perfect, but the actions of the regressives are truly disgusting.
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#143242 Jan 6, 2014
Farah: Obama Proves He's Evil By Watching House Of Cards

Joseph Farah, the editor of WorldNetDaily, is outraged that President Obama is a fan of the Netflix series “House of Cards,” and is particularly scandalized by the president’s joking observation that the show’s ruthless lead character, House Majority Whip Francis Underwood, is “getting a lot of stuff done.”

Anyone who actually watched the president’s comments could tell that he was clearly joking, but Farah claims that Obama is “shamelessly promoting” Underwood’s corrupt behavior and sees him as a “role model.”

“Is it appropriate, responsible and thoughtful for a president of the United States to champion blackmail, extortion, threats, intimidation, lies, provocation and murder as the best way to do business in Washington?” Farah asks in his column today.“He’s not even the least bit self-conscious about proclaiming his admiration for a character who is rotten to the core.”

We can only imagine how much fun it is to watch TV with Farah.

You can tell a lot about people by what they watch on television.

They say you are what you eat. It’s also true that what you choose to consume with the eye says much about your soul.

It’s about how corruption is the key to getting things done in Washington.

It’s also explicitly pornographic. You won’t see a single episode that doesn’t include the most ridiculous examples of gratuitous sex, meant only to appeal to the prurient interest of voyeurs.

All that would be disturbing, given the occupant of the White House has become a public promoter of the show. But it’s much worse than that.

So I have to ask myself: What is Barack Obama doing promoting this show? Why is he giving interviews saying he wishes things could be done the way Frank Underwood does them? Is it appropriate, responsible and thoughtful for a president of the United States to champion blackmail, extortion, threats, intimidation, lies, provocation and murder as the best way to do business in Washington?

But Obama is shamelessly promoting it without any caveats whatsoever.

Worse yet, he is out there suggesting Frank Underwood – a murderer – is a role model for him.

Make no mistake about it if you haven’t watched the first season of “House of Cards”: Obama has expressed admiration for a character who is a ruthless thug – a godfather-style figure who will use any means necessary to get his way.

Of course, that character is a liberal Democrat – so it’s OK.

None of this surprises me.

Obama is not a virtuous man of character. We know that after five years in office. But he’s not even the least bit self-conscious about proclaiming his admiration for a character who is rotten to the core – a cheater, an adulterer, one who even plans and executes the murder of a fellow member of Congress.

He’s setting a great example for the nation, isn’t he? He’s really raising the bar on expectations of the next generation, isn’t he? Is he going to recommend the show to his own children, even as he publicly extols it to the entire nation without any reservations?

We’ve come a long way since George Washington, haven’t we?

http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/farah-o...

HAHAHA, oh no Calvin, the Winged Nut Daily thinks you are evil too! hahaha What a bunch of desperate bullshit they spew. Hilarious

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#143243 Jan 6, 2014
Crow__ wrote:
Good morning RC Co-Cola, Calvin and Mr. C! Hope everyone is warm and well. Great posts by all three of you.
I can't believe the GOP is seriously considering holding vulnerable Americans hostage again by threatening not to pass extended unemployment benefits.
You're absolutely right, RC, voters won't forget. As an Independent, I've always voted for whomever I thought was the best candidate, especially in local elections, regardless of political affiliation. Now, however, I'm seriously thinking of becoming a registered Dem. I can't imagine ever again voting for anyone who represents the kind of "win at any cost", mob mentality of the GOP. The Democrats are far from perfect, but the actions of the regressives are truly disgusting.
Hello Crow. I am staying warm and toasty. Don't plan on leaving the house. I opened the door long enough to feed the animals and birds. Immediately came back in and plan on staying put. Glad I don't have to go anywhere. I heard the ski resorts in Indiana closed down because it is too cold. Never has happened before. Brrrrrrrrrrr

I agree with your comments on voting, that is for sure. Those teabagging CONS haven't "re-invented" themselves in the least. Except maybe BACK to pre Civil Rights days only more open with their racist and bigoted outburst, only difference is their proud attitude being so open about it. You are right, they are truly disgusting.

Hope you have a great day!

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH

Since: May 11

Birmingham, UK

#143244 Jan 6, 2014
Crow__ wrote:
Good morning RC Co-Cola, Calvin and Mr. C! Hope everyone is warm and well. Great posts by all three of you.
I can't believe the GOP is seriously considering holding vulnerable Americans hostage again by threatening not to pass extended unemployment benefits.
You're absolutely right, RC, voters won't forget. As an Independent, I've always voted for whomever I thought was the best candidate, especially in local elections, regardless of political affiliation. Now, however, I'm seriously thinking of becoming a registered Dem. I can't imagine ever again voting for anyone who represents the kind of "win at any cost", mob mentality of the GOP. The Democrats are far from perfect, but the actions of the regressives are truly disgusting.
I think they should simply make these their default manifesto promises.

We promise faithfully to:

"Punish the poor"

"Make it as difficult as we possibly can for any kind of social mobility"

"Make education expensive"

"Make it perfectly acceptible to tempt foreign workers into the country with visas who are equally as qualified as Americans but who will accept lower wages to drive down the US workers wage"

"Outsource as much as possible to Asia and the Indian Sub-continent...because that will trickle down......somewhere"

"Ensure that the only thing governing a childs destiny is the financial position of their parents"

"Deregulate the financial system(AGAIN) to ensure at least some folks prosper from the mess we'll leave behind"

"ensure that god helps those who help themselves(to everything)"

"To follow the golden rule...he who has the gold makes the rules"

"and charity begins...somewhere, just not here"

GAWWWWD blessss 'murrrica...

Since: May 11

Birmingham, UK

#143245 Jan 6, 2014
republiCONS wrote:
Farah: Obama Proves He's Evil By Watching House Of Cards
Joseph Farah, the editor of WorldNetDaily, is outraged that President Obama is a fan of the Netflix series “House of Cards,” and is particularly scandalized by the president’s joking observation that the show’s ruthless lead character, House Majority Whip Francis Underwood, is “getting a lot of stuff done.”
Anyone who actually watched the president’s comments could tell that he was clearly joking, but Farah claims that Obama is “shamelessly promoting” Underwood’s corrupt behavior and sees him as a “role model.”
“Is it appropriate, responsible and thoughtful for a president of the United States to champion blackmail, extortion, threats, intimidation, lies, provocation and murder as the best way to do business in Washington?” Farah asks in his column today.“He’s not even the least bit self-conscious about proclaiming his admiration for a character who is rotten to the core.”
We can only imagine how much fun it is to watch TV with Farah.
You can tell a lot about people by what they watch on television.
They say you are what you eat. It’s also true that what you choose to consume with the eye says much about your soul.
It’s about how corruption is the key to getting things done in Washington.
It’s also explicitly pornographic. You won’t see a single episode that doesn’t include the most ridiculous examples of gratuitous sex, meant only to appeal to the prurient interest of voyeurs.
All that would be disturbing, given the occupant of the White House has become a public promoter of the show. But it’s much worse than that.
So I have to ask myself: What is Barack Obama doing promoting this show? Why is he giving interviews saying he wishes things could be done the way Frank Underwood does them? Is it appropriate, responsible and thoughtful for a president of the United States to champion blackmail, extortion, threats, intimidation, lies, provocation and murder as the best way to do business in Washington?
But Obama is shamelessly promoting it without any caveats whatsoever.
Worse yet, he is out there suggesting Frank Underwood – a murderer – is a role model for him.
Make no mistake about it if you haven’t watched the first season of “House of Cards”: Obama has expressed admiration for a character who is a ruthless thug – a godfather-style figure who will use any means necessary to get his way.
Of course, that character is a liberal Democrat – so it’s OK.
None of this surprises me.
Obama is not a virtuous man of character. We know that after five years in office. But he’s not even the least bit self-conscious about proclaiming his admiration for a character who is rotten to the core – a cheater, an adulterer, one who even plans and executes the murder of a fellow member of Congress.
He’s setting a great example for the nation, isn’t he? He’s really raising the bar on expectations of the next generation, isn’t he? Is he going to recommend the show to his own children, even as he publicly extols it to the entire nation without any reservations?
We’ve come a long way since George Washington, haven’t we?
http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/farah-o...
HAHAHA, oh no Calvin, the Winged Nut Daily thinks you are evil too! hahaha What a bunch of desperate bullshit they spew. Hilarious
RIP GOP
DITCH MITCH
"...he may very well think that....but I couldn't possibly comment" ~ Francis Urqhart(from the original BBC version of HoC).

from the original BBC version of HoC

Since: May 11

Birmingham, UK

#143246 Jan 6, 2014
Crow__ wrote:
Good morning RC Co-Cola, Calvin and Mr. C! Hope everyone is warm and well. Great posts by all three of you.
I can't believe the GOP is seriously considering holding vulnerable Americans hostage again by threatening not to pass extended unemployment benefits.
You're absolutely right, RC, voters won't forget. As an Independent, I've always voted for whomever I thought was the best candidate, especially in local elections, regardless of political affiliation. Now, however, I'm seriously thinking of becoming a registered Dem. I can't imagine ever again voting for anyone who represents the kind of "win at any cost", mob mentality of the GOP. The Democrats are far from perfect, but the actions of the regressives are truly disgusting.
Morning Crow, Temp is 12° and it's raining like a raining thing, 94 flood warnings in effect.
republiCONS

Elizabethtown, KY

#143247 Jan 6, 2014
Senator Paul wants light punishment of Snowden for NSA leaks

(Reuters)- The public debate over the fate of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden intensified on Sunday with conservative Senator Rand Paul calling for a light prison term as punishment for Snowden's disclosure of information on government surveillance programs.

Paul, a Republican, said in an interview on ABC's "This Week" that Snowden does not deserve the death penalty or life in prison for the leaks, which have rattled the U.S. intelligence community, not to mention an American public that had been unaware of the extent of NSA data collection.

Instead, Paul spoke favorably of "some penalty of a few years in prison" if Snowden were to return to the United States from Russia, where he currently is living, to face trial.

Paul, a freshman senator from Kentucky and a Tea Party favorite who has his eye on running for president in 2016, made his remarks a few days after a New York Times editorial said Snowden had done the United States "a great service" in divulging details of NSA surveillance.

The newspaper said the U.S. government should offer Snowden "a plea bargain or some form of clemency that would allow him to return home."

Senator Charles Schumer, the third-ranking Democrat in the Senate, also on ABC, said Snowden should return to stand trial but that the United States should not offer a plea bargain to him.

Schumer said a trial could help clarify several issues, including whether the vast amounts of data being collected by the NSA actually help the United States root out terrorists and how much damage Snowden's leaks have done to American intelligence agents.

Last month, a federal judge criticized the NSA's metadata counter-terrorism program, saying that he could not imagine a more "indiscriminate" and "arbitrary invasion."

The Obama administration on Friday appealed that court's ruling: that the NSA's gathering of Americans' telephone records was probably unconstitutional.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/05/us-...

GRANDrand still seeking his 15mins. Supports traitors. Snowden will get his. He should stay in Russia until a drone takes him out. haha is a coward and isn't man enough to come home and face the consequences. Typical teabagger CON mentality.

RIP GOP

DITCH MITCH
conservative crapola

“Hicksville Hootenanny”

Since: Sep 13

Kornfield Kounty

#143248 Jan 6, 2014
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, legal guns kill people. Just as the moron that tried to break through triple pane window before I got my nine.
All of okiehomo is afraid of your roy rogers cap gun and drawstring hat. LMAO.

teabag for a scrotum cry-a-thon: 1 year 61 days.

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