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Murray, KY

Romney's 47%

I do not like this Uncle Sam, I do not like his health care scam, I do not like these dirty crooks, Or how they lie and cook the books!! I do not like when Congress steals, I do not like their secret deals. I do not like this speaker man, I do not like his “YES WE CAN”!! I do not like this spending spree, I’m smart, I know nothing is for free. I do not like their smug replies, When I complain about their lies. I do not like this kind of hope, I do not like it, NOPE NOPE NOPE!!  (Oct 30, 2014 | post #27)

Murray, KY

CCHS mock election

Maybe they don’t plan on working a minimum wage job.  (Oct 30, 2014 | post #3)

Murray, KY

Who do you support for U.S. House in Kentucky (District 1...

I do not like this Uncle Sam, I do not like his health care scam, I do not like these dirty crooks, Or how they lie and cook the books!! I do not like when Congress steals, I do not like their secret deals. I do not like this speaker man, I do not like his “YES WE CAN”!! I do not like this spending spree, I’m smart, I know nothing is for free. I do not like their smug replies, When I complain about their lies. I do not like this kind of hope, I do not like it, NOPE NOPE NOPE!!  (Oct 29, 2014 | post #712)

Murray, KY

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

Just how would Obama obtain Free care In health for all? Would all medical workers from Md's down to nurse aids have to work for free?  (Apr 30, 2014 | post #163001)

Murray, KY

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

How can you tell when J Carney is lying? HIS LIPS ARE MOVING!  (Apr 30, 2014 | post #162996)

Murray, KY

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

The US had been the global leader, the world's number one economy since 1872. That means we have held the record for 142 years, and in less than five years Barack Obama is causing the United States to lose the top spot. There's no excuse for this!  (Apr 30, 2014 | post #162988)

Murray, KY

Woman's head stepped on by Rand Paul supporters

Fox news to win Pulitzer prize after "Fox News Leaves No Question That White House is Involved in a ‘Cover-Up of a Cover-Up’ " http://www.ijrevie w.com/2014/04/1341 23-krauth...  (Apr 30, 2014 | post #32677)

Murray, KY

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

Fox news to win Pulitzer prize after "Fox News Leaves No Question That White House is Involved in a ‘Cover-Up of a Cover-Up’ " http://www.ijrevie w.com/2014/04/1341 23-krauthammer-whi te-house-benghazi- emails-coverup-cov erup/  (Apr 30, 2014 | post #162955)

Murray, KY

'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

can't we find someone other then a Clinton or a bush?!  (Apr 18, 2014 | post #161761)

Murray, KY

liberal logic

Ya it's time to cut the subsidy and just pay $9.00 a gl. like the rest of the world! that will help our economy!  (Apr 18, 2014 | post #9)

Murray, KY

Obama care

Liberal pundit Sally Kohn wrote “What I learned as a liberal talking head on Fox News.” Despite what she had heard, the folks at Fox weren’t evil, homophobic, hatemongers like so many would have you believe. My time at Fox News was marked by meeting and working with some of the kindest, smartest, and most talented people I’ve had the pleasure of meeting in life. As I said in my TED talk, Sean Hannity is one of the sweetest people you’ll ever meet – and even now that I’ve parted ways with Fox, he remains a good friend and mentor. For a radical progressive who once harbored negative stereotypes about folks on the right, it was a turning point for me to meet people such as Mr. Hannity, Karl Rove, Monica Crowley, Sarah Palin, and so many others, and see that – though we certainly disagree profoundly on political issues – they’re personable and kind and human. Just like me. It’s strange to suggest that a seemingly simple realization such as that is in fact a profound revelation, but in our hyperpartisan era, when we often vilify the other side as being less-than-human, it is. Once I had that experience with some of the most visible voices on “the other side” – in my case, the right – it was an easy leap to find connection and compassion with everyday conservative audiences. These aren’t evil people, either, or stupid, or any of the other things that some liberals, in their lowest moments, have suggested. In fact, in many cases, I’ve learned that the ideological labels that feel so firm and unyielding among the professional political class are rather malleable among ordinary Americans. Most people just want a better life for themselves and their kids. And they’re worried about the things they see as barriers to that opportunity – whether it’s big banks gobbling up all the money and real estate titles or higher taxes or struggling public schools or the cost of food. In real communities in real places across the United States, I’ve found that liberals and conservatives share many of the same concerns and problems and simply gravitate toward two different sides in searching for solutions.  (Apr 16, 2014 | post #64)

Murray, KY

Paul vs Conway: The Nastiest Debate Of 2010 | TPMDC

Liberal pundit writes about what she learned working for Fox News, I bet fellow liberals are now furious with her.....Liberal pundit Sally Kohn wrote “What I learned as a liberal talking head on Fox News.” Despite what she had heard, the folks at Fox weren’t evil, homophobic, hatemongers like so many would have you believe. My time at Fox News was marked by meeting and working with some of the kindest, smartest, and most talented people I’ve had the pleasure of meeting in life. As I said in my TED talk, Sean Hannity is one of the sweetest people you’ll ever meet – and even now that I’ve parted ways with Fox, he remains a good friend and mentor. For a radical progressive who once harbored negative stereotypes about folks on the right, it was a turning point for me to meet people such as Mr. Hannity, Karl Rove, Monica Crowley, Sarah Palin, and so many others, and see that – though we certainly disagree profoundly on political issues – they’re personable and kind and human. Just like me. It’s strange to suggest that a seemingly simple realization such as that is in fact a profound revelation, but in our hyperpartisan era, when we often vilify the other side as being less-than-human, it is. Once I had that experience with some of the most visible voices on “the other side” – in my case, the right – it was an easy leap to find connection and compassion with everyday conservative audiences. These aren’t evil people, either, or stupid, or any of the other things that some liberals, in their lowest moments, have suggested. In fact, in many cases, I’ve learned that the ideological labels that feel so firm and unyielding among the professional political class are rather malleable among ordinary Americans. Most people just want a better life for themselves and their kids. And they’re worried about the things they see as barriers to that opportunity – whether it’s big banks gobbling up all the money and real estate titles or higher taxes or struggling public schools or the cost of food. In real communities in real places across the United States, I’ve found that liberals and conservatives share many of the same concerns and problems and simply gravitate toward two different sides in searching for solutions.  (Apr 16, 2014 | post #19293)

Murray, KY

Obama care

You keep telling you're self that. when Rand gets in office it's all over and America will once again be free form Government tyrany! Please over look the spelling, as you know I went to BIG GOVERNMENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS  (Apr 16, 2014 | post #59)

Murray, KY

Obama care

Amen!  (Apr 15, 2014 | post #52)