'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

"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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whitehair

Eminence, KY

#43178 Jul 2, 2012
Found at least a partial answer to my question above!
Yes ,and ,no,~ The tax is a sales tax on ones with incomes over $250,000 per year,or ,ones in that range making a profit on the sale of the home.Not too likely to happen in the environment of houses today.However this could cause many seniors with homes that cost very little bought many years ago,and now worth so much greater than then paid.Don`t think any one much would fall into this category,except the filthy rich.

Thanks Culture Vulture,you inspired me to find it!!
desperate times lol

Glasgow, KY

#43179 Jul 2, 2012
Listen...can you hear that? Scrape, scrape, scrape! That's the dems hard at it again today! Obama had a conference call with his gang and told them that they need to get on the ball because people are contributing big bucks to Romney and are out-raising Obama big time. This is happening even with Obama's edge on campaigning on the tax payers dime and calling those trips "presidential". You'd think with that kind of savings (using tax dollars) he would be far ahead of Romney in the campaign contribution department. LOL RuhRoh...reality is setting in and Obama, being Obama, needs to blame it on somebody and his campaign team is better than the Bush excuse this time. LMMFAO! That well deserved and well earned Obama karma colonic reared it's ugly head at the worst time, huh?

I can hear the poor guy now...NO EFFING WAY citizens decided to get smart now just before my re-election. WTF???

Ah, the sweet sound of scraping. Makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside when good wins over bad. Will it still be considered an Obama historical moment when he loses bigger than he won? lol
culture vulture

Russell Springs, KY

#43180 Jul 2, 2012
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
Mostly you are correct!But,unlike many,I am studying and reading this most important document along with the Federalist Papes and Bill of Rights.Unlike some,I do not believe in calling people names.
In regards to the last point you made here, while you and I don't see eye to eye on some things, it is beyond me why there is so much anger and animosity on some of these threads. With what shows up on here at times, it's not so hard to see why people aren't pulling together for the betterment of everyone. Too often, issues are seen in black and white, rather than as a whole, and it just holds everyone back. Here's hoping people will wake up, grow up, and stand up for what they believe in without all the nonsense!
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#43181 Jul 2, 2012
If only we had some way to have people do this very thing.It would develop into UTOPIA if only our people we sent to Washington,to the States Capitals,and we out here could be civil and talk to one another with the desire to make things better.I have even noticed the stubborn attitude in my Church officers.

I do believe we may see things differently,maybe background,training,family,wha tever,but you sound like someone that would make a good person to have around.Go for it!!!
oh paleeze

Glasgow, KY

#43183 Jul 2, 2012
culture vulture wrote:
<quoted text>In regards to the last point you made here, while you and I don't see eye to eye on some things, it is beyond me why there is so much anger and animosity on some of these threads. With what shows up on here at times, it's not so hard to see why people aren't pulling together for the betterment of everyone. Too often, issues are seen in black and white, rather than as a whole, and it just holds everyone back. Here's hoping people will wake up, grow up, and stand up for what they believe in without all the nonsense!
No insult intended but you sound a little out of touch. It seems like the OWS people who sat in the streets and got high and the unions that took over Wisconsin's Capitol and banged their drums and sang Kumbaya and celebrated unity were useful in focusing on things other than what the political party wanted the focus on but it didn't get the job done. I'm sure it is Bush's fault somehow but that's the norm. It's about time people stood up and took charge and participate in their kids future. Can that get people riled up and angry and passionate? Yes. Thank goodness. Maybe these people that are starting to at least communicate and step up and stand up and speak up, even though it isn't in the manner you approve of, is what this country needs. Too many have sat back and stayed quiet and tried to be what they were told was politically correct for too long. If this is what America needs to get back on track for our kids sake then have at it! Get riled up and CHANGE things so that our citizens benefit instead of a mans personal and selfish political agenda benefiting.

A passionate debate never hurt anyone. Well, maybe it hurts some egos but they will survive, don't you think?
Darryl Washington

Cincinnati, OH

#43184 Jul 2, 2012
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
Totally agree.The system is broken when not only does the President and Congress,but now the SCOTUS does things that are no sense at all and seem to do damage to the good of the Country.
This is the reason I jumpd onto the Tea Party motto of back to the Constitution,term limits,Congress could pass no law that does not equally apply to Congress(in effect putting them on the same SS# and Health Care they put on "we the people):. Does any one think they would have robbed the SS# funds if they were to receive them for their old age?Does anyone think they would have saddled the people with this Health Care Bill if they had to be recipients of it instead of their own? No way!!
The Supreme Court has the responsibility of determining what is constitutional and what is not in cases where it requires interpretation by experts. We should respect SCOTUS for breaking the pattern of reaching a decision based solely on the Justicesí party affiliations, even if we disagree with its decisions.

A you may know, I am one of those liberals generally hated by the the Tea Party (as gauged by being called insulting names, being told in the rudest of terms to leave these forums, etc.). However, I strongly believe that we need to reform Congress by imposing term limits and that it should be permitted to pass no law that does not equally apply to it and other branches of government. I believe that every citizen, including elected government officials, should be covered by Social Security and Medicare In fact, I would upgrade Medicare to make it our national health care program with a single payer, private provider model.
culture vulture

Russell Springs, KY

#43185 Jul 2, 2012
oh paleeze wrote:
<quoted text>
No insult intended but you sound a little out of touch. It seems like the OWS people who sat in the streets and got high and the unions that took over Wisconsin's Capitol and banged their drums and sang Kumbaya and celebrated unity were useful in focusing on things other than what the political party wanted the focus on but it didn't get the job done. I'm sure it is Bush's fault somehow but that's the norm. It's about time people stood up and took charge and participate in their kids future. Can that get people riled up and angry and passionate? Yes. Thank goodness. Maybe these people that are starting to at least communicate and step up and stand up and speak up, even though it isn't in the manner you approve of, is what this country needs. Too many have sat back and stayed quiet and tried to be what they were told was politically correct for too long. If this is what America needs to get back on track for our kids sake then have at it! Get riled up and CHANGE things so that our citizens benefit instead of a mans personal and selfish political agenda benefiting.
A passionate debate never hurt anyone. Well, maybe it hurts some egos but they will survive, don't you think?
I suppose I could be a little out of touch, at 58 yrs. and counting. But in my travels I've witnessed things around the globe that I can only hope aren't visited upon mine or yours, whether by an outraged citizenry or a foreign entity. That's why I'm a little old-fashioned when I plead for a little sanity when we discuss this and that. It's a sad thing when politics and everyday life can't be discoursed without all the profanity and anger, lies and ridiculous rhetoric. And, I suppose some ego's will suffer, not mine. I like to think there are more important things than a bruised ego, but your point is taken. Have a good one!
we see thru you too

Glasgow, KY

#43186 Jul 2, 2012
Darryl Washington wrote:
<quoted text>
The Supreme Court has the responsibility of determining what is constitutional and what is not in cases where it requires interpretation by experts. We should respect SCOTUS for breaking the pattern of reaching a decision based solely on the Justicesí party affiliations, even if we disagree with its decisions.
A you may know, I am one of those liberals generally hated by the the Tea Party (as gauged by being called insulting names, being told in the rudest of terms to leave these forums, etc.). However, I strongly believe that we need to reform Congress by imposing term limits and that it should be permitted to pass no law that does not equally apply to it and other branches of government. I believe that every citizen, including elected government officials, should be covered by Social Security and Medicare In fact, I would upgrade Medicare to make it our national health care program with a single payer, private provider model.
And that is why you are a nobody that doesn't make laws but never stops roaring about your intelligent opinions. A wannabe politician but just can't cut the mustard? lol Yep!
rider

Ishpeming, MI

#43187 Jul 2, 2012
Darryl Washington wrote:
<quoted text>
The Supreme Court has the responsibility of determining what is constitutional and what is not in cases where it requires interpretation by experts. We should respect SCOTUS for breaking the pattern of reaching a decision based solely on the Justicesí party affiliations, even if we disagree with its decisions.
A you may know, I am one of those liberals generally hated by the the Tea Party (as gauged by being called insulting names, being told in the rudest of terms to leave these forums, etc.). However, I strongly believe that we need to reform Congress by imposing term limits and that it should be permitted to pass no law that does not equally apply to it and other branches of government. I believe that every citizen, including elected government officials, should be covered by Social Security and Medicare In fact, I would upgrade Medicare to make it our national health care program with a single payer, private provider model.
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Darryl Washington

Cincinnati, OH

#43188 Jul 2, 2012
we see thru you too wrote:
<quoted text>
And that is why you are a nobody that doesn't make laws but never stops roaring about your intelligent opinions. A wannabe politician but just can't cut the mustard? lol Yep!
Thank you for illustrating what I said about rude hostile behavior. It is true that I do not make laws and that generally my opinions are "intelligent." I have served as a community leader, but I have no interest in seeking public office. And you?
rider

Ishpeming, MI

#43189 Jul 2, 2012
Darryl Washington wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you for illustrating what I said about rude hostile behavior. It is true that I do not make laws and that generally my opinions are "intelligent." I have served as a community leader, but I have no interest in seeking public office. And you?
what Roberts does bring before the committee is a long list of ties to corporate America from his years of working as a lobbyist and an attorney in Washington on behalf of business and special interest groups. He also gives the Judiciary Committee a golden opportunity to shed light on a thorny but still largely ill-defined issue: how Supreme Court justices should contend with potential conflicts of interest, including whether they should recuse themselves from a case. Roberts is the beneficiary of the organizationís first-ever lobbying campaign for a Supreme Court nominee. Two members of its executive committee represent corporate interests that Roberts himself represented as an attorney: Toyota and the coal mining industry. Dell Computer, Microsoft, Texas Instruments, Intel, Agilent, Cisco, Novellus, Hewlett-Packard, Lucent and Nokia. In healthcare: Pfizer, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca, Hillenbrand, and Becton, Dickinson. In big media: Time Warner, Disney and Blockbuster. In finance and real estate: Citigroup, State Street and Washington REIT.(Experts will presumably advise Roberts to avoid recusals related to his extensive stock holdings by placing his assets in a blind trust.)
culture vulture

Russell Springs, KY

#43190 Jul 2, 2012
Darryl Washington wrote:
<quoted text>
The Supreme Court has the responsibility of determining what is constitutional and what is not in cases where it requires interpretation by experts. We should respect SCOTUS for breaking the pattern of reaching a decision based solely on the Justicesí party affiliations, even if we disagree with its decisions.
A you may know, I am one of those liberals generally hated by the the Tea Party (as gauged by being called insulting names, being told in the rudest of terms to leave these forums, etc.). However, I strongly believe that we need to reform Congress by imposing term limits and that it should be permitted to pass no law that does not equally apply to it and other branches of government. I believe that every citizen, including elected government officials, should be covered by Social Security and Medicare In fact, I would upgrade Medicare to make it our national health care program with a single payer, private provider model.
Well said! I find myself in complete agreement with each and every point.
frank

Oakland, CA

#43191 Jul 2, 2012
whitehair wrote:
<quoted text>
We hope to return the opportunity come November.The total story behind the conclusion creates the idea and confusion about the honesty and decency of our gov`t.Paid for congressional votes.Amnesty for illegals,--again.Obama lies,etc..
Stupid wingnuz noise etc.!
We won

United States

#43192 Jul 2, 2012
We can do whatever we want because the supreme court said so and we can tax stupid wingnuz noise makers for not shutting up now!

Tell 'em frank we can do anything we want!!!
We won

United States

#43193 Jul 2, 2012
Darryl Washington wrote:
<quoted text>
The Supreme Court has the responsibility of determining what is constitutional and what is not in cases where it requires interpretation by experts. We should respect SCOTUS for breaking the pattern of reaching a decision based solely on the Justicesí party affiliations, even if we disagree with its decisions.
A you may know, I am one of those liberals generally hated by the the Tea Party (as gauged by being called insulting names, being told in the rudest of terms to leave these forums, etc.). However, I strongly believe that we need to reform Congress by imposing term limits and that it should be permitted to pass no law that does not equally apply to it and other branches of government. I believe that every citizen, including elected government officials, should be covered by Social Security and Medicare In fact, I would upgrade Medicare to make it our national health care program with a single payer, private provider model.
Exactly and it should be free for everyone forever!!!
We won

United States

#43194 Jul 2, 2012
Air is free and food should be free too. Everybody has to eat and breathe and everybody gets sick and needs a place to live and has to have clothes. So, these things should be free - food, medicine and doctors, housing and clothes. Make rich people pay for it.
We won

United States

#43195 Jul 2, 2012
And water, cannot live without it so it should be universally free. Make rich people pay for it.

Oh yeah, have to have heat in the winter cannot live without electricity these days so it should be free.

And as always, make those rich jerks pay for it, they have more money than they need anyway.
We won

United States

#43197 Jul 2, 2012
And free refrigerators because the free food will go bad if left out. Will need a free stove because raw food will make you sick.
U WON THE LOSER AWARD

Glasgow, KY

#43198 Jul 2, 2012
What happens when the rich run out of money for Obama to steal? Then you freeloaders will be kickin' and screamin' and cryin'. Then we will be fundamentally changed, as Obama promised, into a 3rd world country because our debt has enslaved us and Obama will be going to Pelosi'd house where they will party and eat Moosechelles steaks and have their cold beer brought to them by houseboys and they will laugh and laugh and laugh all the way to the banks that Obama and China now own. And they couldn't of done any of it without the help of you morons.

Thank goodness there are more intelligent Americans than there are Obamorons and America will not end up the way you people want it to end up. You won? Perhaps you won the battle (Supreme Court ruling...even though it sure looks like a Trojan Horse ruling lol) but your recent so-called victory will be the straw that broke the democrats back in losing the war in November.

We will be celebrating the recovery of America! Better start hoarding all that stuff you have bummed , won. You're gonna need it. LMMFAO!
Independent

Glasgow, KY

#43199 Jul 2, 2012
I just watched the video where Obama is bragging that he is the slowest spending president in 60 years. I have to tell ya that's some funny stuff. Even funnier is the mental giants that agree with him on his slow and methodical spending skills. LMMFAO! Is there nothing he won't do or say to get elected again? For God's sake he is the leader of the United States of America. He was very good at pretending he was America's only hope so you think he could pretend his way through this campaign without totally embarrassing himself with ridiculous feats and successes and historical moments of which none are true.

Obama, first place worst president in the history of the United States of America, has lowered the bar. Carter, the second place worst president in the history of the United States of America, could be our next president and that would be two steps up from what we have had to endure for the last 4 years.

Obama had his chance and he blew it big time. He defeated himself. Time to move on and up without him. Vote Romney in November!

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