'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

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"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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Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#41988 Jun 14, 2012
Barb wrote:
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Or you could just let Obama have his way and raise taxes on us all. If you think he will stop at raising taxes on the rich, I have a bridge to sell yu real cheap.The taxes from the rich can no way pay for the dept Obama's put us in. He will have to raise taxes on everyone of us. BIG TIME!
The only good thing that will come out of it is, that the ones with better sense, can say "I TOLD YOU SO!!!!!
That’s right, Barb! Thanks for letting us not forget. Just because the debt under Obama has increased less than during GW’s regime, doesn’t mean that it hasn’t grown.

Giving Obama credit for a job well-done would only make him look good.

While Ann and I are just ordinary plain folk — fair-minded, good-natured, spontaneous, fun-loving Americans (from planet Earth)— who are against Obama looking good, we certainly don’t want to be perceived as siding with the haters. It would be so un-presidential.
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#41989 Jun 14, 2012
Hey wrote:
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How can you kick a man just because he's successful??
What have you accomplished???
Hey there, Hey!

Fox rocks! Rupert rocks! You rock!

Why can’t they just leave Fox alone? Financial success, however achieved, deserves the greatest respect. R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Yes, Ann and I love popular culture too, just like other ordinary American people (from Earth). We hope to catch up with you at the Annual Olive Hill Dressage Event this summer for share enjoyment of sport.

Winning!
frank

Oakland, CA

#41990 Jun 14, 2012
Hijinx Romney wrote:
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Hey there, Hey!
Fox rocks! Rupert rocks! You rock!
Why can’t they just leave Fox alone? Financial success, however achieved, deserves the greatest respect. R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Yes, Ann and I love popular culture too, just like other ordinary American people (from Earth). We hope to catch up with you at the Annual Olive Hill Dressage Event this summer for share enjoyment of sport.
Winning!
Stop it already I'm trying to work here while laughing uncontrobalbly - I can't even spell now :-)
rider

Ishpeming, MI

#41991 Jun 14, 2012
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Dr Eunice Proctor

Cincinnati, OH

#41992 Jun 14, 2012
frank wrote:
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Stop it already I'm trying to work here while laughing uncontrobalbly - I can't even spell now :-)
Sorry, frank. Ann and I were just trying to share our ordinary joie de vivre as plain American folks (from Earth), not to let our typical fun-loving hi jinx interfere with your work or make you lose control and go all Saemis, especially if we can count you in as a fellow job creator. We really appreciate your words of encouragement. Here’s an especially severe smile/point/wink for you.{;-)

Will we be seeing you for sport at any dressage events this summer?
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#41993 Jun 14, 2012
Oops. We accidentally sent our response to frank from our mental health worker’s account. Dr. Eunice Proctor is a liberal and not fun-loving like us, but we have only the strongest positive feelings toward her anyway. But, talk about severe!
Barb

Ashland, KY

#41996 Jun 14, 2012
Hijinx Romney wrote:
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That’s right, Barb! Thanks for letting us not forget. Just because the debt under Obama has increased less than during GW’s regime, doesn’t mean that it hasn’t grown.
Giving Obama credit for a job well-done would only make him look good.
While Ann and I are just ordinary plain folk — fair-minded, good-natured, spontaneous, fun-loving Americans (from planet Earth)— who are against Obama looking good, we certainly don’t want to be perceived as siding with the haters. It would be so un-presidential.
And what planet did you say you were from?
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#41997 Jun 14, 2012
Barb wrote:
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And what planet did you say you were from?
Earth, Barb, definitely Earth. We are not aliens. We like trees that are just the right size, small lakes (not just the big ones like the Great Lakes), those pastry goodies with holes in them, spontaneous fun (like impromptu hair cutting events), watching sport (like dressage events) and close encounters with other real humans. Ah, good times, good times! We should exchange winter solstice cards.
WakeUp

Campbellsville, KY

#41998 Jun 14, 2012
frank wrote:
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“DEFICITS DON’T MATTER”
Obama certainly did not eliminate unemployment, no one could have, but he sure as heck saved the US economy from going over a cliff in spite of the relentless republican road blocks and obstructionism! In 2002, Dick Cheney and the Bush’s economic team met to discuss a second round of tax cuts, which would follow Bush’s 2001 cuts. At the meeting,“then-Treasury Secretary Paul H. O’Neill pleaded that the government — already running a $158 billion deficit — was heading in the wrong direction, careening toward a fiscal crisis.” Cheney replied by saying that “deficits don’t matter.”
Bush has presided over the largest increase in the debt of any president in history. When he took office,“the national debt stood at $5.727 trillion.” In eight years, there has been an increase of over 70%. The Center for Budget Policy and Priorities has shown 42% of the “fiscal deterioration” and explosion of the deficit that occurred under Bush was due to tax cuts. The key factors have been large tax cuts and increases in security-related programs. The conservative practice of cutting taxes while spending millions on wars has led to the largest debt in half a century, and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is proposing exactly the same policies. An analysis by the Center for American Progress found that if McCain’s economic plan was in place, for eight years,, it would leave a debt of $12.7 trillion, besting Bush’s record.
Funny, the last two years of Bush's presidency, congress controlled the spending...and congress was controlled by Democrats. In fact, I remember Democrats screaming that Bush wasn't spending enough!
Oh wait, that's right, for Democrats it's always a "revenue" problem i.e. "we have to raise taxes"-not the reality that, it's a SPENDING PROBLEM.
Besides, Obama has spent more in his first 3 years than Bush did in 8. How's that working out for us?

Obama's economic record is a disaster. Unemployment is officially 8.3%. But we're not counting college grads, the under employed, those who have given up looking for work, those whose unemployment benefits have run out, etc. Tack on the jobs needed just through sheer population growth and unemployment is waaaaaaaaay higher than 8.3% and closer to 12%-13% and for the U6 number (those with part time jobs seeking full time) we're around 22%

Pick any measure you want, the economy under Obama has only continued to get worse, and it's going to get far worse with Obama's policies.
Hijinx Romney

Cincinnati, OH

#41999 Jun 14, 2012
WakeUp wrote:
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Funny, the last two years of Bush's presidency, congress controlled the spending...and congress was controlled by Democrats. In fact, I remember Democrats screaming that Bush wasn't spending enough!
Oh wait, that's right, for Democrats it's always a "revenue" problem i.e. "we have to raise taxes"-not the reality that, it's a SPENDING PROBLEM.
Besides, Obama has spent more in his first 3 years than Bush did in 8. How's that working out for us?
Obama's economic record is a disaster. Unemployment is officially 8.3%. But we're not counting college grads, the under employed, those who have given up looking for work, those whose unemployment benefits have run out, etc. Tack on the jobs needed just through sheer population growth and unemployment is waaaaaaaaay higher than 8.3% and closer to 12%-13% and for the U6 number (those with part time jobs seeking full time) we're around 22%
Pick any measure you want, the economy under Obama has only continued to get worse, and it's going to get far worse with Obama's policies.
That’s right! Obama turned out not to be the savior everyone thought they’d elected. Progress recovering from the GW era has been slower than anticipated.

Ann and I were so disappointed that we decided I could do it better with my own rapid economic recovery plan that is, well, secret for now, but trust me, it’s going to be really big. We’ll have job creators rolling in enough additional wealth that they may even generously start creating jobs in America once again so that some of it will surely trickle some down to common working class, tax paying Americans.(Oopsie, I almost gave away the secret.)
frank

Oakland, CA

#42000 Jun 14, 2012
WakeUp wrote:
<quoted text>
Funny, the last two years of Bush's presidency, congress controlled the spending...and congress was controlled by Democrats. In fact, I remember Democrats screaming that Bush wasn't spending enough!
Oh wait, that's right, for Democrats it's always a "revenue" problem i.e. "we have to raise taxes"-not the reality that, it's a SPENDING PROBLEM.
Besides, Obama has spent more in his first 3 years than Bush did in 8. How's that working out for us?
Obama's economic record is a disaster. Unemployment is officially 8.3%. But we're not counting college grads, the under employed, those who have given up looking for work, those whose unemployment benefits have run out, etc. Tack on the jobs needed just through sheer population growth and unemployment is waaaaaaaaay higher than 8.3% and closer to 12%-13% and for the U6 number (those with part time jobs seeking full time) we're around 22%
Pick any measure you want, the economy under Obama has only continued to get worse, and it's going to get far worse with Obama's policies.
I totally agree that our government(s) should have to keep debt and spending at a manageable level but you are wrong on this one, you are a victim of the right-wing-noise-machine! Here are the numbers:
http://zfacts.com/p/318.html
Jay

Paris, TN

#42001 Jun 14, 2012
Hijinx Romney wrote:
<quoted text>
That’s right! Obama turned out not to be the savior everyone thought they’d elected. Progress recovering from the GW era has been slower than anticipated.
Ann and I were so disappointed that we decided I could do it better with my own rapid economic recovery plan that is, well, secret for now, but trust me, it’s going to be really big. We’ll have job creators rolling in enough additional wealth that they may even generously start creating jobs in America once again so that some of it will surely trickle some down to common working class, tax paying Americans.(Oopsie, I almost gave away the secret.)
**********

What have they been putting in the water in Cinci, Ohyah?

8D
whitehair

Eminence, KY

#42002 Jun 14, 2012
frank wrote:
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I totally agree that our government(s) should have to keep debt and spending at a manageable level but you are wrong on this one, you are a victim of the right-wing-noise-machine! Here are the numbers:
http://zfacts.com/p/318.html
Take another look at the graph.Obama`s is pointed up after Bush`s left off.Bush left off then Obama climbed to where it is now!$9 trillion,then, now at $ 16 trillion for the currect debt..and headed up/Some say to $20 trillion before it can be started down.
calm down frankie

Glasgow, KY

#42003 Jun 14, 2012
frank wrote:
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Stop it already I'm trying to work here while laughing uncontrobalbly - I can't even spell now :-)
It sure doesn't take much to make you happy does it frankie? If that hijinix kids' attempt at trying to be internet cool by "posing" as Romney causes you uncontrollable little girl giggles, you are a sad little fella that is easily entertained by some random manchild on topix!
Chevy

Clinchco, VA

#42004 Jun 14, 2012
Do you care where your automobile is made? No jobs!


Wonder why we haven't heard about this on our nightly North American news ????

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup...

A very interesting listen.

We are seeing the death of America.
lol

Glasgow, KY

#42005 Jun 14, 2012
Hijinx Romney wrote:
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Who could be more fair and balanced than Fox News? Especially that true patriot and celebrated journalist, Sean Hannity. Are you un-American?
I believe you will find Rand Paul to be a more severe conservative than his father, Ron. So if severity works for you, Rand’s your man.
If you must vote for a write-in, I would prefer Donald’s job creator uncle, McScrooge. There’s a duck that knows something about making money, enough to let some trickle down to his nephews, Hughey, Dewey and Louie.
I hear ya jinxie boy! Anybody with "half a brain" watches that Rachael Madcow person on PMSnbc if they want crackerjack reporting! LMMFAO!

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#42006 Jun 14, 2012
liars lose in the end wrote:
The democrat strategists have sent Obama a memo warning him that bashing Romney for his jobs and economy record isn't really working because the people are very aware of the fact that Obama's jobs and economy record are much worse. lol It's getting really hard for the democrats to find anybody that has a worse record than Obama. They never even considered that the Bush crutch excuses wouldn't last forever so they're finding themselves in between that proverbial rock and hard place.
Now the dems big breakout strategy is to babysit Obama. Go behind him and explain to the citizens what Obama REALLY meant to say.
I'm loving the Obama implosion! What goes around comes around and the come around is proving to be very problematic for the corrupt democrat machine. I feel kind of sorry for the guy. Imagine being on top of the world and fooling a nation of people then falling off the edge of the cliff he created for himself. That has to be one hell of a fall!
Ted Kennedy knew how to grill Mitt Romenii, at the last second he was down by more than 5% and baked him in suburban Mass.-one of the great New England victories-and then Ted Kennedy endorsed Barack Obama and the man who beat Romenii-John McLame was anihilated by 7%

JFK,RFK,TK,Jackie O.K. r.i.p

We miss you Ted
doofus sweden

Glasgow, KY

#42007 Jun 14, 2012
swedenforever wrote:
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Ted Kennedy knew how to grill Mitt Romenii, at the last second he was down by more than 5% and baked him in suburban Mass.-one of the great New England victories-and then Ted Kennedy endorsed Barack Obama and the man who beat Romenii-John McLame was anihilated by 7%
JFK,RFK,TK,Jackie O.K. r.i.p
We miss you Ted
JFK? The great one that ordered the first combat troops into Vietnam to start that terrible war? That would be him. TK? Ted the murderer?

Wow, your standards aren't very high, are they? Go war mongers and murderers!!! Yay! Are you embarrassed? You should be!
WakeUp

Campbellsville, KY

#42008 Jun 14, 2012
frank wrote:
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I totally agree that our government(s) should have to keep debt and spending at a manageable level but you are wrong on this one, you are a victim of the right-wing-noise-machine! Here are the numbers:
http://zfacts.com/p/318.html
The problem with your graph is that it's saying supply side economics didn't work. That's not true. Reagan tripled the amount of money coming into the US Treasury.
Like I said before, if your spending always exceeds your revenues, it doesn't matter how much money you bring in.
As for Reagan's deficits, as a percentage of GDP, he left office with the same percent of deficit as when he entered office-of course, he was able to end "stagflation", lower unemployment, record breaking small business start ups, and economically/politically destroy the Russians in the Cold War.

To be honest, our debt and spending, not only on the National level, but the states, municipalities, etc is so out of control and unmanageable, neither party is going to do anything about it. It's just a matter of how quickly are we all going to jump off the fiscal cliff, and who's going to be in control when we start to rebuild?
American Lady

Danville, KY

#42009 Jun 14, 2012
Terry Buckeye wrote:
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He was legally elected to office by a majority of electoral votes. How is that fraudulent?

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If he wasn't eligible to serve the office he should not have been on the ballot and should not have been able to serve. If he lacks the honestly and integrity that it takes to be responsible enough to personally follow the requirements of Article II Section 1, he doesn't deserve to serve the office. Just because 62 million people didn't care to follow the requirements of The Constitution doesn't make it right.

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