'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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Spocko

Oakland, CA

#43417 Jul 7, 2012
American Lady wrote:
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Welllllll, bust my britches......;-)
you want a 'medal' for finding for finding that?:)
Huh?
frank

Oakland, CA

#43418 Jul 7, 2012
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't stop there frankie...it was Clinton that was impeached, remember? LMMFAO! What? What did I say? Oh that's right...shhhhhh! Another fun fact of which talking head democrats aren't supposed to speak about and if forced to speak about it...always, ALWAYS refer back to the Bush excuse or pull the race card to put the focus back on republicans. lol How's that working out for you and "The Obamination" lately, frankie?
Yes I know it took the GOPers 6 years and $80 million of tax payer’s money only for the courts to dismiss the charges. But they didn’t stop there; they spent another $39 million of taxpayer’s money trying to indict Hilleary Clinton only to have the charges dismissed by a court!
do what huh whut

Glasgow, KY

#43419 Jul 7, 2012
Spocko wrote:
<quoted text>
Huh?
If you can't keep up with the conversation then you need to move on to another thread that is more suited to your intelligence level. You seem like a good candidate for Oprah's "yes we can or I thought we could uh oh" website. They fart rainbows and repeat their rhetoric over and over and you will probably be able to understand and keep up a lot better with at least one of the "Big O" superstars.

If people really cared they would type slower and wait for you to catch up and understand and follow along with the conversation. Since no one jumped up and offered...scoot along Junior.

Huh? Whut? Uh? Der, do-ti-do! lol OMG LMMFAO GTFOHM! Poll the audience or phone a friend if you need help with any of that!
Hey

Ashland, KY

#43420 Jul 7, 2012
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't stop there frankie...it was Clinton that was impeached, remember? LMMFAO! What? What did I say? Oh that's right...shhhhhh! Another fun fact of which talking head democrats aren't supposed to speak about and if forced to speak about it...always, ALWAYS refer back to the Bush excuse or pull the race card to put the focus back on republicans. lol How's that working out for you and "The Obamination" lately, frankie?
You tell me how the Dems. can pull the race card on Repubs. when the Dems. defended slavery and started the KKK???

Republicans should be proud of their heritage of liberation of the slaves and civil rights voting record...
Hey

Ashland, KY

#43421 Jul 7, 2012
Obama ad calls Romney 'the problem' with job losses to China..

The 30-second spot — titled "The Problem" — claims Romney condoned the Chinese "taking our jobs and taking a lot of our future."

"He made a fortune letting it happen," the narrator says, focusing on Bain Capital outsourcing to China, a country Romney has vowed to challenge as president.

It's the latest in a steady drumbeat of negative attacks on Romney's record as a corporate buyout specialist, alleging he profited off of deliberately bankrupting companies and sending jobs overseas.

The Romney campaign called the latest ad a continuation of "desperate lies," citing reports by several independent fact-checkers that have discredited the suggestion that Romney himself had a direct role in relocating U.S. jobs overseas.

"We found no evidence to support the claim that Romney — while he was still running Bain Capital — shipped American jobs overseas," FactCheck.org concluded in a report last month.

Washington Post fact checker Glenn Kessler also concluded that while Bain-owned companies may have engaged in outsourcing, Romney's ties to the practice are tenuous.

The ad blitz comes in spite of Obama's comments to audiences on his bus tour last week decrying the negative tone of the campaign on TV.

"You guys are getting bombarded with all kinds of nonsense on TV. So I know that sometimes politics can be discouraging, and especially Washington politics can be discouraging, and it can seem small and it can seem petty," Obama said Friday.

Independent media monitors that track campaign advertising report that 76 percent of the TV ads Obama's campaign has aired over the past month have had a negative, "anti-Romney" message.

But we all know that Obama wouldn't lie(RIGHT???)
culture vulture

Russell Springs, KY

#43422 Jul 7, 2012
Hey wrote:
<quoted text>
That is very true,Obama just plays to the crowd..
He himself admitted to being Muslim, And he soon found out that most of his supporters are not(What DO We Do)????
OBAMA Says I got it I'm A Born Again Christian now...
Hell why not, They believe I Am A Natural Born Citizen...
I bet most of them don't even know what the Constitution is, Let alone how to decipher its meaning...
Back to your earlier post Jay...
I have also heard some of my black friends say how useless he is and that he has done less for them than anybody...
Actually it's pretty nice to be able to talk to them about him without the race card being thrown in self defense..
But they know me better than that(I Just Call It Like I See It)..
And I am sure I'll have plenty to kick Romney about also but hopefully he will put me back to work...
I distinctly remember Barack Obama's assertion that he is a Christian but can't find anything to back up his saying that he is Muslim. Is there a link that you know of that could clear this up for me?
Jay

Paris, TN

#43424 Jul 7, 2012
culture vulture wrote:
<quoted text>I distinctly remember Barack Obama's assertion that he is a Christian but can't find anything to back up his saying that he is Muslim. Is there a link that you know of that could clear this up for me?
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There are all kinds of videos on YouTube that have already been linked on here - interviews by media and speeches he personally gave that can be viewed. In one particular gathering where he is speaking about the wonderful Muslims he states, "I should know, I am one of them."
Jay

Paris, TN

#43425 Jul 7, 2012
Hey wrote:
<quoted text>
You tell me how the Dems. can pull the race card on Repubs. when the Dems. defended slavery and started the KKK???
Republicans should be proud of their heritage of liberation of the slaves and civil rights voting record...
*********

You know, you're right about that.

But....

Obama is getting desperate. He is losing the young black voters with his amnesty crap to the illegals. 800,000 illegal youth will be getting jobs and personal financing to go to college, along with scholarships, and not to mention the 30 million others who are parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and whatever related kin of these kids living in this country he can squeeze in that will eventually get amnesty under his "Executive" orders.

Young blacks who are American citizens are going back to the back of the Obama bus, ousted out by people who do not even belong in this country.

How black people can vote for this man who has lied to them and actually done nothing he promised is beyond me. Because if he gets in four more years, it sure won't be about them or any white American kids who are graduates and can't find a job.........it'll be those illegals which guarantee him the vote he's pandering to. MO.
Chief Sitinfullofit

Elkhorn City, KY

#43426 Jul 7, 2012
Obama pawns suck up the kool-aid The rest of us stand back watch at your demise .
Brad

Manchester, CT

#43427 Jul 7, 2012
Chief Sitinfullofit wrote:
Obama pawns suck up the kool-aid The rest of us stand back watch at your demise .
I don't know man,it looks like the koolaid drinkers are winning while the rest sit back and watch our nation crumble.
The sleeping giant better wake up soon.
Jay

Paris, TN

#43428 Jul 7, 2012
The liberal news media keep repeating that Obama has 95% of the black voters and a large majority of Latino. They think he's got it in the bag with this community. But...this is not what we are hearing from those Latino immigrants and a host of black people in hometown America. Legal Mexican's who came through the ranks the hard way are not supporting his amnesty issue just because he's helping people of their culture. They are angry that he's giving them a free ride when they didn't do the right thing as they themselves had done to become American citizens.

Black Americans are not as happy as they try to make you believe either. And this link proves it, if you care to click on it and see for yourself.

~~~~~~~
Black Pastors Group: Pride in Obama Has Turned to Shame

&#8232;“We were once proud of President Obama, but our pride has turned to shame,”(Rev. William) Owens said.

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/black-pastor...
Hey

Ashland, KY

#43430 Jul 7, 2012
This is from 2011(Interesting).....

Is Libya more important than Syria? If not, why is the west taking such a focused interest in this country? Libyan rebels closed in on Tripoli today and the media his already declaring victory for them. The rebels had a lot of help though, they were aided by NATO air strikes and a large arsenal of NATO weapons. The question western media should be asking is,
1) why didn't other countries like Syria and Bahrain, get this kind of support from NATO; is it the oil?

Another important question should be,
2)why does Obama allow innocent Black Africans to be lynched like its the 40's and 50's in the USA...

3) Why would a Black president provide aid to a group of people, who are killing Blacks...

4) why would western media make up stories; saying Gaddafi was hiring Blacks from Africa as mercenaries to fight against anti-Gaddafi forces...

5) Why after reporting these lies has the media not retracted these reports and reported on the true fate of Black Africans in Libya...

6) What are our options to obtain true media, when all the mainstream outlets are feeding the masses false reports...

7) Why is this conflict so similar to Iraq...

8) Should the next president bring both the Bush and Obama regimes up on war crimes...
Chief Sitinfullofit

Elkhorn City, KY

#43431 Jul 7, 2012
Hey wrote:
This is from 2011(Interesting).....
Is Libya more important than Syria? If not, why is the west taking such a focused interest in this country? Libyan rebels closed in on Tripoli today and the media his already declaring victory for them. The rebels had a lot of help though, they were aided by NATO air strikes and a large arsenal of NATO weapons. The question western media should be asking is,
1) why didn't other countries like Syria and Bahrain, get this kind of support from NATO; is it the oil?
Another important question should be,
2)why does Obama allow innocent Black Africans to be lynched like its the 40's and 50's in the USA...
3) Why would a Black president provide aid to a group of people, who are killing Blacks...
4) why would western media make up stories; saying Gaddafi was hiring Blacks from Africa as mercenaries to fight against anti-Gaddafi forces...
5) Why after reporting these lies has the media not retracted these reports and reported on the true fate of Black Africans in Libya...
6) What are our options to obtain true media, when all the mainstream outlets are feeding the masses false reports...
7) Why is this conflict so similar to Iraq...
8) Should the next president bring both the Bush and Obama regimes up on war crimes...
You smell something ?
Harvey Wallbanger

United States

#43432 Jul 7, 2012
Hey wrote:
<quoted text>
You tell me how the Dems. can pull the race card on Repubs. when the Dems. defended slavery and started the KKK???
Republicans should be proud of their heritage of liberation of the slaves and civil rights voting record...
Easy. The Republican Party of 1860 isn't the Republican Party of 2012. Neither is it the party of 1960. After passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act passed by a coalition of northern Democrats and Republicans, southern Democrats, particularly the hard core racist Dixiecrats began switching parties en masse. That's why you have idiotic statements from the likes of Haley "Boss Hogg" Barbour, former Chairman of the RNC, and Governor of Mississippi saying things like race relations weren't that bad in Miss. when he was growing up. That's why you have Georgia GOP Congressman Lynn Westmoreland refer to the Obamas as "uppity", which current GOP leader Rush Limbaugh echoed last year on his radio comedy show. That's why you have certifiable lunatics like Ron Paul referring to the Martin Luther King holiday as "Hate Whitey Day" in one of his newsletters from the 1990s.

No, the GOP of 2012 is quite different from the party of Lincoln. And he would be ashamed of it.
Chief Sitinfullofit

Elkhorn City, KY

#43433 Jul 7, 2012
Harvey Wallbanger wrote:
<quoted text>
Easy. The Republican Party of 1860 isn't the Republican Party of 2012. Neither is it the party of 1960. After passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act passed by a coalition of northern Democrats and Republicans, southern Democrats, particularly the hard core racist Dixiecrats began switching parties en masse. That's why you have idiotic statements from the likes of Haley "Boss Hogg" Barbour, former Chairman of the RNC, and Governor of Mississippi saying things like race relations weren't that bad in Miss. when he was growing up. That's why you have Georgia GOP Congressman Lynn Westmoreland refer to the Obamas as "uppity", which current GOP leader Rush Limbaugh echoed last year on his radio comedy show. That's why you have certifiable lunatics like Ron Paul referring to the Martin Luther King holiday as "Hate Whitey Day" in one of his newsletters from the 1990s.
No, the GOP of 2012 is quite different from the party of Lincoln. And he would be ashamed of it.
A piece of garbage you liberal lunatic pewing jerk .
Hey

Ashland, KY

#43434 Jul 7, 2012
That's why you have Georgia GOP Congressman Lynn Westmoreland refer to the Obamas as "uppity"...

How is this a racial slur????

To me it means arrogant and snobbish, Thinking you are somehow better than everyone else...

Pretty spot on if you ask me...
Hey

Ashland, KY

#43435 Jul 7, 2012
America Apologizes to Pakistan Over U.S. Soldiers Defending Themselves
By Rick Moran

In a phone call on Thursday to Pakistan's Foreign Minister, Hina Rabbani Khar, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton apologized for the accidental deaths of 24 Pakistani soldiers who were killed in a border incident 7 months ago. The apology cleared the way for the supply line from Karachi to Afghanistan to re-open, which was closed by Pakistan following the border clash.

While some details of the incident at the border may never be known, what was clear from the military's investigation into the incident was that Pakistan failed to inform the US of the position of the Pakistani soldiers, and that the border guards fired on US and Afghan soldiers. In essence, Secretary Clinton has apologized to the Pakistani government for our soldiers defending themselves from attack.

Chief Sitinfullofit

Elkhorn City, KY

#43436 Jul 7, 2012
Hey wrote:
America Apologizes to Pakistan Over U.S. Soldiers Defending Themselves
By Rick Moran
In a phone call on Thursday to Pakistan's Foreign Minister, Hina Rabbani Khar, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton apologized for the accidental deaths of 24 Pakistani soldiers who were killed in a border incident 7 months ago. The apology cleared the way for the supply line from Karachi to Afghanistan to re-open, which was closed by Pakistan following the border clash.
While some details of the incident at the border may never be known, what was clear from the military's investigation into the incident was that Pakistan failed to inform the US of the position of the Pakistani soldiers, and that the border guards fired on US and Afghan soldiers. In essence, Secretary Clinton has apologized to the Pakistani government for our soldiers defending themselves from attack.
Yelp ! I'll never get use to that arse kissing after taste seem we do alot has of late ?
Darryl Washington

Cincinnati, OH

#43437 Jul 7, 2012
Since the Republican Party has turned its back on so many minorities and women to appease the fundamentalistic right wing extremists, the Democratic Party has become the party of choice for its cast-offs — people of color, Latinos/Latinas, GLBT, religious minorities, women, etc. This self-defeating strategy will result in GOP defeats, even with its active ongoing efforts to pass legislation to prevent minorities from voting.

I understand that many people here would disapprove of my opinion or possibly have arguments to disagree. Please discuss without sinking to the level of issuing insults.
Hey

Ashland, KY

#43438 Jul 7, 2012
((That's why you have certifiable lunatics like Ron Paul referring to the Martin Luther King holiday as "Hate Whitey Day" in one of his newsletters from the 1990s.))

Just another Obama loving misconception...

Considering you are citing the article, I suggest you read it:
"The magazine article largely matched a similar report in The New Republic in 2008, and it was written by the same author, James Kirchick."

It is therefore incorrect to say "Ron Paul refered" since he did nothing of the sort. Perhaps he may have supported it, although I personally doubt that, but in no way did he write the offensive newsletter in question.

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