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Day 4 of KSR at the DNC (Thursday Show Thread)


Good morning, friends, and welcome to the Thursday edition of Kentucky Sports Radio, which is coming to you live from the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Last night was a big night at the DNC, so tune in to hear the guys break it down as only they can.

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70 Comments for Day 4 of KSR at the DNC (Thursday Show Thread)

  1. UK_JB
    9:46 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    Can’t we just bash Mr. Ramsey all day? That guy is a joke.

  2. Laker Cat 18
    9:52 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    Let’s get political in here…Does Obama really think America is better off now than it was prior to 2008? We can disagree with Hillary and Donald all we want, but that comment was an absolute joke.

    • DonWall
      10:11 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Is this a joke? In the 2008 recession (I could end this argument right here), 7 million people lost their homes, 9 million lost their jobs. It was one of the worst economic melt downs in history. We were spending more than we are now on perpetual warfare, less people had health care, no one could get a job out of college. American household wealth lost 7.7 trillion dollars; that is people losing retirement, homes, etc. I just don’t understand how anyone can believe that we are worse off than we were in the Bush years. Is Fox News currently trying to spin the Great Recession as “eh, it wasn’t so bad.”?

    • Realme
      10:11 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      See what you started, LC? ๐Ÿ™‚ I agree with you. No party indoctrination to spout, just observations from where I sit. Political divisiveness, through the roof. Racial unity, way worse. Economy? Either side can point to stats that “prove” their side, but I don’t know anyone in my life that is better off. Healthcare? Terrorism? Foreign relations? Yikes.

    • Laker Cat 18
      11:01 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      DW – People lost their homes because they bought houses that they couldn’t pay for. Their eyes were writing checks their pocketbooks couldn’t cash. When the divorce rate increased, their wallets couldn’t handle it. Two reasons for divorce…finances & infidelity. Bill Clinton, well you know the point I’m trying to make. You probably believed the speech he made two days ago was sincere too didn’t you? He probably had a piece of one of his advisers last night. With that said, he was actually a good president I thought, just made some stupid personal mistakes.

      You want to talk about losing jobs? My father used to work at Fruit of the Loom in Jamestown, KY…last year it was shut down and transferred to Honduras. 600 people lost their jobs, 5 people got transferred to the sister company in Bowling Green. You can’t seclude the job issue to the Bush administration. Not only does it hit, it hits close to home.

      What about homeland security? I did some research a few months back prior to some of the latest mass shootings. At that time, Obama had 34 mass shootings in his 2 terms, of course that has risen now. Bush had around 18 I believe, and Clinton around 14. Do you know why? No, not guns. Mental illness and open borders.

    • Laker Cat 18
      11:07 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Realme – That was my intent. LOL. KSR crew is making it political, we should be able to as well.

      DW – Let me add to my previous post. In 2008, it was very difficult to find jobs. Now, you see “We’re Hiring” signs everywhere. 90% of the businesses I see have hiring signs out. You know what else I see? Folks who need financial help standing at all major intersections holding signs asking for donations. When you try to take them food, they decline the offer. When you offer them a job, they decline the offer. They will not accept anything other than a financial contribution. Do you know why they won’t work? One, they won’t be able to cut their government issues check (that me and you are paying for I might add) if they have a job. Two, they are a convicted felon. And three, they can’t pass a drug test.

    • Billy Hill
      11:12 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Just a heads up, Laker: the points you are trying to make, aren’t very good ones. Try harder.

    • Laker Cat 18
      11:16 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      BH – Feel free to contribute more than a sentence to the conversation and I may take you seriously.

    • Billy Hill
      11:23 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      I would, but its really hard to win an argument against a fence post.

    • Laker Cat 18
      11:31 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      I wouldn’t have much confidence in your argument either.

    • Billy, you are at the same level as “I know you are but what am I?”

    • J-Dub421
      11:57 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Reagan is directly responsible for the mental illness crisis currently going on in this country. He defunded and closed mental institutions and made mental illness a taboo subject.

    • DonWall
      1:10 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink


      If you think that the crash was solely caused by people buying homes they couldn’t afford; you are exactly what BH said, a fence post.

      A company leaving so it can make higher profits is not exclusive to the Obama administration. That is in the nature of large companies and they have been doing it for a long time.

      Failure to acknowledge the extra 25 million people in the US is a failure on your part when considering shootings. You also fail to acknowledge that murder rate is down by over 1% from the Bush Administration to now. There are some more mass shootings, but less murders overall.

      Unemployment is down under 5%. Bush left us with 10%.

      Healthcare debt is crippling to the economy. Over 20 million more people have healthcare now. Republicans have become extremely short-sited on this front because Fox News tells them to hate Obamacare. However, if people did not have this crippling debt, the money goes into the economy. So although the average person who can afford it pays slightly more, it helps the country as a whole. If you claim you want what’s best for America, how do you wish poverty due to healthcare on so many Americans?

    • Laker Cat 18
      3:13 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      DW – I never said home purchases was the sole cause. It was a large contributing factor. I would like to hear your reasoning opposing that.

      Extra 25 million people in the US is not a failure on my part when considering anything. It actually supports my argument. Where do you think the majority of those people came from? Across the very open American border. It’s time to lock that down a little for security purposes. You’re comparing mass shootings to the murder rate. So basically what you’re insinuating is that you would support a real life “Purge” movie as long as it lowered the overall crime/murder rate like the movie suggests? Murder rates may be down, but radicalized terrorists have significantly increased on American soil. That’s a problem for me and should be a problem for you. Cleaning our own streets should be the #1 priority, cleaning up everyone else’s mess should be #2 if even that. That’s where Bush was at fault. Obama has done us zero favors on protecting our own soil. He has made American way much more accessible.

      As far as healthcare, I’m not upset with more people having health coverage. That is a very good thing. I’m upset with the ones the system allows to slip through the cracks. The illegal immigrants, folks who refuse to work all have access to healthcare. It’s free for them because me and you are paying for it. It’s not about helping Americans like you say, it’s about footing the bill for folks who are illegal and/or purposely not helping themselves.

    • DonWall
      3:31 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      The whole 25 million extra people thing went right over your head. This point had nothing to do with immigration and everything to do with additional crime. Even worse, it is ignorant to just assume that all 25 million are illegal immigrants. Are you kidding me? Populations grow exponentially because normal citizens have multiple children. That is not rocket science, growth has actually slowed since Obama took office. See r=ln(A/P)/t
      r = growth rate
      t=time in years
      P=starting number
      A=final number

      2016 = 322 million
      2008 = 304 million
      2000=282 million

      Obama’s growth rate=0.72%/yr
      Bush’s growth rate=0.94%/yr

      By your assumption that population growth is proportional to the number of illegal immigrants, Bush’s administration actually let a lot more people over the borders illegally.

    • DonWall
      3:47 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Also, I’m pretty sure most, if not all mass shootings during Obama’s presidency have been US citizens. Mostly white males. I don’t have the numbers on this, but it is just one more thing that goes against your ignorant belief that our mass shootings are going up because we let in more immigrants. Keep drinking the Kool-aid and ignoring the facts. Numbers don’t lie, and your feelings aren’t facts.

    • Laker Cat 18
      4:37 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      You insinuated in your previous post that the extra 25 million people in the US was a direct correlation to the increase of shootings. Then you say that the growth rate has actually slowed during the Obama administration took office. Well which is it? I will tell you. The growth rate has slowed down since 2008. The first point you tried to make about the increased US population causing shooting numbers to fluctuate couldn’t be more inaccurate.

      To be more accurate on “facts,” 6 of the 10 deadliest US mass shootings happened under the Obama administration’s watch. Three were radical Islamists, one “legal” immigrant, & two psychos (the only white males). The other 4 were spread out over 3 other presidents with a combined 5 terms. I would challenge you to find a quantity of mass shooters prior to Obama that were involved in radical Islam terrorism. It is a huge problem on our own soil that Obama is doing essentially nothing to try to fix.

      The main focus on this argument should be…what needs to be done to fix it? Urging people to protect themselves, stand behind our police force no matter what race is involved so those guys do not have to fear waking up to go to work in the mornings, and putting very tight restrictions on the borders would be three that I would specify right off the bat.

    • Laker Cat 18
      4:53 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      “Also, Iโ€™m pretty sure most, if not all mass shootings during Obamaโ€™s presidency have been US citizens.” — DW

      In response to this comment specifically, it is WAY too easy to become a US citizen as an immigrant. There should be many more strict hoops to jump through to achieve this status. It is not something that should simply be handed out with a signature.

      Here are a couple of examples that you may agree with…

      1. Illegal immigrants can simply come across the border to have children to automatically label them Americans.

      2. A legal immigrant father can come over here, gain citizenship and add his “illegal” family to his insurance with no questions asked. As long as the name on the account is legal, everyone else on the account is eligible.

      Like previously mentioned, I’m all for people having access to healthcare (even illegals). But you must do it the right way. Obama’s way is not the right way. We have to have a better option for those folks. We have to slap the wrists of those who enter illegally or it will get worse and it will bring more violence, drugs, & corruption. 90% of the immigrants are fine, but that 10% will slaughter our country. We must find a way to weed out that 10%.

  3. DelrayCat
    9:56 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    It’s an absolute joke that you are too ignorant to believe it. By every single standard, we ARE in fact better off. W damn near broke this country. Obama brought us back. Still work to do? Of course, and we have the right woman for the job!

  4. DelrayCat
    10:02 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    President Obama exudes class and substance. He has been an outstanding president. Imagine if he actually had a Congress willing to work in a bi-partisan way to actually get things done for America. But the Republicans plotted against the best interests of this country from day one putting petty party politics over the American people. Despite this, he is still the most successful president in the last 50 or so years. Far far better from an actual track record than Reagan. History will be kind to Mr. Smooth, aka President Obama. Regardless of the smear tactics from the right. Republicans are losing a generation of young voters with their hate and intolerance.

    • inside info2
      10:07 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      History will NOT be kind to President Obama. He will go down as one of the worst presidents, and is on par with President Carter as being an ineffectual leader. He had a great chance to heal the country and rebuild America after the collapse of 08/09 and he missed every opportunity to do so. Our foreign policy is in shambles and will take years to get back to where it needs to be.

      Is Trump the answer to all of this? Maybe not. But HRC is definitely not. Where is Ross Perot when you need him?

    • DelrayCat
      10:13 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      You are certainly entitled to your opinion, albeit not based in reality. What makes him “the worst”? Foreign policy in shambles?? In what way? Rebuild America? I think that happened fairly well, at least for people with drive and education. Lets face it, the world has changed regardless of who is president. It is a global society and those without the education to compete in this world are going to be left behind. Everyone I know with good education and motivation have done very well in the last 8 years since the Great Recession that happened to coincide with the HUUUGE Bush tax cuts and two misguided wars put on the American credit card.

    • ClutchCargo
      10:17 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      DelrayCat – save some of that kool-aid for everybody else, buddy!

    • Realme
      10:18 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      DC, you are entitled to your opinion also, but maybe you should take a few deep breaths, for your health.

    • DelrayCat
      10:28 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Hey, I am proud of my country and our President. We lead the world in every way. The American economic system is still the gold standard and we are still the leader of the free world. The world respects this president tremendously. The right has engaged in a smear campaign since before he was even elected that has been based entirely on falsehoods. He came into office with real hope to work across the aisle to fix our problems. But Mitch and other plotted to sabotage him from day one.
      You may disagree with democratic values, but President Obama is a great husband, father, and an all-around good man. So the baseless attacks on his character, religion, upbringing, core beliefs, are either totally biased political attacks of jealousy….or racism, plain and simple. And from my position, the racial tensions in this country are only inflamed by the media and political operatives bent on sowing discord for political gain…on both sides. America is NOT NEARLY as divided as the media paints….neither is terrorism. You have more liklihood of being hit by falling space debris than a true terrorist attack (and not referring to some random wacko with heavy weapons bent on suicide by police to take out as many as he can).

    • Realme
      10:34 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Yep, he’s a good guy. I haven’t seen anyone (on this particular thread) say anything about President Obama’s character, religion, upbringing, core beliefs. None of what you say makes him immune from fair criticism of his legacy.

    • inside info2
      10:36 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      i have heard that Robic only signs one year contracts instead of the standard two years. Each year he says is his last. I was told that he and Cal donโ€™t really get along, they only have a professional relationship, but they both know what they have is a good thing.

    • RealCatsFan
      10:45 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Inside Info – I was really hoping Ross would get elected back in the day. That was probably the last time the political machine allowed a third party candidate to really have a voice. Yes, Nader made a run a few years ago, but since then, they don’t even let anyone outside the two main parties have any say in any debates or get any press. I realize you can’t just open it up to every loon who says he is running for president, but jeez, this country needs a breath of fresh air and a reasonable perspective, and it sure isn’t coming from the left or the right.

    • Wow DelRay. “The world respects this president tremendously.” “Baseless attacks on his character…”

      Let’s see:
      1) Terrorism running rampant, and he doubles down on continuing to bring in UNVETTED Syrians, 99% who are Muslim, when some of his own officials admit that terrorists are infiltrating us through this program. Our enemies are laughing themselves silly whenever he capitulates to them. Case in point, the Iran nuclear deal.
      2) Ramming unconstitutional executive orders down our throats (or having federal agencies like the EPA or EEOC enact laws by fiat).
      3) Benghazi.
      4) Fast & Furious.
      5) IRS scandal.

      I’ll stop there. Look, if you’re a liberal and you agree with his philosophy, that’s one thing, but to act like this is a man of character. Come on.

    • UK Big Board Update
      10:54 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Let’s name all the good stuff Bush did:

      He threw a strike at Yankee Stadium after 9/11



    • Realme
      11:02 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Bush? well… thinking… He had a lot of funny quotes. And I liked his wife. He can pull off a cowboy look. That’s all I’ve got.
      In all seriousness, we haven’t had great leadership in a while.

    • Billy Hill
      11:09 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      I love that a commenter on KSR “chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door” seems to have more information and a better understanding of how to handle delicate world situations (like Iran), than the president of the most powerful country in the world, who is informed by the greatest economic, military and diplomatic minds this country has to offer…..

      You tell ’em, tough guy!

    • Bobbum Man
      11:15 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      I hope ur kidding… The best president in the last 50 years? I agree that he’ll go down as one of the worst. He’s a coward who’s pissed off our closest ally’s, tried to make friends with our enemies, has torn this country apart with his fueling of the racial tension and his cop hating. He got into politics to help African Americans, his own words… Yet has set everyone back 50 years in race relations. He spends more time worrying about where people are going potty and changing laws to pander to .000000003% of the population. He’s a bad president and Hillary will just be an extension of him, more than likely even worse

    • Billy Hill
      11:17 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      ^ but doesn’t think Trump has….. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    • runningunnin.454
      11:23 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      No one had more admiration and hope for President Obama when he was first elected; and, he has many qualities to be respected. On the lighter side, I like his interest and promotion of college basketball, his tendency to “bum” cigarettes and never buy, and his sense of humor. More seriously, I like his character, the fact that he’s a good family man, and I admire his aplomb in the face of dire situations; however, he didn’t get it done.
      History will regard him as the 3rd least effective President behind only James Buchanan and Jimmy Carter. The economy is still weak after 8 years, the world is adrift in violence, and there is chaos and anarchy in our streets. Groups are allowed to amass and publicly call for the murder of police officers without reprisal or even condemnation. Let’s bring sports into it…the chaos was so bad in one city, Baltimore, that a MLB game was played in an EMPTY stadium because the streets were not safe.

    • Billy Hill
      11:29 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      The economy is weak after 8 years? Where are you getting your info? The DOW just hit an ALL-TIME HIGH a week ago.

      Do you hate the Westboro people as much as the radical .0001% of the BLM movement?

    • Billy Hill
      11:32 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      โ€œThere’s an old saying in Tennessee โ€“ I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee โ€“ that says, fool me once, shame on โ€“ shame on you. Fool me โ€“ you can’t get fooled again.โ€

      You think Obama was worse than THIS GUY? Smdh

    • Laker Cat 18
      11:46 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Clinton and Reagan were my two favorites over the last few presidents. When the dust settles, the ONLY difference between Bush and Obama were the people they both surrounded themselves with. Obama did himself no favors planting Hillary Clinton and John Kerry by his side.

    • Billy Hill
      11:48 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Yep. Do you know how to read a graph?

    • Billy, on comment #xii, so I’m not allowed to have an opinion on the president’s performance unless I have the ability to get elected to the office? Makes a lot of sense. Well then, I guess none of us get to vote either.

      BTW, I was partly commenting on his character, not just the deal itself. He has completely lied to us about what was in that Iran deal.

    • Billy Hill
      11:58 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      You absolutely are allowed to have an opinion – that doesn’t mean it’s right, however.

    • Laker Cat 18
      12:04 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Based on economic development, the graph shows exactly what I have previously said about Clinton and Reagan leading the pack in the last 4 presidents. Nowhere did I say Bush and Obama were good presidents. You’re assuming that because of my views, I still support what Bush did in office. That is an incorrect assumption. Let’s be very clear. Hillary and Trump are both terrible options. I will probably not vote for either. With that said, I do believe Trump will be smart with the people he surrounds himself with if elected into office. I do like Pence. I am not a big fan of Kaine. He fits the bill as a very big follower. I believe he spews a lot of smoke, no fire, just smoke.

    • Thanks for your permission Billy. I’m sure you gave the same deference to W since he had access to expert economic, military and diplomatic minds that you did not.

    • leon singleton
      12:09 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      I like pence because of his anti-gay stance in Indiana

  5. RealCatsFan
    10:27 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    So, since the UNC scandal was swept under the rug, I just don’t understand why it matters at South Florida.

    • Realme
      10:30 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Yep. It’s nonsense.

  6. Realme
    10:36 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    Please someone make Ryan stop saying “my man”.

  7. RealCatsFan
    10:37 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    I’m registered as an Independent, and voted that way in the past two elections, but with the way the two-party system is operating right now, I don’t think it really matters who gets elected – democrat or republican – the deck is stacked against them getting anything meaningful done. I think Obama had good intentions with some of the things he did or tried to do – at the time, health care reform was one of the big issues for the American Public. The idea of having some kind of health care available to people who can’t afford it or have pre-existing conditions is needed. I think the execution of the plan left a lot to be desired, but to simply dismantle it and leave all these people hanging is not a good thing either. Let’s face it – the insurance companies are holding all the cards. They are going to get their way regardless – they have way too much power and influence over our government through back-door fund raising and legal bribery. And that, folks is the root of all that is wrong with our political system. All politicians are bought and sold – our own Senator McConnell was a key part of voting down a bipartisan campaign finance reform initiative 20 years ago because it was “a violation of free speech”. Seriously? And if you think Trump won’t listen to someone pushing money at him because he is already rich – I have a brand new bridge in downtown Louisville I would like to sell to you. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Bobbum Man
      11:19 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      I completely agree with ur previous point about the third party candidates…. It’s so sad that these two morons are what we have to pick from, there is no doubt better choices out there but as you said they will never be heard… Our two party government is becoming outdated and is just going to get worse… We need the person who will be the best president, regardless of party/money/air time/ anything else

    • J-Dub421
      11:24 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      politicians should wear patches of some kind so that we the public can know for certain exactly who bought them.

  8. cats paw
    10:48 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    so last year Matt GUARANTEED that UK would own Tennessee an Louisville from this point forward. no he predicts that Tennessee will blow UK out. lmao

    • Hello there Card Claw!!! Haven’t seen you much around these parts lately!

    • UK Big Board Update
      10:56 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Must have been in jail on meth charges.

    • Realme
      11:04 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Give us more, CP. I’m tired of talking politics. You’re right. We can only hope Matt continues to predict football wrong so we can be better this year.

    • RealCatsFan
      11:37 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      cats paw, were you the guy who backed the Corvette through the front door of the gun shop in Louisville yesterday? I was wondering why you picked a sports car made of fiberglass as a battering ram. Looks like you made a wiser choice last night when you picked a 3/4 ton crew cab pickup to smash in the gun shop in Jeffersontown. I love seeing that ability to adapt!

    • UK Big Board Update
      11:52 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      The only Corvette cats paw would be driving is a stolen one.

    • Booby Petrino
      12:04 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      cp was so excited to get his point out that he couldn’t even put the sentence together decently. Slow down, dude, take your time. Your point is more effective if it at least makes sense when you read it. I mean it’s still ineffective and going to be made fun of, but at least we don’t have to laugh at things like “no he predicts that Tennessee will blow UK out”

  9. RealCatsFan
    11:34 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    Wow, I must be on a roll today – all my comments have gone bold-face. ๐Ÿ˜€ Time to buy a lottery ticket!

  10. cats paw
    11:42 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    less than three months ago Matt said the listeners were idiots if they felt Trump had any chance of ever being president. i love to listen in on the show about once a month just to see how much this clown and his cheerleaders act like they are so intelligent.

    • Billy Hill
      11:51 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      He’s not the president. I’m failing to see what kind of stupid ass point you’re trying to make….?

    • UK Big Board Update
      11:52 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      OF COURSE cats paw is a Trump fan!!! LMFAO

    • Matt Jones
      11:54 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Our website analytics tools and IP tracker show you visit here QUITE often. Thanks for the support!

    • Be fair Card Claw: a LOT of people (including me) thought Trump would finally stub his toe enough that he wouldn’t be the nominee. Cruz was my guy, but unfortunately not enough folks saw it like I did.

      Anyway, I love how Matt seems to reply about once every 2 weeks to a UL troll. Only thing is, Matt, you forgot to say your usual “Thank$ for the click$!”

    • leon singleton
      12:10 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Trump being nomimated shows how many intelegent people their are in this country

    • runningunnin.454
      12:13 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Leaving national politics for a moment…..can you believe….Petino,
      petrino, and now Pinto?
      You really can’t make this stuff up!

    • J-Dub421
      12:25 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Leon Singleton just proved how stupid Trump supporters are. He literally can’t even spell intelligent.

    • Booby Petrino
      2:32 pm July 28, 2016 Permalink

      Ju Dub I think Leon is spelling and commenting like that on purpose. He said above that he liked Pence bc of his anti gay stance, then here he can’t spell intelligent correctly and used the wrong form of “there”. I think he’s trolling Trump supporters. I’m not taking up for Trump supporters, just saying I think you’re calling him out on something he’s purposely doing. Or maybe he really is a stupid, gay hating idiot, Idk.

  11. Realme
    11:57 am July 28, 2016 Permalink

    Aww, I hate to hear the Oscar news.