President Obama to Visit Pittsburgh on Friday

Jul 3, 2012 Full story: Patch.com 19

Moon and Robinson residents will have a chance to see President Obama speak in Pittsburgh on Friday, July 6. Obama will deliver remarks at a grassroots event with supporters at Carnegie Mellon University in Oakland as part of a two-day "Betting on America" bus tour through Northern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.

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“Obama is a Liar, Period!”

Since: Jan 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#1 Jul 4, 2012
There goes the neighborhood. Please remember to invoice Axlerod for the extra everything. This is a campaign event, nothing to do with governing.
Just Saying

Irwin, PA

#2 Jul 4, 2012
Actually, the Bush administration claimed that Dubya's "mission accomplished" carrier fly-on wasn't a campaign stunt... perhaps he should just fly over the vast areas of America that Dubya Bush's policies devastated, a la Dubya's Katrina "visit?"

“Obama is a Liar, Period!”

Since: Jan 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#3 Jul 4, 2012
Just Saying wrote:
Actually, the Bush administration claimed that Dubya's "mission accomplished" carrier fly-on wasn't a campaign stunt... perhaps he should just fly over the vast areas of America that Dubya Bush's policies devastated, a la Dubya's Katrina "visit?"
Bush? WTF? He's hasn't been president for nigh on to three years now. Some folks just have to read the papers or watch some nows on the telly. The current president is a Muslim schooled negro of Kenyan descent, by the name of Obama. While he has no idea what a "tax" is he sure knows how to get legislation passed that taxes the folks. He's gonna' ask to be re-elected because he's the first black president. Sure can't say anything else. The economy's still screwed up, his apologies haven't worked, his Nobel peace prize is really tarnished. He has, however, called for executive privilege rather that tell the Terry family how their relative was killed. He also traded support from Rooney for an ambassador's job and a Steeler jersey.
Calling out da Old Fool

Irwin, PA

#5 Jul 4, 2012
Old Cynic wrote:
<quoted text>
Bush? WTF? He's hasn't been president for nigh on to three years now. Some folks just have to read the papers or watch some nows on the telly. The current president is a Muslim schooled negro of Kenyan descent, by the name of Obama. While he has no idea what a "tax" is he sure knows how to get legislation passed that taxes the folks. He's gonna' ask to be re-elected because he's the first black president. Sure can't say anything else. The economy's still screwed up, his apologies haven't worked, his Nobel peace prize is really tarnished. He has, however, called for executive privilege rather that tell the Terry family how their relative was killed. He also traded support from Rooney for an ambassador's job and a Steeler jersey.
Good gawd, but ya' gotta just lov'em right wing-nut conservatives who would compare Obama to Carter, but consider that the man who lead the world to global economic ruin is irrelevant less than three years after his departure, though leading Nobel laureate economists have said the recovery will take the better part of a decade. Probably just a little well earned guilt on the GOP's part! And Obama was schooled briefly at a madras, and he is partially of Kenyan descent, but he's black, ya' bigoted old fool!

On his worst day, Obama is a better man than Dubya Dumazz ever was on his best day!
Jimmy Z

United States

#9 Jul 5, 2012
Obama is a butoh dancer.

“Obama is a Liar, Period!”

Since: Jan 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#10 Jul 5, 2012
They Voted You In Because You're Black.
We're Voting You Out Because You're Useless.
Old Cynic sux

Irwin, PA

#12 Jul 5, 2012
Old Cynic wrote:
They Voted You In Because You're Black.
We're Voting You Out Because You're Useless.
"They" were the majority, your "we" were the minority... and nothing's changed!
Mike Anthony sux

Irwin, PA

#14 Jul 5, 2012
Yep, yet another ignorant bigot... and foundation of the GOP!
Hillary

Pittsburgh, PA

#15 Jul 6, 2012
Calling out da Old Fool wrote:
<quoted text>
Good gawd, but ya' gotta just lov'em right wing-nut conservatives who would compare Obama to Carter, but consider that the man who lead the world to global economic ruin is irrelevant less than three years after his departure, though leading Nobel laureate economists have said the recovery will take the better part of a decade. Probably just a little well earned guilt on the GOP's part! And Obama was schooled briefly at a madras, and he is partially of Kenyan descent, but he's black, ya' bigoted old fool!
On his worst day, Obama is a better man than Dubya Dumazz ever was on his best day!
Hillary would have been a better president than this guy. This is not your father's democrat- too liberal. Hillary is more center of the road!
Butch

Latrobe, PA

#19 Jul 6, 2012
Old Cynic wrote:
They Voted You In Because You're Black.
We're Voting You Out Because You're Useless.
What do you feel about the Republican leadership of our state giving BILLIONAIRES (Shell) a 1.7 Billion dollar tax break. Is there really a budegt crisi in PA? Are the LIBS the only people who GIVE AWAY tax money??

I'm an independent party member who gets a chuckle out of the "OUR WAY IS ALL GREAT-THERE WAY IS ALL BAD" partisanship fraudelent way of thinking

“Obama is a Liar, Period!”

Since: Jan 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#20 Jul 6, 2012
I think we should just allow Shell to go where they will be welcome. Industry hasn't been welcome in Pennsylvania since the 1950's. There is no way that an industrial operation of the scope that they are talking about could ever enjoy labor peace or expect to be left alone by the green movement. If Shell has any sense they will locate in a right to work state (Ohio) . Pennsylvania seems to only work for non-orofits, government, education and charitable concerns ans law firms. . Everyone else gets chased away.
Just Saying

Irwin, PA

#21 Jul 7, 2012
Butch wrote:
<quoted text>
What do you feel about the Republican leadership of our state giving BILLIONAIRES (Shell) a 1.7 Billion dollar tax break. Is there really a budegt crisi in PA? Are the LIBS the only people who GIVE AWAY tax money??
I'm an independent party member who gets a chuckle out of the "OUR WAY IS ALL GREAT-THERE WAY IS ALL BAD" partisanship fraudelent way of thinking
As an independent, all you can do is choose between "fraudulent" party options. But the problem with fostering a third party option, is that you generally create an entity that serves only as a "spoiler", and assures the party MOST opposite your goals is actually elected!

Welcome to American politics!
Just Saying

Irwin, PA

#22 Jul 7, 2012
Old Cynic wrote:
I think we should just allow Shell to go where they will be welcome. Industry hasn't been welcome in Pennsylvania since the 1950's. There is no way that an industrial operation of the scope that they are talking about could ever enjoy labor peace or expect to be left alone by the green movement. If Shell has any sense they will locate in a right to work state (Ohio). Pennsylvania seems to only work for non-orofits, government, education and charitable concerns ans law firms.. Everyone else gets chased away.
More conservative, "corporations are people!" bullish*t!

“Obama is a Liar, Period!”

Since: Jan 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#23 Jul 7, 2012
Just Saying wrote:
<quoted text>
More conservative, "corporations are people!" bullish*t!
What? The "Progressive" Marxist side just came popping out of nowhere. What does the "corporations are people" have to do with the thread? Shell should simply say, "thanks, but , no thanks". Long term, a right to work state, with referendum style politics, and a friendly DEP, would be a better fit for our stockholders (who really are people).
anyway

Latrobe, PA

#25 Jul 7, 2012
Old Cynic wrote:
I think we should just allow Shell to go where they will be welcome. Industry hasn't been welcome in Pennsylvania since the 1950's. There is no way that an industrial operation of the scope that they are talking about could ever enjoy labor peace or expect to be left alone by the green movement. If Shell has any sense they will locate in a right to work state (Ohio). Pennsylvania seems to only work for non-orofits, government, education and charitable concerns ans law firms.. Everyone else gets chased away.
So what do you think about the republican-led PA legislature offering a 1.7 Billion dollar TAX BREAK to a multi-Billion dollar corporation? Is that acceptable to you?

“Obama is a Liar, Period!”

Since: Jan 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#26 Jul 7, 2012
anyway wrote:
<quoted text>
So what do you think about the republican-led PA legislature offering a 1.7 Billion dollar TAX BREAK to a multi-Billion dollar corporation? Is that acceptable to you?
Hell NO - even though it's not money that they are actually giving away. It's the potential tax that might be collected IF Shell builds the plant and is able to stay in PA. We don't have the money now, so it's not like it's coming out of the Section 8 and Welfare, food stamp budget. All they are saying is, if you come here and hire all these people, we wont tax you. That's all. If they don't come, nothing will happen except PA will not get the jobs and all the personal tax and growth that comes with the project. I say tax them the same as we taxed the steel industry. Make sure that they unionize and have permanent OSHA offices at every plant gate. And be sure to put the same environmental regulations on them that we put on DDT, smoke, power plants, automobiles, coal mines, our rivers and of course our sewage plants. Yep, keep 'em clean and toeing the line.
Just Saying

Irwin, PA

#27 Jul 7, 2012
Old Cynic wrote:
<quoted text>
What? The "Progressive" Marxist side just came popping out of nowhere. What does the "corporations are people" have to do with the thread? Shell should simply say, "thanks, but , no thanks". Long term, a right to work state, with referendum style politics, and a friendly DEP, would be a better fit for our stockholders (who really are people).
"Progressive Marxism?" You literally pull this crap right outta your azz, eh, old fool? Talk about irrelevancy!
Ben

Pittsburgh, PA

#28 Aug 7, 2012
They should lower the corp income tax and eliminate the capital franchise in PA to help all business entities not just VW, Sony, Comcast and Shell.
Blairsville Bum

Latrobe, PA

#29 Aug 9, 2012
bush visited his ranch in texas 70 time while president...costing tax payers 4 million per trip... $280 million.

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