McCain Confident About Winning Keysto...

McCain Confident About Winning Keystone State

There are 120 comments on the NBC 10 Philadelphia story from Oct 15, 2008, titled McCain Confident About Winning Keystone State. In it, NBC 10 Philadelphia reports that:

Republican presidential candidate John McCain returned to the key battleground state of Pennsylvania Tuesday.

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Since: Mar 08

Brookhaven PA

#121 Oct 21, 2008
Earth- Wind and Fire wrote:
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you're no dem. you're a republican kissbutt
and now we hear from the easter-bunny-beleivers
stater75

Norristown, PA

#122 Oct 21, 2008
republican_bob wrote:
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pass or not, i pay cash for care.
that is the reason i am glad we dont have socialism. i can pay for a better doctor than the 15-malpractice-suits quack.
You are truly a privileged person. You must think I'm a pretty lazy and selfish person because I don't want to pay $175 for each one of my children's vaccinations.

Since: Mar 08

Brookhaven PA

#123 Oct 21, 2008
stater75 wrote:
<quoted text> You are truly a privileged person. You must think I'm a pretty lazy and selfish person because I don't want to pay $175 for each one of my children's vaccinations.
I have never contested CHIP. Every kid should have health insurance. But adults should have the choice if they want to pay for it or not. My current employer offered a nice package. I opted out in favor of a higher project rate. I appreciate the option to do so. My mother is in a more working-class capacity and is a member of a union. They provide her with health benefits. I have no problem with that. I do have a problem with socialism deciding for me.
Unbelievable
#124 Oct 21, 2008
stater75 wrote:
<quoted text> You are truly a privileged person. You must think I'm a pretty lazy and selfish person because I don't want to pay $175 for each one of my children's vaccinations.
he's full of it, nobody in their right mind pays cash for medical care, and on top of it claims to be able to afford better care because of it.
stater75

Norristown, PA

#125 Oct 21, 2008
republican_bob wrote:
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I have never contested CHIP. Every kid should have health insurance. But adults should have the choice if they want to pay for it or not. My current employer offered a nice package. I opted out in favor of a higher project rate. I appreciate the option to do so. My mother is in a more working-class capacity and is a member of a union. They provide her with health benefits. I have no problem with that. I do have a problem with socialism deciding for me.
I do not have CHIP Bob. I appreciate your option to do so as well. I do feel you are completely out of touch when it comes to the cost to keep a family.
Someone

United States

#126 Oct 22, 2008
stater75 wrote:
<quoted text>I do not have CHIP Bob. I appreciate your option to do so as well. I do feel you are completely out of touch when it comes to the cost to keep a family.
Bob is ABSOLUTELY out of touch with anything that does not directly effect Bob. HOWEVER, he will certainly tell you you are wrong about everything and anything else.This subject of his healthcare is no different. Once again, it is "the world according to Bob" and it is getting really old.
down and out

Grayson, KY

#127 Oct 22, 2008
You have recently heard about Bidden saying we will be attacked in the first six monthes of an Obama presidency because of his inexperience.
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
This is another opinion of Obama.People you had better think about what you are doing by voting for Obama.
People

Los Angeles, CA

#130 Oct 23, 2008
He's not going to win Pa. Is he really that stupid.
People

Los Angeles, CA

#131 Oct 23, 2008
down and out wrote:
You have recently heard about Bidden saying we will be attacked in the first six monthes of an Obama presidency because of his inexperience.
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
This is another opinion of Obama.People you had better think about what you are doing by voting for Obama.
What Biden is saying, no matter who win's, it's something that could happen. GO OBAMA. Just what we need in the white house a man with short arm's that can't even hold up a phone to his ear's. As a matter of fact Joe Liberman said the same thing that Biden said. Please
Unbelievable
#132 Oct 23, 2008
People wrote:
<quoted text> What Biden is saying, no matter who win's, it's something that could happen. GO OBAMA. Just what we need in the white house a man with short arm's that can't even hold up a phone to his ear's. As a matter of fact Joe Liberman said the same thing that Biden said. Please
He didn't say could, he said would.

Another clueless idiot talks about McCain's arms. They were broken when he was POW and he didn't receive proper treatment. You are effing clueless.
Brian

Willow Grove, PA

#133 Oct 23, 2008
down and out wrote:
You have recently heard about Bidden saying we will be attacked in the first six monthes of an Obama presidency because of his inexperience.
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
This is another opinion of Obama.People you had better think about what you are doing by voting for Obama.
Yes Obamma will most likely be tested. The enemy doesn't know what he will do in such a situation so they will try to find out.

McCain will not be tested because they know he will follow the failed policies of the Bush administration and continue to help them bleed America to death financially, which is their stated goal. No test is required to determine what he will do. He has already stated his intentions. They are rooting for McCain to win so they can keep up their effort and win this war.

It is amusing that we actually taught them to do this to the Russians and it worked so well that now they are doing it to us. They even clearly state that this is their objective. In spite of this knowledge our current administration still continues to fall for this method of attack hook line and sinker in spite of the fact that most if not all of them have knowledge of this line of thinking.
Susan

Philadelphia, PA

#134 Oct 23, 2008
republican_bob wrote:
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you use the term ivy league education to illustrate change needed from current situation.
bush attended and graduated from both Yale and Harvard.
Please Think before you SPEAK!
yes, he did...however his daddy got him in by paying off the school..

Since: Mar 08

Brookhaven PA

#135 Oct 23, 2008
Susan wrote:
<quoted text>yes, he did...however his daddy got him in by paying off the school..
I did not allude to the manner by which he was admitted. I simply pointed out that change "to" someone with an ivy league education would be a false statement. I appreciate your belabored attempt at spin though.

Since: Mar 08

Brookhaven PA

#136 Oct 23, 2008
Sometimes I envy the simple. They probably don't find simple people as tiring.
Crisis is Coming

Flint, MI

#137 Oct 23, 2008
Google Berg versus Obama and the DNC. Get the real story of Obama. Must read the ongoing federal complaint currently in the Federal court right here in Philadelphia. This will shake up the election if there is a ruling or if Obama and the DNC continues to evade the complaint. Read the complaint and draw your own conclusions.
pennstate

United States

#139 Oct 30, 2008
I am embarrased to say I am from Pa when I read this.. Get real you will be the first to cry when you loose money to pay for the lazy welfare while you go to work and half to share your wealth! And forget the pledge because you may have to say one nation under Allah. Also the murder that is allowed in partial birth abortion
Dude

Valley Forge, PA

#140 Oct 30, 2008
It's OK. We're embarassed you're from PA too. Your brain is loose (note the proper spelling and usage).
pennstate wrote:
I am embarrased to say I am from Pa when I read this.. Get real you will be the first to cry when you loose(sic - you pathetic clown) money to pay for the lazy welfare while you go to work and half(sic - have you pathetic @$$) to share your wealth! And forget the pledge because you may have to say one nation under Allah (Allah is God too they didn't specify whose). Also the murder that is allowed in partial birth abortion. Please note that I am a tool.

Since: Oct 08

Oxford, PA

#141 Oct 30, 2008
Dude wrote:
It's OK. We're embarassed you're from PA too. Your brain is loose (note the proper spelling and usage).
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Who are you...grammar police?

Since: Oct 08

Plainsboro, NJ

#142 Oct 30, 2008
These posters need to wake up. The economic corporations control the vote through price manipulation. When things are good in the economy the republicans scream for change, when the economy is slow the democrats scream for change. It's a lose/lose. The founding fathers would be ashamed, this is not what they intended for our nation.
Dude

United States

#143 Oct 31, 2008
Yeah. Wanna see my badge?
No_Worries wrote:
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Who are you...grammar police?

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