Who do you support for U.S. House in Pennsylvania (District 18) in 2010?

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Irwin, PA

#3 Oct 21, 2010
Murphy has been a good congressman. He voted against Obamacare, against the stimulus and will continue that fight.

Charleroi, PA

#4 Oct 23, 2010
trust the guy

Pittsburgh, PA

#6 Oct 23, 2010
Tim's our man, we are not going to fix something that is not broke.Tim, Tim, Tim.
Space Cadet

Anonymous Proxy

#8 Oct 23, 2010

See no evil, speak no evil

Growing systemic corruption in Pennsylvania also involves the attempted silencing of writers and reporters, who increasingly find themselves threatened with subpoenas and legal action. DeNaples in June subpoened 15 reporters, demanding names of sources.

It's part of an obvious effort to stifle public review of growing corruption under Ed Rendell in the Keystone State.

The trick for compromised Republican prosecutors will be to keep public attention focused on the small-scale Democratic staff bonus scandal, and away from revelations involving the truly dark and shameful Rendell/Corbett/DeNaples travesty.

Meanwhile, also in the background, the not-so-radical League of Women Voters recently filed a federal lawsuit charging that Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices gave themselves a pay raise in return for a ruling allowing casino gambling. In essence, between the lines, the suit alleges that the high court judges lined their pockets by selling the commonwealth out to the mob.

It's not exactly a beautiful day in Pennsylvania. Concerned citizens, at last, are beginning to speak out. That could be the darkest trouble of all for Pennsylvania officials of both parties.
happy with Tim

Bridgeville, PA

#9 Oct 24, 2010
Tim does what we ask of him. True rep. of the people.
back to lower burrell

New Kensington, PA

#10 Oct 25, 2010
Time to change things!

Ada, OH

#11 Oct 30, 2010
If you want to throw out the stTUS QUO REPS THEN IT'S TIME FOR mURPHY TO GO!

Irwin, PA

#12 Oct 31, 2010
What did Tim Murphy do to control skyrocketing health care costs so that everybody can get the health care they need when his party controlled all 3 branches of government? He did nothing because he does not care if you suffer or go bankrupt due to being priced out of the health care insurance market.
Robert Franklin

Pittsburgh, PA

#13 Nov 1, 2010
Murphy is a yes man for the republican party. His interest is for the money people.
Don't vote for him.
party changer

Homestead, PA

#14 Nov 4, 2010
congrats tim!

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