Who do you support for State Senate in Pennsylvania (District 24) in 2010?

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Since: Aug 10

Gilbertsville, PA

#2 Oct 15, 2010
Wallace will just be another Democratic failure. The Democrats have done such a fine job with the city of Philadelphia, why would we want more of them so they can run all of PA into the ground in a similar welfare state fashion!
jb

Gilbertsville, PA

#3 Oct 15, 2010
time to get rid of the mess the dems have made!

Since: Jul 10

Wilmington, DE

#4 Oct 15, 2010
Mensch hasn't done any thing in office except take up space.
Foul Ball

Quakertown, PA

#5 Oct 16, 2010
Mensch got in through a waste of money "special" election when they could have waited until November to fill Wonderkind's seat. We pissed away hundreds of thousands of tax dollars on an unnecessary election. If the election were held in November, Mensch wouldn't have made it.

King Slappy is absolutely correct.

Since: Oct 09

Philadelphia, PA

#6 Oct 17, 2010
King Slappy wrote:
Mensch hasn't done any thing in office except take up space.
I think you are playing with something a LOT smaller than your hockey stick. Mensch has been fighting with Spendell for fiscal sanity.

Since: Jul 10

Wilmington, DE

#7 Oct 17, 2010
Jersey Duke wrote:
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I think you are playing with something a LOT smaller than your hockey stick. Mensch has been fighting with Spendell for fiscal sanity.
Mensch is in bed with the oil companies that want to drill in PA. He is against regulations that would make them responsible for any environmental damages done and refuses to put a tax on them that would benefit the State. He is your typical Republican State law maker. Sits in Harrisburg and watches out for the big companies only in the State while screwing over the people who live in the State.

Since: Oct 09

Philadelphia, PA

#8 Oct 17, 2010
King Slappy wrote:
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Mensch is in bed with the oil companies that want to drill in PA. He is against regulations that would make them responsible for any environmental damages done and refuses to put a tax on them that would benefit the State. He is your typical Republican State law maker. Sits in Harrisburg and watches out for the big companies only in the State while screwing over the people who live in the State.
Typical lib. More taxes, more spending. Keep slapping that little stick.
what

Bethlehem, PA

#9 Oct 18, 2010
Jersey Duke wrote:
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I think you are playing with something a LOT smaller than your hockey stick. Mensch has been fighting with Spendell for fiscal sanity.
Did you call it fiscal sanity when it cost the taxpayers of pa.$800,000 to have the mock election when Mensch was elected, 6 weeks before the general election when they could have waited and attach it to the general election for no extra cost? I didn't hear you Right Wing Nuts crying then about wasting taxpayer money.
Colonel Flack

Middletown, NY

#10 Oct 18, 2010
All casino backed candidates must be elected. Casinos have big plans for Pennsylvania.

Since: Jul 10

Wilmington, DE

#11 Oct 18, 2010
Jersey Duke wrote:
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Typical lib. More taxes, more spending. Keep slapping that little stick.
Typical Right wing nut! Doesn't have an answer, so reverts to name calling.
When you can have a civil debate, maybe I might respond.

Since: Oct 09

Philadelphia, PA

#12 Oct 18, 2010
King Slappy wrote:
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Typical Right wing nut! Doesn't have an answer, so reverts to name calling.
When you can have a civil debate, maybe I might respond.
Mensch will be there for as long as he wants to stay. Is somebody running against him? What is wrong with being a lib? You can call me a conservative anytime. I don't want to debate with a slapper anyway!

Since: Jul 10

Wilmington, DE

#13 Oct 19, 2010
Jersey Duke wrote:
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Mensch will be there for as long as he wants to stay. Is somebody running against him? What is wrong with being a lib? You can call me a conservative anytime. I don't want to debate with a slapper anyway!
Fine by me. Besides it a take off of Slapshot which is my cb handle.
qtownres

Sellersville, PA

#14 Oct 19, 2010
what wrote:
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Did you call it fiscal sanity when it cost the taxpayers of pa.$800,000 to have the mock election when Mensch was elected, 6 weeks before the general election when they could have waited and attach it to the general election for no extra cost? I didn't hear you Right Wing Nuts crying then about wasting taxpayer money.
Duke whats your take on this you don't seem to want to answer these facts brought up by "what".

Since: Oct 09

Philadelphia, PA

#15 Oct 19, 2010
qtownres wrote:
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Duke whats your take on this you don't seem to want to answer these facts brought up by "what".
Having a special election was a waste of money, but it wasn't up to Mensch to make the call.
qtownres

Sellersville, PA

#16 Oct 20, 2010
Jersey Duke wrote:
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Having a special election was a waste of money, but it wasn't up to Mensch to make the call.
You are correct it was not up to Mensch that was up to the Lt. Governors office to make that call. Since the death of Cathrine Baker Knoll, State Senator Joe Scarnati R 25th District made the call. Another Republicant wasting taxpayer money but you so called conservatives don't give a sh!t.

Since: Oct 09

Philadelphia, PA

#17 Oct 21, 2010
qtownres wrote:
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You are correct it was not up to Mensch that was up to the Lt. Governors office to make that call. Since the death of Cathrine Baker Knoll, State Senator Joe Scarnati R 25th District made the call. Another Republicant wasting taxpayer money but you so called conservatives don't give a sh!t.
You are reaching a conclusion not supported by the facts. This is the second tactic you use after name calling.

Since: Jul 10

Wilmington, DE

#18 Oct 21, 2010
qtownres wrote:
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You are correct it was not up to Mensch that was up to the Lt. Governors office to make that call. Since the death of Cathrine Baker Knoll, State Senator Joe Scarnati R 25th District made the call. Another Republicant wasting taxpayer money but you so called conservatives don't give a sh!t.
I can tell you why the Lt. Governor made the call. It was because if he let it go till election day then Democrats would have voted, plus that also would have given Anne Schuering who ran against Mensch a chance to get her name out there and the accomplishments she has done as a Borough Council member in Lansdale. It was politically motivated. Not saying it was wrong or right because had it been Democrats, I'm not sure they might have done the same thing if they knew that they could get Democrats out in droves to vote like Republicans do. I've been around politics for a long time and I know what both Parties are willing to do to win. I also know that Republicans are more likely to break the law also to get elected than Democrats. I've seen it done, but I give them credit. They know when to break the law so they won't get caught. At least not all the time.

Since: Oct 09

Philadelphia, PA

#19 Oct 21, 2010
King Slappy wrote:
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I can tell you why the Lt. Governor made the call. It was because if he let it go till election day then Democrats would have voted, plus that also would have given Anne Schuering who ran against Mensch a chance to get her name out there and the accomplishments she has done as a Borough Council member in Lansdale. It was politically motivated. Not saying it was wrong or right because had it been Democrats, I'm not sure they might have done the same thing if they knew that they could get Democrats out in droves to vote like Republicans do. I've been around politics for a long time and I know what both Parties are willing to do to win. I also know that Republicans are more likely to break the law also to get elected than Democrats. I've seen it done, but I give them credit. They know when to break the law so they won't get caught. At least not all the time.
How about all those dems that Corbett prosecuted for illegal campaigning?

Since: Jul 10

Wilmington, DE

#20 Oct 21, 2010
Jersey Duke wrote:
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How about all those dems that Corbett prosecuted for illegal campaigning?
If they broke the law then they deserve it.
But yet Corbett has done the same thing.
At recent expo in Harrisburg the Stat A.G. office had it's table set up with information about the office. Also noticeable was Corbett for Governor signs and literature placed on the table also. A clear violation of the Campaign Laws in the State. Pictures were taken of it and Corbett asked about it. He naturally declined to comment on the matter. Later he said that the person who did this was fired. But no record from his Campaign or office showed anyone being fired.
Plus he only Prosecuted one Republican, even though it was known that other Republicans had used their office's for campaigning. One of them represents my district. I know because I saw it with my own two eyes, but figured that since every other person in office at the time was doing the same thing why should he be any different. He know uses his house as his Campaign headquarters.

Since: Oct 09

Philadelphia, PA

#21 Oct 21, 2010
King Slappy wrote:
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If they broke the law then they deserve it.
But yet Corbett has done the same thing.
At recent expo in Harrisburg the Stat A.G. office had it's table set up with information about the office. Also noticeable was Corbett for Governor signs and literature placed on the table also. A clear violation of the Campaign Laws in the State. Pictures were taken of it and Corbett asked about it. He naturally declined to comment on the matter. Later he said that the person who did this was fired. But no record from his Campaign or office showed anyone being fired.
Plus he only Prosecuted one Republican, even though it was known that other Republicans had used their office's for campaigning. One of them represents my district. I know because I saw it with my own two eyes, but figured that since every other person in office at the time was doing the same thing why should he be any different. He know uses his house as his Campaign headquarters.
Remember when your Mom told you that masterbation would make you go blind? I think it is happening. Time for some proof reading.

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