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Randy Randersen

Cranesville, PA

#21 May 22, 2013
Doh wrote:
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No excuse for you fuktard. The solutions were to the problems they faced, not who is in the office had you read correctly the first time.
Hey ccksuker, no excuse for your skanky mother not to abort your worthless ass. You are the typical democrat piece of sh!t. The solution is to get rid of worthless crap like you so society can recover from an over-run of ignorant crap.
Doh

Erie, PA

#22 May 22, 2013
Randy Randersen wrote:
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Hey ccksuker, no excuse for your skanky mother not to abort your worthless ass. You are the typical democrat piece of sh!t. The solution is to get rid of worthless crap like you so society can recover from an over-run of ignorant crap.
Wow fuktard, did i suddenly go back into a hot time time machine and have a 3rd grader make a your mommy remark?

LOL

Glad to see the republifuks still can't debate worth a sh!t
Bent Westward

Erie, PA

#23 May 22, 2013
Flint, the more you post the more ignorant you expose yourself for an ignorant fool.
You can not "cross file" for a county executive position, only judicial and school board races is that allowed.
Cuurist at least make an effort to educate yourself before you hit the keys man, make an attempt to sound like you have a clue on some front.
Doh

Erie, PA

#24 May 23, 2013
Bent Westward wrote:
Flint, the more you post the more ignorant you expose yourself for an ignorant fool.
You can not "cross file" for a county executive position, only judicial and school board races is that allowed.
Cuurist at least make an effort to educate yourself before you hit the keys man, make an attempt to sound like you have a clue on some front.
City council as well I believe.
CRANK

Erie, PA

#25 May 23, 2013
Flint Westwood wrote:
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Excuse me .......A solution of NO county Executive was suggested, since that is not viable how about State Institutions to incarcerate the criminally stupid & ignorant when it comes to voting? Just what
do you suggest? I have been around the voting scene for far longer then you & the stupidity/ignorance of the general population never fails to amaze me. Case in point, Dahlkemper was rejected in a landslide but voters have short memories or no common sense & put her back in to do more damage.....I suppose we should be happy it will just be on a local level not national like Obamacare.Besides given the 50 year history of Democratic failure in the city we might just as well spread it to the county....give everybody a full shovel of bull pucky.
Dahlkemper was rejected by a congressional district that encompasses more than Erie County. Not all of the congressional district is made up of voters similar to the metropolitan Erie voter mentality. In fact, not all of Erie County is comprised of such voters.

The problem is, the city is failing because the population is insisting upon it. Success simply is not an option. Worse, city voters are hell bent on spreading their cancer to the entire county, as the Home Rule Charter has shown. They never hid the fact that the Charter was designed to maintain political power within the city, and to use that power to transfer wealth from the rest of the county to the city.

What have the democrats given the county lately? DiVecchio, Grossman and now Dahlkemper?

Anyone of the opinion that Kathy's "vision" for Erie County is hallucinatory?
olive oyl

Allison Park, PA

#26 May 23, 2013
What can a single mom like me do? I dont have a man to take care of me; my job will be gone; and I dont get support from my lastest baby daddy, who I hope will remain anonymous. Mr. Grossman, you helped me out a few years ago, what can you do for me now?
Hmmm

Saxonburg, PA

#27 May 23, 2013
Where's he at?! No news conference and excuses why he lost?! He's hiding somewhere... Oh where could that be!! I believe his belly, balloon, has been deflated!!! He acted as if he was the president of the county!! Pompous attitude with the mentality his crap doesn't stink!! Where are you Bucktard??? Take all your useless, deceptive cronies and get stepping!!!!
Flint Westward

United States

#28 May 23, 2013
Bent Westward wrote:
Flint, the more you post the more ignorant you expose yourself for an ignorant fool.
You can not "cross file" for a county executive position, only judicial and school board races is that allowed.
Cuurist at least make an effort to educate yourself before you hit the keys man, make an attempt to sound like you have a clue on some front.
Criticism noted & accepted....After all these years I did not know cross filing was restricted to just certain elective offices. I do appreciate your clarification for my misunderstanding. Thanks!
a voter

Erie, PA

#29 May 23, 2013
CRANK wrote:
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Dahlkemper was rejected by a congressional district that encompasses more than Erie County. Not all of the congressional district is made up of voters similar to the metropolitan Erie voter mentality. In fact, not all of Erie County is comprised of such voters.
The problem is, the city is failing because the population is insisting upon it. Success simply is not an option. Worse, city voters are hell bent on spreading their cancer to the entire county, as the Home Rule Charter has shown. They never hid the fact that the Charter was designed to maintain political power within the city, and to use that power to transfer wealth from the rest of the county to the city.
What have the democrats given the county lately? DiVecchio, Grossman and now Dahlkemper?
Anyone of the opinion that Kathy's "vision" for Erie County is hallucinatory?
Why do you blame democrats for the failure of the gop to field an electable candidate? All your whining and hand wringing doesn't explain the flops that are nominated by the gop. If the ideas of your party had any legitimacy, they would be ascendent. Move to the confederacy where you'll be alot happier among your own kind.
Flint Westward

United States

#30 May 23, 2013
a voter wrote:
<quoted text>Why do you blame democrats for the failure of the gop to field an electable candidate? All your whining and hand wringing doesn't explain the flops that are nominated by the gop. If the ideas of your party had any legitimacy, they would be ascendent. Move to the confederacy where you'll be alot happier among your own kind.
You are of course right ....The GOP Committee is certainly at fault for the meager showing of the Republican Party here in Erie City & County in election after election.I would think there are candidates out there but the Committee does not seek them out or if they come forward do their best to discourage them . I think our local GOP officials are RINO`S ...Republican in name only & are comfortable with the present status.
Go to the Confederacy?.....No! not necessary, just get away from bastions of Democratic welfare/entitlement voters & decaying cities.
I doubt the welfare voters will ever vote Republican.....they don`t want a hand , they want a handout.
I think city voting patterns could be turned if the GOP really worked at it fielding full slates of candidates & backed them but it would not be an overnight deal. I dislike stating this fact but the GOP does a good job of fund raising & a lousy job of putting the money to work
CRANK

Erie, PA

#31 May 23, 2013
a voter wrote:
<quoted text>Why do you blame democrats for the failure of the gop to field an electable candidate? All your whining and hand wringing doesn't explain the flops that are nominated by the gop. If the ideas of your party had any legitimacy, they would be ascendent. Move to the confederacy where you'll be alot happier among your own kind.
The GOP's problem is competent potential candidates simply are not interested in raising and spending tens of thousands of dollars to get elected to a position that has to deal with a democratic majority county council, whose chief interest is in finding new ways to redistribute county dollars into the city.

And I think I can illustrate that by pointing to Judy Lynch, who when she embraced a few programs that would be beneficial to the entire county, lost her bid for re-election, after being the only county executive ever to be re-elected in Erie County since the change to the Home Rule Charter.

Home Rule essentially replicates for the county government, the same dis-function we have seen in city government for going on sixty years, ever since Tullio succeeded Charlie Williamson. Weak mayor blames a weak council and vice versa.(Remember Tullio versus the Three Amegos? Compare that to Grossman and the Seven Dwarfs on the community college, term limits, selling the art collection, getting the county out of Nursing Home business, time collection system, dispatch system, OCY crises, or any number of other issues never resolved.)

Jesus Christ himself couldn't get elected in the City of Erie running as a republican. Many GOPers have come to the conclusion that if the city is so determined to endorse failure, let 'em fail. The GOP simply is not going to accept blame for the implementation of democratic policy failures.
Doh

Erie, PA

#32 May 23, 2013
CRANK wrote:
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The GOP's problem is competent potential candidates simply are not interested in raising and spending tens of thousands of dollars to get elected to a position that has to deal with a democratic majority county council, whose chief interest is in finding new ways to redistribute county dollars into the city.
You are so full of crap you fuktard. Party affiliation has nothing to do with raising funds to get elected.
Barry Howard Cuneo

Erie, PA

#33 May 23, 2013
Doh wrote:
An open question to the throng of intellectual fuktards posting on this thread.
You cried about Grossman, now you cry about Dahlkemper before she even begins her term...if she even wins the general.
What does the topix fuktard brain trust have in the area of solutions to fix the problems instead of crying like little girl that so-and-so is no good?
This should be amusing
Go ahead, you topix fuktard, tell us your solutions.
Barry Howard Cuneo

Erie, PA

#34 May 23, 2013
a voter wrote:
<quoted text>Why do you blame democrats for the failure of the gop to field an electable candidate? All your whining and hand wringing doesn't explain the flops that are nominated by the gop. If the ideas of your party had any legitimacy, they would be ascendent. Move to the confederacy where you'll be alot happier among your own kind.
Public skools? The confederacy was all Democrats.
Doh

Erie, PA

#35 May 23, 2013
Barry Howard Cuneo wrote:
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Go ahead, you topix fuktard, tell us your solutions.
I didn't make the criticism fuktard. You aren't very bright.
CRANK

Erie, PA

#36 May 23, 2013
Doh wrote:
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You are so full of crap you fuktard. Party affiliation has nothing to do with raising funds to get elected.
Thank you for so succinctly illustrating the exact point I made in my earlier post.
Doh

Erie, PA

#37 May 23, 2013
CRANK wrote:
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Thank you for so succinctly illustrating the exact point I made in my earlier post.
You don't need to be long winded to tell you that you are full of crap fuktard
notall libs are idiots

Oil City, PA

#39 May 23, 2013
A Citizen wrote:
Nothing to celebrate. Kathy Dumkemper will do no better than Gross-Man. She ran on a claim of creating jobs. What is she going to do, hire more minimum wage landscapers?
At least she won't waste two years playing Don Quixote spending county money fighting for a community college nobody wanted.
a voter

Erie, PA

#40 May 23, 2013
CRANK wrote:
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The GOP's problem is competent potential candidates simply are not interested in raising and spending tens of thousands of dollars to get elected to a position that has to deal with a democratic majority county council, whose chief interest is in finding new ways to redistribute county dollars into the city.
And I think I can illustrate that by pointing to Judy Lynch, who when she embraced a few programs that would be beneficial to the entire county, lost her bid for re-election, after being the only county executive ever to be re-elected in Erie County since the change to the Home Rule Charter.
Home Rule essentially replicates for the county government, the same dis-function we have seen in city government for going on sixty years, ever since Tullio succeeded Charlie Williamson. Weak mayor blames a weak council and vice versa.(Remember Tullio versus the Three Amegos? Compare that to Grossman and the Seven Dwarfs on the community college, term limits, selling the art collection, getting the county out of Nursing Home business, time collection system, dispatch system, OCY crises, or any number of other issues never resolved.)
Jesus Christ himself couldn't get elected in the City of Erie running as a republican. Many GOPers have come to the conclusion that if the city is so determined to endorse failure, let 'em fail. The GOP simply is not going to accept blame for the implementation of democratic policy failures.
Jesus Christ would never hold the same views as a republican.
Buddy Hinton

Erie, PA

#41 May 23, 2013
a voter wrote:
<quoted text>Jesus Christ would never hold the same views as a republican.
My, my, you are mighty bold speaking for Jebus like that.

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