Who do you support for Governor in Pe...
Lipstick on a pig

Meadville, PA

#58342 Sep 6, 2014
Brick wrote:
Corbett will win. Republicans will remain in control of both chambers and will also win the US Senate.
He will if he can pull 26 points out of his fat azz by November
Incomparable Incompetence

Clarks Summit, PA

#58343 Sep 7, 2014
The Insiders: Voters blame Obama for country being off-track
September 5

This week we took a look at the Democrats’ campaign plan for the fall and how the economy is not working in the Democrats’ favor. Well, let’s round out the week by examining another macro trend that will shape the 2014 campaign. The right direction/wrong track question is a staple in U.S. political polling.

According to the latest George Washington University Battleground poll, 70 percent of voters think that things in the United States have gotten off on the wrong track and that the country is headed in the wrong direction. It stands to reason that as a result, many Americans will vote against the Democrats. Fair or not, the way to vote against the status quo is to vote against the president’s party.

Obviously, a lot of things contribute to why people think the country is headed in the wrong direction, but this poll reveals something I don’t think I have ever seen before.

In an open-ended question, the No. 1 reason voters gave for why they believe the country has gotten off-track is because they “have issues with Obama/think the country has a lack of leadership.”

It is a remarkable finding, given President Obama’s eloquence and the White House communications tools at his disposal. The White House has the unique ability to deliver an unfiltered, uncluttered message to the American people — something no one else in U.S. politics can do.

Yet despite that platform, the president’s performance is specifically mentioned as the reason the United States is off-track.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-part...
Obamas Duct Tape Surprise

Clarks Summit, PA

#58344 Sep 7, 2014
(from Time Magazine]

Obamacare Website Was H[*]cked in July
Sept. 4, 2014

A h[*]cker managed to breach cybersecurity at HealthCare.gov and implant malicious code on the federal Obamacare website, officials revealed Thursday.

Healthcare.gov hosts the federal insurance exchange on which millions of Americans have purchased health insurance since the Affordable Care Act mandate that most people be insured began rolling out last year. Officials said they learned of the h[*]ck, which took place in July, last week.

The attack is apparently the first instance of a h[*]cker successfully breaking through the site’s defenses, an anonymous employee of the Department of Health and Human Services told The Wall Street Journal.
Ed Swindell

West Mifflin, PA

#58345 Sep 7, 2014
Vote Tom Wolf for Governor !''

He's leading Corbett by 25 points in all the polls !

Vote for a winner..........Vote Tom WOLF !

Yeah baby!
Eddie

Latrobe, PA

#58347 Sep 7, 2014
Lipstick on a pig wrote:
<quoted text>
He will if he can pull 26 points out of his fat azz by November
The atomic punk
Eddie

Latrobe, PA

#58348 Sep 7, 2014
Incomparable Incompetence wrote:
The Insiders: Voters blame Obama for country being off-track
September 5
This week we took a look at the Democrats’ campaign plan for the fall and how the economy is not working in the Democrats’ favor. Well, let’s round out the week by examining another macro trend that will shape the 2014 campaign. The right direction/wrong track question is a staple in U.S. political polling.
According to the latest George Washington University Battleground poll, 70 percent of voters think that things in the United States have gotten off on the wrong track and that the country is headed in the wrong direction. It stands to reason that as a result, many Americans will vote against the Democrats. Fair or not, the way to vote against the status quo is to vote against the president’s party.
Obviously, a lot of things contribute to why people think the country is headed in the wrong direction, but this poll reveals something I don’t think I have ever seen before.
In an open-ended question, the No. 1 reason voters gave for why they believe the country has gotten off-track is because they “have issues with Obama/think the country has a lack of leadership.”
It is a remarkable finding, given President Obama’s eloquence and the White House communications tools at his disposal. The White House has the unique ability to deliver an unfiltered, uncluttered message to the American people — something no one else in U.S. politics can do.
Yet despite that platform, the president’s performance is specifically mentioned as the reason the United States is off-track.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-part...
Try as hard as you want

Tommy boy is gonna lose

Boo hoo boo hoo

Gas tax went upppp

Tommy!s votes went down

Very simple
PA Libtard

Collegeville, PA

#58349 Sep 8, 2014
Lol
Ed Swindell

West Mifflin, PA

#58350 Sep 8, 2014
VOTE TOM WOLF ..........HE'S 25 POINTS AHEAD OF CORBETT
VOTE FOR A WINNER
VOTE TOM WOLF FOR LOWER SCHOOL TAXES AND BETTER ROADS AND BRIDGES
TOM WOLF IS A WINNER !!
Unison

Latrobe, PA

#58352 Sep 8, 2014
Incomparable Incompetence wrote:
The Insiders: Voters blame Obama for country being off-track
September 5
This week we took a look at the Democrats’ campaign plan for the fall and how the economy is not working in the Democrats’ favor. Well, let’s round out the week by examining another macro trend that will shape the 2014 campaign. The right direction/wrong track question is a staple in U.S. political polling.
According to the latest George Washington University Battleground poll, 70 percent of voters think that things in the United States have gotten off on the wrong track and that the country is headed in the wrong direction. It stands to reason that as a result, many Americans will vote against the Democrats. Fair or not, the way to vote against the status quo is to vote against the president’s party.
Obviously, a lot of things contribute to why people think the country is headed in the wrong direction, but this poll reveals something I don’t think I have ever seen before.
In an open-ended question, the No. 1 reason voters gave for why they believe the country has gotten off-track is because they “have issues with Obama/think the country has a lack of leadership.”
It is a remarkable finding, given President Obama’s eloquence and the White House communications tools at his disposal. The White House has the unique ability to deliver an unfiltered, uncluttered message to the American people — something no one else in U.S. politics can do.
Yet despite that platform, the president’s performance is specifically mentioned as the reason the United States is off-track.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-part...
Everyone ready........altogether now...offtopic post...offtopic post...silly man...
David lee

Latrobe, PA

#58353 Sep 8, 2014
Eddie wrote:
<quoted text>
The atomic punk
Nobody rules these streets at night but me
R Nixon

West Mifflin, PA

#58354 Sep 8, 2014
Vote Tom Wolf for Governor !''

He's leading Corbett by 25 points in all the polls !

Vote for a winner..........Vote Tom WOLF !

YEAH !
Dems Ineptly In Charge

Narberth, PA

#58355 Sep 8, 2014
Spreading Amnesia: Democrats Pin Hopes on Voters Forgetting Who’s Been In Charge
September 2, 2014

This Labor Day marked the unofficial end of the summer holiday season, and it was also the beginning of the two-month campaign sprint till the midterm elections.

Democrats are making it clear that their campaign will be about agitating the liberal base to get out and vote — which to some extent has to involve getting voters to forget they’ve owned the White House for six years.

Vice President Biden spoke at a labor rally in Detroit and told union members,“It’s time to take back America” to ensure “you get an equal share.”

Take back America from whom?

President Obama cast his net for votes wider at a Laborfest in Milwaukee by declaring:“Hope is what gives young people the strength to march for women’s rights and workers’ rights and civil rights and voting rights and gay rights and immigration rights,” he said.“Cynicism is a bad choice. Hope is a better choice.”

I know that hope springs eternal, but many voters are fatigued that after six years of Obama they’re still waiting for change in the economy.

That’s one reason why neither Biden nor Obama emphasized their economic record yesterday.

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/386858/s...
Obamas Spending Spree

Narberth, PA

#58356 Sep 8, 2014
[from The Daily Signal]

During Obama’s Presidency, National Debt Has Grown by $61K Per Household
September 03, 2014

You may have heard pundits time and time again dismiss America’s debt problem, touting that the deficit has fallen by 50 percent since 2009.

Yet that sidesteps the real issue: the massive amount of debt the country has taken on in the past six years has put the nation in a vulnerable position as entitlement spending is set to take off and big-spending policies continue to pile on debt.

Indeed, the United States has added $7.06 trillion of debt since President Obama took office—far more than under any previous president.
Obamas Moral Turpitude

Narberth, PA

#58357 Sep 8, 2014
Barack Hussein Obama, discussing the presidency in a New York Times interview in 2008, pronounced that presidents need to be prepared to “give their life to it.”

“The bargain that any president strikes with is, you give me this office and in turn my, fears, doubts, insecurities, foibles, need for sleep, family life, vacations, leisure is gone,” Obama said.“I am giving myself to you.”

However, Barack Hussein Obama now feels his vacation was intruded when civil propriety demanded he make a comment about ISIS sawing off American James Foley's head.

Obama teed off ten minutes later.

"It is always a challenge when you're supposed to be on vacation because you're followed everywhere. And part of what I'd love is a vacation from the press," Barack Hussein Obama told Chuck Todd on Sunday.
Tom Wolfe

Bethlehem, PA

#58358 Sep 9, 2014
Vote for me
LaughingAtYou

Chicago, IL

#58359 Sep 9, 2014
Unison wrote:
<quoted text>
Everyone ready........altogether now...offtopic post...offtopic post...silly man...
You must have missed the 30,000 posts regarding the 2012 presdiential election. The 2010 Pennsylvania Governor's race between Dan Onorato and Ton Corbet hasn't been discussed on this thread for four years and 50,000 posts.

But you're complaining that posts are 'offtopic' on this thread?

LMAO!

Quit your whining or move on.
PA Libtard

Langhorne, PA

#58360 Sep 9, 2014
LaughingAtYou wrote:
<quoted text>
You must have missed the 30,000 posts regarding the 2012 presdiential election. The 2010 Pennsylvania Governor's race between Dan Onorato and Ton Corbet hasn't been discussed on this thread for four years and 50,000 posts.
But you're complaining that posts are 'offtopic' on this thread?
LMAO!
Quit your whining or move on.
lol!
Kleenex

Latrobe, PA

#58361 Sep 9, 2014
LaughingAtYou wrote:
<quoted text>
You must have missed the 30,000 posts regarding the 2012 presdiential election. The 2010 Pennsylvania Governor's race between Dan Onorato and Ton Corbet hasn't been discussed on this thread for four years and 50,000 posts.
But you're complaining that posts are 'offtopic' on this thread?
LMAO!
Quit your whining or move on.
Nah I read all 30,000, but your convoluted attempt at justifying the silly pants offtopic posts just made me drizzle a little..why so mean..and your words are so hurtful...and the clever use of LMAO is worthy of much false praise

Let's go white sox!
Kleenex

Latrobe, PA

#58362 Sep 9, 2014
Incomparable Incompetence wrote:
The Insiders: Voters blame Obama for country being off-track
September 5
This week we took a look at the Democrats’ campaign plan for the fall and how the economy is not working in the Democrats’ favor. Well, let’s round out the week by examining another macro trend that will shape the 2014 campaign. The right direction/wrong track question is a staple in U.S. political polling.
According to the latest George Washington University Battleground poll, 70 percent of voters think that things in the United States have gotten off on the wrong track and that the country is headed in the wrong direction. It stands to reason that as a result, many Americans will vote against the Democrats. Fair or not, the way to vote against the status quo is to vote against the president’s party.
Obviously, a lot of things contribute to why people think the country is headed in the wrong direction, but this poll reveals something I don’t think I have ever seen before.
In an open-ended question, the No. 1 reason voters gave for why they believe the country has gotten off-track is because they “have issues with Obama/think the country has a lack of leadership.”
It is a remarkable finding, given President Obama’s eloquence and the White House communications tools at his disposal. The White House has the unique ability to deliver an unfiltered, uncluttered message to the American people — something no one else in U.S. politics can do.
Yet despite that platform, the president’s performance is specifically mentioned as the reason the United States is off-track.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-part...
Offtopic
Obama-Kerry Dumb-N-Dumber

Clarks Summit, PA

#58363 Sep 9, 2014
Kerry's serial failures
Aug. 16, 2014

In what is almost certainly his last job in public service, Secretary of State John Kerry is bumbling his way around the world, ricocheting from crisis to crisis.

The idea of the last chapter of his biography portraying him as a punch line can't sit well. But is it Kerry's fault, or is he simply being swept up in an American foreign policy in historic disarray?

A common meme is that Kerry is at worst a bad actor stuck in an even worse movie, contributing little but not bearing any real responsibility for its failure.

There's truth in that, but it misses Kerry's genuine capacity for haplessness. Over decades, this kind of serial failure just did not happen to previous secretaries of State.

To understand Kerry's near-unique failures as secretary of State, it is important to look at how a secretary's trips abroad are conducted and how past secretaries have used the department to accomplish their goals. During my own State career, I was on the receiving end of many of these visits....

http://triblive.com/opinion/featuredcommentar...

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