Schnitzelbank

Bethlehem, PA

#58169 Aug 6, 2014
Clint wrote:
Think the Bucs will make the playoffs?
I don't know who the Bucs are , don't give two shits about LeBron Jones or Johnny football.
Soccer sucks just as bad as the rest but I did see the best goal after watching an hour and fourteen minutes of grass growing . Thats probably the last soccer game I'll see unless it's the same German team and player that kicked the winning goal.
Schnitzelbank

Bethlehem, PA

#58170 Aug 6, 2014
Back to the Governor race ?

Corbett said the casino money was never about tax relief for the homeowner , it was about horce racing ? You gotta be schitting me , this guy doesn't stand a rafle chance on an old Indian blamket .
Our Community Organizer

Plymouth, PA

#58171 Aug 6, 2014
Levin Mocks Obama’s Criticism Of Companies Leaving US:‘Wow, All Of A Sudden Borders Matter!’
07/24/2014

Conservative radio host Mark Levin mocked President Obama’s condemnation of corporations leaving the United States for better tax rates overseas, exclaiming “Wow, all of a sudden borders matter!”

Levin spoke Thursday with Fox New’s Neil Cavuto about the president’s recent push to shame American companies for moving abroad in search of less-punitive tax rates than those found in the United States.

“These companies are running away from taxes here, responsibility here,” Cavuto said, summarizing Obama’s claim for Levin.“You say what?”

“Wow, so all of a sudden national sovereignty and borders matter,” Levin snarked.“How ’bout that? I didn’t know it mattered!”

http://dailycaller.com/2014/07/24/levin-mocks...
Putin Pegs Obama

Plymouth, PA

#58172 Aug 6, 2014
Russian deputy PM mocks Obama by tweeting ‘unmanly’ photo of president
01 Aug 2014

Days after announcement of US sanctions on Russia, the country's deputy prime minister challenges US president's masculinity by tweeting picture of Putin with a leopard and Obama with a poodle

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/eur...
PA Dem

Chester Springs, PA

#58173 Aug 6, 2014
Vote for Wolfe
Tea agree

King Of Prussia, PA

#58174 Aug 6, 2014
Lol
John

Bethlehem, PA

#58175 Aug 6, 2014
PA Dem wrote:
Vote for Wolfe
It isn't going to matter for Pennsylvania . The problem is the Muslim in the white house . Being polled as the worse president in US history is probably his better points . All his failed policies and his antics with the constitution mean nothing to him . He has two and one half years to nuke all the haters right here in America if Putin doesn't do it first . No tears if this nut offed himself on a golf course.
Uncle George

Murrysville, PA

#58176 Aug 7, 2014
Apostle

Philadelphia, PA

#58177 Aug 7, 2014
John wrote:
<quoted text>
It isn't going to matter for Pennsylvania . The problem is the Muslim in the white house . Being polled as the worse president in US history is probably his better points . All his failed policies and his antics with the constitution mean nothing to him . He has two and one half years to nuke all the haters right here in America if Putin doesn't do it first . No tears if this nut offed himself on a golf course.
What muslim in the White House? You can't mean President Obama who accepts Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour. He has been seen in the Oval Office dropping to his knees, folding his hands and bowing his head; asking for Divine guidance in the name of the Father and Son.
A Thin Veneer

Wilkes Barre, PA

#58179 Aug 7, 2014
Support For Hillary Drops 11 Points—Among Democrats
Jul 8, 2014

Hillary Clinton's tour promoting her book Hard Choices may be having an effect—though perhaps not the one the 66-year-old former secretary of state might have wanted.

A new poll of the potential 2016 presidential field from Quinnipiac, conducted at the end of June, found support for Clinton among Democratic primary voters at 58 percent.

That's an 11-point drop from an ABC News/Washington Post poll of the potential Democratic field—conducted in late May, before Hard Choices was released—that found 69 percent supported Clinton over any other possible Democrats.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/support-h...
Obamas Lawlessness

Wilkes Barre, PA

#58180 Aug 7, 2014
Krauthammer’s Take: Democrats Will Regret Obama’s Lawlessness
July 30, 2014

On Wednesday’s Special Report, Charles Krauthammer said that Democrats will come to rue their response to President Obama’s executive overreach.

“The president’s job is not, as the president says, to help people — that’s his interpretation of what he does — it’s to faithfully execute the laws that Congress has passed,” Krauthammer said.

“That is as clear as day. That’s the definition of his job. And there’s a very strong argument that he has overreached that by actually creating law, ignoring law, not enforcing law, changing laws on his own which you’re simply not supposed do. And there are many examples of it.”

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/384192/k...
Washington

Bethlehem, PA

#58181 Aug 7, 2014
Apostle wrote:
<quoted text>What muslim in the White House? You can't mean President Obama who accepts Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour. He has been seen in the Oval Office dropping to his knees, folding his hands and bowing his head; asking for Divine guidance in the name of the Father and Son.
Who saw him do that Valerie Jarrett ? She's crazier than him .
G Bush

West Mifflin, PA

#58182 Aug 7, 2014
Let's Sue the GOP

House Republicans last week overwhelmingly endorsed suing President Barack Obama for delaying part of the Affordable Care Act, a law Republicans hate and condemn and voted 50 times to repeal. So, really, the president did exactly what the GOP claims it wants. But they're suing anyway.

On the other side of the Capitol, Senate Republicans last week prevented repair of a law that 99.99 percent of Americans hate and condemn and would vote 50 times to repeal, given the chance. The GOP blocked a bill that would have ended tax breaks bestowed on corporations for offshoring factories and jobs.

Only one Senate Republican voted for the Bring Jobs Home Act - the bill that would have replaced corporate reprobate rebates with rewards for firms that move factories back to America. Americans of all political persuasions object to paying higher taxes to offset the cost of coddling corporate defectors. The GOP's filibustering of this bill is dereliction of duty. So let's sue. And look at it this way, even if this is a lost cause - and it is - the more time Republicans must spend in court, the less time they have to obstruct the will of the people.

In his very first campaign, President Obama promised to end tax gifts presented to corporations that abandon America and take up with foreign countries. He said he wanted to provide instead incentives to corporations that re-embraced America, returning home.

Some Republican Senators stomped their feet and demanded continued subsidies for offshoring of jobs unless the entire tax code was overhauled, a feat that seems, well, somewhat unlikely from this record-breaking, do-nothing, Republican-thwarted Congress.

Read the shocking story here:
http://politix.topix.com/story/13434-lets-sue...
Washington

Bethlehem, PA

#58183 Aug 7, 2014
G Bush wrote:
Let's Sue the GOP
House Republicans last week overwhelmingly endorsed suing President Barack Obama for delaying part of the Affordable Care Act, a law Republicans hate and condemn and voted 50 times to repeal. So, really, the president did exactly what the GOP claims it wants. But they're suing anyway.
On the other side of the Capitol, Senate Republicans last week prevented repair of a law that 99.99 percent of Americans hate and condemn and would vote 50 times to repeal, given the chance. The GOP blocked a bill that would have ended tax breaks bestowed on corporations for offshoring factories and jobs.
Only one Senate Republican voted for the Bring Jobs Home Act - the bill that would have replaced corporate reprobate rebates with rewards for firms that move factories back to America. Americans of all political persuasions object to paying higher taxes to offset the cost of coddling corporate defectors. The GOP's filibustering of this bill is dereliction of duty. So let's sue. And look at it this way, even if this is a lost cause - and it is - the more time Republicans must spend in court, the less time they have to obstruct the will of the people.
In his very first campaign, President Obama promised to end tax gifts presented to corporations that abandon America and take up with foreign countries. He said he wanted to provide instead incentives to corporations that re-embraced America, returning home.
Some Republican Senators stomped their feet and demanded continued subsidies for offshoring of jobs unless the entire tax code was overhauled, a feat that seems, well, somewhat unlikely from this record-breaking, do-nothing, Republican-thwarted Congress.
Read the shocking story here:
http://politix.topix.com/story/13434-lets-sue...
You can't be serious , they went overseas and don't want to re-embrace America. We need to close the borders and bring the Constitution where it belongs . Not in the face of the America hating Muslim and his wife . What they're getting at is impeachment but are afraid to go after him. Maybe when we get rockets hurled at us from Mexico but I doubt even that won't stop his vacation.
neighborhood loser

Bethel Park, PA

#58184 Aug 7, 2014
Schnitzelbank wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't know who the Bucs are , blah, blah, blah that kicked the winning goal.
You can't get laid. We get it. You have to focus on something, or you'll kill yourself. We understand.

For now though, you might as well not have genitals. Girls snicker when you start your weird arousal ritual. They laugh and make sure they're walking away from you, the weirdo.

Go jerk off to the TV, you worthless failure. lol!!!
Rambeaux

Philadelphia, PA

#58185 Aug 7, 2014
Evil Corbett represents all that is diabolical and vile and treachorous. He would not be satisfied until he brings the Commonwealth of PA to its knees.

Tom Wolfe on the other hand, stands for all that is wholesome and pure. He wishes to bring great things to PA. Plus he loves his mother and is kind to dumb animals.
The Adolescent President

Wilkes Barre, PA

#58186 Aug 8, 2014
The Callow President
August 06, 2014

"Stop just hatin’ all the time."

If you haven’t been following the news, you might not know whether this bon mot was uttered by a character on the ABC Family show “Pretty Little Liars” or by the president of the United States.

Of course, it was the leader of the free world at a Kansas City rally last week, imploring congressional Republicans to start cooperating with him. The line struck a characteristically — and tellingly — juvenile and plaintive note.
...
It’s certainly true that the president is much further left than he’d ever admit, but the deepest truth about Obama is that there is no depth. He’s smart without being wise. He’s glib without being eloquent. He’s a celebrity without being interesting. He’s callow.
...
His greatest rhetorical skill turns out to be mockery. The man who once promised to transcend political divisions is an expert at the stinging partisan jab.

What Churchill was to thundering statements of resolve, he is to snotty put-downs.

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/0...
John

Bethlehem, PA

#58187 Aug 8, 2014
Rambeaux wrote:
Evil Corbett represents all that is diabolical and vile and treachorous. He would not be satisfied until he brings the Commonwealth of PA to its knees.
Tom Wolfe on the other hand, stands for all that is wholesome and pure. He wishes to bring great things to PA. Plus he loves his mother and is kind to dumb animals.
The salt of the earth like the Amish . He reminds me of Lebanon Leviremain calm
D Cheney

West Mifflin, PA

#58189 Aug 8, 2014
Here's Why Rand Paul Says the GOP Can't Completely Flip on Gay Marriage !!!!

Sen. Rand Paul said the GOP cannot completely "flip" in its stance against gay marriage.

"The party can't become the opposite of what it is," Paul told The New York Times in an interview.

He said to change its view on this major social issue would lose voters:

"If you tell people from Alabama, Mississippi or Georgia,'You know what, guys, we've been wrong, and we're gonna be the pro-gay-marriage party,' they're either gonna stay home or - I mean, many of these people joined the Republican Party because of these social issues. So I don't think we can completely flip."

However, he said the party should become more welcoming to people with different views

Why Faux Noise wont report this on their show !!

Read the shocking story here:

http://politix.topix.com/story/13487-heres-wh...
Obamacare Premium Shock

Wilkes Barre, PA

#58190 Aug 9, 2014
If You Like Your Obamacare Plan, It'll Cost You
August 5, 2014

Consumers could be hit with major price increases, without even knowing it, if they don’t switch their health care plans.

If you like your Obamacare plan, you can keep it—but you might end up paying a whole lot more.

People who decide to stick with the coverage they've already gotten through Obamacare, rather than switching plans, are at risk for some of the biggest premium spikes anywhere in the system. And some people won't even know their costs went up until they get a bill from the IRS.
...
Many consumers will need to switch plans in order to keep their costs steady, but health care experts question how many people will do that.

Switching plans can entail changing your doctor and adjusting to new out-of-pocket costs, never mind the fresh trek through HealthCare.gov . The White House has already set up an auto-renewal process, making it easier to stick with the status quo.

And with so many behind-the-scenes factors at play, most people might not even know that they need to go back through HealthCare.gov just to keep the deal they already have.

"A lot of people aren't going to understand this," said Susan Pantely, an actuary at the Milliman consulting firm.

http://www.nationaljournal.com/health-care/if...

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