Who do you support for Governor in Pe...
Gas tax

Latrobe, PA

#58480 Sep 18, 2014
old timer wrote:
<quoted text>
Raise them taxes! The h**l with the kids. The teachers need more money and pensions
Yep..raise the gas tax again and maybe we'll be number 2 or 3 on that list. No new taxes? Yeah baby!
Anthony

Latrobe, PA

#58481 Sep 18, 2014
Tony wrote:
<quoted text> Our taxes for surely went down this year nuff said. We were given millions (23) in school funds and we still turn out dumb asses! Your completely right! 23 million in funds this year alone and we still turn out complete ignorant dumbness. You shouldn't be mad though. You have got your monies worth.They are for sure registered Liberal democrat's just like you trained them. Just a little bit more teaching to the negros of their complete dumbness and you liberals will have their vote for years to come.
Do you believe that their is any relationship between test scores in a district and the following factors?

Household income
Whether the father lives in the household
The education level of the mother

Thank you
Educator

West Mifflin, PA

#58482 Sep 18, 2014
Anthony wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you believe that their is any relationship between test scores in a district and the following factors?
Household income
Whether the father lives in the household
The education level of the mother
Thank you
I believe you're a moron and uneducated also. Did you ever get your GED ? You used "their' instead of "there" in your post.
No father for you ?
Was your Momma always bare foot and pregnant ?

Thank you
Tony

Mckeesport, PA

#58483 Sep 18, 2014
Anthony wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you believe that their is any relationship between test scores in a district and the following factors?
Household income
Whether the father lives in the household
The education level of the mother
Thank you
What do you think genius?
West m licker

Latrobe, PA

#58484 Sep 18, 2014
Educator wrote:
<quoted text>
I believe you're a moron and uneducated also. Did you ever get your GED ? You used "their' instead of "there" in your post.
No father for you ?
Was your Momma always bare foot and pregnant ?
Thank you
How ironic...autocomplete and my failure to peruse caused my snafu
But the one and only peter beater from west mifflon made an arse of herself by making the ultimate puss move of grammar beating a topix board while making "barefoot" 2 words rather than the traditional one word...if that's how ya wanna play .... loser teabagger. Hahahahahahaha
I guess you agree that punks who father kids but don't raise them affect the future of the kids
Thank you!
Sad

Latrobe, PA

#58485 Sep 18, 2014
Tony wrote:
<quoted text>
What do you think genius?
It's obvious. Thank you for asking. People who parent kids, then find excuses why they cannot stay around to help raise them put their kids at a HUGE disadvantage. Punk parents running from responsibility at the expense of innocent kids. Embarrassing! Blame the schools the. Move on to the next unmarried conquest.
Sad

Latrobe, PA

#58486 Sep 18, 2014
Sorry west m punks.." Blame the schools THEN MOVE....."

Hahahahhahahha
Obamas Year of Fear

Narberth, PA

#58487 Sep 19, 2014
Americans are afraid. The White House is afraid. Democrats are afraid.
September 18, 2014
Voters are rattled on several fronts, and that's bad news for Democrats.

President Obama's "Year of Action" has turned into a Year of Fear. The country seems mired in dread. And that could have mortal consequences for midterm Democrats.

New polls out this week betray a rattled public, one that is jittery about war, security, and the economy—and one that is increasingly looking to the GOP, not the party in power.

Even as the White House has sought to reassure Americans that the campaign in Iraq will be limited, that the president isn't going to act alone on immigration in the near future, and that the economy is doing better, the damage appears to be done.

Obama and his aides have been caught between messages: that the country wasn't going to war, until it was (sort of). That the president couldn't act on immigration, until he could, until he wouldn't (yet). That the economy had turned the corner, but not quite.(Wait.)

All of it has brought Obama's credibility into question and disrupted the narrative that the administration wanted 2014 to advance—the one where employment rose, the war in Afghanistan ended, and the president walked tall in the face of gridlock.

http://www.nationaljournal.com/white-house/ob...
Just Saying

Greensburg, PA

#58488 Sep 19, 2014
Can't compose your own comments? How so very sad!
Richard Nixon

West Mifflin, PA

#58489 Sep 19, 2014
Yeah and this rate Obama's ratings will be so low he wont win a 3rd term =(
Richard Nixon

West Mifflin, PA

#58490 Sep 19, 2014
Rand Paul on ISIS:'Intervention Created This Chaos'

In a long speech on the Senate floor, the Kentucky Republican laid out his foreign policy vision, and took transparent swipes at members of his own party.

He also took the opportunity to assert his broader views on foreign policy, which critics say have endured flip-flopping over the last few months. Paul criticized both the Bush and Obama administrations for interventionist tendencies, blaming the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria on past meddling in the Middle East. Intervention, he said, "toppled secular dictators," leading to the radical jihadist groups of today in places like Libya.

"When does a track record of being consistently wrong stop you from being a so-called expert when the next crisis comes up?" Paul questioned. "We should remember that they were wrong. There were no WMDs, that Hussein, Qadhafi, and Assad were not a threat to us. Doesn't make them good, but they were not a threat to us."

In a possible dig at John McCain, he alluded to a falsehood he's brought up before: that the Arizona senator may have been cozy with future ISIS members.

Look at the shocking video here:

http://www.nationaljournal.com/congress/rand-...

You wont hear this story on Faux Noise !
Ed Swindell

West Mifflin, PA

#58491 Sep 19, 2014
Bush/Cheney Created Conditions That Led Directly to ISIL !!

It takes a lot of gall for people like Dick Cheney to utter even one critical word about President Obama's strategy to eliminate the threat of ISIL in the Middle East.

In fact, it was the unnecessary Bush/Cheney Iraq War that created the conditions that led directly to the rise of the "Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant" (ISIL).

Former George H.W. Bush Secretary of State James Baker said as much on this week's edition of "Meet the Press." He noted that after the first President Bush had ousted Saddam Hussein from Kuwait in 1991, the U.S. had refrained from marching on Baghdad precisely to avoid kicking over the sectarian hornet's nest that was subsequently unleashed by the Bush/Cheney attack on Iraq in 2003.

But it wasn't just the War in Iraq itself that set the stage for the subsequent 12 years of renewed, high-intensity sectarian strife between Sunni's and Shiites in the Middle East. It was also what came after.

Bush's "de-Baathification program" eliminated all vestiges of Sunni power in Iraqi society and set the stage for the Sunni insurrection against American occupation and the new Shiite-led government. Bush disbanded the entire Sunni-dominated Iraqi Army and bureaucracy. He didn't change it. He didn't make it more inclusive of Shiites and Kurds. He just disbanded it. It is no accident that two of the top commanders of today's ISIL are former commanders in the Saddam-era Iraqi military.

You wont hear about this on Faux Noise.

Read more of the shocking true story here:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-creamer/...
Just Saying

Greensburg, PA

#58492 Sep 19, 2014
Hillary will serve Obama's third term, Dick!
WH Mimics Southern Border

Clarks Summit, PA

#58493 Sep 20, 2014
White House security breach prompts search due to fears intruder left something on lawn
September 20, 2014

The Secret Service, under intense scrutiny after a man jumped the White House fence and got through the front doors, on Saturday morning conducted a full sweep of the crime scene, in a search for evidence.
...
He was tackled just inside the doors of the North Portico, the grand, columned entrance that looks out over Pennsylvania Avenue.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/09/20/wh...
No-Conviction Hillary

Clarks Summit, PA

#58494 Sep 20, 2014
Hillary Clinton — a woman of no convictions
August 12, 2014

The rank spectacle of ex-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton suddenly turning on her commander in chief and former boss to shiv him in the back over the burning ruins she helped make of the Middle East is staggering to behold.

The brassiness, dishonesty and shamelessness as she slides into yet another presidential campaign season is enough to choke that old Arkansas draft mule of a husband she hitched her career to. The scheming calculation of it all would make Lady Macbeth take to the bed for blushing.

How on earth did such a crafty street fighter get so completely trounced by such a naive rookie like Barack Obama in 2008?

That Mrs. Clinton would up and disavow President Obama’s policy of ceding the entire world to evil forces — a policy she embraced and enforced for four years as his top diplomat — is a little hard to accept now as genuine.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/aug/...
Ann R

West Mifflin, PA

#58495 Sep 20, 2014
WH Mimics Southern Border wrote:
White House security breach prompts search due to fears intruder left something on lawn
September 20, 2014
The Secret Service, under intense scrutiny after a man jumped the White House fence and got through the front doors, on Saturday morning conducted a full sweep of the crime scene, in a search for evidence.
...
He was tackled just inside the doors of the North Portico, the grand, columned entrance that looks out over Pennsylvania Avenue.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/09/20/wh...
The man was identified as Mitt Romney that scaled the fence and broke into the White House, that's the only way Mitt could get into the White House sources revealed.
HAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!
Gary

Mckeesport, PA

#58497 Sep 20, 2014
Ed Swindell wrote:
A growing number of polls indicating that Gov. Tom Corbett is headed toward a significant election-day loss are shifting the political conversation in Pennsylvania.
Now, party officials and campaign professionals are increasingly analyzing the potential spillover from an anti-Corbett vote on races for Congress and the state Legislature.
In political parlance, it’s the “coattails” theory — the worse Corbett does, the worse every other Republican candidate does.
Generally, Republicans worry that party voters who are turned off by Corbett will simply stay home
Vote Tom Wolf for Governor !
Yeah baby!
"Generally, Republicans worry that party voters who are turned off by Corbett will simply stay home"...Wrong! We will be out voting in the masses! But guess what the polls say regarding who is historically known not to vote or even care? ;) Any guess?
abdul

United States

#58498 Sep 21, 2014
Richard Nixon wrote:
Rand Paul on ISIS:'Intervention Created This Chaos'
In a long speech on the Senate floor, the Kentucky Republican laid out his foreign policy vision, and took transparent swipes at members of his own party.
He also took the opportunity to assert his broader views on foreign policy, which critics say have endured flip-flopping over the last few months. Paul criticized both the Bush and Obama administrations for interventionist tendencies, blaming the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria on past meddling in the Middle East. Intervention, he said, "toppled secular dictators," leading to the radical jihadist groups of today in places like Libya.
"When does a track record of being consistently wrong stop you from being a so-called expert when the next crisis comes up?" Paul questioned. "We should remember that they were wrong. There were no WMDs, that Hussein, Qadhafi, and Assad were not a threat to us. Doesn't make them good, but they were not a threat to us."
In a possible dig at John McCain, he alluded to a falsehood he's brought up before: that the Arizona senator may have been cozy with future ISIS members.
Look at the shocking video here:
http://www.nationaljournal.com/congress/rand-...
You wont hear this story on Faux Noise !
Islam is not a religion, it's a disease. As with any disease, you must kill it's ability to breed to keep it from spreading.
Abdul is wrong

Greensburg, PA

#58499 Sep 21, 2014
Bigotry, whether disguised as devout Islam, Christianity, Hinduism or Judaism, is indeed a disease, and the vaccine is education, not genocide.
Baptist Gay Guy

Quakertown, PA

#58502 Sep 21, 2014
Arch Bishop Bobby wrote:
You could always join the Catholic Religion where the priests rape our young boys. Being a pedophile is a disease with NO cure in sight. But keep giving more in the collection plate so they can hire top notch attorneys to keep these pedophile priests out of prison.
It sounds like since you're not Catholic your "young boys" are not ours. And thank you for your input as a pedophile.

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