Who do you support for Governor in Pe...
GOP Man is slap happy

Oakmont, PA

#55566 Jan 16, 2014
Approx. 13% of Americans don't even have a HS diploma, and only about 30% have a college degree. Twice that many have some college, but that clearly demonstrates it still is a discriminating factor, however, foolish GOP Man. You do avoid specifying becoming a college graduate is easy. Matriculation is not the goal, fool, graduation is... so one might reasonably assume you are one of 'some college" crowd that erroneously believe they are "educated."

Keep trying, putz!

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55568 Jan 16, 2014
I don't know. I'm stuck with this HTC One and it's about cashed out. Never had any help from the government though. That's for dumb tea baggers, obviously:

http://www.businessinsider.com/red-states-are...

You tea baggers lock yourselves in your gubment trailers until you get your ammo check. You're all the exact same demographic - old, white, delusionally-religious, maybe graduated high school, no college and have always been laborers.

And why do you call them Obamaphones when Bush started the program? More teabag logic.

But it's funny, so keep it up.
Mountain Boy

Hyattsville, MD

#55570 Jan 16, 2014
Good one Bacon...this one is especially dim witted ...his level of maturity seems to be somewhere in the teen years with his beautiful girlfriend..hahah ...I can't even go there...its so damn immature. I wonder how ugly his mother is?
Any thoughts on that question?
She's so ugly that she makes Janet Reno look like Beyonce or someone like that....hahaha....this is the level he's on...he's probably 15 or 16 years old...and then there's low IQ...his limited vision of the world...its like he lives in a mountain village away from civilzation.
Notice his petty taunts...you know the ones nobody wants to respond to because they're so damn stupid and immature. He thinks republican women are more beautiful than Democratic women...hahaha. what a stooge...who the fckkk would even care and of course his girlfriend is much prettier than any Democrats hahaha what a blunt headed fool...this guy is either one of the dumber odd balls or maybe he's actually 15 years old. I think he might just be a teenager living at home with mommy...better not piss this kid off though because he might just throw a temper tantrum and his mother will have to give him a time out...
free willy

West Mifflin, PA

#55572 Jan 16, 2014
Subpoenas looming in New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie bridge scandal

TRENTON, N.J.-- A new investigative committee was preparing subpoenas Thursday for 17 individuals and three organizations as it launched a deeper look into how many employees or appointees of Gov. Chris Christie were involved in ordering lane closures that caused a massive September traffic jam on the George Washington Bridge.

The names on the list weren’t immediately released, but they were expected to include Bridget Kelly, Christie’s former deputy chief of staff, who weeks before the closures sent an email to a close ally of the governor on the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the regional agency that controls the bridge.“Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee,” it said.

http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/politi...
free willy

West Mifflin, PA

#55573 Jan 16, 2014
Stupid. Don't hide the girl Chris.

Let Kelly tell everybody it was her idea,like on the emails,and she can take a slap on the wrist,do some crying for the cameras,and it will all be settled.

No. Hide the girl,get some lawyers.

Makes you look guilty as hell,and you're hiding something where you feel you even need a lawyer.

Christie,Wildstein,Kelly,and some others. Nobody wants to be the only one to wind up in the slammer.

Everybody wants to walk.

Who's gonna eat this? Republicans impeached a President for telling a lie about messing with a girl. Democrats can surely impeach a Governor for conspiracy,and launching an attack against Americans.

LMAO!
Stephanie

Crownsville, MD

#55574 Jan 16, 2014
Condemnation of President Obama's Obamacare roll-out debacle comes from both sides of the aisle.

"It was a management failure,” House Oversight and Government Reform Committee member Gerald Connolly [Democrat] said.

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FederalTimes.com , Jan. 16, 2014

HealthCare.gov becomes poster child for IT reform

The botched development and roll out of Healthcare.gov underscores the need for federal IT reform and the efficient use of cloud computing, according to a pair of House lawmakers.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said there were too many officials involved in the development of the website and no one with ultimate authority over the project.
...
Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., also called for the passage of the bills to help improve federal IT spending and operations in the wake of Healthcare.gov .

“A technical failure in the website called into question the value of the whole enterprise. It was a management failure,” Connolly said at the event.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55575 Jan 16, 2014
Stephanie wrote:
Condemnation of President Obama's Obamacare roll-out debacle comes from both sides of the aisle.
"It was a management failure,” House Oversight and Government Reform Committee member Gerald Connolly [Democrat] said.
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FederalTimes.com , Jan. 16, 2014
HealthCare.gov becomes poster child for IT reform
The botched development and roll out of Healthcare.gov underscores the need for federal IT reform and the efficient use of cloud computing, according to a pair of House lawmakers.
Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said there were too many officials involved in the development of the website and no one with ultimate authority over the project.
...
Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., also called for the passage of the bills to help improve federal IT spending and operations in the wake of Healthcare.gov .
“A technical failure in the website called into question the value of the whole enterprise. It was a management failure,” Connolly said at the event.
Why do you guys reveal your sources? Federal Times? Are you serious? Why not just call it the Planet Teabag Ignorancer?
Darrell

West Mifflin, PA

#55576 Jan 16, 2014
Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., also called for the passage of the bills to help improve federal IT spending and operations in the wake of Healthcare.gov .????

LOL!

DARRELL ISSA ! DISHONORABLE MENTION !!

GREAT SOURCE.......LMAO!

Dishonorable MentionIn the course of his partisan witch hunt to hold the Attorney General in contempt, Rep. Darrell Issa knowingly broke disclosure laws.

During floor debate over a motion to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt over the Fast and Furious operation, the California Republican inserted information from a sealed wiretap application into the Congressional Record.

Disclosing material from a sealed wiretap application without a judge’s permission violates federal law. Rep. Issa knew that he could shield himself from prosecution by including the information in the Congressional Record, which would be protected under the Constitution’s Speech or Debate Clause.

Six-term member of Congress representing California’s 49th district
Illegally published information from a sealed wiretap application in the Congressional Record
Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee
One of three members from California named to CREW’s Most Corrupt

Looky here:

http://www.crewsmostcorrupt.org/mostcorrupt/e...
Davie

Fleetwood, PA

#55577 Jan 17, 2014
You people are all f'd up talk talk talk it does nothing Obama will do what he wants, congress will do what they want, senate will do what they want and so on down the line. Not a one of them will do what the people want. Health care is a joke. Who pays for it? Not the person that signs up, the working stiffs of the country will pay for it. It's all b/s and you all buy into it. I say again GET OVER IT.
BIcurious George

San Antonio, TX

#55578 Jan 17, 2014
I'm gaping so much from reading this forum that I bet you can see my liver.
dead people voting

West Mifflin, PA

#55579 Jan 17, 2014
A Republican Pennsylvania judge strikes down state's voter ID law

A Pennsylvania judge has found the state's voter ID law unconstitutional.

The requirement was challenged in court after Republican legislators passed it and Gov. Tom Corbett signed it into law by in March 2012.

Witold Walczak, legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania and one of the lead attorneys for the challengers, wrote in an email: "Once the Commonwealth admitted they couldn't identify any of the fraud supposedly prevented by the voter ID law, the act was plainly revealed to be nothing more than a voter suppression tool."

Corbett administration officials could not be reached for immediate comment.

In his ruling, Judge McGinley wrote that the law poses "a substantial threat" to hundreds of thousands of qualified voters.

"Voting laws are designed to assure a free and fair election; the Voter ID Law does not further this goal," the decision reads.

Pennsylvania had moved to make acceptable identification more easily available, but the law's challengers argued this was not enough.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55580 Jan 17, 2014
dead people voting wrote:
A Republican Pennsylvania judge strikes down state's voter ID law
A Pennsylvania judge has found the state's voter ID law unconstitutional.
The requirement was challenged in court after Republican legislators passed it and Gov. Tom Corbett signed it into law by in March 2012.
Witold Walczak, legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania and one of the lead attorneys for the challengers, wrote in an email: "Once the Commonwealth admitted they couldn't identify any of the fraud supposedly prevented by the voter ID law, the act was plainly revealed to be nothing more than a voter suppression tool."
Corbett administration officials could not be reached for immediate comment.
In his ruling, Judge McGinley wrote that the law poses "a substantial threat" to hundreds of thousands of qualified voters.
"Voting laws are designed to assure a free and fair election; the Voter ID Law does not further this goal," the decision reads.
Pennsylvania had moved to make acceptable identification more easily available, but the law's challengers argued this was not enough.
We already have voter ID laws. It's called voter registration. These are just imaginary problems to keep black people from voting.
BO STINKS

Louisville, KY

#55582 Jan 17, 2014
You really are a dumb white girl.
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
We already have voter ID laws. It's called voter registration. These are just imaginary problems to keep black people from voting.
Obamaphone

Quakertown, PA

#55583 Jan 17, 2014
curious George wrote:
I think they are called Obamaphones when that toothless illiterate black woman was ranting how she hated Romney and loved Obama because she "gots a free Obamaphone".
Surely you remember one of your own?
You mean this lady..

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55584 Jan 17, 2014
Obamaphone wrote:
<quoted text>
You mean this lady.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =tpAOwJvTOioXX
Bush started the program. They're Bushphones.
Ann R

West Mifflin, PA

#55585 Jan 17, 2014
Georgia Runs Out of Food Stamps ..

Yes folks a RED state that voted for Romney..........

One of the 10 RED states that are on leading in food stamp distribution........the 47% of moochers and freeloaders that want free shit!
THE RED STATES !

BO STINKS

Louisville, KY

#55587 Jan 17, 2014
Try to get your mind off the Bush for a second....

Established in 1985,(Reagan) the Lifeline Program provided poor people with access to emergency services, families, and jobs.

The program was expanded in 1996(Clinton) to include cell phones.

The first cell phone service was begun in 2008(Obama)

I hear dead people can get an Obama phone these days.
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Bush started the program. They're Bushphones.
BO STINKS

Louisville, KY

#55588 Jan 17, 2014
Thanks for shedding the light on all those white, GOP, red state leeches !!!!!

LMAO !!!!
Ann R wrote:
Georgia Runs Out of Food Stamps ..
Yes folks a RED state that voted for Romney..........
One of the 10 RED states that are on leading in food stamp distribution........the 47% of moochers and freeloaders that want free shit!
THE RED STATES !
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Ufk7IXdxc-cXX

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#55589 Jan 17, 2014
BO STINKS wrote:
Try to get your mind off the Bush for a second....
Established in 1985,(Reagan) the Lifeline Program provided poor people with access to emergency services, families, and jobs.
The program was expanded in 1996(Clinton) to include cell phones.
The first cell phone service was begun in 2008(Obama)
I hear dead people can get an Obama phone these days.
<quoted text>
You're confused. Again.

Started under Bush. Not a taxpayer-funded program.

http://thinkprogress.org/election/2012/09/27/...

http://www.factcheck.org/2009/10/the-obama-ph...
Homestead Homo LOL

Clearfield, PA

#55590 Jan 17, 2014
dead people voting wrote:
A Republican Pennsylvania judge strikes down state's voter ID law
A Pennsylvania judge has found the state's voter ID law unconstitutional.
The requirement was challenged in court after Republican legislators passed it and Gov. Tom Corbett signed it into law by in March 2012.
Witold Walczak, legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania and one of the lead attorneys for the challengers, wrote in an email: "Once the Commonwealth admitted they couldn't identify any of the fraud supposedly prevented by the voter ID law, the act was plainly revealed to be nothing more than a voter suppression tool."
Corbett administration officials could not be reached for immediate comment.
In his ruling, Judge McGinley wrote that the law poses "a substantial threat" to hundreds of thousands of qualified voters.
"Voting laws are designed to assure a free and fair election; the Voter ID Law does not further this goal," the decision reads.
Pennsylvania had moved to make acceptable identification more easily available, but the law's challengers argued this was not enough.
Yeah, we don't need any ID to vote. The government needs to do away with the following ID's to name a few...driver license, ID to purchase liqueur, social security cards, ID to file income tax returns, and we sure don't need any ID's or be forced to register for Obamacare now do we my pet leech? People like you are just retarded.

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