Clintons Smelly Poo Pile

Wilkes Barre, PA

#58461 Sep 16, 2014
Ex-official claims Clinton allies scrubbed Benghazi documents in secret session
September 15, 2014

A former State Department official has told lawmakers that Hillary Clinton allies privately removed politically damaging documents before turning over files to the supposedly independent board investigating the Benghazi terror attack.

The account from Raymond Maxwell, former head of the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (NEA), was first published in The Daily Signal. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, confirmed to FoxNews.com on Monday that Maxwell told him and other lawmakers the same story when they privately interviewed him last year about the attacks and their aftermath.

Chaffetz said that Maxwell claimed Clinton's chief of staff and deputy chief of staff were overseeing the document operation, which allegedly took place on a weekend in a basement office of the State Department.

"What they were looking for is anything that made them look bad. That's the way it was described to us," Chaffetz said.

According to Chaffetz' account of his interview with Maxwell, as well as the Daily Signal report by Sharyl Attkisson, Maxwell said those scrubbing the documents were looking for information that would cast Clinton and senior leaders in a "bad light."

Chaffetz said such documents were said to be removed, so that Congress and the Accountability Review Board -- the board probing security lapses as well as the attack's aftermath -- would not see them.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/09/15/da...
Failed Dem Legislation

Wilkes Barre, PA

#58462 Sep 16, 2014
Businesses report cutting jobs due to ObamaCare
September 16, 2014

Businesses are cutting jobs due to ObamaCare, according to surveys by several regional Federal Reserve Banks.

Health economist John Goodman noted that "three Federal Reserve Banks in Philadelphia, New York and Atlanta have surveyed the folks in their area and roughly one fifth of the employers are saying they cut back on employment.

“Roughly one fifth are saying they're moving from full time to part time,” Goodman added.“More than one in ten are saying they're doing more outsourcing - all this because of the new health care reform."

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/09/16/bu...
Ed Swindell

West Mifflin, PA

#58463 Sep 16, 2014
Gov. Tom Corbett's administration asks Pennsylvania court to block another Jerry Sandusky-related email request.!!
Read more here:

http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/20...
Ed Swindell

West Mifflin, PA

#58464 Sep 16, 2014
Ex-Tom Corbett Staffer Complains Of Porn Culture, Gender Discrimination !!!!!!!

The Pennsylvania attorney general's office paid a $15,000 settlement to a female agent who accused executives of sharing pornographic emails and making derogatory comments to women while Tom Corbett, who is now the state's Republican governor, was in charge.

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported that the agent, Dianne Buckwash, alleged in a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that the men in the attorney general's office held all the power, women were rarely promoted and executives in the Criminal Law Division were known to email around photos of nude women and "adults engaged in sex acts." Buckwash said the events occurred during the administrations of then-Attorney General Corbett, who served from 1995 to 1997 and 2005 to 2010, and Linda Kelly, who served as attorney general in 2011 and 2012.

Read more here:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/04/tom-...

VOTE TOM WOLF FOR GOVERNOR
TOM CORBETT CANT BE TRUSTED !!!

HE COVERED UP FOR JERRY SANDUSKY

VOTE TOM WOLF HE'S LEADING ALL POLLS BY 35%
VOTE FOR A WINNER !!

YEAH BABY!
Mark

United States

#58465 Sep 16, 2014
Ed Swindell wrote:
Gov. Tom Corbett's administration asks Pennsylvania court to block another Jerry Sandusky-related email request.!!
Read more here:
http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/20...
haha! You go Tom! Lose those email just like the scum bag Obama cronies at the IRS! Haha! Yeah Baby!
Fact Presenter

Erie, PA

#58466 Sep 16, 2014
Ed Swindell wrote:
Ex-Tom Corbett Staffer Complains Of Porn Culture, Gender Discrimination !!!!!!!
The Pennsylvania attorney general's office paid a $15,000 settlement to a female agent who accused executives of sharing pornographic emails and making derogatory comments to women while Tom Corbett, who is now the state's Republican governor, was in charge.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported that the agent, Dianne Buckwash, alleged in a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that the men in the attorney general's office held all the power, women were rarely promoted and executives in the Criminal Law Division were known to email around photos of nude women and "adults engaged in sex acts." Buckwash said the events occurred during the administrations of then-Attorney General Corbett, who served from 1995 to 1997 and 2005 to 2010, and Linda Kelly, who served as attorney general in 2011 and 2012.
Read more here:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/04/tom-...
VOTE TOM WOLF FOR GOVERNOR
TOM CORBETT CANT BE TRUSTED !!!
HE COVERED UP FOR JERRY SANDUSKY
VOTE TOM WOLF HE'S LEADING ALL POLLS BY 35%
VOTE FOR A WINNER !!
YEAH BABY!
And tom Wolf wants to raise taxes on the middle class to get cash to hand out to the parasites on welfare that vote for him. Tom Wolf already has the parasite vote and he just needs a few ignorant middle-class and females to vote against their own well being to become governor. At which time he will personally put his hand into your paycheck and take as much as he can to pay off the parasites.
Bill Scranton

West Mifflin, PA

#58467 Sep 16, 2014
Fact Presenter wrote:
<quoted text>
And tom Wolf wants to raise taxes on the middle class to get cash to hand out to the parasites on welfare that vote for him. Tom Wolf already has the parasite vote and he just needs a few ignorant middle-class and females to vote against their own well being to become governor. At which time he will personally put his hand into your paycheck and take as much as he can to pay off the parasites.
The only parasites I know of are in Lake Erie where the town drinks that water while the water treatment plant catches all the condoms before that water gets inside your faucet.
Tom Ridge

West Mifflin, PA

#58468 Sep 16, 2014
Fact Presenter wrote:
<quoted text>
And tom Wolf wants to raise taxes on the middle class to get cash to hand out to the parasites on welfare that vote for him. Tom Wolf already has the parasite vote and he just needs a few ignorant middle-class and females to vote against their own well being to become governor. At which time he will personally put his hand into your paycheck and take as much as he can to pay off the parasites.
You're a two time loser you voted for Mutt Robme and he lost and you'll vote for one term Tom which will get his clocked clean by Wolf...Free healthcare and cheese for the dead beats!
Yeah Baby!
Tony

Mckeesport, PA

#58469 Sep 16, 2014
Tom Ridge wrote:
<quoted text>
You're a two time loser you voted for Mutt Robme and he lost and you'll vote for one term Tom which will get his clocked clean by Wolf...Free healthcare and cheese for the dead beats!
Yeah Baby!
Liberals are the weakest, phoneyest class in America. They portray nothing but the phoniest compassion for minorities. They continue to try and connivence blacks they are stupid to push their own agenda of living off of another mans dollar because they are unskilled, weak and unable to provide for their own family. Liberals once had a very productive purpose but now you are just the retards of our society.
Voter

Mckeesport, PA

#58470 Sep 16, 2014
Tom Ridge wrote:
<quoted text>
You're a two time loser you voted for Mutt Robme and he lost and you'll vote for one term Tom which will get his clocked clean by Wolf...Free healthcare and cheese for the dead beats!
Yeah Baby!
Tom Corbett is on his second term right?
Mellisa

West Mifflin, PA

#58471 Sep 16, 2014
There is no “Holy Grail” of property tax reform. Any property tax reform measure will involve shifting the tax levy from one type of tax to another – there’s no free ride. But there are ways to fund our schools and to ensure a better education for our children that are fairer and more effective than property taxes.
Many Pennsylvanians lose their homes and a lifetime’s work to sheriff’s sales each year because they can no longer afford to pay their property taxes. Senior citizens on fixed incomes are increasingly forced to sell their homes because of unrelenting increases in their tax burden. Young families cannot afford to purchase a home because the per-month property tax escrow is simply too high. Multigenerational family farms are being sold piece by piece to pay property taxes, devastating Pennsylvania agriculture. School districts in areas of the state with limited population and no commercial tax base are in distress and are unable to afford to give their children a quality education. Job losses, outmigration, and abysmal state economic performance caused by burdensome property taxes are devastating Pennsylvania’s economy.
A sensible, broad-based, statewide and state-administered property tax replacement funding source is needed eliminate an antiquated and regressive property tax system, to end these educational inequities, to return home ownership to the homeowner instead of allowing the government to effectively own our homes, and to restore Pennsylvania’s economic vitality.
THE BOTTOM LINE: Our current system of school funding is crumbling. This decay has been occurring for many years and continues to escalate. Home foreclosures and tax sales are occurring at an expanding rate and the home market is at a standstill. The opportunity to fund education from a statewide source is rapidly vanishing as relentlessly rising property taxes outpace available revenue. This will have major implications for school districts statewide. It can no longer be ignored or diminished. Replacement of the school property tax must be accomplished now.
http://www.ptcc.us/solution.htm
Tony

Mckeesport, PA

#58472 Sep 17, 2014
Mellisa wrote:
There is no “Holy Grail” of property tax reform. Any property tax reform measure will involve shifting the tax levy from one type of tax to another – there’s no free ride. But there are ways to fund our schools and to ensure a better education for our children that are fairer and more effective than property taxes.
Many Pennsylvanians lose their homes and a lifetime’s work to sheriff’s sales each year because they can no longer afford to pay their property taxes. Senior citizens on fixed incomes are increasingly forced to sell their homes because of unrelenting increases in their tax burden. Young families cannot afford to purchase a home because the per-month property tax escrow is simply too high. Multigenerational family farms are being sold piece by piece to pay property taxes, devastating Pennsylvania agriculture. School districts in areas of the state with limited population and no commercial tax base are in distress and are unable to afford to give their children a quality education. Job losses, outmigration, and abysmal state economic performance caused by burdensome property taxes are devastating Pennsylvania’s economy.
A sensible, broad-based, statewide and state-administered property tax replacement funding source is needed eliminate an antiquated and regressive property tax system, to end these educational inequities, to return home ownership to the homeowner instead of allowing the government to effectively own our homes, and to restore Pennsylvania’s economic vitality.
THE BOTTOM LINE: Our current system of school funding is crumbling. This decay has been occurring for many years and continues to escalate. Home foreclosures and tax sales are occurring at an expanding rate and the home market is at a standstill. The opportunity to fund education from a statewide source is rapidly vanishing as relentlessly rising property taxes outpace available revenue. This will have major implications for school districts statewide. It can no longer be ignored or diminished. Replacement of the school property tax must be accomplished now.
http://www.ptcc.us/solution.htm
BS. Personally my taxes have went down this year. Our school district this year has received about 23 million year alone. We have had construction going on for years which has resulted in almost every one of our brick and mortar schools being renovated and a completely new one built that is up and running. Liberals are hell bent on taxing to death a new industry which employs ten of thousands of Blue Collar workers which will ultimately take hours off their pay checks, food off their table and decease expansion and hiring. Not to mention the trickle down effect. Get you hand out of the working man/women's wallet and get your own. If you don't believe public education is adequate consider a private school. Providing for your own family is a honorable thing. Expecting somebody else to so is not.
Henri

Woodbury, NJ

#58474 Sep 17, 2014
Lol
wolfman

West Mifflin, PA

#58475 Sep 17, 2014
Voter wrote:
<quoted text> Tom Corbett is on his second term right?
Ummmmmmmm .....nope , he wont make it LOL!
wolfman

West Mifflin, PA

#58476 Sep 17, 2014
Tony wrote:
<quoted text> BS. Personally my taxes have went down this year. Our school district this year has received about 23 million year alone. We have had construction going on for years which has resulted in almost every one of our brick and mortar schools being renovated and a completely new one built that is up and running. Liberals are hell bent on taxing to death a new industry which employs ten of thousands of Blue Collar workers which will ultimately take hours off their pay checks, food off their table and decease expansion and hiring. Not to mention the trickle down effect. Get you hand out of the working man/women's wallet and get your own. If you don't believe public education is adequate consider a private school. Providing for your own family is a honorable thing. Expecting somebody else to so is not.
As I read many articles your kids in McKeesport are on the bottom of the barrel as far as intelligence goes, you're down there with Clairton, Duquesne, Woodland Hills, keep building those new schools to turn out more morons ! LOL!
LOL! They raised your school taxes half a mill this year ? Your taxes went down ? LMAO!

Vote Tom Wolf
He's leading all the polls be at least 25 points !
Corbett is a one term nightmare.
Yeah baby !
old timer

Pittsburgh, PA

#58477 Sep 18, 2014
Mellisa wrote:
There is no “Holy Grail” of property tax reform. Any property tax reform measure will involve shifting the tax levy from one type of tax to another – there’s no free ride. But there are ways to fund our schools and to ensure a better education for our children that are fairer and more effective than property taxes.
Many Pennsylvanians lose their homes and a lifetime’s work to sheriff’s sales each year because they can no longer afford to pay their property taxes. Senior citizens on fixed incomes are increasingly forced to sell their homes because of unrelenting increases in their tax burden. Young families cannot afford to purchase a home because the per-month property tax escrow is simply too high. Multigenerational family farms are being sold piece by piece to pay property taxes, devastating Pennsylvania agriculture. School districts in areas of the state with limited population and no commercial tax base are in distress and are unable to afford to give their children a quality education. Job losses, outmigration, and abysmal state economic performance caused by burdensome property taxes are devastating Pennsylvania’s economy.
A sensible, broad-based, statewide and state-administered property tax replacement funding source is needed eliminate an antiquated and regressive property tax system, to end these educational inequities, to return home ownership to the homeowner instead of allowing the government to effectively own our homes, and to restore Pennsylvania’s economic vitality.
THE BOTTOM LINE: Our current system of school funding is crumbling. This decay has been occurring for many years and continues to escalate. Home foreclosures and tax sales are occurring at an expanding rate and the home market is at a standstill. The opportunity to fund education from a statewide source is rapidly vanishing as relentlessly rising property taxes outpace available revenue. This will have major implications for school districts statewide. It can no longer be ignored or diminished. Replacement of the school property tax must be accomplished now.
http://www.ptcc.us/solution.htm
Raise them taxes! The h**l with the kids. The teachers need more money and pensions
Tony

Mckeesport, PA

#58478 Sep 18, 2014
wolfman wrote:
<quoted text> As I read many articles your kids in McKeesport are on the bottom of the barrel as far as intelligence goes, you're down there with Clairton, Duquesne, Woodland Hills, keep building those new schools to turn out more morons ! LOL!
LOL! They raised your school taxes half a mill this year ? Your taxes went down ? LMAO!
Vote Tom Wolf
He's leading all the polls be at least 25 points !
Corbett is a one term nightmare.
Yeah baby !
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.
Failed Dem Leadership

Wilkes Barre, PA

#58479 Sep 18, 2014
Obama’s ship is sinking
September 14, 2014
...
The whole second term has been a string of disasters, with the toxic brew of his Obamacare lies, middling economic growth and violent global breakdown casting doubt on the president’s stewardship. Six years into his tenure, nothing is going as promised.

Earlier on, he could have trotted out his teleprompters and turned public opinion his way, or at least stopped the damage. But the magic of his rhetoric is long gone, and not just because the public has tuned him out.

They’ve tuned him out because they’ve made up their minds about him. They no longer trust him and don’t think he’s a good leader.

Most ominously, they feel less safe now than they did when he took office. Americans know the war on terror isn’t over, no matter what their president claims.

Those findings turned up in a tsunami of recent polls that amount to a public vote of no confidence.

They shook up the White House so much that the plan to grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants was put on hold to try to protect Democratic candidates from voter wrath in November.

That was a necessary tactical retreat, but it doesn’t change the ­basic calculation. The president’s problem is that he has been wrong about virtually every major issue.

His worldview, his politics, his prejudices, his habits — they’ve been a mismatch for the country and its needs. He has been a dud even in the one area where he seemed a lock to make things better, racial relations.

Only 10 percent believe race relations have improved under him, while 35 percent said they are worse, according to a New York Times survey. The remainder said there wasn’t much change either way.

That’s shocking — but not surprising. Barack Obama was not ready to be president, and still isn’t. It is a fantasy to believe he’ll master the art in his final two years.

The lasting image will be his yukking it up on the golf course minutes after giving a perfunctory speech on the beheading of James Foley. It revealed him as hollow,both to America and the world, and there is no way to un-see the emptiness.

http://nypost.com/2014/09/14/obamas-ship-is-s...
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

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