Who do you support for Governor in Pe...
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#52270 Aug 27, 2013
[QUOTE who="Homestead, PA"]<quoted text>and 1% think it's in Clearfield ,Pa LMAO![/QUOTE]You're just as stupid when you post as the inbred bobby6464. Go back into the closet, DUDE>>>LMFAO @ the wanta be soldier.

No one cares what McCain says dickwad. Go find some more copy and paste articles and this time find some that are even older. You couldn't come up with an original thought even if it meant saving your monthly welfare check.
Dave Rogers

Clearfield, PA

#52271 Aug 27, 2013
dbar wrote:
<quoted text>
more right wing garbage.
"Problem is, the chart is full of errors. I traced it back to the man who made it, a newspaper publisher in Mississippi, and found that the math, methodology, and logic he used to generate the chart, as well as an op-ed he wrote to accompany it, are wholly unsound"
"- It starts with Emmerich overestimating the taxes that the $60,000-a-year family would pay. He was off by over $5k.(His calculation would be based on a taxable income of $60k, meaning a gross income considerably higher.)
#- He inaccurately suggests that the $14,500 household would get Medicaid.(They wouldn't -- in Mississippi, they're living high on the hog and don't qualify for Medicaid.)
#- He guestimated that the premiums on a medical policy for the $60k family would be $16,500 a year and then assigned that dollar amount to the family's Medicaid "benefit" (even though they're ineligible for Medicaid); Singal did a quick search and found a reasonable policy for under $500 a month, or about $6000.(Note that the poorer family would pay that same amount for health insurance --$6,000 a year -- since they don't qualify for Medicaid, although the kids might be about to get CHIP with the parent's insurance costs lower; under our current system, however, that parent and sole breadwinner would likely go without insurance, thus placing the family in more jeopardy for income lost due to illness.)
#In case you're counting, we're at about $15k that Emmerich has misapplied on his chart... and that's the easy stuff,
LMFAO....even your replies are copy and paste dannyboy.

Quakertown, PA

#52274 Aug 28, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
Does Obama know he’s fighting on al-Qa’ida’s side?
27 August 2013
If Barack Obama decides to attack the Syrian regime, he has ensured – for the very first time in history – that the United States will be on the same side as al-Qa’ida.
Quite an alliance! Was it not the Three Musketeers who shouted “All for one and one for all” each time they sought combat? This really should be the new battle cry if – or when – the statesmen of the Western world go to war against Bashar al-Assad.
The men who destroyed so many thousands on 9/11 will then be fighting alongside the very nation whose innocents they so cruelly murdered almost exactly 12 years ago. Quite an achievement for Obama, Cameron, Hollande and the rest of the miniature warlords.
and you missed

"In Iraq, we went to war on the basis of lies originally uttered by fakers and conmen."

Quakertown, PA

#52275 Aug 28, 2013
The BHO Legacy wrote:
Obama: MLK 'would like' ObamaCare
President Obama said in a radio interview airing Tuesday that civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. would approve of his signature health care reform law.
"Oh, he would like that," Obama told radio hosts Tom Joyner and Sybil Wilkes in an interview from the White House. "Well, because I think he understood that health care, health security is not a privilege; it’s something that in a country as wealthy as ours, everybody should have access to."
yes perhaps MLK would like a program taken largely from a Governors health care plan.

Quakertown, PA

#52280 Aug 28, 2013
chart full of errors wrote:
Welfare pays more than work in most states
Looking for a good paying job?
Well, look no further.
No, really, stop looking.
In 35 states, welfare benefits pay more than a minimum wage job, according to a new study by the libertarian Cato Institute, and in 13 states welfare pays more than $15 per hour.
“One of the single best ways to climb out of poverty is taking a job, but as long as welfare provides a better standard of living than an entry-level job, recipients will continue to choose it over work,” said Michael Tanner, senior policy analyst and co-author of the study.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/08/20/study-welfa...
even more right wing garbage.

written in 1995 before welfare reform.
it also compares apples to oranges.

"It is, of course, possible to overgeneralize from the above statistics. Not every welfare recipient fits the profile, and many who do fit it do not receive all the benefits listed."

so they are comparing extremes with averages.

Quakertown, PA

#52281 Aug 28, 2013
Snuffy wrote:
... yep, anything free fo' da folks. Try working for something - that would be a hopeful change.
Hey, Martin, keep dreamin'! LOL

""Direct payment subsidies are provided without regard to the economic need of the recipients or the financial condition of the farm economy."



"Stiglich said it's hypocritical for a fellow Republican to receive federal farm aid, especially because LaMalfa has billed himself as a leader in the fight against expensive government entitlement programs.

"When it meets his personal interest, it's not a big entitlement," Stiglich said.

Gregory Cheadle, a Happy Valley Republican, agreed.

"You can't condemn welfare recipients on one end then get welfare on the other end," Cheadle said. " I mean 5 million bucks? Come on."

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52282 Aug 28, 2013
The true American patriotic movement is steam rolling all over these racial hating radical tea bags, and now they scream like stuck little pigs, ahhhhhh them dumb asses. Hey Snuffy, america will shove President Obama care down your throat. We all know you prefer Limbaugh's nut juice, gulp gulp sippy sip. Your tea bag dreams will fail
D Cheney

West Mifflin, PA

#52287 Aug 28, 2013
US Republican Hawks Line Up in Support of Syria Strikes

Prominent US Republican lawmakers are lining up behind military strikes in Syria, forming a rare alliance with the Democratic commander in chief.

With House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and other Republican leaders pressing Obama to consult Congress before green-lighting strikes, the support of the party’s hawks and interventionists could be key — especially with polls showing a majority of Americans are skeptical of a Syria mission.

That’s because GOP members such as Senate Foreign Relations Committee Ranking Member Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee, House Armed Services Committee Chairman Rep. Howard “Buck” McKeon of California and former House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Peter King of New York have sway within their caucuses.

Obama is a food stamp president ,but lets invade Syria, so we can drain any money in Medicare and Social Security from those 47% of moochers we have, hell with them,lets blow up Syria ,if we lose soldiers on the ground we have more of those 47% ers that will fire at the enemy and come home in a wooden box!! Money is no object when we are at war !!! Lets break the bank and add to the debt !! NO more stimulas for the people,we need this money for wars !


United States

#52292 Aug 28, 2013


Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#52295 Aug 28, 2013
OMG!!! This thread is THREE YEARS OLD..Make a Political Updated thread for the present time about Syria or Whatever Country ???

Maybe then..This Gettysburg Forum will be HOPPING!!!

HASN'T hopoed..SINCE the CASINO Thread...a few years bacccck!!!

WHAT SAY..Chicks/Dudes???

Pittsburgh, PA

#52297 Aug 29, 2013
This thread is all over pa -- not -JUST- Gettysburg....moron.

You are getting like Davenport....you think the whole town is noting but perves and thugs....

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#52300 Aug 29, 2013
Tim Scott Didn’t Speak At MLK Event Because He Declined Invitation To Attend

A source connected to the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington said Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), the only sitting black senator, was not invited to speak at the event because his office had declined an invitation to attend the commemoration as a spectator, Roll Call reported.

An email exchange obtained by Roll Call showed that an invitation to the 50th anniversary commemoration appeared to be sent to all members of Congress, as the form letter identified the recipient as "Representative" rather than by name.

The exchange showed that a staff assistant to Scott, Rachel Shelbourne, sent a reply to the invitation that read in part, "Unfortunately, the Senator will be in South Carolina during this time, so he will be unable to attend the event. Please do, however, keep him in mind for future events you may be hosting," as quoted by Roll Call.

The source explained to Roll Call that the speaking program was largely drafted according to who was able to confirm availability to attend the event.

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) reportedly were invited to speak at the ceremony, but declined.


Selinsgrove, PA

#52301 Aug 29, 2013
woWeO wrote:
This thread is all over pa -- not -JUST- Gettysburg....moron.
You are getting like Davenport....you think the whole town is noting but perves and thugs....
Maybe be visible around PA but who would bother to read a ton of retarded Tamaqua and Rush articles. Much like BHO Legacy makes clear lots of tards here who`s self importance makes them post on a 3 yr old blog. Corbett is a crook -anybody would have been better -just like Romney! Switching to Republican so I can vote mess up the primary votes :)_

Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52303 Aug 29, 2013
Info wars and racial haters united, what a dumb ass
Ann R

West Mifflin, PA

#52310 Aug 29, 2013
WASHINGTON (Reuters) The "47 percent" of U.S. households who owe no federal income tax, memorably disparaged last year by former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, has shrunk to 43 percent, said the research group that produced the original estimate.

New data on Thursday from the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center said 43 percent of households will owe no federal income tax in 2013, down from an estimated 47 percent in 2009.

Looking further ahead, the center forecast that by 2024, about a third of households will owe no federal income tax.

Republicans for years had cited the center's figures, but the 47 percent estimate took on a life of its own after Romney was surreptitiously videotaped at a fundraising event during the presidential campaign saying that he would never win votes from that proportion of Americans, who he said relied on government.

Romney, who lost the November election to President Barack Obama, later said his remarks were misinterpreted.

The center's estimate only encompasses the federal income tax. It does not include state and local, Medicare and Social Security, sales, or other taxes.

About half of the 43 percent will owe no federal income tax because their incomes are too low. The other half will face no income tax because they qualify for credits, such as the earned income tax credit and the child credit.


Since: Jul 12

Portland, Oregon

#52321 Aug 30, 2013
The cut and paste idiot is on a roll, what a joke

Louisville, KY

#52322 Aug 30, 2013
I bet if the muzlims wanted to swim naked with their forty wives then it would be ok with BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA.

Wont be long and BO gonna unite with al-queada in Syria. Nothing like fighting with the people who killed over 3000 Americans on 9-11. What else would you expect from the muslim in charge ?
The BHO Legacy wrote:
Feds forced churches to get baptism permits
August 30, 2013
The National Park Service began enforcing a policy recently that required churches to obtain special use permits in order to baptize in public waters. As part of the same permit process, the NPS also mandated that churches give the Park Service 48 hours advance notice of pending baptisms....
The National Park Service told local churches the permits were needed to “maintain park natural/cultural resources and quality visitor experiences, specific terms and conditions have been established.”
The feds also closed vehicle access to a sandbar along a popular creek in the Ozark Mountains, meaning churches could no longer drive their elderly members to the outdoor baptisms. And to make sure the Baptists behaved, they placed large boulders in the area to block car traffic.
“Like the Baptists and Pentecostals are going to harm natural resources and adversely affect quality visitor experiences by occasionally baptizing new converts?” asked local resident Lewis Leonard.“I can think of a whole lot more activities along the river ways that are not conducive to maintain the natural resources.”
Rep. Jason Smith fired off a letter to the feds on Aug. 21 demanding answers.
“I am very troubled by any federal rule that requires churches to apply for a permit for the purpose of baptism, especially when these traditional activities have been done in the rivers and streams of this nation since its founding,” the congressman wrote.
He pointed out the National Park Service does not require a 48-hour notification from fisherman or swimmers – so why churches?
Red Baron

West Mifflin, PA

#52323 Aug 30, 2013
Obama has power, determination to make own decision on Syria, administration says :

Sen. Bob Corker (Tenn.), the senior Republican on the Foreign Relations Committee, said after Thursday’s administration briefings that he would “support surgical, proportional military strikes given the strong evidence” of chemical weapons use.( well DUH !,it's only been on TV for the last 2 weeks of children and adults dying from chemical weapons )

Since the Republicans strongly supported the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan ,well....look how that turned out...LOL! Did we even find weapons of mass destructions ? The President has full support of his party........why should the GOP yank his crank since they been jacking this President off since day 1 ! Obama says no boots on the ground unlike Colin Powell did in Iraq.....Why is Powell now supporting Obama? Funny how he agreed with Bush and no one had a problem with that....OH WAIT! The Democrats did ! The teabaggers should love war since Bush started two of them....... LMAO!
o boy

Indiana, PA

#52327 Aug 30, 2013
Bruce Willis

West Mifflin, PA

#52329 Aug 30, 2013
Senators McCain And Lindsey Urge No Further Delay In Syria Attack
By Newsroom America Staff at 4:35 pm Eastern

(Newsroom America)-- Republican Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham say the case against the Assad regime's use of chemical weapons is compelling and urged President Obama to "delay no further" in taking military action.

He said no final decision has been made on Syria, but a "limited, narrow act" is under active consideration.

“We urge President Obama to delay no further in taking military action in Syria that could finally change the momentum of this awful and destructive conflict," they said.


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