Corbett's big agenda slows amid details, debate

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Corbett's big agenda slows amid details, debate Issues stalled in Legislature Comments Marc Levy HARRISBURG -- The heady, initial optimism that new Gov.

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Stewart

Whitehall, PA

#1 Jun 5, 2011
He better replace some of the money he took away from public schools. Taxes are on the rise in each and every district to make up for the shortfall that is necessary since sttae funding was cut. My point, what the heck is the difference. How much are we saving and we are laying off needed teachers in the public schools to maintain Mr. Bush's NCLB.
sell the mansion

East Berlin, PA

#2 Jun 6, 2011
Did Corpbutt sell the mansion yet?

BTW, why do we have to buy him and especially his wife an brand new SUV - she wasn't elected. Tell Corpbutt to pay for his and his wife's car from his own damn salary and quit fleecing the taxpayers.
Stewart

Whitehall, PA

#3 Jun 6, 2011
sell the mansion wrote:
Did Corpbutt sell the mansion yet?
BTW, why do we have to buy him and especially his wife an brand new SUV - she wasn't elected. Tell Corpbutt to pay for his and his wife's car from his own damn salary and quit fleecing the taxpayers.
Since many teacher across the state have lost their jobs, Corbutt can "cut" the SUV. I heard him on an interview on Sunday, he is not tooooo sharp!!!!!!!!!! he hesitates alot and never answers the question without asking the questioner another question. Good political strategy but he lacks knowledge. How did a former teacher rise to Atty. General of pa.
Vod Kanockers

Allentown, PA

#4 Jun 6, 2011
Stewart wrote:
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Since many teacher across the state have lost their jobs, Corbutt can "cut" the SUV. I heard him on an interview on Sunday, he is not tooooo sharp!!!!!!!!!! he hesitates alot and never answers the question without asking the questioner another question. Good political strategy but he lacks knowledge. How did a former teacher rise to Atty. General of pa.
We get what we elect. The grass isn't always greener on the other side of the party fence. Career politicians aren't qualified to hold real jobs and most voters aren't qualified to vote.
stop the insanity

Hummelstown, PA

#5 Jun 6, 2011
Corbett still needs to explain to me how sending 41,000 thousands more Pennsylvanians to our hospitals without health insurance or cash to pay the bill is going to lower my private healthcare costs or taxes ?

The man has no clue.
Stewart

Whitehall, PA

#6 Jun 6, 2011
stop the insanity wrote:
Corbett still needs to explain to me how sending 41,000 thousands more Pennsylvanians to our hospitals without health insurance or cash to pay the bill is going to lower my private healthcare costs or taxes ?
The man has no clue.
he was interveed on Sunday with a friendly audience and he stumbled and funbled with his answers. he is clueless.
mustg94

Whitehall, PA

#7 Jun 7, 2011
This bozo needs to be impeached!4 years of this clown and Pa. will end up as a polluted waste land after the gas drilling destroys Pa.
spud

Chicago, IL

#8 Jun 7, 2011
I'll take this guy over Rendell any day. Lets just see if we get our debt under control. He seems to want to confront the problem but he's going to have a hard time politically. I'd rather have him do the right thing than the political thing, even if it adversely affects me. Government and government spending are going to have to get alot smaller. Alot of people may have to give back things that irresponsible politicians have promised. Blame the irresponsible politicians that have run our deficit up.
I see your Corbutt

Bath, PA

#9 Jun 7, 2011
Impeach Corbett....PA's mistake.
mustg94

Allentown, PA

#10 Jun 8, 2011
corbutt the fat turd needs to be impeached!
curry

Anonymous Proxy

#12 Jun 8, 2011
Corbett, suckling at the johnson of the shale drillers while cutting education. I'm surprised he doesn't just say "shut up slaves".
Vod Kanockers

Allentown, PA

#13 Jun 8, 2011
spud wrote:
I'll take this guy over Rendell any day. Lets just see if we get our debt under control. He seems to want to confront the problem but he's going to have a hard time politically. I'd rather have him do the right thing than the political thing, even if it adversely affects me. Government and government spending are going to have to get alot smaller. Alot of people may have to give back things that irresponsible politicians have promised. Blame the irresponsible politicians that have run our deficit up.
" I'd rather have him do the right thing than the political thing." HELLO can you say fracking?
spud

United States

#14 Jun 8, 2011
Vod Kanockers wrote:
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" I'd rather have him do the right thing than the political thing." HELLO can you say fracking?
You might be right in that instance. We'll see. But the jury is already in on that idiot Rendells spending and the result isn't good. Thank God the idiot is gone.

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