Commentary: Ye olde soliloquy from To...

Commentary: Ye olde soliloquy from Tom Corbett belies any vision of state's future

There are 2 comments on the PennLive.com story from Mar 10, 2011, titled Commentary: Ye olde soliloquy from Tom Corbett belies any vision of state's future. In it, PennLive.com reports that:

The brave new world of fiscal conservatism has dawned in Pennsylvania. And lo and behold, it sounds a lot like 1950s America, with a little Faulkner, Wordsworth and Shakespeare tossed in for that truly archaic touch.

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American worker

Mercersburg, PA

#1 Mar 10, 2011
1950s? No, it's the 1920s and people are finally waking up to the realization that Republicans have been giving us a Corporate con job for 30 years.

Do you want Wall Street to run your life?
Dave

Warren Center, PA

#2 Mar 12, 2011
Actually,people have had enough of socialist democraps trying to run thier lives,spending like there's no tomorrow.Also,people are fed-up supporting leeches that think people work to support them.

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