Thursday, October 31, 2013

The 10 most terrifying things about the Obama Administration

Tax delinquents by the thousands have security clearances, GAO finds

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NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama job approval sinks to new low

Tea Party Group Urges 'No' Vote on PA Supreme Court Justices

The Independence Hall Tea Party PAC based in Philadelphia is urging Pennsylvania voters to vote 'No' on retention of two Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices seeking new terms on Nov. 5.  Group Urges 'No' Vote on Retention of PA Supreme Court Justices

The reason the group opposes Ron Castille and Max Baer is their failure to implement Voter ID in Pennsylvania. The Voter ID law was passed by both chambers of the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Tom Corbett in 2012, but the Supreme Court put the law on hold for both the 2012 and 2013 election cycles while a lower court hears objections filed by Democrats and the ACLU.

Castille and Baer should face the price for interfering with the will of the people, argues the tea party group.

Here is a press release issued by the group:
The Independence Hall Tea Party PAC is urging a 'No' vote on retention of PA Supreme Court Justices Ron Castille (R) and Max Baer (D) in Tuesday's November 5, 2013 election due to their failure to uphold the Voter ID law enacted by the Pennsylvania Assembly and signed by Governor Tom Corbett (R).

"The Independence Hall Tea Party worked extremely hard to help get Voter ID passed--beginning in November 2010," said PAC President, Don Adams.

"We have contacted over 170 Tea Party and Patriot groups across Pennsylvania to ask that they join us in urging the rejection of Justices Ron Castille  and Max Baer for their role in obstructing the implementation of the Voter ID law in both the 2012 and 2013 Pennsylvania Primary and General Elections," said PAC President, Don Adams.

According to Pennsylvania law, Chief Justice Ron Castille, age 69, is required to retire from the Supreme Court upon his 70th birthday.

"The PAC is urging voters to give both justices an early retirement for thwarting the will of the people and Pennsylvania law by refusing to implement Voter ID.

"Polls consistently show that Pennsylvanians favor Voter ID by overwhelming margins.  A September 2012 Quinnipiac/NY Times/CBS Poll showed that 62% of Pennsylvanians approve the law, while 35% oppose.

Additionally, 99% of those interviewed stated that they possessed a state issued photo identification and 1% did not," said Adams.

"Despite these figures, the PA Supreme Court, with the votes of both Justices Castille and Baer, has seen fit to obstruct Voter ID implementation in four election cycles by twice remanding that a lower court review the law's merit, with specific stipulations of the high court, based on a questionable legal challenge.

"The PA Supreme Court did not even have the courage to rule on the law itself.  Instead, it is hiding behind the rulings of lower court judges.

"This is completely unacceptable behavior and the voters of Pennsylvania will have a chance to say 'No' to the Justices who said 'No' to Voter ID."

"Undoubtedly, Justices Castille and Baer will spend a small fortune on the retention vote.  We will be limited to word of mouth and free social media. 

But since 2013 is a low turnout election year, and voters, in general, are not in a good mood, we hope to prevail.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Read Obama's Lips

Columnist: Obamacare was 'a lie from day one'

Doctors' Group Decries Obamacare 'Incompetence'

Jane M. Orient, M.D., Executive Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, issued the following statement today after HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' testimony before a Congressional committee:
"Secretary Sebelius states that the Affordable Care Act, which can't produce a functional Web site, is going to fix the 'delivery system.' Once people get corralled into Obama-compliant health plans, doctors will be automatically made smarter, more efficient, and less costly. She herself must be Wonder Woman. One day, she says they really needed six years to do the Web site, then she claims it will be fixed in only six weeks!

"Can incompetence really be this gross? Or is the true objective being achieved? Do they really want more uninsured people, more Medicaid dependents, and the wreckage of both private insurance and private medicine?

"Obama’s supporters appear to think that there is no problem with breaking clear promises, like being able to keep your health insurance, if you can just change the meaning to 'you can't keep the insurance you like, but you'll be able to buy something we like for twice the cost.'

"If Obama can rewrite the law as he likes, why stop with delaying the employer mandate and forcing still more people into the individual mandate? Can he go all the way to single payer, all by himself?

"The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) filed suit today to challenge Obama's violation of the constitutional separation of powers by legislating from the White House."

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Obama's Biggest Lie

CNN reports Obama admin failed to ensure contractors could test

Media finally wakes up and notices that if you like your plan, you probably can't keep it

More hot water for Sebelius and the Obamacare crew

Just in time for Halloween: ObamaScare!

Survey: 30% of Adults Get Their News From Facebook

A disturbing trend in the new Pew Survey: 1 in 3 adults is getting their news from social media. That may help explain the Obama presidency and the dregs who currently serve in Congress.

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NBC News: Obama knew millions could not keep their health insurance

Pa.'s largest newspaper endorses Vic Stabile for Superior Court seat

The state's largest newspaper is recommending the election of Republican Vic Stabile for an open seat on the Pennsylvania Superior Court. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5.

Inquirer Editorial: Stabile is superior

Monday, October 28, 2013

Tip of the Obamacare iceberg

NSA spying on foreign leaders: One more thing Obama didn't know about

Welcome to the Sgt. Schultz presidency: I see nothing! I hear nothing! I know nothing!

NSA spying on foreign leaders: One more thing Obama didn't know about | Human Events

'60 Minutes': Yes, America, the Obama Administration lied to you about Benghazi

Saturday, October 26, 2013

What happened to all of Obama's technology czars?

Will Obamacare leave us with more people uninsured?

Deer in headlights or Kathleen Sebelius?

Sen. Rand Paul: No one is above the law — but Congress

Obamacare Website Contractors Revealed

Kathleen Sebelius does not work for you but continues to collect a big check from taxpayers

Democrats and celebrities bail on Obamacare

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Consumer Reports warns people to 'stay away from' Obamacare website

Jon Stewart Delivers Blistering Takedown of Obamacare Rollout

Even Liberals are Gagging on Obamacare

Americans Not in Labor Force Climbs to Another Record: 90.6 Million

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Obamacare Does Not Compute

Where do public school teachers send their own kids?

Shutdown finale is 'a lousy deal for the American people'

Bill O'Reilly: The collapse of Obamacare

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Obamacare Website May Be Hazardous To Your Health

Obamacare meltdown triggers Congressional investigations

Organizers defend pricey conference for Pennsylvania school board members

Friday, October 11, 2013

The Obama Monument

Only 51,000 sign up for insurance through the first week

Anyone got a calculator? Let's figure out what 51,000 out of a potential 30 million uninsured managed to get on Obama's broken website.

For 3 years, we've been hearing Obama and Democrats warn about the 30 million desperate Americans who needed health insurance. So how many people sign up for Obamacare during its first week? A measly 51,000.

What does that say about the Chicken Little Caucus? 

51,000 sign up for insurance through the first week

Pennsylvania Association of Realtors backs school property tax elimination

Obamacare: 1-800-T-O-T-A-L-F-A-I-L

Pa. lawmaker wants maximum speed raised to 70

As a Pennsylvania resident, I wasn't aware there was a pressing need to raise the state's maximum speed limit from 65 mph to 70 mph, but Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati (R-Jefferson) is pushing a bill to do just that.

In reality, most Pennsylvania drivers do at least 70 mph on most of the state's highways, so I'm not sure what the harm would be to raising the speed limit.

Also keep in mind that Scarnati represents one of the most rural legislative districts in Pennsylvania, one that has few police officers patrolling interstate highways, so I'm sure people are already doing a lot more than 70 mph.

On the other hand, is this really the most pressing issue facing Pennsylvania residents or is this another legislator looking for something to keep himself busy with instead of tackling real issues?

Scarnati issued the following statement regarding his proposal to increase the maximum speed limit on Pennsylvania interstate highways and the Pennsylvania Turnpike: 
Today I have circulated a co-sponsorship memo for legislation I intend to introduce which would increase the maximum speed limit on Pennsylvania interstate highways and the Pennsylvania Turnpike from 65 to 70 miles per hour. 

Increasing Pennsylvania’s maximum speed limit on interstate highways and the PA Turnpike will allow for better traffic flow and provide for greater efficiency in the delivery of goods throughout the Commonwealth.  Numerous other states have already taken the step to allow for traveling at a maximum speed of 70 MPH or more. 

Over the last two decades since Pennsylvania’s maximum speed limit was last set, our vehicles have become more technically efficient and safety standards have continued to increase.  As we move forward with this measure a significant component of the legislation will focus on ensuring necessary traffic and engineering studies are completed prior to increasing the speed limit on any stretch of highway.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Obama Job Approval Sinks to 37%

The Associated Press, a left-leaning news organization that no longer pretends to hide its political bias, conducted  one of its periodic polls of President Obama's job approval. The results? Just 37 percent of Americans approve of the job Obama is doing. So how does the AP report Obama's stunning decline in popularity? By burying the news in the eighth paragraph of the story, of course.

That's right. The wire service manages to hide the biggest news in its own poll deep inside the story. You had to wade through seven long paragraphs of superfluous information to get to the real news in the poll. That, my friends, is what is know as liberal media bias.

Check out the poll results for yourself here.

All or Nothing!

Democrats to America: We own the government!

PA Senate Leader: Freeze property taxes for Pa. seniors 65+

College Grad Says Obamacare ‘Has Raped My Future’ In Viral Letter

Somebody just put down the Kool-Aid and came to her senses. Congratulations Ashley Dionne on the wake-up call. Too bad so many "Obama Youth" are still living in fantasyland despite 5 years of failure by Obama.

College Grad Says Obamacare 'Has Raped My Future' In Viral Letter « CBS DC

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

So much for global warming

Take a hike war heroes, we've got an immigration rally to hold

Pennsylvanians slow to feel economic recovery, poll finds

Pennsylvania ranks high in prescription drug abuse

It's not just street drugs that are killing people. The ones doctors prescribe are just as deadly. A new report ranks Pennsylvania 14th in the nation in prescription drug abuse. Prescription drug overdoses are up nearly 90 percent in Pennsylvania since 1999.

Read the full report at the link below:

Prescription Drug Abuse: Strategies to Stop the Epidemic - Trust for America's Health

Friday, October 4, 2013

Obamacare Victim

IRS targets Dr. Ben Carson after he criticizes Obama

Thorns to PA AG Kathleen Kane for nepotism in her office

From the editorial page of The Pottstown Mercury:
THORNS to state Attorney General Kathleen Kane for another example of nepotism in her office, this time involving her cousin as an executive assistant being paid $56,665 a year. Brad Bumsted of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported that Kane hired her cousin Colleen Tighe as executive assistant. A deputy said she was the most qualified for the job. In August, Kane’s office confirmed that her identical twin received a 19.65 percent pay raise in April to head the office’s Child Protection Unit. Ellen Granahan worked in the office before Kane arrived, under former Attorneys General Linda Kelly and Gov. Tom Corbett, who hired her. Hiring relatives is nothing new in government, but it troubles us nonetheless.

Report: Pennsylvanians to see Insurance Premiums Skyrocket under Obamacare

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

The Inflexible Harry Reid

Pa. tax revenues for Sept. better than expected

Pennsylvania Revenue Department Releases September 2013 Collections (via PR Newswire)

HARRISBURG, Pa., Oct. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania collected $2.4 billion in General Fund revenue in September, which was $15.2 million, or 0.6 percent, more than anticipated, Secretary of Revenue Daniel Meuser reported today. Fiscal…
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