Sometime ago I heard there is an epidemic in the United States that is called lying. So my question is: does everyone from the top on down really have to do everything they can to prove it?
I don't have too many words but I might have too few.
This may seem stupid. But, how many times recently have you heard or said something that isn't true? Or do you know yet?
Why vote for GOP?
It's amazing how the Altoona area, classified as blue collar, always votes against the very interest that affects its living standards.
You vote for the very party that puts your labor at the bottom of its agenda, and you cheer it on. What original bills have Republicans sponsored to benefit the poor, elderly, disadvantaged and labor?
That 47 percent statement by Mitt Romney to the wealthy donors was not a fluke. He was speaking from his heart. We know that. We don't know what Romney stands for. In the Republican debates, he was called a vulture capitalist, ruthlessly bankrupting companies making huge profits. He is good at creating wealth for himself, not creating jobs. Massachusetts ranked 47th when he left.
Romney was for health care, stricter gun control and pro-choice. Now he flips. OK, Democrats are headed to hell; Republicans tickets are punched for heaven. Got it.