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Re: “Deitch: The arrogance and complacency of Congressional Republicans will be their downfall

One wonders what is up their sleeves if they can ignore their constituents and still expect to survive the next election?

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Posted by Kathy Welch on 03/01/2017 at 8:42 PM

Re: “Deitch: The arrogance and complacency of Congressional Republicans will be their downfall

"Youd think Republicans, especially Rothfus and Toomey, would know better than to go pissing off voters. The pair were among the wave of elected GOP officials who rode into office in 2010"

In case you hadn't noticed, Toomey just won another election 4 months ago. Sorry snowflake, but YOUR extremist views are in the minority.

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Posted by Centrist on 03/01/2017 at 7:59 AM

Re: “Deitch: The arrogance and complacency of Congressional Republicans will be their downfall

Good job Charlie! That punk has flown under the radar for too long in his service to the 1%... The Trib confirmed they wil publish my letter in next few days that deals with Repugnants generally and Rothfus specifically.
Ron

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Posted by Ron Magoc on 02/22/2017 at 6:45 PM

Re: “Pittsburgh Left: It’s a sad day when the U.S. becomes a country that people have to flee

This "newspaper" gets more racist and embarrassingly bad by the week. I hope the author can take a break from virtue signalling and learn what the term "illegal" means.

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Posted by American Citizen on 02/22/2017 at 1:18 PM

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