Emberdink Humberdittle | Pittsburgh City Paper

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    Emberdink Humberdittle on 08/20/2016 at 8:35 AM
    Again, in many states, disclosure of such information as Ms. Kaine disclosed, would have been LEGAL. She would have been doing her job in disclosing the email correspondence that occurred on our dime when the email contained bigoted joking, etc. and was email from a judge. Isn't that really why she's been sh**-canned? Come on. This was a good-ole-boy witch-hunt. Ms. Kaine got her law license revoked because of disclosure of stuff by a judge who should step down. Why isn't the judge whose emails were inappropriate, offensive, and obviously prejudiced, undergoing judicial review.
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    Emberdink Humberdittle on 08/20/2016 at 8:22 AM
    The Repubiican Senator who was convicted of several felonies and sentenced to ten years in jail is already out of jail. Jane Orey. Why don't you know the names of these people?!? Don't you have Google? By the way, Senator Jane Orey's sister - a JUDGE - was also guilty of several felonies. I still really would like to know why the former Governor, who was also a State Attorney for many years, got away with sitting on his hands on the Sandusky matter. Why isn't there any outrage over THAT. Sandusky contributed to Tom Corbett's campaign, and for years sexually abused young boys who were poor. Why no pursuit of that matter. And yet you're saying "Shame on her" for a woman who disclosed information information that should have been open to the public in the first place. In other states, there are laws that prohibit concealment of such information. Why do you have a radio show when you are not intellectually curious about what's going on in your state? Why aren't you talking about Tom Corbett.
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    Emberdink Humberdittle on 08/20/2016 at 8:13 AM
    And yet nothing was done about Tom Corbett's relationship with Sandusky. Care to explain that one?
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    Emberdink Humberdittle on 10/21/2013 at 2:25 PM
    Republicans like our current governor certainly love their expensive fences, don't they. Please vote these inept idiots out of office. The sooner the better. They also want to build a fence along the Mexican-US border at a cost of millions for each mile, while they cut off "entitlements" like shelter, food, medical care. Republicans in control at any level means rampant spending on inflated salaries, building fences, sweetheart deals, lining their own pockets, and destroying lives.
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    Emberdink Humberdittle on 10/21/2013 at 2:24 PM
    Corbett, what kind of fence have you constructed to shield yourself from the obvious fact that you were sitting on the Sandusky case for years. Disgusting. Now he wants to spend $240,000 building fences which will be thwarted hopefully with $20 wire-cutters to deconstruct their barricades. SPEND THE MONEY ON BUILDING SHELTERS AND PROVIDING HELP FOR THE HELPLESS YOU DISGUSTING VENAL THUGS.
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    Emberdink Humberdittle on 06/16/2012 at 2:42 PM
    I love how this GOP base demonizes schools and an entire vocation. All they accomplish in doing this is demonstrating just how they advocate ignorance while Jane Doe down there tries to refer to everyone else as stupid. Sure, Jane. Everyone but you and your lovely GOP base.

    Who are this day going absolutely apesh** over President Obama's recent decision to not deport young people who study in our schools, who play in our neighborhoods, who pledge allegience to our flag every day and have lived here most of their lives.

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    Emberdink Humberdittle on 06/16/2012 at 2:34 PM
    I do believe I've had it with the Republicans - especially CORBETT who is sudh a corrupt venal overpaid fraud.