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Did Corbett Ever Investigate the Republicans?

Tom Corbett is so partisan that he only went after the Democrats in Bonusgate even though the Republicans were just as guilty.

How can Tom Corbett represent the interests of ALL Pennsylvanians when his investigations as Attorney General only go in one direction, against the Democrats?

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For Republicans Only

Tom Corbett does NOT believe in supporting free speech, our First Amendment right, especially when someone is critical of him.

Tom Corbett disregards our Constitutional rights to suit his own corruption.  We dare not question Corbett.  If Tom Corbett gets elected as Governor of Pennsylvania, will he be a dictator?  Hum…  His ethics as Attorney General is questionable.

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We Are… Penn State

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It is a One Way Street

Tom Corbett only investigates Democrats.  When it comes to investigating corruption in the Republican Party, Tom Corbett cuts and runs.

Pennsylvanians, please don’t elect this corrupt politician as our next Governor.

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Tom Corbetts Tax History

It’s might not be what you think.  Corbett’s only experience with taxes was when he vote to RAISE PROPERTY TAXES.

Tom Corbett says one thing and then does the opposite.

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Tom Corbett Says You Are Lazy

Tom Corbett joined ranks with Sharron Angle and other Republicans in condemning workers that have lost their jobs and are unable to find jobs. The statistics are 1 job for every 6 workers so get in line and hope for the best.

Statement From Jim Burn, Chairman Of The Pennsylvania Democratic Party Regarding Tom Corbett’s Remarks On Unemployed Pennsylvanians

Pittsburgh: Tom Corbett’s insensitive and callous remarks claiming many unemployed Pennsylvanians “are purposefully remaining unemployed in order to collect benefits“, demonstrates how out of touch he is with the working families of our Commonwealth. Since becoming the Republican candidate for Governor, Tom Corbett has continually taken positions that lead on to believe he lives in a different Pennsylvania than the rest of us.

In Tom Corbett’s Pennsylvania there is no need for unemployment benefits because there are plenty of jobs for everyone. In Tom Corbett’s Pennsylvania there is no need for healthcare reform because the current healthcare system is working just fine. In Tom Corbett’s Pennsylvania we don’t need millions of dollars of federal stimulus money because we don’t need jobs and our roads, bridges and schools don’t need improvement. Hanging-out at fundraisers with oil and gas company executives, Wall Street bankers and other wealthy Republican contributors, Tom Corbett sees a different Pennsylvania than the rest of us.

Tom Corbett needs to visit the Pennsylvania we live in and immediately apologize the unemployed workers he insulted with his inconsiderate remarks.

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Pennsylvania’s Republican Candidate for Governor – UPDATE

The Republican candidate for Governor will be filing a frivolous lawsuit against the US Government.  Attorney General Tom Corbett will be joining other Republican AG’s in wasting taxpayers’ money on a frivolous lawsuit.  Republicans support  “torte reform” only until lawsuits benefit them.

Pennsylvania’s budget is stressed and instead of funding education and fighting crime, AG Tom Corbett wants to waste tax dollars filing a lawsuit that does NOT represent the best interest of Pennsylvanians.  This waste of tax payers money could lessen the amount of money available for programs for seniors such as Meals on Wheels.  Can you imagine?  Taking food out of granny’s mouth so that Republicans can sue the Government.

Now a little bit about what AG Tom Corbett wants to hand back to the Insurance companies…

  • Re-instate pre-existing condition exclusions for children in all new plans;
  • Remove immediate access to insurance for uninsured Americans who are uninsured because of a pre-existing condition;
  • Re-allow dropping people from coverage when they get sick in all individual plans;
  • Increase seniors’ prescription drug prices by re-opening the donut hole;
  • Remove tax credits to small businesses for purchasing coverage;
  • Re-establish lifetime limits and re-establish annual limits on benefits in all plans;
  • Remove coverage for an enrollee’s dependent children the age of 18;
  • Re-establish high co-pays for preventive services and immunizations.  Re-establish cost sharing for these services.
  • Remove consumers access to an effective internal and external appeals process to appeal new insurance plan decisions;
  • Prevent premium rebates to enrollees from insurers with high administrative expenditures and prevent public disclosure of the percent of premiums applied to overhead costs.

If AG Tom Corbett wins, then Pennsylvanians lose.   In other words, AG Tom Corbett wants to deny Pennsylvanians these benefits…

  • Prohibit pre-existing condition exclusions for children in all new plans;
  • Provide immediate access to insurance for uninsured Americans who are uninsured because of a pre-existing condition through a temporary high-risk pool;
  • Prohibit dropping people from coverage when they get sick in all individual plans;
  • Lower seniors’ prescription drug prices by beginning to close the donut hole;
  • Offer tax credits to small businesses to purchase coverage;
  • Eliminate lifetime limits and restrictive annual limits on benefits in all plans;
  • Require plans to cover an enrollee’s dependent children until age 26;
  • Require new plans to cover preventive services and immunizations without cost-sharing;
  • Ensure consumers have access to an effective internal and external appeals process to appeal new insurance plan decisions;
  • Require premium rebates to enrollees from insurers with high administrative expenditures and require public disclosure of the percent of premiums applied to overhead costs.

If Attorney General Tom Corbett, who is fully owned by Corporations, Wall Street and the Insurance Companies, wins, then Pennsylvanians lose.

UPDATE:  Tell AG Tom Corbett that he does not represent your views on HCR here