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Famed Steeler decides to run for PA gov seat.

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  1. bg

    bg Member

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    Lynn Swann had decided to throw his hat into the dance.
    He's a GOP'er, but is he a RINO ? Should be interesting..

    http://www.yahoo.com/s/267108
     
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  2. SJG26

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    Wait and see.............................

    Oh this should put the Dems panties in a knot:

    - need to see Swan's views on many issues, esp. RKBA- hope for the best!
    - the influential voting regions(Pitt, H'burg and Philly) are mainly Dem- and have the higher black populations.
    - if truly Rep, the Dems will demonize him for fear of losing the "traditionally Dem-Black vote"
    - will Black voters vote party line - or support Swan------------

    I hope Fast Eddie is sweating...............................
     
  3. Coronach

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    I fixed the title for you.

    And I agree, I hope he's not a RINO.

    Mike
     
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    Thank you..
     
  5. Vitamin G

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    Well, on the way to work this morning i heard a radio commercial about revitalizing the Pittsburgh area...

    I couldn't remember if i actually HEARD him say you can do that by lowering taxes, or if i was just thinking wishfully...


    Brief history of Pittsburgh recently, for those unfamiliar...

    1) Raise Taxes
    2) Wonder why people leave
    3) Notice loss of overall revenue due to decreased tax base.
    4) Raise Taxes to compensate.
    5) Wonder why people leave
    6) Notice loss of overall revenue due to decreased tax base.
    7) Raise Taxes to compensate.
    8) Build stadiums
     
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