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  • Lois Kaneshiki
    FYI !! -- Lois ... From: Bob Guzzardi [mailto:bobguzzardi@bobguzzardi.com] Bad Budget Vote --- and how to Guarantee It won t happen again1 The
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 5 7:17 AM

    FYI !! -- Lois

     

    -----Original Message-----
    From:
    Bob Guzzardi [mailto:bobguzzardi@...]

     

    Bad Budget Vote --- and how to Guarantee It won’t happen again1

    The Pennsylvania House Budget Vote   June 30 2010

    The Pennsylvania Senate Budget Vote  June 30th                             

    HB 2279

    L Bill Adolph AND Bryan Lentz both voted “yes” for this bad budget bill;

    L Senators Pileggi (the Union Financed1 Majority Floor Leader)  as well as Republican Senators Rafferty, Greenleaf, Erickson and Democratic Senator Dinniman and every other Senate Democratic Senator with one exception.

    ? Senator Daylin Leach was the only Senate Democrat to vote against this Budget.

    L Every House Democratic voted for the Fiscal Madman’s Budget with two exceptions

    J Democratic House Representative Chelsea Wagner and my own Democratic House Member Tim Briggs voted “no”.

    L as did every member of House Republican Leadership: Representatives Sam Smith (Floor Leader), Mike Turzai (Whip), Sandra Major (Caucus Chair), Jerry Stern (Caucus Secretary), Bill Adolph (Appropriations Chair) , Merle H. Philips (Caucus Administrator), Stan Saylor (Policy Committee Chair).

    J Rep. Steven Barrar voted “no” on the bad budget bill as well as being the only southeast House member to vote “no” on faux Pension Reform bill HB 2947

    L Senator Bob Robbins2 voted “yes” to  a Fiscal Madman’s unbalanced, unconstitutional, faux, phony “Budget”  

    A Fiscally Common Sense Budget protecting the Tax Producing workers and small businesses is here

    • This phony budget increased “education spending” which does not seem to educate any student more. For information  on who benefits from increased education spending, please read The True Beneficiaries of Education Subsidies ( hint: it is “for the children”)  and
    •  
    •  
    • Pennsylvania Education Spending  Pennsylvania faces a projected General Fund shortfall of over $1 billion.  Fiscal Madman Gov. Rendell proposed a $29 billion budget for FY 2010-11 that increases taxes, and is demanding a $350 million increase in basic education subsidies to school districts.  K-12 public education spending has skyrocketed in Pennsylvania:
      • Pennsylvania's education spending increased from $4 billion in 1980 to over $25 billion in 2009 - a 133% increase in per-pupil spending, from $6,171 to $14,420 (in 2010 dollars).
      • School construction and debt spending has doubled in just 10 years.  Prevailing wage laws increase the cost of construction by 20% or more; repealing this mandate would save $400 million annually in construction costs.

    1 In my opinion, Right to Work, Coerced Unionism, Prevailing Wage, Project Labor Agreements will be defining issues in November and, as we move forward to 2011 and 2012, these will be Vote Moving Issues. Government Budgets and Spending are driven by the government monopoly unions (mistakenly, called ‘public sector’ despite the fact that they represent their own interests and not that of the public) and their allies in the Building Trade Unions which are, increasingly, dependent on government contracts, or government subsidized “public private” projects. These allies work together to drive up costs of government employees and government employees support expensive, over priced and, frequently, unnecessary projects. For example, Building Trade Unions support Teachers Unions in their never ending quest for “More” ( too much is never enough for these unions) and, in turn, Teachers and the Administrators lobby for more and more building projects. The Result: the job creating, productive sector is squeezed of capital and investment meaning Bigger Government, Fewer Jobs and a Smaller Citizen. Not to mention Bankruptcy for The Forgotten Taxpayer.

    1Constitutional Tea Party Conservative Candidates for General Assembly

    10 House  and 1 Senate Candidate

     

    Below is a list of Pennsylvania State House Candidates and one Senate Candidate who will represent and advocate for the values of Constitutional Tea Party Conservatives and will not only advocate for principles but vote for common sense fiscal restraint as Pennsylvania heads, like the Titanic, toward bankruptcy.

     

    Rob Ciervo               31st   Bucks County

     

    John Lawrence     13th      Chester County

    Dan Truitt                     156th    Chester County

    Warren Kampf             157th    Chester County

     

    Stephen Bloom           199th Cumberland County

     

    Brian Bradley              165th   Delaware County

     

    Justin Simmons             131st    Lehigh County

     

    Dave Huffman               83rd    Lycoming County

     

    Todd Stephens            151st        Montgomery County

    Thomas Bogar             153d         Montgomery County

     

    Joe Emrick                    137th         Northampton County

     

     

    SENATE  

     

    2Roberta Biros    50th Senatorial District Mercer County  Independent Roberta Biros is challenging SpecterRepublicanDemocrat career politician Sen. Bob Robbins. Roberta Biros has led by example on Pension Reform by signing the Pension Declination Pledge. Roberta Biros has completed the Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania Candidate Survey.

     

    I hope all candidates will lead, like Roberta Biros, and decline the pension which is bankrupting Pennsylvania and will complete the CAP survey.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Erik P. Brown
    Eichelberger, No…. Geist, No…. Stern, Yes… Hmmmmmmmmmmmm _____ From: pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com
    Message 2 of 4 , Jul 7 6:31 PM
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      Eichelberger, No…. Geist, No…. Stern, Yes…   Hmmmmmmmmmmmm

       


      From: pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com [mailto: pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Lois Kaneshiki
      Sent: Monday, July 05, 2010 10:17 AM
      To: pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [pennsylvaniateaparties] FW: Roll Call BUDGET Vote June 30 2010 HB 2279 [2 Attachments]

       

       

      FYI !! -- Lois

       

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Bob Guzzardi [mailto:bobguzzardi @bobguzzardi. com]

       

      Bad Budget Vote --- and how to Guarantee It won’t happen again1

      The Pennsylvania House Budget Vote   June 30 2010

      The Pennsylvania Senate Budget Vote  June 30th                             

      HB 2279

      L Bill Adolph AND Bryan Lentz both voted “yes” for this bad budget bill;

      L Senators Pileggi (the Union Financed1 Majority Floor Leader)  as well as Republican Senators Rafferty, Greenleaf, Erickson and Democratic Senator Dinniman and every other Senate Democratic Senator with one exception.

      ? Senator Daylin Leach was the only Senate Democrat to vote against this Budget.

      L Every House Democratic voted for the Fiscal Madman’s Budget with two exceptions

      J Democratic House Representative Chelsea Wagner and my own Democratic House Member Tim Briggs voted “no”.

      L as did every member of House Republican Leadership: Representatives Sam Smith (Floor Leader), Mike Turzai (Whip), Sandra Major (Caucus Chair), Jerry Stern (Caucus Secretary), Bill Adolph (Appropriations Chair) , Merle H. Philips (Caucus Administrator) , Stan Saylor (Policy Committee Chair).

      J Rep. Steven Barrar voted “no” on the bad budget bill as well as being the only southeast House member to vote “no” on faux Pension Reform bill HB 2947

      L Senator Bob Robbins2 voted “yes” to  a Fiscal Madman’s unbalanced, unconstitutional, faux, phony “Budget”  

      A Fiscally Common Sense Budget protecting the Tax Producing workers and small businesses is here

      • This phony budget increased “education spending” which does not seem to educate any student more. For information  on who benefits from increased education spending, please read The True Beneficiaries of Education Subsidies ( hint: it is “for the children”)  and
      •  
      •  
      • Pennsylvania Education Spending  Pennsylvania faces a projected General Fund shortfall of over $1 billion.  Fiscal Madman Gov. Rendell proposed a $29 billion budget for FY 2010-11 that increases taxes, and is demanding a $350 million increase in basic education subsidies to school districts.  K-12 public education spending has skyrocketed in Pennsylvania :
        • Pennsylvania' s education spending increased from $4 billion in 1980 to over $25 billion in 2009 - a 133% increase in per-pupil spending, from $6,171 to $14,420 (in 2010 dollars).
        • School construction and debt spending has doubled in just 10 years.  Prevailing wage laws increase the cost of construction by 20% or more; repealing this mandate would save $400 million annually in construction costs.

      1 In my opinion, Right to Work, Coerced Unionism, Prevailing Wage, Project Labor Agreements will be defining issues in November and, as we move forward to 2011 and 2012, these will be Vote Moving Issues. Government Budgets and Spending are driven by the government monopoly unions (mistakenly, called ‘public sector’ despite the fact that they represent their own interests and not that of the public) and their allies in the Building Trade Unions which are, increasingly, dependent on government contracts, or government subsidized “public private” projects. These allies work together to drive up costs of government employees and government employees support expensive, over priced and, frequently, unnecessary projects. For example, Building Trade Unions support Teachers Unions in their never ending quest for “More” ( too much is never enough for these unions) and, in turn, Teachers and the Administrators lobby for more and more building projects. The Result: the job creating, productive sector is squeezed of capital and investment meaning Bigger Government, Fewer Jobs and a Smaller Citizen. Not to mention Bankruptcy for The Forgotten Taxpayer.

      1Constitutional Tea Party Conservative Candidates for General Assembly

      10 House  and 1 Senate Candidate

       

      Below is a list of Pennsylvania State House Candidates and one Senate Candidate who will represent and advocate for the values of Constitutional Tea Party Conservatives and will not only advocate for principles but vote for common sense fiscal restraint as Pennsylvania heads, like the Titanic, toward bankruptcy.

       

      Rob Ciervo               31st    Bucks County

       

      John Lawrence     13th      Chester County

      Dan Truitt                     156th     Chester County

      Warren Kampf             157th     Chester County

       

      Stephen Bloom           199th Cumberland County

       

      Brian Bradley              165th    Delaware County

       

      Justin Simmons             131st    Lehigh County

       

      Dave Huffman               83rd     Lycoming County

       

      Todd Stephens            151st        Montgomery County

      Thomas Bogar             153d          Montgomery County

       

      Joe Emrick                    137th         Northampton County

       

       

      SENATE  

       

      2Roberta Biros    50th Senatorial District Mercer County  Independent Roberta Biros is challenging SpecterRepublicanDe mocrat career politician Sen. Bob Robbins. Roberta Biros has led by example on Pension Reform by signing the Pension Declination Pledge. Roberta Biros has completed the Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania Candidate Survey.

       

      I hope all candidates will lead, like Roberta Biros, and decline the pension which is bankrupting Pennsylvania and will complete the CAP survey.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

    • Cathy
      I think Eich voted how he truly believes ... Geist voted to do whatever to keep himself in office another term ... and Stern - ? - not sure what happened
      Message 3 of 4 , Jul 8 6:03 AM
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        I think Eich voted how he truly believes ... Geist voted to do whatever to keep himself in office another term ... and Stern - ? - not sure what happened there! Cathy

         
        From: Erik P. Brown <brownfamily07@...>
        Subject: RE: [pennsylvaniateaparties] FW: Roll Call BUDGET Vote June 30 2010 HB 2279
        To: pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Wednesday, July 7, 2010, 9:31 PM

         

        Eichelberger, No…. Geist, No…. Stern, Yes…   Hmmmmmmmmmmmm

         


        From: pennsylvaniateapart ies@yahoogroups. com [mailto: pennsylvaniateapart ies@yahoogroups. com ] On Behalf Of Lois Kaneshiki
        Sent: Monday, July 05, 2010 10:17 AM
        To: pennsylvaniateapart ies@yahoogroups. com
        Subject: [pennsylvaniateapar ties] FW: Roll Call BUDGET Vote June 30 2010 HB 2279 [2 Attachments]

         

         

        FYI !! -- Lois

         

        -----Original Message-----
        From: Bob Guzzardi [mailto:bobguzzardi @bobguzzardi. com]

         

        Bad Budget Vote --- and how to Guarantee It won’t happen again1
        The Pennsylvania Senate Budget Vote  June 30th                             
        L Bill Adolph AND Bryan Lentz both voted “yes” for this bad budget bill;
        L Senators Pileggi (the Union Financed1 Majority Floor Leader)  as well as Republican Senators Rafferty, Greenleaf, Erickson and Democratic Senator Dinniman and every other Senate Democratic Senator with one exception.
        ? Senator Daylin Leach was the only Senate Democrat to vote against this Budget.
        L Every House Democratic voted for the Fiscal Madman’s Budget with two exceptions
        J Democratic House Representative Chelsea Wagner and my own Democratic House Member Tim Briggs voted “no”.
        L as did every member of House Republican Leadership: Representatives Sam Smith (Floor Leader), Mike Turzai (Whip), Sandra Major (Caucus Chair), Jerry Stern (Caucus Secretary), Bill Adolph (Appropriations Chair) , Merle H. Philips (Caucus Administrator) , Stan Saylor (Policy Committee Chair).
        J Rep. Steven Barrar voted “no” on the bad budget bill as well as being the only southeast House member to vote “no” on faux Pension Reform bill HB 2947
        • This phony budget increased “education spending” which does not seem to educate any student more. For information  on who benefits from increased education spending, please read The True Beneficiaries of Education Subsidies ( hint: it is “for the children”)  and
        •  
        •  
        • Pennsylvania Education Spending  Pennsylvania faces a projected General Fund shortfall of over $1 billion.  Fiscal Madman Gov. Rendell proposed a $29 billion budget for FY 2010-11 that increases taxes, and is demanding a $350 million increase in basic education subsidies to school districts.  K-12 public education spending has skyrocketed in Pennsylvania :
          • Pennsylvania' s education spending increased from $4 billion in 1980 to over $25 billion in 2009 - a 133% increase in per-pupil spending, from $6,171 to $14,420 (in 2010 dollars).
          • School construction and debt spending has doubled in just 10 years.  Prevailing wage laws increase the cost of construction by 20% or more; repealing this mandate would save $400 million annually in construction costs.

        1 In my opinion, Right to Work, Coerced Unionism, Prevailing Wage, Project Labor Agreements will be defining issues in November and, as we move forward to 2011 and 2012, these will be Vote Moving Issues. Government Budgets and Spending are driven by the government monopoly unions (mistakenly, called ‘public sector’ despite the fact that they represent their own interests and not that of the public) and their allies in the Building Trade Unions which are, increasingly, dependent on government contracts, or government subsidized “public private” projects. These allies work together to drive up costs of government employees and government employees support expensive, over priced and, frequently, unnecessary projects. For example, Building Trade Unions support Teachers Unions in their never ending quest for “More” ( too much is never enough for these unions) and, in turn, Teachers and the Administrators lobby for more and more building projects. The Result: the job creating, productive sector is squeezed of capital and investment meaning Bigger Government, Fewer Jobs and a Smaller Citizen. Not to mention Bankruptcy for The Forgotten Taxpayer.

        1Constitutional Tea Party Conservative Candidates for General Assembly

        10 House  and 1 Senate Candidate

         

        Below is a list of Pennsylvania State House Candidates and one Senate Candidate who will represent and advocate for the values of Constitutional Tea Party Conservatives and will not only advocate for principles but vote for common sense fiscal restraint as Pennsylvania heads, like the Titanic, toward bankruptcy.

         

        Rob Ciervo               31st    Bucks County

         

        John Lawrence     13th      Chester County

        Dan Truitt                     156th     Chester County

        Warren Kampf             157th     Chester County

         

        Stephen Bloom           199th Cumberland County

         

        Brian Bradley              165th    Delaware County

         

        Justin Simmons             131st    Lehigh County

         

        Dave Huffman               83rd     Lycoming County

         

        Todd Stephens            151st        Montgomery County

        Thomas Bogar             153d          Montgomery County

         

        Joe Emrick                    137th         Northampton County

         

         

        SENATE  

         

        2Roberta Biros    50th Senatorial District Mercer County  Independent Roberta Biros is challenging SpecterRepublicanDe mocrat career politician Sen. Bob Robbins. Roberta Biros has led by example on Pension Reform by signing the Pension Declination Pledge. Roberta Biros has completed the Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania Candidate Survey.

         

        I hope all candidates will lead, like Roberta Biros, and decline the pension which is bankrupting Pennsylvania and will complete the CAP survey.

         

         

         

         

         

         

         
      • Erik P. Brown
        Here’s a W.A.G…. follow the money. _____ From: pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com [mailto:pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Cathy
        Message 4 of 4 , Jul 8 4:48 PM
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          Here’s a W.A.G…. follow the money.

           


          From: pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com [mailto: pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of Cathy
          Sent: Thursday, July 08, 2010 9:03 AM
          To: pennsylvaniateaparties@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: RE: [pennsylvaniateaparties] FW: Roll Call BUDGET Vote June 30 2010 HB 2279

           

           

          I think Eich voted how he truly believes ... Geist voted to do whatever to keep himself in office another term ... and Stern - ? - not sure what happened there! Cathy

           From: Erik P. Brown <brownfamily07@ atlanticbb. net>
          Subject: RE: [pennsylvaniateapar ties] FW: Roll Call BUDGET Vote June 30 2010 HB 2279
          To: pennsylvaniateapart ies@yahoogroups. com
          Date: Wednesday, July 7, 2010, 9:31 PM

           

          Eichelberger, No…. Geist, No…. Stern, Yes…   Hmmmmmmmmmmmm

           


          From: pennsylvaniateapart ies@yahoogroups. com [mailto: pennsylvaniateapart ies@yahoogroups. com ] On Behalf Of Lois Kaneshiki
          Sent: Monday, July 05, 2010 10:17 AM
          To: pennsylvaniateapart ies@yahoogroups. com
          Subject: [pennsylvaniateapar ties] FW: Roll Call BUDGET Vote June 30 2010 HB 2279 [2 Attachments]

           

           

          FYI !! -- Lois

           

          -----Original Message-----
          From: Bob Guzzardi [mailto:bobguzzardi @bobguzzardi. com]

           

          Bad Budget Vote --- and how to Guarantee It won’t happen again1

          The Pennsylvania Senate Budget Vote  June 30th                             

          L Bill Adolph AND Bryan Lentz both voted “yes” for this bad budget bill;

          L Senators Pileggi (the Union Financed1 Majority Floor Leader)  as well as Republican Senators Rafferty, Greenleaf, Erickson and Democratic Senator Dinniman and every other Senate Democratic Senator with one exception.

          ? Senator Daylin Leach was the only Senate Democrat to vote against this Budget.

          L Every House Democratic voted for the Fiscal Madman’s Budget with two exceptions

          J Democratic House Representative Chelsea Wagner and my own Democratic House Member Tim Briggs voted “no”.

          L as did every member of House Republican Leadership: Representatives Sam Smith (Floor Leader), Mike Turzai (Whip), Sandra Major (Caucus Chair), Jerry Stern (Caucus Secretary), Bill Adolph (Appropriations Chair) , Merle H. Philips (Caucus Administrator) , Stan Saylor (Policy Committee Chair).

          J Rep. Steven Barrar voted “no” on the bad budget bill as well as being the only southeast House member to vote “no” on faux Pension Reform bill HB 2947

          • This phony budget increased “education spending” which does not seem to educate any student more. For information  on who benefits from increased education spending, please read The True Beneficiaries of Education Subsidies ( hint: it is “for the children”)  and
          •  
          •  
          • Pennsylvania Education Spending  Pennsylvania faces a projected General Fund shortfall of over $1 billion.  Fiscal Madman Gov. Rendell proposed a $29 billion budget for FY 2010-11 that increases taxes, and is demanding a $350 million increase in basic education subsidies to school districts.  K-12 public education spending has skyrocketed in Pennsylvania :
            • Pennsylvania' s education spending increased from $4 billion in 1980 to over $25 billion in 2009 - a 133% increase in per-pupil spending, from $6,171 to $14,420 (in 2010 dollars).
            • School construction and debt spending has doubled in just 10 years.  Prevailing wage laws increase the cost of construction by 20% or more; repealing this mandate would save $400 million annually in construction costs.

          1 In my opinion, Right to Work, Coerced Unionism, Prevailing Wage, Project Labor Agreements will be defining issues in November and, as we move forward to 2011 and 2012, these will be Vote Moving Issues. Government Budgets and Spending are driven by the government monopoly unions (mistakenly, called ‘public sector’ despite the fact that they represent their own interests and not that of the public) and their allies in the Building Trade Unions which are, increasingly, dependent on government contracts, or government subsidized “public private” projects. These allies work together to drive up costs of government employees and government employees support expensive, over priced and, frequently, unnecessary projects. For example, Building Trade Unions support Teachers Unions in their never ending quest for “More” ( too much is never enough for these unions) and, in turn, Teachers and the Administrators lobby for more and more building projects. The Result: the job creating, productive sector is squeezed of capital and investment meaning Bigger Government, Fewer Jobs and a Smaller Citizen. Not to mention Bankruptcy for The Forgotten Taxpayer.

          1Constitutional Tea Party Conservative Candidates for General Assembly

          10 House  and 1 Senate Candidate

           

          Below is a list of Pennsylvania State House Candidates and one Senate Candidate who will represent and advocate for the values of Constitutional Tea Party Conservatives and will not only advocate for principles but vote for common sense fiscal restraint as Pennsylvania heads, like the Titanic, toward bankruptcy.

           

          Rob Ciervo               31st    Bucks County

           

          John Lawrence     13th      Chester County

          Dan Truitt                     156th     Chester County

          Warren Kampf             157th     Chester County

           

          Stephen Bloom           199th Cumberland County

           

          Brian Bradley              165th    Delaware County

           

          Justin Simmons             131st    Lehigh County

           

          Dave Huffman               83rd     Lycoming County

           

          Todd Stephens            151st        Montgomery County

          Thomas Bogar             153d          Montgomery County

           

          Joe Emrick                    137th         Northampton County

           

           

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